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Please download the paper template and download and read the Guide to Authors document for full information on how to prepare your conference paper.

Submission T&Cs:


All speakers agree to the following presenter terms and conditions.

  1. You have read and agree to all information provided in the ‘MetPlant Guide to Authors’ document (click here to download)

  2. You have submitted your paper using the official template via email to with a COVERING LETTER with the title of the paper, the name(s) of author(s) and the name of a contact person with full postal address, telephone and email AND confirmation that the publication has been approved by all relevant companies where technical content or discussion refers to specific operations or physical or intellectual properties of those companies.

  3. Failure to obtain a Visa will not constitute grounds for refund of any fees paid to the event.

  4. Virtual presentations are subject to the approval by the Conference

  5. It is a requirement that all paper(s) accepted for presentation must be delivered at the event by an author who has registered and paid a full-event delegate registration fee and has done so by or before the stipulated registration date. Abstract/s and presentations of authors who fail to comply with this registration requirement will be deleted from the program without notice.

  6. You must obtain permission from the Convenor to have more than one presenter. A maximum of two (2) presenters are permitted provided both presenters have registered and paid full-event delegate registration fees by or before the stipulated registration date.

  7. All presentations are made available on an on-demand basis post-event. Typically, presentations are available for three (3) months post-event, commencing fourteen (14) days after the conclusion of the event. All author(s) give permission for the presentation to be recorded and available on-demand.

  8. All Speaker materials submitted must be of original quality.

  9. Speaker Materials are owned by the Speaker and these Terms do not transfer ownership of the Speaker Materials.

  10. The Speaker grants to MetPlant a non-exclusive, royalty free, perpetual licence (with a right to sub-licence) to use, reproduce, modify and/or adapt (without substantial material impact to the content), publish (including online) and otherwise utilise the Speaker Materials for the purpose of creating conference content relating to the Event, including publication on the website and in the digital library.

  11. The Speaker acknowledges that MetPlant is the owner of all Recordings and the Speaker assigns all rights, title and interest (including copyright subsisting to the Recordings) in the Recordings (Assigned Recording Material). This assignment operates as an assignment of future copyright to the extent that the Assigned Recording Materials are not in existence at the date the Speaker accepts these Terms.

  12. MetPlant grants the Speaker a non-exclusive, non-transferable, royalty-free, perpetual licence to use and reproduce the Recordings for the Speaker’s personal and non-commercial use.

  13. The Speaker warrants that, to the best of their knowledge, the use or exploitation of the Speaker Materials and the Assigned Recording Material in any manner does not, and will not, infringe any person’s rights in the Speaker Materials and the Assigned Recording Material (including intellectual property rights and moral rights).

  14. The Speaker indemnifies MetPlant (its employees and personnel) against all claims, losses, liabilities, damages, fines, expenses and costs (including legal costs), incurred in connection with any third party claim that the Speaker Materials or Assigned Recording Materials (or their provision or use) infringes a third party’s intellectual property rights or other rights.

  15. If the Speaker is unable to present at the Event and wishes to provide an alternative representative, all provisions within these Terms and Conditions apply to the alternative representative. 

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