In April of this year, the Office of Energy & Environment launched earthquakes.ok.gov.
The website is a result of the work of the Coordinating Council on Seismic Activity. In September 2014, Governor Fallin directed Oklahoma Secretary of Energy and Environment Michael J. Teague to lead the Coordinating Council to organize state resources and activities related to Oklahoma’s recent increase in seismic activiaty. The body’s primary responsibility is to work cooperatively to develop solutions, identify gaps in resources and coordinate efforts among state agencies, reserchers and the state’s oil and gas industry.
For more information, please visit earthquakes.ok.gov.