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Analyse von Grenzkostenpreisen im Europaeischen Gasmarkt

Der An- und Verkauf von Erdgas an Grosshandelsmaerkten wird in einem zunehmend liberalisierten Gasmarkt auch in Kontinentaleuropa weiter an Bedeutung gewinnen. Die Preise an diesen Maerkten bilden sich aus Angebot und Nachfrage; wie in jeder netzgebundenen Industrie kommt der Infrastruktur und ihrer Verfuegbarkeit dabei jedoch eine wichtige Rolle zu. Mit Hilfe des Ergasinfrastruktur- und Dispatchmodells Tiger werden in dieser Arbeit Grenzkostenpreise fuer ausgewaehlte europaeische Handelspunkte geschaetzt. Die Grundlage dafuer bildet ein most-likely Szenario fuer die Entwicklung des europaeischen Gasmarktes bis zum Jahr 2018. Die aktuell in der Realitaet zu beobachtende hohe Korrelation der europaeischen Boersenpreise fuer Erdgas untereinander kann dabei mit dem Modell nachvollzogen werden. Getrieben durch die Entwicklung von Angebot und Nachfrage zeigt sich jedoch, dass signifikant unterschiedliche Grenzkostenpreise in Nordwest- und Zentraleuropa in der naechsten Dekade temporaer auftreten koennen. Grund dafuer sind Infrastrukturengpaesse in Zeiten hoher Nachfrage.

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Paper provided by Energiewirtschaftliches Institut an der Universitaet zu Koeln (EWI) in its series EWI Working Papers with number 2008-5.

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Length: 15 pages
Date of creation: 02 Dec 2008
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Handle: RePEc:ris:ewikln:2008_005
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