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NOG Energy Week 2024: West African Countries Harnessing Gas for Industrialisation to Boost Economic Development

Abuja, Nigeria – Many African countries are harnessing gas and other cleaner and greener energies to drive their industrialisation journey. African countries including Ghana and Nigeria are investing in gas infrastructure and promoting its utilisation, and by extension are addressing energy poverty and environmental challenges.

The Honourable Minister of Energy for Ghana, H.E. Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, who recently confirmed his participation in the NOG Energy Week, taking place from 30 June to 4 July at the ICC, Abuja, amplified the need for competitive financing to propel natural gas projects.

Nigeria, boasting gas reserves of over 200TCF, recently announced plans to execute a gas strategy that will trigger the nations industrialisation and economic growth. NNPC Limited’s Executive Vice President for Upstream, Oritsemeyiwa Eyesan, shared the organisation’s plans to deepen domestic gas utilisation for power generation in a bid to support the manufacturing sector.

To transform the energy sector in West Africa, leveraging natural gas to drive economic growth and development is key. Gas for industrialisation contributes to increasing energy transition progress across the region. From revitalising key industries to fostering innovation, the strategic focus on gas underscores a commitment to propel West Africa towards a future built on energy security and economic resilience. Through the Decade of Gas Initiative by the Nigerian government, industry leaders have continually conveyed a collaborative approach aimed at unlocking the country’s energy resources.

To drive progress in Sub-Saharan Africa’s energy market, energy stakeholders, government officials, regulators, and key industry players are convening at NOG Energy Week 2024 to deliberate on policies aimed at meeting West Africa’s energy demand. The event, themed “Showcasing Opportunities. Driving Investment. Meeting Energy Demand.”, is scheduled to take place from 30 June – 4 July at the International Conference Centre (ICC), Abuja.

Speaking on what stakeholders should expect at NOG Energy Week 2024, the Country Director – Nigeria & Portfolio Director – Africa for dmg events, Wemimo Oyelana, said,

“Our commitment for almost 25 years has been to provide a platform where industry leaders can have frank conversations that proffer solutions to the different challenges the industry is facing. NOG Energy Week has contributed significantly to key policy development & implementation over the years. We look forward to having industry stakeholders discuss pertinent issues including; Attracting International and Regional Funding Into Nigeria’s Energy Sector, Optimising the Significance of Natural Gas as the Fuel Of Choice, and Driving Industrialisation as a Catalyst for Economic Growth.

Expected government officials and industry leaders at NOG Energy Week 2024 are; H.E. Heineken Lokpobiri, Minister of State for Petroleum Resources (Oil), H.E. Ekperikpe Ekpo, Minister of State for Petroleum Resources (Gas), Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, Minister of Energy, Ghana, Engr. Gbenga Komolafe, Commission Chief Executive, Nigerian Upstream Petroleum Regulatory Commission (NUPRC), Engr. Farouk Ahmed, Authority Chief Executive, Nigerian Midstream & Downstream Petroleum Regulatory Authority (NMDPRA), Mele Kolo Kyari, Group Chief Executive Officer,  NNPC Limited, Elohor Aiboni, Managing Director, Shell Nigeria’s Exploration and Production Company Limited, Dr. Philip Mshelbila, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Nigeria LNG, Eberechukwu Oji, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, ND Western, Dr Ernest Azudialu – Obiejesi OFR, Chairman, Nestoil Limited, Adewale Tinubu, Group Chief Executive, Oando PLC, Julius Rone OFR, Group Managing Director, UTM FLNG Limited, Daere Akobo. F.IoD, F.IMC, CMC, Group Chief Executive Officer, PANA Holdings, among others.

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NOG Energy Week 2024 is produced by dmg Nigeria events, a subsidiary of dmg Events with over 80 Conferences and Exhibitions across the world such as Adipec, and Gastech. The 23rd edition of the event will unite leaders, policymakers, regulators, and professionals from across the globe in the oil, gas and energy industry to address energy transition and transformation, as well as emerging business opportunities within the country.

Alongside the Strategic Conference, NOG Energy Week 2024 will also host an international Exhibition, leadership roundtables, a plethora of networking events, and an award ceremony to recognise exceptional achievements and contributions within Nigeria’s energy industry.

For further information about NOG Energy Week 2024, please visit

nogenergyweek.com.

