Relationships between Induced Seismicity and Fluid Injection: Development of Strategies

The primary objectives of this program was: (1) to determine the relationships between fluid injection practices, regional geology and stress regime, and the occurrence of earthquakes; (2) to identify waste-disposal strategies for injection that reduce and minimize the triggering of seismic activity, or that ensure that seismic activity is confined to low-magnitude, harmless events.

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Last Updated August 9, 2019, 07:10 (CDT)
Created August 9, 2019, 04:43 (CDT)
Citation "\"Chad Rowan, Relationships between Induced Seismicity and Fluid Injection: Development of Strategies to Manage Fluid , 2018-07-27, https://edx.netl.doe.gov/dataset/relationships-between-induced-seismicity-and-fluid-injection-development-of-strategies-to-manage-fluid\""
Is NETL associated "\"Yes\""
NETL Point of Contact "\"Roy Long\""
NETL Point of Contact's Email "\"Roy.Long@netl.doe.gov\""
NETL program or project "\"Unconventional\""