The 3rd International Conference on Gas, Oil and Petroleum Engineering (GOPE-2019) was a significant event that brought together experts, scientists, researchers, and academicians from various universities and countries. The conference aimed to facilitate the sharing of knowledge and research findings in the field of Gas, Oil, and Petroleum Engineering.
The event took place over three days at the DoubleTree by Hilton San Francisco International Airport in San Francisco, CA. The inaugural day was on February 18, 2019. The conference provided a platform for participants to discuss the current technologies and recent advancements in Gas, Oil, and Petroleum Engineering, with a focus on both basic research and the application of chemical engineering in various domains of science and technology.
The conference began with keynote presentations from esteemed experts in the field, including Prof. Francesco Picchioni from the University of Groningen, Prof. Sayyad Zahid Qamar from Sultan Qaboos University, Prof. Sibudjing Kawi from the National University of Singapore, Dr. Daniel W.H. Su from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Dr. Isaac K. Gamwo from the U.S. Department of Energy-NETL, and Dr. Fred Aminzadeh from the University of Southern California.
The program included sessions on Geology Aspects, Drilling Aspects, Enhanced Oil Recovery, Processing Technology, Energy Supply and Economics, Environmental Issues, Renewable Energy & Feedstock, and Pipeline Transportation & Storage. These sessions comprised keynote presentations, general sessions, and poster sessions, providing opportunities for participants to share their research and engage in discussions with leading scientists.
The conference organizers expressed their gratitude to all the professors, young researchers, and delegates for their constant support, which contributed to the success of the event. The organizing committee also provided funding support to selected young researchers and professors, demonstrating their commitment to fostering the development of the field and supporting emerging talents.
Overall, GOPE-2019 served as a platform for knowledge exchange, research collaboration, and the exploration of advancements in Gas, Oil, and Petroleum Engineering