9th Korea CCUS International Conference
CLIMT Summit 2019
EGU General Assembly 2019
20th European Symposium on Improved Oil Recovery / EAGE
20th European Symposium on Improved Oil Recovery - IOR 2019
The IOR 2019 conference will take place in the Hotel Parc Beaumont in Pau. The first conference took place in 1981 and since then, the event has been held every 2 years, alternating with te SPE IOR Symposium in Tulsa. Unlike the SPE Symposium, we always move to a different city in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East to ensure that as many engineers and scientists from different countries can attend the symposium. The different event locations also enables regular participants to experience the culture of different parts of Europe and nearby. We expect around 200 engineers, academics, scientists, young professionals from companies, universities and research institutes across Europe and around the world to attend the IOR 2019.
EAGE/DGMK Joint Workshop on Deep Geothermal Energy. Underground Storage of Hydrogen
Sixth EAGE Shale Workshop
The Sixth EAGE Shale Workshop will be held in the picturesque and historic city of Bordeaux from 29 April to 2 May 2019. You are invited to submit abstracts and participate in one of the world’s premier workshops describing the state-of-the-art in shale research. The event is very much a multi-disciplinary and multi-industry affair, attracting representatives from academia, research institutes and the nuclear, petroleum and water industries.
Call for Abstracts Open: 15 May 2018
Registration Opens: 1 June 2018
Call for Abstracts Closes: 15 November 2018
Early Registration Deadline: 15 December 2018
Late Registration Deadline: 22 April 2019
Sixth EAGE Shale Workshop: 28 April - 2 May 2019
Tackling the Carbon Dioxide Challenge for a Sustainable Future / Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Gordon Research Conference
14th CO2GeoNet Open Forum
5th European Meeting on Geological 3D Modelling
“Kursaal Congress Center + Hotel”
The meeting is free of charge, as are the excursions, the Ice Breaker event and, presumably, the conference dinner.
The program is divided into four conference blocks (slots for 30 talks of 15 min., poster sessions and two break-out sessions), accompanied by two excursions and two social events. Please refer to the preliminary program below.
The number of attendees is limited to 100 participants, which allows for three or at the most four participants per organization.
Closest international airports are Zurich, Basel-Mulhouse (F) and Geneva, from where you can reach Bern within 90 minutes and 120 minutes by train, respectively. Train tickets are available at the airport train stations. Train tickets cannot be purchased on the trains.
Please refer to your preferred booking website.
All meeting locations in the city of Berne are within walking distance of each other. Bern also features an excellent public transport network – check with your hotel for a free public transportation card.
The 3D Modelers Running Group (jointly led by Swiss Geological Survey and British Geological Survey) will organize daily pre-conference runs.
Horizontal Wells 2019. Challenges and Opportunities
81st EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2019
Clean Coal technologies 2019
81st EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2019. Embrace Change - Creativity for the Future
Call for Abstracts Opens September: 2018
SPE EUROPEC CFA Closes: 10 October
Registration Opens: December 2018
Call for Abstracts Closes: 15 January 2019
Deadline for Early Registration: 15 March 2019
Deadline for Late Registration: 15 May 2019
EAGE Annual 2019: 3-6 June 2019
European Geothermal Congress - EGEC 2019
The largest geothermal congress in Europe. The European Geothermal Congress is the event which brings together the entire European geothermal sector and attracts many from outside the continent. What makes the conference unique is both its diversity - it provides a varied public with a range of different events -, and its size - it is the largest geothermal congress in Europe
10th Trondheim Conference on CO2 Capture, Transport and Storage
Fourth EAGE Conference on Petroleum Geostatistics
Call for Abstracts is now open!
The Call for Papers is open since 1 October 2018. We encourage you to submit your papers for oral or poster presentations at the conference in the following categories
Geophysics Inverse Problems
Dynamic/Production Data Inverse Problems
Practical Experiences/Company Perspectives
Call for Papers open 1 October 2018
Registration open 1 March 2019
Call for Papers Deadline 15 April 2019
Notification of Programme 15 May 2019
Early Registration Deadline 15 July 2019
Petroleum Geostatistics 2-6 September 2019
Near Surface Geoscience 19
EAGE's annual Near Surface Geoscience Conference & Exhibition is taking place in The Hague, The Netherlands from 8-12 September 2019. For this edition, the event consists of the 25th European Meeting of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics, the 1st Conference on Geophysics for Geothermal and Renewable Energy Storage and the 1st Conference on Geophysics for Infrastructure Planning, Monitoring and GeoBIM.
Register for just one conference and visit the other two for free! Each conference has its own technical programme and a shared exhibition of some of the world's most prominent companies in the Near Surface Geoscience field, who will be showcasing the latest developments in the field. With field trips, field demonstrations and a variety of activities, this is Europe's must see event for the entire Near Surface community!
We have more updates coming soon, therefore keep an eye on this website. For now, check out the Save the Date for important dates.
Fifth International Conference on Fault and Top Seals 2019
About the Conference
This is now the fifth EAGE conference to be held about fault and top seal analysis. Past conferences were highly successful in bringing together scientists from different industries (petroleum, CO2 storage and radioactive waste disposal) and academia, with a wide range of backgrounds (geology, petroleum engineering, petrophysics, geophysics, modelling, geomechanics and geochemistry) to share experiences in this field.
Nevertheless, predicting the behavior of fault and top seals remains a major uncertainty not just in the exploration, appraisal and production of conventional petroleum reservoirs but also in areas such as gas methane and CO2) storage and radioactive waste disposal. It is vital that we continue to share experiences of both successful and unsuccessful applications of fault and top seal analysis so that we can adapt our working practices in order to reduce this organizing committee will continue the tradition of ensuring that this is reflected in the oral and poster presentations.