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2010/3
Method of risk recording and analysis for oil and gas projects
Economics and management in fuel and energy complex industries

Authors: Alexander F. ANDREEV was born in 1945, graduated in 1973, Moscow Institute of Petrochemical and Gas Industry. I.M. Gubkin’s degree in economics and organization of oil and gas industry. Doctor of Economic Sciences, professor, dean of the Faculty of Economics and Management, Chair of Production Management. Author of more than 220 works in the field of economics, organization, planning and management in the oil and gas industry. E-mail: pro_men@list.ru
Ekaterina V. BURYKINA was born in 1987, has ended in 2009 the Russian state university of oil and gas of I.M. Gubkin. In a magistracy in a direction «Management» under the program «Management of projects» now studies. The engineer of chair of industrial management. Dealing with the problems of accounting, risk analysis and assessment of oil and gas projects. E-mail: katya_burykina@mail.ru

Abstract: For activity of the enterprises of the oil and gas industry except general views of risks (political, social, financial, commercial, etc.) such kinds as risk not opening of a deposit, opening of an unprofitable deposit, a deviation from optimum strategy of investigation, etc. the Account, an estimation and the analysis of these risks allows to raise validity of the design decision are characteristic and to lower probability of acceptance of the ineffective project. On an example of the project of working out of an oil deposit possibility of use of various methods of a quantitative estimation of risks and carrying out of the comparative analysis of the received results is shown

Index UDK: УДК: 65.050

Keywords: risk, Uncertainty, the analysis, estimation of risks, decision-making, oil and gas deposits

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2010/3
Methods of formation of the strategy of development of sea terminals of oil and oil products
Economics and management in fuel and energy complex industries

Authors: Dmitriy V. ZOTOV was born in 1977. Graduated from Krasnodar State Technologic University in 2003 (industrial heating power recourses). Now he is the vice-chief of a structural department in Rosneft-Tuapsenefteproduct. Author of 4 publications in the field of oil business economic and management. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru
Lyudmila V. MASLENNIKOVA was born in 1952. In 1975 graduated the Moscow institute of management named after S. Ordzhonikidze (today — State University of Management) on a speciality the engineer-economist. Scientific degree of Cand.Econ.Sci. She was awarded by the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation. Now — the senior lecturer, the vice-cheaf of chair of Strategic management of thermal power station (department of economics and management) Russian State Gubkin University of oil and gas. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru

Abstract: In the long-term period the tank farm enterprise can provide its competitive advantages by increase in level of service of the exporting and importing oil extracting companies. The important and actual problem − is perfection of methods of an estimation of efficiency of investments into development of oil products tank parks of sea terminals. To solve this problem the author developed the organizational-economic model of functioning of the sea terminal and math model of a choice of its tanks parameters

Index UDK: УДК: 621.6

Keywords: Service, the sea terminal, oil and oil products, Competitiveness, optimum capacity tank park, Economic model, efficiency of investments, sea transport, tanker party, delivery and transfer

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2010/3
Construction of portfolio of large-scale international oil and gas projects under conditions of uncertainty
Economics and management in fuel and energy complex industries

Authors: Vladimir D. BARKHATOV was born in 1987, in Moscow. State University — Higher school of economics, faculty management, bachelor’s degree, honors diploma, 2008. State University — Higher school of economics, faculty management, project management department, master’s degree, honors diploma, 2010. «Gazprom VNIIGAZ» — junior researcher; State University — Higher school of economics — assistant. Нe published 2 works. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru

Abstract: Nowadays there are lots of different project portfolio construction techniques. However there is not any one which takes into consideration international large-scale oil and gas project features. This paper describes LNG-project portfolio construction technique under uncertainty. The new technique enables to take into account projects' goal orientation and their interaction within portfolio; real option existence and high level of geopolitical, market, technogeneous, organizational, environmental risks; resource and time constraints

Index UDK: УДК: 65.050

Keywords: project portfolio construction, Liquefied natural gas, resource allocation under uncertainty, bubble diagram

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2010/3
Development of company’s reimbursement system by means of KPI.
Human resources development of oil and gas industry

Authors: Elena R. ISLAMGALIEVA was born in 1982, graduated from Ufa State Aviation Technical University in 2004. She completed a post-graduate course at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2007 with the degree of Candidate of Economic Sciences. At present she is assistant-professor of the Department of Labor and Personnel Management at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. She published over 30 works in the field of social protection of personnel and labor remuneration. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru

Abstract: New systems of motivating and reimbursing company staff to attract and retain valuable assets as well as improve their performance are being actively sought. One of these is the KPI reimbursement system, which can form the main share of the staff comprehensive income effecting the labor productivity and achievement of objectives. The article covers the essence of the KPI system development, the conditions necessary for its effective introduction and the experience of its operation

Index UDK: УДК: 681.5

Keywords: remuneration of labor, motivation and reimbursement, key indice of efficiency, efficiency management, staff performance assessment

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2010/3
Assessment of personnel when working with personnel reserve
Human resources development of oil and gas industry

Authors: Aleksandr E. SLAVINSKY was born in 1981, graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2004. He is senior lecturer of the Department of Labor and Personnel Management at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. He published 15 works in the field of personnel assessment. E-mail: alslavinskiy@yandex.ru

Abstract: The publication shows the main stages of working with the organization's personnel reserve. These include: analysis of the needs in the reserve; making a list of the reserve candidates; preparation of the candidates. The main criterion of the efficiency of the personnel reserve is the success of the organization, i.e. the extent of achievement of its objectives

