Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

Chemicals made from petroleum oil or natural gas, either directly (pyrolysis) or indirectly (chemical processing). Petrochemicals such as acetylene, benzene, ethane, ethylene, methane, propane, and hydrogen are used to make hundreds of different compounds. These derivatives are used to make elastomers, fibres, plasticizers, and solvents, as well as feedstock for thousands of other goods.

Process engineering is an important phase in the petrochemical industry, and it is used to design, build, maintain, and upgrade huge equipment and facilities that are used to process and produce oil and gas, either onshore or offshore.

  • Track 1-1Conversion Process: Decomposition, Unification, Alteration or Rearrangement
  • Track 1-2Solvent Extraction and Dewaxing
  • Track 1-3Atmospheric and Vacuum Distillation
  • Track 1-4Crude oil Desalting and Distillation
  • Track 1-5Petroleum Refining and Petrochemicals
  • Track 1-6Geology & Geoscience

Exploration for oil and gas in the earth's sedimentary basins is known as petroleum exploration. The procedure is based on the methodical use of technology by innovative geoscientists, which results in viable drilling prospects and the drilling of exploratory and appraisal wells. Geological prospecting and exploration for oil and gas is a combination of industrial and R&D activities aimed at geologically studying subsurface resources, identifying potential locations, and discovering fields, as well as evaluating and pre-developing them. The preparation of subsurface resources is the ultimate goal of geological prospecting.

  • Track 2-1Surface Geology
  • Track 2-2Subsurface Geology
  • Track 2-3Drilling Operations
  • Track 2-4Electric, Radioactivity and Acoustic (Sonic) Logging
  • Track 2-5Drill Stem Tests
  • Track 2-6Geophysical surveys
  • Track 2-7Geochemical Surveys
  • Track 2-8maps and Cross-Sections

  • Track 3-1Petroleum Geology
  • Track 3-2Filtration & Separation
  • Track 3-3Environmental & Health Issues
  • Track 3-4Environmental & Pollution Issues

  • Track 4-1Fuels, Gasoline, Diesel fuel, Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) fuel oil, Kerosene
  • Track 4-2Asphalt (mainly used in asphalt concrete)
  • Track 4-3Paraffin wax
  • Track 4-4Tar

  • Track 5-1Petroleum Conversion Processes
  • Track 5-2Petroleum Treating Processes
  • Track 5-3Feedstock and Product Handling
  • Track 5-4Auxiliary facilities

  • Track 7-1Upstream Integration
  • Track 7-2Midstream Integration
  • Track 7-3Downstream Integration
  • Track 7-4Oil and Gas Impacts
  • Track 7-5Oil and Gas Legal Issues
  • Track 7-6exploration and Production
  • Track 7-7Nanotechnology in the Oil and Gas Industry

  • Track 8-1Conventional wells
  • Track 8-2Side-track wells
  • Track 8-3Horizontal wells
  • Track 8-4Designer wells
  • Track 8-5Multilateral wells
  • Track 8-6Coiled tubing drilling
  • Track 8-7Through tubing rotary drilling

  • Track 9-1Vehicle Collisions
  • Track 9-2Struck-By/ Caught-In/ Caught-Between
  • Track 9-3Explosions and Fires
  • Track 9-4Falls
  • Track 9-5Confined Spaces
  • Track 9-6Ergonomic Hazards
  • Track 9-7hihg Pressure Lines and Equipment
  • Track 9-8Electrical and Other Hazardous Energy
  • Track 9-9Machine Hazards
  • Track 9-10Planning and Prevention

  • Track 10-1Percussion or Cable Drilling
  • Track 10-2Rotary Drilling
  • Track 10-3Dual-Wall Reverse-Circulation Drilling
  • Track 10-4Electro-Drilling
  • Track 10-5Directional Drilling
  • Track 10-6Advanced Drilling Technologies
  • Track 10-7Reservoir & Drilling Engineering

  • Track 11-1Crude Oil Distillation Unit, Crude Oil Distillation Unit (CDU): is the first processing unit in virtually all oil refineries.
  • Track 11-2Vacuum Distillation Unit
  • Track 11-3Diesel Hydro treating Unit
  • Track 11-4Semi-regenerative Reforming
  • Track 11-5Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit
  • Track 11-6Sulfur Recovery Unit
  • Track 11-7Isomerization Unit

  • Track 12-1Conventional biofuels
  • Track 12-2Basic biology, biochemistry and chemistry of different types and classes of biofuel
  • Track 12-3Current research in synthetic biology and GM in the development and exploitation of new biofuel sources
  • Track 12-4Aspects relating to ecology and land use, including the fuel v food dilemma
  • Track 12-5Sustainability of different types of biofuel
  • Track 12-6Ethical aspects of biofuel production

  • Track 14-1Energy and Fuel Recovery and many allied topics
  • Track 14-2Green energy & Sustainable energy
  • Track 14-3Renewable energy & Feedstock
  • Track 14-4Enhanced Oil & Gas Recovery

  • Track 15-1Condensate and Water Removal
  • Track 15-2Acid Gas Removal
  • Track 15-3Dehydration – moisture removal
  • Track 15-4Mercury Removal
  • Track 15-5Nitrogen Rejection
  • Track 15-6NGL Recovery, Separation, Fractionation, and Treatment of Natural Gas Liquids
  • Track 15-7Gasoline from Natural Gas

  • Track 16-1Oil & Gas and Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Track 16-2Advanced Offshore and Onshore Oil and Gas Strategies
  • Track 16-3Onshore/Offshore Support