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      December 2, 2019

      Monday   8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (daily for 2 times)

      United Arab Emirates

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      2nd Global Congress on Petroleum Engineering and Natural Gas Recovery

      2nd Global Congress onPetroleum Engineering and Natural Gas Recovery
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      With incredible pleasure, we are heartily beholden to solicit you to the Global Congress on Petroleum Engineering and Natural Gas Recovery which is slated for Dec 02-03, 2019 at Dubai, UAE highlighting the theme “ Exploring the Tailored Strategies and Latest Innovation of Petroleum Engineering and Natural Gas ”. Petroleum Engineering 2019 conference will provide you the excellent platform to share the knowledge with pioneers globally and the proficient keynote from the experts. Petroleum Engineering offers a novel area and possibility to evaluate the most advanced updates.
      Petroleum Engineering 2019 primarily focuses on its latest innovation of Petroleum Engineering and Oil & Gas. Petroleum Engineering 2019 provides a novel changes for the participants with varied backgrounds to share their analysis and concepts and to be informed from different colleagues regarding the latest scientific enhancement within the field of Petroleum Engineering and its interconnected disciplines.
      The proposed theme “ Exploring the Tailored Strategies and Latest Innovation of Petroleum Engineering and Natural Gas ” in the 21st Century in a secure yet exciting environment that offers a wide range of diversions to attendees of all backgrounds and provides an enormous opportunity to share research concepts, exchange ideas and establish collaborations & networking.

      We believe that with your presence and guidance we will make Petroleum Engineering 2019 a victory.

      Scientific Session
      Session on: Petroleum Engineering

      Petroleum engineering combines with technology, science, engineering and mathematics.Petroleum Engineering is concerned with the production of crude oil, natural gas and petroleum from subsurface reservoirs. Production and Investigation are the two primary territories within the upstream segment of oil and gas industry which centre around amplifying financial recuperation of hydrocarbons from subsurface supplies. Petroleum Engineers need to understand different aspects such as thermo-hydraulics, geo-mechanics and intelligent systems to identify new ideas to access these hard to reach deposits. Petroleum and geosystems engineers are able to identify and rectify important issues that will lead to energy security and thus are in huge demand

      Session on : Drilling and Mining Engineering

      Drilling engineers determine the effective way to drill an oil or gas well, taking into account a number of factors, including cost. They also certify and assure that the drilling process is safe, minimally disruptive to the environment, and efficient. Drilling is a process of creating a hole into a hard surface where the length of the hole is very large compared to the diameter. Mining engineering refers to creating holes into a rock mass.

      The Mining engineers develop plans for where and how to extract coal, metals, and non-metallic minerals. Most modern technology used in mining comes from centuries of experience through traditional trial and error. However in modern mining, it is not always possible to simply try a mining method or technology. The process has to be determined prior to the mining process.

      Session on: Petroleum Geology and Geoscience

      Petroleum geology comprises those geological disciplines which are of greatest significance for the identifying and recovery of oil and gas. Petroleum geology help in studying sedimentology that deals with how the petroleum deposits in the sedimentary rock and accumulations of petroleum. Production Geology has become an essential field and in mature sedimentary basins more geologists and geophysicists are involved in high production than exploration. Today most of the world reserves of petroleum are added by increasing the recovery in existing fields than by discovering new fields. Another aspects of petroleum geology deals with rock layer and the way they can move or shift. The movement of rock layer can affect where the petroleum deposits are found, as well as the extraction of petroleum.

      Petroleum geosciences include the discovery and extraction of oil and gas. Hydrocarbons are created through geological processes in the underground. In the exploration phase, geophysical methods are used mainly in seismology. In order to establish deposits, wells must be drilled.

      Session on : Offshore technologies and Offshore Operations

      Offshore deals with energy activity and exploration located at a distance from the shore. Offshore is a broad concept and it deals with oil and gas drilling. Oil and gas is drilled with help of various offshore structures for example oil rigs and vessels. Offshore drilling is a method where a borehole is drilled through the ocean bed. Petroleum, natural gas, crude oil is located below the bedrock, which makes it difficult to extract them. A limited amount of inland oil has driven oil industry to the ocean to find more oil deposits. There are huge financial markets in the offshore industry due to that huge money is being invested in new offshore structures all around the globe.

