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Institute of Energy Economics (EWI)

The Institute of Energy Economics at the University of Cologne (EWI) carries out education, research and consultancy activities in all areas of energy economics and energy policy. The institute is affiliated to the University of Cologne. The institute's research and consulting activities include sector specific energy industry studies, modelling of European as well as global energy markets, institutional and regulatory issues, outlooks of short, medium- and long-term price development, integration of energy markets in the EU and energy-environment interactions. EWI also maintains versatile, complex models designed for quantitative analysis of problems relating to energy policy and environmental policyService in ACCESS: Within ACCESS’ WP4, EWI will provide irreplaceable model support regarding the diffusion of market shocks from newly introduced Arctic natural gas into European and world markets. EWI’s global natural gas market model MAGELAN will be used to calculate various quantitative scenarios for the additional supply of Arctic gas and the impact on global gas flows including consequences for other gas producing regions as well as selected downstream markets (development of shares in the global gas market, shift of trade flows). MAGELAN is one of the few existing models that represent all relevant production and consumption nodes of natural gas as well as the relevant transport routes, including both pipeline based transport and LNG transport.


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PD Dr. Dietmar Lindenberger is a lecturer of Energy Economics at the University of Cologne and Director Applied Research of the Institute of Energy Economics at the University of Cologne (EWI). He has more than 15 years of experience in research and consulting for private and public entities, including the European Commission, State- and Federal level ministries in Germany, national and international utilities, various international research institutions and other public clients as well as industry associations. Dr. Lindenberger holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Karlsruhe.