(McLean, VA) January 23, 2023 – GeoScienceWorld (GSW) is pleased to announce that the journal Geoenergy has been added its domain-leading collection of Earth science research journals. Geoenergy, a new co-owned journal of the Geological Society of London (GSL) and the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE).
Continuing the mission of its sister journal, Petroleum Geoscience, Geoenergy focuses on the publication of timely and topical research in subsurface geoscience, critical for this new era of sustainable energy. The journal considers articles on the following themes:
- Energy storage: thermal energy storage, compressed air energy storage, hydrogen storage, hydroelectric storage
- Subsurface disposal and storage: carbon capture and storage (CCS), bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS), radioactive waste storage
- Geothermal energy: exploration, characterization and modeling of geothermal fields
- Hydrogen energy: exploration, production and storage of hydrogen
- Critical minerals and raw materials: minerals for the energy transition
- Sustainability: surveillance and long-term assurance for management of subsurface resources
Maggie Simmons, Director of Publishing at the Geological Society of London said “We are delighted to publish the first paper in our brand new journal Geoenergy. Geoenergy focuses on topical and timely research in subsurface geoscience, reflecting the critical role the geosciences will play in delivering the energy transition.”
“Geoenergy uniquely expands the scope of the high-quality research we deliver to our customers,” said Phoebe McMellon, CEO of GeoScienceWorld. “The journal helps reshape the narrative surrounding the value and importance of geoscience research in positively impacting and contributing to sustainability efforts.”
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