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Energy databases: science & technology

  • Compendex
    Leads to articles, conference papers and more in engineering, physics, and technical energy topics
  • Web of Science
    Indexes high-impact science, social science, engineering, art & humanities research journals, 1900 - present. Covers many aspects of energy topics. Also used for tracking citations.
  • Scifinder
    Comprehensive chemical information database. Covers scientific journals, patents, conference proceedings, and technical papers. 1907 - present. You must register at http://libraries.mit.edu/cas-reg before using the first time.
  • AAPG Datapages
    Full-text from the American Association of Petroleum Geologists
  • One Petro [SPE] eLibrary]
    Technical literature related to the oil and gas exploration and production industry from the Society of Petroleum Engineers. 1925 - present.
  • DieselNet
    Technical and business information on diesel engines, emissions, fuels, and other technologies required by the clean and efficient diesel engines of the future.

Energy databases: news and policy

Energy databases: architecture

Energy technical reports

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Energy data and statistics

 

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