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CONCURRENT SESSIONS

Concurrent Sessions: 1-7 | 8-13 | 14-20 | 21-26 | 27-31

CONCURRENT SESSIONS 1-7
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2:00 - 3:30pm

1. Investment in Oil (Imperial 5/7/9 Rooms)

Robert E. Borgstrom, Presiding
Advisor on Regulation

Strategies of Investment in the Canadian Oil Sands Under Price Uncertainty: A Dynamic Programming Approach
Déborah Bouchonneau
Frédéric Lantz
IFP
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Oil Refining Planning Under Price and Demand Uncertainties: Case of Algeria
Abderrezak Benyoucef
Algerian Petroleum Institute
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Tax Treatment and the Extensive Margin
Timothy Fitzgerald
Montana State University
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2. Valuation (Imperial 1/2/3 Rooms)

Ronald Ripple, Presiding
Professor of Energy Economics
Curtin University of Technology

Estimation of Environmental and Social Costs from U.S. Offshore Oil and Gas Production and From the Alternatives
Kim F. Coffman
Peter Meffert
U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation, and Enforcement
John Weiss
Industrial Economics, Inc.
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Willingness to Pay for Green Electricity from Wind, Solar, and Hydro Energy Under a RPS Mechanism
Jihyo Kim
Eunnyeong Heo
Jooyoung Park
Haeyeon Kim
Seoul National University
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New Developments in the Use of Valuation to Support Real Asset Decisions with a CO2 Management Opportunity as an Example
David Laughton
DLC Ltd. and School of Business, University of Alberta
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3. Electricity Markets (Stephen A Room)

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

Risk Premia in Electricity Wholesale Spot Markets – Empirical Evidence from Germany
Matthäus Pietz
TU München
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Ownership Unbundling, Investments and Consumer Prices - A Panel Data Analysis
Stephan Schmitt
Vienna University of Economics and Business, Institute for Regulatory Economics
Margarethe Rammerstorfer
Vienna University of Economics and Business, Institute for Finance, Banking and Insurance
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Capacity Market Design to Integrate Renewable Energy
Xiaoyue Jiang
Ekundayo Shittu
Geoffrey G Parker
Tulane University
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4. Emerging Energy Technologies and U.S. Energy Policy Options (Neilson 1 Room)

Alan Krupnick, Presiding
Research Director & Sr. Fellow
Resources for the Future

Toward a New National Energy Policy: Assessing the Options
Margaret Walls
Alan Krupnick
Resources for the Future
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Energy, Greenhouse Gas and Economic Implications of Natural Gas Trucks
Alan Krupnick
Resources for the Future
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Abundant Shale Gas Resources: Implications for U.S. Natural Gas Markets and Policy
Alan Krupnick
Stephen Brown
Resources for the Future
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Modeling Policies to Promote Renewable and Low Carbon Sources of Electricity
Karen Palmer
Resources for the Future
Richard Sweeney
Kennedy School at Harvard
Maura Allaire
University of North Carolina
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5. Policies for Renewable Energy (Neilson 2 Room)

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

Analysis of Policies for the Development of New Renewable Energy Sources in Brazil
Ricardo L Baitelo
Luiz Cláudio R Galvão
Miguel Edgar M Udaeta
Eliane Aparecida F.A. Fadigas
Marcelo C Furtado
PEA-USP Energy Department, University of São Paulo
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The Biomass Real Potential to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions: A Life-Cycle Analysis
Bruna B Correia
Arnaldo Walter
UNICAMP
Tiago B Correia
Brazilian Ministry of Mines and Energy
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Renewable Energy Sources, Technology Mix, and Competition in Liberalized Electricity Market: The Case of Spain
Carlos Gutiérrez-Hita
Universitas Miguel Hernández
Nikolaos Georgantzís
Universidad de Granada
Aitor Ciarreta
University of the Basque Country
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What is Energy Security? Do We Really Mean Energy Vulnerability?
Mark Hutson
Fred Joutz
Arun Malik
Robert Trost
George Washington University
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6. Natural Gas Developments (Neilson 3 Room)

