Concurrent Session Programme

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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 1-10
Monday, June 19, 2:00pm - 3:30pm

1. Management of Electricity Markets (Orchid: 4201AB-3 / 4301AB-3)

Carlo Andrea Bollino, Presiding
Professor Dep of Economics
University of Perugia

Operating Reserve Demand Curve, Scarcity Pricing and Intermittent Generation: Lessons from the Texas ERCOT Experience
Raul Bajo-Buenestado
Department of Economics, University of Navarra
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Design of a Decentralized Market with Locational Marginal Pricing for Efficient Congestion Management in Distribution Grids
Hans Schermeyer
Wolf Fichtner
Armin Ardone
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
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Equilibrium Capacity Reserves in a Multinational Electricity Market
Thomas P Tangerås
Research Institute of Industrial Economics
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Smart Demand Side Management: Storing Energy or Storing Consumption – It Is Not The Same!
Joachim Geske
Richard Green
Imperial College London
Chen Quixin
Tsinghua University
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2. OPEC and Saudi Arabia (Orchid: 4211-2 / 4311-2)

Carol Dahl, Presiding
Senior Fellow
Colorado School of Mines

OPEC Cartel Behavior: What Is Their Objective and What May Happen Now?
Peter N Volkmar
PhD Student, Rice University
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Higher Retail Energy Prices in Saudi Arabia and Their Aggregate Impact on Welfare Across Generations
Frédéric Gonand
University Paris-Dauphine
Lester HUNT
Fakhri Hasanov
KAPSARC
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Oil Price: Saudi Arabia vs Shale Oil
Jean-Pierre Favennec
Consultant, WD Cooperation
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OPEC Spare Capacity and Price Volatility
Yaser Faquih
Rice University
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3. Consumer Aspects of Energy Use (Orchid: 4206 & 4306)

Brantley Liddle, Presiding
Senior Fellow
Energy Studies Institute, NUS

Human Capital and Energy in Economic Growth - Evidence from Chinese Provincial Data
Zheng Fang
SIM University
Yang Chen
Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
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Electricity Consumption, Education Expenditure and Economic Growth in Chinese Cities
Fang Zheng
Singapore Institute of Management
Chen Yang
Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
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The Demographic Factor of Energy Consumption in Saudi Arabia
Fakhri Hasanov
Xun Xu
King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center
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Demographic Change and the Rising Oil Demand in OPEC
Fakhri Hasanov
Xun Xu
King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center
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4. The Rebound Effect (Melati: 4001AB & 4101AB)

Lester Hunt, Presiding
Professor of Energy Economics
KAPSARC

The Impact of Gasoline Prices on Driving Behaviors of NYC Taxi Drivers
Sang Uk Nam
University of Arizona
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How Much Do Environmental Attributes Affect Electricity Savings? Sample Results from a Natural Experiment in Singapore
Tian Sheng, Allan Loi
Research Associate, Energy Studies Institute
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The Solar Rebound, Household Income, and Subsidization of Residential Photovoltaic Systems
Matthew E Oliver
Juan Moreno-Cruz
Georgia Institute of Technology
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Rebound Effect for UK Residential Sector
Mona Chitnis
University of Surrey
Roger Fouquet
London School of Economics and Political Science
Steve Sorrell
University of Sussex
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Household Responses to Transitory Income Shocks: Evidence from Weather Induced Utility Bill and Mortgage Payment Activity
Gregory B Upton
Louisiana State University Center for Energy Studies
Meagan McCollum
Baruch College CUNY
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5. Energy Sector Modelling (Melati: 4002)

Gabrial Anandarajah, Presiding
Sr Research Associate
UCL Energy Institute

How to Build an Energy Market Modeling System
Robert E Brooks
President, RBAC, Inc.
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Study on Energy Supply Curves in China's Bottom-up Energy Model up to 2030
Xiaoqian Xi
Xi Yang
China Univerisity of Petroleum
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Assessment of Economic Impact of Emission Trading Schemes in China—Based on a Single Country CGE Model
Liu Yu
Institutes of Science and Development, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CASISD)
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Analysis of the Turkish Energy Sector with the BUEMS Energy Modelling Framework
Gurkan Kumbaroglu
Mine Isik
Ilhan Or
Bogazici University
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6. Student Best Paper Session (Melati: 4003)

Anthony D Owen, Presiding
Professor
Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore

Quality of Life Modelling in Terms of Energy Consumption
Reza Nadimi
Tokyo Institute of Technology
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Trend Contagion in WTI and Brent Crude Oil Spot and Futures Prices - A Spread and Correlation Analysis
Tony Klein
Technische Universitaet Dresden
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The Impact of Securing Alternative Energy Sources on Russian-European Natural Gas Pricing
Nathalie Hinchey
Rice University
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The Impact of Wind Power Support Schemes on Technology Choices
Nils May
DIW Berlin
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7. Road Transport (Melati 4004)

Paul Kishimoto, Presiding
Research Associate
MIT

Correlated Emission Reduction Measures Selection under Uncertainty
Jun Yuan
Energy Studies Institute
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Can Deregulation of CNG Reverse the Outcome of Regulation? Evidence from Thailand`s Transport Sector
Thanicha Ruangmas
Corbett Grainger
Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, UW-Madison
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Vehicle and Road Taxing Schemes in the United States and its Effects on Greenhouse Gas Emission
Jerome Dumortier
Cali Curley
Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis
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Oil Refining in a CO2 Constrained World: Implications for Transport Policymaking
Amir F.N. Abdul-Manan
Saudi Aramco
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The Purchase Intention of Electric Vehicles: Rational Choice, Behavioral Habit and Policy Intervention
Bin-Bin Peng
Jin-Hua Xu
Chinese Academy of Sciences
Ying Fan
Beihang University
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8. Energy Access and Energy Subsidies (Melati 4102)

Omowumi Iledare, Presiding
Professor & Director
Emerald Energy Institute UNIPORT

Residential Energy Demand and Behaviour: its Implication for Climate Mitiation Policies and Energy Subsidy Reform in Thailand
Supawan Saelim
National Institute of Development Administration
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Equilibrium Strategy for Gasoline Subsidy Policy Removal
Muhammad I Akimaya
Carol Dahl
Colorado School of Mines
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A Road Map for Energy Access and Development: Lessons Learned in Chile for Developing Countries
Ricardo Raineri Bernain
Pontifical Catholic University of Chile
Cristian E Cardenas-Lailhacar
University of Florida
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Competitiveness and Systemic Value of Different Power Technologies - Lessons from and for the Brazilian Case
Diogo Romeiro
GEE-IE/UFRJ
Edmar Almeida
Energy Economics Group, IE-UFRJ
Luciano D Losekann
GEE / UFF
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9. Gas Market Integration (Melati 4103)

Ronald Ripple, Presiding
Professor of Energy Bus and Fin
The University of Tulsa

Raising Rivals' Costs: Vertical Market Power in New England's Wholesale Natural Gas and Electricity Markets
Levi Marks
University of California, Santa Barbara
Matthew Zaragoza-Watkins
Kristina Mohlin
Environmental Defense Fund
Charles Mason
University of Wyoming
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How ‘Integrated’ is an Integrated Oil and Gas Company (IOC)? Understanding How and Why IOCs Pursue Alternative Business Models
Chi-Kong Chyong
David Reiner
EPRG, University of Cambridge
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The Profitability of Transnational Energy Infrastructure: A Comparative Analysis of the Greenstream and Galsi Gas Pipelines
Roberto Cardinale
University College London
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Estimation of the Efficiency of Policy Measures Targeting a More Integrated Gas Market
Ekaterina Dukhanina
Chair on the Economics of Natural Gas
Olivier Massol
IFP School
François Lévêque
Mines ParisTech
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10. Aspects of Investment in Renewables (Melati 4104)

