APOGCE 2018 -Call for Papers

Posted on: 23/08/2017

We are pleased to announce that the 2018 SPE Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition (APOGCE) will be held from 23–25 October 2018 in Brisbane, Australia.

As the industry adapts to a new status quo operating under sustained low oil prices, there is also the need to adjust to public pressure to provide affordable energy in a low carbon world. Given these often contradicting challenges, the theme for APOGCE 2018 is Challenge the Conventional. We believe this theme provides opportunities for the industry to showcase its accomplishments, identify areas it can strive to improve on, while enabling collaboration and knowledge sharing amongst industry members.  

As SPE’s premier upstream technical conference in the Asia Pacific region, APOGCE is a dynamic platform for multi-disciplinary technology dissemination among energy professionals.

The APOGCE 2018 Programme Committee is soliciting high quality abstracts and welcome you to submit a paper proposal highlighting your learnings, experience and insights.

Proposals can consist of any of the following technical categories:

  • Business and Management
  • Case Studies
  • Completion and Production
  • Deepwater & Subsea Support
  • Drilling (Well Construction)
  • Facilities & Operations
  • Gas Supply
  • Gas Technology
  • HSE and Society
  • Human Resource

* Access complete list of technical categories

  • Knowledge Management
  • Onshore/Offshore Support
  • Reservoir Characterisation
  • Simulation, Artificial Intelligence & Modelling
  • Surface and Sub-surface integration and Optimisation
  • Unconventional Resources

Note: SPE Conference Paper Policies dictate that each paper proposal may be submitted to only one conference at a time. A paper proposal must be declined by a Programme Committee prior to being submitted to another conference for consideration. Read more on Conference Paper Policies.

For further information, please e-mail us at klprog@spe.org or call +60.3.2182.3000

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