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North America's Leading Energy Event
June 13-15, 2023
BMO Centre at Stampede Park - Calgary, Canada

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WHEN DOES THE ABSTRACT SUBMISSION CLOSE?

The submission closes December 9, 2022.

IS THERE A WORD LIMIT FOR ABSTRACTS?

The suggested limit is 300 – 450 words. To view the full abstract guidelines, please download the Call for Abstracts brochure.

CAN I SUBMIT MORE THAN ONE ABSTRACTS?

Yes, you can. The submissions must differ in content however they may be in the same category, authors and affiliation if you wish.

HOW DO I SUBMIT MY ABSTRACT?

All submissions will need to be completed through the online submission form which can be found HERE.

To complete your submission, please have your 300 - 450 word abstract, your photo, short professional biography and company logo in eps format ready before you begin.

WHO IS THE GLOBAL ENERGY SHOW TECHNICAL COMMITTEE?

The Global Energy Show Technical Committee members are leaders in their respective fields with their expertise covering all aspects of the energy chain. The Technical Committee will be responsible for leading a peer review assessment of all abstracts that get received after the December 9, 2022 deadline.

View the full list of the 2023 Global Energy Show Technical Committee members.

WHAT IS THE CRITERIA IN WHICH MY SUBMISSION IS GOING TO BE GRADED?

The Global Energy Show Technical Committee will grade each abstract on specific criteria, resulting in an overall mark out of a maximum possible 10 points. Technical Committee members may also choose to move abstracts to categories which are more relevant if necessary. The scoring process takes place from December 10, 2022 - January 26, 2023 with all applicants being informed of the status of their submission via email by January 27, 2023 with further instruction on the next steps provided at that time. All abstracts are fairly graded and purely chosen “by the industry, for the industry”.

Criteria on what the Technical Committee will be looking for in an abstract:

Concept (How innovative is this topic?)
Educational versus Commercial (How educational is this topic?)
Relevance to Conference Themes (How relevant is this to the industry?)
Timely and Important (How timely and relevant is this topic?)
Written Assessment (How well written is this abstract?)

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE STRATEGIC AND TECHNICAL CONFERENCE?

The Strategic and Technical Conferences are two separate conferences that take place at the same venue during the Global Energy Show. The Strategic Conference examines the most pertinent commercial challenges, project funding & development, trading, pricing, geopolitical issues, market outlook, and analysis. The Technical Conference will offer attendees the best business critical content spanning the entire value chain with a mix of individual technical presentations and panel sessions.

WHAT HAPPENS IF MY ABSTRACT IS SUCCESSFULLY SELECTED?

If your abstract scored well by the Technical Committee during the scoring period and it secured a speaking spot in the final program, you will be notified via email by January 27, 2023.

A member of the dmg events content team will contact you via email with your acceptance email and provide you with further instructions and deadlines for you to take.

The presenter and any co-presenters will be entitled to the discounted speaker rate for a three day Global Energy Show Technical Conference pass which includes access to all technical presentations, panel sessions, first day morning plenary session, networking event and covers all refreshment breaks and lunch as well as access to the exhibition.

Speakers will be responsible for their own hotel accommodation, travel, food and any incidental expenses.

WHAT HAPPENS WITH UNSUCCESSFUL APPLICATIONS?

All abstract submitters will be notified by January 27, 2023 on whether the abstract was successful in making it into the final program. If the abstract was not initially accepted into the final program, below are some available options.

Accept to be an Alternate Speaker – If your abstract scored well but didn’t make the final program you can choose to be an alternate speaker. As an alternate speaker you would be placed on a speaker list in case one of the accepted speakers is unable to present for whatever reason. Alternate speakers can register for the Global Energy Show Technical Conference at the discounted speaker rate. Please note that being on the alternate list does not guarantee a speaking spot.

Participate in the Poster Session – If you would still like to present your research or technology to conference delegates and exhibition visitors you can choose to participate in the poster session which is part of the conference. Posters will be displayed on the exhibition floor all three days, providing you exposure to over 50,000 exhibition visitors. Along with the discounted speaker rate an additional fee will be required to be paid to take part in the poster session. You can choose to also be placed on the alternate speaker list at the same time as participating in the poster session.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF BECOMING A SPEAKER?

Present your technical knowledge and experience to global industry colleagues.

Raise your company’s profile at North America’s Leading Energy Event with the opportunity to participate in media interviews.

Network beyond the conference program with over 1,000 exhibiting companies and over 21,000 represented companies from over 53,000 professionals in attendance.

IS THERE ANY COST INVOLVED IN THE PROCESS TO BECOME A SPEAKER?

There are no costs incurred for submitting and applying for the technical conference.

Successful speakers who are accepted into the final technical program will be required to pay the required discounted speaker rate of $295 CAD. The discounted speaker rate includes a full three-day technical conference pass which includes access to all technical presentations, panel sessions, first day morning plenary session, networking event and covers all refreshment breaks and lunch as well as access to the exhibition.

Global Energy Show does not cover travel, accommodation or any other additional costs for participating presenters.