High-Sensitivity Seismic Networks for Reservoir Geodynamic Processes Monitoring
The long-term hydrocarbon exploration process is often accompanied by induced seismic activity. This leads to various negative consequences on the territory of deposits. The consequences of induced local earthquakes are subsidence and horizontal shifts of the rock mass, casing-breaks of wells, damage to buildings, to communications, to pipelines and other infrastructure facilities of the field. All this causes significant economic damage. In addition to financial costs, possible environmental damage should be noted. It can be flooding of the field and nearby territories, landslide phenomena; environmental pollution associated with a possible spill of oil products, etc.
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