Fourth Annual Meeting

August 5, 2021

The fourth annual meeting of the Consortium to Study Trends in Seismicity will be held virtually on Thursday, August 5. Consortium members may attend via Zoom using these links: Tier 1, or Tier 2.

The tentative agenda consists of presentations by KGS staff about Statewide seismicity, unique insights provided by the Consortium monitoring network, and recent microseismic activity in proximity to Consortium member facilities. Dan Yates of the Ground Water Protection Council will talk about produced water and induced seismicity programs at the GWPC. There will be time for and we encourage open discussion of current and future Consortium activities and directions.

The agenda for the annual meeting is available and we look forward to your comments.

Third Annual Meeting

August 12, 2020

The Third Annual Consortium meeting was held via webinar. The annual report video and PDFs of the presentations are available in the member areas.

Second Annual Meeting

May 28, 2018

The second annual meeting of the Consortium to Study Trends in Seismicity will be held on Tuesday, July 23, at the Water Treatment Center in Hutchinson.

The tentative agenda consists of presentations by KGS staff about Statewide seismicity, unique insights provided by the Consortium monitoring network, and recent microseismic activity in proximity to Consortium member facilities. Joe Ratigan of Ratigan Engineering and Consulting will talk about his experiences with solution-mined caverns and brine disposal wells. There will be time for and we encourage open discussion of current and future Consortium activities and directions.

The tentative agenda for the annual meeting is available and we look forward to your comments.

First Annual Meeting

June 7, 2018

First Annual Meeting of the Consortium to Study Trends in Seismicity was held Wednesday, July 18, 2018, at the Sedgwick County Extension Education Center.

The agenda consisted of presentations by KGS staff and others about Statewide seismicity, unique insights provided by the Consortium monitoring network, and recent micro seismic activity in proximity to Consortium member facilities. There was time for and we encouraged open discussion of current and future Consortium activities and directions. Also, the Consortium's fourth quarter and annual report were sent to you a few days in advance of the meeting.

In addition, presentations from the meeting are available for Tier 1 and Tier 2 members.

Introductory Meeting

March 10, 2017

We had an excellent turnout at the introductory meeting on March 10, 2017. Thank you for your participation and interest in the Consortium.

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