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|LDEQ Accident Number
|Point Source(s)||Notes||Amount of Release|
|Cause: One of the vapor release points on tank #100, containing feed oil, opened.|
Notes: The tank has a natural gas blanket. It is slowly leaking into the atmosphere. They have a valve they have attempted to close. They believe it has been closed and are waiting to see if there are any more leaks.
|Cause: There is a small leak around the thread of an orifice nipple that goes to a block valve.|
Notes: It will take a while to fix the problem. Maintenance was on the scene trying to evaluate the problem when SPOC report was released.
|orifice plate||Cause: A small leak on an orifice plate on the pipeline that supplies gas to Entergy was discovered.|
Notes: Attempting to effect repair at time of SPOC report. Release of natural gas occurred at a rate of 300 pounds per hour.
|Cause: Experienced a minute and a half of smoking from F2 furnace. Another five minutes of smoking 40 minute later. The 02 Analyzer was malfunctioning.|
Notes: The analyzer was in the process of being replaced.
|Cause: There was a leak on the union of the gauge glass. The hydrocracker low pressure distillate drum water booted.|
Notes: Nitrogen was put into the drum to displace the gas and the the hole will be repaired.
|No Information Given||Cause: Fire training was held at the fire training grounds, and the chemicals involved was Diesel and compressed Natural gas. Smoke was released into the air.|
Notes: No Information was given for remedial actions. Planned procedure for fire training. Training occurred on two separate days, the 2nd and the 3rd.