10/5/2013 — Kremlin, Oklahoma Fracking Earthquake — 3.1M occurring just 200 feet from well head

These seismic events are happening in small swarms, almost daily now… Central North Oklahoma under tremendous pressure… causing multiple mid-2.0M to 3.0M earthquakes.

Another 3.1M just struck North of Enid,OK.  Occurring very close to today’s other Oklahoma event, the 2.7M just outside of Kremin, OK.

This is a sign of greater pressure occurring across the North American plate (craton), this current movement will indeed carry on into the near term (and long term) future.

Weak points like this, showing movement first, before other large scale movement along the edge of the craton.
Nearest injection / pumping well head is just 200 feet away from the earthquake epicenter – click to view full size:
oklahoma fracking earthquake oct 5 2013




Event Time

  1. 2013-10-05 07:11:50 UTC
  2. 2013-10-05 02:11:50 UTC-05:00 at epicenter
  3. 2013-10-05 02:11:50 UTC-05:00 system time


36.489°N 97.844°W depth=4.5km (2.8mi)

Nearby Cities

  1. 10km (6mi) NNE of Enid, Oklahoma
  2. 72km (45mi) WSW of Ponca City, Oklahoma
  3. 77km (48mi) NNW of Guthrie, Oklahoma
  4. 81km (50mi) WNW of Stillwater, Oklahoma
  5. 117km (73mi) NNW of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma



Here is the previous post (from just a few hours prior to this above article):



Here are all my past posts on the topic of fracking induced earthquakes:

2 thoughts on “10/5/2013 — Kremlin, Oklahoma Fracking Earthquake — 3.1M occurring just 200 feet from well head

  1. Greetings, Thank you for your hard work as always. There are many folks out OK and TX way that are depending on the word from you regarding the status of their lives. Be it HAARP or Fraking Earthquakes; or the way the two seem to be a play, they are concerned and wonder what to do. All I can do is put you out there so that the word of your site will spread. That is exactly what I am doing and with limited resources and time online, it is a blessing to have you at work! Be well, o…

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