"We have a license to operate and produce oil and gas. We don't have a license to produce earthquakes." — Kim Hatfield, OIPA induced-seismicity workgroup chairman
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“I am here to provide information, awareness and tools for you to take control of your health and welfare and property and what you should do.”
Few state and local agencies in Oklahoma have discussed or implemented earthquake precautions.
After a magnitude 5.6 earthquake — the largest recorded in state history — hit Prague in November 2011, things changed: Injecting high amounts of wastewater at high pressures caused problems. — Bill Ellsworth, a geologist with the U.S. Geological Survey