Concurrent Sessions & Inaugural Government Track

CONCURRENT SESSIONS & INAUGURAL GOVERNMENT TRACK 1-6
Monday October 24 from 11:00 - 12:45pm

Inaugural Government Track

1. Transition from the Point of View of the Incoming Political Party (Promenade Ballroom A)

This session sets the stage for the full series with a brief explanation of the mechanics of the Presidential transition process, including what happens and over what timelines, legal guidelines, and recent changes designed to make the process smoother. The panelists will use their experiences as former high-level Federal appointees to provide the perspectives of incoming administrations, with the goal of helping others prepare for the upcoming Presidential transition.

Abe Haspel, Presiding
Former Assistant Deputy Secretary, Department of the Interior
Deputy Assistant Secretary, Department of Energy; (Currently, President, Cogent Analysis Group, LLC)
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Brian Waidmann
Former Chief of Staff to two Cabinet Secretaries (Interior); Senior Advisor, (George W.) Bush Administration Transition Team; (Currently Chief of Staff, American Council of Life Insurers)
Elgie Holstein
Former member of Obama transition team; Chief of Staff, Department of Energy; (Currently, Senior Director for Strategic Planning, Environmental Defense Fund)
Ross Swimmer
Former Principal Chief, Cherokee Nation; Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs and Special Trustee for American Indians, Department of the Interior; (Currently, Partner, Native American Fund Advisors, LLC)

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2. Energy, Environment, and Financial Issues (Tulsa Ballroom Central)

Adonis Yatchew, Presiding
Professor Department of Economics
University of Toronto

The Impacts of Environmental Policies on Stock Prices of Energy Companies in China
Xiaoli Zhao
Ye Fan
China University of Petroleum (Beijing)
Xueying Yu
Beihang University
Ming Fang
Xinjiang University of Finance and Economics
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Technology-Push, Demand-Pull, and Strategic R&D Investment
Benjamin D Leibowicz
Assistant Professor, University of Texas at Austin
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Risk, Liability, and the Costs of CO2 Sequestration
Steven T. Anderson
Economist, U.S. Geological Survey
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Andy Coleman, Discussant
Government Lead
ERPI

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3. Topics in Natural Gas (Directors 3 Room)

Michael Plante, Presiding
Senior Research Economist
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

Weather Forecast, Forecast Revisions and Natural Gas Price Dynamics
Zhen Zhu
Kuang-Chung Hsu
Xixi Zhang
Brittany Petty
University of Central Oklahoma
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United States Natural Gas (LNG) Exports: Challenges and Opportunities
Ronald D Ripple
Professor, University of Tulsa
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The Causal Relationship in North American Energy Production
Neil A Wilmot
Ariuna Taivan
University of Minnesota Duluth
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Limitations on Natural Gas Combined Cycle (NGCC) Capacity Under Deep CO2 Reduction Scenarios
Donald A Hanson
Argonne National Laboratory
David K Schmalzer
Argonne National Lab
Christopher Nichols
National Energy Technology Laboratory
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Robert L. Kleinberg, Discussant
Unconventional Resources
Schlumberger Research

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4. Oil Pricing Issues (Tulsa Ballroom South)

Andrew Slaughter, Presiding
Executive Director
Deloitte Services LP

Can Oil Price Developments Explain Cost Overruns in Petroleum Projects?
Atle Oglend
Roy Endré Dahl
Sindre Lorentzen
Petter Osmundsen
University of Stavanger
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Crude Oil Exports and Shipping Constraints in the Global Market. Empirical Evidence Explaining Crude Price Differentials
Gregory B Upton
Louisiana State University
Mark Agerton
Rice University
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What Price for Oil in 2017?
Jean-Pierre M Favennec
Professor, WDCooperation
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Andre Plourde, Discussant
Dean Faculty of Public Affairs
Carleton University

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5. Best Paper Session (Diplomat Room)

