Concurrent Sessions

1-9 | 10-18 | 19-27 | 28-36 | 37-45

CONCURRENT SESSIONS 1-9
Monday, October 26, 11:00 - 12:45pm

1. Shale Gas Impacts (Kings Garden 1,2)

Diana Stares, Presiding
Director, Center for Energy Policy & Management
Washington and Jefferson College

Shale Gas Development and Japan
Clifford A. Lipscomb
Greenfield Advisors
Hisanori Nei
National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies
Sarah J. Kilpatrick
Unaffiliated
Yongsheng Wang
Washington and Jefferson College
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Mitigating the Climate Impacts of Shale Gas Development under Uncertainty
Zachary A Wendling
Indiana University Bloomington
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Direct Economic Impact of a Marcellus Shale Well
William E Hefley
Clinical Professor, University of Texas at Dallas
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How Much do States Really Tax Oil and Gas Extraction? Effective Tax Rates Across U.S. States
Yongsheng Wang
Max Chomas
Washington and Jefferson College
Jeremy Weber
University of Pittsburgh
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2. Wind Energy (Commonwealth 1)

Varun Rai, Presiding
Assistant Professor
University of Texas at Austin

Is Willingness to Pay for Visualized Landscape Amenities Sensitive to Screen Size When Using Web Surveys?
Pablo A Hevia-Koch
Technical University of Denmark
Jacob Ladenburg
KORA
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Improved Experience Curve Indicates Large Future Cost Reductions for Wind Power
Eric Williams
Eric Hittinger
Ryan Williams
Rochester Institute of Technology
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Optimization of Wind and Storage Dispatch for Enhanced Market Opportunities
Kwami Senam Sedzro
Larry Snyder
Lehigh University
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Optimal Wind Farm Siting Decisions in the Midwest
Julian Lamy
Paulina Jaramillo
Ines Azevedo
Carnegie Mellon University
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The Value of Waiting for the Wind
Olvar Bergland
Professor, Norwegian University of Life Sciences
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3. Electricity Market (Commonwealth 2)

Peter R. Hartley, Presiding
Professor & Baker Institute Scholar
Rice University

Market Power in Power Markets: The Case of French Wholesale Electricity Market
Sophie Meritet
Centre of Geopolitics of Energy and Raw Materials
Thao Pham
Université Paris Dauphine
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The Missing Money Problem
Nora Schindler
Klaus Gugler
Mario Liebensteiner
Adhurim Huxhimusa
University of Economics and Business Vienna (WU)
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The Economics of Commercial Demand Response for Spinning Reserve
Michael J Fisher
Fallaw Sowell
Jay Apt
Carnegie Mellon University
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The Private and Social Value of Blackout Risk Reduction
Anand Govindarajan
Seth Blumsack
Pennsylvania State University
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Electric Capacity Market Performance with Generation Investment and Renewables
Cynthia Bothwell
Benjamin F. Hobbs
Johns Hopkins University
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4. Energy-Water Nexus (Benedum)

Kevin Forbes, Presiding
Associate Professor
Catholic University of America

Drivers of Dry Cooling Adoption at Electric Power Plants
Fletcher Fields
U.S. Department of Energy
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Pricing Scarcity in the Shale Industry: Incentivizing Reduced Freshwater Use and Increased Wastewater Recycling
Shanti Gamper-Rabindran
Associate Professor, University of Pittsburgh
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Exploring Energy-Water Issues across the United States
Peter Kobos
Vincent Tidwell
Barbie Moreland
Sandia National Laboratories
Hari Mantripragada
Haibo Zhai
Edward Rubin
Carnegie Mellon University
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The Energy Water Nexus: A Dynamic Spatial Study of Natural Gas in the San Juan Basin, New Mexico
Katie Zemlick
Janie Chermak
Bruce M Thomson
Elmira Kalhor
University of New Mexico
Vincent C Tidwell
Sandia National Laboratories
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A Network Formulation of Competing Demands For Water and Energy: Transaction Costs, Property Rights, and Rents
Patrick O'Reilly
Ph.D. Candidate, Mineral and Energy Economics, Colorado School of Mines
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5. Modeling Oil and Gas Markets (Brigade)

Mine Yucel, Presiding
SVP and Research Director
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

The Components of Natural Gas Price Volatility
Matthew Brigida
Associate Professor of Finance, Clarion University of Pennsylvania
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A Structural Econometric Model of The Dynamic Game Between Petroleum Producers in The World Petroleum Market
Khaled H Kheiravar
Amy Myers Jaffe
C.-Y. Cynthia Lin
University of California at Davis
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Modelling Oil Markets
Janie M Chermak
University of New Mexico
Robert H Patrick
Rutgers University
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Modelling the Australian Gas Sector: Economic Impacts of Western Australia’s Gas Reservation Policy
Kelly Neill
University of Western Australia
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6. Dennis J. O'Brien USAEE/IAEE Best Student Paper Award Competition (Sterlings 1)

Thomas E. Drennen, Presiding
Professor of Economics
Hobart and William Smith Colleges

Energy Prices and Investment in Energy Efficiency:Evidence from Chinese Industry 1997-2004
Sarah Le Tang
Brandeis University
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Optimal Investment in Competitive Energy-only Markets
Hamid Aghaie
AIT Austrian Institute of Technology
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Drilling Down the Bakken Learning Curve
Michael Redlinger
Colorado School of Mines
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Wind Power Producers' Costs And Associated Market Regulations: The Source of Wind Power Producers' Market Power
Yang Yu
Stanford University
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7. CO2 Abatement Policies (Kings Plaza)

