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Journal of Natural Gas Engineering (JNGE), is a fully peer-reviewed, open access, electronic journal publishing original research covering the newest and most innovative engineering, scientific, and technological advances in natural gas engineering. Our aim is to publish your work as efficiently and effectively as possible so the world is aware of it. Our standard policy requires each paper to be reviewed by at least two referees and the peer-review process is single-blind.
The Journal of Natural Gas Engineering is publishing original research on the engineering, scientific, and technological advances covering all aspects of natural gas engineering: production, transportation, and processing. In addition, JNGE will include auxiliary subjects such as thermodynamics, physical properties, phase equilibrium, etc. related to the natural gas industry. The intention is to include modelling and theoretical studies, experimental work, and field data.
Natural gas is an extremely important source of fuel and power, and its global importance is growing. Thus, JNGE seeks to include research by engineers and scientists from every country and region in the world where natural gas is relevant, and thereby contributing both practical and theoretical material to the global body of scientific literature in this area. Papers are invited on any individual topic in natural gas engineering or on those which are interdisciplinary.
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Manuscripts should be submitted to JNGE via online submission system Editorial Manager available at https://www.editorialmanager.com/jnge/default.aspx. Authors should register themselves first as new users and then upload their manuscripts.In case of any technical problems, please contact the Managing Editor (Jan Barabach, Jan.Barabach@degruyter.com).
Editor-in-ChiefAnders Andreasen, DenmarkEditorial BoardChun-Gang Xu, ChinaHamid Reza Rahbari, IranKashy Aminian, USAMaciej Chaczykowski, PolandMahmoud Khader, EgyptMohd Shariq Khan, OmanMojgan Abbasi, IranMustafa Nasser, QatarOfélia de Q. F. Araújo, Brazil
Managing EditorJan Barabach, Jan.Barabach@degruyter.com