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GTAP Resource #6867

"Projecting long-term global energy production and consumption patterns using the GTAP-Power-AEZ Recursive Dynamic model"
by Chen, Shenjie and Jingliang Xiao


Abstract
This presentation is to study the shifts in the global energy trade and production patterns as a result of the war in Ukraine, exploring the implications of such shifts for global emission reductions and carbon footprints.

Russia is one of the most important energy producing countries in the world. One of the most important aftermaths of Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine and economic sanctions is the shifts in the global energy trade and production patterns, which have broad implications for the cost structure of production, emission reductions, and carbon footprints in many parts of the world.

The analysis shows that the crisis provides a short-term boost to demand for oil and coal. But the lasting gains from the crisis accrue to low-emissions sources, mainly renewables.





Resource Details (Export Citation) GTAP Keywords
Category: 2023 Conference Paper
Status: Not published
By/In: Presented during the 26th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis (Bordeaux, France)
Date: 2023
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Created: Chen, S. (4/12/2023)
Updated: Chen, S. (4/12/2023)
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- Dynamic modeling
- Climate impacts
- Trade and the environment
- Economic crisis
- European Union


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