International Journal of Oil, Gas and Coal Technology
- Editor in Chief
- Prof. M.R. Riazi
- ISSN online
- ISSN print
- 12 issues per year
- Impact factor (Clarivate Analytics) 2017 0.563 (5-Year Impact Factor 0.695)
IJOGCT is a multidisciplinary refereed journal that is concerned with exploration, production, processing and refining, storage and transportation, economical, managerial, business, environmental, safety and security issues related to oil, natural gas, coal and petrochemicals as well as manufacturing and refining of biofuels.
Topics covered include
- Exploration, geological studies, reserves estimation
- Production/recovery methods, drilling technology, subsea engineering
- Production rates, forecasting future demand
- Heavy oil, oil sand/shale recovery/processing, oil/gas field processing
- Petroleum refining, coal liquid/hydrogen production, petrochemical industry
- Ultra low sulphur fuels, LNG, CNG and LPG, natural gas processing
- Gasoline from natural gas/coal liquid, biorefining, biofuels
- Nano/biotechnology, computerisation/automation, modelling/simulation
- Refinery process optimisation, management of refining industry, major oil companies
- Fuel quality/specifications, storage, transportation
- Environmental issues, carbon management, sequestration, storage
- Oil spill occurrence, monitoring, clean up methods, contingency plans
- Fuel prices, future market fluctuations, forecasting, safety/security
- Business/international trade regulations, political/governmental/economic issues
- Biofuels vs fossil fuels; future technology, business
Oil, natural gas and coal are the main forms of fossil hydrocarbon type fuels that contribute to more than 80% of world energy consumption and it seems that at least throughout the most of this century they will remain as the main sources of energy. With increase in demand of energy, economical production of clean and high quality fuels from available resources is desirable more than ever before. In addition, biofuels are a promising future fuel and will play an important role in providing energy when fossil fuel production cannot match the world demand. The objective of IJOGCT is to provide a single reference that addresses all issues related to fossil type fuels and their derived products especially with regard to environmental and economical constraints as well as biofuels.
IJOGCT provides a unique resource to professionals, academics, researchers, and managers working in the fields of petroleum oil, natural gas and coal and biofuel industries, businesses and management from all over the world.
IJOGCT publishes original papers, review papers, technical reports, case studies, conference reports, industrial reports, management reports, book reviews, research notes, and news. Special issues to important topics related to oil, gas and coal technology and related industries, biofuels, businesses and policies will be published.
IJOGCT is indexed in:
- Journal Citation Reports (Clarivate Analytics)
- Scopus (Elsevier)
- Compendex [formerly Ei] (Elsevier)
- Science Citation Index Expanded (Clarivate Analytics)
- Academic OneFile (Gale)
- Asian Digital Library
- Chemical Abstracts (CAS)
- cnpLINKer (CNPIEC)
- cnpLINKer (CNPIEC)
- Expanded Academic ASAP (Gale)
- Google Scholar
- Info Trac (Gale)
- Inspec (Institution of Engineering and Technology)
- ProQuest Advanced Technologies Database with Aerospace
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Editor in Chief
- Riazi, M.R., Kuwait University, Kuwait
Editorial Board Members
- Artun, Emre, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
- Cai, Jianchao, China University of Geosciences at Wuhan, China
- Chen, Zhongwei, University of Queensland, Australia
- Chiaramonti, David, University of Florence, Italy
- Daigle, Hugh, University of Texas at Austin, USA
- Daramola, Michael O., University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
- Fabiano, Bruno, DICheP - Dipartimento di Ingegneria Chimica e di Processo "G.B. Bonino", Italy
- Ito, Takuya, National Institute of Technology, Numazu College, Japan
- Karpuz, Celal, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
- Kelessidis, Vassilios, Khalifa University of Science and Technology, United Arab Emirates
- Lee, Kun Sang, Hanyang University, South Korea
- Li, Huazhou, University of Alberta, Canada
- Liu, Gang, China University of Geosciences, China
- Longo, Francesco, University of Calabria, Italy
- Mohaghegh, Shahab D., West Virginia University, USA
- Ozbayoglu, Evren M., University of Tulsa, USA
- Padovano, Antonio, University of Calabria, Italy
- Rana, Mohan S., Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research (KISR), Kuwait
- Romero-Zeron, Laura, University of New Brunswick, Canada
- Saikia, Binoy K., CSIR-NEIST, India
- Zeng, Fanhua, University of Regina, Canada
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Enhanced oil recovery with nanoparticles
25 October, 2018
A mixture of nanoparticles and water can be used in the nano-water alternating gas approach (NWAG) to enhance oil recovery from an oil field. Now, the wettability of rock, relative permeability curves, and the interfacial tension has been analysed by a team from Oman with a view to improving the process [...]More details...
Fighting over Russian geo-energy
17 August, 2018
The collapse of the Soviet Union led to a decade or more of instability and decay in Russia and its former domains all of which are now largely independent nation states. That said, there have been countless conflicts in the intervening years and many of them are associated with energy security and the rising cost of hydrocarbon fuels.
Researchers in Spain have analysed the history and the socioeconomic history with regard to the three secessionist conflicts in Eastern Europe (Crimea, Donbass, and Transnistria) and suggest that many Russian geo-energy commercial interests have benefited considerably from these crises [...]More details...
6th International Conference on Computational and Experimental Science and Engineering (ICCESEN 2019)
Selected authors will be invited to elaborate on their research topic and submit the results to the journal for review and potential publication.