Ozge Kaplan , Presiding
Research Engineer
US Environmental Protection Agency

Robust Optimal Taxation and Environmental Externalities
Ted Temzelides
Rice University
Borghan Narajabad
Federal Reserve Board
Xin Li
IMF
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Environmental Policies that Maximise Social Welfare: The Role of Intergenerational Inequality
Frédéric Gonand
University of Paris-Dauphine
Pierre-André Jouvet
Université of Paris-Nanterre
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Intergenerational Emissions Inequality in Germany: Are The Younger Generations more Environmentally Conscious?
Dragana Nikodinoska
Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel
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Assessing Economic Effects Of Malaysia’s CO2 Emission Abatement Policies: A CGE Analysis
Masoud Yahoo
Jamal Othman
National University of Malaysia
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8. Coal, Generation, and the EPA’s Clean Power Plan (Sterlings 3)

Christophe Bonnery, Presiding
Director, Economics & Prospective
ERDF

Drivers of Coal-Fired Capacity Retirements in Electricity Markets
Eric Bowen
West Virginia University Bureau of Business and Economic Research
Stratford Douglas
West Virginia University Department of Economics
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Power Grid Reliability: Implications of Environmental Regulation and Coal Plant Retirement in Systems with Large Scale Penetration of Wind Power
Mohsen Rahmani
Gabriela Hug
Paulina Jaramillo
Carnegie Mellon University
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Limits to the Future of U.S. Coal-Fired Electricity Generation: EPA’S Clean Power Plan or Available Reserves?
Lori Smith Schell
President, Empowered Energy
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Coal Mining Technology and the Allocation of Income
Stratford M Douglas
Shuichiro Nishioka
WVU Department of Economics
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9. Emerging Technologies in the Electricity Market (Kings Terrace)

Mina M. Dioun, Presiding
President
Dioun Energy Consulting

Community-Based Renewable Energy Solutions
Sharon Klein
Stephanie Coffey
University of Maine
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An Analysis on the Economics of Smart Community Connecting Commercial and Residential Sectors and their Future Subjects
Yoshiki Ogawa
Professor, Toyo University
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Estimating the Annual Microeconomic Benefits of Vehicle-to-Grid Services in New York City
Gerad M Freeman
Graduate Student, University of Rochester
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From Fossil Fuels to Renewables: The Role of Electricity Storage
Linda Nøstbakken
Norwegian School of Economics
Martino Pelli
Université de Sherbrooke
Itziar Lazkano
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 10-18
Monday, October 26, 4:30 - 6:15pm

10. Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) (Kings Garden 1,2)

Ronald D. Ripple, Presiding
Professor of Energy Bus and Finance
The University of Tulsa

Future of LNG: Market, Geopolitical and Innovation Trends to 2034
Andrew J Pickford
Mark Stickells
University of Western Australia
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Impact of New Waves of LNG in the Asia Pacific Gas Market: Future of LNG Market in Asi
Jinseok Sung
Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas
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Life Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions From U.S. Liquefied Natural Gas Exports: Implications for End Uses
Leslie S Abrahams
Constantine Samaras
W. Michael Griffin
H. Scott Matthews
Carnegie Mellon University
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G2M2: A New Model of the Global Market for Natural Gas
Robert E Brooks
President, RBAC, Inc.
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The Relationship between LNG, Oil and Coal Prices in Asia
Peter R Hartley
Abdullahi Alim
Yihui Lan
University of Western Australia
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11. Electricity and the Environment (Commonwealth 1)

Joel Theis, Presiding
Economist
U.S. Department of Energy - NETL

Assessing the System-Wide Merits of Flexible Carbon Capture and Sequestration Power Plants in Complying with the Clean Power Plan
Michael T Craig
Haibo Zhai
Paulina Jaramillo
Carnegie Mellon University
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Analysis of Regional Market Impact of EPA’s Clean Power Plan: Mass-based vs. Rate-based Standard
Duan Zhang
Yihsu Chen
University of California Santa Cruz
Makoto Tanaka
GRIPS (Graduate Institute for Policy Studies )
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What are the Welfare Consequences of Environmental Considerations in Power System Operations?
Alberto J Lamadrid
Lehigh University
Daniel L Shawhan
RFF
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Overlapping Regulatory Authorities: Strategic State Compliance with the Clean Power Plan within Wholesale Electricity Markets
Joel R Landry
Chiara Lo Prete
The Pennsylvania State University
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12. Solar Energy (Commonwealth 2)

Maureen Lorenzetti, Presiding
Senior Communications Officer
World Bank Group

Evaluation of Influential Factors in the Choice of Micro-generation Solar Systems
Mehrshad Radmehr
Newcastle University
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Store or Sell? The Emissions and Economic Effects of Taking Rooftop Solar Off-grid
Eric Hittinger
Assistant Professor, Rochester Institute of Technology
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Evaluating the Economics of Solar PV for Residential, Commercial, and Industrial Customers
Shelly Hagerman
Paulina Jaramillo
Morgan Granger
Carnegie Mellon University
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Middle Ground in Customer-Utility Relationship? Analyzing the Drivers of Variations in Deployment Models for Community Solar
Erik J Funkhouser
Griselda Blackburn
Clare Magee
Varun Rai
University of Texas at Austin
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13. Energy Efficiency (Benedum)

