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.

Hydrocarbons are chemical compounds made up of hydrogen and carbon. The simplest of these is methane and natural gas. Oil is a hydrocarbon fuel because it is made up of various compounds rather like methane, but it is liquid rather than gas. Alkanes are referred to as saturated hydrocarbons which act as the basis for petroleum fuels and are found in linear and branched forms. Laboratory analysis of petroleum hydrocarbons using chromatography.

  • Track 1-1Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
  • Track 1-2Hydraulic fracturing
  • Track 1-3Hydrocarbon exploration
  • Track 1-4Total petroleum hydrocarbon

Petroleum geology is the study of source, existence, progression, aggregation, and research of hydrocarbon fuels in the Earth crust. It refers to the precise set of ecological disciplines that are applied to the search for hydrocarbons (oil exploration). Economic geology is preponderantly involved with the assessment of seven key components in substance basins: origin, repository, seal, trap, timing, advancement and transfer.

  • Track 3-1Source Rock Analysis
  • Track 3-2Exploration Stage
  • Track 3-3Appraisal Stage
  • Track 3-4Production Stage

Scientific Exploration of Petroleum aims to provide technological development of hydrocarbons by scientific means and its Development helps to promote the innovative ability of scholars and workers. It mainly focuses to develop the product which is eco-friendly to the Environment. There are three segments in Petroleum Product life cycle namely upstream, midstream and downstream. Scientific Exploration belongs to Upstream segment of the life cycle.

  • Track 4-1Collecting Observations
  • Track 4-2Formulate a Hypothesis
  • Track 4-3Testing Predictions
  • Track 4-4Accept, Modify or Reject Hypothesis

Seismic Survey is the primary tool used for Exploration in Petroleum industry. The main purpose of the seismic survey is to anticipate where the oil or gas available in plenty.  The survey is done by creating a Seismic wave on the surface of the ground along a predetermined line. These wave travel inside the Earth and it is reflected by subsurface formations, where the time taken is recorded by Geophones. By analysing the time taken by the wave to reflect off subsurface formations and to the surface, a geophysicist can map the subsurface formations and anticipate where the oil or gas available in large quantities for Exploration.

  • Track 5-12D and 3D Seismic Analysis
  • Track 5-2Data Acquisition
  • Track 5-3Data Interpretation
  • Track 5-4Data Processing

Material Science and Engineering comes under Science and Engineering Technology that studies about Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of materials. Material Science and Engineering deals with the transformations, heat treatments and mechanical behaviour of structural materials.

  • Track 6-1Corrosion
  • Track 6-2Polymer Engineering and Science
  • Track 6-3Computational Modeling of Materials
  • Track 6-4Materials Performance

The development of drilling wells offshore in petrochemical industry provides additional energy resources. The essential seaward wellbore development process isn't altogether not quite the same as the rotational penetrating procedure utilized for arrive based boring. The primary contrasts are the sort boring equipment and changed strategies used to complete the activities in a more intricate circumstance. For offshore boring a Mechanical Properties of stable seaward stage or gliding vessel from which to penetrate must be given. These range from perpetual seaward settled or gliding stages to impermanent base bolstered or skimming boring vessels. In USA, 35% of oil are obtained through offshore development. The direction of drilling is ascertained by the dipole sharing investigation tool (DSI).

  • Track 7-1Well Logging
  • Track 7-2Offshore Drilling
  • Track 7-3Stability
  • Track 7-4Rotary Drilling
  • Track 7-5Land Based Drilling

The Petroleum life cycle initiates with Exploration and terminates with Sales. The petroleum product Life cycle comprises of three segments namely upstream, mid-stream and downstream. The upstream includes Exploration and Production (E&P) of gas/oil, midstream includes Refining and Processing, and downstream includes Distribution and Marketing of Petroleum product. This life cycle is very important in this Era.

  • Track 8-1Exploration of Petroleum
  • Track 8-2Refining Methodology
  • Track 8-3Production
  • Track 8-4Sales
  • Track 8-5Marketing

Oil industry holds a noteworthy capability of risks for the earth, and may affect it at various levels: air, water, soil, and therefore all living creatures on our planet. Inside this specific situation, the most far reaching and risky result of oil and gas industry exercises is contamination. Contamination is related with for all intents and purposes all exercises all through all phases of oil and gas generation, from exploratory exercises to Refining Crude. Wastewaters, gas outflows, strong waste and vaporizers created amid penetrating, generation, refining (in charge of the most contamination) and transportation add up to more than 800 unique chemicals, among which, obviously, win oil and oil-based commodities. Other ecological effects include escalation of the nursery impact, corrosive rain, poor water quality, groundwater contamination, among others. The oil and gas industry may likewise add to biodiversity and preservation misfortune and additionally to the pulverization of biological systems that, now and again, might be one of a kind.