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

Fracking and Land Productivity: Effects of Hydraulic Fracturing on Agriculture
Naima Farah
PhD candidate, University of Calgary
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Voting Behavior in the PJM Regional Transmission Organization
Kyungjin Yoo
Seth Blumsack
Penn State University
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The Private and Social Value of Blackout Risk Reduction
Anand Govindarajan
Pennsylvania State University
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How does Fuel Cost Aff ect Heavy-duty Truckers' Decisions?
Jen Z. He
University of Maryland
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6. Current Topics in Nuclear and Coal Energy (Tulsa Ballroom North)

Peter Balash, Presiding
Senior Economist
US Department of Energy - NETL

One Conspirator or Two in the Death of the Coal Miner’s Daughter
Kirk Philipich
Bruce Bublitz
University of Michigan - Dearborn
Ramachandran Ramanan
University of Notre Dame
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Market and Welfare Analysis of Nuclear Power Plant Shutdowns
Jung You
California State University-East Bay
Minsoo Jeong
Yonsei University-Wonju
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Making Energy Policy: Toward a Framework of Analysis
Peter Z Grossman
Efroymson Professor of Economics, Butler University
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Hisanori Nei, Discussant
Professor
GRIPS

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CONCURRENT SESSIONS & INAUGURAL GOVERNMENT TRACK 7-12
Monday, October 24 from 4:30 - 6:15pm

Inaugural Government Track

7. Transition from the Point of View of Agency Personnel (Promenade Ballroom A)

Speakers will provide the perspectives of agency incumbents charged with assisting incoming officials in getting up to speed quickly and identifying the most urgent and important actions required of them to achieve their objectives. They will use their experiences with previous transitions to help others understand how they can prepare for coming Presidential transition.

Abe Haspel, Presiding
Former Assistant Deputy Secretary, Department of the Interior
Deputy Assistant Secretary, Department of Energy; (Currently, President, Cogent Analysis Group, LLC)

Howard Gruenspecht
U.S. Energy Information Administration, former Deputy Assistant Secretary and Director in Office of Policy, Department of Energy
Jane Lyder
Former Deputy Assistant Secretary and Legislative Counsel, Department of the Interior
Tom Russo
More than 30 years as Manager and Sr. Energy Industry Analyst, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission; (Currently, President, Russo on Energy LLC)

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8. Hedging Energy Price Risk (Tulsa Ballroom Central)

Eric Hittinger, Presiding
Assistant Professor
Rochester Institute of Technology

Should Public Agencies Engage in Fuel Hedging?
Michael E Canes
Distinguished Fellow, LMI
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The Stability of Energy Prices in the New Decade: The Case of European and U.S. Oil and Natural Gas Prices
Roy Endre Dahl
Atle Oglend
University of Stavanger
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A Review of the Literature on Commodity Risk Management with a Focus on Energy Risk Management
Betty J Simkins
David A. Carter
Oklahoma State University
Stephen D. Treanor
California State University, Chico
Daniel A. Rogers
Portland State University
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Kenneth Gillingham, Discussant
Assistant Professor of Economics
Yale University

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9. Lessons from the Clean Power Plan (Tulsa Ballroom North)

Andy Coleman, Presiding
Government Lead
EPRI

Greenhouse Gas Spill-over from the U.S. Clean Power Plan into the Paris Agreement
Jeffrey C Peters
Stanford University
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Green Paradox: The Case of the Clean Power Plan
Isaac A Duah
Student, Washington State University
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Clean Power Plan Insights for Pennsylvania
Jeffrey J Anderson
Haibo Zhai
Paul Fischbeck
Carnegie Mellon University
David Rode
Quadrilateral Energy Group
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Utilization of Natural Gas Capacity in Response to U.S. Clean Power Plan
Kelly A. Stevens
Syracuse University
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Chiara Lo Prete, Discussant
Asst Professor Energy Economics
The Pennsylvania State University

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10. Macroeconomic Effects of Energy (Tulsa Ballroom South)

