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Aleksey V. Edelev, Olga P. Saeva, Nikolay V. Yurkevich
Interexpo GEO-Siberia, Volume 2; https://doi.org/10.33764/2618-981x-2021-2-2-55-61

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The article shows the results of the analysis of surface water reservoirs and streams in the zone of influence of the Norilsk industrial region. Comparison of data on territories heavily exposed to technogenic impact and conditionally background areas. Comparisons of the obtained values with published scientific information on the studied region are made.
Published: 13 May 2021
by MDPI
Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, Volume 9; https://doi.org/10.3390/jmse9050528

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The development of Arctic marine resources is currently the focus of the world’s largest oil and gas companies, which is due to the presence of significant hydrocarbon reserves. However, the decision-making process for implementing offshore oil and gas projects in the Arctic is highly uncertain and requires consideration of many factors. This study presents a comprehensive approach to evaluating the prospects of oil production on the Russian Arctic shelf. It is based on a specific methodology which involves expert forecasting methods. We analyze the current conditions and key factors and indicators, focusing on oil prices and quality of technologies that could influence the decision-making in the oil and gas company concerning Arctic offshore fields’ development. We use general scientific methods—analysis, synthesis, classification and systematization—and propose a method for assessing the prospects of Arctic projects which is based on a three-step algorithm. Together with practical tools presented in the article, it will support decision-making on the project initiation and the development of a particular field.
Eugenya F. Markovskaya, Elena N. Terebova, Elena N. Gulyaeva, Vera I. Androsova, Maria A. Pavlova, Ksenya B. Taskina
Published: 23 October 2020
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, S. Yu. Kozmenko, A. B. Teslya, A. A. Shchegolkova
Management Sciences, Volume 8; https://doi.org/10.26794/2304-022x-2018-8-3-6-19

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The development of new technologies, reducing the economic and physical costs of access to the unique resources of the Arctic, has simultaneously identified a set of interrelated economic and geopolitical problems arising during the Arctic territory development. Therefore, the subject of research of the article is the problem of the Arctic communication system formation, without which the further development of the region is not possible. The authors tried to substantiate the priority directions of the development of the communication system of the Arctic region with the aim to ensure continuous mobile access to strategically significant resources of the region in the current economic and geopolitical tendencies. The article proves that the main task of developing the Arctic should be to ensure the sustainable development of the Arctic region, which can not be achieved without the formation of an adequate level of a system of transport communications which meets the set goals and objectives of the development of the territories. Limited resources with a significant amount of required initial capital investment require an informed choice of priority investment areas, “points of growth” of the system of communications formed. The main conclusion is that the provision of operational access to the strategic resources of the Arctic is impossible without further development of the transport communications system in the region, and first of all the marine transport infrastructure (in particular, the Northern Sea route). At the same time, the impact of the redistribution of traffic flows on various aspects of the region's livelihoods, including the labor market and the social sphere, requires a separate study.
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