ISSN 1999-6942

Scientific-economic journal

PROBLEMS OF ECONOMICS

AND MANAGEMENT OF OIL AND GAS COMPLEX

November 2015                                       ¹ 11                                        12 issues per year

 

CONTENŅS

 

STRATEGY

 

Mastepanov A.M. Support of energy security throughout the Euroasia space (p. 5-13)

 

Bogdanov S.V., Yakhudina N.A. Harmonization of environmental oil and gas business in strategic development of JSC "Surgutneftegas" (p. 14-19)

 

Sinelnikov A.A. Methodological approach to problems solution analysis when buying technologies (p. 19-23)

 

ECONOMICS

 

Idigova L.M., Khadzhieva M.M., Taimaskhanova M.Kh. Formation of the petrochemical cluster of the Chechen Republic: relevance and possibility (p. 24-30)

 

ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT

 

Eryomina I.Yu., Gonchar N.V. Assessment of employees labor potential in the course of the audit as an instrument of their training management in oil and gas companies (p. 31-35)

 

Asadov T.G., Zeinalov V.R. Methodological grounds of control over innovative risks of industrial enterprises activity (p. 35-42)

 

Cherepovitsyn A.E., Ishkova E.V. Process management as an instrument to increase the efficiency of development and exploitation of extra-viscous oil fields (p. 42-46)

 

Pudovina A.I., Chigrina A.I. Corporate exhibition: from preparation to conducting (p. 46-51)

 

ECONOMIC-MATHEMATICAL MODELING

 

Imamov R.R., Yolokhova I.V. Managerial decisions modeling when evaluating investment projects in oil and gas industry with account of risk factors (p. 52-59)

 

Information on the articles (p. 60-65)

 

 

Information on the articles

 

UDC 620.9-027.56:33

 

SUPPORT OF ENERGY SECURITY THROUGHOUT THE EUROASIA SPACE (š. 5)

 

Alexey Mikhailovich Mastepanov

 

Oil and Gas Research Institute Russian Academy of Sci­ences (OGRI RAS)

3, Gubkin str., 119333, Moscow, Russian Federation,

e-mail: amastepanov@mail.ru

 

The article deals with the problem of the energy security support of the Eurasia countries in the face of new challenges. It is shown that in different parts of the Eurasia (the EC, the OECD Asia and the countries of the Middle East, China, India) energy security is understood and is interpreted in different ways. The reasons for such differences are considered. The position of Russia on these problems is presented. It is stressed that in the face of global turbulence and evolving challenges and threats in the world the importance of the strategic partnership between Russia and China, which will give an additional impetus for their energy cooperation, contributing to reliable energy security of both countries and the Eurasia as a whole is especially grow­ing. A number of initiatives aimed at energy security support in the Eurasia is proposed.

 

Key words: the Eurasia; energy security; challenges; geopolitics; sanctions; the global economy and energy; energy resources; risk sharing; partnership; cooperation; the EC; Rus­sia; China.

 

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UDC 504.5:622.279; 504.5:622.276

 

HARMONIZATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL OIL AND GAS BUSINESS

IN STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT OF JSC "SURGUTNEFTEGAS" (š. 14)

 

Sergey Vasilievich Bogdanov,

Natalia Alimovna Yakhudina

 

State University of Management

99, Ryazansky prosp., 109542, Moscow, Russian Federation,

phone: 8(499) 784-61-37,

e-mail: kaf_mpb@guu.ru

 

The article presents the data that makes it possible to assess the harmonization of environmental, economic and production indicators of JSC "Surgutneftegas" progress in the strategic perspective of development. The relevance of the questions, ad­dressed by the authors, is due to the fact that when solving prob­lems of strategic development of a company, it is advisable to focus on the assessment of the possibility of recession in the oil industry, which is the main activity of global oil and gas busi­ness. The novelty of the authors’ proposals is to develop some solutions to create conditions for the harmonization of produc­tion and economic activity, generally accepted in the oil Indus­try, that will comply with the high standards of environmental safety in case of the sharp change of oil and petroleum products prices during the strategic period of a company’s development. Parity achievement between actual and theoretical rates of indi­cators’ change over time is a prerequisite for effective stable de­velopment of oil production. The use of production ecological­economic harmonization in the process of a company’s strategic development can ensure a company-innovator the required profi­tability of its functioning under certain competitive advantage in the commodity market.

 

Key words: company; harmonization; environmental and economic performance; indicators; crisis; oil production.

 

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UDC 618.518

 

METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH TO PROBLEMS SOLUTION ANALYSIS

WHEN BUYING TECHNOLOGIES (š. 19)

 

Alexander Alexandrovich Sinelnikov

 

I. Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas

65, Leninsky prosp., 119991, Moscow, Russian Federation,

e-mail: Sinelnikov_rgung@mail.ru

 

Oil and gas companies get technologies to avoid deviations from strategic development plans, to keep up the pace of techno­logical development level, to minimize projects risks. Managers of projects should know how to make project managers choose the required technology, satisfying business demands, the price that is good enough for a company, taking into account a com­pany-seller’s requirements that is selling a technology (a techno­logical product). While all projects of a technology purchase generally contain one and the same phases, arising situations demand various organizations of purchasing processes. Each technology purchase is unique, and selection of a correct model can be of great importance for this process.

