27th USAEE/IAEE North American Conference - September 16-19, 2007
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS

Concurrent Sessions: 1-7 | 8-14 | 15-21 | 22-28

CONCURRENT SESSIONS 1-7
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2:00 - 3:30pm

1. Oil and Gas Resource Development Outlook (Waterbury - 2nd Floor)

Mine Yucel, Presiding
Vice President & Sr. Economist
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

Canadian Crude Oil Production Potential
Farhood Rahnama
Mathew Wetyk
Energy Resources Conservation Board
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Assessing the Impact of High Resource Prices and Alternative Royalty Regimes on Offshore Gulf of Mexico Oil and Gas Activity
Lee O. Upton III
Principal, Innovation & Information Consultants, Inc.
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Simulation Analysis of the Economics of Offshore Petroleum Lease Development in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico Deepwater Region
Omowumi O. Iledare
Professor & Director, Louisiana State University
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U.S. Policies Toward Offshore Oil & Gas: Access and Government Take
Martin Heinze
Kim F. Coffman
U.S. Minerals Management Service
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Legacy Litigation Regulation and Other Determinants of Interstate Drilling Activity Differentials
Christopher P Peters
Mark J. Kaiser
David E. Dismukes
Louisiana State University
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2. Global Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Market (Bayside A-B - 4th Floor)

Mary Barcella, Presiding
Director of Global Gas
Cambridge Energy Research Assoc

Market Arbitrage: European and North American Natural Gas Prices
Mine Yucel
Stephen P. Brown
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
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U.S. Access to the Global LNG Market
Julie A. Urban
Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin - Marinette
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What are the Potential Implications, of Exchange-based LNG Auctions, for Investments in Liquefaction Capacity?
Obindah Wagbara
Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy
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The Game that Drives the LNG Trains
Ning Lin
Manager, Market Analysis, Shell Energy North America
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Estimating Regional Short-run and Long-run Price Elasticities of Residential Natural Gas Demand in the U.S.
Fred L. Joutz
Robert P. Trost
George Washington University
Bruce McDowell
David Shin
American Gas Association
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3. Energy Modeling in a Carbon-Constrained Economy (Bayside C - 4th Floor)

Peter Hartley, Presiding
Professor & Baker Institute Fellow
Rice University

Electricity Savings in Households with Everyday IT, Report from at Field Experiment
Anders Larsen
Roskilde University
Mikael Togeby
EA-Energy Analysis
Kaj Kibsgaard
Energy South
Soeren Leth–Petersen
University of Copenhagen
Kristian Stiesmark
Zonith
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Japan’s Energy Outlook for 2050 – The Open Source Stochastic Sectoral Energy Modelling
Ryoichi Komiyama
The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ)
Chris Marnay
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL)
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Effects of Governmental Energy Efficiency Activities on Electricity Consumption – An Econometric Analysis
David K. Baumann
Student, LBJ School of Public Affairs, University of Texas, Austin
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Better Houses, Appliances or Vehicles? Evaluating the Cost Effectiveness of U.S. Household Carbon Mitigation Strategies
Ines Azevedo
Elisabeth Gilmore
Constantine Samaras
Carnegie Mellon University
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4. Global Climate Change Policy Discussion (Oak Alley - 4th Floor)

Parviz Adib, Presiding
Director
APX Inc.

Leveling the Global Playing Field: Taxing Energy Use and Carbon Emissions
Scott J.R. McDonald
Oxford Brookes University
Sherman Robinson
University of Sussex
Karen Thierfelder
US Naval Academy
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Policy Analysis of the Energy-related Environmental Pollution in China
Yan Yang
Warwick J. McKibbin
The Australian National University
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Carbon Taxes, Emissions Caps or Something Else? Balancing Price Certainty and Environmental Integrity in Regulatory Approaches to Greenhouse Gas Mitigation
Bryan K. Mignone
Fellow, The Brookings Institution
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5. Transportation Sector: Fuel Demand and Standard (Nottoway - 4th Floor)

