SPE Journal Issues Call for Papers for the Lower-Carbon Prospects of Petroleum Engineering Special Issue
SPE Journal is now accepting papers for a new special issue focused on lower-carbon prospects of petroleum engineering. Submissions are invited about novel research on petroleum engineering aspects of lower-carbon energy production, emphasizing subsurface technologies related to CCUS, geothermal energy, subsurface hydrogen, offshore energy facilities, and other lower-carbon technologies.
SPE Journal is now accepting papers for a new special issue focused on lower-carbon prospects of petroleum engineering. Boxiao Li and Reza Fassihi serve as guest editors for the issue and are soliciting submissions in CCUS, geothermal energy, subsurface hydrogen, offshore energy facilities, and other lower-carbon technologies.
The issue provides a platform for sharing the latest research and practices in lower-carbon technologies, helping the petroleum industry address the challenges and harvest potential opportunities in energy transition. In addition, the industry’s deep experience in hydrocarbon production benefits many lower-carbon applications. This special issue highlights the important research that will be submitted to the Sustainability and Energy Transition section in the new, consolidated SPE Journal.
The special issue aims to publish novel research on petroleum engineering aspects of lower-carbon energy production with emphasis on subsurface technologies (1) that are fundamentally related to the first principles of flow in porous media; (2) that require or benefit from the practical experience and technological know-how of hydrocarbon production; and (3) in which the petroleum industry is or can readily become a key contributor. All submitted papers will be subject to the standard SPE peer-review process.
This special issue will publish papers in real time, as they are accepted for publication, and will continue to receive submissions until 1 June 2024. Learn more about the special issue.