80th EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2018
Opportunities presented by the energy transition
Pierre Lanfranchi, Chair of Copenhagen's Local Advisory Committee and Head of Subsurface Technology at Maersk Oil, welcomes participants of the EAGE Annual 2018:
We have now only a few months left until the event, and the final shape of our conference is now pretty well defined. Indeed, the various workgroups of the Local Advisory Committee have been working hard to deliver a “Scandinavian flavour” to the different components of the overall program.
During the opening session, we shall address the role of the E&P industry in this energy transition period driven by the 2015 Paris Agreement. Organisations involved in this transition will be represented on the floor and will confront their vision, share their challenges and reveal their roadmaps.
The other components of the Executive Program.... Read More
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Please note that June is Copenhagen's most popular tourist season, and hotels will fill up fast. To facilitate your booking, EAGE has acquired the services of BDP as a booking partner. Check out their dedicated Annual 2018 site here!
EAGE Annual 2018
The EAGE Annual 2018, the 80th Conference & Exhibition is the largest and most comprehensive multi-disciplinary geoscience event in the world. The event includes a large conference - in total over 1,000 technical oral and poster presentations - and a technical exhibition presenting the latest developments in geophysics, geology and reservoir/petroleum engineering. More than 6,000 people from almost 100 different countries visit this event annually.
For more information about the conference, exhibition, workshops and more, please refer to our Second Announcement.
Meet the Participants: EAGE Annual 2018
In the run-up to the EAGE Annual Conference and Exhibition 2018, Copenhagen, Denmark (11-14 June), we are delighted to introduce you to some of the wonderful participants you will be meeting there.
Tala Maria Aabø is a perfect example of the young geoscientist fostered by EAGE. A PhD fellow at the Danish Hydrocarbon Research and Technology Centre (SHRTC), and formerly a research assistant, Tala works at the Natural History Museum of Denmark on fracture characterization, upscaling and modeling in chalk outcrops. Her research is part of a multidisciplinary effort to increase oil recovery from the Danish subsurface. As a young geoscientist she is excited by the idea of approaching established geo-challenges by exploring new technologies, such as big data and AI.
Let's see what Tala had to say in her chat with EAGE!