Call for papers: 6th EOGAN conference "Tackling the new: energy archives and research beyond oil"
The sixth conference of the European Oil and Gas Archives Network (EOGAN) will be held at Maersk Headquarters, Copenhagen, on May 28th and 29th, 2015.
EOGAN is a network for people working to preserve and promote the use of oil and gas-related records - people from  oil and gas archives, business archives related to oil and gas,  museums with an interest in energy and  universities and research centres working on topics related to oil and gas. The EOGAN conference serves as a platform where persons working in these institutions can meet and exchange ideas in an informal manner.
The title of the 2015 Copenhagen meeting is:
“Tackling the new: energy archives and research beyond oil”
Papers are invited for the following sessions:
A. Danish energy history: Companies, records and research.
Papers on Danish energy history, on Danish records management within the energy sector and on archival sources.
B. Oil & Gas companies beyond oil and gas: involvement in new energy sources.
Energy, sustainability and reputation management at present and in a historical perspective.
C. Capturing the new energies.
Global records management, digital records, social media and multiple provenance.
D. Oil & Gas archives portal.
Round table session on legal and technical requirements for joining a common portal for archival description and digitised items.
E. Energy History.
Papers dedicated to research on any aspects of energy history in Europe. In particular, we welcome papers that focus on methodology and usage of original sources from business archives.
The conference is open to persons who want to share their thoughts and ideas about these topics. There will be plenty of time for (informal) discussion. The conference language will be English.
We invite you to submit papers on the topics mentioned above. They can be interpreted broadly. Please submit your an abstract of 100-250 words and a working title to: email@example.com by February 15, 2015.