LA14 is especially jittery just after 2 a.m..
It calmed down a lot at 4:30 a.m. …
Second verse same as the first. Lots of crazy activity on LA11.
Large fluid movement at LA10-03 around 9 a.m. Sunday. It lasted over a half hour.
The Irish Examiner – Welcome to the town that is falling into the earth
“If . . . . . it breaks through a modest earthen barrier, it will poison the waters of Bayou Corne, forever spoiling these verdant banks. Once a rural paradise, Bayou Corne could become a ghost town as a result of a man-made ulcer whose depths defy understanding.”
. . . . “So shoddy has oversight been that state officials don’t even know how much money the energy companies owe, its auditing so lackadaisical that last year it collected just $40,729 in severance taxes (paid for the extraction of resources like oil and gas).”
(Jan. 22) Waste well not likely to create sinkhole
HOUMA, La. (KNOE 8 News/AP) – Officials say residents close to the proposed Vanguard Environmental wastewater well in Houma should not fear it will eventually become a sinkhole like the 24-acre one in Assumption Parish.
Two weeks ago, the state Supreme Court rejected Terrebonne Parish’s appeal of a lawsuit that would have stopped Vanguard from drilling. . . .