32nd IAEE International Conference
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS

Concurrent Sessions: 1-8 | 9-17 | 18-25 | 26-34 | 35-43 | 44-52

CONCURRENT SESSIONS 1-8
MONDAY, JUNE 22, 11:00 - 12:30pm

1. Crude Oil Price Dynamics (Ballroom East - Ballroom Level)

Georg Erdmann, Presiding
Professor
Berlin University of Technology

Modelling Daily Oil Price Data Using Auto-regressive Jump Intensity GARCH Models
Marc Gronwald
Postdoctoral Researcher, ifo Institute for Economic Research
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Oil Price Spikes and Crashes – How Does Recent History Fit with Some Popular Modeling Approaches?
Christoph Weber
Prof., Chair for Management Sciences and Energy Economics, University Duisburg-Essen
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Impact Parameters on the Volatility of the World Oil Price
Reinhard Haas
Lukas Kranzl
Hans Auer
Lukas Weissensteiner
Andreas Muller
Gustav Resch
Christian Redl
Amela Ajanovic
Vienna University of Technology
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2. Electricity Pricing and Cost Discovery (Dolores Room - Ballroom Level)

Peter Hartley, Presiding
Professor & Baker Institute Fellow
Rice University

Applications of Information Policy Principles from Auction Theory in the Deregulated Electricity Market
Julia Frayer
Matthew Wittenstein
London Economics
Zvika Neeman
Boston University
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Price Forecasting and Unit Commitment in Electricity Markets
Julian Bouchard
EDF R&D
Prakash R Thimmapuram
Audun Botterud
Argonne National Laboratory
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Estimating Cost Function Using Observed Bid Data In Wholesale Electricity Italian Market
Carlo Andrea Bollino
Paolo Polinori
Università degli Studi di Perugia
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Lacking Balancing Market Harmonisation in Europe: Room for Trader Profits at the Expense of Economic Efficiency?
Leen Vandezande
Ronnie Belmans
Leonardo Meeus
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Marcelo Saguan
Jean-Michel Glachant
Paris XI - Groupe Réseaux Jean Monnet
Vincent Rious
Supélec
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3. Economics of Wind Energy (Butron Room - Theatre Level)

Michael E. Canes, Presiding
Senior Research Fellow
Logistics Management Institute

The Effect of Missing Data on Wind Resource Estimation
Aidan Coville
University of Oxford
Klaus-Ole Vogstad
Agder Energi
Afzal S Siddiqui
University College London
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Wind Power Variability, Wind Power Forecasting Errors, and the Cost of Balancing Power: Evidence from the EON Transmission System in Central Germany
Kevin F Forbes
Ernest M Zampelli
Catholic University of America
Marco Stampini
African Development Bank
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Wind Power Forecasting and Electricity Market Operations
Audun Botterud
Wang Wang
Argonne National Laboratory
Vladimiro Miranda
Cláudio Monteiro
INESC Porto LA
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4. Climate Change and Economics (Conference Theatre Room - Theatre Level)

Stephen Brown, Presiding
Nonresident Fellow
Resources for the Future

Single-Stage Regulation of Global Pollutants From Multi-Stage Production: Policies Based on Lifecycle Emissions
Deepak Rajagopal
Energy and Resources Group, UC Berkeley
David Zilberman
Gal Hochman
Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, UC Berkeley
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Effects of Allowances Allocation Schemes on the Emissions Leakage and Contract Shuffling
Andrew L Liu
Johns Hopkins University
Chen Yihsu
University of California, Merced
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Ramsey Pricing and Allocation of GHG Emissions from Oil Refining: Use or Abuse of Economic Theory?
Alireza Tehrani Nejad M
TOTAL
Lorna A Greening
Consultant
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How Much Greener is Really Green? - Carbon Taxation Design and Resource Extraction
Markus Zimmer
Darko Jus
University of Munich
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5. Energy Trading and Commodity Markets (San Miguel Room - Theatre Level)

Wumi Iledare, Presiding
Professor & Director
LSU Center for Energy Studies

The Evolution of Traders and Activities in the NYMEX Energy Futures Complex
Ronald D Ripple
Professor of Mineral Economics, Curtin University of Technology
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Collateral at Risk: A Practical Approach for Energy Trading Organizations to Estimate Potential Future Collateral Requirements
Jay Lindgren
Charles A Breeden
PA Consulting Group
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Is the Asset Light Model of Electricity Retailers Sustainable?
Raphaël Homayoun Boroumand
EHESS PARIS & GIS LARSEN
Georg Zachmann
GIS LARSEN
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Diversifying To Energy and Other Commodity Assets
Sharon X Lin
Cass Business School, City University, London
LeiLei Tang
University of Strathclyde
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6. Modeling Energy Demand in Transport (Potrero Room - Theatre Level)

Reinhard Haas, Presiding
Professor
Vienna Univ of Technology

Analysis of Tendencies and Structural Breaks on the Car Market and Their Consequences on Energy Consumption and CO2 Emissions: An Empirical Analysis for France
Elodie Sentenac-Chemin
IFP - IUP
Frédéric Lantz
IFP School
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Troubling Trends in Energetic and Ecological Indicators in Passenger Transport in Selected OECD Countries
Amela Ajanovic
Reinhard Haas
Vienna University of Technology
Lee Schipper
Precourt Institute for Energy, Stanford University and Global Metropolitan Studies, UC Berkeley
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Is Global Gasoline Demand Still as Responsive to Price?
Nasser Al-Dossary
Saudi Aramco
Carol A Dahl
Colorado School of Mines
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International Energy Transport Policies: Do They Matter?
Carol A Dahl
Colorado School of Mines
Mark Rodekohr
U.S. DOE
Barry Kapilow-Cohen
John Maples
U.S. EIA
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7. Global Role of Russian Energy Supply (San Francisco B Room - Theatre Level)