Prudence Dato, Presiding
Student
Savoie Mont Blanc University

The Role of Multilateral Development Banks in Enabling or Constraining New Power Generation Technologies in Emerging Economies
Bjarne Steffen
Tobias S. Schmidt
ETH Zurich - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
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The Relationship Between Finance and Industrial Policy in the Promotion of Renewable Technology: The Challenges to Promote Photovoltaic in Brazil
Gustavo O Andreão
Miguel Vazquez
Michelle Hallack
PPGE-UFF
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Rural Electrification Trajectories
Anjali Nursimulu
Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne
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Is ‘Being Green’ Rewarded in the Market?: An Empirical Investigation of Decarbonization Risk and Stock Returns
Soh Young In
Stanford University
Ki Young Park
Associate Professor in Economics, Yonsei University
Ashby Monk
Executive and Research Director, Stanford Gl
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 11-20
Monday, June 19, 4:00pm - 5:30pm

11. Electricity Market: Forward Pricing and Risks (Orchid: 4201AB-3 / 4301AB-3)

Adonis Yatchew, Presiding
Professor Department of Economics
University of Toronto

Electricity Price Forecasting Using Sale and Purchase Curves: The X-Model
Florian Ziel
University Duisburg-Essen
Rick Steinert
European University Viadrina
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Dynamic Environmental Efficiency Analysis on China’s Generation Corporations, a Game Cross Malmquist Approach
Bai-Chen Xie
Jie Gao
Tianjin University
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Optimising Market Structure using Market Power Mitigation and Forward Contract in Electricity Market Restructuring
Dzikri F Hakam
Rafael E Macatangay
University of Dundee
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Liquidity and Risk Premia in Electricity Futures
Ivan Diaz-Rainey
Fergus Bevin-McCrimmon
University of Otago
Greg Sise
Energy Link Ltd.
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12. Electricity Network Issues (Orchid: 4211-2 / 4311-2)

Richard Green, Presiding
Professor Business School
Imperial College

Optimal Regulation of Network Expansion
Willems Bert
Tilburg University
Gijsbert Zwart
Groningen University
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Cost Reflective Network Pricing - Some Lessons from the Australian Experience
Iain F MacGill
Anna Bruce
UNSW Australia
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Network Tariff Challenge: Who Pays the Piper?
Johannes Reichl
Andrea Kolmann
Valeriya Azarova
Johannes Kepler University Linz
Cornelia Ferner
Dominik Engel
Salzburg University
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Connecting the Heat and Electricity Market to Accomodate Renewable Energy
Philipp Riegebauer
Researcher & Consultant, Centre of Innovative Energy Systems (ZIES)
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The Effects of Clean Electricity Certificates on the Value of Transmission Rights
Olvar Bergland
Norwegian U of Life Sciences
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13. Energy Market Modelling (Orchid: 4206 & 4306)

Robert Brooks, Presiding
President
RBAC Inc

Modelling Long-term Impacts of Renewable Electricity Support Designs on Social Welfare
Kaveri K Iychettira
Rudi A Hakvoort
Delft University of Technology
Pedro Linares
Comillas Pontifical Unversity, Madrid
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Dynamic Investments in Flexibility Services for Electricity Distribution with Multi-Utility Synergies
Jesus Nieto-Martin
Mark A Savill
Cranfield University
Derek W Bunn
London Business School
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Modelling Time-of-Use Demand Response in a Long-Term Whole Energy System Model, UK TIMES
Pei-Hao Li
Steve Pye
UCL Energy Institute
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Decomposition of The Factors Influencing Export Fluctuation in China’s New Energy Industry Based on A Constant Market Share Model
Zhengxin Wang
Honghao Zheng
Tong Jin
Lingling Pei
Yiqin Hu
Zhejiang University of Finance & Economics
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Impact of Emission Trading Market Linkage on the Carbon Price: Findings of the GTAP-E Model
Jiang Mengfei
Xi Liang
University of Edinburgh Business School
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14. Regional Power Market Cooperation (Melati: 4001AB & 4101AB)

Thomas Tangeras, Presiding
Research Fellow
Research Inst of Industrial Econ

Inter-regional Power Grid Planning up to 2030 in China Considering Renewable Energy Development and Regional Pollutant Control: A Multi-region Bottom-up Optimization Model
Jia Jun-Jun
School of Management, University of Science and Technology of China
Yi Bo-Wen
Xu Jin-Hua
Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research, Institute of Policy and Management, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Fan Ying
School of Economics & Management, Beihang University
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Role of Renewables in the Future Energy Mix Potentials of the Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN-10)
Emmanuel O Falobi
Olugbenga A Falode
Adeola F Adenikinju
CPEEL, University of Ibadan
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Regional Cooperation in Renewable Energy Trade: Prospects and Constraints in Meeting the Paris Agreement
Venkatchalam Anbumozhi
ERIA
Kaliappa Kalirajan
Australian National University
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Evaluating the Impact of Cross Border Interconnections on Security of Supply
Agha Salman Muhammad Khan
Laurens J. De Vries
Delft University of Technology
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15. Distributed Generation and Climate Poilicy (Melati: 4002)

Richard Hochstetler, Presiding
Instituto Acende Brasil

Policy Implications in a World with Renewables, Limited Dispatchability, and Fixed Prices
Mathias Mier
University of Oldenburg
Klaus Eisenack
Humboldt-University of Berlin
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The Impact of Increasing Renewable Generation on the Operational Cost in the British Electricity Transmission System
Manuel Ruppert
Wolf Fichtner
Viktor Slednev
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Sara Lupo
University of Edinburgh
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Combined Effects of Electricity Market Liberalization and Climate Policy: Lessons from Europe
Bianka Shoai-Tehrani
Yasuhide Nakagami
Keigo Akimoto
Systems Analysis Group, Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth
Pascal Da Costa
Laboratoire Genie Industriel, CentraleSupélec, Université Paris-Saclay
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Distributed Generation in Brazil: Assessing the Institutional and Market Design Barriers Preventing Renewables Small-scale Generation Deployment
Clarice C Ferraz
Professor, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
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16. Energy Access (Melati: 4003)

Mattia Baldini, Presiding
Technical University of Denmark

China’s Energy Efficiency: Re-estimation Incorporating Human Capital and the Analysis of Its Distribution Dynamics
Lingdi Zhao
Jian Feng
Ocean University of China
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Capacity Subscription Mechanism for Community Microgrids
Emi Gui
UNSW
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Mapping Residential Thermal Comfort Gap at Very High Resolution Spatial Scale: Implications for Energy Efficiency Policy Design
Joao P Gouveia
Pedro Palma
Júlia Seixas
Sofia Simoes
CENSE, FCT/NOVA University
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Can the U.S. Keep the PACE? A Natural Experiment in Accelerating the Growth of Solar Electricity
Nadia Ameli
UCL
Mauro Pisu
OECD
Daniel M Kammen
UC Berkeley
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17. Energy Security Issues (Melati 4004)

C Philip Andrews Speed, Presiding
Principal Fellow
Energy Studies Institute

How Costly is China’s Oil Import? Welfare Loss Estimation of Foreign Oil Dependence 2001–2015
Zhan-Ming Chen
Shipei Zeng
Xiaohua Xia
Renmin University of China
Leo Lester
Lantou Group
Lin-Ting Zhang
University of British Columbia
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Computation and Analysis on Taiwan Index of Energy Security Risk
Hui-Wen Huang
Fu-Kuang Ko
Chia-Yu Han
Institute of Nuclear Energy Research
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Assessing The Economic Implication Of Energy Insecurity In Nigeria
Susan SAF Fubara
Israel Onyije
Omowunmi Iledare
Emerald Energy Institute
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Multinational Oil Companies and Energy Security in The Emerging Economies
Yayan Satyakti
Department of Economics, University of Padjadjaran
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18. Uncertainty in Power Markets (Melati 4102)

