Nov 4, 2013
Photo of an oil well drilling rig near Peggy, Texas.
Oil rigs like this one long have been a feature of the Texas landscape. But for the first time, a study has traced a link between small earthquakes in western Texas and an increasingly common practice, underground injection of carbon dioxide to boost production.
Drillers drawn to rocks around Eagle Ford, too
The Eagle Ford Shale is nestled among various geologic layers, many of which also are producing oil and gas.
The Victoria Advocate
Earthquake shakes South Texas
The largest earthquake recorded in Texas was on Aug. 16, 1931, near Valentine in west Texas.
The Pleasanton Express Online Edition
Campbellton P.O. saved
If you think “the people” can't get the government to change its mind – You are wrong! The U.S. Postal Service may or may not be a part of “the government,” but most of us think that it is and it really doesn't matter.