As of October 10, 2012:
|Napoleonville Salt Dome Cavern Contents|
|In response to requests from the public, the state Office of Conservation is providing additional information on the current status of cavern operations on the Napoleonville Salt Dome. To supplement the maps and other information previously provided on cavern operations, the following link provides additional information on operations in a spreadsheet view. View document here.|
|Napoleonville Salt Dome Subsidence Survey Information|
In response to public requests for additional information on the stability of the Napoleonville Salt Dome and the operations and facilities on the salt dome, the Office of Conservation is providing the annual subsidence survey data submitted to the Office by dome operators. To supplement information previously provided on salt dome operations, the following link provides the subsidence survey information. View the report here.
|TBC Grand Bayou cavern pressure data|
|>> A Review of the Isotopic Data for Gas Samples from the Napoleonville Well NS #1
and Bayou Corn Gas Samples, by Prof. R. Paul Philip, 07/11/12
|>> Acadian Gas Analysis, 06/22/12
>> Chevron Analysis, 06/22/12
>> Crosstex Analysis, 06/25/12
>> Gulf South Analysis, 06/2012
>> Texas Brine Gas Analysis, 09/07/12
|Reports from Arcadis U.S., Inc.|
|>> Gas Plot #1 Fingerprint, This plot is generic to show the regions of thermogenic versus microbial gas by comparing the carbon and hydrogen isotopes of methane.
>> Gas Plot #2 Fingerprint, This plot is actual data from the 2003 event in Grand Bayou, plotting the same isotopes showing Gulf South as Well #13 and Well #14 points.
>> Isotech Gas Comparison
>> Isotech Gas Data - Gulf South Magnolia Project
|Reports from The shaw group, inc.|
|>> NSD Qualitative Hydrocarbon Evaluations:|
|>> NSD Industrial Water Well Analytical Results:|
|>> DHH Analysis of NORM Data, 08/13/12
>> Isotech Data Analysis Report for DNR, 09/06/12