Index UDK: УДК: 658.3

Keywords: personnel management, personnel efficiency, personnel reserve

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2010/3
Knowledge control as a new function of management
Human resources development of oil and gas industry

Authors: Anna V. KOMAROVA was born in 1970, graduated from Moscow Technological Institute of Food Industry in 2002. Candidate of Economic Sciences. She is assistant-professor of the Department of Labor and Personnel Management at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. She published over 30 works in the field of management. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru

Abstract: The work is dedicated to the issues of the development of knowledge control systems in organizations. Russian and international experience in the field is considered. The main functional responsibilities of the departments ensuring knowledge control in the organization are described. The training of specialists in new technologies of knowledge control is a key factor to successful development in the given field

Index UDK: УДК: 658.3

Keywords: economics of knowledge, knowledge control systems, knowledge control, knowledge management, knowledge control infrastructure, intellectual assets

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2010/3
Practice-oriented training techniques for human arts
Humanities in universities of petroleum engineering

Authors: Larissa I. SITNOVA was born in 1957, graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy of Lomonosov Moscow State University in 1979, assistant-professor, Candidate of Philosophic Sciences, published over 30 works in the field of philosophy, sociology, educational technologies. E-mail: guman@gubkin.ru

Abstract: The works is devoted to the use of innovative pedagogical techniques in teaching the elective course of sociology. The structure, methodology of organization and staging of simulation games used by the author at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas are described

Index UDK: УДК: 316.334:37

Keywords: new teaching technologies, methods of active group training, educational simulation games

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2010/3
Development of environmental imperative in the course of Philosophy (ecological potential of the cours be of Philosophy)
Humanities in universities of petroleum engineering

Authors: Tatijana N. SEMENOVA was born in 1956. She graduated from philoplphical faculty of Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov in 1979. She defended her thesis on religion in 1986. She has been assistant professor of philosophy and socio-political technologies in Russian State University Oil and Gas named after I.M. Gubkin. She is the author about 10 works on philosophical matters of religious. E-mail: semenovataniya@gmail.com

Abstract: The work is devoted to the problem of the development of environmental imperative (worldview and behavioral attitudes) in the course of Philosophy in technical university. All the branches of philosophic knowledge such as ontology, epistemology, axiology, anthropology and social philosophy implicitly include the environmental aspect. Philosophy gives worldview and methodological attitudes as well as moral and axiological foundation of ecological knowledge and behavior. Students learn to analyze deeper social and economic causes of environmental problems and identify their moral vector. Many philosophic issues (material entity of the world, spiritual life of society, mystery of existence etc.) are realized in a new way with respect for ecological cross-section

Index UDK: УДК: 001.83

Keywords: environmental imperative, social philosophy, Morale, evolution, Co-evolution, Anthropocentrism, biocentrism, technocentrism, worldview paradigm, behavioral attitude, bioethics, bio-philosophy, Synergy, Russian cosmism, noosphere, material entity of the world, laws of Dialectics, anthropic principle, Global problems

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2010/4
Main problems and possibilities of carbonate rocks facies using logging data
Petroleum geology, geophysics

Authors: Gennady Ya. SHILOV was born in 1946, graduated from Azizbekov Azerbaijan Institute of Oil and Chemistry. He is Doctor of geological and mineralogical sciences, professor of the Department of Fundamentals of Oil and Gas Exploration of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, correspondent member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, he published over 90 works.
E-mail: genshilov@istel.ru

Abstract: Quantitative models of logging facies of carbonate rocks and methods of their application for facial analysis are considered. Logging genetic models are based on the estimates of lithology, porosity and oil saturation of carbonate deposits using logging data. The importance of study of secondary transformations of carbonate rocks is stressed. Examples of applying the offered method of facial interpretation of logging materials of complicated carbonate cross sections including reefs of the fields in Orenburg region of Kazakhstan and those in Byelorussia are presented

Index UDK: УДК: 552.54:551.7.022

Keywords: Porosity, shaliness, water saturation, logging data, Carbonate rocks, facies, method of facial interpretation of logging data, quantitative genetic logging models of facies

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2010/4
Sedimentary-facial models subsalt deposits of Orenburg Region
Petroleum geology, geophysics

Authors: Eugenia N. SYSOYEVA was born in 1982, she is gratuate of Science of the Department of Theory of Oil and Gas Exploration and Prospecting of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas.
Ulyana S. SERIKOVA was born in 1989, she is a student of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, researcher of the Department of Theory of Oil and Gas Exploration and Prospecting of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas.
E-mail: biblioteka@nedrainform.ru

Abstract: Sedimentary-facial models of Paleozoic subsalt deposits of Orenburg Region built on the basis of chronostratigraphic analysis are considered. The analysis allowed to identify the rock units (Ordovician-Low-Devonian (pre-Emian), Emian-mid-Devonian, Fransko-Turnian, Vesian-Bashkirian, Moscow-upper-Carboniferous, low-Permian) which genetically interconnected by unity and directivity of sedimentation and separated by surfaces of regional discordance the formation of which in turn is caused by global falls of the sea level and (or) structural change of the area in question

Index UDK: УДК: 552.54

Keywords: seismic-sequential-stratigraphical interpretation, sedimentary-facial modeling, Euxine depression, subsalt deposits, Porosity, Permeability

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