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The Programme Committee of the International Petroleum Technology Conference (IPTC) 2025 invites you to submit a paper proposal and contribute to this regional event.

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ABSTRACT CONTENT

A proper review of your abstract requires that it contain adequate information on which to make a judgement. Written in English and containing a maximum of 450 words, abstracts should be summarised into four (4) specific paragraphs:

  • Objective/Scope: Please list the objective and/or scope of the proposed paper (25-75 words).
  • Methods, Procedures, Process: Briefly explain your overall approach, including your methods, procedures and process (75-100 words).
  • Results, Observations, Conclusions: Please describe the results, observations and conclusions of the proposed paper (100-200 words).
  • Novel/Additive Information: Please explain how this paper will present novel (new) or additive information to the existing body of literature that can be of benefit to and/or add to the state of knowledge in the petroleum industry (25-75 words).

Do not include title or author names in the body of the abstract. Title and author information will be requested separately through the submission system.

Oral/ePoster Presentations for the Conference will be selected from abstracts submitted. The Programme Committee will consider abstracts submitted by the deadline of 19 April 2024. Early submission is particularly important to ensure that the committee members have ample time to review the abstracts.
 

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Should you have further questions regarding the Call for Papers, please contact the IPTC at iptc@iptcnet.org or +60.3.2182.3000.

TECHNICAL CATEGORIES

The paper proposal categories below are used to direct the paper proposals to the appropriate subject matter experts for evaluation.

Geoscience

1.    Petroleum Geology
  • Basin Evolution and Modelling
  • Depositional Systems and Diagenesis
  • Hydrocarbon Maturation and Migration
  • Outcrops, Analogues, and Structural Geology
  • Regional Geology and New Exploration Frontiers
  • Seal Analysis
  • Stratigraphic Forward Modelling
  • The Petroleum System: Source to Trap
  • Uncertainty in Petroleum Systems Analysis
2. Geophysical Data Acquisition and Processing
  • Depth Imaging
  • Multi-Component Seismic
  • Multi-Physical Data Integration
  • Near-Surface Geophysics
  • Non-Seismic Methods
  • Passive Seismic
  • Seismic Data Acquisition Technologies
  • Seismic Data Processing
3. Geophysical Imaging and Inversion
  • Advanced Seismic Depth Imaging
  • Amplitude versus Offset (AVO)
  • Borehole Geophysics
  • Earth Model Building, Velocity, and Geophysical Modelling
  • Full Waveform Inversion
  • Rock Physics Modelling
  • Qualitative Interpretation – Seismic Attributes
  • Seismic Anisotropy, Elasticity, and Attenuation
  • Seismic Attributes and Spectral Decomposition
  • Seismic Inversion
  • Quantitative Seismic Interpretation
4. Geoscience Reservoir Characterisation
  • Biostratigraphy
  • Bore Hole Geology
  • Carbonate and Clastic Diagenesis
  • Chemo-Stratigraphy Applications
  • Faults and Fractures Characterisation
  • Geochemical Fingerprinting of Hydrocarbons
  • Hydrodynamic Modelling
  • Petroleum Geochemistry and Source-Rock Analysis
  • Pore Networks
  • Reservoir Characterisation
  • Reservoir Heterogeneity
  • Sedimentology, Facies Prediction, and Mapping
  • Sequence Stratigraphy and Reservoir Characterisation
  • Stratigraphic Traps
  • Unconventional Hydrocarbon Reservoirs
5. Geoscience Static Reservoir Modelling
  • Advances in 3D Numerical Reservoir Modelling
  • Geostatistics and Uncertainty Analysis in Reservoir Modelling
  • Integrated Geostatistical (Stochastic) Seismic Inversion in 3D Reservoir Modelling
  • Numerical Modelling of Fractures
  • Reservoir Geomechanics
  • Upscaling Petrophysical Modelling
6. Groundwater Studies
  • Application of Geosciences for Geothermal
  • Aquifer Numerical Modelling and Simulation
  • Aquifer Test, Characterisation, and Hydrogeological Mapping
  • Groundwater Aquifer Sustainability and Protection
  • Water-Rock Interactions and Oil-Field Brines

 

