The objective of the Gas Processing Journal is to bridge the gap between the engineering and the science of natural gas by publishing explicitly written articles intelligible to scientists and engineers working in any field of natural gas science and engineering.
Gas Processing Journal covers the fields of natural gas production, processing, transmission in its broadest possible sense.
The detailed topics include:
Gas Production :
Thermodynamics and Phase Behavior
Gas-reservoir Modeling and Simulation
Natural Gas Production Engineering
Primary and Enhanced Production
Subsurface Issues Related to Coal-bed Methane
Novel Gas Processes
Gas and Multiphase Flow Through a Pipelines and Network
Corrosion in Pipelines and Gas Facilities
Technologies related to Gas Engineering
Power and Heat Cycles
Energy Saving in Gas Industries
Mathematical Modeling Studies in all above topics are also considered for review process.