 

Key words: technology purchase project; project life cycle; model of decision-making analysis; choice of a project decision-­making; technology commercial specifications; technology technical specifications; technology expertise.

 

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UDC 338.45.01

 

FORMATION OF THE PETROCHEMICAL CLUSTER OF THE CHECHEN REPUBLIC:

RELEVANCE AND POSSIBILITY (š. 24)

 

Lalita Musaevna Idigova

 

The Chechen State University

32, A. Sheripov str., 364051, Grozny, the Chechen Republic, Russian Federation,

phone/fax: 8 (8712) 22-23-04,

e-mail: L.idigova@mail.ru

 

Maryam Mauldynovna Khadzhieva

 

Institute of Humanitarian Researches (IHR) of the Chechen Republic Academy of Sciences

13, Revolutsiya prosp., 364024, Grozny, the Chechen Republic, Russian Federation,

phone/fax: 8 (8712) 22-26-76,

e-mail: tppay@mail.ru

 

Maret Khasanovna Taimaskhanova

 

Academician M.D. Millionschikov Grozny State Oil Technical University

14/53, Avtorkhanov str., 364902, Grozny, the Chechen Republic, Russian Federation,

phone/fax: 8 (8712) 22-23-04,

e-mail: L.idigova@mail.ru

 

Development of high-tech clusters on the basis of traditional and new industries is especially important for the Chechen Re­public economy. The successful formation of the Republic pet­rochemical cluster is only possible when applying the methods of state regulation of the market economy, but not those ones of the state business. In this context it is especially relevant to de­velop high-tech clusters on the basis of traditional and new in­dustries that will become the centers of innovation activity, modernization of technical and technological base of the entire industry of the Republic, as well as the managerial system of economic processes.

This approach fully corresponds to the Concept of long-term social-economic development of the Russian Federation. For the period up to 2020, the innovative scenario of which envisages the use of competitive advantages not only in traditional sectors (energy, transport and agricultural sector) of the eco­nomy, but also suggests a breakthrough in improving the effi­ciency of human capital, the development of high- and medium­tech industries and the transformation of innovation factors into the main source of economic growth.

 

Key words: petrochemical complex; oil and gas industry; cluster; oil industry; the Chechen Republic.

 

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UDC 658.3

 

ASSESSMENT OF EMPLOYEES LABOR POTENTIAL IN THE COURSE

OF THE AUDIT AS AN INSTRUMENT OF THEIR TRAINING MANAGEMENT

IN OIL AND GAS COMPANIES (š. 31)

 

Irina Yurievna Eryomina,

Natalia Valentinovna Gonchar

 

I. Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas

65, Leninsky prosp., 119991, Moscow, Russian Federation,

phone: 8 (499) 135-75-66,

e-mail: irinargung@mail.ru

 

The system nature of the changes, taking place in Russia at present, define the necessity of new approaches to the problems solution, arising in this regard, which require not only practical implementation, but also, first of all, theoretical understanding. Achievements of the last decades had considerable impact on the changes in social and labor activity. If earlier the production sphere was generally developed at the expense of expanded in­volvement of labor, material and energy resources, now the so­lution of many production tasks became possible only on the ba­sis of increasing the efficiency of use of the available resources, application of new methods and means, namely, with the help of all that makes the production capacity of a company.

The special place in structure of production potential is taken by the labor potential and its assessment, scientific justify­cation of the indicators’ structure applied to assess the labor potential of a production organization is expedient as well. The problem of labor potential development and its assessment lies not only in the plane of the social and labor relations, but is directly connected with the Russian economy problems.

 

Key words: labor potential; audit of labor potential; assess­ment of labor potential; qualification potential; personal poten­tial; stages of labor potential development; indicators of labor potential assessment; oil and gas branch of industry; competences; model of competences; audit report.

 

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UDC 330.322.011

 

METHODOLOGICAL GROUNDS OF CONTROL OVER INNOVATIVE RISKS

OF INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES ACTIVITY (š. 35)

 

Talyb Gasan Asadov

 

Azerbaijan State Economic University

23, Zakhid Khalilov str., Baku, AZ1001, Republic of Azerbaijan,

phone: 8 (994 55) 310-67-30

 

Vugar Rakhib Zeinalov

 

The RF State Duma

2, Georgievsky pereulok, 103265, Moscow, Russian Federation,

e-mail: rahib36@mail.ru

 

The article deals with enlarged stages of some methodology of risk management innovation activity such as the stages objectives, formal risk model, basic principles of innovation activity risk management, classification of risks management methods, risk allocation, insurance damage insurance of fixed and working capital during innovation activity. The stages objectives and the risks formal model are set, namely:

– formation of approaches to risk management – the criteria, principles and methods of risk identification, risk classification, models of risk situations;

– forecasting of risks – methods of risk factors identification;

– risk analysis of innovative development – risk classification, modeling the risks impact on the innovative activities results, etc.

