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IADCSPE Reservoir Characterisation and Simulation Conference and ExhibitionDrillingADNOC Drilling

23–25 May 2023
Conrad Abu Dhabi Etihad Towers, Abu Dhabi, UAE

Travel and Accommodation


Visa Information

Hotel Booking Information

This is a non-residential conference. Hotel accommodation is not included in your registration fee. 

Booking Link:

To book your hotel accommodation, please click HERE.

Airport/Hotel Transportation Service

Hotel can provide airport/hotel transportation, to book your transportation through the hotel please contact.


Zyra Dumlao
Phone: +971 (02) 8115638
Mobile: +971 (52) 781 3138 

Safety Guidelines 

​​​​​​SPE Event Standard Safety Guidelines

SPE adheres to the safety regulations issued by local authorities in UAE. Those measures are subject to change in alignment with UAE Authorities. 

Are face masks mandatory?
No, wearing a face mask is not mandatory.

Ticketing and Registration Process
Admission is strictly by advance registration only. The registration service desk will only be open to print and provide name badges to registered delegates. 

Do I need to be vaccinated to attend an Event in Abu Dhabi?
The Department Culture and Tourism (DCT) in Abu Dhabi announced that you do not need to be vaccinated to attend any type of business event. Hence, you will not require to be vaccinated to attend an event in Abu Dhabi.

Do I need to do a PCR test before leaving Abu Dhabi?
Those intending to travel outside Abu Dhabi, UAE, please check the requirements of the country you are travelling to. Travel regulations change frequently.

For more information about departing from Abu Dhabi, go to the Etihad update website.

Additional Information
Additional information regarding arriving/departing Abu Dhabi can be found on the Visit Abu Dhabi website.

About Abu Dhabi

History of the Area:
The seven independent emirates of Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Ras Al Khaimah, Umm Al Quwain and Fujairah came together to form the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in the year 1971. Abu Dhabi is the capital city of the UAE.

The U.A.E enjoys 365 days of warm sunshine, with cooler evenings and occasional showers in the months between November to March.

Time Zone:
The UAE is 4 hours ahead of GMT (+4 GMT)

The UAE is one of the world's wealthiest countries, with a GDP of US $54 billion (2000), and has the third-largest proven oil reserves in the world. While oil and gas production form its foundation, Dubai is increasingly broadening its economic activity to include: real estate, tourism, trading and manufacturing.

The official currency of the UAE is the Arab Emirates Dirham (AED or DHS.). Each Dirham is divided into 100 fils and is held constant against the US Dollar at an average of 3.67. All banks operate from 8.00am to 1.00pm, Sunday through Thursday and 8.00am to 12.00pm on Saturdays. Currency exchange houses are open until late in the evening. All international credit and debit cards are widely accepted. Currency Converter

The standard electricity supply is 220/240 volts. American appliances may need a transformer.

As in all Middle Eastern countries, respect for the local customs and sensibilities is recommended. Short, revealing or tight clothing can be worn, but it will attract attention. Lightweight summer clothing is suitable for most of the year, but something slightly warmer may be needed in the evening for the winter months. Please be sure to take some sort of jacket or sweater as February can get chilly in the evenings, also hotels and restaurants can be cold due to the air conditioning.

While Arabic is the official language, English is very widely spoken, especially in business. Given the large size of the expatriate population, several other languages are also used in everyday life, headed by Hindi, Urdu and Farsi.