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|LDEQ Accident Number
|Point Source(s)||Notes||Amount of Release|
|Relief Valve 56-PSV-7008||Cause: Computer Process Controls going on at this time are believed to have been the initial cause of the Relief Valve relieving to the atmosphere.|
Notes: Does not have an additional report of the actual totals of what was spilled. Steam up on relief valve to minimize emissions. BELOW REPORTABLE QUANTITY.
|Upper level of Coker Unit||Cause: A tube had a circumferential crack that propagated halfway around one tube in the Distillate Product Fin Fan, 205-1351. Unit 205 GME Delayed Coker (FUG 0053).|
Notes: The unit was shutdown to minimize and stop the leak. Water monitors were aimed at the leak to suppress vapors. Air monitoring occurred. A vacuum truck, boom, and absorbent pads were used to remove light sheen found in the rain water ditch on the east side of Marathon Avenue adjacent to the unit.