Only a 3.1, which would normally put it out of contention, but there is something weird here.
Look at that spread! This is obviously due to poor seismic monitoring. If we could get the location accuracy down to a km or so, we would probably see a tight NW line. That is why I have high hopes for this one.
That big M3.6 is probably badly located as well, and should be closer to the highway which is right up the fault line, and a good place for injection. Remember there is no money with injection unless you are mainlining a fault. Remember that well in OK? When the authorities tried to reduce the flow, they packed up and left.