Quarterly Publication
Volume 7 (2023)
Volume 6 (2022)
Volume 5 (2021)
Volume 4 (2020)
Volume 3 (2019)
Volume 2 (2018)
Volume 1 (2017)

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Number of Volumes 8
Number of Issues 26
Number of Articles 165
Article View 79,026
PDF Download 55,864
View Per Article 478.95
PDF Download Per Article 338.57
Acceptance Rate 51
Time to Accept (Days) 117
Number of Indexing Databases 13
Number of Reviewers 211
Impact Factor (ISC)-2020 0.042

 

 

 

Call for Papers

We proudly announce that the journal of Petroleum Business Review (PBR) has been granted temporary permission for publication from the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology of Iran. It should be mentioned that PBR is granted the status of “Academic-Research”. The journal is to be published quarterly in English.

We hereby call for papers in Petroleum Business studies. We invite all scholars to submit their articles for review and publication to the journal. More information about guidelines for submission and the policy of the journal is provided here. Only articles received online through the website will be sent for referees.

 

Petroleum Business Review journal follows rules and guidelines defined by Committee on Publication Ethics(COPE)

 

All submitted manuscripts are checked for similarity through a trustworthy software named iThenticate to be assured about its originality and then rigorously peer-reviewed by the international reviewers.

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  • Country of Publication: Iran      
  • Publisher: Petroleum University of Technology
  • Format: Online
  • Print ISSN: 2645-4726
  • Online ISSN: 2645-4734
  • Available from: Open access
  • Acceptance Rate: More of 45%
  • Frequency: Quarterly
  • Advance Access: open access
  • Language: English
  • Scope: Oil & Gas Management, Financing, Law, Accounting, Economics, Energy
  • Article Processing Charges: Free
  • Type of Journal: Academic-Research
  • Open Access: Yes
  • Policy: Double Blind Peer Review Confirmation
  • Review Time: 2 to 3 months
  • Contact E-mail: pbr@put.ac.ir
Original Article Oil and Gas Economics and Management
The Analysis of Effects of Oil and Gas Industry Development on the Social Damage (Case Study: Asaluyeh Region)

Saeid Lohrasebi; Jafar Hezarjaribi; Shahla Kazemipour; Majid Radfar

Volume 8, Issue 1 , January 2024, Pages 1-36

https://doi.org/10.22050/pbr.2024.406228.1306

Abstract
  This research was conducted with the aim of studying the effects of oil and gas industry development on the state of social damage in the native community of Assalouye. This research was conducted using quantitative and qualitative methods, in the qualitative part, the in-depth interview method was used, ...  Read More

Original Article Oil and Gas Economics and Management
Analyzing the capacity and energy policies of Indonesia to develop cooperation with Iran

Seyyed Abdollah Razavi

Volume 8, Issue 1 , January 2024, Pages 37-45

https://doi.org/10.22050/pbr.2023.408759.1311

Abstract
  Southeast Asian countries have always been the focus of oil producers due to the increase in population and the trend of economic growth. In the last two decades, Indonesia has been prioritized as one of the new markets for Iran due to its high population and forecast to become the fifth largest economy ...  Read More

Original Article Accounting
Petrochemical companies stock price volatility affected by Covid-19 pandemic: A black swan event

Yassaman Khalili; Keramatollah Heydari Rostami; Vahid Omidi

Volume 8, Issue 1 , January 2024, Pages 46-125

https://doi.org/10.22050/pbr.2024.407886.1310

Abstract
  One of the most important factors that investors pay attention to in stock markets is stock price fluctuations, which is the basis for evaluating the performance of company managers. The performance of the company's stock includes the yield from the resources under the company's control and is considered ...  Read More

Original Article Oil and Gas Economics and Management
Unraveling the Nexus: Oil Shocks and Sustainable Development in OPEC Countries

Ehsan Rasoulinezhad; Masoud Rezaeian

Volume 8, Issue 1 , January 2024, Pages 126-182

https://doi.org/10.22050/pbr.2023.352842.1272

Abstract
  The oil price fluctuations are a debatable issue among scholars. Understanding the appropriate utilization of underground resources is paramount, considering their abundance and historical significance as a crucial source of financial income for Iran. However, oil shocks pose challenges to petroleum ...  Read More

Original Article Oil and Gas Economics and Management
The Effect of Environmental and Currency Uncertainty on Stock Return Volatility in The Petrochemical and Petroleum Products Suppliers Companies

