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EAGE Gathers World’s Geoscientists and Engineers for Online Conference and Exhibition

The EAGE will bring together the global geoscience and engineering community to confront the extraordinary challenges facing oil and gas technology, business and academia in the Covid-19 era.
This article appeared in November, 2020

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EAGE Gathers World’s Geoscientists and Engineers for its Online Conference and Exhibition

The EAGE Annual Conference and Exhibition Online on December 8-11, 2020, brings together the global geoscience and engineering community to confront the extraordinary challenges facing oil and gas technology, business and academia in the Covid-19 era. Awaiting them will be the specially adapted technical programme, forum sessions, community activities, a student programme and more.

  • Around 450 pre-recorded technical sessions will be accessible globally at the EAGE Annual Conference & Exhibition Online, with an online exhibition to support.

The innovative online format provides an exceptional opportunity to participate in parallel technical sessions on offer. Around 450 pre-recorded presentations are made available to registered delegates prior to the event. During the event, sessions will consist of a video stream of presentation summaries followed by an interactive Q&A discussion.

The online exhibition will support the event. Companies will showcase their latest technological developments, products, and services via an interactive set-up. Event participants can join the exhibitors’ live presentations, read about their offerings, interact via audio and video, or arrange individual virtual meetings.

Inside the ‘Community Hub’, EAGE will offer an engaging set of activities on career development open to all delegates. For students there will be recruitment advice and networking with university and company representatives.

Learn more about all aspects of the event at the EAGE website.

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