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The collection “Les Cahiers de l’Économie” aims to present work carried out at IFP Energies nouvelles and IFP School dealing with economics, finance or energy transition management .
Quantifying virtual water scarcity risk transfers of energy system in China
N°139 – January 2021
Xuebing Yao, Xu Tang, Arash Farnoosh, Cuiyang Feng
Using multi-regional input-output analysis, this study estimates the virtual flows ad virtual water scarcity risk transfers driven by interprovincial energy consumption in China. Results could provide reference value for policymakers to develop new energy strategies and manage water resources sustainably.
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How are day-ahead prices informative for predicting the next day’s consumption of natural gas?
N°138 – December 2020
Arthur Thomas, Olivier Massol, Benoît Sévi
Using data from France, this paper investigates, for the first time, whether the next day’s consumption of natural gas can be accurately forecast using a simple model that solely incorporates the information contained in dayahead market data.
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Dynamics of biofuel prices on the European market
N°137 – November 2020
Francis Declerck, Jean-Pierre Indjehagopian, Frédéric Lantz
This paper aims at explaining the major drivers of biodiesel market prices by examining agricultural resource prices and gasoil prices for automotive fuels in the context of the EU environmental policy.
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Certificats : marier reprise économique et transition écologique
N°136 - September 2020 [ STUDY & SYNTHESIS ]
Maxime Schenckery, Jacques Millery
Dans une économie durement touchée par la COVID 19, comment remettre en fonction des acteurs de base de l’économie sur notre territoire à travers des activités porteuses de sens liées à la transition énergétique, dans un contexte de crise où en plus un prix du pétrole bas n’encourage pas cette transition ?
L’utilisation du mécanisme des certificats permet-il de résoudre ce paradoxe, en mariant support à la relance économique et transition énergétique ?
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Building infrastructures for Fossil- and Bio-energy with Carbon Capture and Storage: insights from a cooperative game-theoretic perspective
N°135 - August 2020
Emma Jagu, Olivier Massol
This paper examines the deployment of a shared CO2 transportation infrastructure needed to support the combined emergence of bio-energy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) and fossil energy with carbon capture and storage (CCS).
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Energy, Knowledge, and Demo-Economic Development in the Long Run
N°134 – May 2020
Emmanuel Bovari, Victor Court
In this article we provide a quantitative analysis of the role of energy in long-term growth, accounting for the interaction between human capital accumulation and technological change. To do so, we design a unified growth model featuring fertility and educational choices, energy resources extraction, directed technical change, and endogenous general purpose technologies diffusion.
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A systematic review of the energy and climate impacts of teleworking
N°133 – March 2020
Andrew Hook, Victor Court, Benjamin Sovacool, Steve Sorrell
This review assesses how changes in working practices are associated with different forms of teleworking, including the use of different ICTs, various commuting/travel options, and different working spaces such as offices, cafes, libraries, and homes.
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What can be learned from the free destination option in the LNG imbroglio?
N°132 – January 2020
Amina Baba, Anna Creti, Olivier Massol
This article examine the profitability of flexible routing by LNG cargoes for a single supplier taking into account uncertainty in the medium-term dynamics of gas markets. Results portend a substantial source of profit for the industry and reveal future movements of vessels.
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