Christopher Jablonowski, Presiding
Dept. of Petroleum & Geosystems Eng
The University of Texas at Austin

The Alternative Liquid Transportation Fuels Model
Thomas E. Drennen
Hobart and William Smith Colleges and Sandia National Laboratories
Ryan Williams
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Arnold B. Baker
Sandia National Laboratories
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On Modeling Energy Demand vs Service Demand for Individual Motorized Mobility in Austria
Amela Ajanovic
Reinhard Haas
Vienna University of Technology
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Transition Dynamics for Alternative Fuel Vehicles and Transportation Fuels
Jeroen Struben
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Implementation Strategies to Meet the Low Carbon Fuel Standard in California
Sonia Yeh
Nathan Parker
Nicholas Lutsey
Institute of Transportation Studies, UC Davis
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Global Econometric Demand Functions for Road Gasoline and Diesel
Nasser Aldossary
Carol Dahl
Colorado School of Mines
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6. Restructured Electricity Markets Discussion (Southdown - 4th Floor)

Mario S. Depillis, Presiding
Supervisor, Market Assessment
ISO-NE

The Evolution of a Competitive Electricity Market in Texas
Jay W. Zarnikau
Frontier Associates LLC
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Empirical and Simulation Analysis of the Efficiency of Congestion Management Across Electricity Markets. The Case of PJM Interconnection and Midwest ISO.
Aleksandr Rudkevich
Bruce Tsuchida
Margarita Sapozhnikov
CRA International
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Comparative Price Performance: The Neglected Indicator of the Competitivness of PJM Energy Markets
John Kelly
American Public Power Association
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7. Dennis J. O'Brien USAEE/IAEE Best Student Paper Award Competition
    Supported by: Southern Company
    
(Maurepas 3rd Floor)

Jim Smith, Presiding
Professor
Southern Methodist University

Electricity Investment Behavior in Response to Climate Policy Risk
Janne Kettunen
London Business School
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Shareholder Incentives for Utility-based Energy Efficiency Programs in California
Jiyong Eom
Stanford University
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A Model for the Global Oil Market: Optimal Oil Production Levels for Saudi Arabia
Ayed S. Al-Qahtani
PhD Candidate, Colorado School of Mines
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Valuing Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles' Battery Capacity Using a Real Options Framework
Derek M Lemoine
PhD Student, University of California, Berkeley
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 8-14
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 4:00 - 5:30pm

8. Non-Conventional Fossil Fuel Economics and Risks (Waterbury - 2nd Floor)

Jean-Phillipe Cueille, Presiding
Director of Studies Ctr for Econ & Mgmt
Institut Francais Du Petrole

Shale Gas, Drilling Access Restrictions, and the Future of US LNG Imports
Peter R. Hartley
Kenneth B. Medlock
Rice University
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Developing Alberta's Oil Sands: Who Bears the Risk?
Andre Plourde
Professor, University of Alberta
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Economics, Barriers, and Risks of Oil Shale Development in the United States
Khosrow Biglarbigi
Hitesh Mohan
Peter Crawford
Marshall Carolus
INTEK, Inc.
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9. Future Electric Generation Capacity Expansion (Bayside A-B - 4th Floor)

Einar Hope, Presiding
Professor of Energy Economics
Norwegian School of Econ & Bus Admin

Future of Electricity Generation: If not Coal, then What?
Fereidoon P. Sioshansi
Menlo Energy Economics
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The Value Of Long-Term Contracts In Financing New Generation Capacity
John E. Parsons
MIT Sloan School of Management
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Human Resources Crisis of Future Japanese Nuclear Power Plant
Koichiro Hide
Kazuo Fujita
Taizo Yamaguchi
Shibaura Institure of Technology Graduate School of MOT
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Efficient Capacity Investment and Joint Production Agreements in an Oligopolistic Electricity Market: The HidroAysén Joint Venture Project
Ricardo Raineri
Gonzalo Contreras
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
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10. Global Crude Oil Price, Investment, and Innovation (Bayside C - 4th Floor)

