Aims and Scope

Bulletin of Petroleum Production Technology is devoted to the publication of high quality papers on theoretical developments in petroleum production technology and related research. Topics interesting to be covered includes:
  • Pipeline Technology
  • Onshore and Offshore Construction
  • Biofuel technology
  • Asphalt
  • Coke
  • Graphite
  • Oils and gases
  • Peat
  • Synthetic fuels (including Dimethyl ether (DME), Methanol etc)
  • Natural gas
  • Oil shale
  • Petroleum
  • Tar and pitch
  • Waste-derived fuels (WDF)
  • Refuse-derived fuels (RDF)
  • Carbon with applications to energy
Besides the above fields, more topics can be submitted also:
  • Planning and Design: 
    Route Analysis and Selection
    Onshore and Offshore Construction
    Construction Machinery
    Valves & Fittings
    Line Pipe Materials
    Hydrostatic Testing
    Trenchless Technologies
    Pipe Tracking
    Cathodic Protection
    Corrosion Control
    Pipeline Coating
    Compressor Stations
    Pump Stations
  • Petroleum Producion: Asset Management
    Risk Management
    Integrity Management
    SCADA Systems
    Control and Dispatching
    Inline Inspection
    Unpiggable Pipelines
    Direct Assessment
    Leak Detection
    Remote Sensing
    Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)
    Fiber Optic Sensing
    Drag Reducing Agents
    Rehabilitation of Aging Pipelines
    Repair Works
    Hot Tapping
    Life Cycle Extension Strategies
    Third Party Impact
    Management Systems
  • Relatived topics:Safety
    Training and Competency
    Energy Recovery
    Cyber Security
    Big Data
    LNG versus Pipeline
    Standards and Regulations
    Environmental Risks
    Public Perception
    Stakeholder Engagement
    Strain Based Design
    Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs)
    Carbon Dioxide Transport (CCS)
    Climate Challenges (cold, hot, humid)
    Geohazards / Natural Disasters
    Smart Grids / Smart Metering
    Rotating Equipment
    Power to Gas
    Feed-in of Biogas
    Feeder Pipelines (Upstream)
    Riser Systems
    Product Pipelines
    Water Pipelines
    Slurry Pipelines
All papers will be refereed by acknowledged experts in the field, and may be (i) accepted without change, (ii) require amendment and subsequent re-refereeing, or (iii) be rejected on the grounds of either relevance or content.

The submission of a paper implies that, if accepted for publication, it will not be published elsewhere in the same form, in any language, without the prior consent of the Publisher.

A quaterly research journal devoted to theoretical and practical developments in petroleum science and energy research.


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ISSN: 1809-6751; EISSN: 1984-9737