The Compact Surface Microseismic Monitoring Technology is represented . The Technology is intended for hydraulic fracture monitoring, fluid injection monitoring and for an assessment of sources of oil deposit. Distinctive feature of this technology is universality, high mobility and compactness of system of registration. The technology uses the original methods of processing of the signals, which allow with high precision to define both kinematic parameters of sources of microseismic events (coordinate), and their dynamic parameters (energy, the directions of the main axes of tension, shift and hydrostatic tension and other). Results of monitoring are visualized both statically in space, and dynamically in time.


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