Gas Science Bulletin
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The Gas Science Bulletin (Vesti Gazovoy Nauki) is a successor to the science & technology periodical of VNIIGAZ, which was first published in 1948. The new version of the publication has been issued since 2010 on a quarterly basis.
The strategic goal of the Gas Science Bulletin is to intensify the exchange of information on scientific research and practical applications of solutions developed by the Gazprom Group and Russia's fuel and energy complex, as well as foreign companies and research hubs in the oil & gas industry.
The periodical is focused on the outcomes of theoretical and experimental studies in the oil & gas sector, as well as selected papers from international, Russian and industry conferences focused on sci-tech topics.
The publication covers a wide range of activities from the prospecting, exploration, production, transportation and storage of hydrocarbon feedstock to its processing and use.
Boris Grigoriev, Editor-in-Chief of Gas Science Bulletin, Corresponding Member of Russian Academy of Sciences, professor, Doctor of Engineering, winner of USSR Council of Ministers Award and Russian National Award in Science and Technology, and Research Supervisor of Corporate Center for Formation System Studies (Core and Fluids) of Gazprom VNIIGAZ
The Gas Science Bulletin is on the List of Peer-Reviewed Scientific Publications recommended by the Higher Attestation Commission of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation as a periodical qualified for publishing scientific abstracts of doctoral theses.
The publication is listed in the databases of the Russian Science Citation Index, the CyberLeninka electronic science repository, the All-Russian Institute for Scientific and Technical Information of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Russian National Public Library for Science and Technology, and the Russian State Library.
The full archive of the publication is available at www.vesti-gas.ru/en.
The bulletin has a wide readership of specialists in the oil & gas and metals industries (including for the purposes of professional development programs), as well as students, graduates and postgraduates of oil & gas departments at higher education institutions.