Mostafa Shamsoddini; Esmaeil Akhlaghi Yazdinejad

Volume 8, Issue 1 , January 2024, Pages 183-222

https://doi.org/10.22050/pbr.2023.418353.1318

Abstract
  Market uncertainty is when investors have difficulty in assessing current and future market conditions because there is a lot of volatility in the market. This research was conducted with the aim of investigating the effect of environmental uncertainty and currency uncertainty on volatility of stock ...  Read More

Original Article Oil and Gas Economics and Management
Application of Cell Formation Problem for Optimal Job Grouping in Oil & Gas Megaprojects, using a Harmony Search Algorithm

Mohammad ali Hatefi; Fatemeh Davoodi

Volume 8, Issue 1 , January 2024

https://doi.org/10.22050/pbr.2024.436980.1324

Abstract
  Cell Formation Problem (CFP) is a famous issues in group technology, where an analyst aims at forming groups of machines/parts (so-called cells), in such a way that machines in every cell process as much as possible parts from this cell and as less as possible parts from other cells. In this article, ...  Read More

Oil and Gas Economics and Management
Energy Programs of American Parties (Republicans and Democrats) and Global Oil Market

Seyyed Abdollah Razavi; Shohreh Pirani

Volume 3, Issue 4 , December 2019, , Pages 28-36

https://doi.org/10.22050/pbr.2019.119151

Abstract
  The United States is the world's first producer and consumer of oil and play a special role in international oil market relations. In a sense, due to the differences in the energy programs of the parties of this country, we will see significant changes in the international energy markets. The Trump's ...  Read More

Law Studies
The Taking Over of a Foreign Investor’s Property by the Host State in International Petroleum Agreements: How International Arbitration Practice Responds

Hamid Reza Younesi

Volume 5, Issue 2 , April 2021, , Pages 75-86

https://doi.org/10.22050/pbr.2021.277665.1175

Abstract
  The present article aims to examine the risk of host governments’ interference with the property of foreign investors (expropriation) in the petroleum industry. Host states have the police power to make regulatory changes. The “police power” is defined as the inherent and plenary power ...  Read More

Law Studies
Indirect Expropriation in the Petroleum Industry: The Response of International Arbitrations

Hamid Reza Younesi

Volume 5, Issue 4 , October 2021, , Pages 1-10

https://doi.org/10.22050/pbr.2021.278306.1176

Abstract
  The present article aims to argue indirect expropriation in international petroleum agreements and analyze the response of international arbitrations. In particular, international arbitral awards by the Iran–US claims tribunal, the Yukos case as an energy charter treaty arbitration, and certain ...  Read More

Relationship between Financial Leverage and Firm Growth in the Oil and Gas Industry: Evidence from OPEC

Seyed Mohammad Javadi; Abbas Alimoradi; Mohammad Reza Ashtiani

Volume 1, Issue 1 , November 2017, , Pages 9-21

https://doi.org/10.22050/pbr.2017.58117

Abstract
  Recent theories of firm dynamics emphasize on the role of financial variables as determinants of firm growth. Most of the technical literature shows that there is a positive relationship between financial leverage and firm growth. The purpose of this paper is to examine whether such relationship exists ...  Read More

Energy Management and Engineering
Futures of Iran’s Oil and Gas: Scenarios by 2035

Mohammad Mottaghi

Volume 3, Issue 4 , December 2019, , Pages 63-86

https://doi.org/10.22050/pbr.2019.119195

Abstract
  Iran is one of the most important oil and gas producing countries in the world with 153.8 billion barrels of crude oil and 33.5 billion cubic meters of gas accounting for 9.3% and 18% share of the total oil and gas reservoirs respectively. Rich hydrocarbon reservoirs along with a special geographical ...  Read More

Original Article Oil and Gas Economics and Management
Analysis the Factors Affecting on the Marketing of Knowledge-Based Products of Chemical Industries of Iran

Mohammad Hossein Zehtabchian; Reza Radfar; Kambiz Heidarzadeh

Articles in Press, Corrected Proof, Available Online from 10 July 2023

https://doi.org/10.22050/pbr.2023.323323.1243

Abstract
  The present study aimed to identify and prioritize the factors affecting the marketing of knowledge-based products of basic chemicals. This research is applied in terms of objectives and a data-based cross-sectional survey concerning its method. Initially, the factors affecting the marketing of products ...  Read More

Original Article Oil and Gas Economics and Management
Impacts of Crude Oil Price Changes on Capital Market Indexes: Empirical Evidence from Tehran Securities Exchange and Tadawul Exchange Comparison

