Title: Bayou Corne Resident MTG
Date: Dec 18, 2012
Gary Hecox, a Shaw Environmental and Infrastructure Inc. geologist working on the issue for the State of Louisiana:
This is what people have been wondering about.
50 to 100 million cubic feet of gas at formation pressure, which is about 50 psi. So that’s not surface, That’s under 50 psi pressure.
That’s what’s in place in the aquifer according to our best estimate calculation.
So people are wondering — these are the kind of numbers we’re dealing with. This is not a small quantity of gas.
Published: December 19th, 2012 at 12:04 pm ET
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