Microseismic event location or position resolution and uncertainty remains one of the most critical aspects of passive seismic for the user community. In order to have confidence with “beyond the dots” microseismic applications, it is crucial to understand the inherent capabilities, limitations, and drivers for event locations from down-hole, surface, and near-surface microseismic acquisition geometries.
Join us on December 7th for a webinar that will review these capabilities, limitations and drivers for both the down-hole and the surface acquisition methods. This approach focuses on consideration of engineered stimulation approaches to hydrofracturing rather than the “factory mode” approach. This webinar will also consider what investments in microseismic technology can do and how this information can impact field development and performance.