Carbon Management Canada Welcomes Echo Seismic to the Joint Industry Partnership

Echo Seismic has joined Carbon Management Canada’s (CMC) collaborative carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) partnership. Echo Seismic is committed to providing the best possible land seismic acquisition for the continuous monitoring of stored carbon.

“We are very excited to have Echo Seismic join our JIP,” said Don Lawton, Director of Science. “Their contribution and support will be invaluable for collecting the best possible seismic monitoring data at the site.”

The Joint Industry Partnership (JIP) is a collaborative program offered through CMC’s 200-hectare Field Research Station in Newell County, Alberta, which is an ideal environment to evaluate Echo Seismic’s monitoring tech as well as their geophysical and geological solutions.

Seismology and Geophysicist of Echo Seismic, Rob Kendall states, “Echo Seismic is excited to
join CMC’s JIP and to be involved with such preeminent industry leaders in monitoring CCUS.”


Echo Seismic Ltd. is a North American geophysical exploration company that specializes in
seismic exploration and acquisition services including CCUS monitoring. Echo Seismic provides
a variety of geophysical and geological solutions, as well as top quality equipment for clients
across the oil, gas, coal, mineral, water and major civil engineering industries. Using Echo
Seismic’s services, clients are provided with premium seismic data to assist in the reduction of
exploration and development risks, which they intend to guide towards CCUS practices as
projects increase. For more information about Echo Seismic visit


Carbon Management Canada: Breanne O’Reilly, 403-542-9632,