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    A Strategic Model of European Gas Supply (GASMOD)

    This paper presents a model of the European natural gas supply, GASMOD, which is structured as a two-stage-game of successive natural gas exports to Europe (upstream market) and wholesale trade within Europe (downstream market) and which explicitly includes infrastructure capacities. We compare three possible market scenarios: Cournot competition in both markets, perfect competition in both markets, ...

    In: Energy Economics 30 (2008), 3, S. 766-788 | Franziska Holz, Christian von Hirschhausen, Claudia Kemfert
  • Weekly Report 1 / 2008

    Russia: Inadequate Priority Given to Energy Efficiency and Climate Protection

    Russian energy production has increased substantially in recent years, with production of natural gas now actually exceeding the levels reached in the early 1990s. The growth in energy production has gone hand in hand with a rise in Russian energy exports. The European Union is an extremely important sales area for Russia. Vice versa, energy deliveries from Russia account for a very sizable share of ...

    2008| Hella Engerer, Claudia Kemfert
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    A Complementarity Model for the European Natural Gas Market

    In this paper, we present a detailed and comprehensive complementarity model for computing market equilibrium values in the European natural gas system. Market players include producers and their marketing arms which we call "traders", pipeline and storage operators, marketers, LNG liquefiers, regasifiers, tankers, and three end-use consumption sectors. The economic behavior of producers, traders, ...

    In: Energy Policy 36 (2008), 7, S. 2385-2414 | Ruud Egging, Steven A. Gabriel, Franziska Holz, Jifang Zhuang
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    Carbon Capture and Storage: Settling the German Coal vs. Climate Change Dispute?

    In: International Journal of Environmental Technology and Management 9 (2008), 2/3, S. 176-202 | Corinna Fischer, Barbara Praetorius
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    Stepping on the Brakes

    In: European Energy Review 1 (2008), 4, S. 19 | Claudia Kemfert
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    20-20-20 Competitiveness and Conflicts

    In: Journal of Nordregio 8 (2008), 2, S. 26-27 | Claudia Kemfert
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    Economic Impacts of Climate Change: Financial Implications

    In: Global Investments for Climate and Energy Security
    Potsdam : European Climate Forum
    S. 21-23
    ECF Background Paper ; 1
    | Claudia Kemfert
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    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
  • Weekly Report 3 / 2007

    Comprehensive Package of Climate Protection Measures Could Substantially Decrease Cost of Emission Reductions in Germany

    Seeking to play a pioneering role in climate protection, the European Union has decided to pursue a reduction of at least 20% in greenhouse-gas emissions (on 1990 levels) by the year 2020. Moreover, Europe has declared its willingness to commit itself to emission reductions of 30% over the same period if other developed countries commit themselves to similar targets and if developing countries also ...

    2007| Claudia Kemfert, Thure Traber, Truong P. Truong
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    Impact Assessment of Emissions Stabilization Scenarios with and without Induced Technological Change

    The main aim of this paper is to investigate quantitatively the economic impacts of emissions stabilization scenarios with and without the inclusion of induced technological change (ITC). Improved technological innovations are triggered by increased research and development (R&D) expenditures that advance energy efficiencies. Model results show that ITCs due to increased investment in R&D reduce compliance ...

    In: Energy Policy 35 (2007), 11, S. 5337-5345 | Claudia Kemfert, Truong P. Truong
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