Clifford Lipscomb, Presiding
Director, Economic Research
Greenfield Advisors

The Effect of U.S. Electricity Prices on the Purchase of Energy - Efficient Appliances and Implications for the Effects of Carbon Pricing
Peter M Schwarz
Craig Depken
UNC Charlotte
Michael Herron
Premier Health Alliance
Benjamin Correll
Pricewaterhouse Coopers
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The Peculiar Economics of Federal Energy Management
Michael E Canes
Distinguished Fellow, LMI
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Do Consumers know how much Electricity is used by their Appliances?
Vedran Lesic
Wandi Bruine de Bruin
Centre for Decision Research, Leeds University Business School
Ines Lima Azevedo
Tamar Krishnamurti
Department of Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University
Matthew Davis
Socio-Technological Centre, Leeds University Business School
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Is our Everyday Comfort for Sale? - Preferences for Demand Management on the Electricity Market
Lars Persson
Thomas Broberg
Umeå University
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Firm Characteristics and Compliance Behavior in China's Industrial Energy Conservation Program
Da Zhang
Valerie Karplus
MIT
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14. The State of Energy Economics Education Session (Brigade)

University panelists
Sanya Carley, Co-Presider (Indiana University, the MPA/MS in Public Affairs and Environmental Science)
Seth Blumsack, Co-Presider (Penn State, the B.S. in Energy Business and Finance)
Harrison Fell (Colorado School of Mines, the Ph.D. program in Energy and Mineral Economics)
Tim Coburn (University of Tulsa, Director of the Master's of Energy Business)

Practitioner panelists
Troy Thompson ( Chevron)
Peter Balash (National Energy Technology Laboratory)
Diana Stares (Center for Energy Policy and Management, Washington & Jefferson College )

Student interest in energy economics and policy has been growing to the point where many educational programs that are broadly focused on economic and policy studies are either creating energy-specific degree options (e.g. an energy-focused MBA degree) or creating separate energy-focused degree programs entirely. This evolution is occurring at all levels of higher education, but in the race to create competitive energy-focused degree options or programs there have been very few broad conversations surrounding best practices for these programs, how energy-focused programs could or should be different or special, and how curriculum design should be aligned with the needs of the practitioner sector. This concurrent session is intended to start a broader conversation between the university educators and practitioners, focused on education specific to energy economics and policy studies. The session will feature brief presentations from university speakers representing undergraduate, professional degree, and research-based graduate programs. Practitioners from the industry, government and non-profit sectors will react to what they have heard, and identify needs or gaps in existing university programs. The session structure will allow ample time for open discussion.

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15. Renewable Energy Economics (Sterlings 1)

Kim F. Coffman, Presiding
Economist
US Bur of Ocean Engy Mgmt

Water Scarcity, Market Power and Reservoir Management in Hydro Based Electricity Market – Evidence from New Zealand
Oliver R Browne
University of Chicago
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Wind and Solar for Electricity - Experiences in Europe and Germany
Hermann-Josef Wagner
Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum, Lehrstuhl Energiesysteme und Energiewirtschaft
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How to Measure the Cost per Tonne of CO2 Avoided via Renewables
James L. Plummer
President, Climate Economics Foundation
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Stochastic Techno-economic Evaluation of Cellulosic Biofuel Pathways
Xin Zhao
Wallace E Tyner
Purdue University
Tristan R Brown
State University of New York, College of Environmental Science & Forestry
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United States - Japan Bilateral Enhanced Geothermal Systems Project
Andrew J Coleman
Electric Power Research Institute
Gene Suemnicht
EGS, Inc.
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16. Energy Demand Modeling (Kings Plaza)

David H. Knapp, Presiding
Managing Director - Energy Intelligence Research Division
Energy Intelligence Group

Energy Demand Elasticities and Weather Worldwide.
Carlo Andrea Bollino
Simona Bigerna
University of Perugia
Tarek Atallah
KAPSARC
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Modelling GCC Residential Energy Demand: The Importance of Weather and Stochastic Trends
Tarek N. Atallah
Lester C Hunt
KAPSARC
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Rational Habits in Residential Electricity Demand
Bettina Hirl
Università della Svizzera italiana
Massimo Filippini
Università della Svizzera italiana, Federal Institute of Technology Zurich
Giuliano Masiero
Università della Svizzera italiana, University of Bergamo
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US Energy Surprises Have Become More Frequent: Retrospective Analysis of U.S. Energy Forecasts
Evan D Sherwin
Inês L Azevedo
Carnegie Mellon University
Max Henrion
Lumina Decision Systems, Inc.
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17. Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Mitigation (Sterlings 3)

Benjamin Schlesinger, Presiding
President
Benjamin Schlesinger & Assoc. LLC

Prioritizing GHG Mitigation Options in Georgia: Development of Marginal Abatement Cost Curves for the Building Sector
Govinda R Timilsina
The World Bank
Eduard Karapoghosyan
Center of the Scientific Research Institute of Energy, Yerevan, Armenia
Anna Sikharulidze
Sustainable Development Centre Remissa, Tbilisi, Georgia
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Cost-aware Load Shifting for Geographically Distributed Data Centers
Nathaniel Horner
Yuvraj Agarwal
Inês Azevedo
Carnegie Mellon University
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Marginal Cost Curves for Ozone Abatement in the Electricity Sector
Nicholas H Johnson
Seth Blumsack
Pennsylvania State University
James McCann
Environ Corporation
Evan Couzo
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Clayton Barrows
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
J J West
William Vizuete
University of North Carolina
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Cost-effectiveness of Power Plant Cooling System Retrofits as a Climate Adaptation Strategy
Aviva Loew
Haibo Zhai
Paulina Jaramillo
Carnegie Mellon University
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18. Electricity Price (Kings Terrace)