Jerald Fletcher, Presiding
Professor and Director
West Virginia University

Effects of Fluctuations in Oil Price on Macroeconomic Variables in Nigeria
Kayode E Olaide
Student, Carleton University
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A Macroeconomic Analysis of Lifting the U.S. Crude Export Ban
Michael Plante
Mine Yucel
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Nida Melek
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas
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Estimation of Rebound Effect in China’s Industrial Sector: A Multi-subsector Analysis
Baiding Hu
Lincoln University
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Tom Drennen, Discussant
Professor of Economics
Hobart and Williams Smith Colleges

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11. Innovations in Renewable Energy (Diplomat Room)

Dan Packey, Presiding
Professor
Curtin University of Technology

Hydro Farms: A New Innovation on a New Idea
Daniel J Packey
Yue Liu
Curtin University
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Local Demand-pull Policy and the Locus of Innovation: Evidence from Solar PV in China
Xue Gao
Varun Rai
The Univesrsity of Texas at Austin
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Renewable Self-reserve and Storage Management Under Market and Generation Uncertainties: Application to Ocean Wave Energy Farms
Kwami Senam Sedzro
Alberto J Lamadrid
Shalinee Kishore
Arindam Banerjee
Larry V Snyder
Lehigh University
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Marine Energy Conversion Technologies: Lowering the Levelized Cost of Energy through Control Systems, Materials Research, and Systems Engineering
Peter H Kobos
Vincent S Neary
Ryan G Coe
Bernadette A Hernandez-Sanchez
Sandia National Laboratories
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Greg Upton, Discussant
Assistant Professor
LSU Center for Energy Studies

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12. Water Management and Hydrocarbon Development (Directors 3 Room)

Olvar Bergland, Presiding
Professor
Norwegian Univ of Life Sciences

Mapping the Energy Footprint and Costs of Produced Water Management in the Permian Basin, New Mexico
Katie Zemlick
University of New Mexico
Elmira Kalhor

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Optimizing Production of Hydrocarbons and Water: Incentives for Goods and Bads
Janie M Chermak
University of New Mexico
Robert H Patrick
Rutgers University
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Samiha Khayyat, Discussant
King Abdulaziz University

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CONCURRENT SESSIONS & INAUGURAL GOVERNMENT TRACK 13-18
Tuesday, October 25 from 8:30 - 10:15am

Inaugural Government Track

13. Transition from the Point of View of Outside Stakeholders (Promenade Ballroom A)

Wrapping up the 3-part series, panelists will use their experience and perspectives as third party stakeholders to help both stakeholders and government/political staff understand how to minimize the potential difficulties for third-party stakeholders during the transition. They will reflect on the uncertainty that transition brings and what they have done to advance their missions and policies during these times of uncertainty. This will be followed by a guided panel discussion, including interaction with previous panel members and the audience.

Arnold Baker, Presiding
Former Chief Economist, Sandia National Laboratories
Director of Political Economic Analysis and other Management Positions, Atlantic Richfield Company; (Currently, principal of ABB Consulting)

Keller Staley
Senior Vice President, Longenecker & Associates; 30 years of experience managing complex, multimillion dollar contracts for Department of Energy
Mary Lashley Barcella
Director, North American Natural Gas, IHS Markit
John Jimison
Former Senior Counsel, Energy and Commerce Committee, House of Representatives; (Currently, Managing Director of the Energy Future Coalition)
John Felmy
Chief Economist (Retired), American Petroleum Institute; (Currently, Midnight Energy Economics)

We are delighted to have Stephen St. Marie, California PUC Advisor on Policy and Planning, serve as Rapporteur for the Government Track and each of its three panels, providing written panel summaries and an overall integration of advice and recommendations for future reference and for the benefit of those who cannot attend one or more sessions.

