Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTeC)

Abstract Deadline Extended to 4 December 2014

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American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)

Submit your abstracts today for Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTeC), 20-22 July 2015 in San Antonio, Texas. The abstract submission deadline has now been extended to 4 December 2014 at 11:59 PM (CST). Don't miss your chance to present at URTeC 2015, the industry's number one science and technology event for unconventional resource teams. URTeC 2014 set new records for attendance, exhibits and industry buzz.

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URTeC 2015 will deliver an integrated conference program developed by an interdisciplinary program committee, a unique collaborative learning platform for the exchange of technologies and solutions, an interactive networking forum, and much more. With an audience of more than 5,000 professionals, speaking at URTeC allows you to :

  • Share your innovations, experiences and knowledge of integrated solutions
  • Gain exposure for you and your company's brand and reputation 
  • Demonstrate your expertise and influence
  • Engage the audience and be a part of the dialogue for new ideas

Team Presentations
Team presentations will be given additional time to display integrated approaches to unconventional plays. Each team should consist of no more then three members with different technical backgrounds (geosciences, petrophysics, engineering. operations etc.) and each member will be expected to contribute to the presentation 

2015 Themes:
Theme 1: Regional Case Studies
Theme 2: Characterization of Unconventional Reservoirs
Theme 3: Application and Integration of Rock and Rock-Fluid Data
Theme 4: Understanding Petroleum System Chemistry From Source Rocks to Produced Hydrocarbons
Theme 5: Seismic Applications to Optimize Development of Unconventional Reservoirs
Theme 6: Analytics and the Digital Oilfield
Theme 7: Production Performance of Tight Oil and Gas Reservoirs
Theme 8: Stake Holder Management and Social Performance (HSSE)
Theme 9: Reserves Estimation and Forecasting
Theme 10: Well Construction Practices
Theme 11: Well Completion and Stimulation Practices
Theme 12: Emerging Unconventional Plays
Theme 13: Mid-Stream Integration
Theme 14: Operations and Practices for Unconventional Reservoir Plays 

View the guidelines for preparing abstracts.

For questions please contact , Technical Program Coordinator. +1 918 560 2616

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