Clarence L. Lyons, Presiding
Project Manager
Electric Power Research Institute

Welfare Impacts of Single-Provider Residential-Electricity-Service Price Discrimination - Part 2 With Conjectural Changes in Building Stock Floorspace
Daniel M Hamblin
President, Dan Hamblin & Associates, Inc.
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Electricity Prices, Income and Residential Electricity Consumption
Yanming Sun
East China Normal University
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Volatility in Electricity Prices – A Study of Recent Shifts
Roy Endré Dahl
PhD, University of Stavanger
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Welfare Effects of Dynamic Retail Pricing in The Presence of Fluctuating Renewable Energy Supply, Carbon Taxation And Planning Reserve Margin Constraints
Christian Gambardella
Michael Pahle
Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)
Wolf-Peter Schill
German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin)
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The Effect of Hydro and Wind Generation on the Mean and Volatility of Electricity Prices in Spain
Joao Pereira
Vasco Pesquita
Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Paulo Rodrigues
Banco de Portugal
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 19-27
Tuesday, October 27, 8:30 - 10:15am

19. Renewable Energy (Kings Garden 1,2)

Jay Apt, Presiding
Professor
Carnegie Mellon University

Geographic Smoothing of Solar PV: Results from Gujarat
Kelly Klima
Jerome Apt
Engineering & Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University
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Bankability of Concentrated Solar Power in India: A Plant-Configuration Case Study in Hyderabad, Bangalore, and Mumbai
Zhimin Mao
Oluwatobi Oluwatola
Pardee RAND Graduate School
Thirumalai NC
Center for Science and Technology Policy (CSTEP)
Aimee Curtright
RAND Corporation
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Energy Storage for Renewable Deployment in India: Potential, Economics and Technology Options
Mridula D Bharadwaj
Mohd. Saquib
Bishal M Mazumdar
Center for Study of Science,Technology & Policy
Aimee Curtright
RAND Corporation
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Let there be Light: Green Industrial Policy and Energy Poverty in India
Tobi A Oluwatola
Pardee RAND Graduate School
Sharath Rao
Center for Science and Technology Policy (CSTEP)
Aimee Curtright
RAND Corporation
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20. Environmental Policy and the Electricity Sector (Commonwealth 1)

Seth Blumsack, Presiding
Associate Professor
Pennsylvania State University

Evaluation of Policy Instruments to Reduce Electricity Consumption
Steven L Puller
Texas A&M University
Gonzalo Sanchez
Escuela Politecnica Superior de Litoral
Michael K Price
Georgia State
Jose Pellerano
Universidad Iberoamericano
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Buy, Lease, Or PPA? Drivers of the Mode of Consumer Energy Technology Adoption
Varun Rai
D. Cale Reeves
The University of Texas at Austin
Robert Margolis
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
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Regulatory Distortions To Capital: Coal Stockpiles at U.S Power Plants
Akshaya Jha
Assistant Professor, Carnegie Mellon University
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Environmental Benefit-Cost Analysis And The National Accounts
Nicholas Muller
Carnegie Mellon and NBER
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21. Electric Vehicles: Studies on Pollution, Consumers, and Policies (Commonwealth 2)

Ines Azevedo, Presiding
Associate Professor
Carnegie Mellon University

Spatial Heterogeneity in the Environmental Benefit from Driving Electric Vehicles
Andrew Yates
Andrew J Yates
UNC-Chapel HIll
Erin T Mansur
Dartmouth College
NIcholas Z Muller
MIddlebury College
Stephen P Holland
UNC-G
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The Electric Vehicle Attitude-behavior Gap: Moving Beyond the Early Adopters
Sanya Carley
Kyle Clark-Sutton
John D Graham
School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University
Bradley Lane
Rachel Krause
School of Public Affairs & Administration, University of Kansas
Saba Siddiki
Jerome Dumortier
School of Public and Environmental Affairs, IUPUI
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Unintended Consequences: Why U.S. Alternative Fuel Vehicle Adoption Increases Gasoline Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Jeremy J Michalek
Inês Azevedo
Alan Jenn
Carnegie Mellon University
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Life Cycle Air Emissions Externality Implications of Electric Vehicle Adoption in the U.S.: A Comparison of Empirical and Normative Approaches
Paulina Jaramillo
Jeremy Michalek
Allison Weis
Ines Azevedo
Chris Hendrickson
Mili-Ann Tamayao
Carnegie Mellon University
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22. ABCs of Energy Policy (Benedum)

Lori Smith Schell, Presenter
President
Empowered Energy

Conference delegates who are relatively new to energy will benefit from this interactive tutorial providing an alphabetical introduction to many issues that impact or are impacted by energy policy. Questions will be answered as they arise to maximize delegate participation and the knowledge gained from the tutorial.