 


The Politics of African Oil Conferences

By Toyin Akinosho

In 1994, South Africa’s first year of fully democratic elections, the Africa Oil Week (AOW) began in Cape Town, the country’s widely acclaimed ‘mother city’.

Christened ‘Africa Upstream’, at the time, the Conference was inaugurated in Camps Bay, “a beautiful locale over the towering Cape peaks, facing the ever cold Atlantic”, reports Duncan Clarke, the AOW’s founder, in his memoir Three Decades in the Long Grass: The story of Global Pacific & Partners. “No facility existed and we used a huge marquee to accommodate the 300 delegates”, the Zimbabwe born Clarke notes in the book.  Clarke enlisted Alec Erwin, “an old friend and minister in Mandela’s cabinet, who had gone to school in Umtali (Mutare), in [then] Rhodesia to give the opening address”.

The second edition of the conference was held in Johannesburg, “unwisely persuaded that this, the heart of sub-Saharan Africa’s economy, would prove a more fertile ground. It didn’t, and the location of the conference in Midrand was a near disaster of logistics and on-site management. Never again, we vowed, so we moved back to the Cape to find the IMAX BMW Centre as our next venue-and for the next 17 years to follow-initially taking a smaller room than the main theatre for the conference meeting”.

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By 2013, the conference had been renamed Africa Oil Week (AOW).

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I’d pause here to scan across the continent to focus on the emergence of NJ Ayuk, a gutsy, charismatic, Cameroonian born, US trained lawyer.

I met NJ Ayuk in 2015, in the company of Thabo Kgogo, then CEO of the JSE listed, South African independent SacOil, at the Cubana bar and restaurant, an upmarket lounge in Cape Town, which was a sundowner favourite hangout of the AOW crowd. At the time, I had watched Ayuk from a distance with a large dose of respect mixed with curiosity and a lot of questions. His Centurion Law firm seemed so unutterably successful for a company headquartered in Equatorial Guinea. It wasn’t lost on me that, even while located in such a back water part of the continent, it was loudly touting Pan African credentials.

How did the Africa Energy Week, created by  Ayuk’s Energy Capital & Power and African Energy Chamber, manage to wrestle down the wrestle down the “gigantic” AOW, which no longer has Duncan Clarke at the helm, but being managed by the Hyve  Group?

The full article is in the October/November 2023 edition of the Africa Oil+Gas Report

 

 


AFRICAN ENERGY CONFERENCE AGENDA -MAY TO NOVEMBER 2023

A periodic update on Conferences and Exhibitions focused on oil and gas and energy in Africa and for Africa in the next eight months..

