Exploring the uncertainty around potential shale gas development – A global energy system analysis based on TIAM (TIMES Integrated Assessment Model)
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KeywordsShale gas; Supply curves; Gas market dynamics; Energy system analysis; Energy scenarios; TIMES Integrated Assessment Model (TIAM);
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