ESG Solutions

Founded in 1993, ESG Solutions (Engineering Seismology Group or ESG) provides industry leading microseismic solutions for the oil and gas, mining and geotechnical industries. ESG helps operators improve safety, optimize production, reduce costs and mitigate risk associated with hydraulic fracturing, thermal enhanced oil recovery, underground and open-pit mining, waste-water injections, natural gas storage, carbon sequestration and geotechnical applications.

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    +1 613 548 8287
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  • 20 Hyperion Court
    Kingston, Ontario K7K 7K2

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  • Hydraulic Fracture Monitoring

    ESG Solutions

    ESG delivers a comprehensive suite of microseismic services from in-the-field acquisition to advanced analysis that brings improved data resolution for better field development decisions. ESG’s downhole microseismic offering includes FracMap® and FracMap Clarity™ downhole acquisition processing and analysis services. Through Spectraseis, an ESG managed company, ESG offers Spectraseis Surface Microseismic acquisition, processing and analysis services.

  • Microseismic Monitoring Systems

    ESG Solutions

    ESG’s microseismic monitoring systems and services provide a continuous stream of real-time information that help engineers understand how a rockmass responds to mining or geotechnical operations. ESG's geotechnical microseismic monitoring covers a wide range of applications including underground storage facilities, vibration thresholds and blasting, geothermal fields and structures such as dams, rail tracks, bridges and tunnels.

  • Microseismic Reservoir Monitoring

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    Microseismic monitoring is a powerful regulatory and production optimization tool in use for oil field operations such as Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR), carbon sequestration or natural gas storage. During such injection operations, maintaining the integrity of the reservoir is essential. Through our RESMAP® services, ESG has pioneered the use of passive seismic (microseismic) monitoring in long-term reservoir operations, to provide feedback on the reservoir integrity.  Using in-house manufactured downhole sensors and data acquisition equipment, ESG has installed permanent and temporary microseismic monitoring systems to provide life-of-field (LOF) monitoring for EOR operations and underground storage projects around the world.

  • Oil & Gas Microseismic Acquisition, Processing & Analysis Services

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    ESG’s complete passive seismic solutions help operators optimize production in unconventional formations. ESG’s FRACMAP® service collects, images and interprets microseismic data during hydraulic fracturing to optimize completions. ESG’s RESMAP® service successfully delivers continuous, real-time feedback on reservoir conditions in response to injections.

  • Paladin Data Acquisition

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    The Paladin® 5 is the latest version of ESG’s next generation digital microseismic recorder. As the backbone of ESG’s microseismic data acquisition system, the Paladin 5 32-bit digital seismic recorder enables accurate detection of a wide range of seismic event magnitudes within a flexible, customizable platform.

  • Seismicity Monitoring

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    Real-time seismic monitoring of natural or induced seismicity in or around oil and gas production or waste water injection provides operators with the data needed to manage their operations and assess potential risk of induced seismicity. Spectraseis (an ESG-managed company) designs, implements and operates real-time seismic networks that help oil and gas operators to better manage public and regulatory concerns regarding seismicity near production and injection activities.

  • Sensors

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    Seismic sensors detect and measure small ground vibrations caused during mining operations.  They can be deployed in various configurations around a zone of interest to provide the best possible detection coverage.  ESG offers a range of seismic sensors, including geophones and accelerometers for downhole, uphole and surface installation. Sensors are also available in triaxial (3-component) or uniaxial formats for added flexibility.