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Energy Norway 2023

Monday 13 March 09:00 - Wednesday 15 March 16:00,
University of Stavanger,
Tjodhallen.

Join our conference on subsurface utilization for energy transition, arranged by NCS2030 and the Norwegian Petroleum Society (NPF).

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Facts
Where

Tjodhallen, University of Stavanger

When

13-15 March, 2023

Theme

Subsurface utilization for energy transition

Tre mennesker holder en plakat med bærekraftsmål

About the conference

Energy Norway 2023 is a meeting place for subsurface professionals in Norway and international communities, policy makers, regulatory bodies, and students.

In December 2021, University of Stavanger with partners was awarded the National Centre for Sustainable Utilization of Energy Resources on the Norwegian Shelf (NCS2030). The centre is to be the scientific and technology driver to facilitate an energy-efficient, multi-purpose utilization of the subsurface into a “Sustainable Subsurface Value Chain” to reach the NZE goals on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS). At Energy Norway 2023 you will get scientific presentations linked to the scope of the centre, namely subsurface energy systems, net-zero emission production, digitalization, and society.

In collaboration with NPF

Energy Norway 2023 is arranged in collaboration with the Norwegian Petroleum Society (NPF). NPF is a membership body for people interested in the country’s oil and gas activities. NPF provides the industry’s most important meeting places for professional discussion and exchange of new knowledge – independent of financial and political interests. NPF helped to found ONS – ranked among one of the world’s leading petroleum conferences.

Programme

See sessions below. Speakers to be announced.

IOR NORWAY 2017. Foto: Kjersti Riiber
Conference Day 1
Conference Day 2

Poster session

We invite PhD and master students with an interest in energy related topics to participate in the poster session at Energy Norway 2023.

En kvinne presenterer forskningen sin.

PhD candidates and master students from universities worldwide can submit a poster within these themes:

  • Subsurface Energy Systems
  • Net-zero emission production
  • Digitalization
  • Society

Please submit your draft poster in PDF format in an e-mail here before January 31st to be considered for the poster session. Note: Master students should indicate by that time their interest to submit a project description poster by February 15th. Template can be found here. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us: kjersti.riiber@uis.no

Conference fees

To be announced.

IOR NORWAY 2019. Foto: Marius Vervik

Committee

  • Tina Puntervold, UiS
  • Dora Luz Marin Restrepo, UiS
  • Stephane Polteau, IFE
  • Viktoriya Yarushina, IFE
  • Rikke Bruhn, UiO
  • Zachary Alcorn, UiB
  • Xiaodong Luo, NORCE
  • Nan Zhang, UiS

Contact

Rådgiver
51831799
Faculty of Science and Technology
Faculty Administration TN
Kontor for forskningsadministrative tjenester
Rådgiver
51834511
Faculty of Science and Technology
Faculty Administration TN

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