SPE Europe Energy Conference

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Society of Petroleum Engineers

SPE Europe Energy Conference

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Step into the Future at the 2024 SPE Europe Energy Conference & Exhibition!

Join us in Turin, Italy on 26 – 28 June 2024, for a groundbreaking event that’s set to shape the future of the energy industry. The SPE Europe Energy Conference is a unique platform where leaders from energy, environment, geoscience, engineering, and policymaking communities converge to share solutions and innovations for the challenges posed by the energy transition.

Our mission is clear: to drive innovation, prompt novel research, and hasten decarbonization. Here’s what you can expect from your event experience:

Innovation-Focused Content: Our peer-reviewed technical content will focus on innovation, technology, and operational solutions. Get ready to expand your knowledge and gain invaluable insights.

Expert Speakers: Hear from progressive industry players who are at the forefront of energy, engineering, and policymaking.

New Technological Developments: Be among the first to experience new technological developments that are pushing the boundaries of the energy sector.

Young Professional Programme: A dedicated program for young professionals and students to support the future generation of the energy industry.

Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of the energy transition. Register your interest for the SPE Europe Energy Conference and help shape the future of our industry.

 

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06-26-2024 to
06-28-2024
 

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