Dec 02, 2015

Oklahoma Hit By Another Large Quake, Plans to Shut Down More Disposal Wells | 2015-12-02 | Natural Gas Intelligence

Regulators with the Oklahoma Corporation Commission (OCC) are preparing to order another round of wastewater disposal wells to halt or curtail their operations, after a 4.7-magnitude earthquake -- the second of such magnitude in less than two weeks and tied for third-strongest in state history -- struck north-central Oklahoma on Monday.

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