LEAN Posts Photos of Enviro Mess from Hurricane Ida

Hurricane Ida Aftermath, Photographs Show Compounded Environmental Hazards









Genetically Modified Gulf of Mexico

Now that it looks like this pandemic is a man-made bio-weapon disaster or outright war, let’s revisit the gene “therapy” injected into the Gulf of Mexico

Our previous articles

  • Interview – The Gulf Blue Plague with Michael Edward
  • “Once the person who reads everything presented here connects all the dots of the picture, it will be more than obvious that BP has tried to fool Mother Nature… and she’s retaliating with a vengeance that is affecting the entire world. “



    You can find lots more searching for the term “blue plague”. – FC





    Louisiana: Important Legislation is being considered in tomorrow’s Senate Committee on Environmental Quality. Tomorrow, April 27

    From LEAN –

    Important Legislation is being considered in tomorrow’s Senate Committee on Environmental Quality. Tomorrow, April 27, 2021 at 10:00am, the Senate Committee will consider SB2 by Senator Fields and SB44 by Senator Peterson. Both of these bills intend to better protect Louisiana communities.
    SB2 by Senator Fields – Requires air monitoring systems in certain permitted facilities
    SB44 by Senator Peterson and Representative Landry – Provides for reporting and notification of releases of certain materials that cause an emergency condition.
    Please reach out to the Senate Committee of Environmental Quality to let them know you support these bills and their efforts to better protect Louisiana residents! Click on the names below for contact information, including email.
    Senate Environmental Quality Committee Members

    Lambert, Eddie J. Chairman District   18 R
    Pope, J. Rogers Vice Chair District   13 R
    Connick, Patrick Member District   8 R
    Hensgens, Bob Member District   26 R
    Hewitt, Sharon Member District   1 R
    Peterson, Karen Carter Member District   5 D
    Price, Edward J. Member District   2 D
    Cathey, Stewart, Jr. Ex Officio District   33 R
    Senate Committee Contact:






    Important message from LEAN on post Hurricane Laura pollution issues

    “Aerial photographs from last week, taken by Julie Dermansky for LEAN, show widespread damage, tank failures and the presence of sheens covering waterbodies throughout the area. Flooding and extreme winds caused by Hurricane Laura create the potential for a variety of hazardous substances to be leaked, spilled, and/or washed into the surrounding environment. Residents working to rebuild and recover should be aware of this potential contamination and take appropriate precautions to protect their health and property. “

    PHOTOS: Hurricane Laura Aftermath 9/2/20Aerial photographs of the Lake Charles and Cameron area following Hurricane


    EPA – Hurricane Laura Management Report – August 29, 2020 #6 [PDF]




    The Great American Shale Oil & Gas Massacre: Bankruptcies, Defaulted Debts, Worthless Shares, Collapsed Prices of Oil & Gas | Wolf Street

    Of interest to Louisiana –

    AGR Daily News

    The Great American Oil Bust started in mid-2014, when the price of crude-oil benchmark WTI began its long decline from over $100 a barrel to, briefly, minus -$37 a barrel in April 2020. Bankruptcies of US companies in the oil and gas sector started piling up in 2015. In 2016, the total amount of debt listed in these filings hit $82 billion. Bankruptcy filings continued, with smaller dollar amounts of debt involved. In 2019, the shakeout got rougher.

    And this year promises to be a banner year, as larger oil-and-gas companies with billions of dollars in debt collapsed, after having wobbled through the prior years of the oil bust.

    The 44 bankruptcy filings in the first half of 2020 among US exploration and production companies (E&P), oilfield services companies (OFS), and “midstream” companies (gather, transport, process, and store oil and natural gas) involved $55 billion in debts, according to data…

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    On the big oil price drop 📉- discussion with oil geologist and industry analyst, Art Berman + Mich. Flooding News (in comments)

    Bad news may loom as he explains – oil wells cannot be turned off then on as simply as a light switch –

    James Howard Kunstler Chatting with Art Berman about Trouble in the Oil Patch


    🎙 Audio file  

    NEWS – in Comments – Mich. flooding, dam breaks sending DOW chemical pollution downriver