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Geoenergy cover imageGeoenergy is a new co-owned journal of the Geological Society and the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE), launching in January 2023.

Continuing the mission of its sister journal, Petroleum Geoscience, Geoenergy focuses on the publication of timely and topical research in subsurface geoscience, critical for this new era of sustainable energy.

Now open for submissions via



Jonathan Redfern, University of Manchester, UK


The journal considers articles on the following themes:

Energy storage: thermal energy storage, compressed air energy storage, hydrogen storage, hydroelectric storage

Subsurface disposal and storage: carbon capture and storage (CCS), bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS), radioactive waste storage

Geothermal energy: exploration, characterization and modelling of geothermal fields

Hydrogen energy: exploration, production and storage of hydrogen

Critical minerals and raw materials: minerals for the energy transition

Sustainability: surveillance and long-term assurance for management of subsurface resources

Thematic Collections

Geoenergy is calling for papers to be submitted to the following 4 thematic collections:

The energy-critical metals for a low carbon transition
A range of articles is encouraged on the topic of ore deposits of energy-critical metals, encompassing both the critical raw materials and the cross-cutting metals.

Submission deadline: 31 May 2023.

Hydrogen as a future energy source – exploration, storage, monitoring
This thematic collection will investigate the technical opportunities and the scientific challenges of a future hydrogen energy landscape. 

Submission deadline: 31 May 2023.

The Earth as a thermal battery: future directions in subsurface thermal energy storage systems
This collection aims to address the challenges and progress in assessing thermal energy storage systems. 

Submission deadline: 31 May 2023.

Digitally enabled geoscience workflows: unlocking the power of our data
This collection will present the state of the art in data science applications for geoscience, and particularly intends to highlight the recent advances of these technologies to solve subsurface problems across various disciplines.

Submission deadline: 31 October 2023.


For all enquiries, please contact the Editorial Office at: [email protected]


Welcome to Geoenergy

3D reservoir simulation of CO2 injection in a deep saline aquifer of the Lower Paleozoic Potsdam Sandstone of the St Lawrence Platform, Gentilly Block, Quebec

“My co-authors and I are honored and delighted to have a chance to publish our research work in the first Geoenergy issue. And it was the fastest manuscript processing that I ever had! Our many thanks to Editors, reviewers and Geoenergy team for highly professional work”
-  Elena Konstantinovskaya, Department Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Alberta, author Geoenergy