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East meets West 2018

East meets West 2018

From the 10th to the 12th April AGH UST SPE Student Chapter organized ‘East meets West’ International Student Petroleum Congress and Career Expo. Around 200 students and university representatives from numerous parts of the world, as well as E&P companies were gathered in Kraków for the 9th time.

Thanks to SPE International, for the second time in a row the congress could host European Qualifier for SPE Student Paper Contest and Petrobowl. The winner of SPC Undergraduate was Yasir Yousuf Thara from Middle East Technical University for the presentation ‘Development of a Physical Hydrodynamic Hydrocarbon – Trap Model’. In the Postgraduate category the first prize went to Pierre Hacquard representing IFP School for the paper titled ‘New Generation of Uncertainty Analysis in Basin Modelling’. The best from PhD category was Alsu Valiakhmetova from Heriot-Watt University, who gave a speech about ‘Phophonate/Ca/Mg Precipitates for Application in Scale Inhibitor Squeeze Treatments’. All the winners will participate in the International SPC at the ATCE in Dallas.

Traditionally, in the Poster Session selected students could present the results of their researches and compete in the contest. This year, thanks to Orlen Upstream, Shell and PGNiG the contest was supervised by representatives from the industry. Every contestant presented bright and innovative ideas. Rasoul Foroutan from TU Clausthal was announced the winner, second prize received Stefano Tagliaferri from Technical University of Denmark and third prize went to Evan Jonathan Gowidjaja from TU Clausthal.

Emotions were running high during Petrobowl Contest. It gathered over 20 teams from Europe and Caspian Region. Congratulations to NTNU, Herriot Watt University, Technische Universiteit Delft, TU Clausthal and the winner- University of Stavanger, who will represent the region at the ATCE!

Thanks to delegates from Shell, MIT Forum Enterprise, MOLGROUP and NOV congress participants could hear very interesting debate about ‘Innovative solutions in Oil and Gas industry’. The panelists could share their ideas about current situation and future of our industry.

The congress would not be so successful without partnering companies: Shell, PGNiG, LOTOS, EuRoPol GAZ, MOLGROUP, Orlen Upstream, Schlumberger, Halliburton, Gaz system and City of Cracow. Their support enabled AGH UST SPE Student Chapter to organize the Congress, gave students the opportunity to find out about the chances of employment and take part in the recruitment organized by Schlumberger and Halliburton.

The idea behind the first ‘East meets West’ Congress was to gather people from different parts of the world and it is still the clue of the event. Smiles on participants’ faces were for organizers a true reward for the year of preparations. Next year it is going to be the 10th anniversary of the Congress. AGH UST SPE Student Chapter invite everybody to spend this SPEcial time with them.

 

Oil & Gas Horizons Х

Oil & Gas Horizons Х

Registration for the X International Youth Scientific and Practical Congress “Oil and Gas Horizons” is open

 

From 12 till 15 November, 2018, at the Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas (National Research University) the X International Youth Scientific and Practical Congress “Oil and Gas Horizons” will be organized by the Gubkin University SPE (Society of Petroleum Engineers) Student Chapter.

 

The scale of the Congress is growing every year, and the geography of the participants is expanding. This year will be the tenth anniversary for the “Oil and Gas Horizons”. In 2017, the Congress participants became 107 students, undergraduates and postgraduates from 38 universities in 23 countries.

 

The program of the Congress includes paper contest, intellectual game PetroOlympic Games, motivational training, Technical Case, as well as excursions around the city. The event provides a unique opportunity for students of the world’s leading universities studying in various areas of the oil and gas industry to share their knowledge and experience with each other.

The work of the Congress will be attended by experts from the faculties of the University, as well as from leading oil and gas companies.

Within the framework of the Student Paper Contest, the following sections are provided:

  • Geological Sciences;
  • Drilling and Completion of Wells;
  • Oil and Gas Fields Development;
  • Oil and Gas Chemistry;
  • Health, Safety and Environment;
  • Petroleum Economics and Management;
  • “Smart”Technologies for Oil and Gas Industry.

There are also 3 additional sections:

  • Competition of postgraduate work (PhD);
  • Competition of works of young specialists;
  • Section of poster presentations.

