A software tool designed by Stanford University with the help of Exxon Mobil helps energy companies and regulators calculate the risks of triggering earthquakes during drilling.
A software tool designed by Stanford University with the help of Exxon Mobil helps energy companies and regulators calculate the risks of triggering earthquakes during drilling. ThinkStock Getty Images/iStockphoto
A software tool designed by Stanford University with the help of Exxon Mobil helps energy companies and regulators calculate the risks of triggering earthquakes during drilling. ThinkStock Getty Images/iStockphoto

New tool may help drillers avoid triggering earthquakes

March 10, 2017 12:40 PM

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