Anas Alhajji, Presiding
Chief Economist
Natural Gas Partners

The Future of Unconventional Gas: Legal, Policy and Environmental Challenges to the Development of North American Shale Gas
Susan L Sakmar
Adjunct Professor of Law, University of San Francisco School of Law
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Equilibrium Forward Gas Prices with Storage
Burcu Cigerli
Rice University
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The Sources of Uncertainty Along the Natural Gas Commodity Chain and Options to Mitigate Uncertainty
Vladimir Ivanenko
Natural Resources Canada
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A Lot Left Over: Reducing CO2 Emissions Through the Use of Natural Gas
Becky A Lafrancois
Assistant Professor, Michigan Tech
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7. Dennis J. O'Brien USAEE/IAEE Best Student Paper Award Competition
    Supported by: Southern Company & IAEE
    
(Walker/Bannerman Room )

Fred Joutz, Presiding
Professor of Economics
George Washington University

Do U.S. Households Favor High Fuel Economy Vehicles When Gasoline Prices Increase? A Discrete Choice Analysis
Karplus J Valerie
MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change
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Cost-Competitive CO2 Mitigation with Combined Heat and Power Systems in Calgary
Nicolas E Choquette-Levy
Rahul Nakhasi
Geoff Holmes
Marc Beaudin
University of Calgary
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Evaluating the Claims of Energy Efficiency: The Interaction of Temperature Response, New Construction, and House Size
Howard Chong
Unversity of California, Berkeley
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Identifying the Elasticity of Driving: Evidence from a Gasoline Price Shock in California
Kenneth Gillingham
Stanford University
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 8-13
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 10:30 - 12:00n

8. Carbon Capture and Storage (Imperial 5/7/9 Rooms)

Sam Wong, Presiding
Associate Reseach Officer
Alberta Research Council

Developing CO2 Supply Cost Curves from the Fort McMurray Area, 2005 - 2020
Sam Wong
John Faltinson
Guillermo Ordorica-Garcia
Alberta Innovates Technology Futures
Surindar Singh
Alberta Innovates Energy and Environment Solutions
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Economics of Geological Sequestration Options for the Shenhua Coal Liquefaction Plant
Hui Su
Jerald J Fletcher
West Virginia University
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Heartland Area Redwater CO2 Storage Project (HARP): A Study of CO2 Storage Economics
Brent Lakeman
Alberta Innovates Technology Futures
Heather Campbell
ARC Resources Ltd
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CO2 Enhanced Hydrocarbon Recovery: Incremental Recovery and Associated CO2 Storage Potential in Alberta
Blaine Hawkins
Quinn Goretzky
Alberta Innovates Technology Futures
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9. Energy-Economy Linkages 1 (Imperial 1/2/3 Rooms)

Shree Vikas, Presiding
Director, Market Intelligence & Strategy
ConocoPhillips Inc

Energy Ladders of Supply and Demand
Paul J. Burke
Australian National University
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Clearing the Air: Cap-and-Trade vs. Carbon Tax
Lori Smith Schell
President, Empowered Energy
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Pollution Abatement with Intermittent Sources of Energy
Hagen Schwerin
Simon Fraser University
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Energy and Economic Growth: Causality Analysis Using Decomposed Energy Consumption
Jinsoo Kim
Senior Researcher, Seoul National University
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10. Grid Investments (Stephen A Room)

Jean-Thomas Bernard, Presiding
Professor, Department of Economics
University Laval

A Regulatory Innovation Incentive for Alternative Grid Structure Design Options
Natalie Prüggler
University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien, Department for Renewable Energies
Christoph Bremberger
Vienna University of Economics and Business, Research Institute for Regulatory Economics
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Grid Expansion when the Frequency is Balanced
Denes Kucsera
Vienna University of Economics and Business, Research Institute for Regulatory Economics
Margarethe Rammerstorfer
Engelbert Dockner
Vienna University of Economics and Business, Institute of Finance, Banking and Insurance
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A Hybrid Approach to Financing Transmission Expansion
Richard Benjamin
Economist, Round Table Group
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11. Influencing Energy Use 1 (Neilson 1 Room)