Pierre O. Pineau, Presiding
Professor
HEC Montreal

The Spatial Analysis of Wind Generation on Nodal Prices: Evidence from New Zealand
Le Wen
Basil Sharp
Energy Centre, Business School, University of Auckland
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Impact of Wind Farms Aggregation on Large System Scheduling Cost under Frequency Linked Deviation Settlement Mechanism
Parul Mathuria
Anoop Singh
Department of Industrial and Management Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
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Impact of Geographical Diversification of Wind Plants on Generation Adequacy – A German Case Study
Michael Bucksteeg
University of Duisburg-Essen
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Inefficiencies in Zonal Market Coupling Due to Uncertainties in Generation Shift Keys
Björn Felten
Christoph Weber
Tim Felling
University of Duisburg-Essen
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Expansion Governance Simulation for the Northern Seas Offshore Grid
Joao Gorenstein Dedecca
Rudi Hakvoort
Paulien Herder
Delft University of Technology
Andres Ramos
Sara Lumbreras
Universidad Pontificia Comillas
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19. Analysis of Climate Change Mitigation Options (Melati 4103)

Machiel Mulder, Presiding
Professor
University of Groningen

Global Climate Change Mitigation: Role of BECCS
Gabrial Anandarajah
Olivier Dessens
UCL Energy Institute
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The Global Impact of International Trade on Embodied Carbon Emission: Evidence from An Input-Output Analysis
Meicong Liang
Xin Wang
Fei Teng
Tsinghua University
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Input-Output and Structural Decomposition Analysis of Singapore’s Carbon Emissions
Bin Su
Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore
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Structural Path Analysis Applied to India’s Carbon Emissions
Yingzhu Li
Bin Su
Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore
Shyamasree Dasgupta
Indian Institute of Technology Mandi
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20. Perspectives on Emission Trading (Melati 4104)

Christian von Hirschhausen, Presiding
Professor
TU Berlin

The Importance of Consumption-based Accounting in a Potential Trade-Carbon Emissions Nexus Literature
Brantley Liddle
Energy Studies Institute, National University Singapore
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Understanding the Fairness of Countries’ INDCs Under the Paris Agreement Goals
Xunzhang Pan
Academy of Chinese Energy Strategy, China University of Petroleum-Beijing
Lining Wang
CNPC Economics & Technology Research Institute
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A New Perspective on Global Carbon Emission Inequality: Insights from Global Interpersonal Carbon Gini-Index
Wang Tianpeng
Gao Haidi
Teng Fei
Song Shuangshuang
Tsinghua University
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Mute Carbon Price? How to Restore Economic Incentives in Emission Trading
Vera Zipperer
Karsten Neuhoff
DIW Berlin
Misato Sato
Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment LSE
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 21-30
Tuesday, June 20, 11:00am - 12:30pm

21. Energy Storage (Orchid: 4201AB-3 / 4301AB-3)

Olayinka Williams, Presiding
Business School
Imperial College

Economic Case for Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) for Frequency Regulation in Singapore
Gautam Jindal
Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore
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Intermittent Electricity Generation and Storage in the Reunion Island: A long-term Economic Analysis Using a Detailed Power System TIMES Model.
Ricardo Delgado
Angela Cadena
Universidad de los Andes
Stéphane Tchung-Ming
European Commission
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Cost Mechanism for Deploying Energy Storage in the Smart Grid Environment
Wooyoung Jeon
Chonnam National University
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Steering the Adoption of Battery Storage Through Electricity Tariff Design
Kevin Milis
Steven Van Passel
Herbert Peremans
University of Antwerp
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Electricity Storage, Emissions Taxes and the Dynamic Value of Variable Renewable Energy
Miguel A Castro
Agricultural Food and Resource Economics, Michigan State University
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22. Liberalized Power Markets (Orchid: 4211-2 / 4311-2)

Ricardo Raineri Bernain, Presiding
Professor
Pontificia Univ Catolica de Chile

Too Big to Fail in the Electricity Sector
Sebastian Osorio
Ann van Ackere
HEC Lausanne – University of Lausanne
Erik R Larsen
Aarhus University
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Deregulation and Utility Innovation: The Case of Japanese Electric Sector
Nan Wang
Research Institute of Innovation Technology for the Earth (RITE)
Gento Mogi
University of Tokyo
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Regulatory Reform in the Japanese Electricity Industry: An Event Study Analysis
Koichiro Tezuka
Nihon University
Masahiro Ishii
Sophia University
Satoru Hashimoto
Teikyo University
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Electricity Market Liberalization and Institutional Arrangement : An Agent-Based Model of Singapore and Nigeria
Saheed L Bello
CPEEL/University of Ibadan
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Will the Liberalized Market be Sufficiently Competitive?
Richard L Hochstetler
Insitituto Acende Brasil
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23. Energy Outlook: Asia (Orchid: 4206 & 4306)

Yukari Yamashita, Presiding
Board Member Director
Institute of Energy Economics

Energy Outlook and Energy Saving Potential in East Asia Region
Phoumin Han
Energy Economist, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA)
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The Impact of International Oil Price on Asian Natural Gas Premium Based on Dynamic Autoregressive Model
Xinlei Yang
Liwen Ning
Xiucheng Dong
China University of Petroleum
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Understanding the Value of Gas Infrastructure in Supporting Southeast Asia's Mid-Merit Power Sector
Mike Thomas
Liutong Zhang
Leo Lester
The Lantau Group
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Appropriate Electricity Modeling Approaches for Emerging Economies: The Case of Laos and Kenya
Nkiruka I Avila
University of California, Berkeley
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24. Support for Expanding Renewables (Melati: 4001AB & 4101AB)

Iain MacGill, Presiding
Associate Professor
University of NSW

A Comparative Analysis on Three Different Supporting Methods to Expand Renewable Energies in Japan
Yoshiki Ogawa
Professor, Toyo University
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Activity Patterns in the Australian Green Certificate Market
Regina Betz
Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Iain MacGill
CEEM / UNSW Australia
Beatrice Petrovich
University of St. Gallen
Johanna Cludius
ZHAW/ EPAG
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Willingness to Pay for Green Electricity Based on Contingent Valuation Method: Case Study of Tianjin, China
Bai-Chen Xie
Li-Qiu Liu
Wei Zhao
Tianjin University
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Development Pathways for Green Bonds: A Comparative Case Study
Jacqueline Tao
Melissa Low
Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore
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25. Natural Gas: Pricing and Prospects (Melati: 4002)

Peter Hartley, Presiding
Mitchell Professor of Economics
Rice University

Prospects for Renewable Energy Developments and Role of Natural Gas
Hamdani Sid Ahmed
GECF
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The Economics of Rate-of-return Regulation in the Natural Gas Pipeline Industry
Olivier Massol
IFP School
Florian Perrotton
IFP Énergies Nouvelles
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What Drives Natural Gas Pricing? A Cross Country Study
Dayong Zhang
Min Shi
Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
Xunpeng Shi
University of Technology Sydney
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The Actual Impact of Shale Gas Revolution on the U.S. Manufacturing Sector
Yassine Kirat
University of Paris 1, Paris School of Economics
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A Real Option Model for Investment Strategy on Underground Gas Storage Facilities Considering Market Refrom in China
Zhang Qi
Chen Siyuan
Wang Ge
Li Yan
China University of Petroleum, Beijing
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26. Energy Efficiency Policies (Melati: 4003)

Inga Konstantinaviciute, Presiding
Sr Research Associate
Lithuanian Energy Institute

