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DGMK - German Society for Sustainable Energy Carriers, Mobility and Carbon Cycles e.V.
ÖGEW - Austrian Society for Energy Sciences.
Prof. Dr. Leonhard Ganzer, TU Clausthal;
Univ.-Prof. Dr. B. Geringer, TU Wien;
Univ.-Prof. Dr. mont. Herbert Hofstätter, Montanuniversität
Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. W. Klose, Berlin;
Prof. Dr.-Ing. C. Küchen, Wirtschaftsverband
Fuels und Energie e. V. (en2x), Berlin;
DI W. Hochfellner, RAG Austria AG, Wien;
Prof. Dr.- Ing. C. Marx, Owingen;
Dipl.-Ing. A. Möhring, Vermilion Energy
Deutschland GmbH, Schönefeld;
Prof. Dr.-Ing. M. Reich, TU Bergakademie Freiberg;
Prof. Dr. Dipl.-Ing. P. Reichetseder, Hattingen;
Prof. Dr. K. M. Reinicke, ITE, TU Clausthal,
Dr. P. Sauermann, BP Europa SE, Bochum
Dr. V. Steinbach, BGR, Hannover
EEK - Technology & transformation of fossil and green energies is a technical journal for the entire field of fossil and green energy with international circulation. The range of journal topics includes technical and scientific contributions on exploration and production of crude oil and natural gas (on- and offshore), processing and application of petroleum or petroleum products including petrochemicals, and topics on the conversion of carbon carriers. These topics include hydrocarbon storage and transportation, pipeline and plant engineering, and analytics. Contributions from related or associated fields of work and expertise such as maintenance, occupational safety, environmental protection, hydrogen, and geothermal energy production (deep geothermal energy) are also considered.
The type of publication is subdivided without direct reference in the journal into scientific and technical original articles, review articles and short articles, news and announcements as well as notices from the DGMK and ÖGEW.
Scientific and technical original contributions are evaluated by expert reviewers before publication.
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