The Congress “Oil and Gas Horizons”, in addition to a lot of experience and bright emotions, give participants a lot of new acquaintances, both with experts of the oil and gas industry and with the same students from all over the world. Winners of the competition of scientific works and intellectual game will be awarded with valuable prizes from sponsors and partners of the Congress.

The official language of the Congress is English.

Do not miss your chance to present scientific work at the largest international youth event of Gubkin University, submitting a thesis before August 20, 2018 on the Congress website: oilandgashorizons.ru

If you have any questions, please contact:

The official e-mail address of the Congress: ogh@gubkin.ru

Eleonora Belova

President of Gubkin University SPE Student Chapter

E-mail: eleo.belova@yandex.ru

Tel. 7-916-130-18-87

Polina Lektova

The main organizer of the Congress “Oil and Gas Horizons”

Vice-President of Gubkin University SPE Student Chapter

E-mail: letkovap@mail.ru

Tel. 7-915-360-35-48

XI Student Geophysical Workshops GEOSFERA 2018

XI Student Geophysical Workshops GEOSFERA 2018

On 5 – 8 April, in Kiczyce, Silesia, Student Geophysical Society GEOPHONE in cooperation with AAPG
Student Chapter Kraków, EAGE Student Chapter Cracow and SEG Student Chapter Cracow will chair
XI Nationwide Student Geophysical Workshops GEOSFERA 2018.
Geosfera is an annual conference in which students of geophysics from the best Polish universities
meet to accomplish their desire of constant development of their geoscience knowledge. Willing to
fulfill such high goals, Geosfera offers a range of specialized workshops and lectures led by university
professors and professional workers from oil &amp; gas industry. Also a student poster and paper session
will be held to allow the students to easily exchange their own experiences and results of their
surveys.
During these 4 days students will find out how to properly plan, conduct and intrepret geophysical
surveys. Participants will have a chance to hear out lectures prepared by Imre Szilágyi, an AAPG
Visiting Geoscientist (Interpretation of Petroleum Play Common Risk Segment Maps and Practices of
Exploration Project Economic Evaluations) and PhD Katia Pinheiro from National Observatory, Rio de
Janeiro, Brasil (Geomagnetic Secular Variations).
Thanks to PGNiG GeoTalent’s educational program, two exciting workshops will take place during the
conference. Students will learn how to plan 2D/3D seismic survey and how to interpret seismic data
from Polish Lowland. With the help of AGH University of Science and Technology professors, students
will have a perfect opportunity to see and carry out seismic, geoelectric and GPR surveys to solve
true geological problems.
Registration will start at the end of February.
For more information concerning Geosfera 2018, visit: http://student.agh.edu.pl/~geosfera/ and
https://www.facebook.com/geosfera2018/

 

ASEC 2018 in Zagreb

ASEC 2018 in Zagreb

Fifth Annual Student Energy Conference, organized by the University of Zagreb will take place from 7th March to 10th March 2018 at the in Zagreb, Croatia.

ASEC 2018 brings together students and young professionals from all over the world to discuss the latest novelties in the energy business, focusing on the oil and gas industry.

Conference lasts for four days, from Wednesday, March 7 to Saturday, March 10. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday are reserved for lectures, petrotournament, workshops, poster section and guided city tour, while on Saturday guests have option to participate in one of two trips – they can choose between the Croatian biggest gas processing plant and the famous Croatian landmark, the Plitvice Lakes.

This conference is an event focusing on connecting people, who create future of our industry and is a great option to learn about business in Croatia. Two of our journalists will participate in this conference, stay tuned for their report!

You can find more information on Conference official website or on Facebook.

Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition in San Antonio 2017

Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition in San Antonio 2017

On 9–11 October, the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) hosted global exploration and production professionals for the 2017 Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition (ATCE) at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas, USA. During the 93rd annual event, 2018 SPE President Darcy Spady received the presidential gavel and officially commenced his presidency of the not-for-profit professional association.

SPE’s premier technical conference, ATCE presented best practices and emerging technologies to attending engineers, scientists, academia, managers and executives. The conference’s international exhibiting companies featured a broad range of technological innovations, new products and valuable industry services. ATCE 2017 featured nearly 400 technical papers in 46 technical sessions, plus panels and ePoster sessions.

