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DOI10.1016/j.enpol.2019.111068
An extended overview of natural gas use embodied in world economy and supply chains: Policy implications from a time series analysis
Kan S.; Chen B.; Meng J.; Chen G.
Date Issued2020
ISSN0301-4215
Volume137
Other AbstractAs an extension of our previous study on natural gas use in world economy (Kan et al., Energy Policy 124 (2019) 215–225), this paper explores policy implications based on a time series analysis uncovering the evolution of natural gas use embodied in global supply chains during 2000-2011. Due to increasing gas supply from gas-rich regions to gas-scarce regions and outsourcing of energy-intensive industries, trade imbalance of embodied natural gas is intensifying globally, corresponding to strengthening gas resource relocation and environmental stress shift. Regarding trade patterns, EU and Russia remain the leading (net) importer and exporter of embodied gas, respectively. And global trade relations are diversifying over time, with more suppliers and recipients joining the international trade. Based on the New Policies Scenario provided by IEA, a long term forecast of embodied gas use illustrates need to prepare for a world with changing energy mix, with respect to growing availability of low-cost natural gas and robust demand growth coming from emerging economies, especially China, who is struggling to fight against air pollution through coal-to-gas switch. Potential room to expand natural gas utilization is also targeted, and the expansion requires coordination of all the agents in global supply chains. © 2019 Elsevier Ltd
enkeywordsEmbodied energy; Global supply chains; Natural gas; Resource relocation; Trade imbalance
Language英语
scopus keywordsEnergy resources; Gas supply; Harmonic analysis; International trade; Natural gas; Natural gas deposits; Public policy; Supply chains; Time series analysis; Embodied energy; Emerging economies; Energy intensive industries; Environmental stress; Global supply chain; Long-term forecast; Natural gas utilization; Policy implications; Gases; energy market; energy policy; energy use; gas supply; natural gas; regional economy; supply chain management; time series analysis; trade relations; Europe; Russian Federation
journalEnergy policy
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://gcip.llas.ac.cn/handle/2XKMVOVA/124946
AffiliationLaboratory of Systems Ecology and Sustainability Science, College of Engineering, Peking University, Beijing, 100871, China; The Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management, University College London, London, WC1E 7HB, United Kingdom
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Kan S.,Chen B.,Meng J.,et al. An extended overview of natural gas use embodied in world economy and supply chains: Policy implications from a time series analysis[J],2020,137.
APA Kan S.,Chen B.,Meng J.,&Chen G..(2020).An extended overview of natural gas use embodied in world economy and supply chains: Policy implications from a time series analysis.Energy policy,137.
MLA Kan S.,et al."An extended overview of natural gas use embodied in world economy and supply chains: Policy implications from a time series analysis".Energy policy 137(2020).
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