AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The state seismologist says he sees “no substantial proof” that recent North Texas earthquakes are linked to oil and gas activity, despite scientific studies finding probable cause.
Staff seismologist Craig Pearson’s statement came during a four-hour Texas Railroad Commission meeting Friday in Austin.
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