ESG in Calgary Next Week for the 2014 GeoConvention

Monday, May 12, 2014 - 12:00am to Wednesday, May 14, 2014 - 11:45pm

ESG will be exhibiting and presenting five technical papers at the GeoConvention in Calgary.  Stop by Booth #609 to attend an in-booth presentation or speak to us about the latest in microseismic solutions.  Booth presentations are taking place each day at 9:45am, 2:45pm and 3:45pm.  Can't make it to one of these times?  Swing by for an on-demand presentation when its convenient!

Feeling lucky?  Stop by the ESG Booth #609 for a chance to win a pre-loaded gift card by participating in our "You be the microseismic analyst" contest.  For details, follow us on twitter @ESG_Solutions.

The GeoConvention is taking place from May 12-14, 2014 at the Telus Convention Center in Calgary, Alberta.

Technical Presentations

Title: The Role of Magnitude Saturation, Accounting for Seismic Energy Release and Fracture Surface Area Development Associated with Hydraulic Fracture Stimulations.  Ted Urbancic, Andy Cochrane and Adam Baig.
Date: Monday May 12, 2014
Session: Optimization using Geomechanics 1
Time: 11:05-11:30
Room: Telus 104

Title: Seismic Efficiency, Overshoot and Enhanced Dynamic Weakening of Fractures Associated with Stimulation in Heavy Oil Reservoirs.  Lindsey N. Meighan, Ted Urbancic and Adam Baig.
Date: Tuesday May 13, 2014
Session: Posters
Time: 9:35am
Board 21

Title: Investigating Rock Properties of Shales using Microseismicity.  Lindsay T. Smith-Boughner, Adam Baig, Ted Urbancic, Gisela Viegas, Eric von Lunen and Jason Hendrick.
Date: Tuesday May 13, 2014
Session: Horn River: Learning from World-Class Shale Resource
Time: 10:40-11:05am
Room: Macleod D

Title: Source Characteristics and Failure Processes of Hydraulic Fracturing Microseismic Events Located Within and Below the Target Formation.  Gisela Viegas and Ted Urbancic.
Date: Tuesday May 13, 2014
Session: Horn River: Learning from World-Class Shale Resource
Time: 11:05-11:30am
Room: Macleod D

Title: Comparison of Microseismic Results in Complex Geologies Reveals the Effect of Local Stresses on Fracture Propagation.  Mike Preiksaitis, Sheri Bowman and Ted Urbancic.
Date: Wednesday May 14, 2014
Session: Microseismic Case Studies
Time: 2:15-2:40pm
Room: Glen 201