The methods of risk management of innovative activity such as strategic, tactical, time-use, by the purpose of application, by the nature of the impact are determined.

It is established that the important control method is diversification, namely, the distribution of an enterprise’s efforts among different types of activity, the results of which are not directly linked. The plot of risk reduction of the investment portfolio through diversification is shown.

 

Key words: innovation; option; holder; futures; contract; risk; hedging; identification.

 

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UDC 658.5.012.7

 

PROCESS MANAGEMENT AS AN INSTRUMENT TO INCREASE THE EFFICIENCY

OF DEVELOPMENT AND EXPLOITATION OF EXTRA-VISCOUS OIL FIELDS (š. 42)

 

Alexey Evgenievich Cherepovitsyn,

Ekaterina Vladimirovna Ishkova

 

"Gorny" National-Raw Materials University

21, liniya 2, V.O., 199106, St.-Petersburg , Russian Federation,

phone: 8 (812) 328-82-53,

e-mail: alekseicherepov@inbox.ru, ishkova-ev@mail.ru

 

The article proves the necessity and possibility of using process management and its techniques when controlling large-scale projects relating to extra-viscous oil (EVO) extraction. In the face of considerable depletion of reserves and traditional energy resources, effective implementation of the projects on exploitation and development of extra-viscous oil fields is of particular importance. Some specific features of these projects make it harder for enterprises to implement them in conditions of low-technology development of such deposits exploitation, high level of investment needs, ensuring the non-stop use of expensive equipment, modern techniques of oil recovery in­crease and creation of refining infrastructure of extra-viscous oil processing and transportation.

The use of process management and its techniques will al­low a company at each stage of a field’s development to deter­mine the key processes, effectively monitor and manage each of them, quickly respond to the problems that eventually will lead to the integration and coordination of all activities and improve­ment of the project implementation efficiency in the whole.

 

Key words: oil industry; extra-viscous oil; project manage­ment; process management; efficiency; key performance indi­cators; business-process.

 

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UDC 005.53:622.276

 

CORPORATE EXHIBITION: FROM PREPARATION TO CONDUCTING (š. 46)

 

Anastasiya Ivanovna Pudovina,

Alla Ivanovna Chigrina

 

M. Akmylla Bashkir State Pedagogical University

55, bld. 4, Oktyabrskaya Revolutsia str., 450000, Ufa, Republic of Bashkortostan, Russian Federation,

phone: 8(347)273-57-91,

e-mail: ksp-ai@yandex.ru, doc77@mail.ru

 

The article is devoted to the problems of a company’s mar­ket reputation increase by possibilities and means of corporate exhibitions, which have established themselves as a successful form of scientific and technical propaganda. The authors note that exhibitions often act as a customer's unique engineering so­lutions, stimulating scientific and technical progress accelera­tion. Corporate exhibitions currently become an effective infor­mation market for leading foreign and domestic oil and gas companies, participation in such exhibitions gives them a good opportunity to promote and sell their products, to seek partners, to conclude contracts and to expand business relationships.

The article provides a detailed functional analysis of the corporate exhibitions. The practical significance of the article is that it elaborates the stages of preparation and conducting of corporate exhibitions, including the activities of the organiz­ing committee and the content of accompanying documents: thematic and exposition plan, etc.; recommendations on the selec­tion and design of exhibits, equipment, exhibition publications.

 

Key words: corporate exhibition; exposition; scientific and technical exhibition; information market; directive documents; comprehensive plan; thematic plan; thematic and exposition plan; tablets; exhibits; displays; exhibition publication.

 

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UDC 330.322.5

 

MANAGERIAL DECISIONS MODELING WHEN EVALUATING INVESTMENT PROJECTS

IN OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY WITH ACCOUNT OF RISK FACTORS (š. 52)

 

Rustam Rafkatovich Imamov,

Irina Vladimirovna Yolokhova

 

Perm National Research Polytechnic University

29, Komsomolsky prosp., 614990, Perm, Russian Federation,

phone/fax: +7 (342) 219-83-32,

e-mail: ef_pnipu@mail.ru

 

It is noted in the article that at present there is an objective need in improvement of models applied for investment projects evaluation in oil and gas industry that include analysis and quan­titative evaluation of risk factors, their influence on overall pro­ject economic efficiency and allow making efficient managerial decisions in terms of project implementation.

The article presents the proposed model of investment pro­ject evaluation with consideration for risk factors influence on future activities (within the framework of the project). The model is based on the modern approach to risk management and account of targeted methods of evaluation of various risk factors integrated in the process of economic evaluation of the project.

The improved model of managerial decisions in investment project evaluation proposed by the authors allows increasing the accuracy of the results of consideration for possible risk fac­tors influence on the project when analyzing its effectiveness.

 

Key words: investment project; oil and gas industry; risk factors; risk management; project evaluation phases; managerial decisions modeling; project effectiveness.

 

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