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

Who is Bypassing Whom? Russian, European and Caspian Gas and Oil
Maureen S Crandall
Professor of Economics, National Defense University
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Energy Strategies in North-East Asia: ESPO- and Altay-Pipelines
Vladislav V Savin
Tatiana A Mitrova
ERIRAS
Alexander A Zaitsev
ERIRAS & MSU, Department of Economics
Vladimir N Sidorenko
MSU, Department of Economics
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Russian Gas to Europe: Policy Driving Supply Concerns
Yuli Grigoryev
CEPMLP, University of Dundee
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The History and Politics of Russia’s Relations with OPEC: Economic and Geopolitical Plausibility of a Gas OPEC
Amy Jaffe
Kenneth B Medlock, III
Ronald Soligo
James A Baker III Institute for Public Policy, Rice University
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8. Renewable Energy Economics and Policy (San Francisco C Room - Theatre Level)

Pierre-Oliver Pineau, Presiding
Associate Professor
HEC Montreal

Subsidizing Biomass Combustion in a Co-Firing Fossil Fuel Plant - The Effects on State Level Electricity Production and CO2 Emissions
Jussi Lintunen
Hanna-Liisa Kangas
Finnish Forest Research Institute
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Renewable Energy Supply for Electric Vehicle Operations in California
Anthony Papavasiliou
Shmuel Oren
Ikhlaq Sidhu
Phil Kaminsky
UC Berkeley
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Disaggregating Cost Components of the Supply Function of Wind Power and Welfare Effects for Different Allocation Mechanisms
Lukas Weissensteiner
Hans Auer
Energy Economics Group, Vienna University of Technology
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Impact of Aggregated Wind Output on Baseload Wind/Storage Integration Costs
Samir Succar
Energy Analyst, NRDC
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 9-17
MONDAY, JUNE 22, 5:00 - 6:30pm

9. Issues in Global LNG Markets (Farallon Room - Ballroom Level)

Anas Alhajji, Presiding
Chief Economist
NGP Energy Capital Management

The Cloudy Future of U.S. LNG Imports
Robert E Borgstrom
Independent Consultant
David A Foti
Head of Commodity Operations
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Decisions Between Risk and Uncertainty – Experiences From Major LNG Projects
John Holding
OKLNG Free Zone Enterprise, Nigeria
Dieter Beike
Independent Consultant
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Cooperation Among Liquefied Natural Gas Suppliers: Is Rationalization the Sole Objective?
Olivier Massol
Nadine Bret-Rouzaut
Stephane Tchung-Ming
IFP School
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Relational Contracting in the LNG Industry - An Empirical Analysis
Sophia Ruester
Dresden University of Technology
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Strategic Model of LNG Arbitrage: Analysis of LNG Trade in Atlantic Basin
Svetlana Ikonnikova
Dmitry Volkov
Gürcan Gülen
Michelle Foss
Center for Energy Economics, University of Texas, Austin
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10. Comparative Analysis of Electricity Market Reforms (Dolores Room - Ballroom Level)

Jean-Michel Glachant, Presiding
Director Florence School of Reg
European Univ. Inst. in Florence

Productivity Gains from Electricity Reform In Australia: A Dynamic Assessment
Reza Fathollahzadeh
Assistant Professor, King Fahad University of Petroleum & Minerals
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The Rapid Evolution of the French Electricity Market from 2001 to 2008
Margaret Armstrong
Alain G Galli
Cerna, Mines-Paristech
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An Integrated Simulation/Optimization Approach to the Modeling and Analysis of the Decentralized Turkish Market
Kemal Sarica
Gürkan Kumbaroglu
Ilhan Or
Bogaziçi University
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11. Renewable Energy: Implications for Network Design and Pricing (Butron Room - Theatre Level)

Paul Wood, Presiding
Business Devel. Manager - Energy
Dubai Multi Commodities Centre

Network Design Optimization of Novel Fuel Cell Systems and Distributed Energy Devices
Whitney G Colella
Sandia National Laboratories
Melahn L Parker
Stanford University
Aerel Rankin
University of Washington
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The Price of Policy Risk - Empirical Insights from Choice Experiments with European Solar Energy Project Developers
Sonja Lüthi
IWÖ-HSG
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The Installed Cost of Photovoltaics in the U.S. From 1998-2007
Carla J Peterman
Galen L Barbose
Ryan H Wiser
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
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Managing Local Resources: The Role of Electricity From Biomass Based Cogeneration
Norma Anglani
Giuseppe Muliere
University of Pavia / Department of Electrical Engineering
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12. Cross Country Impacts of Environmental Policies (Conference Theatre Room - Theatre Level)

Joseph Doucet, Presiding
Professor
University of Alberta

The Coalition of the Willing: Effect of Country Diversity in an Environmental Treaty Game
Rognvaldur Hannesson
The Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration
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Assessment of Global Mitigation Progress: A Decomposition of CO2 Emissions for the World's Top Emitting Countries
Dirk C Böhm
Robert Bosch GmbH / University of Hohenheim
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Implications of Unilateral United States Carbon Policy
Peter C Balash
Joseph P Dipietro
Christopher Nichols
Nadejda Victor
U.S. DOE/NETL
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Potential Disincentives in Regional Emissions Trading Schemes to Implementing Distributed Energy Systems to Reduce GHG Emissions
John C Tysseling
Melissa H Roberts
E3c, Inc.
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13. Empirical Environmental Policy Studies (Merced A Room - Ballroom Level)

