The preferred conference discussing the challenges and technology developments realted to production chemistry in the O&G industry
The conference with the most unique atmosphere for learning and networking.
After having met most of you in Geilo this year, and as the chair for 2023 I really hope you enjoyed it and that we will see you again in 2023 for our 34th conference. The symposium concept has been a very successful concept and we will not change
a winning concept.
Bringing professionals together
The overall aim of this symposium is to gather personnel working with operational efficiency, while preventing and minimising any potential negative impacts on the environment. To achieve that, we think it is vital to bring together professional with field experiences, those working with novel researc, designers and technology innovators.
The future energy mix
Although the oilfield industry is mature, there are still production challenges to attend to related to the use of chemicals, both within traditional oil&gas production and the future energy mix.
It is therefore of high importance that the research- and technology innovation work, continue to grow as well as the sharing of knowledge at conferences like this.
New to the industry?
For 2023 we especially welcome juniors or other newcomers to our industry.
We would like to extend our family of Production Chemists and the symposium 2023 will be the chosen arena and welcome chemists and engineers working with or who can relate to chemistry in the oilfield or in the ongoing energy transmission.
Call for abstract 2023
As mentioned above we will still be very much focused on oilfield chemistry, but also attend to topics related to alternative energy sources and related chemistry challenges, hence we are looking for abstracts from industries supporting the drive towards carbon neutral, such as CCUS (carbon capture and underground storage) and geothermal etc.
We encourage the industry and the academia to submit abstract related to topics to production chemistry and how to lesser impact to the environment.
Øystein Birketveit, Technical Expert Production Chemistry and Program chair