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This paper explores the value of explicitly integrating the modeling of political concerns into a model of energy market projections. This is achieved by assessing the impact on global gas markets of political constraints on restarting Japanese nuclear reactors. The 2018 KAPSARC discussion paper cited above utilized the KAPSARC Toolkit for Behavioral Analysis (KTAB) to determine the political will for such a policy decision.

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Saleh Al Muhanna

Research Analyst Saleh is a senior research analyst in the Policy and Decision Science program. His interests lie in geopolitical research, international… Saleh is a senior research analyst in the Policy and Decision Science program. His interests lie in geopolitical research, international agreements and international trade. Saleh holds a master's degree in international commerce and policy from George Mason University and a B.S. degree in economics from Pennsylvania State University.

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  • Political theory
  • Geopolitics
  • International trade.

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Rami Shabaneh

Research Associate Rami is a KAPSARC research associate focusing on global gas and liquids markets. He has more than 10 years of… Rami is a KAPSARC research associate focusing on global gas and liquids markets. He has more than 10 years of professional research and industry experience in energy and market analysis. Prior to joining KAPSARC, Rami worked as a fundamentals analyst advising management on specific issues affecting North American natural gas and NGLs markets.  

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  • Oil and gas markets
  • NGLs
  • Petrochemicals

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