  • MAY 9 – 11, 2023

EAST AFRICA PETROLEUM CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION

KAMPALA, UGANDA

https://eapce23.eac.int/

  • MAY 16 – 18, 2023

ENLIT AFRICA

CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA

https://enlit-africa.com/

  • MAY 16 – 18, 2023

AFRICA ENERGIES SUMMIT
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM

https://www.frontierenergy.network/global-summits

  • MAY 30 – 31, 2023

MOZAMBIQUE ENERGY & INDUSTRY SUMMIT
CABO DELGADO, MOZAMBIQUE

https://mozambique-ei.com/

  • JUNE 6 – 8, 2023

MOZAMBIQUE ENERGY & INDUSTRY SUMMIT
MAPUTO, MOZAMBIQUE

https://mozambique-ei.com/

  • JUNE 13-15, 2023

THE GLOBAL ENERGY SHOW

CALGARY, CANADA

https://www.globalenergyshow.com

  • JUNE 14-16, 2023

SOUTH SUDAN OIL &POWER

JUBA, SOUTH SUDAN

https://www.southsudanoilpower.com/event/south-sudan-oil-power-2023/

  • JUNE 20-23, 2023

AFRICA ENERGY FORUM

NAIROBI, KENYA

https://www.africa-energy-forum.com/

  • JULY 31-AUGUST 2, 2023

NIGERIA ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION OF THE SOCIETY OF PETROLEUM ENGINEERS

LAGOS-NIGERIA

https://www.naice.spenigeriacouncil.org

  • SEPTEMBER 17-21, 2023

24TH WORLD PETROLEUM CONGRESS

CALGARY, CANADA

https://www.24wpc.com/    info@24wpc.com
+1-403-218-2000

  • SEPTEMBER 27 – 28 ,2023

MOZAMBIQUE GAS & ENERGY SUMMIT & EXHIBITION

MAPUTO, MOZAMBIQUE

https://www.mozambiqueenergysummit.com/forms/contact-us/

  • OCTOBER 9 – 13 ,2023

AFRICA OIL WEEK

CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA

https://africa-oilweek.com/Home

  • OCTOBER 16-20, 2023

AFRICA ENERGY EEK

CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA

https://www.africa-energy-forum.com/

  • NOVEMBER 7-9, 2023

EAST AFRICA ENERGY OIL & GAS SUMMIT AND EXHIBITION (EAOGS)

NAIROBI, KENYA

https://eaogs.com/

  • NOVEMBER 12-16, 2023

41st NIGERIAN ASSOCIATION OF PETROLEUM EXPLORATIONISTS(NAPE) INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION

LAGOS-NIGERIA

https://nape.org.ng/event_listing_type/conference/


AFRICAN CONFERENCE AGENDA -APRIL TO NOVEMBER 2023

A periodic update on Conferences and Exhibitions focused on oil and gas and energy in Africa and for Africa in the next nine months…

  • APRIL 16-20, 2023

NIGERIA INTERNATIONAL ENERGY SUMMIT

ABUJA, NIGERIA

https://nigeriaenergysummit.com/

  • APRIL 17-18, 2023

AFRICA INVESTMENT EXCHANGE: ENERGY IN TRANSITION

RSA HOUSE, LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM

https://africa-investment-exchange.com/events/aix-energy-in-transition-2023/

  • APRIL 25 – 27 2023

NAMIBIA INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CONFERENCE (NIEC)

WINDHOEK, NAMIBIA

www.RichAfricaCo.com, WisaniN@gmail.com

  • APRIL 27–28, 2023

SUB-SAHARA AFRICA ENERGY CONFERENCE (NIEC)

HOUSTON, TEXAS

https://www.assaec.com/  info@ASSAEC.com
+1 281 691 5725

  • MAY 1-4, 2023

OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE

HOUSTON, TEXAS, UNITED STATES

https://2023.otcnet.org/

  • MAY 9 – 11, 2023

EAST AFRICA PETROLEUM CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION

KAMPALA, UGANDA

https://eapce23.eac.int/

  • MAY 16 – 18, 2023

ENLIT AFRICA

CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA

https://enlit-africa.com/

  • MAY 16 – 18, 2023

AFRICA ENERGIES SUMMIT
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM

https://www.frontierenergy.network/global-summits

  • JUNE 13-15, 2023

THE GLOBAL ENERGY SHOW

CALGARY, CANADA

https://www.globalenergyshow.com

  • JUNE 14-16, 2023

SOUTH SUDAN OIL &POWER

JUBA, SOUTH SUDAN

https://www.southsudanoilpower.com/event/south-sudan-oil-power-2023/

  • JUNE 20-23, 2023

AFRICA ENERGY FORUM

NAIROBI, KENYA

https://www.africa-energy-forum.com/

  • JULY 31-AUGUST 2, 2023

NIGERIA ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION OF THE SOCIETY OF PETROLEUM ENGINEERS

LAGOS-NIGERIA

https://www.naice.spenigeriacouncil.org

  • SEPTEMBER 17-21, 2023

24TH WORLD PETROLEUM CONGRESS

CALGARY, CANADA

https://www.24wpc.com/    info@24wpc.com
+1-403-218-2000

  • SEPTEMBER 27 – 28 ,2023

MOZAMBIQUE GAS & ENERGY SUMMIT & EXHIBITION

MAPUTO, MOZAMBIQUE

https://www.mozambiqueenergysummit.com/forms/contact-us/

  • OCTOBER 9 – 13 ,2023

AFRICA OIL WEEK

CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA

https://africa-oilweek.com/Home

  • OCTOBER 16-20, 2023

AFRICA ENERGY EEK

CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA

https://www.africa-energy-forum.com/

  • NOVEMBER 7-9, 2023

EAST AFRICA ENERGY OIL & GAS SUMMIT AND EXHIBITION (EAOGS)

NAIROBI, KENYA

https://eaogs.com/

  • NOVEMBER 12-16, 2023

41st NIGERIAN ASSOCIATION OF PETROLEUM EXPLORATIONISTS(NAPE) INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION

LAGOS-NIGERIA

https://nape.org.ng/event_listing_type/conference/


PETAN rolls out full programme of SAIPEC 2023 features and B2B opportunities

The Petroleum Technology Association of Nigeria (PETAN) has detailed the full programme of activities for the 7th edition of the Sub Saharan Africa International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (SAIPEC 2023), featuring a host of B2B networking and partnership opportunities, spread across five days.

