Call for Papers

Showcase your experience to the industry by submitting a paper proposal for consideration.

The programme committee invites you to share your technical innovations and accomplishments by submitting a paper proposal for the 2023 SPE EuropEC conference programme.

Submission Deadline

24 October 2022

 

SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT ►


Submission Topics

Capture, utilisation and storage of fluids in the subsurface

Extraction of heat (geothermal) and materials (e.g. metals) from the subsurface fluids 

Carbon efficient reservoir management

Net Zero energy economics

Machine learning, AI, and Digitisation for more efficient operations

 ⚪ Sustainability in the energy industry


Paper Proposal Submittal Guidelines

General Guidelines

  1. Obtain the necessary clearance from your management. Students wishing to submit an abstract for consideration should obtain prior approval from their university supervisor.
  2. The paper proposal must be a minimum of 225 words and no more than 450 words in length and should include a description of the proposed paper, results/conclusions, and the technical category most applicable to your paper.
  3. Submit your paper proposals online by 24 October 2022
  4. Do not include the title or author names in the body of the abstract. The title and author information will be requested separately through the submission system.
  5. Please note that, if accepted, your paper proposal may be published, as submitted, in conference information media, including on the SPE website.
  6. Authors whose paper proposals are accepted will be required to provide a manuscript for inclusion in the conference proceedings. Authors who do not submit a manuscript and the associated publication forms by the manuscript due date will be withdrawn from the programme and will not be allowed to present. The Programme Committee will review draft manuscripts before the final versions are submitted to SPE for publication. Manuscripts will be due to SPE no later than 10 February 2023.

Changes, Cancellations and Withdrawals

SPE and the Programme Committee consider an accepted abstract as a commitment to present. If extenuating circumstances prevent the author from making the presentation in person, it is the author’s obligation to find an alternative presenter and notify their SPE programme lead and their session chairs (if applicable). Withdrawals must be made in writing to the SPE office as soon as possible. Under no circumstances can a submitted abstract be changed once it has been submitted.