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23. Energy Investment and Finance (Brigade)

Anas Alhajji, Presiding
Chief Economist
NGP Energy Capital Management

What Motivates the Merger and Acquisition Activities in the U.S. Oil and Gas Upstream Sectors?
Zhen Zhu
Kuang-Chung Hsu
University of Central Oklahoma
Michael A Wright
University of North Texas
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Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Financing Model for Micro-Grids
Kaveh Gharieh
Khashayar Mahani
Mohsen A Jafari
Rutgers
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Risk and Abnormal Returns in Markets for Financial Transmission Rights
Rimvydas Baltaduonis
James Myers
Nathan Blyler
Gettysburg College
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Financial Arbitrage And Efficient Dispatch In Wholesale Electricity Markets
John Parsons
Sloan School of Management, MIT
Cathleen Colbert
Erin Mastrangelo
Jeremy Larrieu
Taylor Martin
FERC
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Oil Market Effects of Recent, Planned and Potential Fossil Fuel Subsidies Reforms
Kristine M Grimsrud
Lars Lindholt
Statistics Norway
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24. Electricity Storage (Sterlings 1)

Andrew Coleman, Presiding
Senior Technical Executive
EPRI

The Value of Electricity Storage Systems with Multiple Discharge Opportunities in Energy and Ancillary Markets
Andrew N Kleit
Joohyun Cho
Penn State University
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Energy Storage Optimization: A Techno-economic Analysis of Battery Chemistries in Hybrid Microgrids
Rebecca Ciez
Jay F Whitacre
Carnegie Mellon University
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Optimising Energy Storage to Balance High Levels of Intermittent Renewable Generation
Paul E Dodds
University College London
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Hydrogen Energy Storage and Power-to-Gas: Establishing Criteria for Successful Business Cases
Joshua Eichman
Marc Melaina
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
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I Can’t Do It On My Own: The Economics of Distributed PV/Battery Systems to Reduce Grid Reliance
Roger Lueken
Philip Hanser
The Brattle Group
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25. Efficient Lighting and Green Building (Kings Plaza)

Behjat Hojjati, Presiding
Industry Economist
Energy Information Administration

What's Driving Energy Efficient LED Lighting Lamp Purchase Propensity?
Yan Li
Xiaoqun Jiang
Renmin Univeristy of China
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Factors Influencing Commercial Buildings To Obtain Green Certificates
Yueming Qiu
Arizona State University
Xin Su
Renmin University of China
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Energy: Intensity, Technology and Institutions
Francisco Javier Ramos-Real
Carmen Alvarez Albelo
Gustavo Marrero Díaz
Universidad de La Laguna
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Trends in Efficient Lighting Adoption Across the US
Jihoon Min
Jeremy Michalek
Ines Azevedo
Carnegie Mellon University
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Energy Lean Urban Development
Gunnar S Eskeland
Norwegian School of Economics
Somik Lall
World Bank
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26. Gasoline Price, Demand and Taxes (Sterlings 3)

Robert E. Borgstrom, Presiding
Advisor on Energy Regulation
Independent Consultant

Evidence of Asymmetric Behavioral Responses to changes in Gasoline Prices and Taxes for Different Fuel Types
Raul Bajo-Buenestado
Rice University
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The Heterogeneous Effects of Gasoline Taxes: Why Where We Live Matters
Heather M Stephens
West Virginia University
Elisheba Spiller
Environmental Defense Fund
Yong Chen
Oregon State University
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Price and Carbone Tax Effects on Gasoline and Diesel Demand
Jean-Thomas Bernard
Maral Kichian
Universite d'Ottawa
Grant Guenther
Transport Canada
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How to Estimate Gasoline Price Elasticities of Automobile Travel Demand
Julian Dieler
Ifo Institute
Colin Vance
RWI
Frank Goetzke
University of Louisville
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Heterogeneity in the Response to Gasoline Prices: Evidence from Pennsylvania and Implications for the Rebound Effect
Alan Jenn
Ines Azevedo
Alan Jenn
Carnegie Mellon University
Kenneth Gillingham
Yale University
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27. Electricity Generation (Kings Terrace)

Kim F. Coffman, Presiding
Economist
US Bur of Ocean Engy Mgmt

On The Economic Optimization of National Power Generation Mix in Iran:"A Markowitz' Portfolio-Based Approach"
Arash Farnoosh
Professor, IFPEN/IFP School
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Electricity Generating Capacity Expansion and Factor Utilization in the Dynamic Energy Landscape
Jeffrey C Peters
Thomas W Hertel
Center for Global Trade Analysis - Purdue University
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Outage Loss Differentials and Self-Generation: Evidence from African Business Enterprises
Musiliu O Oseni
Michael Pollitt
University of Cambridge, UK
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Understanding the 2001-2003 Boom in Natural Gas Capacity in the U.S. Electricity Sector
Kelly A Stevens
Maxwell School, Syracuse University
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 28-36
Tuesday, October 27, 2:00- 3:45pm

