SEG Annual Meeting 2017

Sunday, September 24, 2017 to Wednesday, September 27, 2017

ESG is exhibiting and presenting at the SEG Annual Meeting in Houston, Texas from September 24-27, 2017. Stop by Booth #718 to see what's new in microseismic acquisition, processing and analysis to help operators drive more value from their data.  Visit www.esgsolutions.com/SEG17 for full booth schedule and presentation abstracts. 

Presentation Schedule (Booth #718)

Monday September 25, 2017

Exhibition 9:00am - 6:00pm

9:50  Designing an Optimal Surface Microseismic Program: Understanding the options for acquisition and processing
Brad Birkelo, Spectraseis Inc.
12:30Downhole Microseismic: Considerations for array design and data processing to improve data quality
Jon Furlong, ESG Solutions
1:30Getting better productive reservoir estimates; using surface microseismic data to map proppant-related microseismicity
Brad Birkelo, Spectraseis Inc.
2:50Characterizing Fracture Connectivity: Assessing DFN Flow Characteristics Using SMTI, Topology and Percolation
Ted Urbancic, ESG Solutions

Tuesday September 26, 2017

Exhibition 9:00am - 6:00pm

9:50  Characterizing Fracture Connectivity: Assessing DFN Flow Characteristics Using SMTI, Topology and Percolation
Ted Urbancic, ESG Solutions
12:30Getting better productive reservoir estimates; using surface microseismic data to map proppant-related microseismicity
Brad Birkelo, Spectraseis Inc.
1:30Seismicity Monitoring: How design decisions control how accurately you can determine the depth of induced seismicity
Marc Lambert, Spectraseis Inc.
2:50Designing an Optimal Surface Microseismic Program: Understanding the options for acquisition and processing
Brad Birkelo, Spectraseis Inc.

Wednesday September 27, 2017

Exhibition 9:00am - 4:00pm

9:50  Getting better productive reservoir estimates; using surface microseismic data to map proppant-related microseismicity
Brad Birkelo, Spectraseis Inc.
12:30Seismicity Monitoring: How design decisions control how accurately you can determine the depth of induced seismicity
Marc Lambert, Spectraseis Inc.
1:30Designing an Optimal Surface Microseismic Program: Understanding the options for acquisition and processing
Brad Birkelo, Spectraseis Inc.
2:50Downhole Microseismic: Considerations for array design and data processing to improve data quality
Jon Furlong, ESG Solutions
3:30Oral Paper: Room 362D 
Stimulated Reservoir Volume Estimated from Microseismicity Recorded at the Surface: A case study from the Eagle Ford

Thursday September 28, 2017

Workshop 2: Can Microseismic Moment Tensors help with the prediction of production performance of hydraulically induced fracture networks?

3:00  Keynote: The case for using MTI solutions for qualitative production prediction
Ted Urbancic, ESG Solutions

 

For more information, please also visit the event website: http://seg.org/Annual-Meeting-2017