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January 2022, Oil & Gas Science and Technology evolves and becomes Science and Technology for Energy Transition (STET), in order to have a better match to actual research issues regarding the fight against global warming.

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A new submission and peer-review system has been launched:

We invite you to register and to submit your article to STET. If you have already submitted to OSGT before, please register in the new system and you will have access to all your previous articles.

Welcome to the Manuscript Management System (MMS) of Oil & Gas Science and Technology


In order to register your new submission, you need to enter your author identifier. This is a unique and confidential number that is attributed to you upon your first submission to OGST. If you have submitted a paper to OGST before, you already have an author identifier.
If you publish regularly with us, it is a good idea to note your author number for future reference.

If you are a new OGST author, you will be asked to fill out a registration form and an identifier will be attributed to you.

If you have forgotten your author identifier, click on New submission and follow the links for retrieving your number. You will be asked to enter your e-mail address and your identifier will be mailed to the given address if the MMS finds a correspondence between the e-mail address you entered and an OGST author.

If you have recently changed your e-mail address, do NOT fill out a new registration form, but instead contact the Editorial Office.


OGST is a full peer-reviewed journal managed by a scientific editorial committee. The Editor-in-Chief reserves the right to decide whether or not a new submission should be sent to the referees. The editor in charge usually collects two independent reports. In cases where the referees cannot agree, an independent expert can be invited to act as an adjudicator.

OGST can only process articles that have been approved by all co-authors and that have not been published or submitted for publication elsewhere.
Authors are encouraged to refer to The Committee on Publishing Ethics (COPE) for all aspects of publication ethics:
In this context, Crosscheck ( is actively used by OGST to prevent scholarly and professional plagiarism.