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Against the background of record levels of UK hydrocarbon production and a government review of the UKCS tax regime, this paper provides evidence that the government’s share of UKCS profits is very low by historical and international standards and demonstrates that the current tax regime is...
This paper summarizes a series of six workshops that estimated the effects of potential climate change commitments on six energy intensive industries. The six industries are: steel, chemicals, paper and pulp, aluminum, cement and petroleum refining. The climate policy commitments are assumed to...
This paper presents a general methodological framework for the formulation of an action plan for the large-scale integration of renewable energy sources (RES). The action plan is the output of a four-stage procedure: (a) identification and ranking of RES technologies according to various...
An important feature of the Protocol concluded in Kyoto, Japan, in December 1997 is the differentiation of the climate targets of the industrialized countries. A more systematic approach to burden sharing than that leading to the Kyoto Protocol could help negotiating targets after 2012, and when...
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