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A. E. Cherepovitsyn
A. E. Cherepovitsyn
Saint Petersburg State Mining Institute (Technical University)
Saint Petersburg State Mining Institute (Technical University)
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Geoeconomics and Management
  • Date submitted
    2020-07-29
  • Date accepted
    2021-03-29
  • Date published
    2021-09-20

Critical analysis of methodological approaches to assessing sustainability of arctic oil and gas projects

Development of hydrocarbon resources in the Arctic is one of the priority tasks for the economy of the Russian Federation; however, such projects are associated with significant risks for the environment of nearby regions. Large-scale development of hydrocarbon resources in the Arctic should be based on the principles of sustainable development, which imply a balance between socio-economic benefits and environmental risks. The purpose of this study is to analyze the gaps in scientific knowledge on the issues of assessing sustainability of Arctic oil and gas projects (OGPs) and systematize the key problematic elements of such assessments. The analysis was carried out in terms of four key elements that determine the feasibility of implementing Arctic OGPs in the context of sustainable development: economic efficiency, social effects, environmental safety and technological availability. The methodology for conducting bibliometric analysis, which included more than 15.227 sources from the Scopus database over the period of 2005-2020, was based on PRISMA recommendations for compiling systematic reviews and meta-analyses. Methodological problems of assessing sustainability of Arctic OGPs were mapped and divided into four key sectors: consideration of factors that determine sustainability; sustainability assessment; interpretation of assessment results; sustainability management. This map can serve as a basis for conducting a series of point studies, aimed at eliminating existing methodological shortcomings of the sustainable development concept with respect to Arctic OGPs.

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Aleksei E. Cherepovitsyn, Pavel S. Tcvetkov, Olga O. Evseeva (2021) Critical analysis of methodological approaches to assessing sustainability of arctic oil and gas projects. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 249. p. 463-479. DOI: 10.31897/PMI.2021.3.15
Geoeconomics and Management
  • Date submitted
    2016-10-14
  • Date published
    2015-01-01

Economic and social aspects of CO2 capture and storage technologies development in the oil and gas complex of Russia

The position of environmental technologies in the modern paradigm of sustainable development of oil and gas industry (OGI) is determined. The role of carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) technology as the mechanism of reducing CO 2 emissions is defined. The concept of enhanced oil recovery technologies to the injection of carbon dioxide (EOR-CO 2 ) in the context of OGI sustainable development is developed. The typology of economic incentives for the development and adoption of CCS technologies is suggested. The strategic objectives in the field of scientific research of the CCS technologies development are defined.

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A. E. Cherepovitsyn (2015) Economic and social aspects of CO2 capture and storage technologies development in the oil and gas complex of Russia. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 211. p. 125.
  • Date submitted
    2016-10-27
  • Date published
    2013-07-01

Economic efficiency of the yumantylsky oil-gas condensate field degreasing

The short characteristic of the Yumantylsky field, geological characteristics of the area of works is given. The economic assessment of degreasing of a field is executed, the main methods of an intensification of production of hydrocarbons are presented. The main indicators of efficiency of the project, standards of a capital and operational expenditure are considered, and also the characteristics of the tax system operating at the moment of whiting of article is provided.

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V. V. Naumova, A. E. Cherepovitsyn (2013) Economic efficiency of the yumantylsky oil-gas condensate field degreasing. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 206. p. 189.
Organizational and economic problems of innovative development of a mineral and raw complex
  • Date submitted
    2016-10-31
  • Date published
    2013-06-01

Shelf oil and gas projects influence on the regional economic development (on the example of «Sakhalin-1» and «Sakhalin-2» projects)

The Russian Far East is one of the problem areas where acute issues such as the modernization of the industrial infrastructure (especially transport), lack of qualified personnel, regional development disparities. Sakhalin Region is one of the most developed oil and gas region of the Far East. On the scale of foreign investment Sakhalin oil and gas projects are unique to Russia. These projects have a significant impact on the development of many other sectors of the economy, as: the construction, trade, finance, and services in the Sakhalin region and the Far East. The paper analyzes the main socioeconomic effects of the region in the implementation of the Sakhalin-1 and 2, which are the first large-scale development projects of the Russian shelf with foreign investment.

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A. E. Cherepovitsyn, N. V. Smirnova (2013) Shelf oil and gas projects influence on the regional economic development (on the example of «Sakhalin-1» and «Sakhalin-2» projects). Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 205. p. 275.
Effective use of mineral resources in Russia: current state, problems, institutions, prospects
  • Date submitted
    2016-11-09
  • Date published
    2013-02-01

Cadastral cost estimating for sand аnd sand-gravel deposits of Leningrad region

To improve the efficiency of the mining sector of the Leningrad Region it is necessary to conduct cadastral valuation of commonly occurring minerals  deposits. The article describes a method of cadastral valuation of sand or sand-gravel deposits, and   the procedure of determining the minimum and the initial payments for the auction. The most interesting objects for the auction and investments to the exploration and mining on the basis of cadastral valuation is about 50 deposits of sand and sand and gravel deposits of Leningrad region.

