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EAGE ENERGY TRANSITION HUB

All the EAGE opportunities for learning, sharing and connecting in one place.
Start your energy transition journey here

WELCOME TO EAGE’S ENERGY TRANSITION HUB

The energy transition is one of the biggest challenges posed to geoscientists, engineers and society at large today. All sustainable scenarios to meet the climate targets point towards a combination of technologies and different energy sources to feed the future energy needs. EAGE members have a pivotal role to play on the pathway to net-zero emissions: this page connects you with their multidisciplinary work as channelled across the many initiatives of the Association.

You are just one click away from all the opportunities that you can engage with!

SAVE THE DATE FOR GET2022

Mark your calendar for the 3rd EAGE Global Energy Transition Conference & Exhibition (GET2022) to be held on 7-9 November in The Hague. This year’s conference will build on the learnings from the previous two editions, connecting research with strategy, and delving further into the various approaches to solving the industry’s biggest energy transition challenges. Will you join? You have time until 1 October 2022 to submit an abstract to be considered for poster presentations.

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Events

Throughout the year, EAGE organizes multiple workshops and conferences for members to engage in, both online as well as in person, to share and discuss energy transition solutions.

SUPPORT AVAILABLE FOR EAGE MEMBERS

EAGE members presenting a paper can apply for support at selected events and always benefit from special registration rates. Learn about all the benefits and secure your membership to get the best deals.

Would like to attend but you are currently between jobs? Through the Hardship Economic Programme, the Association also assists long term members who are unemployed to benefit from EAGE events and education opportunities. 

Resources

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Interview with the GET2021 Co-chairs

EAGE Membership

Why You Should Join!

Communities and the Energy Transition

View Recordings from Community Events

First Break Special Topics

Energy Transition

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Read Papers on the Energy Transition
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Communities

Communities are at the heart of the association: they help build new connections, provide valuable input on future developments and support members’ professional growth – from students to senior professionals. Make sure to connect with technical communities and Local Chapters in your area.

EAGE DECARBONIZATION & ENERGY TRANSITION COMMUNITY

The EAGE DET community is the network of members interested in sharing knowledge and developing skills on decarbonization and energy transition technologies, on both the geoscientific and engineering aspects of surface and subsurface decarbonization including CO2 sequestration and the advancement of renewables such as geothermal energy production. Join to continue the conversation, participate in discussions and find opportunities to help you advance in your career.

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Siddharth Misra

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Prof Dr Siddharth Misra’s research focuses on improving subsurface characterization and prospect evaluation for the exploration of hydrocarbons, minerals and water resources.

His major contribution is in the theory of electromagnetic responses of geological formations to various charge polarization phenomena. The theory has enabled him to introduce a multi-frequency electromagnetic log-inversion technique to remove dielectric effects for improved estimation of hydrocarbon pore volume.

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