Marc Melaina, Presiding
Senior Engineer
NREL

Heterogeneity in the Rebound: a Quantile-Regression Approach
Manuel Frondel
Colin Vance
Nolan Ritter
Rheinisch-Westfälisches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung
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An Indirect Examination of the Porter Hypothesis via Consumer Behaviour
David L Ryan
Junaid bin Jahangir
University of Alberta
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Econometric Energy Demand Elasticities: A Walk Down Memory Lane
Carol A Dahl
Professor, Colorado School of Mines
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12. Biofuels (Walker/Bannerman Room)

Ronald Soligo, Presiding
Professor of Economics
Rice University

Innovation in Biofuels: Assessement of Challenges Over their Life-Cycle
Pierre-Olivier Pineau
Elodie Palluet
HEC Montréal
Jose Vitor Bomtempo
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
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Alternative Liquid Fuels Simulation Model (AltSim)
Thomas E Drennen
Ryan Williams
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Arnold B Baker
Sandia National Laboratories
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An Analysis of Strategies About Bioethanol in the World Using a Global Energy System Model
Hiromi Yamamoto
CRIEPI
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Renewable Fuels in Alberta: Policy Levers and Project Finance
Andrew Leach
Joseph Doucet
University of Alberta
Trevor Nickel
Highmark Renewables Research
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13. Price, Tax, and Fuel Consumption (Neilson 2 Room)

Kim Coffman, Presiding
Economist
Bureau of Ocean Energy Mgmt Reg & Enfor

The Impact of Fiscal Policies on Road Passenger Transport Energy Demand in OECD Countries
Amela Ajanovic
Reinhard Haas
Vienna University of Technology
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Fuel Tax and Gasoline Consumption: A Panel Data Analysis of OECD Countries
Xiaoyi Mu
University of Dundee
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Does a Carbon Tax on Fossil Fuels Promote Biofuels?
Govinda R. Timilsina
Simon Mevel
Stefan Csordás
The World Bank
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 14-20
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 4:00 - 5:30pm

14. Carbon Management (Imperial 5/7/9 Rooms)

Reinhard Haas, Presiding
Professor
Vienna University of Technology

Economic Evaluation of Ocean CO2 Injection as a Means for Reducing Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Concentrations
Thomas Rodengen
Karen Kohfeld
Simon Fraser University
Andy Ridgwell
University of Bristol
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Storing Carbon Dioxide in Saline Formations: Analyzing Extracted Water Treatment and Use for Power Plant Cooling
Peter H. Kobos
David J. Borns
Jesse D. Roach
Geoff T Klise
Jason E Heath
Thomas A Dewers
Brian Dwyer
Jim L Krumhansl
Sandia National Laboratory
Andrea McNemar
National Energy Technology Laboratory
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Designing Robust Hedging Strategies for U.S. Electric Sector Planning Under an Uncertain Climate Policy
Joseph F DeCarolis
Sarat Sreepathi
Kevin M Hunter
North Carolina State University
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An Integrated Approach to Modeling Land-use Implication on U.S. Agriculture Sector Under a Carbon Policy
Sugandha D Tuladhar
Mei Yuan
Paul Bernstein
Anne Smith
David Montgomery
Charles River Associates
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15. Energy-Economy Linkages 2 (Imperial 1/2/3 Rooms)

Jean-Philippe Waaub, Presiding
Professor
GERAD, UQAM

Oil Price Shocks and Economic Growth in Nigeria: Are Thresholds Important?
Oluwatosin A Adeniyi
University of Ibadan
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Oil Price Shocks and Macroeconomy: Precautionary Demand in Crude Oil Market
Islam Rizvanoghlu
Rice University
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Energy and Economic Development: An Assessment by Studying the Causality Between Energy Consumption and Economic Growth in ECOWAS
Ouedraogo S Nadia
Universite Paris-Dauphine
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16. Distributed Generation and Smart Grid (Stephen A Room)