      Many challenges is encountered when oil and water separating in offshore and onshore production train. Two of them are foremost challenges are presence of stable emulsions and/or high oil viscosities - both of which can limit separation efficiency significantly if not appropriately addressed. Especially the production of heavy oil is creating great norm in current mature oil industry, where light and easy oil fields are produced or are nearing their end-life.

      Session on : Oil and Gas Technology

      Oil and gas have naturally producing chemicals that are created by two elements Carbon and Hydrogen. Petroleum's importance to human kind took a giant leap in the late 1800's when it replaced coal as the primary fuel for the machines of the industrial revolution. In today's industrialized society, petroleum means power. It provides the mechanical energy to run machines and industries and also the political energy that comes from being able to shut down the machines and industries of those who depend on you for their oil supply.

      The oil and gas industry is generally portrayed as dominated by drilling for oil and gas fields. And in fact most companies called as exploration companies and make their entire living doing exactly that. However, there is a sub-industry concentrating on getting more oil from a given discovery (field). We tend to brand them as production companies where engineering skills are put to test in trying to recover more and more oil from a ‘‘reluctant’’ reservoir.

      Session on : Biofuels, Biodiesels and Hydrocarbon

      Biodiesel are substitute for fossil fuels. The most valuable remarkable first generation biofuels are bioethanol and biodiesel. Biodiesel can be blended and used in many different concentrations, including B100 (pure biodiesel), B20 (20% biodiesel, 80% petroleum diesel), B5 (5% biodiesel, 95% petroleum diesel), and B2 (2% biodiesel, 98% petroleum diesel). Biofuel is a type of fuel whose energy is generated from biological carbon fixation. Bio?fuels include fuels obtained from biomass conversion, as well as liquid fuels, solid biomass and various biogases. Hydrocarbon molecule contains only carbon and hydrogen. Hydrocarbons are further classified into several structural types called aromatics, alkanes, alkenes and alkynes.

      Session on : Advanced Natural Gas Engineering

      Natural gas produced from either an oil or gas reservoir is a complex mixture with various compounds of hydrocarbons (primarily methane, butane and varying amounts of ethane, propane and even higher molecular weight hydrocarbons), an amount of water vapor, small amounts of non-hydrocarbon gases (carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulfide and mercaptans such as methanethiol and ethanethiol) and even neutral gases such as nitrogen and helium etc. Natural gas provided of about 23% of the total global energy supply, and that share would certainly increase. While oil is a liquid and coal is a solid, natural gas is a gaseous-phase fossil fuel. It is colourless, odourless, shapeless, and lighter than air. When burned, it gives off about 1,000 Btu (British thermal unit) per scf (standard cubic foot) and is used for domestic applications such as cooking, space heating and also to generate electricity.

      Session on : Petro-chemistry and Applications in Polymer Science

      The petroleum industry is consisting of different upstream and downstream segments from prospecting for oil to production of petrochemicals. Petroleum chemistry composed of complex hydrocarbon such as asphaltenes. Petrochemical sector involves the production of monomers and polymers, which have applications in a various sectors including the petroleum industry, which consumes a vast array of oligomer/polymer products. The polymer materials used in the oil industry can be divided into two large groups: [1] solid-state polymers such as engineering materials and [2] polymers in solution employed as additive formulations or components of fluids.

      Polymers are a highly distinct class of materials which are available in all fields of technology from avionics through 3D printing, bio-sensor devices, drug delivery system, Holography, tissue engineering and cosmetics etc. Polymer science is a interdisciplinary territory comprised of physical, chemical, engineering, preparing and hypothetical viewpoints.

      Session on : Catalysts for Heavy Oil Extraction

      With the increasing world energy demand, great attention has been focused on utilizing heavy oil and bitumen, which are potentially located ultra-deep underground and cannot be easily recovered.

      Thermal oil-recovery processes are capable for enhancing heavy-oil recovery. Steam injection decreased the oil viscosity and chemical reactions between steam and heavy oil have been shown to play an effective role in the recovery process. These reactions induce the formation of gaseous components such as hydrogen sulfide, carbon dioxide and hydrogen during steam injection.

      Session on : Sustainable Energy

      Sustainable energy is the sustainable provision of energy that meets todays demand without compromising the ability of future generations to faced their needs. Technologies that promote sustainable energy include renewable energy sources such as hydroelectricity, solar energy, wind energy, wave power, geothermal energy and tidal power and also technologies designed to enhance energy efficiency.

