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This Library Research Guide will introduce library resources relevant to students enrolled in the Master of Energy Business Program

Welcome to McFarlin's Master of Energy Business Research Guide

This guide is designed for the use of students in the Master of Energy Business Program. The purpose of this guide is to provide help in doing library research using McFarlin's resources. Click on the tabs above for information on locating particular types of materials, including books and journal articles. The Zotero tab will introduce you to software that will help you manage your resources and citations.

Energy related articles

See the Engineering and Sciences Research Guide below:

Industry Information related to Energy

Select Industry search in Business Source Complete.  Possible searches include:

  • Petroleum Refining
  • Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas
  • Pipelines except Natural Gas

Peer Reviewed/Scholarly Articles in Databases

Finding Articles

Journal articles are important in your research. You should use periodical indexes to identify current journal articles published in the professional and scholarly literature on topics relevant to your research project. These databases can be subject-specific for in-depth research or can be more general in nature.

To find articles related to energy and/or business, search the following databases:

 ** Frequently, information on privately held companies can be obtained by contacting the company directly.

Summon Quick Search for Books

ProQuest Ebook Central

Ebook Central

ProQuest's Ebook Central has over 200,000 academic ebooks from a variety of publishers on a wide range of topics and disciplines.  You may read the ebooks in your browser or check them out and download them for offline reading on your laptop, tablet or phone (iOS or Android).

HINT: To search for an exact title, enclose the title in quotation marks: for example, "Diplomat in Carpet Slippers"

If you need assistance in using the ProQuest ebooks, please consult ProQuest's Ebook Central LibGuide which provides detailed instructions, including tutorials on using the online reader, and how to download ebooks.  You may also contact the McFarlin Library Research Dept.  The librarians will be happy to help!

Acceptable Use of Electronic Resources

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Systematic downloading of the licensed and copyrighted content of McFarlin Library's electronic resources, such as the use of scripted searches, download accelerators or web robots (i.e., "bots") of any kind, is STRICTLY PROHIBITED. You should download only the content you require for your immediate research needs or course assignment. For more information, please see McFarlin Library's Acceptable Use of Electronic Resources.