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By John K Hunter, B. Nachtergaele

ISBN-10: 9810241917

ISBN-13: 9789810241919

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5 mtoe, half of which is estimated to take place in the household sector. 5 are differences in long-term equilibrium levels, which will only occur if the price differences are sustained over a long period of time. As stressed above, our constant average cost of transmission and distribution in these calculations tend to overestimate unit cost prices at the new volumes and thus underestimate volume effects. On the other hand, there is, of course, uncertainty related to the estimated cost figures.

In the residential sector, natural gas use has grown from a very small percentage of total energy consumption in the early 1960s, to 40% of total consumption in 1985. This growth has varied among the countries in the region. In the 1970s, the increased availability of natural gas, and its favourable price relative to oil, caused fuel switching from oil to natural gas in existing dwellings, and stimulated the use of natural gas in new dwellings. The intensity of use also increased primarily because of increases in the number of centrally heated dwellings, and in the share of singlefamily dwellings.

The supply behaviour assumed by DOM is strikingly different from that of a static Cournot investment game. e. the players cannot respond to each other's actions or moves. The Cournot equilibrium is Pareto-dominated by the collusive solution (monopoly) which, however, is not achievable when producers cannot cooperate. This is known as the 'prisoners' dilemma'. But if the game is repeated, and the players have so-called trigger strategies, the collusive solution may be an equilibrium. However, we will argue that as a description of behaviour in the market for natural gas, the collusive repeated game solution is not appropriate.

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