Energy Efficiency Policy: A Review of Instruments and Potential Interaction Effects
Catharina Wiese
Lise-Lotte Pade
Technical University of Denmark
Anders Larsen
Roskilde University
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Designing Better Energy Efficiency Policies: A Science of Improvement Perspective
Kah Hin Chai
Yuli Samantha
National University of Singapore
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Reluctance to Adopt Energy Efficiency Renovation in Chinese Households – A Behavioural Perspective
Jiefang Ma
Kun Song
Tianjin University
Henk J Visscher
Queena K Qian
Delft University of Technology
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Consistent Cost Curves for Identification of Optimal Energy Savings
Henrik Klinge Jacobsen
Mattia Baldini
Technical University of Denmark
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27. Energy Modelling: Methodologies (Melati: 4004)

Su Bin, Presiding
Energy Studies Institute NUS

Creation of an Electricity Satellite Account Abstract
Kevin Connolly
Stuart McIntyre
Grant Allan
University of Strathclyde
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Dynamic Demand Functions and Underlying Demand Trends: A Horse Race Between Rolling Regression and Structural Time Series Models
David Broadstock
Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Dong Wang
Xiaoqi Chen
Southwestern University of Finance & Economics, China
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Gaining Better Insights in Respect to Energy Transition Processes - The Concept of Context Scenarios
Witold-Roger Poganietz
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
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28. Experiences with Emission Trading Systems (Melati: 4102)

Hari M P Variam, Presiding
Research Associate
ESI NUS

The Impact of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS) on Firms' Performance and Energy Efficiency
Georgia Makridou
Kostas Andriosopoulos
ESCP Europe Business School
Emilios Galariotis
Audencia Business School
Michael Doumpos
Technical University of Crete
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The Behaviour-price Dynamics in the EU ETS
Yinpeng Liu
Jianfeng Guo
Chinese Academy of Sciences
Ying Fan
Beihang University
Jiqiang Wang
Tianjin University
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Explore Financial Innovation for Linkage EU ETS and China ETS
Lan Wang
Xi Liang
University of Edinburgh
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Assessment of Carbon Leakage Through Channels: The Hubei Pilot ETS Perspective
Xiujie Tan
Jingbo Cui
Wuhan University
Yu Liu
Chinese Academy of Sciences
Bin Su
Energy Studies Institute
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29. Energy Security and the Environment (Melati: 4103)

Anne Neumann, Presiding
Chair for Economic Policy
Universitat Potsdam

Peer Review on Energy Efficiency in the Philippines: A Follow-up
Elvira T Gelindon
Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre
Naomi Wynn
Department of Industry Australia
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The Opportunity Cost of Climate Mitigation Policy by Promoting Renewable Power Generation in the Philippines
Angga Pradesha
International Food Policy Research Institute
Sherman Robinson
Alam Mondal
Mark Rosegrant
Rowena Valmonte-Santos
IFPRI
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Evaluation of Market Liberalization in Developing Countries in the Case of the ASEAN and the Philippines in Particular
Koji Jaeger
Yuk Li
Stefan Scharl
Aaron Praktiknjo
RWTH Aachen University
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Choosing the Green Energy Option: Willingness to Pay of Metro Manila Residents for Solar Energy
Paolo R. Magnata
Ateneo de Manila University
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30. Market-based Prices and Renewables (Melati: 4104)

Paul Burke, Presiding
Australian National University

Derivatives as a Commitment Device : on the Use of Swaps in Electricity Markets
Chloe Le Coq
Stockholm School of Economics (SITE)
Sebastian Schwenen
Technische Univ. Munchen & DIW
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Adequacy of Renewable Energy Policies: A Preliminary Assessment
Muyi Yang
Suwin Sandu
Deepak Sharma
Centre for Energy Policy, University of Technology Sydney
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The Interaction Effect of Bidding Mechanism and Renewable Portfolio Standards on Renewable Energy Projects
Zhang Qi
Wang Ge
Li Yan
Chen Siyuan
China University of Petroleum, Beijing
View Abstract

Carbon Pass-through Rates on Spot Prices in Australian Electricity Markets
Fatemeh Nazifi
Stefan Trück
Macquarie University
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 31-40
Tuesday, June 20, 4:00pm - 5:30pm

31. Restructuring Energy Markets: International Experience (Orchid: 4201AB-3 / 4301AB-3)

Brantley Liddle, Presiding
Senior Fellow
Energy Studies Institute NUS

The Impact of Electricity on Economic Development: A Macroeconomic Perspective
David I Stern
Paul J Burke
The Australian National University
Stephan B Bruns
University of Göttingen
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Electricity Subsidy Reform in Indonesia: Demand-Side Effects on Electricity Use
Paul J Burke
Sandra Kurniawati
Australian National University
View Extended Abstract

Electricity Sector Reform and The Impact of Demand Side Management in Sri Lanka
Minoli D Amarasinghe
John Foster
Colin Brown
The University of Queensland
Liam Wagner
Griffith University
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Technology Choices in the U.S. Electricity Industry Before and After Market Restructuring
Zsuzsanna Csereklyei
David I Stern
Australian National University
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32. Power Grid Flexibility (Orchid: 4211-2 / 4311-2)

Lars Bergman, Presiding
Former President and Professor
Stockholm School of Economics

The Impact of the Publication of Unplanned Power Plant Non-usabilities on Intraday Electricity Erices: Empirical Evidence for Germany and Austria
Niyaz Valitov
University of Wuppertal
Andreas Maier
QUADRA Energy GmbH
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Efficiently Coordinating Grid Flexibility - Via Energy Markets or Network Charges
Christine Brandstätt
Jacobs University Bremen
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Situation Depending Dimensioning of Balancing Reserves in Interconnected Transmission Networks
Jens D. Sprey
Albert Moser
Patrick Schultheis
Institute for Power Systems and Power Economics (IAEW), RWTH Aachen University
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Proactive Network Planning in Medium Voltage Level
Marius Sieberichs
Albert Moser
Jens Sprey
Institute for Power Systems and Power Economics (IAEW), RWTH Aachen University
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Techno-economic Analysis of Reactive Power Provision in Decentralizing Energy Systems
Fabian Hinz
Dominik Möst
Chair of Energy Economic, TU Dresden
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33. Energy and Water (Orchid: 4206 & 4306)

Emmanuel Falobi, Presiding
CEO
PetroKnowledge Energy Consulting

Water Transfer Through Interprovincial Trade within China: From the Perspective of Value Chain
Xi Liu
Zengkai Zhang
Guozhu Mao
Huibin Du
Tianjin University
Juan Moreno-Cruz
John Crittenden
Georgia Institute of Technology
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Regional Electricity and Renewable Integration: Benefits of Hydropower Reservoirs
Pierre-Olivier Pineau
Sebastien Debia
Leonard Langlois
Sylvain Perron
HEC Montréal
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Backing Out Expectations from Hydropower Release Time Series
Stein-Erik Fleten
Alois Pichler
Maren Boger
Einar M Vestbøstad
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Jussi Keppo
NUS Business School
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34. Business Opportunities in the Power Sector (Melati: 4001AB & 4101AB)

Yujia Jacqueline Tao, Presiding
Research Associate
University of Singapore

Improving the Business Case for Consumer-level Energy Storage in the UK
Giorgio Castagneto Gissey
UCL Energy Institute, University College London
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The Economics of Prosumage: Quantification of Business Opportunities in Germany, California, Australia, India, and South Africa
Charlotte Rochell
Ralf Ott
Maximilian Eissler
Philipp Zorn
TU Berlin
Clemens Gerbaulet
TU Berlin and DIW Berlin
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The Welfare Effects of Strategic Storage Use in Deregulated Energy Markets
Olayinka Williams
Richard J Green
Imperial College Business School
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35. Fossil Fuels and Emission Abatement (Melati: 4002)