28. Hydraulic Fracturing and Shale Gas (Kings Garden 1,2)

Shree Vikas, Presiding
Director, Tech & Projects
ConocoPhillips

A Structural Overview of the U.S. Hydraulic Fracturing Industry
Troy N Thompson
Vignesh Natrajan
Amy Brock
Chevron
Richard Spears
Spears and Associates
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Competition for Water: Farming vs. Fracking
Claudia M Hitaj
Economic Research Service, USDA
Jeremy G Weber
University of Pittsburgh
Andrew Boslett
University of Rhode Island
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Shale Gas Development and Mineral Rights: A Hedonic Valuation of Environmental Costs of Drilling in Western Colorado
Andrew J Boslett
Todd Guilfoos
University of Rhode Island
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Shale Gas Production in the U.S.: Projecting Investment, Technology and Cost Impacts on Reserves
La Tonya Walker
Peter H Kobos
La Tonya N Walker
Leonard A Malczynski
Sandia National Laboratories
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Labor Market Dynamics and The Unconventional Natural Gas Boom: Evidence from the Marcellus Region
Timothy M Komarek
Old Dominion University
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29. Electricity Market Modeling (Commonwealth 2)

Sanya Carley, Presiding
Assoc Professor
Indiana University

A Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE) Analysis of Privatization Impact on Bangladesh Electricity Sector
Sakib Amin
Laura Marsiliani
Thomas I Renstrom
Durham University Business School
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Optimal Retail Choice in Modern Power Sectors
Felipe I Castro
Duncan S Callaway
UC Berkeley
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Modeling Grid Operations in China’s Partially-Restructured Electricity Market
Michael R Davidson
Valerie J Karplus
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Ignacio Perez-Arriaga
Comillas Pontifical University, Spain
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Assessing Environmental and Reliability Impacts of Flexible Ramp Products in Midcontinent ISO
Adam Cornelius
Dalia Patino-Echeverri
Rubenka Bandyopadhyay
Duke University
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Optimal Portfolios for Risk-averse Generators
Vitali Avagyan
Richard Green
Imperial College Business School
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30. Informal Exchange with Industry & Government (Commonwealth 1)

Alberto Lamadrid, Co-Presider (Assistant Professor, Lehigh University)
Paulina Jaramillo, Co-Presider (Assistant Professor, Carnegie Mellon University)

Industry, Government, and Academia: A Speed Networking Session

The U.S. energy system has undergone significant transformations during the last decades. In the midst of these changes, advances in electrified transportation, a greater awareness of the environmental effects of the energy supply chain amongst other factors has prompted a movement to re-invent our energy system. The new objectives include a better understanding and accounting of planning and operational uncertainty, improved environmental sustainability by reducing emissions of greenhouse gases and other air and water pollutants and increasing resource efficiency, and economic and reliable operation of existing assets.

This session seeks to engage Industry participants, Government, and Academia in a dialogue about the challenges and opportunities of this new energy revolution. Through a “speed networking” format, academic participants will rotate through a sequence of tables; each table will have a pre-selected representative from industry or government. In this format, participants will participate in brief exchanges during a set period of time (15 minutes per table) with the aim of creating opportunities for interactions and sharing of ideas that could later lead to collaborations.

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31. Vulnerability of the Fleet of Coal-fired Power Plants to Renewables and Natural Gas (Benedum)

Kelly Klima, Presiding
Assistant Professor
Lehigh University

Estimating the Need for New Electricity Capacity Due to Operational Shortfalls in the Existing Fleet
Chris Nichols
Gavin Pickenpaugh
US DOE NETL
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Electricity Generation Missing Markets with CO2 Emission Constraints
David K Schmalzer
Donald A Hanson
Argonne National Laboratory
Peter C Balash
Christopher Nichols
National Energy Technology Laboratory
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Construction and Simulation of Robust Electric Power Futures
Donald A Hanson
David K Schmalzer
Argonne National Laboratory
Peter C Balash
Christopher Nichols
National Energy Technology Laboratory
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Cost Impacts of Cycling Coal-Fired Power Plants to Meet Future CO2 Regulations
Eric Grol
U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory
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32. Climate Policies (Brigade)

Haibo Zhai, Presiding
Assistant Research Professor
Carnegie Mellon University

The Relationship between Shale Gas Production and Carbon Capture and Storage under CO2 Taxes: MARKAL Modeling
Nadejda Victor
Booz Allen Hamilton
Chris Nichols
NETL DOE
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Is Natural Gas Still a Bridge to the Future ?
Jean-Pierre M Favennec
President, WDCooperation
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Public Acceptance of the German Energy Transition - An Experimental Study on Distributional Preferences
Ole Kutzschbauch
Stefan Traub
Helmut Schmidt University Hamburg
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U.S. Emissions and Technology Pathways in Meeting 2050 Goals: The Roles of Temporal Flexibility and Technological Uncertainty
John E Bistline
Electric Power Research Institute
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Large Dams in the Amazon vs. Other Energy Alternatives: A Comparison of Costs, GHG Emissions and Land Use
Felipe Faria
Paulina Jaramillo
Carnegie Mellon University
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33. Renewable Energy- Intermittency Issues (Sterlings 1)

Eric Hittinger, Presiding
Assistant Professor
Rochester Institute of Technology

Has Wind Energy Forecasting Solved the Challenge Posed by Intermittency? Evidence from the United Kingdom
Kevin F Forbes
Ernest M Zampelli
Catholic University of America
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The Impact of Intermittent Renewable Energy Sources on Wholesale Electricity Prices
Felix Muesgens
Technical University of Brandenburg
Thomas Moebius
Technical University of Cottbus
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Ultra Low Carbon Electricity Systems: Intermittent (Renewables) or Baseload (Nuclear and CCS)?
Jared Moore
Independent Researcher, Meridian Energy Policy
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34. Oil and Gas Market (Kings Plaza)

