Science and Technology for Energy Transition is indexed/abstracted in:
Indexing & Abstracting Services
- Clarivate Analytics – JCR (Web of Science – Current contents)
- IET INSPEC
2021 Impact Factor*: 2.189
2021 5-Year Impact Factor*: 2.123
*Journal Citation Reports™ from Clarivate, 2022
This impact factor is the IF of the previous title Oil & Gas Science and Technology - Revue d'IFP Energies nouvelles. In 2022, the title changed to Science and Technology for Energy Transition (STET).
In the case of a 1-to-1 title change, in the first year after the title is changed both titles (original and new) will be listed in Journal Citation Reports . However, the new title will be listed without an Impact Factor because the article count for the two preceding years (the denominator in Impact Factor calculations) is zero. The original title is listed with a normal Impact Factor.
In the second year after a journal title is changed, Journal Citation Reports will list separate impact factors for the new title and for the superseded title. In this second year, the impact factor for a new title may be lower than expected, because the article count includes only younger articles. Similarly, the impact factor for the superseded title may be higher than expected because it is based upon only older articles.
In the third year, the superseded title will no longer be listed.
This journal is indexed in Crossref.
The Crossref system is used for linking citations across publishers. To ensure direct linking to and from its contents, EDP Sciences registers its scientific research journals to CrossRef. Online archives have also been indexed.
Any Crossref members can create direct links from its online references to the EDP Sciences contents, using Crossref database. Reciprocally, the online references of EDP Sciences articles include direct links to the cited articles. Such links can be created on condition that the reference of the cited article matches a Crossref data. In particular these direct links only concern references whose publishers have previously indexed their own data to Crossref.
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