GGM (Global Gas Model)

GGM is an equilibrium model of the global natural gas (including fossil natural gas, shale gas, and LNG) market. All countries with large amounts of natural gas production, consumption and transportation are part of this data set. According to the data set, up to 100 nodes can be distinguished.

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contributed at 2019-10-18

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Energie, Verkehr, Umwelt
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Quoted from: https://www.diw.de/de/diw_01.c.599753.de/modelle.html#ab_599749 

Das Global Gas Model (GGM) wurde gemeinsam mit Prof. Ruud Egging, PhD von der NTNU entwickelt und wird mit ihm gemeinsam genutzt.

GGM ist ein Gleichgewichtsmodell des weltweiten Marktes für Erdgas (inkl. fossiles Erdgas, Schiefergas, LNG). Alle Länder mit nennenswerter Erdgasförderung, -verbrauch, sowie -transport sind Teil des Datensatzes. Je nach Datensatz werden bis zu 100 Knoten unterschieden.

Im Modell werden die verschiedenen Akteurstypen ("Spieler") im Erdgassektor unterschieden: Produzenten, Transporteure (Pipeline und LNG) sowie Speicher. Im Modellaufbau als Gleichgewichtsmodell werden deren jeweilige Gewinnoptimierungsprobleme und spezifische Kosten abgebildet und miteinander verbunden sowie gleichzeitig gelöst. Das Modell ist in GAMS programmiert.

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Franziska Holz, Ruud Egging-Bratseth (2019). GGM (Global Gas Model), Model Item, OpenGMS, https://geomodeling.njnu.edu.cn/modelItem/7e087b43-073c-456e-84f5-1a9827480c99
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