通知

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS-SPWLA 62nd Annual Logging Symposium

2020-08-06 11:35:52 administrator 13

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

SPWLA 62nd Annual Logging Symposium
Boston, USA • May 15-19, 2021

The SPWLA Board of Directors invites you to join us in Boston, May 15-19, 2021 to showcase your case studies, new technologies and innovations at the SPWLA 62nd Annual Logging Symposium. We are soliciting papers in the following categories:

  • New Borehole Logging Technology

  • Advances in Machine Learning

  • Deep Water Reservoir Analysis

  • Petrophysics in Brownfields

  • Case Studies

  • Formation Evaluation Behind Casing

  • Completion Petrophysics and Reservoir Surveillance

  • Formation Evaluation of Conventional Reservoirs

  • Formation Evaluation of Unconventional Reservoirs

The information contained in your abstract is the basis for the acceptance of your paper into the technical program. Your abstract should contain 200-500 words. Do not feel obligated to use the full allocated length. Our members look for papers containing strong technical and innovative content. We ask you to refrain from commercialism and focus on the promotion of petrophysics and formation evaluation. Your submitted abstract needs to be the same as the abstract published in your paper. Before submitting you must agree to meet all deadlines defined on the abstract submission page. All abstracts and final manuscripts must be in English.

Abstracts must be submitted no later than Sunday 25th October 2020 via online submission at https://www.spwlaworld.org/abstract-submission/

Notification of acceptance will be made in December 2020. If selected, your abstract will be published online on the Symposium’s website in February 2021. You will then be required to submit a draft manuscript for the Symposium transactions by Monday 15th March 2021 and your final manuscript by Monday 5th April 2021. Any paper not submitted in finalised format by then shall be removed. After submitting, you shall work with two members of the Technical Committee for a review of the manuscript to ensure clarity and to avoid commercialism. For questions, please contact Stephanie Turner at SPWLA either by phone (+1) 713-947-8727 or email stephanie@spwla.org.

We look forward to reviewing your abstracts!