9/8/2013 — Colorado Fracking Earthquake Swarm — inside large oil pumping operation

The last few weeks have been like a repeat of 2011 all over again.

Multiple large 6.0M+ earthquakes around the ring of fire (11 quakes in 7 days), and multiple moderate earthquakes (4.0M range) at the Timpson Texas pumping operation.  Also, add in the multiple fracking earthquakes in Arkansas, and Oklahoma.

All the aforementioned earthquakes in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas occurring inside large pumping / drilling operations.

Now, just like 2011, after we see excessive movement in TX, OK, and AR — we see additional compensation movement along the edge of the Craton (to the west) in Colorado.  Today, September 8, 2013 an earthquake swarm is occurring inside the Trinidad, CO oil pumping operation which is also mixed with natural gas frack / injection wells.

colorado fracking earthquake swarm sept 8 2013

Earthquake statistics from the USGS here:


Event Time

  1. 2013-09-08 08:15:31 UTC
  2. 2013-09-08 02:15:31 UTC-06:00 at epicenter
  3. 2013-09-08 03:15:31 UTC-05:00 system time


36.985°N 104.880°W depth=4.6km (2.9mi)

Nearby Cities

  1. 39km (24mi) WSW of Trinidad, Colorado
  2. 142km (88mi) S of Pueblo, Colorado
  3. 152km (94mi) S of Pueblo West, Colorado
  4. 154km (96mi) NE of Espanola, New Mexico
  5. 172km (107mi) NNE of Santa Fe, New Mexico


At this point, there should not be ANY debate on the validity of the connection between Fracking , Injection and Earthquakes.

A study published this past week, done by the USGS, confirms the connection.

Read more on hydraulic fracturing + earthquake effects (induced seismicity):


More than 100 earthquakes in 2011 in Youngstown, Ohio, were caused by fracking, says a new study, adding to past research that has linked fracking to earthquakes in Oklahoma and Arkansas.

Youngstown is located over the Marcellus Shale, a geological formation that scientists estimate contains 489 trillion cubic feet of natural gas. Before January 2011, it had never felt an earthquake, at least not since record-keeping began in 1776. But two weeks after the Northstar 1 well started pumping fluid into the ground, the tremors began. Though most were too small to feel, by December 2011 seismometers in the town had recorded a magnitude 3.9 quake.


Here are all my past posts on the topic of man made earthquakes / fracking / induced seismicity:


3 thoughts on “9/8/2013 — Colorado Fracking Earthquake Swarm — inside large oil pumping operation

  1. Dutch, unfortunately we’ve pretty much screwed ourselves. The massive sinkholes all around the world, upticks in major earthquakes and volcano activity coupled with Bayou Corne impeding disaster, Fukushima’s TEPCO Daiichi Nuclear power plant escalating disaster, and the imminent Pole Shift, not to mention the beginnings of WWIII in Syria… pretty much, yea, we’re screwed…

    If I left anything out or happened to sound too negative, please enlighten me.

    Thanks Dutch, I’m glad to see you’ve gotten your Y/T Channel back. The “paid” disfo’ers eventually do get exposed for what they are.

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