Oklahoma Quake Triggers Closing of Fracking Waste-Disposal WellsBy and
Magnitude 5.6 earthquake is state’s strongest since 2011
Cushing petroleum storage, pipeline facilities unscathed
One of the strongest earthquakes among many in Oklahoma since the introduction of hydraulic fracturing struck early Saturday near a complex of oil-storage facilities, leading state regulators to order the suspension of about 37 wastewater-disposal wells.
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