Reservoir Engineering

7. Reservoir Development and Management
  • Carbonate Reservoir Development
  • Clastic Reservoir Development
  • Digital Fields and Advanced Technologies
  • Field Development and Optimisation
  • Field Management in Congested/Limited Surface Locations
  • Formation Water Management in Gas Fields
  • Fractured Reservoir Development
  • Reservoir Data Integration and Assessment
  • Reservoir Monitoring and Surveillance
  • Risk Assessment in Reservoir Management
  • Well Design and Architecture
8. Reservoir Simulation
  • Complex Well Modelling and Optimisation
  • Geothermal Reservoir Modelling
  • High Performance Computing, Algorithms, and Uncertainty Quantification Methods
  • History Matching and Predication
  • Naturally Fractured Modelling
  • Next Generation Simulators
  • PVT/SCAL/CORE Studies Integration and Saturation Modelling
  • Reservoir Model Resolution and Upscaling
  • Streamline Simulation
  • Tight/Shale Reservoir Modelling

 

Integrated Reservoir Engineering and Geoscience

9. Integrated Reservoir Development and Management
  • Contaminants and Formation Damage
  • Far Field Petrophysics
  • Geosteering, and Well Placement and Optimisation
  • Integrated Reservoir and Production Modelling
  • Reconciliation and New Approaches in Reservoir Modelling
  • Reservoir Benchmarking
  • Reservoir Heterogeneity
  • Reservoir Quality and Prediction
  • Rock Facies, Rock Types, and Flow Units
10. Reservoir Description and Dynamics
  • Advanced Pressure Transient Modelling: Complex Wells, Completions, Fluids
  • Field Well Testing
  • Modelling of Faults and Fractures
  • Upscaling Petrophysical Properties and Models
  • Well Interferences
  • Well Testing Advancement
11. Formation Evaluation
  • Advancements in Open-Hole (Wireline and LWD) and Cased-Hole Logging
  • Complex Lithology Evaluation
  • Deep Water Petrophysics
  • Downhole Coring
  • Fracture and Microseismic Evaluation
  • Impact of Drilling and Drilling Fluid on Logging
  • Integrated Formation Evaluation
  • Low Resistivity Low Contrast Reservoir Evaluation
  • Open-Hole and Cased-Hole Logging Conveyance
  • Petrophysical Advancements in Carbonate and Clastic Reservoirs
  • Petrophysical Characterisation of Reservoirs based on In-situ and 4D Rock Analysis
  • Reservoir Characterisation based on Drill Cuttings
  • Reservoir Fluid Geochemistry
  • Reservoir Saturation Monitoring and Surveillance
  • Rock Petrology and Mineralogy
  • Rock Typing, Permeability, and Saturation Height Function Modelling
  • Surface Data Logging
  • Well Integrity Evaluation
12. Rock and Geomechanics
  • Borehole Stability Prediction and Assessment
  • Cap Rock Evaluation for Well Abandonment
  • Fracturing
  • Geomechanics and Modern Developments
  • Geomechanics for Shale and Tight Reservoirs
  • Geomechanics Modelling
  • Natural Fracture Characterisation
  • Numerical Methods in Geomechanics and Geotechnics
  • Reservoir Geomechanics
  • Rock Mechanics
  • Sanding Prediction and Assessment

 

Drillling and Completions

13. Optimisation of Well Planning and Execution
  • Advancements in Drill Bits and Drilling Tools
  • Complex Well Planning
  • Extended-Reach Drilling
  • Geomechanical Considerations
  • Innovative Well Planning Models
  • Lost Circulation Prevention
  • Performance Drilling and Optimisation
  • Real-Time Operations
  • Remote Drilling Engineering
  • Stuck Pipe Prevention
  • Well Intervention and Optimisation
  • Well Modelling and Simulation
  • Wellbore Quality Considerations
14. Challenges in Well Construction and Completion
  • Casing Annulus Prevention
  • Cementing Practices
  • Deep Wells
  • Drilling with Casing
  • High Pressure/High Temperature Drilling
  • Managed Pressure Drilling
  • Multistage Fractured Horizontal Wells
  • Naturally Fractured Reservoirs
  • Plug and Abandonment
  • Sand Control/Unconsolidated Reservoirs
  • Sour/Corrosive Environment
  • Underbalanced Drilling
  • Well Control
  • Well Integrity
15. Advancements in Drilling and Completions Technology Applications
  • CT Drilling
  • Drilling and Completions Equipment
  • Drilling Systems Automation
  • Intelligent Completions
  • Laser-Based Technology
  • Multistage Fracturing
  • Nanotechnology
  • New Rig Designs
  • Smart Drilling
  • Stimulation
  • Tubulars
  • Wellbore Fluids (Mud/Cement/Frac)

