Geoscience BC Energy and Water Research Featured at Technical Webinar with Canadian Society for Unconventional Resources
The energy and water research projects cover three of Geoscience BC’s strategic objectives from the Geoscience BC Strategic Plan 2018 - 2022: Facilitating Responsible Natural Resource Development, Advancing Science & Innovative Geoscience Technologies and Understanding Water. The webinar is free to attend and is open to CSUR members and all other interested parties. It will feature 10 minute presentations plus a question and answer session with researchers.
When: February 23, 2021 from 10:00 am to 11:50 am MST (9:00 am to 10:50 am PST)
Presenter: Brad Hayes, Petrel Robertson Consulting Ltd.
Presentation: Wastewater Disposal in the Maturing Montney Play Fairway of Northeastern British Columbia
Presenters: Gareth Chalmers (Presenter) and Marc Bustin (Question and Answer), University of British Columbia
Presentation: Hydrogen Sulphide Gas Generation in the Triassic Montney Unconventional Play, British Columbia and Alberta, Canada
Presenter: Pablo Lacerda Silva, University of British Columbia
Presentation: Regional Mapping and Resource Assessment of the Doig Formation
Presenter: Suzan Lapp, BC Oil and Gas Commission
Presentation: Pilot Collaborative Water Monitoring Program in Northeast BC
Presenters: Bei Wang, University of Victoria and Geological Survey of Canada and Honn Kao, Geological Survey of Canada, Natural Resources Canada
Presentation: Investigating Source properties and Possible Causative Mechanisms for the Largest Hydraulic Fracturing Induced Earthquake Sequence in Canada
Presenter: Afshin Amini, University of British Columbia
Presentation: Machine Learning Analysis of Factors Influencing Induced Seismicity Susceptibility in the Montney Play Region of Northeastern British Columbia
Registration is now open. Participants must register by 3:00 pm MST (2:00 pm PST) on February 22, 2021.
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