Volodymyr Vragov


Hydraulic fracturing induced seismicity near Town of Fox Creek, Alberta

Volodymyr Vragov is working on his MSc in Geophysics with Prof. Eaton at the University of Calgary.

Volodymyr received his BSc (2014) in Geophysics (with Distinction) from the University of Alberta. He is currently conducting research in the area of hydraulic fracturing induced seismicity near Town of Fox Creek, Alberta. He has almost 2 years of industry experience in geoscience workflow development and deployment, unconventional reservoir characterization and frontier offshore exploration with Shell Canada and Nexen Energy. Volodymyr is also an active volunteer on campus, as President of the CSEG/EAGE/SEG student chapter, where he helps to facilitate geoscience students’ development through organizing Talk Series, industry courses, networking events and student geoscience competitions.


Completed Milestones

Team: Pipeline vs. Rail

REDEVELOP Certificate

Indigenous Relations Certification

Project Management

Conflict Resolution

Occupational Psychology

Public Communication

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