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

Security of Gas Supply and Energy Market Regulation: Outlook and Implications in the EU
Tade Oyewunmi
Center for Climate Change, Energy and Environmental Law, University of Eastern Finland
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Evaluating the Stability of China's Natural Gas Supply: Ecological Network Analysis
Faheemullah Shaikh
Faheem Shaikh, Centre for Energy & Environment Policy Research, Institute of Policy & Management, Chinese Academy of Sciences
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Aggregate Demand Change and Oil Production: Reconsideration
Narjes Zamani
Masao Ogaki
Keio University
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On the Limits of Cooperation in the Arctic to Stabilize Energy Supply
Lisa Schulten
Alberto Vesperoni
University of Siegen
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35. Energy Modeling (Sterlings 3)

Anastasia Shcherbakova, Presiding
Clinical Asst Professor
University of Texas as Dallas

Growth and Competition in Renewable Energy Industries: Insights from an Integrated Assessment Model with Strategic Firms
Benjamin D Leibowicz
Stanford University
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The Energy Market Shocks and the Inter-market Linkages
Ahmed AA Khalifa
Qatar University
AbdulWahab AlSarhan
The Public Authority for Applied Education and Training
Pietro Bertuccelli
Università degli Studi di Messina
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Modelling Bioenergy Technologies in Malaysia's Power Sector - Long Term Planning Strategies
Dayang Ratnasari Abu Bakar
Gabrial Anandarajah
University College London
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The Effect of Clean Electricity on CO2 Emissions from Plug-in Electric Vehicles
Joseph F DeCarolis
Samaneh Babaee
NC State University
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A Patent Citation Growth Model for Assessing Quality of Energy Innovation
Zhongyang He
Dashun Wang
Zhen Lei
Pennsylvania State University
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36. Energy and the Environment (Kings Terrace)

Mike Troilo, Presiding
University of Tulsa

The Impact of Economic Growth and Trade on the Environment: The Canadian Case
Kayode E Olaide
Student, Memorial University of Newfoundland
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Multicriteria Analysis of Innovation Policies in Favor of Solar Mobility in France by 2030
Nathalie Popiolek
Senior Expert, CEA, Paris-Saclay University
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Rare Earth Substitutability in Clean Energy Technology: Using Expert Elicitation to Estimate Elasticities
Braeton J Smith
Roderick G Eggert
Division of Economics and Business, Colorado School of Mines
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Reforming Energy Consumption Subsidies Supported by Direct Deposit to Consumers
Hossein Mirzapour
Michèle Breton
HEC Montreal
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 37-45
Wednesday, October 28, 10:30am - 12:15pm

37. Oil Price Uncertainty (Kings Garden 1,2)

Troy N. Thompson, Presiding
Business Planning & Analytics Mgr
Chevron

OPEC in the News: The Effect of OPEC on Oil Price Uncertainty
Michael Plante
Senior Research Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
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Implications of US Oil Production on Oil Prices
Nourah A AlYousef
King Saud University
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Causes and Consequences of Oil Price Shocks: A VECM-based Decomposition Analysis
Gbadebo Oladosu
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
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Volatility Spillovers in North American Energy Markets
Neil A Wilmot
University of Minnesota Duluth
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A Small Open Economy DSGE Model For Oil Exporting Emerging Economy
Fred Ogli Iklaga
University of Surrey
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38. Energy and the Economy (Commonwealth 1)

Karl J. Nalepa, Presiding
President
Resolved Energy Consulting

Wage Inflation in Alberta’s Oil and Gas Sector
Noha A. Razek
China Institute, University of Alberta
Emilson Silva
School of Business, University of Alberta
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Natural Resources, Energy Supply and Economic Growth: What Does Diversification Achieve?
Fred B Olayele
Director, Canada Africa Partnership for Energy and Infrastructure
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Capturing Rents from Natural Resource Abundance: Private Royalties from U.S. Onshore Oil and Gas Production
Jason P Brown
Timothy Fitzgerald
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Jeremy G Weber
University of Pittsburgh
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Employment Impacts of Oil and Gas Drilling: What's Next?
Mark J Agerton
Rice University
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Technological Change in Resource Extraction and Endogenous Growth
Martin Stuermer
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Research Department
Gregor Schwerhoff
Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
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39. Natural Gas Market and Pipelines (Commonwealth 2)

Robert Kleinberg, Presiding
Unconventional Resources
Schlumberger Research

Estimating the Market Impact of Natural Gas Pipeline Expansion
Andrew N Kleit
Seth N Blumsack
Chiara N Lo Prete
Nongchao N Guo
Penn State University
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Regulatory Reform and Network Expansion: The Case of the Japanese Natural Gas Industry
Masahiro Ishii
Sophia University
Koichiro Tezuka
Nihon University
Satoru Hashimoto
Teikyo University
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Analysis of Declining Henry Hub Liquidity in North American Gas Market
Bradford Leach
Energy Advisory Services LLC
Benjamin Schlesinger
Benjamin Schlesinger and Associates
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Flaring of Associated Natural Gas in the Bakken Shale
Timothy Fitzgerald
Case Stiglbauer
Montana State University
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40. Transportation Fuels (Benedum)