Alberto Lamadrid, Presiding
Assistant Professor
Lehigh University

Optimal Timing of Phasing out Fossil Fuel Producer Subsidies
Xu Zhao
China University of Petroleum, Beijing
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Total-factor Energy Efficiency with CO2 Emission: A Study Based on Pollution Generation and Abatement Process
Fei Wu
Dequn Zhou
Peng Zhou
Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
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The Effects of Energy Related Environmental Regulation on Exporters’ Exiting Behavior: The Evidence from China
Dongmei Tu
Shaoxin Wang
Yao Li
University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
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International Coal and Renewables Financing and Climate Change
Han Chen
Natural Resources Defense Council
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36. Promoting Emission Reduction (Melati: 4003)

Valerie Karplus, Presiding
Asst Prof MIT Sloan School of Mgt
Dir MIT Tsinghua China Energy

Exploring the Changes of Industrial CO2 Intensity in China: An Integrated Decomposition Approach
Qunwei Wang
Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Hang Ye
Soochow University
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How to Promote Green Purchase: A Behaviour Experiment Analysis Based on Game Theory
Jing Wei
Jia Wan Zou
Li Xiao Zhao
China University of Petroleum (Beijing)
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An Interprovincial Cooperative Game Model for Power-saving and Carbon-reducing in China
Zeng Lijun
Zhao Laijun
Shanghai Jiaotong University
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Does the Co-existence of Carbon Emission Trading and White Certificate Make Sense? The Case of China
Lei Zhu
Beihang University
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37. Energy Modelling of Emission Reduction Pathways (Melati: 4004)

Albert Hiesl, Presiding
Student
Vienna University of Technology

How Can We Meet the Paris Agreement Target? - An Integrated Modelling Approach
Koji Tokimatsu
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Masahiro Nishio
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Rieko Yasuoka
Systems Research Center, Co. Ltd
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Modeling a Global Energy System based on 100% Renewables
Konstantin Löffler
Pao-Yu Oei
DIW Berlin / TU Berlin
Karlo Hainsch
Thorsten Burandt
TU Berlin
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Decarbonizing the Indian Energy System until 2050
Karlo Hainsch
Thorsten Burandt
Konstantin Löffler
TU Berlin
Christian von Hirschhausen
Pao-Yu Oei
TU Berlin, DIW Berlin
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Taiwan’s Economic Responses to Different Carbon Trajectories of China and Taiwan
Shih-Mo Lin
Kuei-Feng Chang
Jin-Xu Lin
Chung Yuan Christian University
Yen-Heng Chen
Massuchusas Institute of Technology
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Long-Term Decarbonisation Energy Pathways for Malaysia Using a Hybrid Demand-Supply Model
Kumar Maragatham
University College London
Strachan Neil
UCL Energy Institute
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38. Mitigating Carbon Emissions fron Coal (Melati: 4102)

Casimir Lorenz, Presiding
Student
TU Berlin

Two Scenarios for Carboncapture and Storage in Vietnam
Minh Ha-Duong
CIRED, CNRS
Hoang Anh Trinh Nguyen
USTH
View Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Mitigating Carbon Lavishness by Multiple Carbon Re-Use
Stefan Petters
Carbotopia Syndicate
Kalvin Tse
Klaus Mauthner
Carbotopia Team Member
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Rethinking the Way to Decarbonize the Energy System: Prospective Study of Hydrogen Markets Attractiveness
Olfa Tlili
Yannick Perez
RITM, University Paris-Sud and Laboratoire Génie Industriel, CentraleSupélec, Université Paris-Saclay
Claude Heller
Jean André
Air Liquide R&D
Camille Cany
Christine Mansilla
Alain Le Digou
I-tésé, CEA, Université Paris Saclay
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A Global Coal-Phase-Out and the International Coal Market: A Focus on Demand-side and Supply-side Policies in China and India
Roman Mendelevitch
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Franziska Holz
DIW Berlin
Pao-Yu Oei
Casimir Lorenz
TU Berlin / DIW Berlin
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Analyzing the Consequences of a Shifting Steam Coal Demand to Asia: Insights from the World Steam Coal Market Model COALMOD
Ivo Valentin Kafemann
Franziska Holz
Tim Scherwath
German Institute for Economic Research (DIW)
Roman Mendelevitch
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
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39. Oil Prices (Melati: 4103)

Fabian Moisl, Presiding
Vienna University of Technology

The Impact of Fluctuation of US Dollar Index on Crude Oil Prices: Fast Fourier Transform Approach
Lin Li
Jinhua Cheng
Feng Zeng
Wenqi Zhu
China University of Geosciences (Wuhan)
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Buffer vs. Speculation: A Review on the Role of Crude Oil Inventory
Soohyeon Kim
Eunnyeong Heo
Seoul National University
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Actual or Numerical? A Discussion on Crude Oil Prices and Exports
Zhu Wenqi
Zhu Yongguang
Xu Deyi
Cheng Jinhua
Hu Peiqi
Li Lin
China University of Geosciences
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The Effect of Speculation in Futures Market on Oil Price
Chih-Chun Liu
CTCI Foundation
Liang Chi-Yuan
National Central University
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40. Transportation Pollution Issues (Melati: 4104)

Jerome Dumortier, Presiding
Assistant Professor
IUPUI

Effectiveness and Equity Comparison of Personal Carbon Trading and Carbon Tax in Private Transport: Based on Driving Decision Model and Case Study in China
Lele Zou
Yingzi Wang
Chinese Academy of Sciences
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Effects of Container Ship Speed on Supply Chains’ CO2 Emission
Nguyen Khoi Tran
Jasmine Siu Lee Lam
Nanyang Technological University
View Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

What Drives the Decrease in Average CO2 Emissions from New Passenger Cars in Finland or is it all Just Scam?
Xun Zhou
Timo Kuosmanen
Aalto University School of Business
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 41-50
Wednesday, June 21, 9:00am - 10:30am

41. LNG Markets and Trade (Orchid: 4201AB-3 / 4301AB-3)

James Smith, Presiding
Professor of Finance
Southern Methodist University

Integrated Gas-to-Liquefied Natural Gas Projects: Government Revenues in Australia and Industry Concerns
Diane Kraal
Senior Lecturer, Monash University
View Extended Abstract | View Paper

Natural Gas Transits and Market Power - The Case of Turkey
Florian Weiser
Simon Schulte
ewi Energy Research & Scenarios gGmbH
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A Reference Framework for Formulating Gas Hub Prices: A Case Study of East Asia
Xunpeng Shi
UTS
Hari Mp
Energy Studies Institute, NUS
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Comparative Study of the Evolution of Natural Gas Spot Prices in Asia and North America
Hari Malamakkavu Padinjare Variam
Allan Tian Sheng Loi
Energy Studies Institute
View Abstract

LNG Tipping Points in the GMT+8 Time Zone
Mark Stickells
Andrew Pickford
University of Western Australia
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42. Solar Energy (Orchid: 4211-2 / 4311-2)

Gautam Jindal, Presiding
Research Associate
ESI NUS

A Systemic Approach to Evaluate PV Economics and PV Policy Strategies
Hyun Jin Julie Yu
CEA Saclay/DAS/ I-tese
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Prospects of Solar CSP Integration in the Oil & Gas Industry in the Middle East for Process Heating
Saqib Sajjad
Energy Efficiency Section Head, Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd.
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Modelling Potential Sites for Solar PV Plants in Northwest Nigeria Using Geoinformation Tools
Saheed A Raji
Federal University of Petroleum Resources
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The Impacts of Photovoltaic Electricity Self-consumption on Value Transfers Between Private and Public Stakeholders in France
Jonathan Richard Ludovic Roulot
Ecole Centrale de Nantes and Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Ricardo Raineri Bernain
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
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The Opportunity of Local Network Credits for Households with PV Systems and Efficient Air Conditioner Equipment
Sebastian Oliva H.
Doctor, Energy Centre, University of Chile
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43. Urbanisation and Energy (Orchid: 4206 & 4306)

