A Seismic Investigation Of Last Week’s 5.0 Magnitude Permian Earthquake [Guest Post]

One week ago, a 5.0 magnitude earthquake rocked the state-line area of Texas / New Mexico. The strongest in the area since 2017, it was reportedly felt by thousands as far away as Odessa.

Quakes often lead to hasty and uninformed conclusions about causes involving oilfield activity. Today’s guest post from Laura Capper dispels the myths with facts, figures, and science.

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