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David Wogan

Jeunes docteurs et ATER
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  • Research group

      Développement Durable, Environnement et Energie

  • Theme(s)
    • Economie de l'énergie et de l'environnement
    • Politique énergétique

Senior Research Associate

King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC)

  • Box 88550

Riyadh 11672, Saudi Arabia


Thèse sous la direction de Marc Baudry intitulée :

“The role of economic distortions in impending or accelerating regional systems integration”




The University of Texas at Austin, M.S., Mechanical Engineering, 2010.

Thesis: “An Integrated Resource and Biological Growth Model for Estimating Algal Biomass Production with Geographic Resolution”.

The University of Texas at Austin, M. Public Affairs, 2010.

The University of Texas at Austin, M.S., Mechanical Engineering, 2010. Focus area: Nuclear Engineering



Energy and environmental economics, energy policy, energy systems analysis, quantitative modelling, regional integration, commodity trade flows, behavioral economics, industrial organization, energy security, energy access in developing economies



Global energy and climate policy (expertise in MENA region), energy subsidies, scenario planning and analysis, energy system decarbonization transitions, computational simulation and optimization, energy- water nexus



Wogan, D., Murphy, F., Pierru, A. (2018). “The costs and gains of policy options to coordinate electricity production in the Gulf Cooperation Council”, Submitted to Energy Policy.

Wogan, D., Carey, E., Cooke, D. (2018). “Policy Pathways to decarbonize Saudi Arabia’s power and water sectors in the context of the Paris Agreement”. Submitted to Applied Energy.

Karanfil, F., Wogan, D., Pierru, A., Medlock, K., Hartley, P. (2018). “The opportunity cost of oil and natural gas in Saudi Arabia”, In preparation.



Wogan, D., Murphy, F., Pierru, A. (2018). “The Costs and Gains of Coordinating Electricity Generation in the Gulf Cooperation Council Utilizing the Interconnector”. KAPSARC publication


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