ISTI presents at the SEG Injection Induced Seismicity Workshop in Banff, Alberta

ISTI is presenting some of the science behind monitoring injection wells for possible induced events at the Society for Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) workshop on Injection Induced Seismicity this week (Sept 15 to 18) in Banff, Alberta, Canada. Injection induced earthquakes have been attributed mostly to waste water injection wells, but also to Geothermal applications, and hydraulic fracturing. ISTI’s Paul Friberg is presenting on Tuesday some of the results of his research in Ohio on positive magnitude hydraulic fracture induced earthquakes.