Fourth EAGE Conference on Petroleum Geostatistics

Date
2 - 6 September
Location
Florence, Italy
Registration
Coming soon
Call for papers
Open

Following the successful conferences in Toulouse (France) in 1999, Cascais (Portugal) in 2007 and Biarritz (France) in 2015, we are proud to announce the 4th edition of the EAGE Conference on Petroleum Geostatistics. This conference focuses on new methods and applications in the field of geostatistics for the petroleum industry. While maintaining its strong focus on geo-modeling, integration of various data sources and uncertainty quantification, petroleum geostatistics has also gone broader the last years – and discussions on spatial and temporal components in machine learning and data science approaches are expected.

See you in Florence in 2019!

 

Important Dates

Call for Papers open 1 October 2018
Registration open 1 March 2019
Call for Papers Deadline 15 April 2019
Notification of Programme 15 May 2019
Early Registration Deadline 15 July 2019
Petroleum Geostatistics 2-6 September 2019

Facts

Date 2-6 September 2019
Location Florence, Italy
Expected Attendees 125+
Oral Presentattions 40+ 
Poster Presentations 40+
Kind of Event Conference

Call for Abstracts is now open!

The Call for Papers is open since 1 October 2018. We encourage you to submit your papers for oral or poster presentations at the conference in the following categories

  • Earth Modeling
  • Geophysics Inverse Problems
  • Dynamic/Production Data Inverse Problems
  • New Methods
  • Practical Experiences/Company Perspectives

For the full list of topics, please click here

About Florence

Florence, capital of Italy’s Tuscany region, has been chosen to host the Fourth EAGE Conference on Petroleum Geostatistics 2019. This historic is home to many masterpieces of Renaissance art and architecture. One of its most iconic sights is the Duomo, a cathedral with a terracotta-tiled dome engineered by Brunelleschi and a bell tower by Giotto. The Galleria dell'Accademia displays Michelangelo’s David sculpture. The Uffizi Gallery exhibits Botticelli’s The Birth of Venus and da Vinci’s Annunciation.