“It was wonderful seeing SPE members from around the world this week, particularly our Gulf Coast members following the recent devastation of Hurricane Harvey,” said 2017 SPE President Janeen Judah. “From our session focused on learnings following the recent natural disaster to sessions on digital energy, ATCE once again delivered subject matter important to our members, industry professionals, the public, and the environment.”

Five panelists discussed “Sustainable Oil and Gas: Improving People’s Lives” in front of a packed ballroom at the Opening General Session. The panel was moderated by Eithne Treanor, ETreanor Media, and comprised Lorenzo Simonelli, chairman and CEO of Baker Hughes, a GE company; David Hager, president and CEO of Devon Energy; Khaled Al-Buraik, vice president for Saudi Aramco; Deborah Wince-Smith, president and CEO of the Council on Competitiveness; and Franklin Orr from Stanford University.

Tackling the challenges of sustainability, Hager said, requires creativity. “Creativity is at the heart of everything we do,” he said. He added later, “To do things tomorrow the way we do things currently is not going to provide the sustainability we need.”

Simonelli built on the idea of creativity by including the concept of disruption. “I think, as an industry, we’ve got to embrace disruption,” he said, adding, “How do we embrace that disruption and change much faster?”

Overall, more than 8,300 professionals from 60 countries attended this year’s event. Sessions focused on subjects such as creating databases of multiple data streams for analyzing how to improve performance and how R&D may be the key to companies’ survival. Speakers, including representatives from operating companies, governmental agencies and global leaders addressed commercializing digital controls and automation.

Also on Monday, Vicki Hollub, president and CEO of Occidental Petroleum Corporation, spoke at the Chairperson’s Luncheon. She cited three technologies that, although not new, have played a significant role in upstream development. Seismic imaging, horizontal drilling, and hydraulic fracturing all have succeeded in revolutionizing upstream practices. “The point is, you don’t to have to go too far for new ideas,” she said. “We are seeing the benefits of all three of these technologies at Occidental, most recently in our Permian Basin position.”

SPE’s Annual Reception and Banquet recognized individuals for their significant contributions to the oil and gas industry and SPE, while the President’s Luncheon offered the “State of the Society” address from Judah, who also passed the presidential gavel to Spady during the event.  An active SPE member since graduating from university, Spady most recently served on the SPE International Board as regional director for Canada and is the first Canadian elected as SPE president.

“While we’re confronted with a constantly changing industry landscape, SPE continues to fulfill its mission of collecting, disseminating, and exchanging technical knowledge as exhibited by ATCE 2017. It delivered one of the most innovative, forwarding thinking conferences in its nearly century long history,” said Spady.

“Though innovation and technology remain a core focus of this organization, the environment and community are also an essential part of our DNA for SPE members young and old — it is not a simple matter of choosing economy or environment, instead we choose both. As SPE’s new president, one of my main objectives will be to continue pushing these dialogues and actions across our society for the betterment of our industry and world.”

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In addition to this on 9th of October in San Antonio was held the PetroBowl competition. After a tough quarterfinal battle with Batangas State University from Philippines, team representing AGH UST ended their PetroBowl adventure at quarterfinals as the best team in Europe and one of the eight best in the World! After this great success, came time for another event connected with our section. President of our chapter had opportunity to accept the Outstanding Student Chapter Award from Darcy Spady for the whole effort that we have put in this year into our student chapter.

We would like to thank our sponsors GAZ-SYSTEM S.A. and United Oilfield Services, as well as CRUX Fine Selection – partner of our chapter, thanks to them we had the opportunity to participate in such a prestigious event as the ATCE Conference.

The 2018 ATCE conference will be held 24–26 September in Dallas, Texas, USA.
For more information, visit www.atce.org.

 

 

Few words about sponsors of AGH University students in ATCE

Few words about sponsors of AGH University students in ATCE

Thanks to courtesy of GAZ-SYSTEM, United Oilfield Services and AGH University of Science and Technology, Polish students will be able to participate in the Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition. We can’t wait to see their relation from the event!

Few words about our sponsors: United Oilfield Services (UOS) is an oilfield service company focused on providing drilling, well stimulation and well testing services to the onshore oil and gas industry. UOS delivers customized, efficient solutions to the highest quality of service to meet customer needs and to empower them to accelerate the development of Europe’s conventional and unconventional oil and gas resources. UOS offers drilling equipment produced in the USA by the world’s largest producer of oil drilling equipment, National Oilwell Varco. In combination with more than 20 years of experience and gained knowledge, company is successful in mining projects both in Poland and in the United States of America.

