Brine well working group lays out pri...

Brine well working group lays out priorities

There are 13 comments on the Carlsbad Current-Argus story from Dec 10, 2009, titled Brine well working group lays out priorities. In it, Carlsbad Current-Argus reports that:

The Carlsbad Brine Well Working Group has plans underway to better monitor and measure the salt cavern on the south end of town, which officials believe may collapse under businesses and a key cluster of local infrastructure.

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Estavon

Lubbock, TX

#1 Dec 11, 2009
All you have to do is circulate tons and tons of supersaturated brine into it and refill it.
Paul Amato

Hobbs, NM

#2 Dec 11, 2009
What a mess. Probably also need to do some contingency planning with regard to utility service if the "pit" sucks down essential utilities. Also, need to start talking about reparations to local land owners effected by this tragedy. I do not mind oil & gas harvesting as long as no one gets hurt and we are not plagued with sinkholes across New Mexico. Is the goal now to suck every last drop of oil from SE New Mexico regardless of the potential hazards. Seems like cutting back on energy use is the more conservative way to go, at least we would be spared the fate of falling into giant sinkholes.
Kornback Rattler

Mayhill, NM

#3 Dec 12, 2009
Paul Amato wrote:
What a mess. Probably also need to do some contingency planning with regard to utility service if the "pit" sucks down essential utilities. Also, need to start talking about reparations to local land owners effected by this tragedy. I do not mind oil & gas harvesting as long as no one gets hurt and we are not plagued with sinkholes across New Mexico. Is the goal now to suck every last drop of oil from SE New Mexico regardless of the potential hazards. Seems like cutting back on energy use is the more conservative way to go, at least we would be spared the fate of falling into giant sinkholes.
Spoken like one of a million mindless idiots, as "it" wastes energy posting on this forum. You got to love a hypocrite.
M Weston

Carlsbad, NM

#4 Dec 12, 2009
Paul Amato wrote:
What a mess. Probably also need to do some contingency planning with regard to utility service if the "pit" sucks down essential utilities. Also, need to start talking about reparations to local land owners effected by this tragedy. I do not mind oil & gas harvesting as long as no one gets hurt and we are not plagued with sinkholes across New Mexico. Is the goal now to suck every last drop of oil from SE New Mexico regardless of the potential hazards. Seems like cutting back on energy use is the more conservative way to go, at least we would be spared the fate of falling into giant sinkholes.
Yes, I agree the world must start cutting back.
My wife and I are going to Lubbock today to see the new prius automobiles. I'm sure well by one today..
Mrs Kornback Rattler

Mayhill, NM

#5 Dec 12, 2009
M Weston wrote:
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Yes, I agree the world must start cutting back.
My wife and I are going to Lubbock today to see the new prius automobiles. I'm sure well by one today..
I've been trying to get my husband to buy a prius, but he is soooo big, he is unable to fit into it.
I'm making him a big fluffy salad with bacos, creamed corn, little cookies and some lactose free milk for lunch, maybe this will help him loose the poundage.
Mrs Kornback Rattler

Mayhill, NM

#6 Dec 12, 2009
Also, if my husband offends anyone on these boards, just remember he maybe a little constipated. I'm trying to add more fiber secretly to his meals.
red hunter

Carlsbad, NM

#7 Dec 12, 2009
Thank about saving energy next time you drive to walmart or drive your gas burner to work or turn up the heat when your cold. A price we all have to pay for the energy that we all use there is a price to pay fo all of it. If you want to cut back cover up and stay home.

Since: Jan 09

Location hidden

#8 Dec 12, 2009
M Weston wrote:
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Yes, I agree the world must start cutting back.
My wife and I are going to Lubbock today to see the new prius automobiles. I'm sure well by one today..
My husband & I bought one of the new 2010 Prius. Its larger than the previous models as well as most of the small gas engine car & the best part we only put $20 of gas in it a month. On this tank we get over 5oo miles. It WILL HOLD A LARGER person. I have had my father-in-law in it & he is over 6 ft tall. He said it was very comfortable & roomy. It cost us only $24,995. But we feel in the long run it is paying for itself, as the money we have saved in gas cost is amazing. Absolutely no regrets in going this way, though you will find that in doing so you are going to piss off the gas industry people as this is revenue that you wont be sending their way. Also the IRS is giving incentives for going hybrid or green so check into those benefits as well. & no I'm not using x-cel electricity for my computer, I have an alternate energy run home. So I'm no hypocrite as some on here may try to say! I live by my beliefs!!!
Mrs Kornback Rattler

Carlsbad, NM

#9 Dec 13, 2009
dragonladysrealm wrote:
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My husband & I bought one of the new 2010 Prius. Its larger than the previous models as well as most of the small gas engine car & the best part we only put $20 of gas in it a month. On this tank we get over 5oo miles. It WILL HOLD A LARGER person. I have had my father-in-law in it & he is over 6 ft tall. He said it was very comfortable & roomy. It cost us only $24,995. But we feel in the long run it is paying for itself, as the money we have saved in gas cost is amazing. Absolutely no regrets in going this way, though you will find that in doing so you are going to piss off the gas industry people as this is revenue that you wont be sending their way. Also the IRS is giving incentives for going hybrid or green so check into those benefits as well. & no I'm not using x-cel electricity for my computer, I have an alternate energy run home. So I'm no hypocrite as some on here may try to say! I live by my beliefs!!!
Thats nice! If I can get my husband to lose about 150 pounds I think he would be able to fit in one. I think that's why he hates them so much is that they did not make one for big boned people.
I working to get him away from that computer, its all he does all day and watch the computer and eat little pom poms. Then he bitches all day long also about everything.
Mrs Kornback Rattler

Mayhill, NM

#10 Dec 13, 2009
I'm having identity issues. Please understand I'm a male lesbian.
whylie

Clovis, NM

#11 Dec 13, 2009
Mrs Kornback Rattler wrote:
I'm having identity issues. Please understand I'm a male lesbian.
wow i would love to know what your shrink thinks. hang in there im still dealing with my own issues, like ex hubby accuses me of stalking.( now where did he go)). heh heh
Mrs Kornback Rattler

Carlsbad, NM

#12 Dec 13, 2009
Well yes, I am a lesbian trapped in a males body.
Kornback Rattler

Mayhill, NM

#14 Dec 14, 2009
C-Hill wrote:
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Spoken like the idiot you are. You new wife is posting, I see.
Nobody bends over for a "sucker rod" like you "pumper boi".

Would you be so kind as to dazzle and entertain us some more with your PB geological wizardry?

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