Ilhan Or, Presiding
Professor
Bogazici University

The Emission Intensity Approach Toward GHG Emission Reduction: The Case of the Pulp and Paper Industry
Jean-Thomas Bernard
Professor, Dept of Economics, University Laval
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The Effect of Energy Saving Voluntary Agreements on Energy Efficiency and Environmental Improvements
Gahyeong Hur
Jinwoo Lee
National Assembly Budget Office, Korea
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Market Prices as a Gauge of Environment Policy’s Efficiency. The Italian Case
Manuela Gusmerotti
Ferdinando Zullo
Gestore Mercato Elettrico
Salvatore Zecchini
Gestore Mercato Elettrico and University of Rome Tor Vergata
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Changes In Environmental Legislation And Their Impact On Investment In The UK Power Sector: A Lesson For The Nigerian Power Sector
Imeh P Okon
Joseph C Akunna
University of Dundee
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14. State and Regional Climate Action Plans: Implications for Energy and the Economy (San Miguel Room - Theatre Level)

Tony Owen, Presiding
Director and Santos Chair of Energy & Resources
University College London-Adelaide

The Economic Impact of the Florida Climate Action Plan on the State's Economy
Adam Rose
Dan Wei
University of Southern California
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Do Carbon Registries Work? An Evaluation of the California Climate Action Registry
J.R. DeShazo
Professor, University of California
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The New Climate World: Achieving Economic Efficiency in a Federal System for GHG Regulation Through State Planning
Thomas D Peterson
Center for Climate Strategies
Robert B. McKinstry, Jr.
Ballard Spahr, LLP
Dan Wei
Adam Rose
University of Southern California
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Energy Pathways for the California Economy
David Roland-Holst
Fredrich Kahrl
University of California, Berkeley
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15. Energy Demand Modeling in the Residential Sector (Potrero Room - Theatre Level)

Larry Chow, Presiding
Dir Hong Kong Energy Studies Centre
Hong Kong Baptist University

Modelling the Long Term Economic Implications of Buildings Efficiency in China
Jun Li
CERNA--Ecole des Mines de Paris
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Models for Understanding Residential Electricity Use
Sara J Banaszak
Senior Economist, API / George Washington Univ
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The Open Source Stochastic Building Simulation Tool SLBM and its Capabilities to Capture Uncertainty of Policymaking in the U.S. Building Sector
Michael Stadler
Judy Lai
Chris Marnay
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Inês Lima Azevedo
Department of Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University
Ryoichi Komiyama
Institute of Energy Economics, Japan
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Environmental Awareness and Household Energy Efficiency
David L Ryan
Professor, University of Alberta
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16. Renewable Energy Programs and Evaluations (San Francisco B Room - Theatre Level)

David Knapp, Presiding
Senior Editor
Energy Intelligence Group

Improving China's Small Scale Renewable Energy Program
Willem van Groenendaal
Tilburg University
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Effectiveness and Efficiency of Renewable Energy Promotion Schemes in the German Space Heating Market
Johannes Henkel
Berlin University of Technology
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Europe Takes the Challenge - The Way Forward in Promoting Renewable Electricity
Christian Panzer
Reinhard Haas
Gustav Resch
Vienna University of Technology / Energy Economics Group
Thomas Faber
EGL Austria
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Efficient RES-E Support in Europe and its Impact on the Conventional Power Market
Marco Nicolosi
University of Cologne, Institute of Energy Economics
Ralf Wissen
r2b energy consulting
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17. De-carbonizing Electricity Generation (San Francisco C Room - Theatre Level)

Assaad Saab, Presiding
Directeur Adjoint
Electricite De France

Determinantes of Trade for Forest Fuels and Products
Robert Lundmark
Luleå University of Technology
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Kicking the Fossil Fuel Habit: Was New Zealand’s 90% Renewable Target for Electricity Feasible?
Geoffrey Bertram
Victoria University of Wellington
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Analysis of the Potential Development of the European Biofuel Transforming Industries Using a Frontier Function Approach
Mélissa Clodic
INRA - IFP
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De-Carbonizing Electricity Generation
Fereidoon P Sioshansi
Menlo Energy Economics
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 18-25
TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 10:30 - 12:00n

18. Economics of Petroleum Exploration and Development (Ballroom East - Ballroom Level)

Robert Borgstrom, Presiding
Independent Consultant

Price Effect of Domestic Oil Tax Under Vertically-Related Markets Structure
Zesheng Sun
Xiangdong Xu
Zhejiang University
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Econometric Modeling of Deepwater Petroleum Exploration and Development Operations in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico Region, 1983-2005
Omowumi O Iledare
Professor & Director, LSU Center for Energy Studies
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Productivity in Exploration Drilling
Ragnar Tveteras
Kristin H Roll
Petter Osmundsen
University of Stavanger
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Are Oil Prices and Oil Costs Related? Thoughs on Whether the Recent Fall in Oil Prices Could be a Blessing in Disguise for Oil Companies
Rafael R Pertusier
Mileno T Cavalcante
Petrobras
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19. Electricity Demand and Its Responsiveness (Dolores Room - Ballroom Level)

