The  energy industry is continuing to struggle through an extended low prices environment, which makes it even more important for O&G professionals to take time to discover new technologies that help to optimize resources. The annual GeoConvention – held in Calgary, Alberta home of Canadian oil production and organized by the Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists (CSPG), Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysists (CSEG) and the Canadian Well Logging Society (CWLS) – is an event that gives attendees the chance to network and learn with other industry professionals about the best ways to find new efficiencies in exploration and production.

This year, GroundMetrics’ own Electromagnetic Geophysicist will be presenting on Day 3 of the conference (March 9). The presentation, “Using well casing as an electrical source to monitor hydraulic fracture fluid injection,” will highlight a recent modeling and field test. This project was the first to use depth-to-surface resistivity methods to detect changes in the subsurface due to hydraulic fracturing. The discussion will include geophysicists, geologists and O&G executives and we will be happy to answer questions about how this method might apply to specific fields. Helping solve tough development decisions will be the highlight our visit and something you won’t want to miss.

While you’re there, you’ll have the opportunity to meet and connect with our GroundMetrics team. We’ll give you an insider glance at how our sensor systems and processing techniques are changing the way top E&Ps map hydraulic fractures, make critical field development decisions, and increase the efficiency of enhanced-oil-recovery operations.

Looking forward to seeing you there! Send us a note if you’d like to set up a meeting in advance . Can’t make it? See the recent The Bakken magazine article  highlighting GroundMetrics technology.