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Call For Papers - SPDM Online November Conference 2021

This new online conference is intended to be accessible to Society members around the world (and eventually, via the Society’s YouTube channel, the global data community), and cover the most pressing data and information challenges in today’s world. We invite you to propose topics of interest, nominate presenters you would like to hear from, or if you wish, to complete our abstract then nominate yourself for consideration as a presenter.

CLICK Here to access the form. Last date for sending a submission is September 30th. 2021.

We invite you to nominate presenters and presentations for the Society for Petroleum Data Managers’ Online 2021 Conference, to be held from 22nd – 26th November 2021. SPDM Online 2021 is the highlight of SPDM’s event calendar, and offers an opportunity to educate, inform, and challenge current thinking on topics of interest to energy industry data managers, worldwide.

This event is intended to be accessible to Society members around the world, and ultimately, via the Society’s YouTube channel, the global data community. We invite nominations for presentations, and for presenters covering the most pressing issues facing data managers today, which might include:

Managing the transition to a data platform world, including areas such as:

  • How does the role and skillset of a data manager change as a consequence of digitalisation, and the use of data platforms?
  • What are the opportunities and challenges for standardised data governance and data quality control?
  • How does the role of data standards (and standards bodies) change as a consequence of OSDU?
  • Do approaches such as crowd-sourcing have a role to play in OSDU developments, such as the creation of new data definitions?
  • What are the practical approaches to transitioning an organisation onto a data platform?
  • What does success look like for a data platform deployment? Does improved automation actually reduce cost?
  • What is the next step towards enabling co-use of shared data environments by multiple organisations?

In a data enabled world, how do we now communicate the value of data, and of data management?

  • How do we build understanding of the effort required to make data useful?

How are new data technologies impacting and enabling current data practices?

  • Have the use of AI and Machine Learning created any practical value for data managers?
  • What new technologies, practices, and soft skills should we be aware of, or seeking to master (e.g. domain driven design, data mesh architecture, user journeys, event storming and data products)
  • Are there lessons to be learned from other industrial sectors?

How does the Energy Transition affect the role of data professionals?

  • What new data is associated with new energy domains?
  • What standards are emerging, for example, in environmental emissions monitoring and reporting?
  • Are there learnings to be transferred from oil and gas into the new energies, and vice versa?
  • How can a data professional adapt their skills and competencies to manage the transition successfully?


We invite you to propose topics of interest, nominate presenters you would like to hear from, or if you wish, to complete our abstract form [link] and nominate yourself for consideration as a presenter. All forms must be returned by 30th September.

We encourage presentations that educate, inform, engage with and interact with the audience, stimulating dialogue and debate in the data community. Please note, however, that all presentations must be of a non-commercial nature.

To find out more, please visit the Society website. If you have any questions or suggestions, please let us know by email to post@societypdm.org.

Limited opportunities for sponsorship of the event are available. Please contact post@societypdm.org for more information.

On behalf of the Organising Committee



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