Search
  • Symroc

Sensors Installed in NE BC for Induced Seismicity Study

Symroc is pleased to be selected to partner with The BC Oil and Gas Commission(OGC), Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) and the land owners to temporarily place a dense seismic monitoring array in the Tower Lake area to study hydraulic fracturing operations.




“Symroc is pleased to participate in the NRCan and Commission joint seismicity study. We believe with the high-quality data generated from our sensors, we can help improve the effectiveness of the regulations associated with hydraulic fracturing.” Torr Haglund, VP Business Development, Symroc.


Read more:

BC Oil and Gas Commission: https://www.bcogc.ca/news/commission-partnering-with-tower-lake-residents-for-seismic-testing/

Alaska Highway News: https://www.alaskahighwaynews.ca/regional-news/earthquake-activity-to-be-monitored-1.24252604

Natural Gas Intelligence: https://www.naturalgasintel.com/seismic-monitoring-readied-this-winter-in-montney-shale-hot-spot/

Castanet: https://www.castanet.net/news/BC/318855/Earthquake-activity-to-be-monitored-in-B-C-oil-gas-fields



#BCOGC #NRCan #HydraulicFracturing #IoT #Seicmicity #InducedSeismicity #Earthquake

#OilandGas

47 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All
Logo%20-%20symrock-highres-02_edited.png

Symroc is a core member of Alberta IoT

office@symroc.com

Tel: 1-403-456-0389

#209, 7879 8St NE Calgary, AB T2E 8A2

  • LinkedIn - White Circle