Journal Publications

2018

Balcombe P., Speirs J., Johnson E.,  Martin J., Brandon, N. A. D. Hawkes. The carbon credentials of hydrogen gas networks and supply chains. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews (91) pp.1077-1088 [download]

Speirs J., Balcombe P.,  Johnson E.,  Martin J., Brandon N., Hawkes A. D. A greener gas grid: What are the options. Energy Policy 118 pp.291-297 [download]

Crow D. J. G., Giarola S.,  Hawkes A.D. A dynamic model of global natural gas supply. Applied Energy 218 (15) pp. 452-469 [download]

Giarola S., Forte O., Lanzini A.,  Gandiglio M.,  Santarelli M., Hawkes A. D., Techno-economic assessment of biogas-fed solid oxide fuel cell combined heat and power system at industrial scale. Applied Energy 211 pp. 689-704 [download]

Balcombe P., Brandon N.P., and  Hawkes A. D. Characterising the distribution of methane and carbon dioxide emissions from the natural gas supply chain. Journal of Cleaner Production 172, pp. 2019-2032 [download]

Guo Y. and Hawkes A. Simulating the game-theoretic market equilibrium and contract-driven investment in global gas trade using an agent-based method. Energy 160 pp. 820-834 [download]

Jalil-Vega F., Hawkes A.D. Spatially resolved model for studying decarbonisation pathways for heat supply and infrastructure trade-offs. Applied Energy 210 pp.1051-1072 [download]

Jalil-Vega F, HawkesA.D. The effect of spatial resolution on outcomes from energy systems modelling of heat decarbonisation. Energy 155 pp. 339-350 [download]

F. Jalil-Vega F, A.D. Hawkes, Spatially resolved optimization for studying the role of hydrogen for heat decarbonization pathways. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 6 (5), pp 5835–5842 [download]

2017

Clark R., Budinis S., Hawkes A., McMartin D. Analysis of power production and emission reduction through the use of biogas and carbon capture and storage.  Computer Aided Chemical Engineering Volume 40 pp. 2635-2640 [download]

Budinis S., Mac Dowell N., Krevor S., Dixon T.,  Kemper J., Hawkes A. Can carbon capture and storage unlock ‘unburnable carbon’? Energy Procedia 114,  pp. 7504-7515 [download]

Speirs J., Balcombe P., Johnson E., Martin J., Brandon N.,  Hawkes A., (2017). A Greener Gas Grid: What are the options? Sustainable Gas Institute, Imperial College London [download]

Clark R., Budinis S., Hawkes A. D., McMartin D. Analysis of power production and emission reduction through the use of biogas and carbon capture and storage.  Computer Aided Chemical Engineering 40 pp. 2635-2640 [download]

Balcombe P., Anderson K., Speirs J., Brandon N., and Hawkes A.,  The Natural Gas Supply Chain: The Importance of Methane and Carbon Dioxide Emissions, ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng. 5 (1) pp. 3–20 [download]

Sechi S, Giarola S, Lanzini A, Gandiglio M, Oluleye G, Santarelli M, Hawkes A.  Techno-economic assessment of the effects of biogas rate fluctuations on industrial applications of solid-oxide fuel cells, Computer-aided Chemical Engineering 40 pp. 895-900 [abstract].

2016

Budinis, S. Krevor S., Mac Dowell N., Brandon N., & Hawkes A. (2016) Can technology unlock ‘unburnable carbon’? Sustainable Gas Institute, Imperial College London. [download]

2015

Balcombe P., Anderson K., Speirs J., Brandon N., and Hawkes A. (2015) Methane & CO2 emissions from the natural gas supply chain. Sustainable Gas Institute, Imperial College London. [download]