AAPG/EAGE Tight Reservoirs in the Middle East

Date
27 - 28 November
Location
Manama, Bahrain
Registration
Closed
Call for papers
Closed

Welcome

AAPG/EAGE Tight Reservoirs in the Middle East Workshop

During the last few years, huge interest in developing tight reservoirs (sandstone, carbonate and shale) started to gain importance in the Middle East region as various countries started to exploit its unconventional resources. NOCs and IOCs as well as service companies and universities in the region made excellent efforts in evaluating the potential for oil and gas accumulations tight reservoirs with different levels of progress in every country.

The fourth AAPG/EAGE workshop will be the first of its kind in terms of solely focusing on the experiences gained in exploring and developing tight reservoirs in the Middle East across the different disciplines (geology, geophysics and engineering). The workshop will emphasize on the practical examples and knowledge gained from both industry and academia in the region.

The core objective of this workshop is to build a discussion environment to go over tight reservoir challenges in the Middle East. Read more here

Important Dates

Call for Abstracts (Posters)  Open 01 June 2017
Call for Abstracts (Posters) Close 26 October 2017
Registration Opens 12 June 2017
Registration Closes 23 November 2017

 

Registration open!

For details on how to register and also view the Workshop Programme please download the event brochure, or visit the online registration portal

Submit your Poster Presentation Abstract!

If you are interested in participating, please send a short abstract along with the poster artwork (in JPEG or PDF high resolution format) to akuzmenko@aapg.org by 26 October 2017.