MicroSeismic Inc.


MicroSeismic Inc. is an oilfield services company providing microseismic-based completions evaluation services, particularly quantitative assessments of stimulation treatment effectiveness and well productivity. Founded in 2003, MicroSeismic has grown to become the leading provider of microseismic monitoring utilizing surface, near-surface, and downhole arrays. The company operates in 18 countries and holds over 35 patents.

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10777 Westheimer, Suite 500
Houston, TX 77042
United States

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2007-10-10 MicroSeismic Inc. - 2007-10-10 Debt $2.00

Received a line of credit from Square 1 Bank to fund general corporate purposes.


MicroSeismic founder Peter M. Duncan has been named CEO, and Gary Hargraves has been brought on as president and COO of the company.…

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The industry continues its work on identifying and understanding fracture-driven interactions.

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MicroSeismic Buys Reservoir Imaging's U.S. Assets, Expanding Its Downhole Technology

MicroSeismic Buys Reservoir Imaging's U.S. Assets, Expanding Its Downhole Technology


Using MicroSeismic, Inc.’s proprietary Completions Engineering workflows and new real-time drainage visualizer, the industry now has access to an effective tool to customize the treatment design for every stage in real-time to achieve optimum stimulation and recovery.

Case Study – Microseismic analysis for a horizontal well completed in the San Andres was used to understand wellbore density for highest capital efficiency.

Using Automatic Moment Tensor Inversion (Auto-MTI), the dynamics of the rock failure are captured in real-time as the fracture events are detected. The moment tensors provide a rich source of information about the geometry of fractures and the stresses that produced them.

Case Study - Validating reservoir simulation results from microseismic monitoring to determine vertical wellbore spacing for large independent.