Jiefang Ma, Presiding
Tianjin University

Residential Electricity Consumption and Time-use Measured Lifestyle: Quantifying the Impacts of Urbanization in China
Pui Ting Wong
Yuan Xu
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
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Effects of China’s Urban Form on Urban Energy Consumption
Caiyun Bian
Qi Zhang
Lu Lin
Academy of Chinese Energy Strategy, China University of Petroleum-Beijing
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The Relationship Between Urban Characteristics and Transport Expenditures of Chinese Households
Paul N Kishimoto
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
View Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Urban Agglomeration Economies and Industrial Energy Efficiency: An Empirical Analysis Based on Dynamic Spatial Durbin Model
Feng Han
Institute of Politics and Economics, Nanjing Audit University
Jiayu Fang
Rui Xie
School of Economics and Trade, Hunan University
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44. Evolving Gas Markets (Melati: 4001AB & 4101AB)

Anne Sophie Corbeau, Presiding
KAPSARC

Arguments For and Against LNG as a Base for Russian Gas Exports to Asia
William K P Kucera
Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy, University of Dundee
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A Strategy of LNG Exporting Countries for Trading in the Northeast Asian Region: Price Competition, Leadership or Collusion?
Gobong Choi
Eunnyeong Heo
Seoul National University
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Long-term Gas Contracts Evolution in the Changing Industry Environment
Shohrat Niyazmuradov
Eunnyeong Heo
Seoul National University
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NUMBYISM: Public Risk Perception and Attitude Toward Shale Gas Development-evidence from China
Tan Huimin
Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
Gabrielle Wong-Parodi
Carnegie Mellon University
Xu Jianhua
Peking University
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

LNG Consumption: Prospects of World and Asian Demand in the Face of Nuclear Energy Evolution
William Clavijo
Renato Queiroz
Edmar Almeida
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Niagara Rodrigues
Federal Fluminense University
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45. Perspectives on Nuclear Power (Melati: 4002)

Michel Berthelemy, Presiding
Economist
CEA

Fostering Nuclear Safety Through Local Monitoring: Evidence from Incident Data in the French Fleet
Romain Bizet
Petyo Bonev
François Lévêque
Mines ParisTech
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Would there be a Clear Winner Between Renewables and Nuclear Energy in the Climate Debate?
Victor Nian
Research Fellow, Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore
View Abstract

Scenarios for Decarbonizing the European Electricity Sector without Nuclear Power
Clemens Gerbaulet
Casimir Lorenz
Christian von Hirschhausen
Pao-Yu Oei
TU Berlin and DIW Berlin
Claudia Kemfert
DIW Berlin
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Decommissioning of Nuclear Power Plants and Storage of Nuclear Waste in Western Europe and the U.S. - Lessons Learned and Perspectives for Asian Nuclear Countries
Ben Wealer
Christian von Hirschhausen
Jan Paul Seidel
Berlin Institute of Technology
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46. Energy Emission Reduction Initiatives in China (Melati: 4003)

Lixia Yao, Presiding
Research Fellow
ESI NUS

Transition Pathway Towards China’s Low-carbon Energy Economy
Yuyan Weng
Xiliang Zhang
Tsinghua University
Tianyu Qi
The Boston Consulting Group
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The Impact of Stricter Standards on CO2 Emission Across Industries
Zhizhan Duan
Chuang Xu
Dongwen Tian
Beihang Univerisity
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Research on the Effect of Export Tax Rebate Rate Adjustment on Industrial Emission in China
Shengling Bai
Chaofan Yang
Beihang University
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Estimation on Costs and Potentials of Carbon Emission Reduction of Beijing- A Modified Multi-Objective Programming Approach
Yigang Wei
Beihang University
Yan Li
Shandong Normal University
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47. Impacts on Households of Decarbonization (Melati: 4004)

Lei Zhu, Presiding
Associate Professor
China/BUAA

Minimising Customer Bill Increases in a Decarbonising and Decentralising Electricity System
Paul W Graham
Thomas Brinsmead
CSIRO
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Persistence of the Effects of Providing Feedback Alongside Smart Metering Devices on Household Electricity Demand
Joachim Schleich
Corinne Faure
Grenoble Ecole de Management
Marian Klobasa
Fraunhofer ISI
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Leveraging Customer Perceived Value within Transformation of Electric Utilities: The Case of New Brunswick
Tugcan Sahin
Yuri Yevdokimov
Dhirendra Shukla
Viktor Getalo
Chris Diduch
University of New Brunswick
View Extended Abstract | View Paper

Energy-Intensive Adaptation to Particulate Matter Pollution: The Case of Electricity Consumption by Korean Households
Euikon Jeong
Jiyong Eom
Jaewoong Lee
KAIST College of Business
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How Real Time Pricing Modifies Chinese Households’ Electricity Consumption?
Hongxia Wang
Xueying Yu
Hong Fang
Beihang University
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48. Carbon Pricing in China (Melati: 4102)

Yingzhu Li, Presiding
Research Fellow
Energy Studies Institute NUS

Social Awareness And Household Carbon Emission In China
Li Jun
Zhang Da Yong
Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
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Interaction Between Electricity Market Reform and Carbon Pricing: Insights from a Strengthened Scrutiny for Carbon Leakage in China
Xin Wang
Meicong Liang
Fangyuan Qian
Fei Teng
Tsinghua University
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Pricing Carbon and China's Industrial Energy Consumption: Exploring the Sectoral Heterogeneity
Banban Wang
Jie Wei
School of Economics, Huazhong University of Science and Technology
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

The Environmental Potentials of China`s Electricity Reform
Yang Yu
Stanford University
Jianxiao Wang
Tsinghua University
View Extended Abstract

Dynamic Development of Regional Social Economy-Energy-Environment in China
Fang Hong
Li Jing
Beihang University
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49. Oil Infrastructure (Melati: 4103)

John Jimison, Presiding
Senior Advisor
Energy Future Coalition

Technical and Economic Viability of Producing Marginal Oil Fields In The Niger-Delta Using Water Injection
Rita U Onolemhemhen
Sunday O Isehunwa
Akin P Iwayemi
Adeola F Adenikinju
CPEEL, University of Ibadan
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The Relationship Between US Rig Count and BRENT WTI Spread
Huei-Chu R Liao
TamKang University
Shu-Chuan Lin
Chinese Petroleum Corporation
View Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Enhanced Oil Recovery as a Stepping Stone to Carbon Capture and Sequestration
Dana M Abdulbaqi
Mohammed AlShaikh
Saudi Aramco
Carol Dahl
Colorado School of Mines and Luleo Technical University
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Investment Management of Petroleum Fund on Exploration and EIOR Activities in Indonesia
Christine L Wowor
Institute of Technology Bandung
Luky A Yusgiantoro
Atma Jaya Catholic University
Wahyusaputro S Bernardus
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Economic Implications of Oil and Gas Supply Infrastructure Disruption in Nigeria
Onuoha I Nnachi
Omowumi J Iledare
Israel J Onyije
Emerald Energy Institute, University of Port Harcourt
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50. Power Market Reform around the World (Melati: 4104)

Bruce Mountain, Presiding
Director
Carbon Market Economics

Market Power and Policy in Deregulated Electricity Market with Penetration of Renewable Energy in China
Dequn Zhou
Peng Zhou
Zhaotian Chong
College of Economic and Management, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
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Avoiding Pitfalls in China's Electricity Reforms
Michael Davidson
Ignacio Pérez-Arriaga
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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An Empirical Study of Capacity Remuneration in Electricity Markets: Impact on Power Industrial Prices
Charlotte Scouflaire
Université Paris Dauphine
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Agent-Based Analysis of Cross-Border Effects for Switzerland by Introducing a Decentralized Capacity Market in France and a Strategic Reserve in Germany
Florian Zimmermann
Wolf Fichtner
Dogan Keles
Chair of Energy Economics at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
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Understanding the Response to Disruptions in the Electricity System
Alberto J. Lamadrid
Assistant Professor, Lehigh University
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 51-60
Wednesday, June 21, 11:00am - 12:30pm

