Microseismic User Group (MUG)

Microseismic as measured from DAS, a case study from the Montney

Jon Furlong, P.Geo

Jon Furlong, P.Geo

Wednesday, October 28th, 2020 – 12:00 PM MST
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DAS microseismic data were acquired for a multi-well program targeting the Montney formation near Fort St. John, British Columbia. Data were acquired by three fiber-optic arrays located in two horizontal treatment wells and a vertical observation well. Events were mapped in 3D using an iterative grid search method, calculating semblance along ray-based traveltime trajectories. Events down to magnitude -1.8 were captured including induced fracturing events as well as events from activation of regional faults.


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