Paul Tempest, Presiding
Director & CEO
Windsor Energy Group

Using Information Disclosure to Design Optimal Electricity Auctions Under Imperfect Competition
Tiago B Correia
Gustavo S Masili
João P Resende
Agnes M Costa
Ministry of Mines and Energy
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Method to calculate the customer Base-Line for a Demand Response program in the Colombian Power Market
Edgar Escobar D`Achiardi
Angela I Cadena
Maria E Correal
Hernando Duran
Universidad de los Andes
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Modeling and Forecasting Electricity Demand in the Philippines
Fred Joutz
George Washington University
Kotaro Ishi
International Monetary Fund
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20. Renewables Portfolio Standards and Regulation (Butron Room - Theatre Level)

Jonathan McClelland, Presiding
Director
MJ Beck Consulting

Feed-in Tariffs for Renewable Energies in Germany: An Efficient Instrument to Promote Economic Development?
Hubertus Bardt
Jan-Welf Selke
Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft Koeln
Thorsten Lang
Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft Koeln Consult
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Renewables Portfolio Standards in the United States: A Status Report
Ryan Wiser
Galen Barbose
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
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Risk Sharing Under Renewable Portfolio Standards
Becky A Lafrancois
Economics Department, Syracuse University
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The Regional Impacts of a National Renewable Portfolio Standard
Audrey J Lee
Peter Whitman
U.S. Department of Energy
Thomas Alfstad
Brookhaven National Laboratory
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21. Energy Demand & Efficiency in the Industrial Sector (Merced A Room - Ballroom Level)

Robert Malaman, Presiding
General Manager
Autoritá per l'energia elettrica e il gas

Industrial Consolidation Profiles: M&A Activities in the Latin American Electricity and Gas Market
Marc Petz
Michael Zettl
Klaus-Dieter Maier
Aalen University
David A Edgar
Bryan K Temple
Glasgow Caledonian University
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Applied Valuation of Demand Response Under Uncertainty: Combining Supply-Side Methods to Value Equivalent Demand-Side Resources
Kenneth R Skinner
Integral Analytics, Inc.
Jeffrey Ward
Northern Kentucky University
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Econometric Forecasts: A Study on Long-Term Price and Income Elasticity for Natural Gas in the Brazilian Industrial Sector
Renata Cabral
University of Sao Paulo
Virginia Parente
Energy Program at the University of Sao Paulo
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Energy Efficiency Convergence Across a Sample of U.S. Industrial Sectors, 1958-2000: Energy Shadow Value Approach
Asgar Khademvatani
PhD Candidate, University of Calgary
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22. Electric Power Industry Structure, Conduct and Performance (San Miguel Room - Theatre Level)

Jose Scaramucci, Presiding
Senior Research Fellow
UNICAMP

Capacity Value Of A Demand Response Resource
Robert L Borlick
Energy Consultant, Borlick Associates
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Beneficial Complexity: A Field Experiment in Technology, Institutions, and Institutional Change in the Electric Power Industry
Lynne Kiesling
Northwestern University
David Chassin
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
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The New Governance Structure of the Brazilian Electricity Industry: How is it Possible to Introduce Market Mechanisms?
Elbia A.S. Melo
Evelina M.A. Neves
Chamber of Electric Energy Commercialization – CCEE
Agnes M.A. Costa
Ministry of Mines and Energy - MME
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Brazilian Electricity Demand Estimation: What Has Changed After the Rationing in 2001? An Application of the Time Varying Parameter Error Correction Model
Hilton H. Notini
ANAC National Civil Aviation Agency - Brazil
Luiz Felipe P Maciel
Amanda P Carlos
Getulio Vargas Foundation, Graduate School of Economics
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23. Modeling Energy Demand and Efficiency in the Residential Sector (Potrero Room - Theatre Level)

Georg Erdmann, Presiding
Professor
Berlin University of Technology

UK Household Disaggregated Energy Expenditure Demand: Contributions of Economic and Non-economic Factors
Mona Chitnis
Lester C Hunt
University of Surrey
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Calibrating Residential Buildings for Improved Heating Energy Demand Forecasting and Continuous Performance Monitoring
Christos Em. Papadopoulos
Assistant Professor, Kavala Institute of Technology
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Fuel Cell Economics Reloaded - Matching of the Residential Sector with the European Energy Exchange
Boris Heinz
Georg Erdmann
Berlin University of Technology
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Barriers to Energy Efficiency for Residential Space-Heating Appliances in Japan
Ken-ichiro Nishio
Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry (CRIEPI)
Yumiko Iwafune
Institute of Industrial Science (IIS), The University of Tokyo
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24. Environmental Policies and the Transportation Sector (San Francisco B Room - Theatre Level)

Lori Smith Schell, Presiding
President
Empowered Energy

Impacts of State-Level Limits on Greenhouse Gases per Mile in the Presence of National CAFE Standards
Lawrence H Goulder
Stanford University, Resources for the Future and NBER
Arthur A van Benthem
Stanford University
Mark R Jacobsen
University of California at San Diego
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The Economics of Climate Change Regimes: A Sustainable Post-Kyoto Framework
Youngho Chang
Nanyang Technological University
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Long-term Greenhouse Gas Reductions in California: Vehicle Electrification and Electricity Generation in 2050
Amber Mahone
William R Morrow
Snuller Price
C.K. Woo
Energy and Environmental Economics, Inc.
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25. Dennis J. O'Brien USAEE/IAEE Best Student Paper Award Competition
    Supported by: Southern Company
    
(San Francisco C Room - Theatre Level)