Alireza Akbarzadeh; Kamyar Jaimand

Articles in Press, Corrected Proof, Available Online from 10 July 2023

https://doi.org/10.22050/pbr.2023.390456.1294

Abstract
  Several studies in the field of capital markets indicate that changes in macroeconomic parameters, including crude oil price changes in many cases, have significant effects on capital market indexes. The present study seeks to investigate the effect of crude oil price changes on the indexes of Tehran ...  Read More

Original Article Oil and Gas Economics and Management
Oil Revenue, Government Size, and Inflation in Iran: A Markov Switching Approach

Haniyeh Sedaghat Kalmarzi; Mohammad Hassan Fotros

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 06 November 2023

https://doi.org/10.22050/pbr.2023.400554.1303

Abstract
  The Iranian economy is intensely affected by the size of the government and oil income. Oil incomes might influence the relationship between inflation and government size since financing the budget in Iran is based to a significant degree on oil revenues. Due to the significance of government size and ...  Read More

Original Article
An Exploration into the Theoretical Logics of US Energy Policy (2017-2022)

Mohammad Yusefvand; Hossein Karaminejad; Ali Adami

Articles in Press, Corrected Proof, Available Online from 02 December 2023

https://doi.org/10.22050/pbr.2023.378443.1288

Abstract
  The United States’ foreign policy is influenced by specific theoretical logics that also shape its energy policies. These logics play a crucial role in understanding the country's approach to energy strategies. In this article, the authors analyze the alignment between the energy policies of the ...  Read More

Original Article Law Studies
Explanation and Analysis of Farm-Out Agreement and The Feasibility of Exploiting It in Upstream Oil and Gas Contracts in Iran

Hatef Sattariasmaroud; Abdolhossein Shiravi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 04 December 2023

https://doi.org/10.22050/pbr.2023.416714.1316

Abstract
  According to the form-out agreement the investor of the international petroleum agreement “farmor”, during the implementation of the project and due to various reasons such as lack of finance resources and/or incapability of contract performance, assigns provision of required investments ...  Read More

Original Article Oil and Gas Economics and Management
Presenting and Evaluating the Effective Factors on the Sustainable Supply Chain in the National Iranian South Oil Company

Farshid Abolhasani; Fataneh meshkani Alizadeh; Leila Andervazh

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 04 December 2023

https://doi.org/10.22050/pbr.2023.392988.1296

Abstract
  This research aims to identify the effective factors on sustainable supply chain in the National Iranian South Oil Company (NISOC). The method of data collection was mixed methods. In the qualitative section, data were collected through reviewing 32 previous studies as well as in-depth interviews with ...  Read More

Original Article Oil and Gas Economics and Management
The Conceptual Framework of Supplier Relationship Development in the Abadan Refinery with a Focus on Value Co-Creation Based on the Grounded Theory

fereydoun omidi; Adel Mazraeh

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 28 January 2024

https://doi.org/10.22050/pbr.2024.422971.1321

Abstract
  The current research was conducted with the aim of providing a conceptual framework for the development of relations with suppliers in Abadan Oil Refining Company. The research method is qualitative and based on the data theory of the foundation. To collect data, semi-structured interview was used and ...  Read More

Original Article Oil and Gas Economics and Management
Designing a Strategic Restructuring Model in Iran's Oil Industry with an Emphasis on Eco-industrial Developmen

Alireza Farhadi Koutenaei; Shaysteh Varedi; Asadollah Mehrara; Hamid Azadi Reikandeh

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 15 April 2024

https://doi.org/10.22050/pbr.2024.434857.1323

Abstract
  The purpose of this study is to design a strategic restructuring model for strategic restructuring in the oil industry with attention and emphasis on eco-industrial development. This current research is developmental in terms of its purpose; In terms of approach, it has been done qualitatively and based ...  Read More

Original Article Law Studies
The Main Policies of International Oil Companies (IOCs) in Petroleum Contracts: An Overview on Risk Service Contracts in Iran’s Upstream Oil Industry

ehsan afshar; Mohammad Ali Bahmaei

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 05 May 2024

https://doi.org/10.22050/pbr.2024.442677.1329

Abstract
  Host countries invite international oil companies (IOCs) to conduct petroleum operations because the industry is naturally high cost, high risk and long term. Most governments don’t wish to risk its own capital and are better off avoiding the significant costs, risks and uncertainties associated ...  Read More

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