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Society of Petroleum Engineers Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition (ATCE)

27–29 October 2014 RAI Centre Amsterdam, The Netherlands

About this Conference

The event will showcase new technologies, products, and best practices, as well as address all conventional and unconventional oil and gas resources from around the world.

ATCE is renowned for its superb technical content and offers:

  • 400+ peer-selected papers covering current applications and future technologies
  • 300+ exhibitors showcasing the latest technologies, new product launches, and valuable industry services
  • Pre- and post-conference training courses, numerous networking events, and activities for students and young professionals

ATCE is organised by the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), a not-for-profit professional association whose more than 124,000 members in 135 countries are engaged in oil and gas exploration and production. SPE is a key resource for technical knowledge providing publications, events, training courses, and online resources at www.spe.org.

ATCE is coming to Europe for only the second time in the event’s 90-year history and we hope you join us! Please take a look around the website to become familiar with the technical programme, identify special events/sessions you’d like to attend, and browse the guest tours available to you in the beautiful city of Amsterdam.

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In response to the ongoing Ebola outbreak, SPE would like to assure attendees of the Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition that we continue to monitor the situation carefully and will be guided by the advice being issued by the Dutch and UK governments. 
The recent outbreak of the Ebola virus primarily affects three countries in West Africa: Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. We are aware of some attendees being refused a visa for entry to The Netherlands based on their originating point of departure.  We are currently monitoring the advice being given by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office as well as the Dutch Government site, the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment.  At present, both sites consider Europe, and The Netherlands in particular, to be at low risk. We will continue to monitor the situation and will be guided by the advice from the national sites. 
We are currently liaising with the three ATCE venues to ensure that proper precautions are observed and extra hand sanitizers are available.