When one thinks of a seismic company in oil and gas, you might envision macro-seismic, the seismic operations that encompass entire geologic formations to create 3D profiles of an entire reservoir.

MicroSeismic Inc., however, is on the other end of the spectrum—evaluating stimulated rock on a well-to-well basis. The core of its business is to analyze the quality and characteristics of fractures made during the well-stimulation process.

Using the data from MicroSeimic’s fracturing analysis to understand how a formation might respond to its stimulation and completion operations, an operating company can better design the spacing, orientation, and location of their horizontal wells to maximize production.

MicroSeismic accomplishes its magic utilizing geo-phones to detect acoustic signals in the rock. These acoustic signals are generated during the stimulation or fracturing process. MicroSeismic essentially “listens” to how the reservoir responds to fracturing and stimulation, and its technology can determine the length, location and orientation of new fractures.

MicroSeismic, Inc. – an EnerCom Oilfield Tech & Innovation Day presenter

MicroSeismic is a featured innovator presenting its technology at EnerCom’s Oilfield Tech & Innovation Day. The company will be providing examples and case studies of how its service works and how it has benefitted its clients in the past.

MicroSeismic’s VP of Engineering Carl W. Neuhaus will be presenting his company’s technology in a 30-minute technical presentation and he will be available in the all-day conference networking room for roundtable meeting opportunities and questions.

EnerCom’s Oilfield Tech and Innovation Day is Thursday Aug. 17, 2017. The event features large and small companies that have new technologies designed to benefit the oil and gas industry by boosting production levels; lowering finding, drilling, completion and production costs; enhancing well integrity and community relations; plus other economic improvements made possible by new technologies that are in use or in field tests in the world’s oilfields.

Who should attend Oilfield Tech & Innovation Day?

Drilling and completions engineers, VPs of drilling and development, drilling managers, geologists, petrophysicists, petroleum engineers and chief operating officers from E&P companies and oilfield service and technology firms, plus energy venture capital investors and private equity investors.

To register to attend EnerCom’s Oilfield Tech & Innovation Day, please visit the conference website registration page.

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