51. The Political Economy of Oil Supply (Orchid: 4201AB-3 / 4301AB-3)

Aaron Praktiknjo, Presiding
Assistant Professor
RWTH Aachen University

Enhancing Sustainable Development from Oil, Gas, Mining: From an 'All of Government' Approach to Partnerships for Development
Kathryn M McPhail
Independent Adviser, Volta Associates
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Balancing Upstream Investment Performance and Government Take: Empirical Evidence of the Mechanics and Impact of Petroleum Fiscal Terms
Oyebimpe Adeogun
Omowumi O Iledare
Emerald Energy Institute, University of Port Harcourt
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52. The Growth of Solar Power (Orchid: 4211-2 / 4311-2)

Jonathan Roulot, Presiding
Ecole Centrale Nantes

The Price-Concentration Relationship in Early Residential Solar Third Party Markets
Jacquelyn Pless
University of Oxford
Ria Langheim
Center for Sustainable Energy
Ben Sigrin
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Solar Securitization: Challenges, Financial Arrangements and Policy Implications
Jacqueline Yujia Tao
Yujie Lu
Anton Finenko
Rubenrajoo S Rengarajoo
National University of Singapore
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Sharing Decentralized Photovoltaic Systems: Technical and Economical Effects of Collaboration Concepts
Albert Hiesl
Reinhard Haas
Michael Hartner
TU Wien, EEG
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53. Modelling Electricity Demand (Orchid: 4206 & 4306)

David Broadstock, Presiding
Deputy Director CESEF
Hong Kong Polytechnic University

The Social Value Of Demand Response and its Integration in Capacity Mechanisms
Xavier Lambin
TSE -- ENGIE
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Long-term Forecast of Industrial Electricity Demand. A DSO Vision: Scale Really Matters!
Mathieu Bordigoni
Enedis
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Modeling Demand-Price Curve: A Clustering Approach to Derive Dynamic Elasticity for Demand Response Programs
Ioannis Panapakidis
Technological Educational Institute of Thessaly
Athanasios S Dagoumas
University of Piraeus
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Estimating the Resource Adequacy Value of Demand Response in the German Energy-only Marekt
Hamid Aghaie
AIT Austrian Institute of Technology
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German Continuous Intraday Market: Orders Book's Behavior Over the Trading Session
Clara Balardy
EPEX Spot/ Université Paris-Dauphine
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54. International Dimensions of Climate Change Policies (Melati: 4001AB & 4101AB)

Regina Betz, Presiding
Zurich Univ of Applied Sciences

Welfare Implications of EU Effort Sharing Decision and Possible Impact of a Hard Brexit
Marc Vielle
EPFL (LEURE)
Frédéric Babonneau
EPFL-ORDECYSY
Alain Haurie
ORDECSYS
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Global Climate Change Mitigation: Strategic Interactions or Unilateral Gains?
Sigit Perdana
Rod Tyers
University of Western Australia
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Latitudinal Effect on Energy Savings from Daylight Saving Time
Olvar Bergland
Norwegian U of Life Sciences
Faisal M Mirza
University of Gujrat
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Trade Sanctions and the Stability of International Environmental Agreements
Jan Schneider
University of Oldenburg
Achim Hagen
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
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55. Outlook for Transport Fuels (Melati: 4002)

Nguyen Khoi Tran, Presiding
Research Fellow
Nanyang Technological University

Does Design Affect Utilization? An Empirical Study of the Market for Offshore Support Vessels
Roar Adland
Alexander Sterud
Morten V. Tvedte
Norwegian School of Economics (NHH)
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Information Asymmetry in Quasi Public Good Crowdfunding: A Case From China's EV Charging Pile Market
Li Yan
Zhang Qi
Zhu Lijing
Chen Siyuan
Wang Ge
China University of Petroleum, Beijing
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Automotive Fuel Demand in Brazil: Consumer Choice and Asymmetric Response to Price and Income
Luciano D Losekann
Niagara Rodrigues
Universidade Federal Fluminense
Getulio Borges
UFRJ
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Modelling Transport Energy Demand and Emissions: Development of a Global Passenger Transport Model Coupled with Computable General Equilibrium Model
Runsen Zhang
Tatsuya Hanaoka
Shinichiro Fujimori
NIES
Hancheng Dai
Peking University
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56. Energy and China's Economy (Melati: 4003)

Lei Zhu, Presiding
Associate Professor
China/BUAA

Estimating Oil/Natural Gas Trade Competitiveness and Cooperation Potential of Main OROB Countries: Perspective of Industry Chains
Sun Zesheng
Zhejiang University of Science & Technology
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The Threshold Effect Analysis of Urbanization and Energy Consumption: A Case Study of 29 Provinces in China
Qi Sun
Li Jiang Feng
Qiao Sheng Wu
Si Yao Li
Jun Shen
Na Zhou
China University of Geosciences (Wuhan)
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Energy Depletion, Carbon Damage and Genuine Productivity of China’s Provinces: A Multiregional Input–Output Accounting
Yuning Gao
Yufeng Lu
Miao Yu
Angang Hu
Tsinghua University
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Effect of Preferential Trade Agreements on Energy Imports from Chinese and Exporters’ Perspective
Carlo Andrea Bollino
Univ of Perugia
Phillipp Galkin
Tarek Atalla
KAPSARC
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57. Consumer Attitudes towards Energy and the Environment (Melati: 4004)

Paul Graham, Presiding
Chief Economist Energy Flagship
CSIRO

The Relevance of Social Reference Points for Energy Saving Behavior: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Singapore
Renate Schubert
ETH Zurich & FRS/SEC Singapore
Jan Schmitz
ETH Zurich
Zhengyi Jiang
FRS/SEC Singapore
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Environmental Motivations Behind Individual’s Energy Efficiency Investments and Daily Energy Saving Behaviour: Evidence from Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium
Vladimir Udalov
University of Wuppertal
Jens Perret
EIIW
Veronique Vasseur
Maastricht University
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Choosing not to Choose: Learnings about Consumers' Preferences and Switching Behaviour of Electricity Contracts for Emerging Economies
Fabian Grabicki
Roland Menges
TU Clausthal
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Heterogeneous Preferences and the Individual Change to Alternative Electricity Tariffs
Andreas Ziegler
University of Kassel
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58. Energy Efficiency Issues: Asia (Melati: 4102)

Allan Loi, Presiding
Energy Analyst
Energy Studies Institute

On the Equivalence of Energy Consumption Efficiency Estimates from Consumer and Producer Based Empirical Perspectives
David Broadstock
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Xiaoqi Chen
Southwestern University of Finance & Economics
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Scaling Compliance with Coverage? Firm-level Performace in China's Industrial Energy Conservation Program
Valerie J. Karplus
Da Zhang
Xingyao Shen
MIT
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Impact of Standards and Labelling Program on Consumer Discount Rate - An Experimental Study in India
Manisha Jain
Anand Rao
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Anand Patwardhan
University of Maryland
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No Subsidy Like Information: The Effect of Energy Information On Energy Efficiency Behavior
Gloria JinaKim
Jiyong Eom
KAIST College of Business
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Household Preference for Electricity Service Plans: the Role of Enabling Technology and Risk Preference
Jaewoong Lee
Jiyong Eom
Soyoung Yoo
KAIST College of Business
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59. Modelling Energy Markets (Melati: 4103)