 

Operations and Capital Projects

16. Project Management and Quality
  • Data Transfers and Coherence for Quality Control
  • Fast-Track Projects and Time to Market Challenges
  • Innovative Execution Model for Mega Projects
  • Integrated Venture Structure and Governance
  • Integrity Management
  • Interface Management
  • Joint Development Areas (JDA)
  • Project Management Systems—Integrated Planning
  • Risk Management and Management of Change
  • Standards and Quality Management
  • Value Engineering
17. Concept Engineering, Construction, and Commissioning (The 3 Cs)
  • Advanced Process Control (APC) and AI Algorithms for Production Optimisation and Energy Saving
  • Chemicals Selection for Production Optimisation
  • Complex Facilities and their Constructabilities
  • Concept Selection—Scoping and Feasibility
  • Cost Management Systems—Cost Reporting and Control
  • Design and Engineering
  • Electrical and Non-Electrical Utilities, Drainage Systems
  • Energy Efficiency in Concept and/or Detail Engineering
  • Facilities Debottlenecking With or Without Plant in Operations
  • Floating Production Storage and Offloading Development
  • GHG Protocol in Concept Selection
  • Handover and Project Closure
  • Integrated Planning
  • Offshore Development
  • Operations Readiness
  • Power Generation and Renewable Energies
  • Practices of Expertise and Assurance to Add the Value of Engineering
  • Procedures Development for Commissioning
  • Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability (RAM) Study
18. Facilities Discipline Engineering
  • Civil and Structural Engineering
  • Disposal Systems
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Instrument, Control, Electrical
  • Integrated Facilities
  • Machinery and Rotating Equipment
  • Materials and Corrosion
  • Measuring Equipment Control Devices and Custody Transfer
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Pipelines
  • Piping Engineering and Flow Induced Vibrations
  • Process Engineering
  • Process Safety
  • Simulations and Digital Twin/Hybrid Models
  • Subsea and Offshore
19. Asset Life Cycle Maintenance and Integrity
  • AI Algorithms for Consumable Optimisation
  • Chemical Management
  • Computerised Maintenance Management Systems
  • Corrective Maintenance and Intervention
  • Corrosion Inhibition and Management
  • End of Life Monitoring, Recycling, and Facilities Removal
  • Equipment Strategies and Sparing Philosophy for Cost Saving
  • Flow Assurance
  • FMAE, Criticality, and Reliability-Centred Maintenance RCM
  • Hydrate Inhibition
  • Innovation Materials for Internal Coating
  • Integrity Strategy
  • Modelling Applications to Enhance Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability
  • Mothballing, Preservation and LNG Tanks Warm Up
  • Pipeline Maintenance (Including Pigging)
  • Preventative Maintenance and Inspection Programmes
  • Produced Water Management and Disposal
  • Resuming Production Phases from Mothballing
  • Rotating Equipment Life Cycle Optimisation
  • Sand Control and Sand Management
  • Shutdowns and Turnarounds
  • Slugging
  • Spare Part Handling, Cataloguing, and Storing
  • Storage and Transportation
20. Processing
  • Advances in Operational Efficiency in Oil and Gas and LNG Processing
  • Amine Degradation Products Removal and Handling
  • Bacteria Management
  • Chloride Management in Amine Systems
  • Compressor Recycling Philosophy for Energy Optimisation
  • Crude Oil Processing
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  • Enhancements in Sour Gas Treatment
  • Flare Gas Recovery and GHG Emissions
  • Flow Assurance
  • Helium Recovery for Gas Operations
  • Hydrate Formation/Inhibitors (such as MEG/KHI) Processing and Recovery
  • Mercury Removal in NGL Recovery
  • Mixing Fluid Streams
  • Oil and Gas Mixed Phase Separation Innovative Technologies
  • Oxygen Enrichment for Sulfur Recovery De-Bottlenecking
  • Pressure Drops Turned Into Energy Recovery
  • Process Burners/Furnaces in Sulfur Recovery and Gas Treatment
  • Processing Advanced Technology
  • Production Chemistry
  • Refrigeration Cycles Optimisation
  • Refrigeration Systems in NGL Recovery and Gas Treatment
  • Relief/Flare Systems Design and Case Studies
  • Scale Management
  • Smart Chemicals
  • Smart Energy Efficiency Applications
  • Sour Condensate Stripping
  • Sulphur Recovery
  • Tail Gas Treatment for Sulfur Recovery
  • Water Cooling Open/Closed Loop Systems
  • Water Treatment and Management
21. Operation Facility Management
  • Autonomous Operation
  • Control Systems
  • Data Management
  • Exception-Based Surveillance
  • ICSS Alarms Management
  • Innovation in Operation Management
  • Integrated Flow System Modelling
  • Integrated Reviews
  • Metering and Allocation
  • Monitoring
  • Operational Efficiency and Excellence
  • Opportunity Identification and Opportunity Maturation Process
  • Scheduling and Execution
  • Unmanned/Remote Operations
  • Waste Management
22. Case Studies
  • Acid Gas Enrichment
  • Advances in Operational Efficiency in Oil and Gas Processing
  • Biocide Management in Cooling Water Closed Circuit
  • Composite Repairs for Pipework
  • Concept Selection and Front-End Engineering Design
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  • Digitalisation in Midstream Oil and Gas Processing
  • Energy Optimisation
  • Flaring Limitation Management Due to Tip/Stack Issues
  • Glycol and Naphthalene Management in The Amine Circuits
  • Handling NORM
  • Heat Exchangers Fouling Prediction Methods and Monitoring
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  • LNG Storage Tanks Stratification Monitoring
  • Major Projects
  • Mercury Removal from Contaminated Equipment
  • Minor Projects
  • Novel Technologies in Oil and Gas Processing
  • Onshore and Offshore
  • Plant Piping Corrosion
  • Process Control and Instrumentation
  • Process Optimisation
  • Smart Energy Efficiency Applications
  • Sour Gas Treatment
  • Wastewater Phenols/Aromatics Treatments
  • Wide-Range Feed Composition Changes

