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11th International Conference on Oil and Gas, will be organized around the theme “Enhancing Industry Development through Technology”

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The beginning of crude oil formation happened millions of years ago. Oil is a fossil fuel that has been formed from a large amount tiny plants and animals such as algae and zooplankton. These organisms fall to the bottom of the sea once they die and over time, get trapped under multiple layers of sand and mud. As time goes by, heat and pressure began to rise as the organisms get buried deeper and deeper below the   surface. Depending on the amount of pressure, heat and the type of organisms, determines if the organisms will   become natural gas or oil.  The more heat, the lighter the oil. If there is even more heat and the organisms were   made up of mostly plants, then natural gas is formed. Once the oil and natural gas is formed, it migrates through pores in the rock until it gets trapped under cap rock   and clay where the oil can no longer get through. This is where we find oil today!

  • Track 1-1Oil Traps
  • Track 1-2Reservoir Rocks
  • Track 1-3Drillings
  • Track 1-4Fractional Distillation
  • Track 1-5Enhanced Recover Techniques
  • Track 1-6Supply and Demand


Oil and gas are naturally occurred chemicals that are made up of just two elements Hydrogen and Carbon. Nowadays Oil and natural gas reserves are found in many parts of the world. In the past, demand was low, and reserves were easy to find. In fact, the first users of oil depended on surface oil excretion for their supplies. However, as demand has increased, all easily found oils has been used. Today, oil exploration takes place in some of the most challenging places on earth. Now all are surveying for new oil reserves thousands of feet under the ocean and lands. This session explains about Hydrocarbons and Hydrocarbon Reservoir, formation of Oil and Natural Gas, refining of crude oil and its restoring, pipelines for refined oils, natural Gas exploration and production.

  • Track 2-1Hydrocarbons
  • Track 2-2Hydrocarbon Reservoir
  • Track 2-3Oil and Natural Gas Formation
  • Track 2-4Exploration and Production
  • Track 2-5Refining of Oil
  • Track 2-6 Refined Oil Pipelines
  • Track 2-7Oil and Gas Restoring

In Present days, there is a worldwide demand for Oil and Gas which is not going to decline for decades. Environmental Impact Assessment expects global consumption of petroleum and oil fuels to continue to grow by 1.5 million b/d in 2017 and by 1.9 million b/d in 2018. On account of repository attributes and constraints in petroleum extraction innovations, just a small amount of this oil can be conveyed to the surface, and it is just this producible part that is thought to be stores.

Dubai, UAE, Qatar and countries in Asia hold among the most important sites present in the world Oil and Gas scenario and world conserve. There are also continental Oil and Gas growths, Challenges and issues in Oil and Gas developments, Gas industry and profession, Global Price influence and Price Monitoring and maintenance of reserves which control the Fuel economy.


  • Track 3-1Challenges in Oil and Gas Developments
  • Track 3-2Maintenance of Reserves
  • Track 3-3 Present world Oil and Gas scenario
  • Track 3-4 Global Price Control and Price Monitoring
  • Track 3-5Continental Oil and Gas developments
  • Track 3-6World reserve of Oil and Gas
  • Track 3-7Oil and Gas Economy

Enhanced oil recovery is the usage of different strategies for expanding the measure of unrefined petroleum that can be separated from an oil field. Improved oil recuperation is additionally called enhanced oil recuperation or tertiary recuperation. As per the US Department of Energy, there are three essential systems for EOR: warm recuperation, gas infusion, and substance injection. Sometimes the term quaternary recuperation is utilized to allude to more progressed, theoretical, EOR strategies. Utilizing EOR, 30 to 60 percent, or more, of the supply's unique oil can be extracted, compared with 20 to 40 percent utilizing essential and auxiliary recuperation.

  • Track 4-1Oil Recovery Techniques
  • Track 4-2 Impacts and Effects on Environmental Surroundings
  • Track 4-3 Refinery Products
  • Track 4-4 Processing of Refining
  • Track 4-5 Refining Methods
  • Track 4-6Waste Management
  • Track 4-7Safety and Environmental concerns
  • Track 4-8Economics Values and Benefits
  • Track 4-9 Process and Development
  • Track 4-10 Worldwide Petroleum refining capacity