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Oklahoma Earthquakes Decline After New Regulations Kick In

Newsmax Thursday, 1 December 2016
Oklahoma earthquakes have declined since May when new state limits on wastewater injections into energy wells kicked in.
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News video: Wastewater Cap Could Dunk Oklahoma Quake Risk

Wastewater Cap Could Dunk Oklahoma Quake Risk 00:46

New wastewater disposal regulations are about to strike at Oklahoma's widening oil and gas production sectors. According to new research, the proposed regulations will tackle a spike in seismic activity for the mid-Western state, as state regulators seek to reduce the volume of water pumped...

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