Article OPEN
Stanis³aw Brzeziñski;
  • Journal: Advanced Logistic Systems, volume 1, issue 1 December, pages 108-112
  • Subject: natural gas, transportation, globalisation

In the paper, Author presents chosen aspects of natural gas transportation within global market. Natural gas transportation is a technicaly complicated and economicly expensive process; in infrastructure construction and activities costs. The paper also considers last a... View more
  • References (11)
    11 references, page 1 of 2

    [1] World Energy Outlook, IEA 2000.

    [2] BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2004

    [3] Commercializing Natural Gas: Lessons from the Seminar in Nairobi for Sub-Saharan Africa and Beyond, Energy Sector Management Assistance Programme, World Bank, Washington DC, January 2000, p. 29-30.

    [4] VICTOR D.G., JAFFE A. M., HAYES M.H., (ed.): Natural Gas and Geopolitics from 1970 to 2040, Cambridge University Press 2006

    [5] SOLIGO R., JAFFE A. M.: Market structure in the new gas economy: Is cartelization possible?, James A Baker III Institute for Public Policy, Rice University, 2004

    [6] HARTLEY P., MEDLOCK K., NESBITT J.: A Global Model of Natural Gas Markets: Some Case Results. James A Baker III Institute for Public Policy, Rice University, 2004

    [7] WAGSTYL S., OSTROVSKY A.: Russia and Germany to seal $5bn gas pipeline deal, Finacial Times,: September 06, 2005

    [8] TRONER. A.: Japan and The Russian Far East: The Economics and Competitive Impact of Least Cost Gas Imports, Baker Institute working paper, available at

    [9] HARTLEY P., BRITO:. Using Sakhalin Natural Gas in Japan Baker Institute working paper available at

    [10] Sakhalin-2 to Expand -With Gazprom Aboard World Gas Intelligence, October 13. 2004

  • Related Organizations (1)
  • Metrics
Share - Bookmark