SHEER - SHale gas Exploration and Exploitation induced Risks - project under Horizon 2020 programme.
Start: 01.05.2015. Duration: 36 months.
The project is carried out in framework of an international consortium of scientific institutions from Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, UK and USA.
- AMRA - Analysis and Monitoring of Environmental Risk
- Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences (IGF PAS)
- UNIVERSITY OF KEELE (KeU)
- Helmholtz-Zentrum Potsdam Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrum (GFZ),
- KONINKLIJK NEDERLANDS METEOROLOGISCH INSTITUUT-KNMI (KNMI),
- RSKW LTD (RSKW Ltd),
- UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW (UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW),
- UNIVERISITY OF WYOMING (University of Wyoming).
- Leader: Paolo Capuano (AMRA)
- WP3 - On Site Monitoring - Leader: Stanisław Lasocki (IGF PAS)
- Leader : Simone Cesca (GFZ)
- Leader : Andrew Gunning (RSKW)
- Leader : Rachel Fiona Westwood (Keele)
SHEER 1 Newsletter
Professor Paolo Gasparini Memorial Day, Napoli
- On 25th November 2016, Professor Paolo Gasparini Memorial Day took place, following his sad passing on 28th July 2116. The ceremony was organized in Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II.
SHEER Project - new Coordinator
- Following the sad passing of prof. Paolo Gasparini, Board of Directors has appointed a new Coordinator of the SHEER Project. The new coordinator will be prof. Paolo Capuano.
European Seismological Commission 2016
- On 5-9 September 2016 in Trieste, during 35rd General Assembly of the European Seismological Commission (GA ESC), results of scientific research withing SHEER project were presented
- Monika Staszek gave presentation: Static stress drop of induced earthquakes in seismic hazard assessment: Preliminary results from The Geysers geothermal site
- Ph.D. Kostantinos Leptokaropoulos presented: Preliminary results for Space-Time Clustering of Seismicity and its Connection to Stimulation Processes, in North-Western Geysers Geothermal Field
SHEER 3 Newsletter
Prof. Paolo Gasparini
- It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Prof Paolo Gasparini. His enthusiasm, genuine scientific curiosity, clarity of thought and permanent optimism left an indelible mark on all who was fortunate to meet him and enjoy his friendship. He will be sorely missed.
Ph.D. Grzegorz Lizurek talks to Karolina Głowacka on TOK FM radio about SHEER project
- People can cause earthquakes. How is this possible? Ph.D. Grzegorz Lizurek explains this phenomena during radio interview with Karolina Głowacka: http://audycje.tokfm.pl/odcinek/Ludzie-potrafia-powodowac-trzesienia-ziemi-Jak-to-mozliwe-Wyjasnia-dr-Grzegorz-Lizurek-w-rozmowie-z-Karolina-Glowacka/38854 First SHEER Annual meeting, Neapol
First SHEER Annual meeting, Naples
- On 7-9 June, 2016 in Napoli, took place SHEER First Annual Meeting. Department of Seismology IG PAS was represented by: prof. Beata Orlecka-Sikora, prof. Stanislaw Lasocki, Ph.D. Dorota Olszewska, Ph.D. Grzegorz Lizurek, Monika Staszek and Anna Lisowska. Leaders of WP2 (prof. Beata Orlecka-Sikora) and WP3 (prof. Stanisław Lasocki) lead respective parts of meeting, summarizing all activities within packages.
SHEER 2 Newsletter
SHEER 1 Newsletter
Kick - off meeting of SHEER project
The kick-off meeting of international SHEER (Shale gas Exploration and Exploitation induced Risks) project took place in Cracow on May 5-7. The consortium includes partners from Italy, United Kingdom, Poland, Germany, the Netherlands and USA.
The objective of SHEER is to develop best practices for assessing and mitigating the environmental footprint of shale gas exploration and exploitation. It will develop a probabilistic procedure for assessing short and long-term risks associated with groundwater contamination, air pollution and induced seismicity. An important part of SHEER will be devoted to monitor and understand how far enhanced permeability pattern, which may develop as an unwanted by-product of the fracking processes, will develop both in space and time. SHEER will develop methodologies and procedures to track and model fracture evolution around shale gas exploitation sites and a robust statistically based, multi-parameter methodology to assess environmental impacts and risks across the operational lifecycle of shale gas. The developed methodologies will be applied and tested on a comprehensive database consisting of seismicity, changes of the quality of ground-waters and air, ground deformations, and operational data collected from past case studies.