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Vinton Dome Field

21 November 2015

In the 1800s and four miles south of the town of Vinton Louisiana, Salt domes were virtually unknown until the Spindletop Hill well near Beaumont, Texas in 1900 which was completed in 1901 at around a 1000 foot depth, the drill hit a pressurized oil reservoir which blew the drilling tools out of the well and showered the surrounding land with crude. 1,020 more words

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Mahoning County Engineer's Office preparing for winter weather

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Mahoning County’s Engineer said he hopes that his crews are prepared for the winter ahead, and at a much lower price. 76 more words


Gas Storage (Part II): Salty!

Normally there is time spacing between part I and part II of the article in a normal blogs or websites. But like I said before (didn’t I?) tomorrow is the exam of gas storage subject and I have to ensure my learning quality by writing it down on this blog. 753 more words

Oil And Gas Supply Chain

Bayou Corne Sinkhole: An Update on the Louisiana Enviornmental Disaster

Submitted by Charlton Stanley, Guest Blogger

I wrote about the Bayou Corne sinkhole in Assumption Parish, Louisiana last September.  This update is to fill our readers in on the latest developments in this ongoing environmental—and human—disaster. 673 more words


Bayou Corne Sinkhole: A Growing Enviornmental Disaster in Louisiana

Submitted by Charlton Stanley (aka Otteray Scribe), Guest Blogger

There are gigantic salt deposits under the state of Louisiana. Geologists tell us the salt dome under Assumption Parish is about the same size as Mt. 1,165 more words


The great Assumption Parish sinkhole

My favorite Facebook page, I Fucking Love Science, Just mentioned this incomprehensible tragedy that’s occurred in Assumption Parish, LA, and linked to a weather channel article about it. 203 more words