Hope you all stay safe and healthy in these hard times. The last months have been challenging and the COVID-19 situation has negatively affected almost all spheres of global business, except those who produce face-masks.
Despite the difficulties, Seismik is proud to announce winning two new projects for monitoring of induced seismicity. We are helping the global climate by enabling the safe production of geothermal energy in continental Europe and enabling transition fuel production in the USA. We are grateful to our customers for this opportunity and ready to provide quality services in our ever-growing portfolio of services.
Jechumtálová Z., and Szafranski D. (2017) Verification of Network Design for Induced Seismicity. 79th EAGE Conference and Exhibition, Sessionion: Seismology, Microseismic and Passive Seismic, 12 June 2017.
Cieplicki R., Mueller M., Eisner L. (2014): True Amplitude Stacking for Moment Magnitude Estimation of Microseismic Events, Expanded Abstracts, 76th EAGE Conference & Exhibition, Amsterdam, 2014
Janská E., Eisner L., Opršal I. (2014): Vector Fidelity of Downhole Receivers for Microseismic Monitoring Revisited. Fifth passive seismic workshop in Lisabon. PSP18
Eisner L., Halló M., Janská E., Opršal I., Matoušek P., Clarke H., Turner P., Harper T., Styles P. (2013): Lessons learned from hydraulic stimulation of the Bowland Shale. SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2013: pp. 4516-4520