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Subject: Re: A injection well and its consequences
From: "Lucas Haag / Great Plains Ag Tech" lhaag@..............
Date: Sun, 18 Jun 2000 19:29:05 -0500

We have had this happen in our area due to injection wells used for water &
polymer flooding the the Sleepy Hollow Oil Field (the biggest field in
Nebraska) there were some online refrences to the quakes and the injection
wells as soon as I find the addresses I will pass them on.


Lucas Haag
Owner, Great Plains Ag Tech
Specialists In Ag Related 2-Way Radio & Computer Services

Area Sales Representative,  Garst Seed Co.
Amateur Radio Technician KC0BJB - Director, High Plains Skywarn

HCR 66 Box 25A
Bartley, Nebraska 69020-9717
----- Original Message -----
From: meredith lamb 
Sent: Saturday, June 10, 2000 2:25 AM
Subject: A injection well and its consequences

> Hi all,
> The Denver Post newspaper ran a article on June 8th, 2000,
> of a injection well to dispose of brine water 14,000 feet into
> the earth.  Seems there has been some 1500 mostly very
> small associated quakes since 1991.  The recent 4.3 quake
> has brought with it changes in operation.  See:
> If you run into problems with the above, go to:
> and add on the "0608a" to the location and hit the enter
> button.
> Mention is made of Dave Wolny at Mesa State College in
> Grand Junction, Colorado.  Dave is often approached by
> the local news media there for notes in his regional area.
> Its a interesting article on the attempt to reduce salt in the
> Colorado River Basin.  Not mentioned, but historically,
> other injection wells in Colorado, have also created quakes.
> Take care,
> Meredith Lamb
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