  • Track 9-1Environmental Engineering
  • Track 9-2Greenhouse Effect
  • Track 9-3Gas Emission
  • Track 9-4Refining Crude

Nanoscience and technology is that the branch of science that studies systems and manipulates matter on atomic, molecular and supramolecular scales (the micromillimeter scale). On such a length scale, quantum mechanical and surface boundary effects become relevant, conferring properties on materials that aren'tevident on larger, macroscopic length scales.It is associated with chemical engineering.

  • Track 10-1Molecular Engineering
  • Track 10-2Nano optical fibers
  • Track 10-3Nanosensors for hydrocarbon
  • Track 10-4Nanomaterials

Petroleum Chemistry is made up of blend of various hydrocarbons. The most productive hydrocarbons found in the science of oil are alkanes, these are additionally now and then knowing as expanded or straight hydrocarbons. A huge level of the staying concoction compound is the comprised of sweet-smelling hydrocarbons and cycloalkanes. Furthermore, oil science contains a few more intricate hydrocarbons, for example, asphaltenes. Each land area and henceforth oil field will create a crude oil with an alternate blend of particles relying on the general level of every hydrocarbon it contains, this specifically influences the colouration and thickness of the oil science. The essential type of hydrocarbons in the science of oil are the alkanes, which are additionally frequently named paraffins. These are named as soaked hydrocarbons and they show either fanned or straight particle chains.

  • Track 11-1Petroleum Refining
  • Track 11-2Natural Gas Processing
  • Track 11-3Flue Gas Analysis
  • Track 11-4Safety Measurements for Flammable Mixtures

In the petroleum industry transportation and capacity identifies with the development of raw petroleum from the oil fields to oil refineries and to capacity territories where the oil-based commodities are put away for conveyance and crisis saves. Oil pipelines are covered and are for the most part produced using carbon steel or plastic tubes. Today Companies use oil stockpiling as a key instrument to fabricate benefits in the overall market. Utilization of most pipelines is to convey inflammable liquids or to work at medium to high weights and temperatures, it is basic that the capacity framework choice mirrors the business prerequisites.

  • Track 12-1Gas Processing and Compression
  • Track 12-2Oil Boosting
  • Track 12-3Downstream Pipeline
  • Track 12-4Gas Production
  • Track 12-5Virtual Pipeline

Chemical Engineering deals with the look and maintenance of chemical plants and therefore the development of chemical processes for changing raw materials or chemicals into valuable forms. It combines information of Chemistry and Engineering for the assembly of chemicals and connected by-products. This branch of engineering may be a varied field, covering areas from biotechnology and  engineering, beneficiation, prescribed drugs, artificial fibres, crude oil processing plants etc.

  • Track 13-1Processing of Crude oil
  • Track 13-2Petroleum Refining Methods
  • Track 13-3Material Science and technology
  • Track 13-4Petrochemical Engineering

Digital Transformation of Petroleum is the new concept introduced in the petroleum industry to resolve the problems arise during petroleum products processing and marketing. New advanced innovations joined with information driven bits of knowledge can change activities, boosting spryness and vital basic leadership. Digital Transformation is the force that can transform the whole industry. These insights help the drive smarter, faster business decisions for industrial companies.

  • Track 14-1Predictive Maintenance
  • Track 14-2Repository Simulation
  • Track 14-3Remote sensing technique
  • Track 14-4Decision Making

The method by that a substance speeds up a chemical action while not being consumed or altered within the process. Substances which will accomplish this outstanding exploit area unit termed catalysts and area unit of vast importance in chemistry and biology.

  • Track 15-1Nanocatalysis
  • Track 15-2Fluid catalytic cracking
  • Track 15-3Catalysts in Petroleum Refining
  • Track 15-4Photocatalysis

Reservoir Engineering is a branch of Petroleum Engineering. In Reservoir Engineering we learnt about the topics such as how to extract oil and gas efficiently from reservoirs, well locations, well type, well performance, injection and production strategies, production history, reservoir characteristics, fluid characteristics, data analytics, economics and many other factors.

  • Track 16-1Well Testing
  • Track 16-2Reservoir Simulation
  • Track 16-3Production Forecast
  • Track 16-4Reservoir Fluids