THINGS FALL APART… Overnight Sun.-Mon.

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LA17_Oct20pmTHEY ARE ALL GOIN’ NUTS!!

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THE NEW MONITOR LOCATIONS:

1013monitorsKeith M. sent in this tip – 😉

What’s LA 17 near?

Giant hard to read map “Exhibit A” (from this DNR page), the list of what these labels mean. And what is that one, NSDMW018,  (probably a Shaw geo-probe well) doing so far out to the west in Pierre Part? Way off the reservation.

ExhibitA_4  .   ExhibitA_5

   0h, . . . . ENRON!

7 A.M. UPDATE
LA17-02 GETS EVEN WORSE!

Gulf Ecosystem in Crisis Three Years After BP Spill

New Orleans – Hundreds of kilograms of oily debris on beaches, declining seafood catches, and other troubling signs point towards an ecosystem in crisis in the wake of BP’s 2010 oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico.

“It’s disturbing what we’re seeing,” Louisiana Oyster Task Force member Brad Robin told Al Jazeera. “We don’t have any more baby crabs, which is a bad sign. We’re seeing things we’ve never seen before.”

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24 thoughts on “THINGS FALL APART… Overnight Sun.-Mon.

  1. 17-02 is just having a breakdown, as in full on nervous breakdown, think I would have one too if I were in its position.

  2. MORE ON ENRON at NAPOLEONVILLE:
    http://www.secinfo.com/d274k.ba.2.htm
    Enron Storage Company (Delaware)
    Napoleonville Storage Company Limited Partnership (Texas)
    (1%)

    http://www.ogj.com/articles/print/volume-91/issue-22/in-this-issue/general-interest/industry-briefs.html
    05/31/1993
    GAS STORAGE ENRON STORAGE CO., a unit of Enron Corp., expects by Dec. 1 to complete a project allowing it to begin offering 4 bcf of working gas capacity at Napoleonville storage site in Assumption Parish, La. Plans include installing 5,200 hp of compression at two salt caverns to withdraw as much as 400 MMcfd or inject 200 MMcfd. Enron by 1998 expects to add 7 bcf of working gas capacity with a third Napoleonville storage cavern capable of withdrawing 600 MMcfd or injecting 300 MMcfd.

    http://dnr.louisiana.gov/assets/OC/BC_All_Updates/12.Napoleonville.Subreport.pdf
    Enron used to own Brodgeline and Crosstex. They own Enron Storage Well Monument 4

    • I only found it on that map from the newish subsidence page from DNR… and they put all the print hard to rerad so I thought they were hiding something.

      Look at this:
      Here’s what PROMIX does –
      Promix NGL Fractionation facility. The Company operates and has a 33.3% interest in Promix which owns a 145 MBPD NGL fractionation facility located near Napoleonville, Louisiana. The Promix assets include a 315-mile mixed NGL gathering system connected to nine gas processing plants, five salt dome storage wells which handle mixed NGLs, propane, isobutane, normal butane and natural gasoline and a barge loading facility. Promix receives mixed NGLs from gas processing plants located in southern Louisiana.

      . . . The Company owns a 33.3% interest in Tri-States which owns a 169-mile NGL pipeline that extends from Mobil Bay, Alabama to near Kenner, Louisiana. Tri-States is a joint venture with BP, Duke Energy, Koch and Williams with Williams acting as operator of the assets. – The Company operates and owns a 41.7% interest in Belle Rose which owns a 48-mile NGL pipeline that extends from near Kenner, Louisiana to the Promix NGL fractionation facility in Napoleonville, Louisiana. Belle Rose is a joint venture with Gulf Coast NGL Pipeline and Koch. – The Company owns a 37.4% interest in Wilprise which owns a 30-mile NGL pipeline that extends from near Kenner, Louisiana to Sorrento, Louisiana. Wilprise is a joint venture with Williams and BP with Williams acting as operator of the assets.

      http://www.getfilings.com/o0001102995-01-000007.html

  3. Enron left when it fell to pieces, yet their monuments for subsidence usage continues. Remember everything to do with subsidence surveys, are not the same as the owners and wells, most abandoned or old wells. There are no geoprobes in Pierre Part, but there should sure as hell be vent wells there though. Just as much gas under them as it is in Bayou Corne.

    Please, let’s not mix apples and oranges…

      • It looked important to me as all along Texas Brine and APPJ etc. have said the bubbling and subsidence is all happening at Lake FUBAR and not far beyond. But if you walked to Pierre Part it looks like 2 or more miles away….

    • Also, looking at the geoprobes, there is work ongoing at the western dogleg Pad and the new western road, (Morse, Morris Rd.) Also, they are still doing a workover on Oxy 2, every since the pump failed there.

      The big story here is that the new Crosstex pipeline re-route was completely screwed up, and has to be done all over again from scratch. The pipeline welds were not heat treated… Oooops, Investors will be pissed…

    • Oh…., aren’t they cozy though? Enron’s Director of Investor Relations, Paula Rieker’s husband Jim is president of Glickenhaus Energy, owned by Seth Glickenhaus, who also owned Countrywide Mortgage, very responsible for the subprime mess, which was bought out by BOA. They are all in this energy/power stuff together. Seth Glickenhaus was and maybe still is, one of the biggest players on Wall Street. Speaking of Enron…

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  5. Another name on the distribution list on subsidence report UNION CARBIDE!!
    I see that you have already spotted them in previous posts but its a name I haven’t heard since the mid 80’s. I don’t think they trade under that name outside of the US anymore.

    • As Freedomrox points out some of these caverns have changed hands over the years. When you see the old info here talking about Union Carbide the switcheroo is straightened out in the comments.

      They are all jackals feeding off the dead Gulf coast!

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