Kurtis Hildebrandt, Presiding
Manager, Regulatory Affairs
ENMAX Corporation

Impact Analysis of Innovative Business Models for Future Smart Grid and DG/RES Developments
Wolfgang Prüggler
Vienna University of Technology
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Economics of Distributed Generation - Modeling Small Wind
Jonathan McClelland
Director, Energy & Environment Policy, M.J. Beck Consulting
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Modeling the Large Scale Deployment of Distributed Generation onto Electricity Markets
Liam Wagner
The University of Queensland
Luke Reedman
CSIRO
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Energy Storage and its Ability to Add Stability to Intermittent Generation and Reduce Distribution Network Costs
Craig Froome
School of Chemical Engineering, The University of Queensland
Liam Wagner
School of Economics, The University of Queensland
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17. Influencing Energy Use 2 (Neilson 1 Room)

Peter K. Nance, Presiding
Executive Director, NA Power Res
JP Morgan Chase

World Oil Demand’s Shift Toward Faster Growing and Less Price-Responsive Products and Regions
Dermot Gately
New York University
Joyce M. Dargay
University of Leeds
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Welfare Impacts of Single-Provider Residential-Electricity-Service Price Discrimination
Daniel M Hamblin
President, Dan Hamblin & Associates, Inc.
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Options for Transforming Canada's Energy Use
Matthew J Hansen
Tara Smolak
Abha Bhargava
National Energy Board
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A Randomized Control Trial to Evaluate the Power of Information
Sebastien Houde
Stanford University
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18. Issues in Renewable Energy (Walker/Bannerman Room)

Douglas Arent, Presiding
Executive Director, Joint Institute for Strategic Energy Analysis
National Renewable Energy Lab

The Use of Geothermal Energy in U.S. Military Operations: Challenges and Potential
Michael E Canes
Distinguished Scholar, LMI
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Indirect Land Use Change from Biofuels: Exploring Implications of Production System Heterogeneity for Results and Mitigation Strategies
Julie Witcover
Sonia L. Yeh
Institute for Transportation Studies, UC Davis
Siwa Msangi
International Food Policy Research Institute
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Water Intensity of Electricity from Geothermal Resources
Gouri S Mishra
Sonia Yeh
William E Glassley
University of California, Davis
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19. Issues in GHG Strategies (Neilson 2 Room)

Tilak Doshi, Presiding
Chief Economist, ESI
National University of Singapore

Does an Increase in the Elderly Population Cause a Decrease in CO2 Emissions from Road Transportation? A Positive Analysis Using the Environmental Kuznets Curve
Akira Okada
Tokyo City University
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Near-term Emission Paths May Require Future Negative Emission Strategies
Derek M Lemoine
Daniel M Kammen
University of California, Berkeley
Jana Szolgayova
Comenius University
Sabine Fuss
Michael Obersteiner
International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis
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Modeling Greenhouse Gas Emissions for a Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell Tri-Generation (Heat, Hydrogen, and Power) System
Darlene M Steward
Karen Webster
Marc W Melaina
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Fred Joseck
U.S. Department of Energy
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Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Calgary Through Vehicle Technologies
Daniel M Burt
Jessica P Abella
Amanda D Boyd
Janne S Kettunen
Masoud Fard
University of Calgary
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20. Energy Demand Forecasting (Neilson 3 Room)

Michal C. Moore, Presiding
Professor of Energy Economics
University of Calgary

Energy Demand and GHG Emission of the Quebec Pulp and Paper Industry: An Econometric Analysis
Jean-Thomas Bernard
Patrick Gonzalez
Université Laval
Julie Ades
Conference Board of Canada
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Beyond Commodity Markets - Emerging Issues in Canadian Industrial Energy Use
Ken Newel
Technology Specialist, National Energy Board
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Modeling and Forecasting Residential Electricity Consumption in the U.S. Mountain Region
Fred Joutz
Jason Jorgenson
George Washington University
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 21-26
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 8:30 - 10:00am

