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Vol 181
Pages:
206-209
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Formation of environmental and economic mechanisms of management in oil and gas complex taking into account new global requirements

Authors:
A. E. Cherepovitsyn1
L. S. Sinkov2
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  • 1 — G.V. Plekhanov Saint Petersburg State Mining Institute
  • 2 — G.V. Plekhanov Saint Petersburg State Mining Institute
Date submitted:
2008-08-26
Date accepted:
2008-10-21
Date published:
2009-02-01

Abstract

The main constituents of the environmental-economic mechanism for the oil-and-gas sector are specified. A concept of environmental strategy is developed for oil-and-gas companies, which is based on the Kyoto Protocol procedures. Possibilities to introduce economic and engineering methods in the oil-and-gas sector are determined in order to reduce the amount of greenhouse gases emission in the framework of international conventions. Measures to combine environmental and economic effects in the oil-and-gas industry through introduction of mechanisms to reduce CO2 emissions are justified. Possible economic effects are assessed as resulting from introduction of principles and mechanisms of the Kyoto Protocol.

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