The objective of Natural Gas Industry B is to report cutting-edge academic research in the field of natural gas, present the development trends of engineering technology, and promote the progress of e...
The objective of Natural Gas Industry B is to report cutting-edge academic research in the field of natural gas, present the development trends of engineering technology, and promote the progress of engineering technology with theoretical research results.
Natural Gas Industry B covers all fields of the natural gas industry from upstream to downstream, including geological research, geophysical exploration, gas recovery, drilling engineering, gas processing and utilization, gas storage and transportation, QHSE management, marketing, and the economy. Topics include: the origin and accumulation of natural gas; natural gas geochemistry; geophysical exploration; gas-reservoir engineering; well logging, testing, and evaluation; mathematical modeling; enhanced gas recovery; thermodynamics and phase behavior; gas-reservoir modeling and simulation; natural gas production engineering; primary and enhanced production from unconventional gas resources, subsurface issues related to coalbed methane, tight gas, shale gas, and hydrate production and formation evaluation; long-distance pipelines; digital technologies applied in gas fields; gas processing/LNG/CNG technologies; LNG terminals and underground gas storage; and natural gas pricing and marketing.
The bi-monthly Journal of Natural Gas Industry B also focuses on economical, environmental, management, and safety issues related to natural gas production, processing, and transportation.
Research articles, case studies, field progress reports, conference proceedings, and review articles will be accepted, especially those presenting a forward view of the selected topic, novel research, instructive value, and technical practicality for field practices.