Dario Baturan, our Director of Operations for our Oil and Gas division, will be presenting, "Made to Measure: On the Performance and Limitations of Seismic Instrumentation," to the CSEG's Microseismic User Group (MUG).
We are pleased to announce that David Shorey, our VP, Oil and Gas division, will be co-chairing a session at the upcoming SEG Annual Meeting. The oral session, titled "Fault Detection and Enhancement Methods," will be held on October 17 at 1 p.m. David's co-chair will be Robert Archer Hull.
Nanometrics was recently contacted by the CERT division of the Software Engineering Institute (CERT-CC) in the US
The 2016 Unconventional Resources Technology Conference is the the premier science-based conference and marketplace for unconventional exploration, drilling and production ideas and technologies!
The first of hundreds of seismic instruments have shipped from Nanometrics’ manufacturing facility in west Ottawa, headed across the city to Natural Resources Canada (NRCan). NRCan awarded the $4.6m contract to Nanometrics at the end of May, following a competitive bidding process
Join us in Calgary from June 19 to 22 for the American Association of Petroleum Geologists' Annual Conference and Exhibition.
On June 1st, new ground motion monitoring requirements from the BC Oil & Gas Commission came into affect. Our solutions, which combine superior instrumentation and a proven service record with cost effectiveness, ensure that BC operators will not only comply with BC OGC's latest guidance, but will be ideally positioned to meet any enhanced monitoring requirements in the future
The world's largest geosciences event is being held in Vienna from May 30 to June 2, and Nanometrics will be there. Stop by our booth, #1001, to meet our Director of Operations or find out about our latest research at our oral presentation:
May 10, 2016 – Nanometrics has signed a $1.98 million (US) contract to provide equipment and assist in deploying an earthquake monitoring system across the state of Texas.
Join Nanometrics in Reno, Nevada from April 19 to 22 for the Seismological Society of America’s 2016 annual meeting.