21. Oil Industry Performance and Reforms (Imperial 5/7/9 Rooms)

David H. Knapp, Presiding
Chief Energy Economist
Energy Intelligence Group

Crude Oil Hedgers and their Effect on Prices and Speculators
Ronald D Ripple
Professor of Energy Economics, Curtin University of Technology
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Petroleum Industry Restructuring in Nigeria: A Simulation Analysis of its Impact on Deepwater E&P Project Economics & Take Statistics
Omowunmi O Iledare
Professor/Director, LSU Center for Energy Studies
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The Impact of Speculation vs “Peak-oil” on the World Oil Price
Reinhard J Haas
Lukas Kranzl
Hans Auer
Lukas Weissensteiner
Andreas Mueller
Christian Redl
Gustav Resch
Amela Ajanovic
Energy Economics Group, Vienna University of Technology
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The Impact of a Regulatory Gap for Oil and Gas on First Nations Land
Lucija Muehlenbachs
Resources for the Future
Will Gans
Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maryland
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22. Hydropower and Nuclear (Stephen A Room)

Carol Dahl, Presiding
Professor
Colorado School of Mines

GHG Emissions Quantification Resulting from Hydropower-based Electricity Trade and Market Analysis: The Case of Quebec (2006-2008)
Mourad Ben Amor
Réjean Samson
Caroline Gaudeault
CIRAIG-École Polytechnique de Montréal
Pierre-Olivier Pineau
CIRAIG-HEC Montreal
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The Need for Nuclear Power in Mexico
Pablo Mulás
Instituto Investigaciones Eléctricas
Gerardo R Bazan
CAI-CFE
Juan Eibenschutz
CNSNS
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Climate Policy Uncertainty and Investment Behavior: Evidence From Small Hydropower Plants
Ane Marte Heggedal
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Kristin Linnerud
CICERO
Stein-Erik Fleten
NTNU
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23. Energy Efficiency and DSM (Neilson 1 Room)

Stephanie J. Battles, Presiding
Division Director
Energy Information Administration

Demand Side Management: New Perspectives For a New Era
Sanya Carley
Assistant Professor, Indiana University, School of Public and Environmental Affairs
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Conventional and Unconventional Management Methods of Energy Efficiency for Peripheral Regions
Namejs Zeltins
Vilnis Kreslins
Viktors Zebergs
Institute of Physical Energetics
Karlis Mikelsons
Latvian Member Committee of WEC
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Efficient but Sufficient Support of all RES Technologies in Times of Volatile Raw Energy Prices
Christian Panzer
Gustav Resch
Vienna University of Technology
Martin Junginger
Ric Hoefnagels
Copernicus Institute Utrecht University
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24. Energy and R&D (Walker/Bannerman Room)

James L. Sweeney, Presiding
Dir, Precourt Inst. for Energy Eff.
Stanford University

Innovation, Renewable Energy, and Macroeconomic Growth
Peter R Hartley
Xinya Zhang
Ted Temzelides
Kenneth B Medlock
Rice University
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Impact of Carbon Policy on Industry Technology Adoption in a Stochastic Energy Model
Olga Livingston
Brian K Boyd
Joseph M Roop
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
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Is there a Rationale for Government Support to low Carbon Technologies Beyond a General Tax or Cap-and-Trade-Regime?
Christoph Weber
Patrick Himmes
University Duisburg-Essen
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25. GHG Abatement (Neilson 2 Room)

Roger Tissot, Presiding
Consultant

Top-Down vs. Bottom-Up Models: How to Combine Them to Evaluate the Cost of Mid-term CO2 Emission Reduction?
Yutaka Nagata
CRIEPI
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Simulation of the GHG Abatement Potentials in the U.S. Building Sector by 2050
Michael Stadler
Nicholas DeForest
Chris Marnay
Florence Bonnet
Trucy Phan
Judy Lai
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
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Reducing CO2 Emissions and Oil Dependence While Using Coal: MARKAL Scenarios for the United States
Peter C Balash
Gavin Pickenpaugh
Christopher Nichols
U.S. DOE/NETL
Nadejda Victor
U.S. DOE/NETL/TMS
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26. Long Run Energy Planning (Neilson 3 Room)

