Posted by: Chuck | July 10, 2013

Natural gas leak off the Louisiana coast

Not sure yet if it's a plane crash, gas leak, ...

Not sure yet if it’s a plane crash, gas leak, or something else… following the news now. 7:17PM: FAA says its not an airplane as far as they know. Dozens of homes on fire. 7:22PM: PG&E confirms San Bruno fire caused by natural gas line number 132. 7:41PM: Fires are starting to go down. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Hello friends, welcome from the Big House. Days feel like weeks, weeks like months, and in these many months felt like an unending eternity of destitution. And the most frustrating part was no matter how much I try, I just can not seem to make any progress. Courage does always roar, sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, I will try again tomorrow.If you work hard, give it time, and do not give up, things will always get better. Oftentimes our dreams lie in wait just a little further upstream… all we need is the courage to push beyond the river. Happiness is not getting what we want, but being satisfied with what we have. The way to be happy is to be grateful even with the smallest blessings we receive. God bless.

Natural gas leaked Tuesday from an old, non-producing well at an oil and gas platform in the Gulf of Mexico about 75 miles off the Louisiana coast after a crew working to plug the well lost control of it, the Coast Guard said. A crew of five was working to plug the old well permanently when saltwater and a small amount of natural gas and the light oil and water mixture called condensate began escaping Monday, according to a statement from Talos Energy LLC President Timothy S. Duncan.

Japan moves closer to restarting nuclear reactors Japan has moved a step closer to restarting nuclear reactors, with four utility companies applying for safety inspections of 10 idled plants, the clearest sign of a return to atomic energy almost two and a half years after the [Fukushima disaster. About 160,000 evacuees still cannot return home… Dozens of activists opposing nuclear power staged rallies outside a building that houses the watchdog’s office, holding banners and chanting anti-nuclear slog.

Rick Perry not seeking re-election for governor 2013 Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Monday that he won’t run for re-election next year for an unprecedented fourth full term in office. “The time has come to pass on the mantle of leadership,” he said. The announcement by the Republican governor opens the door to speculation that Perry will make another bid for the White House, in 2016.




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