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  • MAY

    4-8

    UPCOMING EVENT

    EGU2020: Sharing Geoscience Online

    EGU2020: Sharing Geoscience Online (#shareEGU20) brings part of the activities of the EGU General Assembly 2020 online. We hope that authors and conveners will join us in sharing their research and discussing with colleagues. From 4 to 8 May 2020 (CEST) everyone can join us online for their favourite sessions.

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  • SEPTEMBER

    8-9

    UPCOMING EVENT

    Celle Drilling 2020 / The Way Ahead - Drilling Into the Next Decade

    08-09 September 2020 at Congress Union, Celle, Germany Under the theme “Drilling Into the Next Decade” professionals from academia and industry will discuss the future of drilling technology, with a special emphasis on land drilling applications. The main topics of the conference are: Remote Drilling Operations Drilling Process Optimization and Drilling Automation Data, Modeling, Validation and Simulation Drilling Equipment and Software Drilling Applications and Case Studies Geothermal Wells Well Integrity, Construction, Completion Improving Energy Efficiency and Emissions   Celle Drilling 2020 provides a focused platform for the international exchange on these subjects and related topics. Celle Drilling 2020 invites interested professionals from business and science to contribute papers, to discuss and present new technologies, and to meet peers at the conference and exhibition. Submit Your Paper! on www.celle-drilling.com latest until 28th February 2020

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  • SEPTEMBER

    14-15

    UPCOMING EVENT

    3° Forum IGC Invest Geothermal Finance & Investment

    Held in the center of Europe’s financial sector, the event will be focusing on important elements of investing in geothermal energy development, such as risk mitigation, early stage financing, market overviews, due diligences and financing tools. Find out more about the IGC Invest Geothermal

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