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Call for Papers

Submission Information

Professionals from the industry are encouraged to submit their paper proposals for the SPE Reservoir Characterisation and Simulation Conference and Exhibition.

Deadline:

Submission is closed.

Language:

English

Length of abstract:

450 words (maximum)

Contact:

dubprog@spe.org

Paper Proposal Categories:

  • Geophysics in Reservoir Characterisation
  • Formation Evaluation and Petrophysics
  • Tight Oil and Gas Reservoirs
  • Field Case Studies
  • IOR/EOR Modelling: Thermal, Chemical and Miscible
  • New Generation Simulators
  • Uncertainty Analysis and Risk Assessment
  • Upscaling Technologies
  • Geostatistics for Geomodeling
  • Collaboration Environments, Visualization and Post Processing
  • Real Time Model Integration to Field Operations
  • Optimization of Mature Reservoirs
  • Geomechanical Characterisation and Modeling
  • Wettability and Fluid Rock Interactions
  • Reservoir Monitoring and Management
  • Rock Typing
  • Fracture Characterization and Modelling
  • Complex Well Modeling
  • Field Development Optimisation
  • New Approaches and Technologies in Reservoir Characterisation
  • Static Modelling
  • Novel Recovery Processes
  • Fluid Characterisation and Compositional Modeling
  • Advances in Modelling Workflows
  • History Matching Best Practices and Experiences
  • Integrated Workflows for Modeling
  • Unconventional Reservoir Modelling
  • Heavy Oil Reservoirs
  • Large Data Mining Applications
  • SCAL and Digital Rock Physics
  • Gas Reservoirs