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  • 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
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    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
  • Other refereed essays

    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
  • Nicht-referierte Aufsätze

    Stepping on the Brakes

    In: European Energy Review 1 (2008), 4, S. 19 | Claudia Kemfert
  • Nicht-referierte Aufsätze

    20-20-20 Competitiveness and Conflicts

    In: Journal of Nordregio 8 (2008), 2, S. 26-27 | Claudia Kemfert
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    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
  • 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
  • Diskussionspapiere 821 / 2008

    Theory of Storage: An Empirical Assessment of the European Natural Gas Market

    We analyze the relation between European natural gas storage facilities and price patterns at major trading points, considering the theory of storage to derive a testable hypothesis imposed by the non-arbitrage condition. To model the efficiency of the natural gas market, we apply two indirect tests absent the scarcity of European inventory data. We find that operators of storage facilities realize ...

    2008| Marcus Stronzik, Margarethe Rammerstorfer, Anne Neumann
  • Diskussionspapiere 822 / 2008

    Linking Natural Gas Markets: Is LNG Doing Its Job?

    The increase in liquefied natural gas trade has accelerated the integration of previously segmented markets in North America, Europe, and Asia. This paper provides evidence on the integration of the transatlantic natural gas market. We test the theoretical proposition that in integrating markets commodity prices should move closer than before. Using 2,059 pairs of daily spot prices for natural gas ...

    2008| Anne Neumann
  • Diskussionspapiere 818 / 2008

    Analysis of the World Market for Steam Coal Using a Complementarity Model

    With its resource availability and the prospect of climate friendly technology, coal continues to play an important role in the global energy sector. We develop a complementarity model of the international market for steam coal. We want to analyze the level of competition in this market which is strategic for the importers' security of energy supply. In a spatial equilibrium framework, we assume the ...

    2008| Clemens Haftendorn, Franziska Holz
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