18–20 OCTOBER 2022
ALEXANDRIA, EGYPT

Under the Patronage of the
Egyptian Ministry of Petroleum
and Mineral Resources

 

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18–20 OCTOBER 2022

ALEXANDRIA, EGYPT

Bibliotheca Alexandrina Conference center

The Premier Energy Event for the Mediterranean

and North African Region

UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE EGYPTIAN MINISTRY OF PETROLEUM AND MINERAL RESOURCES

18–20 OCTOBER 2022

ALEXANDRIA, EGYPT

Bibliotheca Alexandrina Conference center

The Premier Energy Event for the Mediterranean

and North African Region

UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE EGYPTIAN MINISTRY OF PETROLEUM AND MINERAL RESOURCES

18–20 OCTOBER 2022

ALEXANDRIA, EGYPT

Bibliotheca Alexandrina Conference center

The Premier Energy Event for the Mediterranean

and North African Region

UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE EGYPTIAN MINISTRY OF PETROLEUM AND MINERAL RESOURCES

18–20 OCTOBER 2022

ALEXANDRIA, EGYPT

Bibliotheca Alexandrina Conference center

The Premier Energy Event for the Mediterranean

and North African Region

UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE EGYPTIAN MINISTRY OF PETROLEUM AND MINERAL RESOURCES

18–20 OCTOBER 2022

ALEXANDRIA, EGYPT

Bibliotheca Alexandrina Conference center

The Premier Energy Event for the Mediterranean

and North African Region

UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE EGYPTIAN MINISTRY OF PETROLEUM AND MINERAL RESOURCES

 

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Call for Papers Topics

FUELLING SUSTAINABLE GROWTH:

• Integrating Renewables Into O&G Business to Create a Diversified Energy Mix
• Adapting to the Challenges of Climate Change
• Managing Your Environmental Footprint
• HSE & Asset Integrity Assurance
• Environment & Sustainable Development
• Water Management in Upstream Operations
• Assessing the future of Hydrogen projects
• The Outlook for CCUS/CCS
• Renewable Technologies
• Process Safety
• Zero Flaring
• Co2 emissions
• Waste Management
• Others

DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION:

• Integrating Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence into Digital Operations and Infrastructures
• Can the Utilization of Robotics Replace Human Beings in the Oilfield?
• Integrating Drones, Assistive Robotics, Industrial Tele‐Robotics
• Automation and Mechanisation to Drive Efficiency
• Big Data Analytics
• Digital Oil Field Technologies
• Remote Working and Cloud Services
• Big Data Applications, Real‐Time Events Processing, and Predictive Analytics
• Oil and Gas 4.0 Innovative Use—Cases and Applied Technologies
• Digitally Enabling Organizations to Boost Operational Efficiency

TECHNOLOGIES, INNOVATION AND COOPERATION:

• Overcoming Exploration Challenges Through Technical
• Drilling & Well Completion
• Boosting Reservoir Flow Assurance & Optimizing Production Output
• Developing Subsea Facilities
• Ensuring Flow Assurance
• Brown Field Production Enhancement
• Advances in Technology and Solution for Well integrity in Low-Cost Era
• Harnessing New Technologies to Driving Down Costs
• Subsea Asset Integrity
• Subsea Interventions
• Smart Completions
• Unlocking Potential
• Mutiphase Pumping Technologies
• Others

PEOPLE DEVELOPMENT AND DIVERSITY:

• Identifying Human Capital and Talent Management
• Organisational Development
• Leadership Development, Succession Management and Empowerment
• What Does a Future Leader Need to Know?
• Building the Next Generation of Petro Technical Professionals
• Cost‐Effective Training and Development
• Effective Knowledge Management Strategies
• Talent Acquisition Strategies
• Workforce Engagement Strategies
• Coaching and Mentoring
• Others

OIL FIELD DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT:

• Optimising Reserve Development Plan and Assessing Project Economics
• Overcoming the Challenges of Gas Injection and Production/Process Optimization
• Advances in Water Flooding Management (Capturing Learnings from Mature Reservoirs)
• Achieving Exceptional Recovery—Case Studies
• Field Development—Understanding Uncertainty Analysis
• Workflow for Mature Oil Fields
• Well Testing and Production Logging (Fractured Reservoirs with Horizontal Wells)
• Extending the Economic Life of Mature Fields
• Mature Field Re‐Development and Challenges
• Optimising Marginal Field Developments
• Enhanced Oil Recovery
• Unconvential Hydrocarbon Resources
• Fast Tracking Field Development
• Reservoir Simulation Studies
• Artificial Lift Application
• Operational Excellence
• Field Development Challenges related to Supply Chains
• Others

GEOSCIENCES:

