Technical programme

Topics / Instructions

Everyone is encouraged to join EAGE GET2022 to discuss one of the topics. For a complete overview of the topics, or to read how you can submit, click one of the buttons below.

Late-Breaking Abstract Submission

Submit your abstract by 1 October 2022. 

The call for late-breaking abstracts is now open. We hope that this will allow the most recent findings and developments to be included in the technical programme. 

Late-Breaking Abstracts must be submitted following:


Late Breaking Abstracts will be accepted for Poster presentation. 

If you have any questions about the abstract submission process, please contact us

The uses of the subsurface for the energy transition

The following topics are highlighted (but not limited to) for your abstract submission:

  • Data acquisition
  • Geohazard risk monitoring and mitigation approaches
  • How can geophysics support geotechnics? High-resolution seismic acquisition and inversion, data extrapolation, synthetic CPT data
  • AI and Machine Learning
  • Offshore wind farm monitoring and maintenance
  • Asset Management of multi-site portfolios with a mix of solar- and wind assets

The following topics are highlighted (but not limited to) for your abstract submission:

  • Exploration and geographical mapping of CO2 storage resources
  • Geological storage characterization and CO2 storage resource estimation
  • Reservoir and pressure management
  • Assessment, mitigation and remediation of subsurface risks
  • Monitoring technologies for CCS
  • Lessons learned from active CO2 injection sites (large-scale, pilots, test-beds)
  • Carbon Utilization (e.g. CO2 EOR)
  • CCS Integrated project management: visualization to execution
  • Alternative storage types

The following topics are highlighted (but not limited to) for your abstract submission:

  • Mineralogical, geochemical and diagenetic considerations for storage
  • Seal characterization and containment risk assessment (cyclic injection-depletion, caprock/salt geomechanics)
  • Storage site performace (e.g. fluid transport, mixing)
  • Hydrogen storage (salt caverns, pore storage in depleted reservoirs)
  • Compressed air storage
  • Underground thermal energy storage (including aquifer/borehole/cavern thermal energy storage)
  • (Geo)monitoring of energy storage sites

The following topics are highlighted (but not limited to) for your abstract submission:

  • Geothermal resource mapping and assessment: approaches and criteria for Europe and beyond
  • High-resolution geothermal exploration and characterization: predicting reservoir performance and quality
  • Seismic risk assessment and mitigation: tools and solutions for enhanced geothermal systems
  • Processes, materials and equipment to mitigate the scaling and corrosion in the geothermal wells
  • Closed-loop technologies: more cost-efficient, more sustainable?
  • Green technologies for drilling and completion of geothermal wells
  • Ground source heat pumps: opportunity or competition in the geothermal industry?
  • Geomechanics, an enabling discipline for deep geothermal development

The synergies between different uses of the subsurface

The following topics are highlighted (but not limited to) for your abstract submission:

  • Mineral exploitation from geothermal resources: combined heat, power and metals
  • Dual play: hybrid oil and gas and geothermal energy solutions Re-use of oil and gas platforms and equipments
  • Integration of traditional and novel energy systems: technical and business examples
  • Geothermal with CCS and energy storage: the path to net-zero energy projects?
  • CCS and hydrogen (blue hydrogen)
  • Energy storage and hydrogen as enablers for intermittent renewables
  • Use of former mines for heat production and storage

The following topics are highlighted (but not limited to) for your abstract submission:

  • 4D visualisation and planning for a sustainable use of the subsurface
  • Energy Transition subsurface modelling: overlaps and differences with O&G
  • Data mining and AI approaches for the ET
  • Play-based approaches for the ET
  • Cost-effective drilling and data acquisition for the ET: new technologies and best practices
  • Monitoring techniques across new energy applications

The interactions between energy transition uses and the society and the environment

The following topics are highlighted (but not limited to) for your abstract submission:

  • Sustainability of the alternative energy trends to enable the Energy Transition
  • Impact of alternative energy uses, resources and technologies on the environment
  • Trade-offs of alternative energy resources
  • What are the benefits and drawbacks of the Energy Transition on the ecosystem services?
  • What will be the energy demand and delivery over 100 years? - Predictions towards the future
  • What is the aim of the Energy Transition?
  • Risk assessment
  • Environmental footprint
  • Urban mining, recycling, and exploitation of unprofitable fields: what solutions for local georesource shortages?

The following topics are highlighted (but not limited to) for your abstract submission:

  • Current economy and market dynamics in European Renewables
  • Risk mitigation and insurance: the right scheme for my market
  • Skills and expertises for the ET: transfer, upskill, or shift?
  • Regulatory framework: barriers and improvements
  • Application of renewables in the food-supply chain
  • Social Governance of the subsurface in an evolving world
  • Just Energy Transition and the Green New Deal
  • How geosciences can support the social license to operate
  • Non-technical risks (market development, public/regulatory acceptance and participation)
  • Technical projects with focus on public participation
  • Financing new energy projects

New topic

The following topics are highlighted (but not limited to) for your abstract submission:
  • Nuclear energy and the quest for the final storage of nuclear waste
  • Critical mineral supply: sustainable mining to enable the Energy Transition
  • Methane emissions: surface mapping and leak mitigation

Start submission process

Papers can be submitted via the online portal.
Please walk through the steps as outlined in the portal to submit your paper. You will need an EAGE account log in.

