Fizz Tracker: K-Waves Take Lead In Carbon Dioxide EOR Surveillance

posted on April 29, 2016 by Seismos in Seismos in the News

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For EOR operations, tracking the underground flow of the gas used in a flood can be a perplexing, onerous and time-consuming task. A less-invasive, continuous and real-time tracking alternative recently entered the market, and—like the low-frequency wave it harnesses—interest in it is growing. Read more here

Seismos Secures $4m Funding for Flow Monitoring

posted on April 8, 2015 by Seismos in Seismos in the News

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Seismos Inc., a provider of real-time subsurface fluid flow monitoring for oil and gas production optimization, has secured funding of approximately $4 million to power its market rollout and product enhancement efforts. Known as the K-wave Company, Seismos’ primary focus is on the CO2 enhanced oil recovery (EOR) market where... Read More

Data analytics startup Seismos completes capital raise

posted on April 7, 2015 by Seismos in Seismos in the News

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Seismos Inc., a data analytics company, has completed a $4 million Series A round of funding. The Austin startup said the capital will be used “to power its market rollout and product enhancement efforts,” according to a Tuesday announcement. Investors include San Francisco-based Javelin Venture Partners and Philadelphia-based Osage University... Read More

3 Savvy Moves for Clean Energy Entrepreneurs

posted on June 18, 2013 by Seismos in Seismos in the News

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Where is the money in startups these days? Here is a hint: Look at the student-led startup teams finding favor on college campuses during investor competition season. At the Super Bowl of such competitions, held last May at the McCombs School of Business, nothing was trending faster than clean energy.... Read More

MSTC Places at 2013 GVLIC

posted on May 23, 2013 by Seismos in Seismos in the News

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The Global Venture Labs Investment Competition simulates the real-world process of raising venture capital. It is a unique partnership that brings together graduate students and business leaders. The judges function as an investment group seeking to reach consensus on the business venture they would most likely fund. The quality of... Read More

Tremor Device Team Wins UC Berkeley Startup Competition

posted on April 30, 2013 by Seismos in Seismos in the News

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UC Berkeley Startup Competitoin Winners: Pictured l. to r. are competition co-chair Alex Loa, MBA 14; Resido Medical’s Kate Rosenbluth, John Paderi, and Vijay Rajasekhar; Lester Center Executive Director Andre Marquis; and competition co-chair Slava Balter, MBA 14. A team that has developed a device to help patients with hand... Read More

2013 Rice Business Plan Competition Awards $1.5 Million and Crowns World Champion

posted on April 15, 2013 by Seismos in Seismos in the News

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SiNode Systems from Northwestern University crowned World Champion and takes home $911,000 from world’s richest and largest business plan competition. HOUSTON – April 15, 2013 – The 2013 Rice Business Plan Competition (RBPC) crowned SiNode Systems, Northwestern University as the World Champion startup company Saturday night, awarding more than $1.5... Read More

MCTC Team Wins Texas Venture Labs Investment Competition

posted on March 1, 2013 by Seismos in Seismos in the News

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Seismos, the 2013 MSTC Team, won the 2013 Jon Brumley Texas Venture Labs Investment Competition, and will compete in the Global Venture Labs Investment Competition in May at the ATT Center in Austin, Texas. TVL connects local start-up companies with talented and entrepreneurial graduate and Ph.D. students from the MBA,... Read More