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|LDEQ Accident Number
|Point Source(s)||Notes||Amount of Release|
|LPG compressor K-9200||Cause: At 7:52am on 8/23/2005, the LPG compressor, K-9200, tripped on high suction drum level due to a problem with the suction drum instrumentation, causing the fuel system to overpressure to the #2 flare. Nitric oxide was released to the atmosphere through the no.2 flare.
An unexpected increase in fuel pressure caused fuel system to divert to the #2 Flare.|
Notes: The suction drum instrumentation was repaired and the compressor was restarted. The instrumentation causing the compressor trip was repaired in order to prevent recurrence. This letter has been delayed due to Hurricane Katrina. The event is considered as reasonably unforeseeable, and qualifies as an upset. No further action warranted at this time.
|Bleeder valve plug in truck loading rack area||Cause: a bleeder valve failed on a line leading to the truck loading facility|
Notes: DEQ report with no corresponding letter from CRLLC. Valve was quickly isolated and replaced. Liquid was recovered via vacuum.
|Tank 1406||Cause: Tank 1406 was overfilled during tank movements.|
Notes: Level alarms in Tank 1406 modified to include audible alarms. Slop oil recovered via vacuum truck. Contaminated soil removed and processed.
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