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Features of the construction of scientifically grounded methodology for compiling fuel and energy balances of Russian territories (regional aspects)

O. V. Kovalev1
R. A. Azimov2
Yu. V. Shuvalov3
I. Yu. Tkhorikov4
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  • 1 — G.V. Plekhanov Saint Petersburg Mining Institute
  • 2 — G.V. Plekhanov Saint Petersburg Mining Institute
  • 3 — G.V. Plekhanov Saint Petersburg Mining Institute
  • 4 — G.V. Plekhanov Saint Petersburg Mining Institute
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The concept of the developed model (algorithm) for the formation of rational balances of supply and demand of Russian regions is given. The research is aimed at ensuring rational and efficient exploitation of energy resources in Russia. In the formation of supply-demand balances of the region, the possibility of using local fuels is taken into account. The present model has been developed and preliminarily tested on the example of the Leningrad Oblast and the Komi Republic.

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  1. Основные положения “Энергетической стратегии России на период до 2020 года” / ГУИЭС. М., 2001.
  2. Путин В.В. Минерально-сырьевые ресурсы в стратегии развития российской экономики // Записки Горного института. СПб, 1999. Т.144 (1).

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