Call For Papers (Concurrent Session Papers)

Concurrent session presenters must submit an abstract describing their research or case study. The abstract should provide a clear background and potential significance of the research, and its methodology, results, conclusions, and references (if any). All abstracts must adhere to the structure outlined in the template below to ensure a fair and thorough review process. Abstracts should be at most two pages long and must be submitted online by September 06, 2024. All submissions (abstracts, conference papers, and presentations) should be in English.

Abstract Template Details:

  1. Length: No more than two pages.
  2. Format: All abstracts must conform to the format structure outlined in the template below and must be submitted in PDF format.

 Abstract Submission Template

Abstract Submission Requirements: 

Once you are directed to the online abstract submission system page, you should first sign up to log in to the system if you do not already have an account.
After logging on, please follow the instructions provided in the “Welcome Message” to upload your abstract to the system.

The file size for any visuals, tables, graphs, images, etc. used in the abstract should not exceed 20 MB.

Online Abstract Submission System

Authors whose submissions have been accepted must submit the full paper and the conference presentation within the deadlines indicated below.

These materials will be posted on the IAEE website for viewing after the conference.

 

Important Dates

  • Abstract submission deadline: September 6, 2024
  • Notification of abstract acceptance (on a rolling basis): by September 27, 2024
  • Registration opens, submission of final abstract or full paper: October 15, 2024
  • Conference start date: December 8, 2024

 

Non-Exhaustive Topics for Papers

Abstract submissions covering all areas of energy economics are welcome, including but not limited to the following list (topics related to energy diversification and energy transition that are not listed below are also encouraged):

  • Energy Transition, Economic Development, and the Role of Investments
  • Modeling and Forecasting Energy Demand in Energy Transition Scenarios
  • Decarbonization Strategies and the Role of Carbon Markets
  • Gas as the Energy Transition Fuel of Choice – New Economics and New Geopolitics
  • Current Developments in the Oil and Gas Markets
  • Innovative Business Models for Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) Technologies (CCS Hubs)
  • The Circular Carbon Economy in MENA – Innovations and Indices
  • Investing in Oil and Gas for the Energy Transition – Old Challenges and New Opportunities
  • Energy Mix in a Net Zero World – The Role of Energy Storage
  • Energy Security and Geopolitics – Trade and Partnerships
  • Electricity Trading and Smart Utilities of the Future
  • Minerals and Materials Needed for the Energy Transition
  • Innovations in Clean Energy Financing
  • Energy Access – Clean Cooking and Clean Electricity
  • New Paradigms – Alternative Fuels and the New Business Models in Transportation Frameworks
  • Resiliency and the Urban Landscape
  • Global Income Inequality and Energy Transition
  • Pandemics, Energy Transition, and Decarbonization – Challenges for Energy Policy
  • Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence in Energy Transition
  • Policy and Regulatory Frameworks for Energy Transition
  • Energy Transition, Industrial Policy, and Economic Diversification – Competitive Policy Making
  • Private-Public partnerships in Energy and Extractives Industries
  • Energy Technologies and Innovation
  • The Role of Nuclear Energy in MENA

When submitting the abstract, authors must select one IAEE Energy Specialization Code that is most appropriate for their paper. A list of the codes is available here: IAEE Energy Specialization Codes.

Special Notes

  1. One author can present only one paper at the conference.
  2. Authors can submit multiple abstracts, but if more than one paper is accepted, one of the co-authors must register to present the paper.
  3. The title of the abstract cannot be changed after the abstract has been accepted.

Attendance of the Presenter at the Conference

At least one author of an accepted paper must register and attend the conference to present the paper. Failure to register and attend the conference will result in the paper being withdrawn from the conference.

Copyright Agreement

This paragraph governs the intellectual property rights associated with works you submit for potential presentation at conferences sponsored by the IAEE. You, as the author(s) of the submitted abstract, full-length paper, and associated presentation graphics, if any, for the conference, may claim and retain all copyrights to these works on the condition that you grant to the IAEE an unconditional non-exclusive indefinite license to summarize, edit, or excerpt those works; to sell or make them available at no compensation to you, either in print or in electronic media; and to use the author’s name(s) and the contents of the works in connection with the publication, advertisement, or promotion of these works, the conference with which they are associated, and the IAEE. You, as author(s) of the submitted works, further warrant that they are original, have not been published previously, contain no matter unlawful in content or in violation of the rights of any third party, and contain all appropriate attributions or references to works of any other person. Concerns about this agreement should be communicated by email under the subject “IAEE Copyright Agreement” to iaee@iaee.org.