Two earthquakes in Kingfisher County have prompted the stoppage of a well completion operation in the area, the Oklahoma Corporation Commission reported Thursday.
A 3.2 magnitude earthquake and a 3.9 magnitude earthquake were reported in the Kingfisher County area less than 12 hours apart.
Newfield/Encana paused operations after the first event, the 3.2-magnitude quake, Wednesday evening. While their operations were paused, the second earthquake happened Thursday afternoon, the OCC reported.
The OCC's Induced Seismicity Department held a technical meeting with company officials Thursday morning to discuss mitigation measures.
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