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"Geomechanical Data - Why is it so unusually difficult?"

Presented by Amy Fox with Enlightened Geoscience Ltd.

Technical Luncheon
11:30 am -1:00 pm

2nd Floor (+15 level)
Aquitaine Conference Room
540 – 5th Avenue SW
11:30 until 1:00
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Meeting space generously donated by Katalyst DM but space is limited so please RSVP.

We are excited to have Amy Fox with Enlightened Geoscience Ltd. present ‘Geomechanical Data – Why is it unusually difficult?’ 

Geomechanical data and why it is so unusually difficult, compared to lots of other data types, to find in the public databases. This affects practitioners every day and is a bugaboo at the regulators. Nothing will change until we demand it. A good example is DFIT data – the OGC and AER are both working on changing submission requirements now that it is understood how important the data are to, e.g., understanding induced seismicity.?

Geomechanical data and why it is so unusually difficult, compared to lots of other data types, to find in the public databases. This affects practitioners every day and is a bugaboo at the regulators. Nothing will change until we demand it. A good example is DFIT data – the OGC and AER are both working on changing submission requirements now that it is understood how important the data are to, e.g., understanding induced seismicity.

Brief bio:
Amy holds an undergraduate degree in Geology from the University of New Hampshire and a Doctorate in Geophysics from Stanford University, specializing in geomechanics. She has worked in the realm of geomechanical consulting since 1998. She moved to Calgary in 2011, and in 2015 she co-founded Enlighten Geoscience Ltd. where she addresses a variety of geomechanics issues for a wide range of clients both in Canada and globally. Amy loves “spreading the geomechanics gospel” to anyone who will listen!

Many thanks to Katalyst for providing us with space for our “CGDMS Presents” talks.  Without their very kind sponsorship of our Society we would not be where we a

Upcoming CGDMS Presents Talks:
Future Dates

  • April 21, 2020  Changes in the Keeping of Geophysical Data – Panel Discussion
  • May 19, 2020   Amanda Hall – Summit NanoTech
  • June 16, 2020   Environmental Considerations with all of that data
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