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Analysis examines how excavation disturbance affects claystone and liner over 100,000 years

Montpellier (22-25 October, 2012) - Attendees at the 5th International meeting on “Clays in Natural and Engineered Barriers for Radioactive Waste Confinement,” organized by ANDRA*, will be introduced to Itasca’s latest technologies for radioactive waste repository within a claystone layer.

Short Course to focus on lateral and seismic loading of pile foundations
Itasca contributions at this week’s ARMS7 include instructing short courses, chairing sessions, presenting keynote speeches and hosting exhibit booth activities
Itasca presents new technologies at San Antonio energy and petroleum meeting

Minneapolis, MN (October 9, 2012) - Attendees at the SPE* Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition will be introduced to Itasca’s latest technologies for geomechanics in oil and gas well completions, hydraulic fracturing and reservoir development for both conventional and unconventional resources. Itasca’s consulting engineering services and software will be on display at our booth in the Exhibition Hall and through two ePosters.

Itasca sponsors Injection Induced Seismicity Conference in Denver
Purchase Will Integrate KUBRIX Software into Itasca Products and Services to Benefit Clients and Promote Expansion into New Markets

MINNEAPOLIS, MN (June 20, 2012) – Itasca Consulting Group, Inc. announced today that three Itasca Engineers have been selected to present their papers at the Second Unconventional Resources Geomechanics Workshop, which takes place in advance of the 46th Annual meeting of the American Association of Rock Mechanics in Chicago, Illinois.

Midwest Ground Water Conference Presentation on the Latest Technologies in Fracture Network Engineering

MINNEAPOLIS, MN (June 25, 2012) – Itasca Consulting Group's (www.itascacg.com) recognized reputation for understanding and simulating of hydrofracturing systems and integrating the use of Synthetic Rock Mass (SRM) modeling with Enhanced Microseismic Analysis (EMA) prompted the National Ground Water Association to call on the company to present a keynote address at its meeting on mid-western ground water issues.

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