DOI: 10.33737/gpps19-tc-050
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Abstract: The increased imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) are one possible way for the EU to diversify its natural gas supply by 2030. However, as LNG is a globally traded commodity of limited abundance, other consumers' trends in LNG demand will impact the price and availability of LNG in Europe. This work couples a global LNG trade model to a high-resolution gas system model of the real European gas network to quantitatively assess the impact of possible different trends in global LNG supply and demand on the Eur… Show more

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