Event # 3: FrackingPosted: July 15, 2013
Yet another Oklahoma induced seismic event.
An injection well / fracking earthquake swarm — happening inside a working operation embedded in a residential setting.
Beginning with a 4.3M quake, followed by subsequent 3.0M, 2.0M, and 1.0M earthquakes in the region (within miles of each other)… I would expect to see several more earthquakes here before all is said and done.
In the two hours since making this video.. a 6.8M earthquake struck Papua New Guinea (west pacific)
The excessive “induced seismicity” continues —- same general location for all of the Earthquakes… all inside another fracking / injection / pumping operation.. multiple frack wells, oil wells, and injection wells surround each Earthquake epicenter..
April 20, 2013 , another earthquake strikes at the Colorado / New Mexico border. The area in question is actually the location of a large oil/gas pumping operation.
During 2011, going through 2012, the same area produced multiple earthquakes — the largest of which was in the 5.0M range.
I have documented movement in this area going back almost 2 years now…. link to past Colorado events here:
The earthquake swarm inside the Oklahoma City frack operation carries on…
Still yet another noticeable earthquake near the Oklahoma City pumping / drilling / frack operation :
May 6, 2013 — North Central Texas — a 2.6M earthquake struck an oil / drilling / frack well operation. Could be fracking related, however other oil wells, pipelines, compressor stations are also present.
5/8/2013 — Texas pumping / drilling / fracking Earthquake — 2.5 magnitude part of larger plate movement
“Fracking is not just about separating fractures.
They also repair fractures at incredible depths.”
River Water Loss Due to Fractures:
Skipped a few steps but filled all the fractures…
The fracking operation surrounding Oklahoma City is STILL in a state of unrest — going back almost 2 years now, several earthquakes occurring across the state , at frack wells / injection wells / drilling operations — upward end in the 5.0M range.
A 3.1M earthquake struck South Central Oklahoma a few minutes before 3am CST , May 27, 2013.
The earthquake epicenter resides inside a large drilling / pumping / injection operation (frack wells). Nearest frack well is 0.57 miles away (2,900 feet).
Watch full video here>>> https://vimeo.com/68241867