Lindsey J. Heagy

Contact info:

 

Address:


 

Dept. of Earth and Ocean Sciences

2020-2207 Main Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4

Email: lheagy [at] eos [dot] ubc [dot] ca
Website:  http://lindseyjh.ca
   

 

Education:

BSc, Geophysics, University of Alberta, 2012

Experience:

  • Schlumberger Doll Research (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
  • Schlumberger EMI Technology Center (Richmond, California)
  • ConocoPhillips Canada (Calgary, Alberta)
  • Alfred Wegener Institute (Bremerhaven, Germany)

Projects:

  • Physical property characterization and electromagnetic modelling of induced hydraulic fractures
  • Numerical upscaling of Maxwell's Equations
  • Simulation and Parameter Estimation in Geophysics (SimPEG)
  • Inversion of DIGHEM (frequency domain electromagnetic) data over the Tli Kwi Cho kimberlite area, NT

 

Professional Societies:

Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG)
Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists (CSEG)
Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA), GIT

Selected conference proceedings:

  • Wilt, M., Heagy, L., & Chen, J. (2014, June). Hydrofracture Mapping and Monitoring with Borehole Electromagnetic (EM) Methods. In 76th EAGE Conference and Exhibition 2014.

  • Heagy, L., Oldenburg, D. & Chen, J. Where does the proppant go? Examining the application of electromagnetic methods for hydraulic fracture characterization. geoconvention.com 1–7 at <http://www.geoconvention.com/uploads/abstracts/334_GC2014_Where_does_the_proppant_go.pdf>

  • Heagy, L. J. & Oldenburg, D. W. Investigating the potential of using conductive or permeable proppant particles for hydraulic fracture characterization. SEG Tech. Progr. Expand. Abstr. 2013 576–580 (2013). doi:10.1190/segam2013-1372.1