Call for Abstracts - Now Closed

When: June 6-7, 2019

Where: The Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, Banff, Alberta, Canada

At the I2T2 Symposium you will have the opportunity to share your knowledge and insights on in-situ recovery technologies and in-situ thermal remediation processes. Many of the technologies and processes used in petroleum recovery and environmental remediation have similar challenges. This symposium will be a great opportunity to learn about the latest advances in these two areas and to share research outcomes and practical experience. Lowering costs, reducing environmental impacts, and improving project sustainability will be major themes of the symposium. 

“the goal of the symposium is to share knowledge and learnings on in-situ thermal remediation and recovery technologies that will enable the Delegates to have an informed and unbiased understanding of how these processes might be useful tools in their industry”

Submit your abstract(s), of no more than 350 words, to the Technical Chair for review as soon as possible. Kindly list each of the contributing authors along with their affiliation and contact information. If more than one author, indicate which is the corresponding author. Submissions will be reviewed by the technical committee. Notification of acceptance or regret will be emailed to the corresponding author between January 21-25, 2019.

Suggested Categories, but not limited to:

  • Technology Research

  • Engineering Design

  • Project Management

  • Lessons Learned

  • Project Summaries

  • In-situ Recovery

  • In-situ Combustion

  • In-situ Thermal Remediation

  • Chemical

  • Mathematics

  • Process Physics

  • Business

  • Legal

Full conference papers are encouraged but are NOT required. Kindly indicate whether or not you intend to provide a paper. Paper submissions will be due June 4, 2019.

Whether or not you are interested in submitting an abstract, we hope you plan to attend the I2T2 Symposium and we strongly encourage you to forward this website link to anyone you feel might be interested in submitting an abstract, attending the Symposium, or both.

Abstract Submission: Guidelines

Abstracts must be submitted in English and contain no more than 350 words. Abstract submissions to include the following items:

  • The title should be centered at the top of the page,

  • List the authors in order of their contribution,

  • Be sure to include the contact information for each of the contributing author(s),

  • Underline the name of the presenting author,

  • Maximum 350 words.

Key Dates:

  • Monday, January 21 - Friday, January 25, 2019 - Notification of Acceptance, or Regret

  • Wednesday, June 4, 2019 - Presentation/Paper due