Beginning on 13th February and preceding the main conference, discussions will open up at the African Content Series seminar, hosted by NCDMB and PETAN. Attended by a select number of NOCs, regulators, governments and private sector representatives, it will showcase local content best practices and provide an overview of Africa’s hydrocarbon resource base and the factors that lead to the introduction of local content in the oil and gas industry.

The main conference programme will begin on 14th February over three days, placing its emphasis on the future of the energy, oil, and gas industry in Sub Saharan Africa with local content and regional collaboration continuing at the nucleus of the conversations.

Mr. Chinedu Maduakoh, Managing Director of Topline Limited and SAIPEC Conference Chairman explained; “Industry stakeholders should expect richer insights from our experienced national, regional and international industry leaders and partners at SAIPEC 2023.

“It is well established as a pragmatic platform for international collaborations, which has aided the delivery of greater insight and intelligence on strategies to power the African market for the future using the African Continental Free Trade Area AfCFTA Agreement to bring together regional capabilities.”

He added; “Asides from the topical debates and business, technical and special focus sessions, SAIPEC’s African Content Series (day two) will address the successful implementation of Local Content and opportunities across a series of discussions with heads of NOCs, IOCs, and independent and indigenous oil and gas companies.”

Other areas of the conference programme will cover country specific showcases, the energy transition, diversity, equality and inclusivity – through SAIPEC’s Women in Industry programme and youth empowerment.

The free to attend SAIPEC exhibition will be open from 14 – 16 February, featuring a record number of exhibitors that span various companies specialising in services across the energy, oil and gas value chain.

Finally, a plethora of networking opportunities underpins the main conference and exhibition proceedings including the SAIPEC Awards, a Valentines Ball, drinks receptions and PETAN’S golf day as the concluding event on 17 February.

A full overview of the programme is now available to download via the SAIPEC website https://saipec-event.com/programme .

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Notes to Editors

About the Sub Saharan Africa International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference

SAIPEC is hosted by the Petroleum Technology Association of Nigeria (PETAN), a leading organisation that represents oilfield services and technology companies operating across upstream through to downstream projects. PETAN is a leader in the promotion of innovative engineering and creative solutions, that help advance the petroleum industry both nationally and regionally.

Year on year, SAIPEC continues to address the needs of companies seeking to showcase their innovative solutions and new technologies, and to support the development of major new business and partnerships to benefit Sub Saharan Africa’s petroleum economy.

 For more information on the Sub Saharan Africa International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference or to register to attend as press, please contact:

Aimee Thompsett, GEP

e: athompsett@gep-events.com

t: +44 7904 060927

 Ellen Ishirima, PETAN
e: ellen.ishirima@petan.org
t: +234 803 313 5257

 

 

 


The 7th Mozambique Gas & Energy Summit & Exhibition

Brochure

The 7th Mozambique Gas & Energy Summit & Exhibition, which is officially endorsed by the Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy Mozambique (MIREME) and co-organised in partnership with ENH, will take place in-person from 14 – 15 September 2022 at the Joaquim Chissano International Conference Center in Maputo.

From 14 – 15 September 2022 the Mozambique Gas & Energy Summit & Exhibition will reconvene key Mozambican Government, Ministerial and industry stakeholders with international investors, project developers, and private sector value chain participants to engage in G2G, G2B and B2B networking, develop bilateral and local partnerships and exchange knowledge and best practices.

Download the event brochure today to find out more: https://www.mozambiqueenergysummit.com/forms/download-event-brochure/

#MGES #MozambiqueGasEnergySummit #dmgevents

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Welcome To The 7th Mozambique Gas & Energy Summit & Exhibition

The 7th Mozambique Gas & Energy Summit & Exhibition will take place in person on 14 – 15 September 2022 at the Joaquim Chissano International Conference Center in Maputo, convening national and international energy industry leaders to discuss policies, project developments and the energy transition with the Government of Mozambique, IOCs, NOCs and SMEs.

