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20-22 October 2024
Alexandria, Egypt
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Call for Papers

FUELLING SUSTAINABLE GROWTH:

  1. Integrating Renewables Into O&G Business
  2. Climate Change and adaptation
  3. Managing Environmental Footprint
  4. HSE & Asset Integrity
  5. Environment & Sustainable Development
  6. Water Management
  7. Hydrogen
  8. CCUS/CCS
  9. Renewable Technologies
  10. Process Safety
  11. Zero Flaring
  12. Co2 emissions
  13. Waste Management
  14. Others

DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION:

  1. Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence
  2. Robots to Replace Human Beings in the Oilfield or Smart Addition?
  3. Drones, Assistive Robotics, Industrial Tele‐Robotics
  4. Automation and Mechanisation
  5. Big Data Analytics
  6. Digital Oil Field
  7. Remote Working and Cloud Services
  8. Big Data Applications, Real‐Time Events Processing, and Predictive Analytics
  9. Oil and Gas 4.0 Innovative Use—Cases and Applied Technologies
  10. Digitally Enabling Organizations
  11. Digitai Production Optimisation
  12. Others

TECHNOLOGIES, INNOVATION AND COOPERATION:

  1. Exploration Challenges & Solutions
  2. Drilling & Completion
  3. Reservoir & Production Optimization
  4. Facilities & Subsea
  5. Flow Assurance
  6. Brown Field Production Enhancement
  7. Advances in Technology and Solution for Well integrity in Low Cost Era
  8. New Technologies Driving Costs Down
  9. Subsea Asset Integrity
  10. Subsea Interventions
  11. Smart Completions
  12. Unlocking Potential
  13. Mutiphase Pumping Technologies
  14. Others

PEOPLE DEVELOPMENT AND DIVERSITY:

  1. Human Capital and Talent Management
  2. Organisational Development
  3. Leadership Development, Succession Management and Empowerment
  4. What Does a Future Leader Need to Know?
  5. Building the Next Generation of Petro Technical Professionals
  6. Cost‐Effective Training and Development
  7. Effective Knowledge Management Strategies
  8. Talent Acquisition Strategies
  9. Workforce Engagement Strategies
  10. Coaching and Mentoring
  11. Others

OIL FIELD DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT:

  1. Development plan optimisation of the reserves and project economics
  2. Challenges of gas injection and production/process optimization
  3. Advances in water flooding management (capturing learnings from mature reservoirs)
  4. Achieving eExceptional recovery (case studies)
  5. Enhanced oil recovery
  6. Operational excellence
  7. The development of tight Oil resevoir
  8. Re-evaluation of field productivity in old reservoir
  9. Tight formation
  10. Production optimisation through the end life of reservoirs
  11. Field development challenges related to supply chains
  12. Field development uncertainty analysis
  13. Workflow for mature oil fields
  14. Extending the economic life of mature fields
  15. Marginal field development and optimisation
  16. Fast tracking field development
  17. Artificial lift application
  18. Others

GEOSCIENCES:

  1. New technologies in exploration (Case Studies)
  2. Geostatic and static modelling
  3. Advances in seismic acquisition technologies
  4. Near brownfield exploration
  5. Exploration in frontier basins
  6. Reservoir characterisation
  7. AI in Seismic Interpretation and Reservoir Characterization.
  8. Advances in Cased Hole logging.
  9. Advances in Formation Fluids Sampling.
  10. Petroleum System and Sediments supply in Frontier Basins.
  11. Exploration in Mature Basins.
  12. Cased hole logging technology.
  13. Geoscience technology development.
  14. Seismic reservoir characterization (inversion, 4D).
  15. Others

GAS FIELD DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT:

  1. Gas LNG and CNG Technologies
  2. Advanced stimulation technologies for tight gas reservoirs
  3. Advanced technology completion strategies for marginal tight  gas
  4. Efficient utilisation of energy in gas processing
  5. Gas wells deliquification
  6. Floating LNG units
  7. The Development of Small Gas Discovery
  8. The Development of tight gas reservoir
  9. Optimised Gas field development plan
  10. Gas field development and optimization
  11. Challenges related to production of sour gas from HP/HT Reservoirs
  12. Others

DRILLING OPERATIONS:

