This is at a gas well near me in the LBJ National Grasslands. It looks like something Mrs. Burns might video on Rancho los Malulos.
You might have seen me post about Aruba Petroleum previously. Most recently I posted about their appearance on WFAA on the 10:00PM News where they claimed to be a “good neighbor.”
Aruba Petroleum Abuses Make the News
They hired a new PR firm recently. Those folks are sure going to earn their money.
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How often does Aruba do a visual check of their operations?
They told the landowner they didn't have to inspect their wells. I guess they like being on YouTube.
I'm picking up on a theme.
They don't have to do anything.
So if they do anything that must mean they're a good neighbor.
Maybe "We don't have to do anything" should be their new slogan. It would be more truthful and "good neighbor" isn't working too well for them.
Hahaha! I laughed out loud.
I've got an even better slogan:
WE SUCK !!!
Now, that's truthful.
Malulo Numero Uno says
It's me – Mrs. Burns
I can't really tell what that is – is it part of a salt water disposal system – certainly some kind of gas leak going on. Some fly by night operators (and XOM does this also) they seperate the gas and liquids, salt water, oil at remote sites and then throw it all back together and sep again later. Usually just because they are cheap and don't want to have more than one pipeline.
Hey Mrs. Burns! You've been one busy lady! Are you using that spatula to do any Christmas baking?
We don't know what that yuck is. It could be condensate or produced water. I've pretty sure we will soon find out though.
that is a compressor skid with a dryer line, the fluid you see is compressor oil in the containment skid
So its compressor oil running down the side and into the soil? Corrosive enough to eat through metal? What's in that compressor oil?
And I guess that stuff bubbling up through that "compressor oil" is air bubbles???