Drilling in Texas leads to uptick in earthquakes, as sleeping faults reawaken
5 monthes ago - By RT
In the US since 2008, an unprecedented surge in the amount of earthquakes has hit several states. Most scientists now agree the surge is being triggered by fracking, or wastewater injections being shot into deep wells for oil and gas production.
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