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ISSN: 1750-5836

Editor-in-Chief: John Gale

Publisher: Elsevier B.V.

Impact Foctor: 3.946

Abstracting/Indexing: Science Citation Index Expanded, Ei Compendex, Environmental Sciences & Pollution Management, Current Abstracts (EBSCO), etc.


The International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control is a peer reviewed journal focusing on scientific and engineering developments ingreenhouse gas control through capture and storage at large stationary emitters in the power sector and in other major resource, manufacturing and production industries. The Journal covers all greenhouse gasemissions within the power and industrial sectors, and comprises both technical and non-technical related literature in one volume. Original research, review and comments papers are included.

The scope of the journal (whilst not exclusive to) includes:

CO2 Capture

New research results relevant for large scale CO2 capture systems using chemical solvents, solid sorbents, chemical looping, calcium looping, membranes and membrane reactors and hybrid systems, PSA, cryogenics etc.
  • Advances in CO2 capture processes (post combustion, pre combustion, oxy combustion) for power plants, cement and steel plants, refineries, petrochemicals, and other large industries
  • Experimental results at pilot level from laboratory scale to demonstration, and relevant modelling work for scaling up
  • CO2 capture process simulation for energy penalty reductions. Dynamic modelling.
  • Cost analyses and cost reduction strategies
  • Environmental impacts/risk, safety and life-cycle assessment of capture facilities

CO2 Transport

  • Design and material/technical issues for CO2 transport systems
  • Economic analyses and systems level optimization of CO2 transport systems
  • Risk assessments and safety issues
  • Permitting and regulatory issues

CO2 Geological Storage

  • Geological formation/storage capacity assessments
  • Matching emissions sources and storage opportunities
  • Site selection and characterization
  • Modelling the fate and effects of stored CO2
  • Integrity of the storage site, including caprocks and wells
  • Test injection research results
  • Risk assessments and management
  • Monitoring tool developments and applications
  • Environmental impact assessments
  • Demonstration project results and operational experiences
  • Induced seismicity, pressure maintenance, brine displacement, groundwater impacts
  • Remediation and measurement, monitoring and verification issues
  • Experiences from natural/industrial analogues
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