CSUG and SPE to Present New Canadian Conference on Unconventional Resources

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Dana Otillio
+1.972.952.9471
dotillio@spe.org

RICHARDSON, Texas, USA (4 November 2009)—The Canadian Society for Unconventional Gas (CSUG) and the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) will present a new, joint meeting, the Canadian Unconventional Resources and International Petroleum Conference, scheduled for 19–21 October 2010 at the BMO Center at Stampede Park in Calgary, AB, Canada.

The new conference combines and broadens topics that were previously covered by CSUG’s Annual Unconventional Gas Conference and the Petroleum Society of Canada’s Canadian International Petroleum Conference (CIPC) to create a premier international event presenting the latest knowledge on finding, developing, and producing unconventional gas and heavy oil in Canada and around the globe.

In August 2009, the Petroleum Society of Canada merged with SPE. The combination of these two important membership groups will result in a dynamic program and strong attendance for this new conference.

The technical program will be planned by members of both societies and will consist of peer-selected, full-length manuscripts as well as presentations. With this format, authors benefit from having their papers included in OnePetro, an online, multisociety library of technical documents and journal articles serving the E&P industry. The papers may also be considered for publication in SPE’s Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology.

Information about submitting paper proposals for consideration will be available soon at website.

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About CSUG

The  Canadian Society for Unconventional Gas is a not for profit industry funded association that was created in 2002 to facilitate the factual and collaborative exchange of unconventional gas knowledge and challenges amongst government, regulators, industry and public stakeholders for the exploration and production of the resource in an environmentally sensitive and economical manner.

About SPE

The Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) is a not-for-profit professional association whose members are engaged in energy resources development and production. SPE serves 88,000-plus members in 118 countries worldwide. SPE is a key resource for technical knowledge related to the oil and gas exploration and production industry and provides services through its publications, conferences, workshops, forums and website.

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