  1. New Protocols and Technology in Well Control
  2. Best Practices in Well Delivery; From Concept to Production
  3. Step Change in Drilling Efficiency
  4. Real Value of Real-Time Drilling Operations
  5. Advances in Drilling Bit Technology and Deployment
  6. Drilling Beyond the Limit
  7. Managed Pressure Drilling Advantages vs. Under Balance Drilling Application for Sour Fields
  8. Drilling Waste Management and Zero Discharge Drilling Technology
  9. Advancements in Rig Equipment
  10. Advances in Drilling Technology
  11. Managing Losses in Highly Fractured Formation
  12. Drilling Operations Best Practices and Optimisation
  13. Advances in Drilling Fluid
  14. Advances in Cementing Technology
  15. Footprint Reduction in Drilling Operations, Energy Efficient Drilling Rigs
  16. Drilling Automation and AI in Drilling
  17. Automated/Intelligent Drilling Fluids Monitoring Systems
  18. Geothermal Wells
  19. Coiled Tubing Drilling and Economics
  20. Well control standards and safe operations
  21. Rig design and selection for operations optimisation
  22. Preliminary well bore control and zonal isolation
  23. New protocols and technology in well control
  24. Best practices in well delivery
  25. Others

DRILLING OPERATIONS:

  1. New Protocols and Technology in Well Control
  2. Best Practices in Well Delivery; From Concept to Production
  3. Step Change in Drilling Efficiency
  4. Real Value of Real-Time Drilling Operations
  5. Advances in Drilling Bit Technology and Deployment
  6. Drilling Beyond the Limit
  7. Managed Pressure Drilling Advantages vs. Under Balance Drilling Application for Sour Fields
  8. Drilling Waste Management and Zero Discharge Drilling Technology
  9. Advancements in Rig Equipment
  10. Advances in Drilling Technology
  11. Managing Losses in Highly Fractured Formation
  12. Drilling Operations Best Practices and Optimisation
  13. Advances in Drilling Fluid
  14. Advances in Cementing Technology
  15. Footprint Reduction in Drilling Operations, Energy Efficient Drilling Rigs
  16. Drilling Automation and AI in Drilling
  17. Automated/Intelligent Drilling Fluids Monitoring Systems
  18. Geothermal Wells
  19. Coiled Tubing Drilling and Economics
  20. Well control standards and safe operations
  21. Rig design and selection for operations optimisation
  22. Preliminary well bore control and zonal isolation
  23. New protocols and technology in well control
  24. Best practices in well delivery
  25. Others

OFFSHORE INFRASTRUCTURE REUTILIZATION & DECOMMISSIONING

  1. Offshore Engineering—Structural Engineering
  2. HSE, Security, and Sustainability—Protecting Environment
  3. HSE, Security, and Sustainability—Lessons Learnt from Incidents and Investigations
  4. Integrated Shipping and Logistics—Lessons Learnt from the Pandemic in Shipping
  5. Others

ADDITIONAL TOPICS

  1. Methane Emission Reduction
  2. Green Petrochemicals (Ammonia, Methanol, Ethanol)
  3. SAF (Sustainable Aviation Fuel)
  4. Electrification

ADDITIONAL TOPICS

  1. Methane Emission Reduction
  2. Green Petrochemicals (Ammonia, Methanol, Ethanol)
  3. SAF (Sustainable Aviation Fuel)
  4. Electrification

Call for Papers Guidelines

Abstracts for the Mediterranean Energy Conference MOC 2024, organized by the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources of Egypt, must be received by the MOC 2024 Conference Committee by July 9th, 2024.

Abstracts received after the deadline will not be taken into consideration for the conference program. Paper proposals received before the deadline will be reviewed and evaluated by the MOC 2024 Program Committee based on the information provided in the abstract, in accordance with the following criteria:

Guidelines for Authors

Corresponding authors of papers selected for inclusion in the MOC 2024 Conference Program will be notified by July 20th, 2024, at the latest.

Speaker fees

Egyptian Speaker

EGP 2.500

Foreign Speaker

USD 450

For further information, please contact:

Ms Gehan Megahed

Call for Papers Timeline

26 Jan
Call for papers open
12 May
Call for papers extended deadline
1 Sept
Final papers submission deadline
31 Mar
Call for papers close
31 May
Authors Notification
15 Sept
Speakers registration deadline

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