One problem is not enough as new problem has arrived.The continuous work at Baghjan oil well topping site in Tinsukia has been influenced for the second time because of floods. Oil India Limited (OIL) set a cutoff time to control the fire on July 7 however floods by and by upset the continuous work at the Baghjan oil well topping site.
The site at Baghjan has been immersed with rising waters. All streets interfacing Baghjan have been lowered by rising waters confining the vehicular developments. Things a Baghjan has not been good in last few days. The trash set down region including the methodology street has additionally been lowered. The working regions at the victory well site and water siphon station No 2 in the stream bank have been lowered by rising waters.
The water level at siphon station no 1 has risen significantly. One of the flatboats is shaking affected by overwhelming water flow. Keeping taking into account this and thinking about the wellbeing perspectives, exercises at site have been suspended,” an OIL official said.
“Just security and fire faculty are at the site. Six heaps of flotsam and jetsam were moved yesterday from the trash set down region to Duliajan,” the authority said on Saturday.
Then, waterway Brahmaputra is streaming over the threat mark and the water of the stream is streaming towards Maguri Beel and flooding the Baghjan region.
Both the ways to the Baghjan oil well site are relling under rising waters.
Overwhelming downpours over the most recent couple of days prompted the rising water level of stream Dangori, the wellspring of water storm framework for the flotsam and jetsam expulsion activity.
“We have taken help from Indian Army for setting a portion of their materials on the well plinth for additional fortifying of the equivalent for simplicity of development of overwhelming vehicles at site. Because of the flood our work was hampered for second time,” the OIL official said.
Because of stoppage/bars, there was creation loss of 452 MT of unrefined petroleum and 1.51 MMSCM of flammable gas as gave an account of July 10.
Tasks were disturbed in 11 oil wells and 5 gas wells. Aggregate creation misfortune since May 27, 2020 due to bandhs and barricades is 10860 MT raw petroleum, 17.39 MMSCM of flammable gas.
“Overviews for appraisal of harm for remuneration by the board of trustees established by locale organization are in progress. Harm evaluation for 547 families has finished in Doomdooma Circle and 696 families in Tinsukia Circle till July 10. All out number of families evaluated is 1,243 till date,” an OIL proclamation said.