Kim Coffman, Presiding
Program Analyst/Economist
Minerals Management Service

An Analysis of the Historical Lessons Learned with Respect to Impact Parameters on the Oil Price
Reinhard Haas
Christian Redl
Gustav Resch
Hans Auer
Amela Ajanovic
Nebojsa Nakicenovic
Andreas Müller
Thomas Faber
Lukas Kranzl
Vienna University of Technology
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How the Mexican Petroleum Industry Fell Behind in its Innovative and Absorptive Capability and Why New Frontiers Are Not Likely to Be Unveiled for Some Time
Francisco Flores-Macias
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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The Evolving Industrial Organization of Global Oil Markets
Ian R. Nathan
David Knapp
Energy Intelligence Research
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"Peak Oil" and the High Oil Price
Bjorn Brochmann
Point Carbon
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11. CO2 Emission and Future of Carbon Sequestration (Oak Alley - 4th Floor)

Jay Zarnikau, Presiding
President
Frontier Associates

Structural Time Series Model Estimation of UK Household Energy Expenditure and Future CO2 Emissions
Mona Chitnis
Lester C. Hunt
University of Surrey
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Using Saline Aquifers for Combined Power Plant Water Needs and Carbon Sequestration
Peter H. Kobos
Jim L. Krumhansl
Thomas Dewers
David J. Borns
Malynda A. Cappelle
Patrick V. Brady
Sandia National Laboratories
Andrea McNemar
National Energy Technology Laboratory
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Enabling Geologic Storage Of CO2 With Physics-Driven Regulation
Steven L. Bryant
Associate Professor, The University of Texas at Austin
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Economic Incentives for CO2 Sequestration in Oil Reservoirs
Yousef Ghomian
Chevron USA
Urun Mehmet
Christopher Jablonowski
Gary A. Pope
Kamy Sepehrnoori
UT-Austin
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12. Energy Security & Geopolitics of Fossil Fuels (Nottoway - 4th Floor)

Wumi Iledare, Presiding
Professor & Dir Energy Info Div
LSU Center for Energy Studies

Low Grades for Petro-States in the Former Soviet Union
Maureen S. Crandall
Professor of Economics, National Defense Universisty
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Stockpiling to Contain OPEC
Marc Vatter
Pacific University
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Changes in External Oil Trade of China Since the 1990s: An Economic and Geopolitical Analysis
Pui-pui Leung
Student, Hong Kong Baptist University
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How Energy Independence/Security Is Impacted By GHG Regulation and Increased Oil Prices
Stephen A. Keehn
Robert Lane
Thomas Brill
Sempra Energy
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Risk Aversion and OPEC: An Alternative Model for OPEC
Douglas B. Reynolds
Professor, University of Alaska Fairbanks
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13. Generation and Transmission Investment Under Uncertainty (Southdown - 4th Floor)

Jonathan Story, Presiding
Market Intelligence Advisor
Chevron USA, Inc.

Resource Planning Under Technology, Market, and Regulatory Uncertainty: Practical Approaches to Valuing Flexibility
William J. Kemp
Natalie Rolph
Black & Veatch
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Generation Capacity Expansion Under Long-Term Uncertainties in the US Electric Market
Alexandre Klein
Sabine Goutier
Julian Bouchard
EDF
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Team #1 - Case Competition
Jonathan Cook
Geoff Morrison
Gabriel Lade
Jeff Kessler
University of California, Davis
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14. Clean Coal Technologies (Maurepas 3rd Floor)

Carol Dahl, Presiding
Professor of Econ & Director CSM/IFP
Colorado School of Mines

