Access Petroleum Abstracts with Dialog

Access Petroleum Abstracts at The University of Tulsa through the Dialog platform

Petroleum Abstracts is the world’s leading information source for published knowledge related to all upstream oil and gas exploration and production areas. By accessing Petroleum Abstracts directly through Dialog, you can take advantage of our transactional and subscription pricing options, powerful research tools and breadth of other content sources.

Scroll down to learn more details on the coverage in the TULSA database as well as the benefits of using Dialog to access Petroleum Abstracts.

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Flexible Pricing for Petroleum Abstracts Content

We offer a number of pricing models for searching and accessing Petroleum Abstracts on Dialog. From subscription options to pay-as-you-go pricing, Dialog customers can search Petroleum Abstracts from The University of Tulsa at a price and commitment level that suits them:

  • Standard Transactional Plan: Pay as you go access
  • Commitment Plan: Discounts when you commit to a minimum annual contract value
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  • 33 full-text patent authorities
  • 69 bibliographic patent authorities

If you need to search Petroleum Abstracts, get in touch with us to discuss your needs and how we can help you.  

Overview of Petroleum Abstracts at The University of Tulsa

Petroleum Abstracts is the world’s leading information source for published scientific and technical knowledge related to oil and gas exploration and production.

Annually, Petroleum Abstracts covers approximately 300 journals and more than 250 conference proceedings, plus patent gazettes and full-text patents, government documents and reports, dissertations, books, maps and many other sources, including exclusive coverage of meetings not available to other databases. 

The content in TULSA is indexed by experts and scientists in the fields of Petroleum Engineering and Geosciences which offers precise, consistent, and comprehensive indexing of upstream data, allowing searchers of the database to quickly find the information needed.

What areas does Petroleum Abstracts cover?

  • Petroleum exploration geology, geophysics, and geochemistry
  • Drilling
  • Well logging
  • Well completion and servicing
  • Production of oil and gas
  • Reservoir engineering and recovery methods
  • Pipelining, shipping and storage
  • Alternative fuels and energy sources
  • Health, safety and environment

What questions can Petroleum Abstracts help to answer? 

Use Petroleum Abstracts to answer such questions as:

  • What recent publications are available on depth correlation?
  • How are the best zones with hydrocarbon presence identified in Neuquén basin?
  • What are the latest methods for modelling surge and swab pressures in horizontal and inclined wells?
  • What has been published on fertility enhancement of soils contaminated with heavy hydrocarbons?

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