      Session on : Advanced Nanomaterials in oil and Gas industries

      Nanoparticles has been widely studied in an effort to ensure easier and more economical oil exploration and production processes, especially in challenging and harsh reservoirs environments. The unique physical and chemical properties of nanomaterials have lead to their application in almost all oil and gas aspects such as reservoir characterization, exploration, drilling, cementing, enhanced oil recovery (EOR), production and stimulation, refining and processing. Nano-sensors have been designed rapidly to increase the resolution of the subsurface imaging leading to advanced field characterization techniques. Nanotechnology are also strikes the stage of production enormously to enhance the oil recovery via molecular modification and manipulate the interfacial characteristics.

      Session on : Global Gas Recovery and Refining

      Oil and gas will remain essential to world economic development and prosperity for decades to come, even with low-carbon policies. Enhanced oil recovery is the utilization of various strategies for expanding the measure of unrefined petroleum that can be extracted from an oil field. Improved oil recuperation is also called enhanced oil recuperation or tertiary recuperation.

      Primary crude oil cuts in a typical refinery include gases, kerosene, light/heavy naphtha, light gas oil, heavy gas oil and residue. From these intermediate refinery product streams several final product streams such as fuel gas, gasoline, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), jet fuel, kerosene, auto diesel, bunker oil, lubricants, asphalt and coke are obtained. The entire refinery technology involves careful manipulation of various feed properties using both physical and chemical changes.

      Session on : Petroleum Additives: Synthesis and Application

      Petroleum additives are chemical compounds that enhance the lubricant performance of base oil (or oil "base stock"). The manufacturer of many various oils can utilize the same base stock for each formulation and can choose different additives for each specific application. Additives consist up to 5% by weight of some oils.

      Session on : Recent Development in Oil and Gas industries

      The Oil and Gas industry is driven by advances in Technology. The impact of technology in the Oil and Gas industry introduced with Edwin L. Drake’s 71 Feet drilling of an oil well which produce 400 gallons of pure oil every 24 hours and was further reinforced by the enhancement of the technology for the separation the oil and water. The oil and gas industry has continued to develop in pursuit of larger quantities of petroleum from higher complex geologic structures. A primary benefit of advanced technology has been the conservation of natural resources by increasing the percentages of oil and gas recovered from existing reservoirs. Many breakthroughs and thousands of progressive advances in exploration and production have increased oil recovery levels from less than 10 percent (of the initial volume in place) to in excess of 70 percent in many issues.

      Session on : Regulations and Ethics

      Ethics and Regulations in Oil and Gas industry covers a various range of business practices and procedures which includes Legal Structures, Commercial and Legal matters, Health and Safety, Uncontrolled Shale Gas Emissions, Environment, Quality (HSEQ) Policy and Security, Legal, Revenue System and Contracts, Energy Security, Intellectual Property rights, Geopolitics of Oil and Gas and Occupational Health and Safety.

      Session on : Transporting Oil and Gas

      Crude oil tankers are used to transport crude oil from fields in the North Sea, Middle East, Africa, and Latin America to refineries around the globe. Product tankers transport refined products from refineries to terminals. Tankers range in size from the tiny vessels used to transport refined products to larger crude carriers. Tanker sizes are expressed in cargo tons or terms of deadweight (dwt). The tiny tankers are general purpose which varies from 10 to 25,000 tons.

      These tankers are used to carry refined products. The Large Range and Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCC) are worked in international crude oil trade. The size of tanker that can be used in any trade (commercial voyage between a port of origin and destination) is dependent on the tanker's length, size of the loading and unloading ports and loaded depth.

      Session on : Health, Safety & Environment

      The health function typically explains with the well-being of the employees as they live and work in their environment. It interact with the conduct of activities in such a way to avoid harm to the health of employees and to promote as appropriate their health. Typically, the health function mainly focuses on the effects of oil field chemicals and oil field physical environment on employees. The safety function mainly involve in protecting the employee from risk involved during any type of operation and duties. The safety function seeks to reduce these risks and monitor the effectiveness of the minimization activities. The environmental function mainly focused on the effects that petroleum activities have on the natural resources. It aims to provide products & services and advice which will not cause injury or undue effects on the environment. Common Health, Safety, Environment aspects are listed below:

      Cost: $1,099 – $2,700

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