© 2017 by Daniel Raimi

Peer-reviewed publications and working papers

Forthcoming "The climate implications of the shale revolution."

Forthcoming “Public support for fracking: New evidence from Colorado.” With Alan Krupnick and Morgan Bazilian.

Forthcoming “Comment on ‘The Intensification of the Water Footprint of Hydraulic Fracturing.’” Science Advances. 

Forthcoming "Economic volatility in oil producing regions: Exploring impacts and policy options.” With Ron Minsk, Jake Higdon, and Alan Krupnick. Columbia Center on Global Energy Policy report.

2019 “Global Energy Outlooks 2019: The Next Generation of Energy.” With Richard G. Newell and Gloria Aldana. Resources for the Future report.

2019 “The Greenhouse Gas Impacts of Increased US Oil and Gas Production.” Resources for the Future working paper 19-03.

2019 “Plugging the Leaks: Why Existing Financial Incentives Aren't Enough to Reduce Methane.” With Catherine Hausman. Kleinman Center on Energy Policy, University of Pennsylvania Policy Digest.

2019 "Federal subsidies for clean energy." With Richard G. Newell and William A. Pizer. Energy Economics. Vol. 80, pp. 831-841.

2018 "The fiscal effects of increased oil and gas development on local governments." With Richard G. Newell. Energy Policy. Volume 117, pp. 14-24. 

2018 “‘Energy Dominance’: The Right Goal for U.S. Policy?” The University of Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, Oxford Energy Forum. Issue 111.

2017 "Local fiscal effects of a drilling downturn." With Richard G. Newell. Resources for the Future Report. 

2017 "US State and Local Oil and Gas Revenue Sources and Uses." With Richard G. Newell. Energy Policy. Volume 112, pp. 12-18. 

2017 "Decommissioning US Power Plants: Decisions, Costs and Key Issues." Resources for the Future Report. 

2017 "WHIMBY (What's Happening in My Back Yard)? A Community Risk-Benefit Matrix of Unconventional Oil and Gas Development." With Alan Krupnick, Isabel Echarte, and Laura Zachary. Resources for the Future Discussion Paper. 

2016 “US state and local oil and gas revenues” With Richard G. Newell. Resources for the Future Discussion Paper.

2016 “Local fiscal effects of oil and gas development.” With Richard G. Newell. Duke Univ. Energy Initiative working paper.

2016 “Local government revenue from oil and gas production.” With Richard G. Newell. Duke Univ. Energy Initiative working paper.

2016 “Dunn County and Watford City, N.D.: A case study of the fiscal effects of Bakken shale development.” With Richard G. Newell. Duke Univ. Energy Initiative working paper.

2016 “Colorado’s Piceance Basin: Case Study of Local Public Finance Effects of Oil and Gas Development.” With Richard G. Newell. Duke Univ. Energy Initiative working paper.

2016 “Global Energy Outlook 2015.” With Richard G. Newell and Yifei Qian. Chapter 1 in Energy and Security: Strategies for a World in Transition. Woodrow Wilson Center Press / Johns Hopkins University Press.

2015 “Shale Public Finance: Local Government Revenues and Costs Associated with Oil and Gas Development.” With Richard G. Newell. National Bureau of Economic Research. Working paper 21542. 

2015 “Oil and Gas Revenue Allocation for Local Governments in Eight States.” With Richard G. Newell. National Bureau of Economic Research. Working paper 21615. 

2014 “Oil and Gas Revenue Allocation for Local Governments in Eight States.” With Richard G. Newell. Duke Univ. Energy Initiative working paper.

2014 “Implications of Shale Gas Development for Climate Change.” With Richard G. Newell. Environmental Science and Technology. Vol. 48, No. 15.

2014 “Carbon Markets: Past, Present, and Future.” With Richard G. Newell and William A. Pizer. Annual Review of Resource Economics, Vol. 6.  

2014 “Carbon Markets: Effective Policy?—Response.” With Richard G. Newell and William A. Pizer. Science. Vol. 344, No. 6191.

2014 “Shale Public Finance: Local Government Revenues and Costs Associated with Oil and Gas Development.” With Richard G. Newell. Duke Univ. Energy Initiative working paper. 

2014 “Carbon Market Lessons and Global Policy Outlook.” With Richard G. Newell and William A. Pizer. Science. Vol. 343, No. 6177.

2013 “Carbon Markets 15 Year After Kyoto: Lessons Learned, New Challenges.” With Richard G. Newell and William A. Pizer. Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol. 27,    No. 1. 

2013 “Shale Gas Regulations Comparison Workbook for North Carolina.” Delivered to the    N.C. Mining and Energy Commission, March 8, 2013.

2012 “Potential Social Impacts of Shale Gas Development in North Carolina.” In N.C. Oil and Gas Study, N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources.

2012 “Carbon Markets: Past, Present, and Future.” With Richard G. Newell and William A. Pizer. National Bureau of Economic Research. Working paper 18504.

Articles and op-eds

 

2017 "Donald Trump Wants 'American Energy Dominance.' What is That?" Slate.

2017 "How the States Manage Revenue from Growing Oil and Gas Production." With Richard G. Newell. Scholars Strategy Network. 

2016 "Two Oil and Gas Boomtowns Can Tell Us a Lot About the Economy." With Richard G. Newell. Business Insider.

2016 "California's Aliso Canyon Methane Leak: Climate Disaster or Opportunity?" US News and World Report. 

2015. "As US Shutters Aging Nuclear Plants, Cutting Emissions Will Become More Costly." The Conversation. 

2014 "Lessons From the US: The Benefits of Fracking for Local Governments." The Guardian. 

Photo: Looking north onto the Arctic Ocean through the jawbones of a Bowhead whale. Barrow, Alaska. 2015.