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> T'day, 12 years since Lusi started to erupt in Indonesia. 40,000 people lost homes. But Elsevier also publish shockingly imbalanced Special Issue on this
> https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/marine-and-petroleum-geology/vol/90
> We redress this
>http://seismo.berkeley.edu/~manga/tingayetal2018.pdf

Abstract
> The cause of the Lusi mud eruption remains controversial. The review by Miller and Mazzini (2017) firmly dismisses a role of drilling operations at the adjacent Banjarpanji-1 well and argues that the eruption was triggered by the M6.3 Yogyakarta earthquake some 254 km away. We disagree with these conclusions. We
review drilling data and the daily drilling reports, which clearly confirm that the wellbore was not intact and that there was a subsurface blowout. Downhole pressure data from Lusi directly witness the birth of Lusi at the surface on the 29th of May 2006, indicating a direct connection between the well and the eruption.