North Texas Earthquakes Catch Regulators' Attention

Trucks carry cement that will be mixed to fill the space between multiple layers of casing in preparation for the hydraulic fracturing process at a Chesapeake Energy drill site in Dimmit, Texas in the Eagle Ford Shale.
Trucks carry cement that will be mixed to fill the space between multiple layers of casing in preparation for the hydraulic fracturing process at a Chesapeake Energy drill site in Dimmit, Texas in the Eagle Ford Shale.

A rash of small earthquakes in North Texas thought to be linked to drilling appears to have caught the attention of the state's oil and gas regulator, which has previously stayed quiet on the links between drilling and seismic activity. Read the full story at StateImpact Texas.

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