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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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Russia’s energy weapon – Examining how a reduction of gas exports can impact European pricesPolicy Brief - policy briefPublished: 7 of March, 2022

The 24 February 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine marks a new epoch in modern history. The first days of the war moved many Western countries to impose economic sanctions on Russia despite the leverage it has over Europe with energy supplies, especially ...

Is Russia to blame for high European gas prices?Reasons behind the high gas prices and the way ahead in 2022 - policy briefPublished: 19 of October, 2021

Since March 2021 the European wholesale natural gas price has rose steadily above the pre-COVID 2019 levels reaching hights never seen before, leading to gas to coal switch in the power production and demand reduction in industrial production. Analysing ...

Rerouting Europe's gas transit landscape - Effects of Russian natural gas infrastructure strategy on the V4Energy Policy, volume 146 (2020) - scholarly articlesPublished: 24 of August, 2020

The Russian gas transit through Ukraine and the possibility of circumnavigating the historically dominant route poses a serious challenge to European gas markets. With the application of market modelling tools, this paper examines Russian export ...

Future of Ukraine's gas transit and its effects on the natural gas marketbooks, chaptersPublished: 31 of May, 2019

The future of gas transit through Ukraine is one of the most pressing energy security issues facing the EU in 2019, with the current gas shipping contract between Russia and Ukraine set to expire 31 December and the realization of alternative pipeline ...

How will LNG supply to Europe shape the European wholesale gas prices and flows by 2025?policy briefPublished: 16 of October, 2017

REKK has carried out a modelling based analysis to assess how different future scenarios of the global gas market supply and demand patterns can affect the wholesale gas price levels and infrastructure utilization in Europe by 2025. The analysis was part ...

The Impact Of The Construction Of The Nord Stream 2 Gas Pipeline On Gas Prices And CompetitionCompetition and Regulation 2016 - books, chaptersPublished: 24 of February, 2017

The paper analyses the effects of Nord Stream 2 on the wholesale natural gas prices of European countries and the European gas market competition. We also assess the effect of this new infrastructure on the planned PCI projects of Central and Eastern ...

How far is mitigation of Russian gas dependency possible through energy efficiency and renewable policies assuming different gas market structures?Energy & Environment - scholarly articlesPublished: 18 of January, 2017

This paper presents the results of a coordinated modelling assessment that incorporates European energy efficiency and renewable policies with two potential gas market scenarios. First, the impact of EU energy efficiency and renewable policies on natural ...

A Top-Down Approach to Evaluating Cross-Border Natural Gas Infrastructure Projects in EuropeThe Energy Journal, Vol. 37, SI3 - scholarly articlesPublished: 28 of October, 2016

There is an ongoing policy debate in Europe about how to select natural gas infrastructure projects for an EU-wide investment support scheme. We contribute to this debate by providing a model-based project evaluation method that addresses several ...

Was it worth building the SK-HU gas natural interconnector?policy briefPublished: 25 of October, 2016

The 2011 Hungarian energy strategy considered the SK-HU gas interconnector as a priority infrastructure project. The interconnector was expected to serve three main objectives: improve Hungary’s gas market integration with Western Europe, improve ...

Short-term effects of the Ukrainian crisis on the security of gas supply in Central-Eastern Europe and HungaryCompetition and regulation 2015 - books, chaptersPublished: 1 of November, 2015

In this paper the vulnerability and the short term resilience of the European gas market to supply side shocks are modelled. We analyse the effect of regulatory interventions on the wholesale gas price and welfare of the most vulnerable Central and ...