Andrew Leach, Presiding
Assistant Professor
University of Alberta

Application of Linear Programming for Modeling Environmental, Social, Political, Technical Economic and Market Variables in the Integrated Energy Resources Planning for the Development of Energy Resources Portfolios
Mário F Biague
GEPEA, University of Sao Paulo
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Long Run Energy Demand in Iran; Efficiency and Renewable Energy Scenarios
Saeed Moshiri
STM College, University of Saskatchewan
Farideh Atabi
Science & Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran
Mohammad Hassan Panjeshahi
University of Tehran
Stefan Lechtenboehmer
Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment, and Energy
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Mode Selection of Carbon Emissions and Policy Simulation in China--Based on a Possibility-Satisfiability Degree Analysis of Carbon Emissions for the Period 2010-2050
Mi Hong
Zhejiang University
Ma Pengyuan
Zhou Wei

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Canadian Oil Production Over the 2020 Horizon: Insights from the New TIMES-Canada Energy Model
Kathleen Vaillancourt
Research Group in Decision Analysis
Olivier Bahn
Yuri Alcocer
École des Hautes Études Commerciales
Maryse Labriet
ENERIS Environment Energy Consultants
Amit Kanudia
KanORS Consultants
Richard Loulou
McGill University
Jean-Philippe Waaub
University of Quebec in Montreal
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 27-31
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2:00 - 3:30pm

27. Issues in Oil Sands (Imperial 5/7/9 Rooms)

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

Land Use Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Conventional and Unconventional Oil Production
Sonia Yeh
Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis
Sabrina Sparati
Drexel University
Adam Brandt
Stanford University
Sarah Jordaan
David Keith
University of Calgary
Merritt Turetsky
University of Guelph
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Net Economic and Environmental Benefits of an Oil Sands Mine
Chris T Joseph
Thomas I Gunton
Resource & Environmental Management, Simon Fraser University
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Assessing the Role of Cogeneration for Carbon Management of Oil Sands Operations in Alberta
Ganesh H Doluweera
Sarah Jordaan
Joule A Bergerson
Michal Moore
University of Calgary
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Supplying Synthetic Crude Oil from Canadian Oil Sands: A Comparative Study of the Costs and CO2 Emissions of Mining and in-situ Recovery
Aurélie Méjean
Student, University of Cambridge
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28. Wind (Stephen A Room)

Warren Katzenstein, Presiding
Associate
The Brattle Group

Wind Power in the United States: Prospects and Consequences
Peter R Hartley
George & Cynthia Mitchell Professor of Economics, Rice University
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The Cost of Wind Power Variability
Warren Katzenstein
Jay Apt
Carnegie Mellon University
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Compensating for Wind Variability Using Co-Located Natural Gas Generation and Energy Storage
Eric Hittinger
Jay Apt
J.F. Whitacre
Carnegie Mellon University
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The Cost of Curailing Wind Turbines for Frequency Reguation and Ramp-Rate Limitation
Stephen Rose
Jay Apt
Carnegie Mellon University
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29. Modeling Strategic Issues (Walker/Bannerman Room)

David Ryan, Presiding
Professor
University of Alberta

Improving the Clean Energy Affordability in Developing Countries by the Renewable Technologies Transfer
Djiby R. Thiam
Student, University of Bordeaux
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A Model of Pipeline Competition and Cooperation
W. D. Walls
Lasheng Yuan
University of Calgary
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Uncertainties in Estimating Remaining Recoverable Resources of Conventional Oil
Christophe McGlade
Student, University College London
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30. Energy Security (Neilson 2 Room)

Guy F. Caruso, Presiding
Senior Associate
CSIS

Russia: An Aspiring Energy Superpower with Feet of Clay
Mamdouh G Salameh
International Oil Economist / World Bank Consultant, Oil Market Consultancy Service - UK / World Bank, Washington DC
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Energy Security Implications of a U.S. Low Carbon Fuel Standard
Paul N Leiby
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Jonathan Rubin
University of Maine
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Crude Oil Imports and National Security
Paul MacAvoy
Anthony Corridore
Ed Hirs
Bob Ames
The Yale Graduates Energy Study Group
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31. Dynamic Modeling in Oil (Neilson 3 Room)

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

The Optimal Drawdown Policies for China’s Strategic Petroleum Reserve Based on a Dynamic Programming Model
Gang WU
Institute of Policy and Management, CAS
Yi-Ming WEI
Beijing Institute of Technology
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