ISSN 1999-6942

Scientific-economic journal

PROBLEMS OF ECONOMICS

AND MANAGEMENT OF OIL AND GAS COMPLEX

December 2015                                      ą 12                                        12 issues per year

 

CONTENŇS

 

THE CHIEF EDITOR’S COLUMN

 

Mastepanov A.M. 2015 year: and ekonomics, and geopolitics (p. 4-5)

 

ECONOMICS

 

Lipatnikov V.S. Evaluation of economic effect of external oil service use with account of a risk factor (p. 6-12)

 

Zubkova L.D. Material and technical base of the mining sector of the region: tendencies and problems of development (p. 12-16)

 

ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT

 

Islamutdinov V.F., Kurikov V.M., Yatsky S.A. Institutional environment of oil rent appropriation in Russia: composition of institutions and institutional traps (p. 16-21)

 

Izhbuldin A.K., Ivanov R.A. Application of geoservices for the comparative rapid assessment of oil and gas pipeline routes (p. 21-28)

 

Odintsova A.R. The method of analysis of parameters affecting the quality of petroleum equipment using cause and effect relationship and Pareto charts (p. 29-34)

 

Zubareva A.A., Gaidey I.V. Risks of the human factor in case of an emergency situation (p. 35-38)

 

Lebedev A.S., Tenkovskaya S.A. Directions of development of oil producing industry in the context of economic and political threats (p. 38-43)

 

WORLD OIL AND GAS BUSINESS

 

Kotliarov I.D. Risks of international oilfield service outsourcing (p. 43-48)

 

Information on the articles (p. 49-52)

 

 

Information on the articles

 

2015 YEAR: AND EKONOMICS, AND GEOPOLITICS (p. 4)

 

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

 

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UDC 334.7

 

EVALUATION OF ECONOMIC EFFECT OF EXTERNAL OIL SERVICE

USE WITH ACCOUNT OF A RISK FACTOR (đ. 6)

 

Vitaly Sergeevich Lipatnikov

 

National Research University High School of Economics

55, bld. 2, Sedov str., 193171, St.-Petersburg , Russian Fede­ration,

e-mail: lipatnikov@hse.ru

 

The article deals with the problem of economic evaluation effect of using an external oil service with account of a risk factor. Some method of assessing the risks associated with abusive or unprofessional conduct of an outsourcer is suggested. The criteria of the feasibility of using an external oil service and selection of the optimal oil service provider are formulated.

 

Key words: external oil service; oil and gas industry; outsourcing; risks.

 

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UDC [622.323+622.24].003.1

 

MATERIAL AND TECHNICAL BASE OF THE MINING SECTOR OF THE REGION:

TENDENCIES AND PROBLEMS OF DEVELOPMENT (đ. 12)

 

Larisa Dmitrievna Zubkova

 

Tyumen state University

6, Volodarsky str., 625003, Tyumen, Russian Federation,

e-mail: lasasha@rambler.ru

 

This article presents the characteristics of the material­technical base of the mining sector in the region. The high de­gree of importance of mining in the economy of the Tyumen region makes the need for change in the nature of reproduction of fixed assets and a significant increase in the rate of their renewal date. The role of investment in sustainable process of expanded reproduction, based on the use of qualitative growth factors. Intensify the modernization processes is necessity of socio-economic development of the region.

 

Key words: material and technical base; the mining sector; region; investment; Tyumen region.

 

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UDC 347.464; 330.837

 

INSTITUTIONAL ENVIRONMENT OF OIL RENT APPROPRIATION IN RUSSIA:

COMPOSITION OF INSTITUTIONS AND INSTITUTIONAL TRAPS (đ. 16)

 

Vadim Faruarovich Islamutdinov,

Vladimir Mikhailovich Kurikov,

Sergey Alexandrovich Yatsky

 

Yugra State University

16, Chekhova str., 628012, Khanty-Mansiysk city, Tyumen region, Khanty-Mansi autonomous territory – Yugra, Russian Federation,

e-mail: V_Islamutdinov@ugrasu.ru, Say21@mail.ru

 

The article is prepared within the framework of the re­search grant of Russian State Humanitarian Foundation “Ret­rospective, specificity and prediction of the economic institu­tions evolution in the resource-producing region (on the ex­ample the Khanty-Mansi autonomous territory – Yugra)”, agreement ą15-12-86001/15 dated 24.04.2015. The rele­vance of the topic is determined by the changes of the global economic conditions, which led to oil prices fall and a corre­sponding reduction of the oil rent size. This brought the ne­cessity for more careful study of the process of oil rent ap­propriation on the basis of the latest achievements of the economic science developed within the institutional and evolutionary economics. The article discusses the main stages and participants engaged in the process of the oil rent appropriation, it presents the developed scheme of economic agents interaction in the process of the oil rent appropriation as well as determines the composition of the institutional environment of the oil rent appropriation in Russia in the whole and in the Khanty-Mansi autonomous territory –Yugra in particular. Institutional traps in the institutional envi­ronment of the oil rent appropriation are identified, the ways to overcome them are proposed.

 

Key words: institutions; institutional environment; appro­priation; economic turnover; oil rent; institutional traps.

