Cartelization in gas markets: Studying the potential for a “Gas OPEC”
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Original versionEnergy Economics, Volume 34, Issue 1, January 2012, Pages 137–152
Natural gas is increasingly important as a fuel for electric power generation as well as other uses due to its environmental advantage over other fossil fuels. Using the World Gas Model, a large-scale energy equilibrium system based on a complementarity formulation, this paper analyzes possible future gas cartels and their effects on gas markets in a number of regions across the world. In addition, scenarios related to lower transport costs and decreased unconventional gas supply in the United States are considered.
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