Gas Transmission Operator GAZ-SYSTEM S.A. is a strategic company for Poland’s economy and energy security. It’s key task is the transport of gas via the transmission network throughout the country to supply with gas the distribution networks and final customers connected to the transmission system. GAZ-SYSTEM as national monopolist on the gas transmission is generaly responsible for providing gas-market participants with equal access to the transmission network. Company is responsible also for maintaining, repairing and developing transmission facilities – Gaz-System owns and operates all gas transmission and distribution pipelines in Poland, except the Yamal–Europe pipeline. GAZ-SYSTEM S.A. does not deal exclusively with intrastate gas transmission – it owns the company Polskie LNG S.A., set up to build and operate the liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal at Świnoujście. The LNG terminal is diversifying natural-gas supply sources, which translates into improved national energy security. In addition company is the owner and co-operator of the ‘Baltic Pipe’ pipeline between Poland and Denmark.

Latest E&P Technology Innovations with Topics Covering Multistage Fracturing, Data Analytics, and More to Highlight ATCE 2017

Latest E&P Technology Innovations with Topics Covering Multistage Fracturing, Data Analytics, and More to Highlight ATCE 2017

San Antonio, Texas, USA (5 October 2017) — On 9–11 October,  the Society of Petroleum Engineers’ (SPE) Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition (ATCE) will bring together an array of international exhibitors and technical presentations at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas, USA.

In its 93rd year, ATCE will feature 400 exhibiting companies from 16 different countries, covering approximately 100,000 square feet of floor space, and showcasing a broad range of technological innovations, new products and valuable industry services.

ATCE received a record number of paper proposals – 2,521 – and will offer close to 400 paper presentations and ePosters, as well as panel sessions. Terry Palisch, the ATCE 2017 Program Chairperson, said whatever members’ discipline is, there will be technical papers to peak their interest.

“Many of us get wrapped up in our day-to-day work and don’t have the chance to think strategically,” he said. “When you attend ATCE, you can immerse yourself in the new technologies presented and then return home better equipped to think outside the box and collaborate with your colleagues.”

Topics expected to draw a lot of interest that provide solutions for today’s challenges include:

  • Multistage horizontal fracturing treatment optimization
  • Water management and conservation
  • Downhole gauges that are tied into a neural network
  • Artificial lift technologies that are driven by the internet-of-things
  • New uses of unmanned autonomous vehicles and drones for operational efficiency
  • Safer helicopter and transport operations
  • Petroleum data driven analytics and decision making

Palisch also noted networking as a key feature of ATCE. “You can join a diverse crowd of engineers, scientists, management and policymakers to access the latest technologies and innovations as well as network with your colleagues,” he said.

In addition, ATCE will again host pre- and post-conference training courses covering a wide range of industry topics. The annual ATCE Annual Reception and Banquet on Tuesday, 10 October will recognize outstanding SPE members who have made significant contributions to the industry, and the President’s Luncheon and Annual
Meeting of Members on Wednesday, 11 October will highlight new Society achievements and upcoming initiatives.

“Whether you’re interested in the latest technology in drilling, drones, hurricane recovery or anything else E&P-related, this year’s show has something for everyone, from industry heavy weights to early career professionals and even students,” said ATCE 2017 General Chairperson Vicki Hollub. “ATCE is dedicated to providing SPE members practical and insightful solutions for today and tomorrow’s challenges and trends, and I am confident that our diverse program of global exhibitors and presenters will do just that.”

For more information on ATCE 2017, visit www.spe.org/atce.

SPE’s 2017 International Awards Honorees Recognized at ATCE

SPE’s 2017 International Awards Honorees Recognized at ATCE

San Antonio, Texas, USA (28 September 2017) — The Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Annual Reception and Banquet will recognize those who have made significant technical and professional contributions to the industry, and those who have contributed exceptional service and leadership to the society. The banquet will take place during the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition (ATCE) on Tuesday, 10 October from 1830–2200 hours at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas, USA.