The event promotes the development of local content, with an international, high visibility conference and exhibition that enhances the development of SMEs and entrepreneurship in the country as well as serving as a platform to share updates on policy and regulation and information on financial support opportunities available for start-ups in Mozambique.

To secure your participation and to get involved, visit: https://www.mozambiqueenergysummit.com/

#MGES #MozambiqueGasEnergySummit #dmgevents

Partner with us

The 7th Mozambique Gas & Energy Summit & Exhibition, which is officially endorsed by the Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy Mozambique (MIREME) and co-organised in partnership with ENH, will take place in-person from 14 – 15 September 2022 at the Joaquim Chissano International Conference Center in Maputo.

Meet and build relations with over 3000 industry professionals working and collaborating to evolve the Mozambican energy landscape to ensure long-term future success for the country and its citizens within the global energy community.

To secure your participation and find out more, visit:

https://www.mozambiqueenergysummit.com/

#MGES #MozambiqueGasEnergySummit #dmgevents

 


‘The BIG SALE’: NAPE Schedules ‘Opportunities in Divestments’ Summit

By Olujonari Takomie, in Lagos

The event aims to focus on the possible benefits to stakeholders

The Nigerian Association of Petroleum Explorationists (NAPE) has announced a workshop to highlight the opportunities in the ongoing divestments of assets by the major international companies operating in Nigeria.

The event, scheduled for July 21, 2022 in Lagos, the country’s commercial capital, “gathers critical stakeholders, decision makers and eminent speakers of the Nigerian oil & gas industry to discuss opportunities, barriers, and solutions to challenges to harness the opportunities in the Nigerian oil & gas divestments”, declares James Edet, NAPE President.

The organization says there have been multiple divestments of oil and gas assets in Nigeria’s onshore and shallow offshore areas in the last 15 years, and “the scale of these divestments keeps getting larger and more frequent”.

NAPE is a 47-year-old association of geoscientists working in the hydrocarbon industry. It is also the largest grouping of technical professionals in any of Africa’s oil and gas producing jurisdictions.

NAPE members have played a prominent part in the divestment process through time. Four of NAPE’s past Presidents have been founding CEOs of four of the country’s top 10 homegrown independent oil and gas producers.

But the proposed event is planned to be a bigger tent: involving speakers and discussants from the banking, legal, regulatory as well as the divesting international operating companies themselves.

“While we focus on the ‘why’, it is also important to focus on the possible benefits to stakeholders”, Mr. Edet (Ph.D), explains in a note.

“This workshop”, he explains, “will x-ray the Nigerian oil & gas divestment activities till-date along this discourse lines:

  • Opportunities from divestment for local players, operators, servicing companies and upstream to midstream infrastructure owners.
  • Solutions to key barriers, challenges, and issues that prevent access to divestment opportunities
  • Implication of Divestment on National Revenue, Community Engagement and Local content
  • Challenges of insecurity, crude theft, and asset decommissioning
  • Funding challenges, divestment strategies and incentives
  • PIA the new laws and policies; regulator’s role in divestments
  • to enable the identification of opportunities for all national companies, operators, servicing companies, down-mid-upstream infrastructure owners”.

 


Experts To Discuss Global Opportunities For Nigeria Energy Sector At NOG 2022, Abuja, Nigeria

The 21st edition of Nigeria’s foremost energy event, NOG Conference and Exhibition is set to hold in person at the International Conference Centre, Abuja from 4 – 7 July 2022.

dmg Nigeria events, the organisers of the event stated that NOG 2022 will host key stakeholders from across the global energy value chain to discuss unique opportunities for Nigeria’s energy resources in the face of global energy demand.

The conference will also discuss key issues such as financing opportunities for energy projects in sub-Saharan Africa, bridging infrastructure gap for improved domestic gas market, opportunities for indigenous companies in the PIA era, technology innovations for decarbonatization across the value chain, and other critical topics, that will help set the nation’s energy agenda for the next 12 months and beyond.

The conversation at this year’s conference is significant as the industry navigates the growing global demand for renewable energy and climate friendly sources of energy in the face of Africa’s unique energy mix requirements. Many industry leaders have also dubbed this to be an opportunity to seek a lasting solution to Africa’s energy poverty and bring the much-needed socioeconomic development.

