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Our gas market model can be applied for evaluating infrastructure investment, analysing crisis situations and impact assessment of regulatory changes.

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Natural gas wholesale market scenarios after 2015 in HungaryAnalysis

In October 2012, the Ministry of National Development started a public consultation about the future operation model of the Hungarian natural gas market. The aim of this paper is the presentation and evaluation of feasible model alternatives for ...

The Danube Region Gas Market ModelAnd its application to identifying natural gas infrastructure priorities for the RegionAnalysis

The paper introduces the Danube Region Gas Market Model, a network and contract constrained multi-country competitive equilibrium model and applies it to estimate the impacts of new gas infrastructure investments on market integration, social welfare and ...

Regional gas market modelling applied to analyse the effect of Polish gas infrastructure investment projects on regional tradeEDI Quarterly 2013 Q4Research paper

The aim of this study is to estimate the impacts of planned Polish gas infrastructure investments on regional gas trade and wholesale gas market prices. We also examine whether the price convergence could lead to the growth of market integration, and ...

Analysing the Hungarian gas storage marketAnalysis

We have analysed the CEE region's storage market potential and effects of pricing on Hungarian storage demand using REKK's Danube Region Gas Market Model.

Estimating the welfare impacts of transmission investments by modelling regional gas and electricity marketsCIEP Workshop Modelling CBA of Infrastructure Investment, The HagueEvent

Péter Kaderják presented the Danube Region Gas Market Model (DRGMM) and the European Electricity Market Model (EEMM). Using these modelling tools, a list of gas infrastructure priority projects for the Danube Region and a list of electricity transmission ...

Natural Gas Market Integration in the Danube Region: The Role of Infrastructure DevelopmentCompetition and Regulation 2015Research paper

The paper introduces the Danube Region Gas Market Model, a network and contract constrained multi-country competitive equilibrium model and applies it to estimate the impacts of new gas infrastructure investments on market integration, social welfare and ...