Management of Weather and Climate Risk in the Energy Industry

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ISBN: 978-90-481-3691-9 (Print) 978-90-481-3692-6 (Online)

Table of contents (22 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxxi

  2. Weather and Climate Fundamentals for the Energy Sector

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      Pages 3-23

      Weather, Climate, and the Energy Industry

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      Pages 25-37

      Weather and Climate Predictions for the Energy Sector

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      Pages 39-50

      Multi-Scale Projections Of Weather And Climate At The Uk Met Office

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      Pages 51-65

      Meteorology, Climate and Energy

  3. Policies for Information Transfer Between Weather/Climate and Energy Sectors

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      Pages 69-87

      Use of Indicators to Improve Communication on Energy Systems Vulnerability, Resilience and Adaptation to Climate Change

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      Pages 89-104

      Climate Services for Development in Africa with a Potential Focus on Energy

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      Pages 105-120

      Weather/Climate Services in Europe and Central Asia: A Key Tool for Energy Sector Adaptation to Climate Change

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      Pages 121-135

      Climate Risk Management for the Energy Sector in Africa: The Role of the African Development Bank

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      Pages 137-147

      Data Headaches

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      Pages 149-163

      Communicating Information for Energy and Development

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      Pages 165-171

      Requirements of Oil and Gas Operations for Climate Data, Information, Products and Services in the High Latitudes

  4. Energy Sector Practices, Needs, Impediments Including Current Weather/Climate Information Transfer to the Energy Sector

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      Pages 175-188

      Practices, Needs and Impediments in the Use of Weather/Climate Information in The Electricity Sector

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      Pages 189-206

      Large-Scale Variability of Weather Dependent Renewable Energy Sources

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      Pages 207-226

      Modelling and Forecasting Energy Demand: Principles and Difficulties

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      Pages 227-239

      Can We Trust Long-Range Weather Forecasts?

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      Pages 241-252

      Storm Prediction Research and its Application to the Oil/Gas Industry

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      Pages 253-266

      Weather Sensitivity of Electricity Supply and Data Services of the German Met Office

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      Pages 267-280

      Water Management of a Thermal Power Plant — a Site Specific Approach Concerning Climate Change

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      Pages 281-303

      Mathematical Programming Basis for Decision Making Using Weather and Climate Information for the Energy Sector

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      Pages 305-314

      How Synoptic Data Can Be Used To Investigate The Effect Of Climate Change On Black-Out Risk? A Study On Trends In Snow Deposition On Power Lines

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