Call for abstracts for IADC-endorsed IPTC Kuala Lumpur

Posted on 08 January 2014

The 8th edition of the International Petroleum Technology Conference (IPTC), a multidisciplinary technical event endorsed by IADC, will take place from 10-12 December 2014 at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre in Malaysia.

Themed “Innovation and Collaboration: Keys to Affordable Energy,” IPTC Kuala Lumpur will unite organizations with complementary capabilities to identify and deploy innovative solutions to deliver affordable oil and gas.

The Program Committee seeks paper proposals on geosciences and geophysics, reservoir, drilling and completions, among other topics. Download the Call for Papers brochure to get the complete list of topics and guidelines to submit your abstract.

The deadline for submissions is 12 February.

IPTC Kuala Lumpur will feature four panel sessions on:

•  Delivering fit-for-purpose oil & gas field developments,

•  How to deliver HSSE and operational excellence,

•  Challenges and opportunities in conventional vs unconventional oil & gas, and

•  Collaboration, outsourcing and building internal capabilities.

The 7th IPTC is coming up on 19-22 January in Doha at the Qatar National Convention Centre. Click here to register.

 

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