Postponement of the Euroforum 2020
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New date for the SMN SPE Euroforum 2020We are pleased to announce that we have now rescheduled the date for the...
Postponement of the Euroforum 2020SPE Aberdeen and the SMN have been in constant contact over past weeks o...
Sand Consolidation - Technology ForumThe call for abstracts is now launched for the next SMN technology forum...
The Sand Management Network invites you to submit a presentation abstract for the upcoming members’ forum on the 2nd June in Stavanger. Your company need not be members of the Sand Management Network to make a presentation.
We are seeking a broad range of presentations and encourage submissions on everything from fundamental studies in sand management to applications of the latest processes and technologies. As always technical case studies are particularly welcome.
On consulting the members recently, abstracts are invited that will address but are not limited to the following topics:
- Sand control in depleted reservoirs
- Retrofit sand control
- Heavy oil fields
- Remedial solutions
- New technologies in the market
Send your abstract (maximum 200 words) to the Sand Management Network Manager by email to Katrina.firstname.lastname@example.org by 3 April latest.
Non-member presentations welcome!
If you know of a presentation you’d like to hear from a company that is not a member of the Sand Management Network, please encourage them to submit an abstract.
Open to: SMN Members
We are pleased to announce that we have now rescheduled the date for the 2020 Euroforum to 23 - 25 November at Ardoe House Hotel.
The pre conference workshop will take place on Monday 23 November and the main forum on 24 & 25 November. We hope that the schedule will remain largely the same as previously advertised but will update you as soon as we can.
For those who booked to attend, exhibit, sponsor or present you will be hearing from us very shortly.
Open to: Public
SPE Aberdeen and the SMN have been in constant contact over past weeks on the Corona Virus and previously decided to continue with the event, which was in line with the UK Government's Chief Medical Officer and World Health Organisation guidelines.
However, many organisations are prioritising the need to curb infection in society and maintain primary business activity. Many organisations are instructing staff not to participate in large meetings or indeed to travel. We fully support this.
Hence, we feel that we must now postpone Euroforum 2020 because the risks being taken do not justify the benefits, especially when there are other options.
We have therefore decided to reschedule the event to a later date in 2020