Fred Joutz, Presiding
Professor of Economics
George Washington University

The Impact of Climate Policy on the International Competitiveness of Canadian Industry: How Big and How To Mitigate?
Nic Rivers
Simon Fraser University
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The Price Impacts of LIinking the EU ETS to the CDM
Fatemeh Nazifi
Macquarie University
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GHG Regulation of Transportation Fuels: Comparing Firm Incentives Under Upper-bond and Emission Quota
Deepak Rajagopal
University of California, Berkeley
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Idle Oil Wells: Half Empty or Half Full?
Lucija Muehlenbachs
University of Maryland
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 26-34
TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 2:30 - 4:00pm

26. Global Natural Gas Market Analysis (Ballroom East - Ballroom Level)

Ben Schlesinger, Presiding
President
BSA Inc

Global Natural Gas Market: Reality or Expectation?
Marcela F Ramos
Rafael M Souza
Amanda P Carlos
Getúlio Vargas Foundation - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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Price Effects and Security of Supply During the Russian-Ukrainian Gas Conflict – A Model-Based Analysis
Stefan Lochner
Research Associate, Institute of Energy Economics Cologne (EWI)
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Incentives for Using Contractual Flexibility Provisions in a Market Environment: The Case of the European Gas Industry
Stéphane Tchung-Ming
Olivier Massol
IFP School
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Examining the future of nature gas usage in the Australian National Electricity Market.
Liam Wagner
John Foster
Ariel Liebman
The University of Queensland
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27. Electric Power Transmission Investments (Dolores Room - Ballroom Level)

Kevin F. Forbes, Presiding
Associate Professor
Catholic University of America

The Value of Unused Transmission: Estimating the Opportunity Cost for the Province of Quebec, Canada
Pierre-Olivier Pineau
Associate Professor, HEC Montreal
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The Role of Transmission Investment in the Coordination Between Generation and Transmission in the Liberalized Power Systems
Vincent Rious
Philippe Dessante
Supélec
Yannick Perez
Jean-Michel Glachant
European University Institute
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How will the New EU Energy Legislation Affect Investments in Infrastructure?
Hamilcar P.A. Knops
Laurens J De Vries
Hanneke M De Jong
Delft University of Technology
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28. Economics of the Biofuel Industry (Butron Room - Theatre Level)

Douglas Arent, Presiding
Director SEAC
NREL

The Impact of a Growing Ethanol Market on the Demand Elasticity of Gasoline in Brazil
Gisele Ferreira Tiryaki
Luiz A Magalhães Pontes
Giovani Ferreira da Silva
Universidade Salvador
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Biofuels in Europe: Overview and Features of a New Industry
Pietro Lanzini
Augusto Ninni
IEFE - Bocconi University
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Biofuel Sustainability According to Emergy Analysis
Marcos D.B. Watanabe
Enrique Ortega
State University of Campinas
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Innovation Strategies and The Future of the Biofuel Industry
Jose Vitor Bomtempo
Associate Professor, Energy Economics Group – IE – UFRJ
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29. Alternative Paths to Achieving Environmental Goals (Conference Theatre Room - Theatre Level)

Parviz Adib, Presiding
Director
APX Inc.

An Experimental Study on the Gap Between Willingness to Pay and Willingness to Donate for Green Electricity
Roland Menges
University of Technology Clausthal
Stefan Traub
University of Bremen
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Energy Market Simulations Under Climate Stabilization Transitions
Donald A Hanson
En Zhu
Anant Vyas
Argonne National Laboratory
John J Marano
Energy Consultant
Tito Homem-de-Mello
Northwestern University
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Managing Prices in the Future U.S. Carbon Market: What might climate policy learn from monetary policy
Bryan K Mignone
Fellow, The Brookings Institution
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Salience in Upstream versus Downstream Cap-and-Trade
Kenneth T Gillingham
Stanford University
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30. Regional and Sectoral Demand for Energy (Merced A Room - Ballroom Level)

Sara Banaszak, Presiding
Senior Economist
American Petroleum Institute

Impact of Transition of China’s Industrial Location on Energy Consumption
XiaoLi Zhao
Professor, North China Electric Power University
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Regional Energy Intensity Evolution in China: Convergence or Divergence
Hua Liao
Institute of Policy and Management, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Wei Yi-Ming
School of Management and Economics, Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing, China
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The Obama Economic Recovery Plan: National and Regional Macroeconomic Effect of Energy and Environmental Policies
Frederick R Treyz
Billy Leung
Rod Motamedi
Regional Economic Models, Inc.
Mario DePillis, Jr.
MAR & R Economics
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Sectoral Demand for Energy by Fuel Type in Thailand
Fred Joutz
Poonpat Leesombatpiboon
George Washington University
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31. Energy Politics, Security and Poverty (San Miguel Room - Theatre Level)

Julien Chevallier, Presiding
Research Associate
Imperial College London

A Stochastic Dynamic Game Analysis of Strategic Petroleum Reserve Policy for Developing Countries
Ying Fan
Yi-Ming Wei
Xiao-Bing Zhang
CEEP, IPM, CAS
View Abstract

The Effects of a Domestic Market on Export Decisions for a State-Owned Company
Susanna Dorigoni
Federico Pontoni
Luigi Mazzei
IEFE - Università Bocconi
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Biofuels for Africa: An Illusion or or a Sustainable Option to Reduce the Vulnerability to Energy and Poverty?
Nadia S Denise Ouedraogo
University Paris Dauphine
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32. Energy Modeling in the Transportation Sector (Potrero Room - Theatre Level)

