With the rapid development of science and technology, artificial intelligence, big data and other analytics methods have applied in various fields of social life, industrial development and scientific research. More people are applying analytics to explore reservoirs and manage upstream operations. To strength communication and academic exchange in upstream oil and gas industry, especially in artificial intelligence and big data research results and application experience, AAPG and State Key Laboratory of Oil & Gas Reservoir Geology and Exploitation will hold a conference named 'Application of Artificial Intelligence and Big Data in Oil and Gas Exploration and Exploitation' in October 2019. Warmly welcome experts and colleagues to attend the symposium.
1. Big Data, Machine Learning, Deep Learning in Exploration and Production
Use of analytics in upstream of oil and gas industry, such as seismic acquisition and processing, petrological analysis, core information, geochemistry, Geomechanics and Converting unstructured into structured data.
2. Analytics for Finding and Producing Hydrocarbons
Including: seismic imaging breakthroughs, reservoir characterization techniques, Migration pathways and preferential enrichment (sweet spots), Summary of new applications, programs, cloud-based services
3. Predicting Fluid Behaviors in Reservoirs
Including: Predicting in fluid behaviors in the reservoir, drilling, completion and production
4. Analytics in Enhanced Oil Recovery in Mature Fields
Including: machine learning for enhanced recovery, harnessing sensors and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT), deep learning and pattern recognition for optimizing water flooding and waste discharge, dynamic modeling for production, using hybrid solutions (solar, wind, etc.)
5. Other researches and applications of artificial intelligence and big data analysis related to oil and gas industry
The submission only requires abstracts, using Chinese or English (English: 600-1000 words; Chinese: 500-800 words).
Please submit your abstract by E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
The submission deadline is August 31, 2019.
The oil and gas industry will always face tremendous uncertainties. These days, managing the uncertainties is critical as the industry increases the cost efficiency while the petroleum system condition is getting more complex. Therefore, the integration of all subsurface uncertainties is crucial to have the best hydrocarbon prediction methods. Experts will attend, involve and share their experience and insights in understanding and managing the uncertainties from various play types in Asia Pacific and other Regions
Natural gas hydrates have been studied extensively in the past three decades broadly, because they may constitute a geohazard, become an energy resource, and play a role in climate change.
The workshop will commence on 15 April with an evening Icebreaker and continue on 16 and 17 April and start with latest developments in exploration methods as well as lessons learnt from gas hydrate production tests. Geomechanical models and results from laboratory experiments will focus on hazards from gas hydrates to offshore installations.
The global oil and gas industry is currently exploring new frontiers including unconventional resources, deep water offshore and deep to ultra-deep strata onshore. These represent a strategic shift in hydrocarbon exploration.
Join AAPG and the Chinese Petroleum Society (CPS) for a 3-day geotechnical workshop (GTW) on “Deep and ultra-deep petroleum systems (DuDPS): What we know and don’t know”. The workshop will provide a platform for scientific exchange and technical discussion on recent development in DuDPS and to hold a panel discussion on key issues, research directions and challenges facing the petroleum industry in exploring DuDPS.
The upstream oil and gas business has two primary functions; the front-end loaded exploration phase and the development-focused harvest-mode which results in actual hydrocarbon production and revenue generation. Both of these processes require extensive geoscience input but the scope, techniques and time involved are quite different. This two-day workshop will focus on these two siblings; the first day will focus on mature field development and the second day will highlight exploration potential within the Asia Pacific region.
This 2 day workshop will bring together a wide range of geoscientists, engineers and managers to highlight the important and varied roles that geomechanics and pore pressure play from initial exploration phases through to field abandonment.
AAPG presents first Geosciences Technology Workshop in India
This 2-day multidisciplinary workshop will provide up-to-date geo-scientific and technological information and address the scientific, technological and commercial issues facing by the companies and industry at large. Workshop participants will learn and share latest and advanced geo-scientific and technological practices in exploration and production of oil and gas deposits.
This conference aims to stimulate new ideas and joint industry-academic ventures that can accelerate the exploration and development of shale oil resources in mature petroleum source kitchens in petroliferous basins. Such further advances are likely to be among some of the most significant developments for the oil and gas industry in the next decade as conventional petroleum traps become depleted, while unconventional resources –show continual improvement in productivity, but are inefficient in recovery factors. The conference will provide a venue for both industry and academic geoscientists to increase awareness of the needs and interests of each party and focusing on emerging concepts, novel technologies, and global case studies.
Following hugely successful events in in 2014 & 2015, AAPG, EAGE & Myanmar Geosciences Society (MGS) are pleased to announce the third Myanmar Oil & Gas Conference. The event is scheduled to take place in Yangon, from 22-24 February 2017. The three societies are very pleased to work together and bring a quality geoscience event to this rather underexplored country which, in the challenging times of low oil prices, has remained a global hotspot of activity with wells being drilled and seismic being shot.
The event is scheduled to take place in Yangon, from 19-20 November 2015. The three societies are very pleased to work together and bring a quality geoscience event to this rather under-explored country that many call the “hottest hotspot” for hydrocarbon exploration in Asia and maybe even the world.
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