Ruud Egging
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A complementarity model for the European natural gas market
R Egging, SA Gabriel, F Holz, J Zhuang
Energy policy 36 (7), 2385-2414, 2008
2002008
The World Gas Model: A multi-period mixed complementarity model for the global natural gas market
R Egging, F Holz, SA Gabriel
Energy 35 (10), 4016-4029, 2010
1692010
Local electricity market designs for peer-to-peer trading: The role of battery flexibility
A Lüth, JM Zepter, PC del Granado, R Egging
Applied energy 229, 1233-1243, 2018
1642018
Examining market power in the European natural gas market
RG Egging, SA Gabriel
Energy policy 34 (17), 2762-2778, 2006
1612006
Prosumer integration in wholesale electricity markets: Synergies of peer-to-peer trade and residential storage
JM Zepter, A Lüth, PC del Granado, R Egging
Energy and Buildings 184, 163-176, 2019
992019
Solving stochastic complementarity problems in energy market modeling using scenario reduction
SA Gabriel, J Zhuang, R Egging
European Journal of Operational Research 197 (3), 1028-1040, 2009
722009
Cartelization in gas markets: Studying the potential for a “Gas OPEC”
SA Gabriel, KE Rosendahl, R Egging, HG Avetisyan, S Siddiqui
Energy Economics 34 (1), 137-152, 2012
692012
Market power, fuel substitution and infrastructure–A large-scale equilibrium model of global energy markets
D Huppmann, R Egging
Energy 75, 483-500, 2014
672014
Benders Decomposition for multi-stage stochastic mixed complementarity problems–Applied to a global natural gas market model
R Egging
European Journal of Operational Research 226 (2), 341-353, 2013
592013
A global perspective on the future of natural gas: Resources, trade, and climate constraints
F Holz, PM Richter, R Egging
Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 2020
552020
Risks in global natural gas markets: investment, hedging and trade
R Egging, F Holz
Energy Policy 94, 468-479, 2016
542016
Representing gaspec with the world gas model
R Egging, F Holz, C Von Hirschhausen, SA Gabriel
The Energy Journal 30 (Special Issue), 2009
482009
An overview of biofuel technologies, markets and policies in Europe
E Thuijl, CJ Roos, LWM Beurskens
by: Publication date: ECN Policy Studies 1-1-2003, 2003
472003
How does the European recovery target for construction & demolition waste affect resource management?
M Arm, O Wik, CJ Engelsen, M Erlandsson, O Hjelmar, M Wahlström
Waste and biomass valorization 8 (5), 1491-1504, 2017
392017
The world gas market in 2030–development scenarios using the World Gas Model
D Huppmann, R Egging, F Holz, C Von Hirschhausen, S Ruster
International journal of global energy issues 35 (1), 64-84, 2011
332011
Multi-period natural gas market modeling Applications, stochastic extensions and solution approaches
RG Egging
University of Maryland, College Park, 2010
302010
Long-term gas supply security in an enlarged Europe
F van Oostvoorn
Final report, ENGAGED project. Available from ECN website, 2003
302003
The role of natural gas in a low-carbon Europe: Infrastructure and regional supply security in the global gas model
F Holz, PM Richter, R Egging
DIW Berlin Discussion Paper, 2013
282013
Abundant shale gas resources: some implications for energy policy
SPA Brown, SA Gabriel, R Egging
Resources for the Future, 1-46, 2010
282010
The role of natural gas in a low-carbon Europe: infrastructure and supply security
F Holz, PM Richter, R Egging
The Energy Journal 37 (Sustainable Infrastructure Development and Cross …, 2016
172016
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