Friday News – Big Explosion in MO, 12 Salt Caverns at Risk Near Lake FUBAR

MO – Pipeline blast lights up Pettis County sky
HUGHESVILLE (AP) — A 30-inch natural gas pipeline ruptured in a rural area in western Missouri, causing an explosion and fire that could be seen for several miles. No injuries were reported, authorities said today. . . .

12 more salt caverns with thin walls discovered near La. sinkhole

BATON ROUGE, La. | At least 12 salt-dome caverns in Louisiana are as close to the edge of their supporting underground formations as the one that collapsed last year and caused a huge sinkhole in Assumption Parish. . . .

(11-25) Data show 12 other Louisiana salt caverns with thin walls

That TV Show on Bayou Corne is on TONIGHT!
Tune in Tonight!  TV, LPB – “Louisiana, The State We’re In”
7pm on LPB

LEAN comments in response to proposed rules for
Hydrocarbon Storage Wells in Salt Dome Cavities
and Class III Solution Mining Injection Wells .

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7 thoughts on “Friday News – Big Explosion in MO, 12 Salt Caverns at Risk Near Lake FUBAR

  1. Wonder WHAT insurance coverage THOSE companies have. If they can not cover the cost of a disaster similar to Bayou Corne’s sinkhole via insurance and funds.they should NOT operate. Bet they are all Limited Liabilty Companies..LLCs, State of LA should not allow LLCs to operate drilling or activities which can cause significant financial hardship for the public affected by their errors, problems with engineering..or such. Forget allowing any LLC to perform activities which can have adverse impacts unless they have coverage with insurance! Let the insurance company figure out who is safe to insure. If too expensive for insurance coverage..why may the local property owners and the public PAY for this damage. OR make homeowners insurance cover the cost of the LLC damages–that would stop everything…!!

    • the big eye-opener on that was the West, Texas blow up. Louisiana and Texas have rotten liability laws.
      But homeowners in Louisiana should already be aware of these rotten laws and the vice-grip oil and chem industries have there on law makers.

      Anyone buying a home or retirement home near a cavern of any kind should be sure it is a MOBILE home or a house boat that can be MOVED!
      Rotten to the core place for hapless home owners who have the LEAST rights under state laws.

  2. This area remains the path of least resistance. Do not forget the Aug. 2010 oil blowout – Assumption Parish. The incredible energy from the Macondo Well disaster had to go…well, somewhere.

  3. Amazing, I will reblog this. My first thought is shifting land due to the amount of sinkhole activity we are finding in southern Missouri. I have been blogging about this myself. There are many gas lines that cross the New Madrid fault in this area and other areas.

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  5. Just sent an email to Nanometrics asking why the different microvolt settings on the helicorders they maintain for the U of M. I hope there is an engineering reason. for the 20,000 mv, 666.xx mv, 10,000 mv, and 500 mv settings. They vary so very much, with the 20K mv graph almost being flat!

    Thank you for contacting us. This is an automated response confirming the receipt of your ticket. One of our agents will get back to you as soon as possible. For your records, the details of the ticket are listed below. When replying, please make sure that the ticket ID is kept in the subject line to ensure that your replies are tracked appropriately.

    Ticket ID: DIW-452-27583
    Subject: MicroVolt Settings on the Bayou Corne Helicorders
    Department: Network Monitoring
    Type: Issue
    Status: New
    Priority: High

    You can check the status of or reply to this ticket online at: http://support.nanometrics.ca/index.php?/default_import/Tickets/Ticket/View/DIW-452-27583

    Kind regards,

    • oh, I’ve been tricked into registering with them before.
      They just issue ticket numbers and they NEVER get back to you.
      Never, never, never.
      They have contempt for the public.
      USGS just blows you off if you complain about naometrics.

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