TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - The process to bring in oil continues to shake things up in downtown Terre Haute.
As reported previously, Indiana State University officials are conducting seismic testing to map out the rock formation below the surface.
- FIRST SEISMIC TESTING IN TERRE HAUTE | Click here to view
The testing has created some traffic issues for business owners in the downtown area; however, some businesses believe that it could bring a positive impact.
According to the George's Downtown Café owner and his brother, Joe Weber, they experienced the first round of seismic testing, but barely noticed the trucks as they passed by.
They believe the trucks aren't a big deal for business owners, because some daily nuisances are unavoidable as it is.
Contractors for ISU are doing their best to limit the amount o distraction to businesses, by reducing the level on the vibrator truck.
Though Weber is uncertain about the future of oil exploration in the Terre Haute area, he's excited about the prospect of oil being under the surface.
However, Weber believes that it would be a great positive for Terre Haute if there is oil.
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