Crosstex Crams OVER 200,000 BARRELS of Butane into Well #1

We thought we’d look to see if Crosstex has has an update lately.

Has it ever! This update from April 27 shows they have a huge amount of butane now in the cavern near (soon-to-be-stable) Lake FUBAR! We guess they are handing out e-cigarettes to workers!





 MORE on Crosstex’s butane caverns 1 & 2.


Same Deal – A Slew of Central America Big Quakes and a New Madrid Area Quake

  • 4.3 quake Jordan,  Santander, Colombia
  • 4.4 quake Zapatoca, Santander, Colombia
  • 4.5 quake Acajutla, Sonsonate, El Salvador
  • 4.5 quake Acajutla, Sonsonate, El Salvador < a few minutes later
  • 4.6 quake El Angel, Carchi, Ecuador
  • 4.8 quake San Gabriel, Provincia del Carchi, Ecuador
  • 5.0 quake Punta de Burica, Provincia de Chiriqui, Panama
  • plus various smaller quakes around Peru and Chile has been going off like a jackhammer



2.0 quake Pinhook, Missouri < MAP

Something like this happened Saturday.

Thanks to Jec for news tip – 😉


Louisiana is mostly missing the bad rains hitting Florida today. The river stages map shows minor flooding around New Orleans and more to the east. There is rain but not a deluge in Assumption Parish according to the weather report.

Lake Fubar Grumbles Overnight + Tues. Yellowstone News

LA 18 shows a constant grumbling at Lake FUBAR starting about 11 p.m. Monday night and all night long –


LA12 showed it too. You can see it on LA19 and LA17-01 even though they are  set on micro-settings.

They turned off the seismic monitors at Yellowstone. We have other updates too on the Yellowstone news page.


A good view of all of them at a glance from Quake Watch.



This is the chart page they are looking at.


Weekend News & Monday WIPP News


This 5.0 quake in Guatemala may show on the helicorders.   It was at 10:30 a.m. Louisiana time.


2.2 quake at Fiftysix, Arkansas


Explosion at Georgia-Pacific plant in Corrigan, Texas – cause unknown


MAX ALERT! “GREEN BURST” At WIPP Electrical Substation Triggered By Deadly Radioactive Americium Cloud

What’s Going On With These Huge Earthquakes?

Victory for Save Lake Peigneur & LEAN!

Good News!

The Advocate reports On a 4-2 vote, the state Senate Committee on Natural Resources advanced legislation invoking a moratorium on new energy-related activities near the lake that famously drained in 1980.

Thanks to ALL who wrote, called, e-mailed and went to the committee hearings…. especially to LEAN and Save Lake Peigneur‘s Herculean efforts to stop the ruin of Lake Peigneur and the aquifer. A rum punch is in order!

Could Floor Heave at WIPP Happen at Bayou Corne?

Did it already happen?

Item – ENE-News article  “Heaving of bottom” may have taken place below broken bolts”

A comment to the article is relevant to Bayou Corne –

“the salt, though like rock, is fluid. The rate of creep is slow but has a high variability to it. The salt is compressed from the weight above, and this pressure is manifested in all directions, sort of like when you pressurize water. So when you hollow it out, there is tremendous pressure, like a truck pressing in on each square inch. This enormous pressure slowly fills the void from all directions.

Imagine that there is the gas/atmosphere that also gets pressurized and would surely be escaping through the smallest egress. Explosive gas at high pressure…this is one reason they back fill and plug with concrete as they go.

The reason there are salt dome formations is because the salt is less dense compared to surrounding rock and it slowly “floats” toward the surface in balloon like shapes. This would eventually…eons… bring the waste with it to the surface, if it could burst through cap rock and whatever.”

Salt mine floor heave info.

ALSO – Nuke Pro has a good summary of the situation in New Mexico – WIPP A Nuclear Disaster In 2014 In New Mexico and How to Understand It