But however one views it, Frohlich said, industry and government officials need to take the issue of man-made earthquakes seriously as drilling spreads across the country to more densely populated areas.
They a seismic study around the airport in Dallas, which caused the injection wells to be closed down. This is a good article, and I'm glad that scientists are putting some money along the lines I have been pushing for some time now. As you know, it is a curse to be ahead of your time... :(
They are now up to the position that high-volume injection into a fault causes the earthquakes. They don't mention that the only place for earthquakes is the Precambrian, for then it would follow it is a Precambrian fault, and they have ignored the basement for years. The injectors then state they can avoid these areas because of seismic imaging. Are they imaging the basement?
I am pushing that the latest Kentucky quakes are a result of deep injection. Either they are high-volume injecting directly into the mega-thrust, or their massive injection into the Cambrian is finally leaking. I fully expect some bigger quakes before they shut down.