Ahmed Khalifa, Presiding
Dept of Finance & Economics
Qatar University

Spatial Analysis of Air Quality Impacts from using Natural Gas for Road Transportation
Fan Tong
Ines Azevedo
Paulina Jaramillo
Carnegie Mellon University
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Historical and Contemporary Consumer Valuations of Fuel Economy and Other Measures of Vehicle Utility
Richard A Simmons
Wallace E Tyner
Purdue University
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Assesment of Engine Technologies and Fuels for Environmentally Friendly Sea Transport with Focus on Cost, Emissions and Environmental Impact
Haakon-Elizabeth Lindstad
MARINTEK
Gunnar S. Eskeland
Norwegian School of Finance
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Estimating the Fuel Economy of Autonomous Vehicles
Avi C Mersky
Constantine Samaras
Carnegie Mellon University
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Alternative Transportation Fuel Investment Risks Due to Technological and Petroleum Price Uncertainty
Marc W Melaina
Yongling Sun
Brian Bush
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
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41. Nuclear Energy (Brigade)

Hisanori Nei, Presiding
Professor
National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies

Phasing out Nuclear Power in Europe
Rolf Golombek
Hilde Hallre Le Tissier
Frisch Centre
Finn R Aune
Statistics Norway
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Quantifying the Social Costs of Nuclear Energy: Perceived Risk of Accident at Nuclear Power Plant
Anni Huhtala
Piia Remes
VATT Institute for Economic Research
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Historical Construction Costs of Global Nuclear Power
Arthur Yip
Jessica Lovering
Ted Nordhaus
Breakthrough Institute
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Estimating the Costs of Uranium Recovery from Phosphoric Acid in the United States
Haeyeon Kim
Roderick Eggert
Colorado School of Mines
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42. Petroleum and the Economy (Sterlings 1)

Latika Lagalo, Presiding
Assistant Professor of Economics
Michigan Technological University

Dilemmas in Energy Consumption, International Trade and Employment: Analyzing the Impact of Embodied Energy in Traded Goods on Employment in China
Xu Tang
Zhu Sun
China University of Petroleum
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Oil Price Fluctuations and Unemployment in Kern County: An ARDL Bounds Testing Approach
Nyakundi M Michieka
Richard S Gearhart
California State University, Bakersfield
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The Impact of Oil Prices on Heart Attacks and Diabetes in Central-Southern California
Richard S Gearhart
Nyakundi M Michieka
California State University, Bakersfield
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The Impact of Oil Expenses and Credit on the U.S. GDP.
Florent John Mc Isaac
University of Paris 1 - Panthéon-Sorbonne
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Demand and Supply Shocks in the Oil Market: Evidence from Developed Countries
Latika Lagalo
Yeonwoo Rho
Michigan Technological University
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43. Electricity Transmission and Distribution (Kings Plaza)

Thomas E. Drennen, Presiding
Professor of Economics
Hobart and William Smith Colleges

Quality of Service Regulation, Firm Size, Technical Efficiency and Productivity in Electricity Distribution
Livingstone Senyonga
Olvar Bergland
NMBU-School of Economics and Business
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Short-term Energy Storage for Stabilizing the High Voltage Transmission Grid: A Real Options Analysis
Reinhard Madlener
Katrin Ilian
RWTH Aachen University
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Making the Case for Interregional Transmission Projects: Evaluation of Benefits and Allocation of Costs
Jose F Prada
Marija D Ilic
Carnegie Mellon University
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Potential Benefits of Long-distance Electricity Transmission in China for Air Quality and Climate
Wei Peng
Denise L Mauzerall
Princeton University
Yu Zhao
Nanjing University
Meiyun Lin
NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
Jiahai Yuan
North China Electric Power University
Qiang Zhang
Tsinghua University
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44. Climate Change Issues (Sterlings 3)

Scott Nystrom, Presiding
Senior Economic Associate
Regional Economic Models Inc

Asymmetric Effects of the Business Cycle on Carbon Dioxide Emissions: A New Layer of Climate Change Uncertainty
Tamara L Sheldon
University of South Carolina
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Water Use of Thermoelectric Power Plants under Low-Carbon Futures: A Case Study in New Mexico
Jeffrey J Anderson
Haibo Zhai
Edward S Rubin
Carnegie Mellon University
Peter H Kobos
Vincent C Tidwell
Sandia National Laboratories
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Dynamic Macroeconomics Under Ecological and Financial Constraints
Ekaterina Zatsepina
University Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne
Gaël Giraud
AFD
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Uncertainty in Climate Effects of Power from Coal and Natural Gas with CCS
Greg Schivley
Paulina Jaramillo
Costantine Samaras
Carnegie Mellon University
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45. Energy and Fuel Efficiency (Kings Terrace)

Robert J. Brecha, Presiding
Professor
University of Dayton

The Impact of Coal-electricity Linkage Policy on the Cost Efficiency of China’s Thermal Power Plants
Bai-Chen Xie
Na Duan
Tianjin University
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Stochastic Techno-Economic Analysis of Alcohol-to-Jet Fuel Pathway from Three Different Feedstocks
Guolin Yao
Wallace E Tyner
Purdue University
Robert Malina
Mark D Staples
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Maximizing Vehicle Fuel Economy Improvement in APEC Region
Atit Tippichai
Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre
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Does Diesel Price Matter? Estimate the Elasticities of Trucking Behaviors with Respect to Fuel Prices
Jen Z He
Ph.D. Student, University of Maryland
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