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The Collalto Seismic Network (Rete Sismica di Collalto, or RSC) is the infrastructure used to monitor the natural and induced seismicity of the natural gas storage concession known as Collalto Stoccaggio, which is located in northeastern Italy. This network was realized and is currently managed by the Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale (OGS), a public research institute, on behalf of Edison Stoccaggio S.p.A., the storage concession holder.
The storage exploits a depleted natural gas reservoir that was converted into a seasonal reservoir in the 1990s. The reservoir is a geologic trap, with porous and permeable rock layers, a few meters thick, sealed by impermeable formations. The production levels are located at 1500–1600 m depth (Picotti, 2007) and extend approximately over a 10 km×4 km wide area (Fig. 1). The gas storage activity affects four municipalities, all of which are located in the province of Treviso: Susegana, Nervesa della Battaglia, S. Pietro di Feletto, and Conegliano.