Canadian School of Hydrocarbon Measurement
The CsHm is pleased to announce
FIRST CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 1, 2013
Message from the Chair
Welcome to the 2014 CSHM Calgary website! This is the main place for you to submit an abstract on-line, register to attend 2014 Calgary school, view the proceedings from past schools, find out about the school’s award recipients and plans for upcoming schools and events.
After a very successful 11th school in 2013, the committee is very energized as we begin planning for 2014. We are looking forward to showcasing some new ideas and topics! We are happy to get input from potential students as we set the new program. Please contact us if you would like to see specific topics covered. We also encourage vendors and end users to work cooperatively in submitting abstract ideas.
The Program committee lead by Shawn Deitrich and Pam Berry, is working hard to create the best set of classes for the 2014 CSHM. This year the School will feature two full days of Measurement Fundamentals in Gas Measurement and Oil Measurement. Also featured are panel discussions on important measurement subjects. This will allow for informal dialogue and information exchange between students, vendors and end users.
After careful consideration and debate, the committee is very pleased to announce the expansion of the CSHM Measurement School in 2015! We are excited and working on the planning of this expansion with a focus on consolidation of venue, increased opportunity for the vendor community and further embedding of hands-on sessions. There will be more details of this expansion evolving over the coming months.
The 2014 CSHM Calgary is a world-class event and we are pleased to begin making this year a success!
ABSTRACT ANNOUNCEMENT 2014
CsHm Calgary will be accepting abstracts for the 2014 School until November 1, 2013.
Anyone in the measurement industry may submit an abstract however we encourage vendors to team up with end users when possible.
The Program Committee will review the abstracts in early November and determine the final program in early January. We are considering abstracts for the following areas:
Instructional use in CsHm classes:
Accepted authors will be expected to provide a fifty (50) minute oral presentation (except for lab classes), along with a White Paper or a presentation with speaking notes that will be posted on the Canadian School of Hydrocarbon Measurement web site March 3, 2014 (Prior to the school)
The Program Committee is representative of producers and suppliers and reserves the right to reject any and all abstracts that are not related to the subject matter or are sales oriented in their presentation. Technical papers are selected on their relevance, expertise and value for educational purposes. To maintain the integrity of the school "sales pitches" are strictly prohibited.