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Natural Gas: An Overview of a Lower-Carbon Transformation Fuel

This article provides an overview of the natural gas industry, which we view as a bridge fuel toward a lower-carbon energy system in many countries and regions around the world. Based on a review of the literature, an econometric analysis of natural gas prices and contracts, and the authors’ experience with the natural gas industry, this introductory article to the symposium on the Prospects for Natural ...

In: Review of Environmental Economics and Policy 9 (2015), Iss. 1, 64-84 | Anne Neumann, Christian von Hirschhausen
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All Quiet on the Eastern Front? Disruption Scenarios of Russian Natural Gas Supply to Europe

The 2014 Russian–Ukrainian crisis reignited European concerns about natural gas supply security recalling the experiences of 2006 and 2009. However, the European supply situation, regulation and infrastructure have changed, with better diversified import sources, EU member states being better connected and a common regulation on the security of supply has been introduced. Nevertheless, European dependency ...

In: Energy Policy 80 (2015), S. 177-189 | Philipp M. Richter, Franziska Holz
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Modeling a Carbon Capture, Transport, and Storage Infrastructure for Europe

In this paper, we develop a model to analyze the economics of carbon capture, transport, and storage (CCTS) in the wake of expected rising CO2 prices. We present a scalable mixed integer, multiperiod, welfare-optimizing network model for Europe, called CCTS-Mod. The model incorporates endogenous decisions on carbon capture, pipeline and storage investments, as well as capture, flow and injection quantities ...

In: Environmental Modeling and Assessment 19 (2014), 6, S. 515-531 | Pao-Yu Oei, Johannes Herold, Roman Mendelevitch
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Trade and the Environment: The Role of Firm Heterogeneity

In this paper, we derive a new effect of trade liberalization on the quality of the environment. We show that in the presence of heterogeneous firms, the aggregate volume of emissions is influenced by a reallocation effect resulting from an increase in the relative size of more productive firms. The relative importance of this reallocation effect and the scale effect well-known from the literature ...

In: Review of International Economics 22 (2014), 2, S. 209-225 | Udo Kreickemeier, Philipp M. Richter
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Market Power, Fuel Substitution and Infrastructure: A Large-Scale Equilibrium Model of Global Energy Markets

Assessing and quantifying the impacts of technological, economic, and policy shifts in the global energy system require large-scale numerical models. We propose a dynamic multi-fuel market equilibrium model that combines endogenous fuel substitution within demand sectors and in power generation, detailed infrastructure capacity constraints and investment, as well as strategic behaviour and market power ...

In: Energy 75 (2014), S. 483-500 | Daniel Huppmann, Ruud Egging
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The Role of CO2-EOR for the Development of a CCTS Infrastructure in the North Sea Region: A Techno-Economic Model and Applications

Scenarios of future energy systems attribute an important role to Carbon Capture, Transport, and Storage (CCTS) in achieving emission reductions. Using captured CO2for enhanced oil recovery (CO2-EOR) can improve the economics of the technology. This paper examines the potential for CO2-EOR in the North Sea region. UK oil fieldsare found to account for 47% of the estimated total additional recovery ...

In: International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 20 (2014), S. 132-159 | Roman Mendelevitch
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Endogenous Production Capacity Investment in Natural Gas Market Equilibrium Models

The large-scale natural gas equilibrium model applied in Egging, 2013 combines long-term market equilibria and investments in infrastructure while accounting for market power by certain suppliers. Such models are widely used to simulate market outcomes given different scenarios of demand and supply development, environmental regulations and investment options in natural gas and other resource markets.. ...

In: European Journal of Operational Research 231 (2013), 2, S. 503-506 | Daniel Huppmann
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A Note on Allowing Negative Energy Prices in a Discretely Constrained MPEC

In: Energy Economics 40 (2013), S. 1023-1025 | Daniel Huppmann, Steven A. Gabriel, Florian U. Leuthold
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Crude Oil Market Power: A Shift in Recent Years?

We investigate the exertion of market power in the global crude oil market over the past years. Recognizing the difficulty of identifying market power in the crude oil market by empirical studies, we propose a numerical partial equilibrium model formulated as a mixed complementarity problem. Our approach allows for strategic behavior in a Nash-Cournot market, a Stackelberg leader-follower game, an ...

In: The Energy Journal 33 (2012), 4, S. 1-22 | Daniel Huppmann, Franziska Holz
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The End of Cheap Coal? A Techno-Economic Analysis until 2030 Using the COALMOD-World Model

Questions about the future availability of inexpensive coal supplies are rising. In this paper a numerical model is developed to investigate the evolution of the international market for steam coal used for electricity generation. The "COALMOD-World" model is an equilibrium model that computes future trade flows, infrastructure investments and prices until 2030. The model includes the major domestic ...

In: Fuel 102 (2012), S. 305-325 | Clemens Haftendorn, Franziska Holz, Christian von Hirschhausen
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