2nd EAGE Workshop on Fiber Optic Sensing for Energy Applications

5-7 December 2022 | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

About the Workshop

Energy Transition is calling for an accelerated uptake of digital solutions to improve operational efficiency, to boost profit margins and to create sustainable value propositions in new and existing energy value chains. One key initiative underpinning this objective is to instrument industrial assets with advanced sensor systems. These sensors produce high-fidelity data which can be transformed digitally to insights improving asset performance and reducing operational risk and cost.


Distributed fiber-optic sensing (DFOS) technology has a huge disruptive potential as it can provide a range of measurements from a single fiber-optic cable. DFOS measures physical parameters along the fiber length by sending laser pulses into it and analysing the returning scattered light at various frequencies. Range of measurements which can be derived includes acoustics, temperature, static and dynamic strain, vibration, components of electromagnetic field and even chemical composition of the medium.


Optical fibers packaged in different cables can be deployed in deep wells, conduits, directly buried in the ground, laid on the sea floor or attached to different objects. Relatively low cost, minimal space requirements, easily deployable and ability to withstand harsh conditions make optical fiber a very versatile sensor with multiple different applications, like seismic imaging and monitoring, hydrocarbon production and hydraulic stimulation monitoring, surface platform and plant facilities, pipeline and railway surveillance, and many others.


The EAGE Workshop on Fiber Optic Sensing for Energy Applications in Asia Pacific will focus on recent developments in the area, including high-value use cases and technology drivers. We aim to bring together current and prospective technology end-users and problem owners, sensor hardware researchers tools, fibers, cables, interrogators and application experts for seismic imaging, downhole monitoring, etc. The workshop is designed to cater for professionals engaged in Energy Transition, this being from oil and gas, coal industry, CCUS  and other linked areas, including geoscientists, geophysicists, reservoir engineers, well completion, data scientists and civil engineers.


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Important Date

                 Registration Open

23 September 2022
                 Earlybird Deadline
24 October 2022
                 Regular Fee Deadline
26 November 2022
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