“During the toughest of times, our SPE members prove themselves as innovative thinkers, showing remarkable reserve and resilience,” said 2017 SPE President Janeen Judah. “Their work not only helped our industry out of the downturn, but also created a new wave of operational efficiency. They deserve the utmost appreciation and praise. Day in and day out, our members continue to inspire and propel our industry forward. It’s an honor to recognize their successes and contributions within SPE and the industry.”

This year’s program will recognize the following members:

Distinguished Membership

  • Sidqi Abu-khamsin
  • Nabeel Al-afaleg
  • Matthew Balhoff
  • Jose Bashbush
  • John de Wardt
  • Effiom Edet
  • Steve Flew
  • Barrett Hanson
  • Mehdi Matt Honarpour
  • Hui-hai Liu
  • Rustom Mody
  • Nobuo Morita
  • Quoc Nguyen
  • Okurerie Ogedegbe
  • Sara Ortwein
  • Donald Paul
  • Teri Reed
  • Sidhartha Sur
  • Ruud Weijermars
  • Murtaza Ziauddin

Honorary Membership

  • Akhil Datta-Gupta
  • Anil Kumar
  • Robert Moore
  • Alexander Neyin
  • Dean Oliver
  • Sidney S. Smith, Sr.
  • Dongxiao Zhang

In addition, the event will acknowledge the following 2017 SPE award recipients:

Distinguished Lifetime Achievement Award

  • Amin Nasser

John Franklin Carll Award

  • Mukul Sharma

Anthony F. Lucas Gold Medal

  • Karen Schou Pedersen

Lester C. Uren Award

  • Quoc Nguyen

DeGolyer Distinguished Service Medal

  • Sameh Macary

Charles F. Rand Memorial Gold Medal

  • Nasir Al-Naimi

Robert Earl McConnell Award

  • Charles Williams

Public Service Award

  • Saka Matemilola

Distinguished Service Award

  • Colin A Black
  • Maria Capello
  • Frederic Jean-Bernard Guinot
  • Anuj Gupta

Distinguished Achievement Award for Petroleum Engineering Faculty

  • Ramona Graves

Young Member Outstanding Service Award

  • Mohamed
  • Abd Elrahman
  • Ali Alkhatib
  • Alexey Borisenko
  • Pringle Egbe
  • Augustina Ovuema
  • Babatunde Yusuf

Cedric K. Ferguson Medal

  • Lu Chi
  • Zoya Heidari

Completions Optimization and Technology Award

  • D. V. Satya Gupta

Drilling Engineering Award

  • Eric van Oort

Formation Evaluation Award

  • Mark Proett

Health, Safety, Security, Environment, and Social Responsibility Award

  • J. Jack Hinton

Management and Information Award

  • Reidar Bratvold

Production and Operations Award

  • Kenneth Sorbie

Projects, Facilities, and Construction Award

  • Jean-Francois Saint-Marcoux

Reservoir Description and Dynamics Award

  • Tayfun Babadagli

For more information on ATCE 2017, visit www.spe.org/atce.

ATCE 2017 to highlight digital energy, hydraulic fracturing, unmanned vehicles, and more; host inaugural energy startup competition!

ATCE 2017 to highlight digital energy, hydraulic fracturing, unmanned vehicles, and more; host inaugural energy startup competition!

On 9–11 October, the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) will again assemble exploration and production (E&P) professionals from around the world for the 2017 Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition (ATCE) at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas, USA.

A leading technical conference in the upstream oil and gas industry for the past 93 years, ATCE will present current best practices and emerging technologies to attending engineers, scientists, academia, managers and executives. At the same time the conference’s exhibiting companies, which represent more than 50 countries, will feature the latest products and services.

“SPE members and companies know the value and return on investment of meeting and networking at ATCE. There is simply no other event in the industry that brings the level of insights, innovations and technological dialogue covering all things E&P,” said ATCE 2017 General Chairperson Vicki Hollub. “This year’s robust technical offerings and our great new programs, should inspire everyone – from students to more experienced professionals – and generate solutions that can be applied back at the office or in the field.”

