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Call for Abstracts

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS OPENS:
12 June 2020

SUBMISSION CLOSE:
12 August 2020 at 5 PM Central time

How to Submit

All abstract submissions for the Energy in Data Conference must be submitted through EID's online submissions portal.

Topics

Proposed topics include, but are not limited to, the following:

Use Cases in Production
  • Artificial Lift
  • Engineering
  • Reservoir Monitoring and Management: Engineering, Geology, and Geophysics
  • Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning for Fiber Optic DAS/DTS Based Applications
  • Completions
Use Cases in Exploration
  • Geology
  • Geophysics
  • Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning for Fiber Optic DAS Based Applications
Use Cases in Drilling
  • Completion Monitoring and Optimization
  • Artificial Intelligence for Drilling Advisory Systems
Use Cases in Environmental
  • Leaks
  • Safety
  • CO2 monitoring
  • Near Surface
Use Cases in Integration of Disciplines
Other industries we can learn from
  • Organizational Challenges
  • Technological Challenges
  • Financial Challenges
  • Successful Workflows
  • Implementation Strategies
Special Challenges of using Data from Oil and Gas Industry
  • Data Standards
  • Data Quality (validity, completeness, consistency, etc.)
  • Multiple Interpretations
  • Integration of Spatial and Temporal Data
  • Reconciling Units, Coordinates and Time Zones
New Research Concepts
Governmental Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, or Analytic Programs

Additional Information

  • For Use Cases
    • Focus is on what is working today, preferably with real results.
    • What has worked and what did not work, what are the challenges, what did we learn?
  • Papers are requested that highlight challenges and successes centered on data and its use; from simple visualization and trending, to advance search, AI/Machine Learning. Related topics of enabling infrastructure and organization, which in a way bracket data, are encouraged.
  • End-to-end operationalized workflows which an oil and gas end user can use are encouraged.

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