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  • Completions Evaluation
  • Hydraulic Fracture Monitoring & Mapping
  • Reservoir Monitoring
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MicroSeismic’s Completions Evaluation Services help you go beyond the dots in a box. Our descriptive and predictive services provide advanced interpretation integrated with well and treatment information that give you valuable insights and recommendations into your treatment plans and help assess the success of every well, stage, and pad. This allows for continually improved fracture design, treatment, and ultimate recovery.

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MicroSeismic provides real-time monitoring and mapping of hydraulic fracture operations in unconventional oil and gas plays. We are the pioneer in monitoring microseismic activity utilizing surface, near surface, and downhole arrays. Our information helps organizations understand how the reservoir responds to stimulation by mapping the fracture, identifying hazards, and providing geomechanical characterization to enable fracture geomodeling and estimation of stimulated rock volumes.

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As a world leader in life-of-field microseismic monitoring installations, MicroSeismic provides advanced tools for understanding reservoir geometry and texture in order to efficiently recover hydrocarbons from the reservoir.

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MicroSeismic's seismicity monitoring and alerting establishes avoidance of positive magnitude events arising from fracturing or waste water injection activity, cost effectively and over wide areas that allows operators to establish a baseline for naturally occurring seismicity prior to the startup of injection activities

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Frac’ing Doesn’t Cause Earthquakes

Steve Everly with Energy in Depth spoke up this week to refute findings from a USGS report claiming that frac'ing causes earthquakes.

Some of the interesting points Steve made:

- The link between waste water wells, which are used to dispose of the water used in fracking under ground, and earthquakes isn't new. It goes back to the 1960′s.

– While "earthquake" is a scary term, the quakes linked the waste water wells aren't dangerous.

– If it turns out that waste water wells are causing earthquakes, there are a lot of things the industry can do such as changing the way they pump water into these wells to recycling and re-using the water.

In short, there's not a lot of cause for alarm in this USGS study. There is, however, a lot of political reasons on the environmental left to try and manufacture alarm and hamstring fossil fuel production.

Another great job from Energy in Depth!

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