At 1:37 a.m. there was fluid movement at Lake FUBAR. It shows on LA12‘s monitor.
We are watching the storm in the gulf. NOAA:
Shower and thunderstorm activity associated with a weak low
pressure area located over the northwestern Gulf of Mexico has
increased during the past few hours. Some additional development is
possible before the system moves inland over southern Texas and
northern Mexico on Thursday.
[ updates will be in the RSS feed on the sidebar ]
FLUID MOVEMENT AGAIN at 3:45 a.m. . Later some sloshing at LA10 – might be from this this 5.2 Guatemala earthquake.
Aug. 23 – Geologists’ convention to draw 1,000 to Cajundome [Lafayette]
“Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in several one-day courses on topics ranging from reservoir fluid analysis, to advanced techniques for interpreting seismic data. There will also be field trips to locales including the Wax Lake Delta and the recently formed and expanding sinkhole at Bayou Corne, as well as a chance to see how Lafayette’s population growth is impacting policies related to local land and water use. Short courses and field trips will take place the weekend before the convention, and all are led by recognized experts from academia and the petroleum and environmental industries.”
TRIP #3: The Use of Louisiana Salt Domes and Associated Geological Difficulties — Exploration, Production, and Storage
St. John Parish – Deadly, brain-eating amoeba found in Louisiana water system
Utah – Magnum Awards Boart Longyear Drilling Contract for Natural Gas Liquids Storage Project
BoartLongyear, the world’s leading integrated exploration drilling services, equipment and performance tooling provider, has been awarded a contract on August 1, 2014 for drilling services at the Magnum NGLs (Natural Gas Liquids) Storage Projectat central Utah’s Western Energy Hub.
Magnumis building the first underground salt cavern NGLs storage facility in the Rocky Mountain region at the site, located 10 miles north of Delta.Development will include the construction of solution-mined storage caverns in a salt domeapproximately 3,000 feet below the natural surface.Initially, thefacility will featuretwo caverns each capable of storing between 1 and 2 million barrels (mmbbl) of natural gas liquids (NGLs) such as propane and butane. . . .
ICELAND UPDATES: SEE NEXT POST + COMMENTS