Welcome to the 32nd International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry

IMOG 2025 will stand on its own as an innovative conference, bringing together the best minds in the field of organic matter cycles over geological and modern time scales as well as integrated paleoenvironmental and climatic studies.

In addition, our industry colleagues continue to bring tools and understanding needed to improve the full life cycle activities in exploration, production, decommissioning as well as new relevant energies.

500 Attendees

300 Poster Presentations

80+ Oral Presentations

Scientific Programme Now Live

The guiding principle of the IMOG meetings is to encourage presentation, communication and discussion of research results carried out in academia and industry in the fields of Organic Geochemistry with topics ranging from biogeochemistry to petroleum geochemistry. 

Discover the diverse Technical Programme of IMOG2023, fostering the exchange of research in Organic Geochemistry, and covering topics from established labs and new contributors, pushing the boundaries of our field. 

Check out the session schedules and programme details here.

Join us in beautiful Porto

IMOG is making its return after the resounding success of the 2023 event. Join us once again for another engaging and informative gathering. Community, scientific exchange and networking are at the heart of our conference and Porto provides an idyllic setting. This beautiful city in the north of Portugal combines rich cultural heritage with its famous port wine cellars and picturesque Douro River views for a truly memorable experience.

Important dates


FEB 2023

Call for Abstracts
Submission Deadline


JUL 2023

Early Registration


AUG 2023

Late Breaking Abstract
Submission Deadline


SEP 2023

Regular Registration


SEP 2023

IMOG 2023


IMOG 2023 on EarthDoc!

All abstracts from the 31st International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry are now available on the EarthDoc platform.

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