The article considers current methods of estimation of optimal cost-stop in production-sharing agreements, as well as methods, which are suggested by different scientists and researchers. The article also deals with main advantages and disadvantages of these methods. The author shows principles of analysis of regulations of law and economics, and demonstrates the possibility of implementation of these principles to estimate of the optimum cost-stop.
The article deals with the notion of competitiveness, built classification of factors of competitiveness organizations with specific of mining and chemical industries. There is considered the interrelation of investment attractiveness of the enterprise and its competitiveness, a method of assessing the investment attractiveness of large companies, based on the assessment of both external and internal attractiveness. The results of testing method on the Russian and Canadian producers of mineral fertilizers: Uralkali, Silvinit, EuroChem and Potash Corp and identified factors that have the greatest impact on the investment attractiveness of the industry in today's competitive environment.
The article considers the method of analysis of economical effectiveness of regulations, taking into account specific of the sphere of subsoil usage. It finds features of regulating of that sphere as well as traits of relationships between a state and subsoil users. The analysis of economical effectiveness is illustrated on the norm, which regulates limit of cost oil in productionsharing agreements.