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Pavel S. Tsvetkov
Associate Professor, Ph.D.
Saint Petersburg Mining University
Saint Petersburg Russia
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Associate Professor, Ph.D.
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Saint Petersburg Mining University
Saint Petersburg
Russia
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  • Date submitted
    2020-05-13
  • Date accepted
    2020-06-24
  • Date published
    2020-07-31

Barriers to implementation of hydrogen initiatives in the context of global energy sustainable development

Modern trends in the global energy market linked to the Sustainable Development Goals often lead to the adoption of political decisions with little basis in fact. Stepping up the development of renewable energy sources is an economically questionable but necessary step in terms of its social and ecological effects. However, subsequent development of hydrogen infrastructure is, at the very least, a dangerous initiative. In connection with mentioned above, an attempt to examine hydrogen by conducting an integral assessment of its characteristics has been made in this article. As a result of the research conducted, the following conclusions concerning the potential of the widespread implementation of hydrogen in the power generation sector have been made: as a chemical element, it harms steel structures, which significantly impedes the selection of suitable materials; its physical and volume characteristics decrease the general efficiency of the energy system compared to similar hydrocarbon solutions; the hydrogen economy does not have the necessary foundation in terms of both physical infrastructure and market regulation mechanisms; the emergence of widely available hydrogen poses a danger for society due to its high combustibility. Following the results of the study, it was concluded that the existing pilot hydrogen projects are positive yet not scalable solutions for the power generation sector due to the lack of available technologies to construct large-scale and geographically distributed infrastructure and adequate international system of industry regulation. Thus, under current conditions, the risks of implementing such projects considerably exceed their potential ecological benefits.

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Vladimir S. Litvinenko, Pavel S. Tsvetkov, Mikhail V. Dvoynikov, Georgii V. Buslaev (2020) Barriers to implementation of hydrogen initiatives in the context of global energy sustainable development. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 244. p. 428-438. DOI: 10.31897/pmi.2020.4.5
  • Date submitted
    2016-10-24
  • Date accepted
  • Date published

Efficient of mining companies strategy implementation

At the present stage of development of control systems of mining and processing enterprises to compete in the global market requires an open organization, requires flexibility and adaptability. Given that each miner is large and branched structure, operational management of its units is a key factor in its success. But there is a problem to connect strategic business objectives with the activities of its subsidiaries. To solve the problem, we propose the use of a balanced scorecard tool.

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P. S. Tsvetkov, V. M. Vasil'tsova Efficient of mining companies strategy implementation. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 208. p. 193.
  • Date submitted
    2016-10-27
  • Date accepted
  • Date published

System of distribution expenses as basis of adoption of administrative decisions

In paper the problem of distribution of expenses at the companies with complex processing of mineral raw materials is considered. The method of distribution of expenses on an example of the mining company and its defects is defined. In the conditions of instability in the market of mineral raw materials the minimum limit of the price for each type of production is established, the analysis of offered system of distribution of expenses is carried out and expediency of its application at this company is defined.

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P. S. Tsvetkov, V. M. Vasil'eva, N. Ya. Lobanov System of distribution expenses as basis of adoption of administrative decisions. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 206. p. 204.