Submission instructions

Read more about the requirements and submission process

EAGE invites the presentation of new and original material in a range of multi-disciplinary topics in Geoscience and Engineering. The EAGE takes plagiarism very seriously. Therefore, if an extended abstract or paper, after careful review, examination and consideration, is rejected on the basis of plagiarism, ALL authors of the abstract/paper will be denied the opportunity for further abstract submissions for the following three years. Note that this means that NO abstracts/papers from ANY of the authors (as author or co-author on subsequent papers) will be accepted for ANY EAGE event (Annual Meeting or Workshop) for a period of three years starting on the date of the event for which the paper was originally submitted.

Titles should be short (max 16 words (or 127 characters), longer titles will be cut off) and relevant. Extended abstracts must be in English, original and not have appeared in any other publication.

A summary of the extended abstract (max. 200 words) must be submitted as well.

The body of the extended abstract needs to be four (4) full pages in length, paper size A4. Longer or shorter sized abstracts will not be included in the review process and therefore be rejected. The extended abstract should consist of text and appropriate figures supporting the key message. The text should contain at least one figure and references. Four pages of text alone are not acceptable.

Please do not use more than 1 column for text, do not frame the text, and upload the body of your extended abstract as one document with embedded figures.

A good extended abstract set in the conference template consists of an introduction, the main description of theory or method broken down as appropriate and illustrated with figures, conclusions, optional acknowledgements and references. It should reflect work that is actually completed at the time of submission and not plans or ideas that are still taking shape in the mind of the author or research that is still highly immature.

The extended abstract must concentrate in itself the essential information of the presentation: purpose, methods, results and conclusions. It should be an abbreviated, informative, accurate representation of the presentation and not a mere recital of the subjects to be covered.

The uploaded extended abstract must be in the conference template and in PDF (the portal will not accept other formats). Please make sure the document is not protected.
 

Template usage:

  • Start your extended abstract with a cover page, including the following:
    • The presentation title;
    • Authors and affiliations;
    • Summary (max 200 words).
  • Start the extended abstract on a new page;
  • Start the body text of your extended abstract directly under the conference logo;
  • Use font ‘Times New Roman 11pts’ with single line spacing. Set the alignment as justified and use the standard Word outline level (body text);
  • Do not add empty lines or modify the line space;
  • Use 2,54 cm (1”) for top, bottom, left and right margin;
  • Do not modify the template header and/or footer;
  • Include at least one graphic;
  • Include references.

 

The lay-out of the references should be consistent with the style guide for references in the First Break Author Guidelines. Please ensure every citation has a reference and vice versa.

Number the figures sequentially, according to their appearance in the text, and check that each figure is cited in the text.

Supply a short caption for each figure; more detailed discussion of the figure can be reserved for the text. Further information about the use of figure captions and figure numbering can be found in the First Break Author Guidelines.

Example of an extended abstract [PDF:438KB], by courtesy of G.D. Wach. Kindly note that this example does not include the mandatory cover page.

Your extended abstract will be uploaded in several steps in the portal.

Submission Deadline for the Late Breaking abstract
Please note that the submission deadline is 1 October 2022 (23:59, CEST). The portal will close automatically after this deadline.

Changes after the submission deadline
Please note that it is not possible to make changes to the submission information or the uploaded extended abstract after the submission deadline (1 October).

The Selection Committee will consider all Late Breaking abstracts submitted to the EAGE Head Office by the submission deadline of 1 October 2022 (23:59, CEST). After reviewing and selecting the late breaking abstracts the poster sessions will be composed with the accepted papers to be added to the technical programme. Submitters will be informed if their paper is accepted or rejected via email.

Each extended abstract will be reviewed by at least 2 referees prior to the technical programme selection meeting. The selection process is no formality, on average 1 out of every 4 submitted extended abstracts is rejected!

Authors are required to indicate the topic under which their extended abstract should be evaluated by the review committee.

In case authors of a late breaking abstract want to withdraw their late breaking abstract presentation, please adhere to the deadline of 1 November 2022 (23:59, CEST).

Cancellations of presentations after the withdrawal deadline will be considered as a no-show and you risk being disqualified from presenting at all EAGE events for the next 3 years.

Please keep in mind that only extended abstracts that have been presented will be (remain) available on EarthDoc. Withdrawn presentations and no-shows will not be uploaded or removed from  EarthDoc.

Please note: EAGE cannot be held liable for any loss, damage, direct, indirect or consequential damage as a result of withdrawal, removal or non-removal of the abstract in any way.

The accepted extended abstract is published on EarthDoc, which is an official EAGE publication, as submitted. Badly written extended abstracts not only reflect poorly on the authors, but also on the association. Many more people read the accepted extended abstracts than those attending the presentation. Therefore EAGE will only consider properly written and informative extended abstracts that are submitted in line with the template instructions.

Authors are encouraged to submit their material for publication in one of the journals of the association. Acceptance for the conference does not guarantee acceptance for publication in one of the journals.

The programme for Association and Cooperation in Earth Sciences (PACE) is funded by EAGE and supports individual geoscientists to participate actively in selected EAGE events. This support is available for accepted speakers who cannot obtain financial support from other sources.  With the PACE programme, EAGE strives to encourage the exchange of information and knowledge among the global geoscientific community.

Message will be send to europe@eage.org

Message will be send to students@eage.org

Message will be send to grants@eage.org

Message will be send to corporaterelations@eage.org

Message will be send to exhibition@eage.org

Message will be send to registration@eage.org

Message will be send to abstracts@eage.org