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A. E. Cherepovitsyn, N. V. Smirnova (2013) Cadastral cost estimating for sand аnd sand-gravel deposits of Leningrad region. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 201. p. 142.
Organizational and economic mechanisms of innovation development of companies in Russian mineral resources complex
  • Date submitted
    2016-11-09
  • Date published
    2013-02-01

Methods for evaluation of the synergic effect оf mergers and acquisitions of oil and gas companies

In this article the authors explored different approaches to assessing synergies in mergers and acquisitions of companies, such as: evaluation based on discounted cash  flow; evaluation based on a combination of financial and operational multipliers, and  evaluation  based  on  changes in cash flow and brand strength. It is noted that when choosing approaches to evaluation synergic effect resulting from mergers and acquisitions, it is necessary to take into account specificity of oil and gas companies. The article considers internal and external factors that determine the specificity of the oil and gas company as exemplified by «Bashneft, JSC».

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D. O. Khalikova, A. E. Cherepovitsyn (2013) Methods for evaluation of the synergic effect оf mergers and acquisitions of oil and gas companies. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 201. p. 241.
Economical problems in use of subsurface and development of the mineral resources complex
  • Date submitted
    2016-11-28
  • Date published
    2011-06-01

Features of training of personnel for the Аrctic marine hydrocarbon fields development

Article shows spectrum of specialists’ professional training questions for the marine hydrocarbon field’s development. Number of prepared specialists and quality of got education by graduates in modern high schools, and also requirement of oil and gas complex for highly skilled administrative staff is analyzed. The basic directions for preparation of the qualified experts in the field  of innovative development of oil and gas complex are specified and offers on educational process optimization are formulated. The considerable attention of specialists in the area of economics and management, and also complex processing of raw materials is paid.

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A. M. Fadeev, F. D. Larichkin, A. E. Cherepovitsyn (2011) Features of training of personnel for the Аrctic marine hydrocarbon fields development. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 194. p. 332.
Professionally oriented rhetoric: theory – practice – methodology of teaching (round table materials)
  • Date submitted
    2016-11-30
  • Date published
    2011-05-01

Risk management of projects development deposits of Кamennomysskaya group on the basis of real option

Identified specific risks that have the greatest impact on the project of development of deposits Kamennomysskoy group. Determined the damage will be inflicted company, inappropriate risk management across the enterprise. Proposed the methods of risk management based on real options.

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M. N. Kruk, A. E. Cherepovitsyn (2011) Risk management of projects development deposits of Кamennomysskaya group on the basis of real option. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 193. p. 310.
Problems of sustainable development of mineral raw material complex
  • Date submitted
    2016-12-05
  • Date published
    2011-03-01

Principles and prerequisites of forming oil and gas cluster in development of Shtokman gas-condensate field

The main prerequisites for creation oil and gas suppliers cluster are enumerated in given article. Comparison of organization structure of territorial-industrial complexes, developed in soviet period of planned economy, with clusters, which are developing in market economy, is fulfilled. The example of Norway which oil and gas suppliers compete efficiently even on the global markets is given. It was established that successful development of oil and gas suppliers cluster in Murmansk region will let to reach multi-effects and to consolidate interaction between business and State.

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A. E. Cherepovitsyn, A. N. Sultani (2011) Principles and prerequisites of forming oil and gas cluster in development of Shtokman gas-condensate field. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 191. p. 218.
Management of an enterprise at mineral raw material and fuel and energy complexes: innovations; integration; competitiv
  • Date submitted
    2016-12-05
  • Date published
    2011-03-01

Analysis of economic effectiveness of technologies associated petroleum gas utilization (in conditions of Tomsk region)

Data of utilization of associated petroleum gas according to information of 41 license dale, which exploiting in Tomsk region are analyzed. Analysis of world and domestic experience of associated petroleum gas utilization is carried out. The main direction of rise utilization’s level and criteria of choice associated petroleum gas use are considered. Most economic effectiveness variant of Associated petroleum gas utilization is proposed.

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A. E. Cherepovitsyn, T. Yu. Zharova (2011) Analysis of economic effectiveness of technologies associated petroleum gas utilization (in conditions of Tomsk region). Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 191. p. 316.
Economical aspects in the developments оf fuel & energy complex
  • Date submitted
    2016-12-26
  • Date published
    2009-05-01

Economic mechanism of forming of hydrocarbon fields special fund

Factors and presuppositions of forming of special fund of fields are determined. Scheme of functioning of special fund of fields, inclusive elements of production share and privileged taxation are proposed. Economic efficiency of special funds of oil and gas fields’ development are defined.

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A. E. Cherepovitsyn, A. V. Rad'ko (2009) Economic mechanism of forming of hydrocarbon fields special fund. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 184. p. 199.
Geoeconomics and Management
  • Date submitted
    2016-12-29
  • Date published
    2016-06-01

Research into the innovative potential of an oil and gas company at different stages of field development

The paper presents an overview of research into the methods and principles used to assess the innovative potential of an oil and gas company. The validation is provided for the conceptual framework of the innovative potential, which is characterized by a combination of resources having a specific value for the oil and gas sector. The paper gives a detailed overview of the resources, which determine the innovative potential of the oil and gas company. A system of indicators for assessing the innovative potential of the oil and gas company, including six indicator groups, has been proposed. Key distinctive features of the oil and gas company technological development have been determined based on the use of potential for innovation at different stages of the field development. Technical and economic indicators of the oil field development at different stages are described. A concept of Intelligent Field technology is outlined, representing an innovative system, implementation of which determines a level to which the potential for innovation of the oil and gas company is tapped.

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A. E. Cherepovitsyn, A. Kraslavski (2016) Research into the innovative potential of an oil and gas company at different stages of field development. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 222. p. 892. DOI: 10.18454/pmi.2016.6.892