Last year there was a blowout in Assumption Parish, Louisiana (news video)
Now the bayou is bubbling with gas. (news video) (link fixed)
If anyone has information on bubbling locations or about a potential origin of the gas, please contact the Assumption Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness at (985) 369-7386.
Connect the dots people!
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kim Feil says
both are the same links of the past oil well blow out..the recent bubbling in the swamp link is http://www.wafb.com/story/18910913/assumption-parish-mysterious-bubbles-in-bayou
Chip Northrup says
If there is sufficient surface water for gas migration to appear, it will appear sooner or later, because horizontal shale wells are world champs at mobilizing biogenic and thermogenic methane into groundwater – bayous and streams included . . . now you can have your crawfish flambe in situ
kim Feil says
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M9SEBpVJRwU&feature=share At 54:45 minutes into the video, Subra explains the bubbling in the Assumption Parish swamp.