Rattled daily, Oklahomans ponder a ‘big one.’

Most seismologists attribute the 2011 quake, and most of the hundreds since then, to the state’s oil and gas activity, specifically disposal of wastewater from production. Many people in Oklahoma, along with most political leaders here, reject the link between oil and gas and earthquakes. EnergyWire. 7 April 2015.


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