 

Gas

23. Gas Value Chain
  • Flare Gas Recovery
  • Gas Cycling
  • Gas Processing
  • Gas Sweetening/Sour Gas Development/H2S Removal and Disposal
  • Gas Transition i.e. Hydrogen
  • GHG Management
  • GTL (Gas to Liquids)
  • Innovations in NGL Recovery and LNG
  • LNG Processing
  • LNG Planning and Chartering Contract
  • Market, Pricing and Application
  • Transportation/Pipelines/Storage

 

IOR/EOR

24. IOR/EOR
  • Chemical Flooding
  • Conformance Technologies
  • Emerging EOR Technologies
  • EOR for Unconventional
  • EOR Monitoring and Surveillance
  • EOR Well Design
  • EOR/IOR Modelling and Simulation
  • Gas Injection (CO2, N2, Foam, etc.)
  • Microbial Flooding
  • Novel Technologies
  • Salinity EOR
  • Sustainable EOR Solutions
  • Thermal EOR
  • Tracer Studies

 

Production Engineering

25. Well Production and Sustainability
  • Advanced Coiled Tubing Intervention
  • Advanced Completion
  • Artificial Lift
  • Flow Assurance
  • Fracturing and Stimulation
  • Long Life Production Strategy
  • Operating Envelopes
  • Produced Water Management
  • Production Portfolio Management
  • Real-Time Operations and Monitoring
  • Remote Operations
  • Safe Casing Running Practices
  • Sand Production Control
  • Tracers Injection and Application
  • Water and Gas Injection
  • Well Abandonment
  • Well Control
  • Well Integrity, Intervention, and Surveillance
  • Well Production Optimisation

 