Endogenous Modeling Approaches for a Long-Term Coal Model
Sebastien Lepaul
Research Engineer, Electricité de France
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Carbon Management of a Coal-To-Liquid Plant and its Implication for China
Hui Su
Jerald J Fletcher
West Virginia University
Huang Haixiao
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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Enhanced Energy Security with Major GHG Emission Reductions: Coal/Biomass to Liquids
Thomas J. Tarka
Kenneth Kern
John Wimer
Jeffrey Hoffmann
Balash C. Peter
Maria Vargas
US DOE/NETL
Charles White
David Gray
Noblis
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Improving the Economic Viability of IGCC Power Plants Using Syngas Storage and Fuel-Switching
Stratford M. Douglas
West Virginia University
Leslie M. Dunn
Washington & Jefferson College
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 15-21
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 8:30 - 10:00am

15. Economics of Biofuels Development (Waterbury - 2nd Floor)

David Ryan, Presiding
Professor
University of Alberta

A Simple Framework for Regulation of Biofuels
Deepak Rajagopal
David Zilberman
Gal Hochman
University of California, Berkeley
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Ethanol: Remaining Challenges of the Recent Brazilian Experience
Virginia Parente
José Roberto Moreira
Energy Program at The University of Sao Paulo
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Technical and Economic Potentials of Renewable Energy Development in Thailand
Watchara Permchart
Dept. of Agricultural Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
Somporn Tanatvanit
Dept. of Environmental Science, Faculty of Science
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16. LNG Shipping, Import Terminal, and Developing Issues (Bayside A-B - 4th Floor)

Doug Reynolds, Presiding
Oil and Energy Economist
University of Alaska Fairbanks

Liquefied Natural Gas Terminal and Electricity Market in Singapore
Youngho Chang
Nanyang Technological University
Benjamin Tang
Energy Studies Institute, NUS
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LNG: Towards a Global Natural Gas Market. The Mexican Experience
Gerardo G. Bazan
Advisor, General Director Office, Petroleos Mexicanos
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LNG Shipping: A Descriptive Analysis
Susanna Dorigoni
Luigi Mazzei
Federico Pontoni
Antonio Sileo
IEFE - Università Bocconi
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Prospect for Development of the Russian LNG Market
Julia M. Korosteleva
Chief Expert International Business Department, Gazprom
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Infrastructural and Supply Security Implications of an LNG Import Terminal Ban for the Complete US West Coast up to 2030.
Ruud Egging
University of Maryland
Daniel Huppman
DIW Berlin
Franziska Holz
TU Dresden & DIW Berlin
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17. Electricity Market and Energy System Modeling (Bayside C - 4th Floor)

Georg Erdmann, Presiding
Professor
Berlin University of Technology

Technology Transfer of Innovative Distributed Energy Systems from Developed to Developing Countries: An Energy System Model
Camilo H. Araya
Toshihiko Nakata
Tohoku University
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A New Approach for Modeling the Electricity Spot Markets
Ozgur Inal
Ph.D Student, Rice University
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Estimating Cost Function Using Observed Bid Data in Wholesale Electricity Italian Market
Carlo A. Bollino
Paolo Polinori
University of Perugia
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Projecting the Deployement of Coal-and-Biomass-to-Liquids Technology Using MARKAL
Chris J. Nichols
National Energy Technology Laboratory
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An Integrated Simulation/Optimization Approach to the Modeling and Analysis of the Decentralized Turkish Electricity Market
Kemal Sarica
Gürkan Kumbaroglu
Ilhan Or
Bogaziçi University
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18. Impact of Environmental Regulation on Demand for Electricity (Oak Alley - 4th Floor)