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14. Mitigation of Environmental Impact (Tulsa Ballroom Central)

Tom Drennen, Presiding
Professor of Economics
Hobart and William Smith Colleges

Positive Environmental Impacts from Reduced Levels of Energy Transportation – A Hidden Benefit of Self-Sufficiency?
Patricia S VanHorn
Owner/ Operator, Newland Consulting
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Energy Demand Decomposition and CO2 Emissions
Akinsehinwa Sharimakin
Anthony J Glass
Loughborough University
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How Much Does Increasing Non-fossil Fuels in Electricity Generation Reduce Carbon Dioxide Emissions?
Brantley Liddle
Energy Studies Insitute
Perry Sadorsky
York University
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Masahiro Sugiyama, Discussant
Assistant Professor
The University of Tokyo, PARI

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15. Factors Affecting Energy Efficiency and Implications for Country Policies (Tulsa Ballroom North)

Gurkan Kumbaroglu, Presiding
Professor
Bogazici University

Energy Efficiency in OECD Economies: Does Renewable Energy Matter?
Mahsa Moshrefi
Basil Sharp
The University of Auckland
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Simulation of Price Control for Different Grades of Gasoline: A Case of Indonesia
Muhammad I Akimaya
Colorado School of Mines
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Factors Affecting U.S. Commercial Buildings Energy Consumption
Behjat Hojjati
U.S. Energy Information Administration
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Analyzing Elasticity Trends for Singapore Household Electricity Demand – Implications for Policy Making and the Rebound Effect
Tian Sheng Allan Loi
Jia Le Ng
Energy Studies Institute
Soh Leng Loo

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Nyakundi M. Michieka, Discussant
Assistant Professor
California State University

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16. Locational Aspects of Petroleum (Tulsa Ballroom South)

Greg Upton, Presiding
Assistant Professor
LSU Center for Energy Studies

Performance of the U.S. Petroleum Infrastructure Under Future Oil Market Scenarios
Gbadebo Oladosu
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
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Physical Market and WTI/Brent Price Spread
Pan Liu
Dmitry Vedenov
Reid Stevens
Texas A&M University
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Mineral Rights Owners V.S. Producers: The Unintended Consequences of Well-Spacing Exceptions
Reid Stevens
Assistant Professor, Texas A&M University
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Robert Borgstrom, Discussant
Regulatory Advisor

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17. The Impacts of Regulations and Reforms in the Global Electricity Markets (Directors 3 Room)

Anas Alhajji, Presiding
Managing Partner
Energy Outlook Advisors LLC

An Empirical Analysis of the Effects of California's Cap-and-trade Program on Western Electricity Markets
Li Zhao
The Johns Hopkins University
Chiara Lo Prete
The Pennsylvania State University
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The Effects of Clean Electricity Certificates on the Value of Transmission Rights
Olvar Bergland
Norwegian University of Life Sciences
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Drivers of Electricity Distribution Costs and Tariffs in Uganda: The Roles of Reforms and Regulation
Livingstone Senyonga
Bergland Olvar
NMBU
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Seth Blumsack, Discussant
Assistant Professor
Penn State University

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18. Pricing Policy and Demand in the Global Gasoline Markets (Diplomat Room)

Yueming (Lucy) Qui, Presiding
Assistant Professor
Arizona State University

Gasoline Demand, Pricing Policy and Social Welfare in Saudi Arabia
Lester C Hunt
King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC)
Anwar Gasim
Tarek N Atalla
KAPSARC
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Second Degree Price Discrimination in Retail Gasoline Markets
Travis Roach
University of Central Oklahoma
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Anastasia Shcherbakova, Discussant
Clinical Asst Professor
University of Texas at Dallas

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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 19-23
Tuesday, October 25 from 2:00 - 3:45pm

19. Engineering and Economic Challenges in Wind and Solar Energy (Tulsa Ballroom North)

Peter Kobos, Presiding
Manager, Water Power Technologies
Sandia National Laboratories