 

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UDC 004.9+622.691+338.4:620.9

 

APPLICATION OF GEOSERVICES

FOR THE COMPARATIVE RAPID ASSESSMENT

OF OIL AND GAS PIPELINE ROUTES (đ. 21)

 

Alexander Konstantinovich Izhbuldin,

Roman Andreevich Ivanov

 

Melentiev Energy Systems Institute of the Siberian branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences

130, Lermontov str., 664033, Irkutsk, Russian Federation,

phone: +7 (3952) 500646, ext. 351, +7 (3952) 500646, ext. 439,

e-mail: izhbuldin@isem.irk.ru, crowndriver@gmail.com

 

The article presents the results of research on comparative assessment of oil and gas pipelines routes using advanced visuali­zation tools of geospatial information. Also represented The aut­hors’ approach to rapid assessment of oil and gas pipelines routes, considering the geological conditions of construction when comparing technical and economic tasks is presented.

A brief description of public geo-services possibilities for the tasks such as getting of the route relief profile, using of soil maps, including permafrost and seismic activity maps is given. The results of a comprehensive comparative express assessment of various transportation routes of Irkutsk gas to China are pre­sented. Due to the large difference in the estimates of the cost of gas pipelines construction under closed objective data, the comparison is based on the relative indicators. The benefits of the southern route options – via the Republic of Buryatia, Transbaikal region and Mongolia are also shown.

 

Key words: situational awareness; geo-services; geospatial in­formation; track’s length; export gas pipeline; construction condi­tions analysis; elevation chart; track’s slope; construction cost.

 

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UDC 658.5.011

 

THE METHOD OF ANALYSIS OF PARAMETERS

AFFECTING THE QUALITY OF PETROLEUM EQUIPMENT

USING CAUSE AND EFFECT RELATIONSHIP

AND PARETO CHARTS (đ. 29)

 

Albina Rashitovna Odintsova

 

Kalashnikov Izhevsk State Technical University

7, Studencheskaya str., 426069, Izhevsk, Republic of Udmurtia, Russian Federation,

phone: 8 (952) 409-40-98,

e-mail: conalb2013@yandex.ru

 

The article discusses some model of quality parameters analysis of oil equipment. The objective is depicted in the form of the control chart of defect-free production. The paper pays special attention to the causes of defective products appearance at an enterprise. The main causes of defects are identified and studied. The classification of the parameters mismatch that can arise in case of non-compliance with the established requirements is discussed. The actions to be taken by enterprises in respect of non-conforming oil equipment are analyzed.

The article includes a schematic representation of the parame­ters mismatch in the main industrial groups on the basis of which the cause-and-effect chart of the defective equipment is built. Next, Pareto chart is constructed, which can be used to evaluate the effectiveness of the measures taken to improve the product quality. The results of the actions discussed are summed up and recommendations on this model implementation by other com­panies are submitted.

 

Key words: equipment quality; control chart of defect-free production; improvement; quality management system; techno­logical process; labor organization; classification of parameters mismatch; cause-and-effect chart; Pareto chart; efficiency; non­conforming product; systemic character.

 

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UDK 658.3

 

RISKS OF THE HUMAN FACTOR

IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY SITUATION (đ. 35)

 

Antonina Alexandrovna Zubareva,

Ilya Vadimovich Gaidey

 

Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas

65, bld. 1, Leninsky prosp., 119991, Moscow, Russian Federation,

e-mail: a.a.zubareva@yandex.ru

 

The article studies the “human factor” category in the context of emergency situations. The authors discuss possible classifications of human factor risks; list the largest accidents with offshore drilling vessels and platforms, which happened, as a rule, due to wrong decision-making by the service personnel in emergency situations, analyze a par­ticular accident at one of the large-scale gas-condensate fields of the Yamal Peninsula and present their critical view on the accident from the point of view of human factor risks which, in a certain degree, could affect an accident outcome, as well as offer practical recommendations on the reduction of human factor risks.

 

Key words: human factor risks; accidents; open flows; drilling crew; drilling foreman.

 

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UDC 622.276:338.2

 

DIRECTIONS OF DEVELOPMENT OF OIL PRODUCING INDUSTRY

IN THE CONTEXT OF ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL THREATS (đ. 38)

 

Alexey Sergeevich Lebedev,

Svetlana Alexandrovna Tenkovskaya

 

Tyumen State Oil and Gas University (TSOGU)

38, Volodarsky str., 625000, Tyumen, Russian Federation,

phone: 8(3452) 41-63-69,

e-mail: imib@tsogu.ru

 

The negative economic and political factors that currently influence the activity of Russian oil companies are analyzed. The main production and economic indicators of industrial en­terprises such as the amount and rate of oil production change, financial results and capitalization are discussed. Cause-and-effect relationships of influence of conditions indicators of in­dustrial markets and sectoral sanctions on the oil producing in­dustry are identified. It was found that the negative economic and political factors affect the activities of oil and gas compa­nies in the long run. On the basis of the analysis performed and conclusions made, some priority directions of the enterprises development are proposed.

 

Key words: sanctions; oil production; oil prices; innova­tions; independence from imports.

 

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UDC 334.7

 

RISKS OF INTERNATIONAL OILFIELD SERVICE OUTSOURCING (đ. 43)

 

Ivan Dmitrievich Kotliarov

 

National Research University Higher School of Economics

55, bld.2, Sedov str., 193171, St.-Petersburg , Russian Fede­ration,

e-mail: ivan.kotliarov@mail.ru

 

The present paper contains an analysis of risks of interna­tional oilfield service outsourcing. It is demonstrated that these risks exist on micro-economic, meso-economic and macro-economic levels. Consequences of these risks realization for regional economy are described. It is shown that appearance of these risks leads to negative geopolitical consequences.

 

Key words: international outsourcing; oilfield service; sec­toral sanctions; sovereignty.

 

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