SPE Russian Petroleum Technology Conference 2022

18-20 October 2022

The most crucial upstream event returns to Moscow

For more than 15 years, the SPE Russian Petroleum Technology Conference has established itself as the Russia and Caspian leading gathering to address challenges, deliver improved performance and highlight emerging technologies and practices in global oil and gas exploration and production. The SPE Russian Petroleum Technology Conference is renowned for the highest calibre peer-selected technical papers in the field of exploration and production and is developed by the industry for the industry. It offers an unparalleled forum to learn, network and promote.

This is where the industry gets back to business and meets with its customers. It’s a great opportunity to meet face-to-face with your key contacts in the oilfield market. The SPE Russian Petroleum Technology Conference provides oil and gas professionals with opportunities to network with their peers, gain exposure through strategic content, generate leads, and increase brand visibility. This event is created for professionals by professionals.

Programme Committee Co-Chairs
Geoexpert Service
Irina Bobb
Baker Hughes
Vil Syrtlanov

The conference program covers all aspects of the petroleum industry, and speakers are selected based on their expertise and experience in the field. They come from all over the globe. This year’s conference programme will focus on innovative technologies that can improve efficiency, safety and quality of operations. It will also address issues related to the development of new products and services, as well as the use of digital solutions in the field of oil and gas exploration and extraction.

Call for Papers is Open

We invite you to submit a paper to speak at the SPE Russian Petroleum Technology Conference 2022!

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What Delegates Say?

"The event was held at the highest level despite the complex and such a "cold" online format of the conference in the COVID era. Nevertheless, SPE managed to create an exceptionally warm and at the same time business environment." Alexander Shandrygin, Gazprom VNIIGAZ

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About the Conference

The must-attend upstream event of the year returns to Moscow attracts 600+ delegates from around the world. The event offers an excellent platform for networking and meeting new business partners. This is where the industry gets back to business and meets with its customers. It’s a great opportunity to meet face-to-face with your key contacts in the oilfield services market. At SPE Russian Petroleum Technology Conference you have access to a wide range of networking possibilities: you can connect with colleagues from across the globe and exchange ideas and meet with potential clients. You may find out what kind of projects are currently being worked on and how they could benefit from your company’s technologies and solutions. A hands-on event where attendees learn from each other and get real results!

Why Submit a Paper?
Boost your professional skills

Speaking at a conference is an opportunity to build self-confidence and improve communication and leadership skills.

Improve your professional reputation

Sharing your experience is a great opportunity to show your profound knowledge and expertise, whilst enhancing your professional reputation.

Be prominent in the job market

Speaking at a conference and publication in OnePetro® is a great addition to your CV that will make you more competitive within the job market.

Support the industry

Got a great idea on how to overcome an industry burning issue or an innovative project? Share it with your audience.

Receive author and speaker benefits

As a speaker, you will have a special registration rate, delegate pack, and much more…A good reason to submit your abstract, isn't it?

Get published

As we have already mentioned, your paper will be published in OnePetro ® and may be also published in the citation database Scopus (the decision on the article citation lies with the discretion of the Scopus Commission).