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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2012Best Practices and Methodological Guidelines for Conducting Gas Risk AssessmentsBOLADO LAVIN Ricardo; GRACCEVA FRANCESCO; ZENIEWSKI PETER; ZASTERA PAVEL; VANHOORN Lenhart; MENGOLINI Anna MariaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013Exploring the uncertainty around potential shale gas development - A global energy system analysis based on TIAM (TIMES Integrated Assessment Model)GRACCEVA FRANCESCO; ZENIEWSKI PETERArticles in Journals
2013International Handbook of Energy Security Part II Chapter 3 : Framing new threats: the internal security of gas and electricity networks in the European UnionZENIEWSKI PETER; BRANCUCCI CARLO; PEARSON IVANArticles in books
2012Preventive Action Plan and Emergency Plan Good Practices: A Review of EU Member State natural gas preventive action and emergency plansZENIEWSKI PETER; BOLADO LAVIN RicardoEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012A review of national gas emergency plans in the European UnionZENIEWSKI PETER; BOLADO LAVIN RicardoArticles in Journals
2012Unconventional Gas in Europe: Potential Energy Market ImpactsPEARSON IVAN; ZENIEWSKI PETER; GRACCEVA FRANCESCO; ZASTERA Pavel; MCGLADE Christophe; SORRELL Steve; SPEIRS James; THONHAUSER Gerhard; ALECU Corina; ERIKSSON Arne, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013Workshop Proceedings: Safe And Efficient Shale Gas Exploration And ProductionERIKSSON Arne; GANDOSSI Luca; ZENIEWSKI PETEREUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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