Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology

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Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology is a new online-only scientific journal dedicated to the management of greenhouse gases.

The journal will focus on methods for carbon capture and storage (CCS), as well as utilisation of carbon dioxide (CO2) as a feedstock for fuels and chemicals. GHG will also provide insight into strategies to mitigate emissions of other greenhouse gases. Significant advances will be explored in critical reviews, commentary articles and short communications of broad interest. In addition, the journal will offer analyses of relevant economic and political issues, industry developments and case studies.


Research Scientists, Engineers and Managers in the energy/power industry, Research Institutes, Chemical Engineers, Chemists, Separation Scientists, Geochemists, Geophysicists, Geologists, Environmental Scientists, Scientists working in agriculture/agronomy/forestry, Policy Makers in Government, Civil Engineers, and Non-Government Organisations.


Topics include, but are not limited to the following areas:

  • Carbon dioxide capture
  • Carbon dioxide storage
  • Carbon dioxide transportation
  • CO2 Utilisation
  • Other greenhouse gases
  • Regulation, economics and planning

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From the latest issue

Numerical study on filtration law of supercritical carbon dioxide fracturing in shale gas reservoirs

Supercritical carbon dioxide (SC-CO2) fracturing can form more complex fracture network and avoid reservoir damage, making it a lucrative alternative to hydraulic fracturing in shale gas reservoirs. This study establishes a two-dimensional dynamic filtration model of SC-CO2 fracturing, which considers stress sensitivity, fluid adsorption, dynamic changes of fluid physical parameters, and coupled fracture propagation. According to the established model, the dynamic filtration of fracture elements and matrix pressure variation in fracture propagation are simulated and analyzed.

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Meet the Editors

Editor in Chief Mercedes Maroto Valer 

Prof M. Mercedes Maroto-Valer
Director, UK Industrial Decarbonisation Research and Innovation Centre (IDRIC)
Deputy Principal (Global Sustainability), Heriot-Watt University
Director, Research Centre for Carbon Solutions (RCCS), Heriot-Watt University

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Editor in Chief Curtis M Oldenburg 

Dr Curtis M. Oldenburg
Geologic Carbon Sequestration Program Lead, Senior Scientist
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

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Prof M Mercedes Maroto-Valer and Dr Curtis M. Oldenburg | Editors-in-Chief