Vittorio D'Ermo, Presiding
AIEE Council Member
AIEE

Transitioning to a Low Carbon Transport System in Developing Nations: Future Scenarios for India
Prasoon Agarwal
Mr, Indian Institute of Management
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The Road Towards Electric Mobility - An Energy Economic View on Hybrid - and Electric Vehicle Technologies and the Influence of Policies on Their Diffusion
Maximilian Kloess
Reinhard Haas
Vienna University of Technology
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Mobility Management and Transportation Systems Modeling
Lauren L Stuart
Center for Energy Studies, Louisiana State University
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33. Electricity Market Structure & Conduct (San Francisco B Room - Theatre Level)

Vittorio De Martino, Presiding
Energy Analyst
AIEE

Market Power in the Nordic Electricity Wholesale Market: A Survey of the Empirical Evidence
Thomas P Tangeras
Sven-Olof Fridolfsson
Research Institute of Industrial Economics
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Modeling the Electricity Spot Markets: A New Tool and a Note on an Ignored Problem
Ozgur Inal
Rice University
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A Dynamic Oligopolistic Electricity Market Model with Interdependent Segments
Hasina Rasata
Pierre-Olivier Pineau
HEC Montreal
Georges Zaccour
GERAD & HEC Montreal
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34. Green Energy Economics (San Francisco C Room - Theatre Level)

Hoesung Lee, Presiding
President
Council on Energy and Envir. Korea

Sustainable Economic Development and the Environment: Theory and Evidence
Luisito Bertinelli
Benteng Zou
University of Luxembourg
Eric Strobl
Ecole Polytechnique Paris
View Abstract

Development Methodology for the Management of Energy Conservation
Namejs Zeltins
Viktors Zebergs
Institute of Physical Energetics
Karlis Mikelsons
AS Latvenergo
Adrians Davis
AS Latvijas Gaze
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Distributed Energy - Community Engagement & Resilience
Diane I Costello
Research Fellow, Curtin University of Technology
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 35-43
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 10:30 - 12:00n

35. Factors Affecting the Global Oil Market (Ballroom East - Ballroom Level)

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

Chinese Gasoline and Diesel Demand
Huei-Chu Liao
Department of Economics, Tamkang University
Yi-Huey Lee
Department of Finance & Institute of Financial Management, Nanhua University
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Hubbert Oil Peak and Hotelling Rent Revisited By a Simulation Model
Aline Sutter
Timothee Denis
Electricité de France R&D
Pierre-Noel Giraud
CERNA (Mines ParisTech)
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A Model for the Global Oil Market: Optimal Oil Production Levels for Saudi Arabia
Ayed Al-Qahtani
Business Analysis Department, Saudi Aramco
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36. Emissions Impact in the Electric Power Sector (Dolores Room - Ballroom Level)

Milton Holloway, Presiding
COO
Center for the Comm. of Electric Technologies

Control of Carbon Emissions in Zero-Net-Energy Buildings by Optimal Technology Investments in Smart Energy Systems and Demand-Side-Management
Chris Marnay
Michael Stadler
Ernest Orlando Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Afzal S Siddiqui
Department of Statistical Science at University College London, U.K.
Hirohisa Aki
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan
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California’s Electricity Sector GHG Planning: Making Early Investments in CCS to Lower the Long-Term Cost of Achieving a GHG Reduction Target
William R Morrow
Amber Mahone
Snuller Price
CK Woo
Energy and Environmental Economics, Inc.
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Emissions Trading in Forward and Spot Markets of Electricity
Makoto Tanaka
National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS)
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37. Renewable Energy: Opportunities, Challenges and Lessons Learned (Butron Room - Theatre Level)

Ugo Farinelli, Presiding
AIEE Council Member
Italian Assoc. of Energy Economists

Influence of the Market Structure on the Installed Capacity of PSPP - Benchmarking Analysis
David Surla
Economist Engineer, EDF
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RPS in Texas - Lessons Learned & Way Forward
Gurcan Gulen
Michelle Foss
Dimitry Volkov
Ruzanna Makaryan
Center for Energy Economics, University of Texas, Austin
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Opportunities and Challenges of Wind Electric Generation: Competitive Renewable Energy Zone, Electricity Storage, and Plug-In Vehicles
Mina M Dioun
Ingmar Sterzing
Lower Colorado River Authority
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38. Environmental Policy and the Electric Power Industry (Conference Theatre Room - Theatre Level)

Lars Bergman, Presiding
Professor
Stockholm School of Economics

The Greening of . . . Texas?
Jay Zarnikau
Frontier Associates
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The Impact of Commonwealth Emissions Trading Policy on Australian Electricity Markets
Regina Betz
CEEM
Anthony D Owen
Curtin University of Technology
View Abstract

Coal Plant Investment, Carbon Risk, and the Expected Carbon Payment
Merrill J Barradale
PhD Candidate, University of California at Berkeley
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A Benefit Analysis of Development of SiC Inverters by A Japan Energy Model
Hiromi Yamamoto
Masahiro Takasaki
CRIEPI
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39. Energy Modeling for Enviornmental Policy Analysis (Merced A Room - Ballroom Level)

Kenneth B. Medlock, Presiding
Energy Fellow
Rice University

Energy and Water: Managing The Long-Term Power Portfolio in the Face of Changing Cooling Water Supplies
Vincent Tidwell
Peter H Kobos
Leonard A Malczynski
William E Hart
Geoffrey T Klise
Sandia National Laboratories
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A Dynamic and Structural Analysis Of Sectoral Energy Intensities In China
Baiding Hu
Lincoln University
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Issues over Energy Decomposition Methodologies: Laspeyres or LMDI?
Jihyo Kim
Eunnyeong Heo
Hwa-Young Sin (Kim)
Seoul National University
View Extended Abstract

