The 29th Formation Evaluation Symposium of Japan
12th – 13th September 2024
9:00-17:00 (tentative) Japan Standard Time (GMT+9:00)
Date: 12 and 13th September 2024
Venue: Japan Organization for Metals and Energy Security – Technology & Research Center (JOGMEC-TRC), Chiba
1-2-2 Hamada, Mihama-ku, Chiba-city, Chiba 261-0025 Japan
Sponsor: SPWLA Japan Chapter (Japan Formation Evaluation Society: JFES)
Cosponsor: Japan Organization for Metals and Energy Security (JOGMEC)
The 29th Formation Evaluation Symposium of Japan will be held on both 12th & 13th Sep 2024. All persons involved in oil, gas, new energy, geo-engineering industry, and scientific drillings are invited to showcase your case studies, new technologies and innovations.
There will be no poster session, so abstract submission is for consideration an oral presentation only. Each presentation would be total of 20-25 minutes including 1 oral presentation and live Q&A.
The symposium committees are soliciting papers in the following:
- Reservoir Characterization of Conventional Reservoirs
- Reservoir Characterization of Unconventional Reservoirs
- Automated Methods of Formation Evaluation
- Specialized Measurement Techniques and Interpretation Methods
- Core and Well-Log Integration
- Case Studies
We set “DX (Digital Transformation)” as special session theme in this symposium, and recent innovation and experience will be shared with the participants in JFES symposium. The invited talks in-person and online will be arranged by the symposium committee inviting the industry leaders from global universities, research institutes and energy companies. In this special session, JFES will provide petrophysicists, geologists, geophysicists, and engineers with an opportunity to share their expertise and case studies for geothermal energy development.
- Machine leaning, AI for Geoscience
DX applications and utilization to
- Formation Evaluation/Reservoir Characterization of the Analysis technology and evaluation
- Geological/Geomechanical Modeling and Dynamic Simulation
- Reservoir Monitoring Technology
SPWLA Japan Board of Directors also encourage students to participate and present. Best Student Awards will be presented to the outstanding presentation. The student awarded would be nominated for the International Student Paper Contest in the annual SPWLA symposium.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
- Due date: 5th April 2024, Japan Standard Time (GMT+09:00).
- Abstract must be submitted online using the following form.
- Abstract shall contain 200-400 words in English.
- The extended abstract that you want to publish on OnePetro is required after the committee’s review.
Any change to this policy is at the discretion of the JFES Technical Committee and will be studied on a case-by-case basis for exceptional cases.
For any inquiries, please send JFES Technical committee a message via email.