Victor Nian, Presiding
Energy Studies Institute
National University of Singapore

Interval Tests for Structural Breaks in the Dependence: Empirical Evidence of Oil and Gold Markets
Qiang Ji
Center for Energy & Environmental Policy Research, Institutes of Science and Development, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Bingyue Liu
Department of Statistics and Finance, University of Science and Technology of China
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Does Oil Price Plunge Affect Alternative Energy Growth? Evidence from Dynamic Panel Model
Ishaya T Tambari
University of Portsmouth
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Understanding Natural Gas Prices: Bubbles, Oil Indexation and Structural Breaks
Dayong Zhang
Professor, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
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Price Rate Analysis of Gasoline, Ethanol and Sugar Between 2001 and 2015 in Brazil
Igor G Cesca
Virginia Parente
Fernando AS Postali
University of São Paulo
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60. Renewable Energy Policies (Melati: 4104)

Fatemeh Nazifi, Presiding
Lecturer
Macquarie University

Innovation of Renewable Energy Generation Technologies at a Regional Level in China: A Study Based on Patent Data Analysis
Nan Yu
University of Wuppertal
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Impact of the Unbundling on Renewable Electricity: Evidence from Kenya
Le Dong
Akihisa Mori
Kyoto University
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Renewable Energy Policy
Chen Wei-Ying
National Chengchi University
Yeh Fang-yu
Science & Technology Policy Research and Information Center
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Regional Distribution of Small Scale Photovoltaic Installations in Germany and its Drivers: A Spatial Econometric Approach
Jan Paul Baginski
Christoph Weber
Kevin Kuske
University of Duisburg-Essen
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Investment in Energy Efficiency, Adoption of Renewable Energy and Household Behaviour: Evidence from OECD Countries
Prudence Dato
IREGE/ Savoie Mont Blanc University
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 61-67
Wednesday, June 21, 2:00pm - 3:30pm

61. APEC Energy Issues (Orchid: 4201AB-3 / 4301AB-3)

Venkatachalam Anbumozhi, Presiding
Econ Res Inst for ASEAN

The Evolution of the Energy Security Concept and APEC Energy Cooperation
Irie Kazutomo
General Manager, Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre
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Future Perspective of Nuclear Power Development in the APEC Region: A Modelling Study
Hao Jia
Kazutomo Irie
Takashi Otsuki
Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre, IEEJ, Japan
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Development of APEC Low-Carbon Town Indicator System
Yuko Tanaka
Kazutomo Irie
Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre, The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan
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Potential for Renewable Energies' Application for Heating in the IndustrialI Sector – A Case Study of Selected APEC Economies
Sichao Kan
Yoshiaki Shibata
The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan
Cecilia Tam
Alexey Kabalinskiy
Asia Pacific Energy Research Center
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62. Economic Growth and the Environment (Orchid: 4211-2 / 4311-2)

Ira Drupady, Presiding
Research Associate
ESI NUS

Economic Growth and Air Pollution in the Persian Gulf Oil Exporting States
Masao Tsujimoto
Associate Professor, Hiroshima Shudo University
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Adaptation Plan for the Energy Sector: Participative Methods for Developing Countries
Santiago Arango-Aramburo
Diana C Ríos-Echeverri
Gloria P Jaramillo-Álvarez
Universidad Nacional de Colombia
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Do Energy-environmetnal Kuznets Curve Hypothesis Sustain in the Asian Region?
Kentaka Aruga
Saitama University
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Effects of Economic Greenhouse Gases Emissions on Economic Growth: Evidence from Nigeria and South Africa
Ikechukwu Sebastine Asogwa
Justin C Alugbuo
Charles N Anumudu
Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike
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63. Energy Modelling: Low Carbon Options (Orchid: 4206 & 4306)

Roman Mendelevitch, Presiding
Research Associate
Humboldt Universitat zu Berlin

Emissions Trading in a Policy Stew: a Case Study on China’s Wind CDM Projects
Yuan Xu
Aitong Li
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Bing Zhang
Xiuru Zhou
Nanjing University
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Clean Development Pathways for India: Evaluating Feasibility and Modeling Impact of Policy Options
Arun Singh
Valerie J Karplus
Niven Winchester
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Does the Low-carbon Pilot City Program Affect China's Carbon Intensity -A Difference-in-difference Analysis
Du HuiBin
Tianjin University
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Interactions Between Market Reform and a Carbon Price in China’s Power Sector
Fei Teng
Xin Wang
Tsinghua University
Frank Jotzo
Crawford School of Public Policy, The Australian National University
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64. Experience with Emission Trading Policies (Melati: 4001AB & 4101AB)

Melissa Low, Presiding
Research Associate
National University of Singapore

Current Status and Issues of the Korean Emission Trading Scheme
Seonghee Kim
Senior Researcher, Institute of Energy Economics, Japan
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Methodical Guidelines for Preparation of Lithuanian GHG Emissions Projections
Inga Konstantinaviciute
Arvydas Galinis
Vaclovas Miskinis
Vidas Lekavicius
Viktorija Bobinaite
Lithuanian Energy Institute
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Review of Emission Accounting Models in the Maritime Industry
Yuwei Yin
Nguyen Khoi Tran
Jasmine Siu Lee Lam
Nanyang Technological University
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Emission Permits Allocation, Market Power and Cost-effectiveness of ETS - A Theoretical Analysis
Mei Wang
Peng Zhou
Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
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65. Energy Efficiency in Buildings (Melati: 4002)

Catharina Wiese, Presiding
Technical University of Denmark

Consumer's Attitude Towards Investments in Residential Energy Efficient Appliances: How End-user Choices Contribute to Change Future Energy Systems
Mattia Baldini
Jordan Wente
Alessio Trivella
Technical University of Denmark
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Social Psychological Determinants for the Adoption of Green Residential Building
Yunxia Liu
Zaisheng Hong
Peng Liu
Tianjin University
Tian Sheng Allan Loi
Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore
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An Empirical Study of Tokyo Emission Trading Scheme: An Expost Analysis of Emissions from Commercial and University Buildings
Toshi H Arimura
Tatsuya Abe
Waseda University
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Cooling Infrastructure for the Commons: Energy-economic Assessment of Neighbourhood-Scale Cooling System in the Tropics
Marcel Bruelisauer
FRS / ETH Zurich
Renate Schubert
ETH Zurich
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Potential of Waste Heat and Waste Cold Energy Recovery in Singapore for District Cooling Applications: Impacts on Energy System
Dominik Franjo Dominkovic
Alessandro Romagnoli
Tim Fox
Allan Schrøder Pedersen
Nanyang Technological University
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66. Energy Modelling (Melati: 4003)

Muyi Yang, Presiding
PostDoc Associate
University of Technology Sydney

Impacts of Supply and Demand Factors During Oil Price Falls
Myung Suk Kim
Sogang University
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The Pattern of Inter-fuel Substitution in Energy Intensive Manufacturing Industries in India During 2000-01 – 2011-12
Shyamasree Dasgupta
Prateek Gauba
Shivam Satija
Indian Institute of Technology
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Estimating Energy Rationing Costs on General Equilibrium Environment with Compensating Variation
Edson Goncalves
FGV
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The Role of Natural Gas in Global Energy Balance for the Period Till 2040
Dmitry Sokolov
Head of Department, EEFD, Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF)
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67. Industrial Aspects of Energy Use (Melati: 4004)

Nur Azha Putra, Presiding
Energy Studies Institute, NUS

Technology Transition or Firms’ Relocation? A Multi-country Study of the Steel Industry
Giulia Valacchi
Graduate Institute Geneva
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Why do Manufacturing Industries Invest in Energy R&D?
Jose Garcia-Quevedo
Maria-Teresa Costa-Campi
University of Barcelona
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Mining Modernity: Energy Limitations and Efficiency Opportunities in Vietnam's Aluminum Industry
Cecilia Springer
University of California, Berkeley
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Market Structure and Performance of Downstream Oil Industry: A Case Study of Indian National Oil Companies
Deepak Sharma
Haripriya Gundimeda
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
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