The Influence of Spatial Setting and Socioeconomic Profile in Urban Areas in the Diffusion of Residential PV Systems
Marcello Graziano
Department of Geography, Central Michigan University
Maurizio Fiaschetti
DEFIMS, School of Oriental and African Studies
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Behavioral Drivers of Solar PV Consumer “Pull-forward” at Changes in Rebate Levels
D Cale Reeves
LBJ School of Public Affairs, UT Austin
Varun Rai
LBJ School of Public Affairs and the Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin
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Wind and Solar - Experiences in Europe and Germany with Self-sufficiency for Electricity
Hermann-Josef Wagner
Prof. Dr.-Ing., Ruhr-Universität Bochum
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Location, Location, Location: County-Level Costs and Benefits of Residential Solar Photovoltaics
Parth Vaishnav
Nathaniel Horner
Inês L Azevedo
Carnegie Mellon University
Jinhyok Heo
Cornell University
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Eric Hittinger, Discussant
Assistant Professor
Rochester Institute of Technology

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20. Energy Markets and the Environment (Tulsa Ballroom Central)

Govinda R Timilsina, Presiding
Senior Economist
The World Bank

Are Deregulated Electricity Market and Climate Policy Compatible? Lessons from Overseas, from Europe to Japan
Bianka Shoai-Tehrani
Yasuhide Nakagami
Keigo Akimoto
Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth (RITE)
Pascal Da Costa
Ecole Centrale Paris, Laboratoire de Genie Industriel
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Carbon Pricing and Cross-Border Electricity Trading for Climate Change Mitigation in South Asia
Govinda R Timilsina
Mike Toman
World Bank
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Environmental Implications of Carbon Limits on Market Penetration of Combined Heat and Power with the U.S. Energy Sector
Ozge Kaplan
Jonathan W Witt
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
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Alejandra Elizondo Cordero, Discussant
Research Fellow
CIDE

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21. Energy Modeling in the Power Sector (Tulsa Ballroom South)

Sanya Carley, Presiding
Assoc. Professor, School of Public Environmental Affairs
Indiana University

Identifying Pathways Toward Sustainable Electricity Supply and Demand Using Integrated Resource Strategic Planning Model for Saudi Arabia
Nabeel H Alabbas
Ph.D. Candidate, Center for Energy and Environmental Policy/University of Delaware (sponsored by Saudi Aramco)
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The Potential Role of Natural Gas Power Plants with Carbon Capture and Storage as a Bridge to a Low-carbon Future
Samaneh Babaee
Daniel Loughlin
US Environmental Protection Agency
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Integrated Modeling of the North American Gas & Power Market
Robert E Brooks
RBAC, Inc.
Rahul Dhal
EPIS LLC
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Estimating Consumer Preferences Among Diverse Electric Services
Alberto J Lamadrid
Lehigh University
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Andrew Slaughter, Discussant
Executive Director
Deloitte Services LP

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22. Energy and Economic Development (Promenade Ballroom A)

Michael L Troilo, Presiding
Associate Professor
The University of Tulsa

U.S. Natural Gas Development and Economic Growth: A State-Level Comparative Analysis
Michael L Troilo
Ronald D Ripple
The University of Tulsa
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Oil and Gas Development on Agricultural Lands
Claudia M Hitaj
Ken Erickson
Jeffrey Hopkins
Economic Research Service, USDA
Jeremy G Weber
University of Pittsburgh
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How Does Shale Oil and Gas Development Affect Local Economies?
Heather M Stephens
West Virginia University
Anil Rupasingha
USDA Economic Research Service
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Adonis Yatchew, Discussant
Professor Department of Economics
University of Toronto

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23. Petroleum and Factors of the Business Environment: Policy and Regulation (Diplomat Room)

Troy Thompson, Presiding
Business Planning & Analytics Mgr
Chevron

Regultaory Capture in Resource Booms
Timothy Fitzgerald
Texas Tech University
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A Structural Econometric Model of The Dynamic Game Between Petroleum Producers in The World Petroleum Market
Khaled H Kheiravar
C.-Y. Cynthia Lin Lawell
James B Bushnell
Erich J Muehlegger
Amy Jaffe
University of California at Davis
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Energy Hedging - A Fiduciary Responsibility
Seng Tom
Assistant Professor - Energy Business, The University of Tulsa
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John Holding, Discussant
Independent Energy Analyst