• Identifying New Technologies in Exploration – Case Studies
• Geostatistics and Static Modelling
• Data Driven Analytics Application in Geoscience
• Cased Hole Logging Technology
• Geoscience Technology Development and Deployment
• Advances in Seismic Acquisition Technologies
• Seismic Reservoir Characterisation (Inversion, 4D)
• Advances in Dynamic Formation Evaluation
• Near BrownField Exploration
• Exploration in frontier basins
• Reservoir Characterisation
• Others

GAS FIELD DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT:

• The Latest Gas LNG & CNG Technologies
• Advances in Sour Gas Field Development
• Optimising Gas Field Operations
• Advanced Stimulation Technologies for Tight Gas Reservoirs
• Advanced Technology Completion Strategies for Marginal Tight  Gas
• Challenges Related to Production of Sour Gas from HP/HT Reservoirs
• Addressing the Efficient Utilisation of Energy in Gas Processing
• Gas Wells Deliquification
• Floating LNG units
• Others

OFFSHORE INFRASTRUCTURE REUTILIZATION & DECOMMISSIONING

• Regional Projects and Case Studies
• Offshore Engineering—Structural Engineering
• HSE, Security, and Sustainability—Protecting Environment: Barriers, Controls, and Risk Management
• HSE, Security, and Sustainability—Health Management Challenges of the Pandemic
• Integrated Shipping and Logistics—Lessons Learnt from the Pandemic in Shipping
• Integrated Shipping and Logistics—Big Data Analysis
• HSE, Security, and Sustainability—Lessons Learnt from Incidents and Investigations
•Others

DRILLING OPERATIONS:

• Understanding New Protocols and Technology in Well Control
• Best Practices in Well Delivery; From Concept to Production
• Assessing the Step Change in Drilling Efficiency
• Identifying the Real Value of Real‐Time Drilling Operations
• Advances in Drilling Bit Technology and Deployment
• Drilling Beyond the Limit – Practical Considerations
• Managed Pressure Drilling Advantages vs. Under Balance Drilling Application for Sour Fields
• Drilling Waste Management and Zero Discharge Drilling Technology
• Advancements in Rig Equipment
• Integrating the Latest Drilling Technology into Operations
• Managing Losses in Highly Fractured Formation
• Drilling Operations Best Practices and Optimisation
• Advances in Drilling Fluid
• Advances in Cementing Technology
• Footprint Reduction in Drilling Operations, Energy Efficient Drilling Rigs
• Hydrogen Capture in Production Operations
• Drilling Automation and AI in Drilling
• Automated/Intelligent Drilling Fluids Monitoring Systems
• Geothermal Wells
• Coiled Tubing Drilling and Economics
• Others

Call for Papers Guidelines

Abstract Content

Firstly, many thanks for wishing to join MOC as a speaker. Please find below some useful tips as well as our essential abstract guidelines.

We want to ensure that all proposed abstracts are in line with the overall content of MOC 2022. As such we will conduct a full review of your abstract to ensure that contains the correct information on which to make a judgment. All abstracts must be WRITTEN IN ENGLISH and contain a maximum of 450 words with a minimum of 225 words. Abstract paper proposals must also consist of 4 blocks and should include the following:

Abstract submissions should be formatted into four specific paragraphs to include the following:

• Objectives/Scope: Please list the objectives 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)

Essential Abstract

• Obtain the necessary clearance for the proposed paper from your management, your partners, and customers BEFORE submission.
• Submit your paper proposal online. All submissions must be received electronically before the Submission Deadline 12 May 2022.
• Paper proposals should be written in English and should provide clear and concise statements on the contents of the paper. It should include brief findings, solutions, impacts, and concluding remarks of the work.
• Each author may submit a maximum of three paper proposals per conference.
All abstracts must be a minimum of 225 words with a 450-word maximum as determined by the programme committee and specified on the online submission form.
• Abstracts suggesting commercialism in any form will be rejected.
• Abstracts should be submitted based on any of topics listed under the technical categories.
• The proposed paper or ePoster must contribute to petroleum technology or be of immediate interest to the oil and gas industry and should contain significant new knowledge or experience in oil, gas and energy industry. Data in the paper proposal must be technically correct.
• The substance of the proposed paper must not have been published previously in trade journals or in other professional or technical journals.
• The abstract should be able to stand on its own and not refer to another work, unless associated with current work.
• Authors should indicate their presentation preference: Oral technical presentation or Oral knowledge sharing ePoster presentation. The programme committee reserves the right to decide on the final allocation and presentation method.
• Early submission is particularly important to ensure that the committee members have ample time to review the paper proposals. Submissions received after the deadline will not be considered. No exceptions will be made. Submission Deadline is 12 May 2022.
• Author notifications will be sent to each Presenting Author regarding the status of their submission by 31 May 2022. 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 program and will not be allowed to present.
• If selected, Authors are entitled for discounted Conference Registration.
• MOC 2022 assumes no obligation for expenses incurred by authors for travel, lodging, or other incidental expenses.

 

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