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J. Jpn. Petrol. Inst. (Vol. 63 No. 5,Sep. issue, 2020)

■Submission of extended abstracts of Kumamoto Conv. of JPI
Format for exteded abstracts: Please see the JPI format.
Submission site of extended abstracts: Please go to the submissionsite. The site is available only during the submission period.
Submission period: from 13:00 of Sept. 16, 2020 to 13:00 of Sept. 30, 2020

Kumamoto Convention (50th Petroleum-Petrochemicals Symposium of JPI)
Date: Nov. 12 and Nov. 13, 2020
Venue: Kumamoto-jo Hall, Kumamoto, JAPAN
Registration fee: Regular member 8,000 JPY, Student member 4,000 JPY, Corporate member 11,000 JPY, Non-JPI member 14,000 JPY
Rgistration: Go to site

Message from President of JPI

Proceedingss of JPI Yamagata Convention (the 39th Petroleum-Petrochemical Symposium of JPI)

■ Call for Papers - Journal of the Japan Petroleum Institute
JJPI publishes articles on petroleum exploration, petroleum refining, petrochemi cals and relevant subjects.

Request for transfer of copyrights on previously published articles on the “Sekiyu Gakkaishi” and “Bulletin of The Japan Petroleum Institute”

What's JPI

  The Japan Petroleum Institute (abbreviated JPI) was established in May 1958 as a corporate juridical person to strive for actions listed below under the auspices of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (formerly Ministry of International Trade and Industry).

  1. To promote science and technology related to petroleum exploration and development, production, refining, including petrochemicals and other related areas.
  2. To provide scientists, engineers and associates engaged in industrial, governmental and academic activities, in the above-mentioned areas, with opportunities for exchange of knowledge as well as mutual understanding among the personnel concerned.
  3. To maintain close relations with other related institutes, associations and organizations in the fields such as natural resources, energy and environmental protection to promote technical activities for mutual benefits.
  4. To exchange information with overseas institutes, associations having objectives similar to those of JPI and to carry out specific business including the preparation of scientific and technical programs for international conferences, etc.