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Expanding the World’s Natural Gas Pipeline Networks: Economics and Geopolitics

Tatiana Mitrova, SKOLKOVA Business School Expanding the World's Natural Gas Pipeline Networks: Economics and Geopolitics

Drivers and Hurdles for Gas Market Integration in Europe: Evidence from the Belgium-Luxembourg Pilot Market Merger Project

Mr Chris  Cuijpers, Commission for Electricity and Gas Regulation (CREG), Belgium Mr Andreas Tirez, Commission for Electricity and Gas Regulation (CREG), ...

Studying Boom-Bust Cycles in Natural Gas Production Assets Investments

Mr Joël  Enderlin, Center of Expertise in Economic  and Modelling Studies, ENGIE Strategy Division, France During the past decade, the global gas market ...

How Can the North Sea Oil and Gas Industry be Revived?

Prof Alex  Kemp, Univerity of Aberdeen, United Kingdom Ms Linda Stephen, Univerity of Aberdeen, United Kingdom The collapse in oil prices has resulted ...

Call for Energy Governance in EU-Russia Gas Relations: Legal Solution to a Geopolitical Problem?

Natasha A. Georgiou, University of Reading The EU-Russia energy partnership is a highly strategic relationship that has profound implications for the intern...

Geo-economic Conflict between Russia and the EU over the Gas Market Regime

Mr Nikita  Odintsov, Charles University in Prague - Faculty of Social Sciences, Czech Republic Overview of Issue It has become commonplace to say that the g...

Energy Barometer 2016

Deane Somerville, Knowledge Team Manager, Energy Institute The 2016 Energy Barometer Report captures insights from UK energy professionals and enables them to ...

An Investigation into the Gas Trades across the Interconnector Pipeline between the UK and Belgium: Do Gas Flows Follow Price Spreads?

Mr Chris Cuijpers, CREG Andreas Tirez, CREG   This paper examines the gas flow efficiency in the only bi-directional gas pipeline between the UK and con...

North Sea Oil and Gas at a Crossroads: How Can Policy Help?

Professor Alex Kemp and Linda Stephen University of Aberdeen   Overview of Issue   Activity in the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS) is currently at a ...

Modeling Shocks in the Upstream Sector of the Oil and Gas Industry

Mr Gerhard Toews, University of Oxford More than 80 years ago Hoteling (1931) provided the economic profession with a way to think about the optimal extracti...

Business model for future electricity distribution networks

Mr Rahmatallah Poudineh, Durham University Tooraj Jamasb, Durham University Electricity Distribution networks are traditionally designed to operate as passive...

Russian Gas in Asia – A Key Indicator of Russia’s future role in the Global Gas Market

Dr James Henderson (OIES) Russia, and in particular Gazprom, is facing challenges across all the markets for its gas. In Europe, slowing demand after the econo...
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