A Simulation Model of Energy Supply and Demand for Climate Policy Analysis
Bill Tubbs
Climate Change Specialist, Spectra Energy
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40. Energy Modelling for Electricity and Gas Market Analysis (San Miguel Room - Theatre Level)

Christos E. Papadopoulos, Presiding
Asst. Professor Dept. of Petro. & Nat'l Gas
TEI Kavalas

Mixing and Transportation of Hydrogen via the Natural Gas Network in Rozenburg
Anish C Patil
Delft University of Technology
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Integrated Electricity and Natural Gas Market Modeling – The Effects of Market Liberalization in Europe
Martin Lienert
Stefan Lochner
Institute of Energy Economics Cologne (EWI)
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Decision Support Tool for a TSO for Efficient Integration of Renewable Energy into Electricity Market
Valeriia Algeier
Dirk Westermann
Ilmenau University of Technology
Sebastian Stotz
Vattenfall Europe Transmission GmBH
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Short-Term and Long-Term Risk Premia in the German Electricity Market
Matthäus Pietz
TUM Business School
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41. Energy Industry Structure, Project Financing, & Evaluations (Potrero Room - Theatre Level)

James L. Smith, Presiding
Professor of Finance
Southern Methodist University

"Subprime" U.S. Greentech Venture Investments
James L Plummer
President, QED Research
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Plain Vanilla Options for Price-Quantity Hedging in the Colombian Wholesale Electricity Market
Gabriel A Vizcaino
Juan M Alzate
Angela Cadena
Juan Benavides
Universidad de los Andes
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The Quest for Dominance: NOC-IOC Rivalries, Alliances and the Shape of the New Global Oil Industry
Ian Nathan
David Knapp
Energy Intelligence Research
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Decision Making Analysis on Self-Generation Investments by Industrial Customers in The Context of a De-Regualted Electricity Market. The Colombian Case
Ana C Escudero
Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana
Sergio Botero
Universidad Nacional de Colombia - Sede Medellín
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42. Coal and Unconventional Oil (San Francisco B Room - Theatre Level)

Pedram Mokrian, Presiding
Mayfield Fund

Income Risk of EU Coal-Fired Power Plants After Kyoto
Jose M Chamorro
University of the Basque Country
Luis M. Abadie
Bilbao Bizkaia Kutxa
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The Development of Non Conventional Oil Supply Under Uncertainty: Application to the Canadian Oil Sands
Déborah Bouchonneau
IFP
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The Challenge of Brazilian Pre-Salt Oil Fields
Luciano D Losekann
Fluminense Federal University
Carlos Frederico L Rocha
Adilson De Oliveira
Economics Institute - Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
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43. Energy Storage Applications in Electricity Markets (San Francisco C Room - Theatre Level)

Geoff Bertram, Presiding
Senior Lecturer in Economics
Victoria University of Wellington

Estimating the Value of Energy Storage in Concentrating Solar Thermal Plants
Ramteen Sioshansi
The Ohio State University
Paul Denholm
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
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Estimating the Transmission Value of Combining Wind with Energy Storage
Paul Denholm
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Sioshansi Ramteen
The Ohio State University
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Factors Affecting Economics of Electricty Storage Projects in Competitive Electricity Markets
Rahul Walawalkar
Netra Thakur
Rick Mancini
Jim Harvilla
Customized Energy Solutions Ltd.
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Impact of Market Rules on Energy Storage Economics
Eric A Cutter
Snuller Price
Lakshmi Alagappan
Energy & Environmental Economics
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 44-52
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1:30 - 3:00pm

44. Natural Gas Issues: Regulation, Storage, and Security (Ballroom East - Ballroom Level)

Stefan Lochner, Presiding
Institute of Energy Economics EWI

Volatility and Risk Sharing in European Gas Markets
Frank Asche
University of Stavanger
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A Comparison of Regulatory Models in the Natural Gas Industry: Methodology and Empirical Application
Edmar F Almeida
Marcelo C Ferraro
Helder Q Pinto Jr.
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
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Improving Regulation of Natural Gas Storage
Jeroen De Joode
Delft University of Technology
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Why Natural Gas Cogeneration Does Not Develop in Brazil?
Lucélia V Raad
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
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45. Changing Structure of the Electric Power Generation Industry (Dolores Room - Ballroom Level)

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

Concentrating on the Future: The Benefits of Large-Scale Solar Electric Technologies
Lori Smith Schell
President, Empowered Energy
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Cost-Benefit Analysis of a Nuclear Plan in Italy in Relation to the Oil Price. Analysis with a Markal-TIMES Model Multi-regional
Federico Santi
Foundation of Energy
Manuela Gusmerotti
Gestore Mercato Elettrico
Maurizio Gargiulo
Politecnico of Turin
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Regulatory Feasibility Analysis of Policy Mechanisms to Foster Renewable Energy in the Colombian Power Sector
Sergio Botero
Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Luis I Betancur
Daniel R Vesga
Angela I Cadena
Universidad de los Andes
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46. Electricity Demand Forecasting and System Planning (Butron Room - Theatre Level)

Andre Plourde, Presiding
Professor, Department of Economics
University of Alberta

Gone with the Wind? - Electricity Market Prices and Incentives to Invest in Thermal Power Plants under Increasing Wind Energy Supply
Thure Traber
DIW Berlin
Claudia Kemfert
DIW Berlin and Humboldt University Berlin
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Generation Capacity Adequacy: Capacity Mechanisms in a Regional Perspective
Mauricio Cepeda
LARSEN
Dominique Finon
LARSEN-CIRED
View Extended Abstract

