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Supplementary Materials

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  • Fig. S1. Broadband seismic event locations.
  • Fig. S2. Uranium-to-TOC and thorium-to-clay correlations for a well ~17 km SE of the treatment wellpad.
  • Fig. S3. Model of a vertical strike-slip fault intersecting the Duvernay.
  • Fig. S4. Modeling of pore pressure diffusion along a vertical fault intersected by hydraulic fracture stages within the Duvernay formation.
  • Fig. S5. Geologic creep of a vertical strike-slip fault intersecting the Duvernay over a 50-Ma window of reservoir pore overpressure generation.
  • Fig. S6. Steady-state friction of carbonate-bearing fault accounting for flash heating at asperity contacts.
  • Fig. S7. Evolution of shear stress, slip rate, and slip along the fault induced by hydraulic fracturing (encapsulated in the evolution of the fault effective stress normal in Fig. 5B) shown by continuous gray lines every 5.5 hours starting from stage 23 (accelerated creep), and by red continuous lines every 0.01 s (coseismic slip).
  • Fig. S8. Numerical example of accelerated creep on a frictionally stable fault with homogeneous properties driven by 1D pore pressure diffusion from a point source of constant overpressure.
  • Table S1. Completions data for each stage.

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