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Join us in Paris

The energy mix is changing but the world will need every form of energy - both fossil and renewable - to meet its growing demands. Our ability to respond effectively to all the changes in our industry especially during this low oil and gas price cycle, determines whether we stay in a time of crises or move to that of opportunity. In order to survive and ultimately thrive again, we need to change and adapt our approaches and historical norms. On behalf of the LAC, it is my pleasure to invite you to the 2017 EAGE in Paris. It’s time to open a new Chapter.

Kevin McLachlan, Chairman LAC & SVP Exploration Total 

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Important Dates

Deadline for Early Registration15 March 2017
Deadline for Pre-registration15 May 2017
Workshops, Field trips and Short Courses11 June 2017
Workshops, Field trips and Short Courses12 June 2017
Opening & Icebreaker Reception12 June 2017
Technical Programme including SPE EUROPEC13 June 2017


Dates: 12 June - 15 June 2017
‚ÄčLocation: Porte de Versailles, Paris, France

Expected attendance: 6.000+
Expected presentations: 1.000
Exhibition space: 11.000m2
Expected exhibitors: 350

Technical Programme in the make!

We would like to thank the many volunteers and our Technical Programme Committee for all their hard work during the TP Selection meeting at EAGE Head Office in The Netherlands. 

Make sure to join us during the 79th EAGE Annual. Take a special interest in the workshops, short courses and field trips and add them to your programme! Register before 15 March and benefit from the early bird fees! 

Paris 2017 including SPE EUROPEC

In 2004, The Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) and EAGE jointly agreed to include SPE EUROPEC into the EAGE’s annual event. This co-operation resulted in a truly multi-disciplinary event providing a fully diverse range of geoscientific and reservoir engineering contributions.

The SPE EUROPEC programme runs parallel to the EAGE Paris 2017 programme and will include several sessions during the main conference days (13-15 June) and two short courses on the days before and after the main conference days.