Agent-Based Simulation of Carbon Policies and Power Generation
Emile J. L. Chappin
Laurens J de Vries
Gerard P. J. Dijkema
Delft University of Technology
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Electricity Demand Modelling of German Data Centers: Dealing with Uncertainties
Lars Dittmar
Aaron Praktiknjo
Marc Schaefer
Technical University of Berlin
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47. Environmental Commodities: New Instruments for Market Operations (Conference Theatre Room - Theatre Level)

Peter C. Balash, Presiding
Senior Economist
U.S. DOE/NETL

Option Trading, Volatility and Efficiency in the EU ETS
Julien Chevallier
Grantham Institute for Climate Change, Imperial College London
Benoit Sevi
University of Angers
Yannick Le Pen
University of Nantes
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On the CER-EUA Spread: A Time Varying Risk Premia Analysis of Emissions Markets
Emilie Alberola
Morgan Hervé-Mignucci
Maria Mansanet
Caisse des Dépôts
Julien Chevallier
Imperial College London
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The Role of Technology in Markets for Environmental Tradable Permits
Parviz M Adib
Reiner Musier
APX, Inc.
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48. Nuclear Energy and Power (Merced A Room - Ballroom Level)

Jurgis Vilemas, Presiding
Chairman of Council
Lithuanian Energy Institute

Prospects and Limitations of Public-Private Partnerships as a Means for Technology Transfer: The Case of Nuclear Energy in India
Udoy M Ghose
Assistant Professor, University of Potsdam
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Economic Valuation of Multi-Unit Nuclear Plant Programs based on Real Options Analysis
Arturo G Reinking
Energy Systems Department , Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
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The Effects of Nuclear Fuel Storage on Competition in Electricity
Maria Lykidi
ADIS-GRJM, University of Paris-Sud 11
Jean-Michel Glachant
European University School of Florence
Pascal Julien Gourdel
University of Paris 1, Paris School of Economics
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49. Risk and Real Options in Electricity Markets (San Miguel Room - Theatre Level)

Gurcan Gulen, Presiding
Senior Energy Economist
CEE University of Texas at Austin

Risk Balancing in Public Private Partnership Project
Martin Benes
Oldrich Stary
Czech Technical University in Prague
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Incorporating CO2 Risks in Valuation Practice: A Capital Market Approach for European Utilities
Sebastian Rothe
Alexander Bassen
University of Hamburg
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Estimation of Capacity Payments in Hydro Dominated Systems
Rafael A Campo
Consultant
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Evaluating an NGCC Project: Technical Optimisation versus Real Options
Alain G Galli
Margaret Armstrong
Salaheddine Belkas
ENSMP
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50. Perspectives of the "Haves" and "Have nots" (Potrero Room - Theatre Level)

Omowumi Iledare, Presiding
Professor & Director
LSU Center for Energy Studies

Oil Prices and Economic Growth in Oil-Exporting Countries
Amany A El Anshasy
Assistant Professor, United Arab Emirates University
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Measuring the Social Rate of Return in the Energy Industry: A Study of the OECD countries
David Corderi Novoa
World Bank / University of California at Davis
Cynthia Lin
University of California at Davis
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An Analysis of Energy and Income Trends Following Rural Electrification in the State of Bahia, Brazil
Martin Obermaier
Energy Planning Program - COPPE/UFRJ
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Optimization of Decentralized Energy Systems Using Biomass Resources for Rural Electrification in Developing Countries
Diego Silva Herran
Toshihiko Nakata
Tohoku University, Graduate School of Engineering
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51. Mitigating Unintended Consequences of Environmental Policies (San Francisco B Room - Theatre Level)

Peter H. Kobos, Presiding
Senior Staff Economist
Sandia National Laboratories

Assessing the Potential for Carbon Capture and Storage Technologies
Danny Cullenward
Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources, Stanford University
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Energy Poverty, Climate Change and Sustainable Development in Sub-Saharan Africa
Akinbolaji P Iwayemi
Professor, University of Ibadan
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Complications and Costs Renewable Portfolio Standards Could Produce in Efforts to Reduce NOx Emissions Under the Clean Air Interstate Rule
Warren P Katzenstein
Ph.D. Student, Carnegie Mellon University
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Land Use Greenhouse Gas Emissions for Conventional and Unconventional Oil Production
Sonia Yeh
Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis
Sabrina Spatari
Drexel University
Sarah Jordaan
University of Calgary
Adam Brandt
University of California, Berkeley
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52. Modeling Oil and Biofuel Supply and Demand Analysis (San Francisco C Room - Theatre Level)

Maureen S. Crandall, Presiding
Professor of Economics
National Defense University

Changes in the Automotive Fuel Consumption in Europe and North America and its Consequence on the World-Wide Refining Industry
Frederic T Lantz
Emilie Bertout
Valérie Saint Antonin
IFP
View Abstract

Biobutanol Production and Supply Chain Economics
Paul K Bergey
North Carolina State University
Geoff Parker
Tulane University
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Relative Efficiency and Performance in the Integrated Oil & Gas Industry
Roberto P Ferreira da Cunha
Mariana Iooty
Edmar LF Almeida
Institute of Economics, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
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Panel Estimate of the Demand for Refined Oil Products in the Major OPEC Countries
Nourah A Al Yousef
Dr.(Associate Professor), King Saud University
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