# Natural Gas (under construction)

- The effect of investment options and time horizont on bargaining power.
- The impact of investments in strategic pipelines, such as Nord Stream, South Stream and Nabucco on the bargaining power.
- Whether customers or outside producers benefit most from the liberalization of intra European pipelines.

documentation (pdf) | describes the general procedure and files which are used to compute and store the results used in this and some other papers. |

EAGas-Model (rar) | contains code (mainly Mathematica notebooks and packages) used to represent the network, calibrate the model, calculate the value function etc. |

Games-Tools (rar) | contains code (mainly Mathematica some Matlab) used to calculate the solutions. |

**Pipeline Power: A Case Study of Strategic Network Investments**

Franz Hubert & Onur Cobanli (2014)

Review of Network Economics, 14(2), pp. 75-110. (Published Online: 08/29/2016)

**Network Access and Market Power**

Franz Hubert & Ekaterina Orlova (2014)

**Competition or Countervailing Power for the European Gas Market**

Franz Hubert & Ekaterina Orlova (2014)

**Hold-up and Strategic Investment in International Transport Networks: Gas Pipelines in North Western Europe**

Franz Hubert & Svetlana Ikonnikova (2011)

**Investment Options and Bargaining Power in the Eurasian Supply Chain for Natural Gas**

Franz Hubert & Svetlana Ikonnikova (2011)

Journal of Industrial Economics, vol LIX, (1), pp. 85 -116