SPEAK AT PETRO ENVIRONMENT 2021
WHY ATTEND THE SYMPOSIUM?
PetroEnvironment is a unique 3-day gathering of environmental practitioners, policy makers, scientists, end users, technicians and engineers offering an unrivalled combination of technical and commercial content.
The symposium agenda is developed by the Steering Committee and explores a variety of topics pertaining to the effective operation and management of environmental considerations within the petroleum and petrochemical industries.
Four reasons to attend:
Listen and participate with 80 expert speakers in the forum panels and technical sessions
Local, regional and global attendance of decision makers, end users, purchasing influencers
Networking and meeting opportunities during coffee breaks, exclusive lunches and receptions
Learn best practice from other sectors in the cross industry and cross function event.
DOWNLOAD THE CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
APPLY TO SPEAK
The committee would like to invite those with expert knowledge to submit an abstract for a speaking slot during the technical sessions at the symposium.
Abstracts should fall into one of the following technical session topics:
Environmental Challenges and Opportunities
Current and Emerging Circular Carbon Economy Products
Marine and Coastal Environmental Challenges and Opportunities
New Waste Management Strategies
Please supply the title of your presentation along with a 300 word abstract, your biography (200 words), and also attach your photo.
Once submitted, this application will be reviewed by the committee and you will be notified of a decision. Should your abstract be selected, you will be assigned 20 minutes for an oral presentation during the symposium.
Please note: should you be selected for the programme, the information from this form will be used to contact you directly, for conference materials and your biography and picture will feature on the website. Please ensure you have proofread your submission, and the contact details supplied are for the speaker whom the abstract relates to. Please adhere to the word limits