Webinar – Monitoring induced seismicity/ social acceptance, Nov. 13, 2020
Seismicity and geothermal project development have been concerns for the general public, so this webinar will look into monitoring of induced seismicity in the context of - often - difficult social acceptance.
As part of its weekly Focus on Geothermal Energy webinar series, IGC.events is featuring a presentation by Emmanuel Auger of Baker Hughes on “Monitoring the induced seismicity of a long project in the context of difficult social acceptance”.
The webinar will take place Nov. 13, 2020 – 14:00-14:30 CEST.
Emmanuel Auger holds a PhD in Geophysics and has been a researcher in seismology first for the University of Naples (Italy), then for Vesuvius Observatory and finally for the industry.
In Baker Hughes since 2007, his focus has been the detection and use of microseismicity to control the safety and optimize hydraulic fracturing and gas storages, with various roles in research, project management and sales. He is currently the Business Development Manager of the microseismic monitoring group in Baker Hughes.
Register for the webinar here.