As part of its commitment to the development of the Nigerian energy industry, NOG will also provide the opportunity to showcase and train industry stakeholders on best in class technology innovations across the value chain through its CPD certified NOG Technical Seminar. The Technical Seminar will host sessions in 5 different streams covering upstream operation, midstream, downstream, digitization and project management.

The NOG Conference and Exhibition annually hosts over 500 delegates, 300 exhibiting companies, 80 industry expert speakers and 40 sessions across 2 conference streams.

2022 Sponsors include: NNPC, Nigeria LNG Limited, Shell, Chevron, Total Energies, ExxonMobil, NCDMB, Prime Atlantic, DCPL, Coleman Wires And Cables, First E & P, ND Westers, Samsung, Nivafer, Russell Smith, Vurin Group, MG Vowgas, PE Energy Ltd, WAV, Trexm Chemicals, and MicCom to date.

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About NOG Conference & Exhibition (NOG 2022)

For over 21 years, the NOG Conference & Exhibition has provided a platform for Presidents, Ministers, Heads of Governments Agencies and CEOs to discuss plans for policy, up-coming projects and solutions to current challenges in the industry.

NOG annually welcomes more than 500 senior level conference delegates, 80+ international speakers, 500 exhibiting companies and 4,000 exhibition visitors. Ensure you are part of this edition which is set to be larger than ever. To know more, visit: https://www.nogevent.com/

About dmg events Nigeria

dmg Nigeria events is an indigenous industry leader in organising and delivering innovative strategic and technical conferences, exhibitions and seminars for the energy industry. Facilitating government and private sector collaboration to promote the development of industries and strengthen economies is at the heart of what we do.

Click here for more information on dmg  events Nigeria: https://www.nogevent.com/about-us/dmg-in-nigeria/

For more information on NOG 2022, please contact Roshan Jan-Mahomed on NOGEnq@dmgevents.com

 

 

 

 

 

 


New Topic Announced for IMAGE ’22 Call for Abstracts

International Meeting for Applied

Geoscience and Energy (IMAGE)

28 August–2 September | Houston, Texas

Call for Abstracts Deadline:

17 March at 5:00 PM (CDT)

ake advantage of the unique opportunity to share your case studies, technological advancements, and research discoveries with the world’s leading assembly of applied geophysicists, thought leaders, and technical experts from around the world.

The IMAGE Committee has added another proposed theme to the lineup! You can now share your knowledge on the History of Petroleum Geoscience. Subtopics include:

  • Evolution of major technical breakthroughs in petroleum exploration and production
  • Advances in technologies for more efficient hydrocarbon extraction
  • Social responsibility and best practices adopted to ensure environmental sustainability
  • Case studies in exploration and development of hydrocarbon resources over the past 100 years

  • Acquisition and Survey Design
  • Anisotropy
  • AVO and Seismic Inversion
  • Borehole Geophysics and Geomechanics
  • Carbonates, Evaporites, and Mixed Systems
  • Low Carbon Solutions
  • Distributed Acoustic Sensing
  • Exploration and Reservoir Surveillance
  • Full Waveform Inversion
  • Geochemistry, Basin Modeling, and Petroleum Systems
  • Gravity and Magnetics
  • NEW! – History of Petroleum Geoscience
  • Geological and Geophysical Interpretation
  • Deep Integration of Data and Disciplines
  • Induced and Passive Seismic
  • Mining
  • Machine Learning and Advanced Data Analytics: Theory and Special Applications
  • New Energy Frontiers, Critical Minerals, Planetary Geoscience
  • Near Surface
  • Integrated Reservoir Characterization
  • Rock Physics
  • Siliciclastic Systems
  • Seismic Modeling
  • Seismic Processing: Emerging Technologies
  • Seismic Processing: Migration
  • Seismic Processing: Multiples, Noise, and Regularization
  • Seismic Theory
  • Structure, Tectonics, and Geomechanics
  • AAPG, SEG, and SEPM Student Research
  • Sustainable Energy Development and Environmental Geoscience
  • Seismic Velocity Estimation
  • Time Lapse
  • Unconventional Resources
  • Vertical Seismic Profile


IVS Industrial Valve Summit – May 25th>26th, 2022

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