Number of Volumes 10
Number of Issues 27
Number of Articles 211
Article View 351,497
PDF Download 323,625
View Per Article 1665.86
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Number of Submissions 673
Reject Rate 49
Acceptance Rate 25
Time to Accept (Days) 277
Number of Reviewers 978
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The Journal of Petroleum Science and Technology, as a multidisciplinary open access online journal affiliated with Research Institute of Petroleum Industry (RIPI), covers the fields of petroleum and natural gas exploration, production, refining, synthesis and application of catalysts and chemical additives in petroleum and gas industry, application of nanotechnology (nanotubes, nanofibers, and nanoparticles), biotechnology, and polymers in petroleum, energy and environment, and corrosion and publishes papers in the form of research articles, review papers, and research notes. The Journal of Petroleum Science and Technology is accredited by Iran Ministry of Science, Research, and Technology with the accreditation number of 1922557. The journal was accredited on April 17, 2013; however, the accreditation period is from April 2011 to April 2015, which means it applies to all the issues published to date.


Journal validity type: science research (Minister of Science, Research and Technology)

Number of publication/year: quarterly

Rank (in Minister of Science, Research and Technology): A (806/17)

Type of review: double-blind review

Average review time: 4 months

Journal language: English

Publication type: printed/electronic

Accessibility: online or open access (free (whole parts of each manuscript))

Current Issue: Volume 10, Issue 3, Summer 2020, Pages 1-71 

3. Experimental Data of Interfacial Tension and Contact Angle at Reservoir Condition: Influence of Tuned Water

Pages 20-29

Nilo kim; Alessandra Winter; Euclides Bonet; Gabriel Bassani; Rafael Almeida

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