A new report by the U.S. Geological Survey ( USGS ) says that the increased seismic activity taking place in certain areas of the United States is almost certainly the result of oil and gas drilling activities. The group has been studying dozens of earthquakes across America for the last 8 months and determined that the man-made quakes were taking place in areas where fracking or deep waste water injection had recently occurred.
A strong 6.2 magnitude earthquake struck central Japan late Saturday, the US Geological Survey said, with Japanese media reporting at least five people were feared trapped under collapsed houses. The quake struck at 1308 GMT, with i... Read Post
As Oklahoma continues to experience more earthquakes than California this year, residents are questioning why regulators haven’t taken any meaningful action to guard against increased seismic activity. The U.S. Geological Survey ( U... Read Post