Second EAGE Workshop Practical Reservoir Monitoring 2019

1 - 4 April
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Call for papers

Note that the Call for Abstracts is now open. Please ignore the red sign in the header of the website.

Second EAGE Workshop on Practical Reservoir Monitoring 

After the successful first edition this workshop returns to Amsterdam in 2019! More information about the date, venue and the Call for Abstracts will be announced shortly. Please visit this website regularly to stay fully up-to-date and join us in Amsterdam.

The aim of this workshop is to investigate how reservoir monitoring processes - utilising geophysical, geomechanical and reservoir engineering data - can be practically optimised in order to realise the full recovery potential of any oil and gas field, with the emphasis on practical applications of integrated studies incorporating use of reservoir monitoring data by reservoir engineers, production engineers and others. The benefits of different approaches to incorporate geophysical and engineering data for reservoir monitoring purposes will be investigated through case studies and discussion.

Online Registration is now open!


Upcoming Deadlines

Call for Abstracts open Now
CFA Deadline 21 January 2019
Early Registration Deadline 1 March 2019
Late Registration Deadline 18 March 2019

About the workshop

Date 1 - 4 April 2019
Location Amsterdam, Netherlands
Attendees 80+
Presentations 30+

Call for Abstracts is now open!

The committee would like to encourage you to submit your abstracts on Practical Reservoir Monitoring for a poster or oral presentation on the following topics and subtopics:

• Permanent Reservoir Monitoring
• User cases
• Developments in the use of 4D for modelling
• Realtime monitoring
• New geophysical methods
• New insights

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