Eastern Unconventional Oil & Gas Symposium
The Kentucky Geological Survey and Center for Applied Energy Research at the University of Kentucky are joining together to host the Second Biennial Eastern Unconventional Oil & Gas Symposium to be held May 7-8, 2018. EUOGS targets a broad range of upstream and downstream issues related to energy production from emerging resources. Successful development of unconventional oil and gas resources relies on expertise from a number of disciplines, regulatory frameworks, and environmental topics including:
- Upstream: leasing, horizontal drilling, fracture stimulation, regulations, water issues, induced seismicity, geology, and related topics
- Midstream: compression, processing, pipelines, and similar issues
- Downstream: regulated utilities, natural gas vehicles, sustainability, petrochemicals, environmental impacts, and other focus areas
Submitted Abstracts (1 to 2 pages) are due JANUARY 26, 2018. - Call for Papers Instructions
The meeting is planned to open with a plenary session on Monday, May 7 with technical sessions on Monday afternoon and Tuesday, May 8
We are targeting an audience from, but not limited to, the oil and gas producing areas of the states in the northeast comprising the Appalachian, Illinois, and Michigan Basins. We are inviting you to save these dates, May 7-8, 2018, and consider joining us as a speaker for our technical sessions.