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The Eurasian Economic Union. Member States Benefits

Panteleev A., Anastasiia Khazhgerieva.

In bk.: Asia Central en el marco de la Union Economica Eurosiatica. Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, 2021. Ch. 8. P. 129-155.

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Transformation of refinery loading as a result of stricter environmental regulations and development of alternative fuels

Professor of the School of World Economy at the National Research University Higher School of Economics  V. Ulanov has published a new article "Transformation of refinery loading as a result of stricter environmental regulations and development of alternative fuels" in "International Journal of Energy, Environment, and Economics" Volume 26, Number 4, 2020.

Abstract

The oil refining industry is currently challenged by the energy consumption transformation, which requires adaptation of the petroleum products output programs to the decreased demand for certain types of oil products and disbalancing of markets. The authors identify technological processes and world regions under the greatest risk of excess production capacity and analyze the efficiency of management decisions regarding the optimization of loading oil refining process units. The article presents recommendations for the long term optimization of existing capacities, which are based on the combined approach to the oil refining modeling in the context of the largest regions of oil products consumption. The article also shows that the main changes in the balance of supply and demand for petroleum products are local in nature, and the transformation of consumption will not lead to a decrease in oil refining, but also create incentives for additional investment in the industry. 

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