As one of the largest gatherings of E&P professionals, ATCE includes an extensive technical program covering all industry disciplines. Technical experts share their knowledge and insights to help move the industry forward.
The Call for Papers process for ATCE 2019 is now open. The deadline to submit a paper proposal is Monday, 21 January 2019.
Submit a Paper Proposal
Message from the ATCE 2019 Program Chairs
We are excited to announce the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition (ATCE) will take place on 30 September–2 October 2019 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
On behalf of the program committee, it is our pleasure to invite you to visit Calgary and participate in our premier event by submitting a paper proposal to share your innovation, technical advancements, lessons learned, best practices, and case studies with your industry peers. The Call for Papers will open in late September, and the deadline to submit a proposal is Monday, 21 January 2019.
As the industry continues to recover, E&P professionals have found innovative ways to extract more from the data collected and have developed new products and processes to economically produce hydrocarbons to fuel the world. We encourage you to share your knowledge and insights, such as examples of collaborations between service companies and operators and among senior and young professionals. If accepted, you will present your paper at ATCE 2019, and your paper will also be included in OnePetro®, the multisociety online library of technical documents.
For 2019, the program committee has been challenged to be creative and incorporate innovative formats and session structures, along with traditional paper presentations.
Help shape the technical program for ATCE 2019 by submitting your proposal by 21 January, and plan to join us in Calgary next year.
ATCE 2019 Program Chairperson
ATCE 2019 Program Vice Chairperson
2. Submit your paper proposal online by 21 January 2019.
3. Authors whose paper proposals are accepted will be required to provide a manuscript for inclusion in the conference proceedings by 24 June 2019.
4. Paper proposal must be received by the submission deadline: 21 January 2019. If accepted, your paper proposal may be published, as submitted, in conference information media, including on the SPE
Projects, Facilities and Construction
Health, Safety, and Environment
Management and Information
Petroleum Advanced Analytics
Education Training and Professionalism
Production and Operations
Production Monitoring and Control
Recovery Mechanisms and Flow in Porous Media
Reservoir Geology and Geophysics
Canadian Heavy Oil
Heavy Oil Drilling and Completions
Heavy Oil Reservoir Containment & Geomechanics
Heavy Oil Non-Thermal Recovery
Heavy Oil Thermal Recovery
Heavy Oil Hybrid & Solvent Based Processes
Heavy Oil Production Optimization
Heavy Oil Challenging Reservoirs
Heavy Oil Facilities
Canadian Unconventional Resources
Unconventional Reservoir Characterization & Modeling
Unconventional Geological & Petrophysical Challenges
Optimizing Unconventional Resources Drilling
Optimizing Unconventional Resources Completions
Unconventional Well Spacing, Infills and Parent/Child Well Interference
Unconventional Reservoir Production Performance, Forecasting and Recovery
Unconventional Production Optimization, Drawdown Management and Production Challenges
Unconventional EOR/IOR & EGR
Unconventional Resource Case Studies
Access, Regulatory and Environmental Management in Unconventionals
Water Management (Sourcing, Treatment, Disposal, Transfer and Recycling)
Applied Data Analytics in Unconventionals