Linepack storage valuation under price uncertainty

@inproceedings{Arvesen2018LinepackSV,
  title={Linepack storage valuation under price uncertainty},
  author={{\O}. Arvesen and V. Medb{\o} and Stein-Erik Fleten and Asgeir Tomasgard and Sjur Westgaard},
  year={2018}
}
Natural gas flows in pipelines as a consequence of the pressure difference at the inlet and outlet. Adjusting these pressures makes it possible to inject natural gas at one rate and withdraw at a different rate, hence using the pipeline as storage as well as transport. We study the value of using the so called pipeline linepack as a short-term gas storage and how this functionality may offset the discrepancy between the low flexibility in take-or-pay contracts and the high inherent flexibility… CONTINUE READING

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