Unconventionals

26. Unconventional Resources Evaluation and Characterisation
  • Fluid Characterisation for Unconventional
  • Geomechanics for Shale and Tight Reservoirs
  • Geophysics for Shale and Tight Reservoirs
  • Geoscience in Support of Plays Development: Keeping Subsurface at Sight
  • Heavy/Extra Heavy Carbonate Unconventional Reservoirs
  • Innovative solutions for Streamlined G&G Processes in Unconventional Evaluation
  • Integrated Workflows: Case Studies for Sweet-Spotting
  • Petroleum Geochemistry and Source-Rock Analysis
  • Petrophysics for Shale and Tight Reservoirs
  • Predicting and Mapping Fluid Phase and Composition
  • Shale and Tight Reservoir Characterisation
  • Shale and Tight Reservoirs Emerging Plays Evaluation
  • Shale and Tight Static Reservoir Modelling
  • Unconventional Laboratories Testing and Analysis
  • Unconventional Reservoir 3D Modelling and Simulation
27. Unconventional Drilling and Completion
  • Advances in Geosteering for Unconventional
  • Case Studies on Unconventional Wellbore Integrity/Failures/Casing Deformation
  • Drill Well Completion
  • Efficiency and Cost Reduction
  • Multi-Pad Drilling
  • Unconventional Drilling Challenges in High Pressure/High Temperature Environments
  • Unconventional Well Completion
  • Unconventional Well Construction Best Practices
28. Unconventional Stimulation and Operational Efficiency
  • Cased Hole Logging and Perforations Technology Advancement
  • Coiled Tubing Operations and Technologies
  • Completion Technologies for Stimulation (MSF, PnP, CT Fracturing, and Diversion)
  • Environmentally Sustainable Operations (Water Conservation, Recycling and Disposal)
  • Fracture Diagnostics and Monitoring
  • Fracture Modelling
  • Fracturing Fluids and Proppant
  • Multistage Hydraulic Fracture Stimulation Best Practices (Logistics and Supply Chain)
  • Multi-Well Pad Simultaneous Stimulation Operations
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  • Unconventional Operational Efficiency (Innovative Solutions, Technology Implementation)
  • Unconventional Well Testing Best Practices (Flaring, Produced Sand Management, etc.)
  • Water and Sand Management for Hydraulic Fracturing
29. Unconventional Production and Economics
  • Artificial Lift for Unconventional
  • Decline Curve Analyses, Well Testing, and Rate Transient Analysis (RTA)
  • Field Development Scenarios
  • Recycle the Know-How and Best Practices Between Unconventional and Conventional
  • Reservoirs Production Performance Prediction
  • Unconventional Asset Life Cycle Maintenance and Integrity
  • Unconventional Economics
  • Unconventional Facilities Engineering, Project Management, and Modularisation Concepts
  • Unconventional Facilities Produced Water Management
  • Unconventional Facilities Remote Operations
  • Unconventional Gas Processing/Operations
  • Unconventional Resources and EUR Estimation
  • Unconventional Wells Flow Assurance
  • Well Interference and Optimal Spacing

 

Overarching Themes

30. Business, Commercial and Risk Management
  • Business Impact and Resiliency
  • Commercial Structures (Tax Royalty, Production Sharing Agreements, Joint Ventures, etc.)
  • Cross Border Development and Production
  • Economical, Commercial, and Political Risks
  • Enterprise Mobility
  • Financing in Oil and Gas
  • Risk Assessment
  • Strategic Resource Planning and Management in a Cyclical Industry
31. Health, Safety and Security
  • Asset Integrity
  • Crisis Management
  • H&S Management Systems
  • Management of Contractors
  • Safety Leadership, Culture, and Human Factors
  • Site Security and Mitigation
  • Terrorism, Hijacking, and Kidnapping
32. Social Responsibility
  • Corporate Social Responsibility/Community Development Projects
  • Education and Capability Building
  • Local Skills Development
33. Lessons Learnt and Knowledge Management
  • Building Organisational Capability
  • Business Continuity
  • Centres of Excellence (COE) and Virtual Teams
  • Data and Knowledge Sharing
  • Knowledge Transfer and Management
  • Lessons Learnt Culture
  • Use of Social Visual Media
34. Human Resources
  • Engaging and Managing Future Talent
  • Knowledge Transfer and Management
  • Labour Welfare
  • Strategic Resource Planning and Management in a Cyclical Industry
  • Talent Management and Retention
  • Workforce Diversity and Inclusion

 