This year’s conference received a record 2,521 paper proposal submissions, with close to 400 selected for presentations. The technical sessions, ePosters and panel sessions will cover digital energy, chemicals, hydraulic fracturing, flow assurance, unmanned vehicles, and other timely topics. Anticipated session highlights include:

  • “Driving Sustainable Value From Digital Energy Revolution,” which will present various case studies for showcasing the use of digital automation;
  • “Chemical Oil Enhanced Recovery,” showcasing the current interest in the E&P industry;
  • “Frac Modeling: From Injection Test to Treatment Simulation,” featuring papers ranging from pre-fracturing tests to post-fracturing diagnostics and assessments;
  • “The Smarter Flow Assurance Path Toward Improved Offshore Production Economics,” which explores opportunities for flow assurance to help decrease costs and make offshore more competitive with onshore and unconventional; and
  • “Can Unmanned Vehicles and Robotics Create a Step Change in the Oil Industry,” a special session about new technologies to improve operational efficiency and asset integrity as well as minimize personnel exposure to dangerous environments.

New to ATCE, Startup Village will feature new business-focused table discussions and expert presentations on Tuesday. It also includes the inaugural Energy Startup Competition, in partnership with Rice University. This competition will showcase promising emerging technology companies in the energy sector as they pitch venture capitalists, angel investors, and industry leaders.

“Downturns have traditionally been a catalyst for startups, and ATCE has always embraced this industry’s entrepreneurial spirit. While widely known as the launching pad for new onshore and offshore technologies among leading E&P companies, programs like this equip future oil and gas leaders with the right tools, insights, and networks to turn these business ideas into realities that can benefit the broader industry,” said 2017 SPE President Janeen Judah.

ATCE continues to deliver training courses, special awards recognitions and specialized topics for students and young professionals, such as:

  • 20 pre- and post-conference training courses covering a wide range of industry topics;
  • Its traditional ATCE Annual Reception and Banquet on Tuesday to recognize outstanding SPE members who have made significant contributions to the industry, and the President’s Luncheon and Annual Meeting of Members on Wednesday, where new achievements and upcoming initiatives will be presented.

For more information on ATCE 2017, visit www.spe.org/atce.

Join Oil & Gas Horizons IX !

Join Oil & Gas Horizons IX !

Submission of abstracts for the IX International Youth Scientific and Practical Congress “Oil and Gas Horizons” is open.

From 28th till 30th of November, 2017, the IX International Youth Scientific and Practical Congress “Oil and Gas Horizons” will be held at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. The congress is organized by Gubkin University SPE (Society of Petroleum Engineers) Student Chapter.

 Annually participants of the Congress are students, postgraduates and young specialists from all over the world. In 2016 the Congress gathered 150 participants from 37 universities of 18 countries.

The program of the Congress includes scientific paper contest, intellectual competition “PetroOlympic Games”, motivation training, career pathway fair, as well as excursions to petroleum companies and sightseeing tours in the city. The event gives students from world leading universities, majoring in different spheres of petroleum industry, a unique opportunity to share their knowledge and experience with each other.

The expert commission of the Congress will consist of professors of the university and representatives of the largest oil and gas companies.

The student paper contest will include the following sessions:

  • Geosciences;
  • Drilling and Completion;
  • Oil and Gas Field Development;
  • Oil and Gas Chemistry;
  • Health, Safety, Environment;
  • Petroleum Economics and Management;
  • Alternative Energy Sources;
  • Offshore and Arctic Petroleum Engineering.

There are also 3 additional sessions:

  • PhD Paper Contest;
  • Young Professionals Paper Contest;
  • Poster Session.

Apart from getting great experience and vivid emotions, participants of the Congress “Oil and Gas Horizons” will have a chance to network with the experts of petroleum industry and also with students from all over the world. The winners will receive valuable prizes from the sponsors and partners of the Congress and additional benefits for admission to the Master programs at Gubkin University.
Don`t miss a chance to present your scientific research on the largest international youth event of the university. Submit your abstract until 1st of September at the site of the Congress: oilandgashorizons.ru.

If you have questions you can contact :

Official e-mail of the Congress: ogh@gubkin.ru

Eleonora Belova

President of Gubkin University SPE Student Chapter

E-mail: eleo.belova@yandex.ru

Tel. +7-916-130-18-87

Danil Remezov

Chief organizer of the Congress «Oil and Gas Horizons»
Head of Public Relations Committee of Gubkin University SPE Student Chapter

E-mail: danil.remezov@mail.ru

Tel. +7-910-140-66-46