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  • Diskussionspapiere 959 / 2009

    The World Gas Model: A Multi-Period Mixed Complementarity Model for the Global Natural Gas Market

    We provide the description and illustrative results of the World Gas Model, a multi-period complementarity model for the global natural gas market. Market players include producers, traders, pipeline and storage operators, LNG liquefiers and regasifiers as well as marketers. The model data set contains more than 80 countries and regions and covers 98% of world wide natural gas production and consumption. ...

    2009| Ruud Egging, Franziska Holz, Steven A. Gabriel
  • Diskussionspapiere 956 / 2009

    The Globalization of Steam Coal Markets and the Role of Logistics: An Empirical Analysis

    In this paper, we provide a comprehensive multivariate cointegration analysis of three parts of the steam coal value chain - export, transport and import prices. The analysis is based on a rich dataset of international coal prices; in particular, we combine data on steam coal prices with freight rates, covering the period December 2001 until August 2009 at weekly frequency. We then test whether the ...

    2009| Aleksandar Zaklan, Astrid Cullmann, Anne Neumann, Christian von Hirschhausen
  • Diskussionspapiere 854 / 2009

    Corporate Espionage

    We consider a multimarket framework where a set of firms compete on two interrelated oligopolistic markets. Prior to competing in these markets, firms can spy on others in order to increase the quality of their product. We characterize the equilibrium espionage networks and networks that maximize social welfare under the most interesting scenario of diseconomies of scope. We find that in some situations ...

    2009| Pascal Billand, Christophe Bravard, Subhadip Chakrabarti, Sudipta Sarangi
  • Nicht-referierte Aufsätze

    Where Economics and the Environment Intersect

    In: Commerce Germany 7 (2009), 1, S. 3 | Claudia Kemfert
  • Weekly Report 12 / 2009

    Baltic Sea Pipeline: The Profits Will Be Distributed Differently

    In late 2005, the German energy companies E.ON and Wintershall and Russian Gazprom reached an agreement to build a new huge pipeline Nord Stream through the Baltic Sea. This pipeline will provide Russia for the first time ever with the direct access to its Western European customers. This pipeline will contribute to the security of the Western Europe's energy supply through creating an alternative ...

    2009| Franz Hubert, Irina Suleymanova
  • Weekly Report 18 / 2009

    The European Natural Gas Market: Imports to Rise Considerably

    Since the late 1990s, natural gas has been the second most important source of energy in the European Union after oil. Current forecasts predict that the demand for natural gas will continue to rise over the long term. As the production of natural gas in the EU has already passed its peak and will drop in coming years, natural gas imports will have to rise considerably. To ensure according supplies ...

    2009| Hella Engerer, Manfred Horn
  • Weekly Report 22 / 2009

    World Crude Oil Markets: OPEC's Supplier Power Remains Unchallenged

    In spite of the sharp decline of crude oil prices since the fall of 2008, the current price level of approximately $65 per barrel is significantly higher than the long-term average. The market power of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), which is partially responsible for this price level, remains strong. While market prices for commodities such as coal are typically reflecting ...

    2009| Christian von Hirschhausen, Franziska Holz, Daniel Huppmann, Claudia Kemfert
  • Weekly Report 20 / 2009

    Global Demand for Environmental Goods and Services on the Rise: Good Growth Opportunities for German Suppliers

    According to conservative calculations, over $580 billion was spent worldwide on environmental goods and services and renewable energy technologies1 in 2004. So-called "green spending" is set for strong growth in the future on account of the long-term expansion of the global economy and mounting environmental challenges. Significant opportunities for growth and employment in Germany are also offered ...

    2009| Jürgen Blazejczak, Frauke G. Braun, Dietmar Edler
  • Weekly Report 23 / 2009

    CO2 Based Taxation on Cars Is Rising in Europe

    In recent years, CO2 emissions have become the leading basis of assessment for car taxes in most European countries. In July 2009, with a view to pursuing climate policy goals, also Germany began using this factor to assess taxation on cars. The DIW Berlin has carried out a systematic and quantitative comparison of car taxation in Europe.1 The results reveal high tax rates in over ten countries that ...

    2009| Dominika Kalinowska, Kerim Keser, Uwe Kunert
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    The Prospects for Liquefied Natural Gas Development in the US

    The objective of our paper is to analyze the prospects for LNG development in the US. In particular, we discuss LNG investment projects with respect to natural gas supply and demand, existing transmission infrastructure, and competing pipeline projects. At the same time potential competition between natural gas and coal in power generation is taken into account. We conclude that in the mid-term, LNG ...

    In: Energy Policy 36 (2008), 8, S. 3160-3168 | Sophia Rüster, Anne Neumann
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