The Oklahoma Corporation Commission is implementing an action plan after a 5.0 magnitude earthquake shook Oklahoma Sunday night.
OKLAHOMA CITY -- The Oklahoma Corporation Commission is implementing an action plan after a 5.0 magnitude earthquake shook Oklahoma Sunday night.
According to a press release, a total of 58 disposal wells that inject into the Arbuckle formation will be affected. The OCC says four of the wells were shut down in 2015.
A spokesman with the Commission says the plan is an initial response and operators are being warned that work is underway on a broader plan that will encompass a greater area.
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Below is the initial plan released by the OCC.
There are 3 areas in the initial plan, at 6, 10, and 15 miles from the location of the 5.0 earthquake that struck the area Sunday evening.
Those wells that will have to take new action:
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