A very rare M3.6 earthquake has struck next to an Oil pumping operation along the Michigan + Ontario Canada border region.
Full video explanation of this event here:
This graphic contains screenshots from Google Earth which clearly show the nearest Oil well is approximately 1.5 miles away.
As the video above explains, this rare M3.6 earthquake comes directly from pressure which flowed out of Oklahoma pumping operations (Oil + gas) which were struck yesterday (April 18, 2018) by multiple M3.0 to M3.8 seismic events.
Human made drill points are vulnerable to seismic pressure flowing from the West coast towards the East coast.
The plate pressure transfer was explained in detail during this weeks Global Earthquake forecast.
Information on this earthquake comes from the USGS:
M 3.6 – 0km ESE of Amherstburg, Canada
2018-04-20 00:01:35 UTC
5.0 km depth