Lake FUBAR is very active starting at 6:31 a.m. (Sat.)
It shows well on LA12 but is on all of the helicorders.
It seems to be from this giant 6.4 quake way over in the Indian Ocean that happened at 6 a.m. CST (11 a.m. UTC). So if these far away quakes cause such massive sloshing at Lake FUBAR on top of the local quakes they cause themselves … how can Texas Brine claim everything’s settling down??
[snip] . . . . “I spoke to people who are throwing up as I was talking to them. We have a health emergency on our hands, and yet the Department of Environmental Quality, (Department of Health and Hospitals), is asleep at the wheel,” Louisiana Bucket Brigade Executive Director Anne Rolfes said.
Miami Herald – Oil’s thirst for water
By ERNEST HERNDON – Enterprise-Journal
MCCOMB, Miss. — It takes between 6 million and 11 million gallons of water to frack an oil well in the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale formation of southwest Mississippi and central Louisiana.
Some two dozen wells have been fracked in Amite and Wilkinson counties since 2007, when TMS drilling got underway.
Oilfield watchers say those numbers could swell into the hundreds over the next few years and into the thousands beyond that.
Where will all the water come from? (more)
Interesting info on the Yellowstone blog about drilling just posted.