Digital, Data Analytics, and Automation

35. Cloud Computing
  • Cloud Infrastructure/Platforms/Services
  • High Performance Computing (HPC)
  • Private/Public/Multi/Hybrid Clouds Applications
36. Big Data/Artificial Intelligence
  • Applications for the Oil and Gas Industry and Other Industries
  • Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning/Deep Learning Applications for the Oil and Gas Industry and Other Industries
  • Big Data Management/Analytics
  • Data Engineering and Anonymisation
  • Data Mining and Data Collection
  • Data Security
  • Edge Analytics
  • Hybrid Data-Physics Modelling
  • Practical ML Deployment/Lessons Learned
37. Robotics, Advanced Sensing, and the Internet of Things (IOT)
  • Automation and Mechanisation
  • Digital Fields
  • Digital Twins
  • Distributed Fibre Sensing and Algorithms
  • Distributed Sensing Networks
  • Downhole Sensing and Mechatronics
  • Drones and Robotics Applications in Oil and Gas
  • Edge Computing and Remote Sensing
  • High Temperature Electronics and Sensors
  • IoT Applications in Oil and Gas
  • Mobility
  • Multiphysics Logging Tools
  • Quantum Sensors
  • Subsurface Photonics
38. Adoption and Scalability
  • AI Ethics
  • Citizen Data Scientists
  • Data Democratisation and Anonymisation
  • Digital Transformation Strategy
  • Human Factors Engineering in AI
  • Talent Development
  • Project Collaboration Best Practices
  • Subsurface Data Integration and Best Practices in Data Exchange (related to OSDU)
39. Emerging Topics
  • Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing)
  • Agile Prototyping
  • Blockchain
  • Cross Domain/Process Integration
  • Cybersecurity for Operation Technology (OT) based on Artificial Intelligence
  • DevOps/MLOps
  • Generative AI and Large Language Models
  • Hyper-Automation
  • Immersive Technology (Augmented/Virtual/Mixed Reality)
  • No Code/Low Code Machine Learning (Auto Machine Learning)
  • Quantum Computing
  • Unconventional Computing (Quantum, Molecular, Cognitive)

 

Decarbonisation

440. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)/ Carbon Capture, Utilisation, and Storage (CCUS)
  • Bio Energy Carbon Capture and Storage (BBCCS)
  • CO2 Capturing and Transportation
  • CO2 Sequestration
  • CCS in Aquifers
  • CCUS and EOR
  • CO2 Storage Modelling for CCS Projects
  • CO2 Utilisation in Biofuels
  • CO2 Utilisation in Materials
  • CO2 Measurement, Monitoring and Verification (MMV)
  • Emerging CO2 Utilisation Technologies
  • Geomechanics for CCUS (Carbon Capture, Compression/Injection and Storage)
  • Storage in Basalt/Depleted Oil/Gas Reservoirs
  • CO2 Storage and Site Selection
41. CO2 Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle
  • Advanced Materials
  • CO2 to Chemicals
  • CO2 to Synthetic Fuels
  • CO2-Foam Drilling
  • Conformance Control
  • E-Fuels
  • Enhanced Oil Recovery
  • Fracking
  • Leak Detection and Repair
  • Supercritical CO2 in Industrial Processes
  • Supercritical CO2 in Power Generation
42. Carbon Footprint Reduction Solutions/Processes
  • Direct Air Capture
  • Electrification of Upstream Operations
  • Fugitive Methane Reduction
  • Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)
  • Mobile CO2 Capture
  • Nature Based CO2 Capture
  • Oil/Water Separation and Water Shut-Off
  • Reduce CO2 Emissions
  • Water Cut Reduction Technologies—IOR, Downhole
43. Sustainable/Green Energy
  • Ammonia
  • Bioenergy and Biofuels
  • Decarbonisation and GHG Emissions Management and Control
  • Emerging Green Energy Technologies
  • Emerging Themes to Enhance Energy Efficiency
  • Energy Efficient Designs Systems and Conservation Technologies
  • Energy Saving Technologies and Systems
  • Gas Storage
  • Geothermal Energy
  • Gold Hydrogen
  • Green Nanotechnology
  • Green Power Systems
  • Hydrogen Storage/Hydrogen Transportation
  • Hydrogen Technologies
  • Renewable Energy
44. Environmental Issues and Solutions
  • Bioenergy and Biofuels
  • Geosciences Applications (Hazard Prediction)
  • Life Cycle Analysis of Energy Sources (Solar Cells, Batteries, etc.)
  • Produced Water Management and Disposal
  • Produced Water Recycle and Reuse
  • Produced Water Treatment
  • The Food Energy Water (FEW) Nexus
  • Waste Management
  • Water Pollution and Control
45. Policies, Strategies, and Governance
  • Carbon Offsetting
  • Carbon Trading
  • Green Energy Policies and Programmes
  • Greenhouse Gas and Climate Change Policies
  • Low Carbon Economy Strategies and Governance
  • Process Safety and Asset Integrity
  • Sustainable Energy Management Policies
  • The Circular Carbon Economy Framework
  • The Economics of CCUS
  • The Hydrogen Economy
  • The Role of Governance and Regulations in Carbon Markets and Pricing
  • Water Discharge Policies and Regulations
46. Emissions Measurement, Detection and Management
  • Digital Innovation in Emissions Tracking and Management
  • Efficient Carbon Management
  • Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR)
  • Zero Flaring
  • Blue Hydrogen

 

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