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Petroleum Review is a monthly journal that will help keep you up-to-date and fully informed of the latest advances, trends, changes and events throughout the international oil and gas industry – upstream and downstream. 

Published since 1914, the magazine’s long-established association with leading oil companies and industry figures enables it to regularly feature articles by and about key decision-makers. It remains one of the few industry magazines to provide a comprehensive overview of the oil and gas industry – from seismic surveys to forecourt retailing.

In a recent readership survey, Petroleum Review readers voted the magazine their most important source of industry information. Why not join the senior executives who regularly read Petroleum Review?
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Click here to download the entire latest issue online (members only). If you are not a member, you may still view the perspective and the contents page for the latest issue.

In addition to the monthly magazine, Petroleum Review also produces a Retail Marketing Survey in March/April that provides a detailed analysis of UK service stations by company and region. The Future Skills Supplement looks at solutions to skills shortages facing the energy industry.The December issue is accompanied by a Future Refining Supplement, which looks at ongoing activities within the oil refining industry.

News in Brief and EI Abstracts databases

The magazine also contributes to the EI's online News in Brief service, providing a brief synopsis of the latest developments, deals and contracts in the oil and gas industry around the globe. News in Brief is available to EI members only and accessed via a fully searchable database.

An Energy Institute Abstracts database which contains searchable monthly abstracts of Energy World and Petroleum Review articles, dating from 1995 to present, is also available to EI members. Photocopies of past articles can be ordered from the EI Library

         

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