Stephanie Battles, Presiding
Division Director
Energy Information Administration

Optimal Electric Power Transmission Planning Taking Environmental Constrains into Account
Antonis D. Papaemmanouil
Göran Andersson
Power Systems Laboratory, ETH Zurich
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How Environmental Policies Affect Liberalized Electricity Market: A Case Study of Japan
Kan Sichao
Yamaji Kenji
Yamamoto Hiromi
The University of Tokyo
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The Potential Impact of Plug-In Hybrids on the Electricity Market in Illinois
Audun Botterud
Guenter Conzelmann
Linda L. Gaines
Argonne National Laboratory
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A Ban on Incandescent Lamps? An Analysis of the Proposed NRCAN Standard
Michael J Gestwick
Edward Cubi
Ganesh Doluweera
Somayeh Goodarzi
University of Calgary
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19. Wind Power as a Utility Level Source of Energy (Nottoway - 4th Floor)

Mina Dioun, Presiding
Competitive Market Analysis Manager
Lower Colorado River Authority

Renewable Energy: A Utility Perspective
Thomas MacLean
Manager, Customer Renewable Energy Programs, Puget Sound Energy
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Analysis of Expanded Allowable Capacity of Wind Power in Power Grid by Charge Control for Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles
Masaaki Takagi
Kenji Yamaji
Hiromi Yamamoto
University of Tokyo
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Hybrid Power System Development : A Fresh Look at Existing Solutions for Isolated Systems
David Surla
Economist, EDF - CIH
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Wind Power is Coming: What is its Value to Electricity Dispatchers?
Mark B. Lively
Utility Economic Engineer, Utility Economic Engineers
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20. Alternative Energy Resources: Solar and Hydrogen (Grand Couteau Room - 5th Floor)

Harold "Skip" York, Presiding
Principal
CRA International

How Viable is the Hydrogen Economy: The Case of Iceland
Mamdouh G. Salameh
International Oil Economist / World Bank Consultant, Oil Market Consultancy Service - UK / World Bank, Washington DC
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Two Years of Renewable Standing Offer in Ontario: Any Surprises?
Mitchell P. Rothman
Managing Consultant, PowerAdvisory LLC
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Underground Storage of Hydrogen: Assessing Geostorage Options with a Life Cycle Based Systems Approach
Anna S. Lord
Dave J. Borns
Peter H. Kobos
Sandia National Laboratories
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21. Economics of Energy Efficiency and Low Carbon Fuel Standard (Maurepas 3rd Floor)

Gail Mosey, Presiding
Senior Energy Market & Policy Analyst
NREL

The Economics of a Low Carbon Fuel Standard
Michael E. Canes
Senior Research Fellow, LMI
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Residential Energy Efficiency Opportunities in New England: Economic and Environmental Benefits of Improved Insulation
Ross Gittell
Matthew Magnusson
University of New Hampshire
Gary Kleiman
Jason Rudokas
Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management
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Measuring Willingness to Pay for Emissions Reduction under Uncertainty: Application of the Choice Modeling Method
Galina A. Ivanova
Central Queensland University
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 22-28
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2:00 - 3:30pm

22. Empirical Analysis of Different Electric Generation Technologies (Waterbury - 2nd Floor)

Ingmar Sterzing, Presiding
Manager Fuels
Lower Colorado River Authority

The Relationship Between Base-Load Generation, Start-up Costs and Generation Cycling
Niamh M. Troy
Mark J. O'Malley
Eleanor C. Denny
University College Dublin
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Application of Large Scale Computation to Optimal Investment Hedging in Energy Technologies
Donald A. Hanson
Energy Economist, Argonne National Laboratory
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Hystorical Performance of Combined Cycle Generation In the U.S.
Margarita Sapozhnikov
Alex Rudkevich
Bruce Tsuchida
John Goldis
Jim McMahon
Richard Tabors
CRA International
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23. Energy Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emission (Bayside A-B - 4th Floor)

Seth Blumsack, Presiding
Assistant Professor
Penn State University

Land Use and Environmental Impacts of Corn Grain versus Cellulosic Ethanol: a GIS Approach
Silvia Secchi
Southern Illinois University
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Energy Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trends in Mexico
Claudia Sheinbaum
Instituto de Ingenieria, UNAM
Guillermo Robles

