Energy Forum

1st Quarter 2000
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"Modeling Analyses of the Costs of Kyoto: What Did We Learn?"
by Ronald J. Sutherland
"Mainstream Economics and Climate Alarmism"
by Robert L. Bradley Jr.
"Combining the Carrot and the Stick: The Best Policy Approach to Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions"
by Robert Lempert, Mark Bernstein and David Robalino
"The Double Bubble: Definition, Available Literature and Estimated Impacts"
by Paul Monfils
"Japan’s LNG Demand: Where is the Consumer?"
by Fereidun Fesharaki and Sara Banaszak
"Restructuring Of U.S. Electric Power Sector Continues Despite Setbacks"
by Fereidoon P. Sioshansi
"Benchmarking Nuclear Production Costs by Components"
by Darrel A. Nash

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