State Responses to Induced Earthquakes
Join Steven Dade for his AGI OhioNET: State of Ohio’s Response to Induced Seismicity talk, which will include examples of ISTI’s tools and services, including:
Steve Dade is a Geologist from Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Oil & Gas Resources Management. He will be joined by Jeremy Boak and Michael H. Young, experts from the state
governments in Oklahoma and Texas, respectively. Each will present on state responses to induced earthquakes at the AGI Policy & Critical Issues Webinar.
Friday, April 14, 2017 at 2:00pm ET Register for this free webinar.
AGI Policy & Critical Issues webinar
Background: The surge in recent years of earthquake activity associated with some oil and gas operations, most notably in Oklahoma, has spurred a range of actions and responses from state geoscientists and regulators. States have taken measures to monitor these earthquakes and moderate the activities that may be causing them, particularly the deep underground injection of large volumes of wastewater. Many states with extensive oil and gas operations but little or no increased earthquake activity have also adopted practices to prevent and prepare for potential induced earthquakes in their area.
The speakers are:
- Jeremy Boak, Ph.D., Director, Oklahoma Geological Survey, Mewbourne College of Earth & Energy, University of Oklahoma
- Michael H. Young, Ph.D., Associate Director for Environment, Texas Bureau of Economic Geology, John A. and Katherine G. Jackson School of Geosciences, University of Texas at Austin
- Steven Dade, Geologist 2, Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Oil & Gas Resources Management