Okla. agency linked quakes to oil in 2010, but kept mum amid industry pressure
Oklahoma's state scientists have suspected for years that oil and gas operations in the state were causing a swarm of earthquakes, but in public they rejected such a connection.
USGS paper lays out need for more data
More data is needed from oil companies and others to figure out how to deal with man-made earthquakes linked to oil and gas drilling, scientists said in a paper released today.
While Okla. rumbles regularly, all's quiet in N.D.
Earthquakes linked to drilling may be messing with Texas and agitating Oklahoma. But they are not rockin' the Bakken. Not much, anyway.