Open Science Research Excellence

ICOREM 2021 : International Conference on Oil Reserves and Energy Management

New York, USA
June 3 - 4, 2021

Call for Papers

ICOREM 2021 : International Conference on Oil Reserves and Energy Management is the premier interdisciplinary platform for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of Oil Reserves and Energy Management. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:
  • Geopolitics of oil and natural gas
  • Oil and gas transportation and pipelines
  • Oil reserves and production
  • Technology adoption prospects and policies
  • Integration of intermittent power sources
  • Energy storage and network balancing
  • Vertical integration versus unbundling
  • Grid integration and infrastructure
  • Computing, data and energy system modelling
  • Distributed generation issues
  • Policy, targets and resource efficiency
  • Prospects for alternative transportation fuels
  • Energy and sustainable development
  • Energy efficiency challenges
  • Energy and environmental policy
  • Prospects for nuclear power
  • Prospects of CCS technologies
  • Shale fuel reserves, economics and sustainability
  • Low carbon heat and power (CCS, Nuclear, Wind, Solar, Hydro, etc.)
  • Low carbon transport (Fuel Cells and Hydrogen)
  • Regulation and regulation uncertainties
  • Risk management issues in the energy sector
  • Security of supply issues
  • Distributed generation
  • Carbon trading and taxation
  • Climate change and energy industry
  • Market power issues
  • Carbon pricing and emissions trading
  • Renewable and markets
  • Integrating finance, economies and energy
  • Design of energy markets
  • Energy prices and uncertainties
  • Energy demand and economic growth
  • Energy markets and regulation
  • Investment issues in liberalized markets
  • Power and gas trade under volatile prices
  • Greenhouse gas abatement costs and potentials
  • Clean energy technologies and management