GeoConvention 2015 (CSEG)

Monday, May 4, 2015 - 12:00am to Wednesday, May 6, 2015 - 11:45pm

ESG will be in Calgary for the 2015 Geoscience New Horizons GeoConvention 2015.  Sponsored by CSEG.


Exhibit Hall – May 4 – 6
Conference – May 4 – 6
Core Conference – May 7 – 8
Core Meltdown – May 8


Calgary TELUS Convention Centre
North and South Building
120 8th Avenue SE, Calgary, Alberta

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ESG Paper Presentations

Monday, May 4 - 8:40-9:05 AM, Macleod Hall D

The Influence of Mesh Size on Fracture Network Growth

John W. Crowley, Adam M. Baig, and Ted Urbancic


Monday, May 4 - 11:05-11:30 AM, Glen Room 201-204

Are Source Characteristics of Fluid Driven Hydraulic Fracture Induced Earthquakes Distinct from Natural Tectonic Earthquakes?

Gisela Viegas, Ted Urbancic and Adam Baig


Monday, May 4 - 3:50-4:15 PM, Glen Room 201-204

4D Tomography and Deformation from Microseismic Data

John W. Crowley, Adam M. Baig, and Ted Urbancic


Tuesday, May 5 - 3:25-3:50 PM, Glen Room 208-209

Investigating Proppant and Fluid Influence During Hydraulic Fracturing with Rock Properties from AVO and Microseismic Mechanisms

Lindsay T. Smith-Boughner, Adam Baig, Ted Urbancic, Gisela Viegas, Eric Von Lunen, Jason Hendrick and Jessica Budge


Wednesday, May 6 - 3:00-3:25 PM, Macleod Hall D

Linking Microseismicity, Characterization of Pre-Exisiting Fractures and Geomechanical Models in Hydraulic Stimulation

Jonathan Gallagher, Adam M. Baig, Ted Urbancic, Eric von Lunen


Posters - Monday, May 4 - Boards 32-34

9:50 AM - Seismic Hazard and Hydraulic Fracture-Induced Seismicity

9:55 AM - Resolving Time Dependent Stress Variations through Analysis of Microseismicity (M < 0) Recorded during Hydraulic Fracture Stimulations

10:00 AM - Rupture Characteristics of Hydraulic Fracture Induced-Triggered Seismicity