SPE Europec featured at 79th EAGE Conference and Exhibition 12 - 15 Jun 2017 Paris Expo at Porte de Versailles Paris, France

About this Conference

Dear Colleagues,

The current oil price has entailed profound changes in the way that E&P organisation are developing petroleum assets and resources. Emphasis is always made not only on cost efficiency, but also on operation, sustainability, and risk averse issues. Hence, there is an intense demand of exploring all possible development scenarios in a short time frame to feed decision the making process. It is indeed very common that EOR/IOR are investigated from the first day of production with much less data and minimal time to go to market, while stringent demand is being placed to forecast accurately.

Those extreme requirements have to be supported by innovation in all the domains including the supply chain. Technology and modelling technique in all E&P domains are and will be playing key roles to support those demands.

In this context, SPE EUROPEC 2017 featuring the 79th EAGE Conference & Exhibition, is an opportunity to share new ideas, new research results, and new technological enhancements that would make a step forward in providing new solutions. We look forward to inviting all engineers and scientists from the industry, academia, and research institutions to submit paper proposals to present current developments, case histories and of course new ideas.

Please submit your proposal and take a step towards helping to solve the challenges lying ahead at this important event!

Conference Chairs

Alain Gringarten, Imperial College London

Taoufik Manai, Schlumberger

About SPE

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