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Economic Analysis of the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme and Composite Materials for Jet Engine Manufacturers
Mark M. Laubie
Robert Brecha
Kevin Hallinan
University of Dayton
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24. Climate Uncertainty & Hedging Energy Investment (Bayside C - 4th Floor)

Peter Nance, Presiding
Senior Principal
Teknecon Energy Risk Advisors LLC

Comparison of Carbon Taxes vs. Cap-and-Trade Policies Under Uncertainty
Gilbert E. Metcalf
Tufts University
Jennifer Morris
MIT
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Fuels and Electricity Sector Representation for Understanding Climate Uncertainties: Application of the MARS Model
Deena Patel
Energy Analyst, Argonne National Laboratory
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Sensitivity of the Agriculture and Forest Sectors to Climate Change Policies and Adaptation
John Zhu
Argonne National Laboratory
Bruce McCarl
Texas A&M University
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Carbon Risk and the Expected Carbon Payment
Merrill J. Barradale
PhD Candidate, University of California at Berkeley
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25. Electricity Market Analysis (Oak Alley - 4th Floor)

Lars Bergman, Presiding
President
Stockholm School of Economics

Deconstructing the Rosenfeld Curve: Understanding California's Low Per Capita Electricity Consumption
Anant Sudarshan
James L. Sweeney
Stanford University
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A Comparison of Natural Gas and Electricity Consumption in the Residential Sector
Mark A. Rebman
BC Hydro
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Toward More Complete Electricity Markets
Zhiyong Wu
Marija Ilic
Carnegie Mellon University
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U.S. Delivered Electric Energy Intensity: Are 20-Year Trends Sustainable?
Vanessa J. Schweizer
Department of Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University
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Sustainable Indicators for Electricity Industry in the North of Mexico
Patricia Navarro-Alvarado
University of Sonora, Mexico
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26. Energy Demand and Supply Modeling (Nottoway - 4th Floor)

Andrea Bollino, Presiding
Chairman
GSE SpA

The Rebound Effect: An Analysis of the Empirical Data for Lighting
Jeffrey Y. Tsao
Sandia National Laboratories
Harry D. Saunders
Decision Processes Incorporated
Paul Waide
International Energy Agency
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Alternatives for Representing Future Fuel Production Technologies in Energy Forecasts
John J. Marano
JM Energy Consulting, Inc.
William Brown
U.S. DOE
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Canada's Energy Future: Focus on Canadian Natural Gas Demand
Smolak Tara
Market Analyst, National Energy Board
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Clean Fuels for the World Refining Industry: Impacts on the Market Price Behaviour
Frederic T. Lantz
Emilie Bertout
IFP
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27. Energy Investment and Risk (Grand Couteau Room - 5th Floor)

Greg Adams, Presiding
Project Manager
Pace Global Energy Services

Net Investments and Price Change Effects on Income Arising from Norwegian Petroleum Sector
Taoyuan Wei
University of Oslo
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An Empirical Analysis of Diffusion of Household Gas-cogeneration Systems and the Role of Inter-energy Competition in Japan
Toru Hattori
Research Economist, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry
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Volatility Interactions between Financial and Crude Oil Markets
Thomas K. Lee
School of Business
John Zyren
Energy Information Administraton, U.S. DOE
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28. Impact of Energy and Environmental Policy on Economy (Maurepas 3rd Floor)

Milton Holloway, Presiding
President
Resource Economics Inc.

Resource Booms and the Poor
Graham A. Davis
Arturo Vasquez Cordano
Colorado School of Mines
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Regional Energy Demand: An Analysis of Substitution Possibilities for China
Hengyun Ma
Les Oxley
University of Canterbury
John Gibson
University of Waikato
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Energy Consumption and Output: Time Series Evidence from non-OECD Asian Countries
Shuddhasattwa Rafiq
Curtin University of Technology
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Economic Impact in New Hampshire of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative
Ross Gittell
Matthew Magnusson
University of New Hampshire
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