In 2018, two doublets producing hot water from Lower Carboniferous limestones in the south of the Netherlands were told to stop operations. Induced seismicity observed in the area was the main driver behind the decision. In this podcast, we talk to Robert Vörös from QCON, the company that carried out seismic risk assessments and also monitored seismicity through an array of seismometers. Robert and his colleague wrote an interesting paper in the journal about this. What is the mechanism to explain why seismicity took place only after operations were stopped? Find out here!