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Russia"s state auditions for postprivatization role in oil industry

Webb, John Ph. D.

Russia"s state auditions for postprivatization role in oil industry

private report confidential

by Webb, John Ph. D.

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Published by Cambridge Energy Research Associates in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Petroleum industry and trade -- Russia (Federation),
  • Energy policy -- Russia (Federation)

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[John Webb].
    SeriesPrivate report : confidential, Private report
    ContributionsEurasia Energy (Firm)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD9575.R82 W35 2000
    The Physical Object
    Pagination19 p. :
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16866347M
    LC Control Number00269070

    The first and most important factor contributing to the increase in production would be the privatization of these assets starting in The ownership question does make a huge world of difference. There would be a few companies or groups. Russia’s Energy Disputes. Buoyed by high oil prices, Russia finds itself embroiled in a number of disputes with foreign firms looking to tap its underdeveloped oil fields and with its neighbors.

    Russia's oil industry is "important to world energy markets because it holds the world's largest natural gas reserves, the second largest coal reserves, and the eighth largest oil reserves. Russia is also the world's largest exporter of natural gas, the second largest oil exporter, and the third largest energy consumer." --U.S. Department of Energy, February   Four longitudinal case studies of Russian oil companies are drawn upon to explain the process of organisational transformation. The book highlights how and why this process differs between companies within the same industry, explores the complexity of the change process and discusses the importance of the top management team.

      Russia Fattens Up a State Oil Company. Rosneft is a company quickly growing bigger and richer, even by the standards of an oil industry at the crest of . Four longitudinal case studies of Russian oil companies are drawn upon to explain the process of organisational transformation. The book highlights how and why this process differs between companies within the same industry, explores the complexity of the change process and discusses the importance of the top management team.


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