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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 24-28
Wednesday, October 26 from 10:30 - 12:15pm

24. Energy Influences on Labor and Capital Markets (Tulsa Ballroom South)

Robert Borgstrom, Presiding
Regulatory Advisor

An Empirical Analysis of The Effects of Oil Price Shocks on Sectoral Employment in Kern County
Nyakundi Michieka
Richard Gearhart
California State University, Bakersfield
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Causes and Consequences of Boom-Bust Cycles in Natural Gas Production Assets Investments
Joël Enderlin
Benoît Dal Ferro
ENGIE Strategy Division
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Macroscale Modeling Linking Energy and Debt
Jayaswal Harshit
Carey W. King
University of Texas at Austin
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Corey Young , Discussant
Shale Gas Program Coordinator
Washington and Jefferson College

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25. Current Perspectives on Energy Security and Energy Policy (Tulsa Ballroom Central)

Betty Simkins, Presiding
Professor of Finance
Oklahoma State University

Absorptive Capacity for Energy Policymaking: A Case of Energy-economic Modeling
Masahiro Sugiyama
Assistant Professor, Policy Alternatives Research Institute, the University of Tokyo
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The Real Costs of U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserves
Carol A Dahl
Colorado School of Mines
Jennifer I Considine
University of Dundee
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Energy Realities and U.S. Energy Policy
Betty Simkins
Oklahoma State University
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Effects of the North American Oil & Gas Development on the Nigerian Economy
Chinyere R Ikedi
Ayooluwa O Adewole
Centre For Petroleum Energy Economics And Law (CPEEL)
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Shree Vikas, Discussant
Dir., Tech & Projects
ConocoPhillips

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26. Effects of Incentives and Taxes in the Transportation Industry: A Global Perspective (Tulsa Ballroom North)

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

Investigating the Effects of Incentives on the Adoption of Electric Vehicles
Alan Jenn
University of California, Davis
Anand Gopal
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Katalin Springel
Gordon Bauer
University of California, Berkeley
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Modeling Supply and Demand in the Chinese Automobile Industry
Yuan Chen
UC Davis, Institute of Transportation Studies
Erich J. Muehlegger
C.-Y. Cynthia Lin Lawell
University of California at Davis
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Heterogeneous Responses and Differentiated Taxes
Jen Z He
University of Maryland
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Michael Canes, Discussant
Distinguished Fellow
Logistics Management Institute

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27. Challenges and Implications in Carbon Mitigation (Promenade Ballroom A)

Mark Agerton, Presiding
Student
Rice University

Role of Natural Gas in U.S. Carbon Mitigation when Future Expectations are Considered
Bryan K Mignone
ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company
Frances Wood
Sharon Showalter
OnLocation, Inc.
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Socio-economic Implications of Climate Stabilization Scenarios from MIROC Earth System Model
Diego Silva Herran
Kaoru Tachiiri
JAMSTEC
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China's Energy System Optimization Under INDC Commitments: Study Based on China-MAPLE Model
Xi Yang
Academy of Chinese Energy Strategy, China University of Petroleum
Xunzhang Pan

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Melanie Craxton, Discussant
Stanford University

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28. Current Issues in Global Electricity Markets (Diplomat Room)

Seth Blumsack, Presiding
Associate Professor
Penn State University

The Effect of Falling Oil Prices on South Korean Imported LNG price for Power Generation
Jikhan Jeong
Researcher, Economy and Management Research Institute at Korea Electric Power Corporation
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Regime Shifts in Electricity Price Volatility in USA and EU
Erlendur Jonsson
Roy Endre Dahl
University of Stavanger
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The Electricity System Emissions Resulting from Joint Deployment of Energy Storage and Wind/solar
Eric Hittinger
Rochester Institute of Technology
Ines Azevedo
Carnegie Mellon University
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Jerald Fletcher, Discussant
Professor and Director
West Virginia University

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