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The Latvian UGS Potential for Improvement of the EU's Security of the Natural Gas Supply: a Midterm Perspective
(10/13/2014)
Key words: natural gas, underground gas storage, Dobele Structure, security of the natural gas supply.

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
Best Practice Methodologies for Risk Management on Oil and Gas Field Development Projects
(10/13/2014)
Keywords: Risk Management, Oil and Gas, Quantitative Risk Analysis

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
Strategic Foresight Methods for policy making in energy sector (Designing a Foresight Framework for Iran's Natural Gas industry based on CNG)
(2/22/2013)
Keywords: foresight methods, energy policies, scenario planning, Delphi survey,

STEEP V, system dynamics, CNG filling facility , Natural gas vehicles (;NGV';s)

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
Risk Assessment of LPG Based Fueled Vehicles an Alternate Fuelings Option in Pakistan
(2/22/2013)
Arfa Nawaz

9th International Energy conference (;IEC) to be held on 20-21 Feb 2013,

Keywords:

Energy deficiency, LPG fueled vehicle, risk analysis, probabilistic risk analysis,

fire risk, risk categorization.

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
The potential of gas-to-liquid technology in the energy market The case of Qatar
(11/21/2011)
Energy Policy, Volume 35, Issue 10, October 2007, Pages 4799-4811

Keywords: Gas-to-liquid technology;; Clean fuel;; Market analyses

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
Oil and gas project finance in the Middle East Dubai 12–13 May 1996
(11/21/2011)
Energy Policy, Volume 25, Issue 1, January 1997, Pages 117-118

H Khatib

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
Natural gas prices, LNG transport costs, and the dynamics of LNG imports
(11/21/2011)
Energy Economics, Volume 33, Issue 2, March 2011, Pages 217-226

Keywords: LNG Demand analysis Natural gas price

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
Gas transportation, geopolitics and future market structure
(11/21/2011)
Futures, Volume 43, Issue 10, December 2011, Pages 1056-1068

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
Energy geopolitics and Iran–Pakistan–India gas pipeline
(11/21/2011)
Energy Policy, Volume 35, Issue 6, June 2007, Pages 3280-3301

Keywords: Geopolitics;; WTO;; Pipeline

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
A system dynamic model for production and consumption policy in Iran oil and gas sector
(11/21/2011)
Energy Policy, Volume 38, Issue 12, December 2010, Pages 7764-7774

Behdad Kiani, Mohammad Ali Pourfakhraei

Keywords: System dynamicsmodel  Oil andgassector Policy implications

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
A supply model for crude oil and natural gas in the Middle East
(11/9/2011)
Energy Policy, Volume 35, Issue 4, April 2007, Pages 2096-2109

R. Chedid, M. Kobrosly, R. Ghajar

Keywords: Crude oil;; Natural gas;; Econometric models

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
THE CONVERGENCE BETWEEN THE NATURAL GAS PRICES: HENRY HUB AND NATIONAL BALACING POINT
(11/16/2009)
Using the theoretical approach of The Law of One Price (;LOP), this paper analyzes the long-term convergence between international natural gas prices: Henry Hub and National Balancing Point (;NBP) using econometric analysis. It is also calculated the volatility of relative prices between the Henry Hub prices and the NBP prices, natural gas prices and fuel oil prices and the Brent and the WTI to study the process of globalization across energy markets. The LOP assumes that the same good should have the same price across countries when measured in the same currency. The LOP argument should be applied among tradable and homogeneous goods. The main reasons to explain the violation of the LOP are transportations costs, tariffs and non-tariffs barriers, nontradable goods and “pricing to market”. When the LOP argument is applied to the natural gas market, it is not expected to have the same natural gas prices across countries, but convergence between prices. The reasons to explain that convergence are, first, the huge investments on the liquefied natural gas supply chain (;liquefaction, shipping and regasification) making possible the interconnectedness of different markets, second, the signature of contracts more flexible, based on the spot market

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
GLOBAL NATURAL GAS MARKET: REALITY OR EXPECTATION
(11/16/2009)
May 6, 2009

Keywords: Natural Gas, Cointegration, Kalman Filter, Error Correction Model, Copula Analysis.

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)