MAGAZINE №1(84) February 2018

AUTHOR KLEPIKOV V.P. 

CATEGORY Analytics and reviews Industrial companies’ corporate logistics Logistic infrastructure Transportation in logistics

ABSTRACT

The typical feature of the oil market of the Atlantic region, the North and Baltic Seas is significant prevalence of imported raw materials over domestic oil refining, and the oil production dynamics over the past few years does not suggest a significant production growth in the future. This circumstance determines specific features of the logistics of oil transportation to the Atlantic region, the North and Baltic Seas refineries. Availability of Druzhba’s oil pipeline system enables to use the trunk pipelines for Russian oil supply to regional refineries without a marine pass, which makes the process independent on weather conditions. So oil supplies via Druzhba are crucial for the region.

Marine oil transportation to the Atlantic region, the North and Baltic Seas market has a number of advantages. That is why refineries in many countries have crude oil supplied via European oil trunk pipelines that receive oil via marine port terminals. The paper describes the transport infrastructure of oil pipelines sea terminals, shows modern distribution of oil refining facilities in the European continent, and studies the procurement volume arriving to refineries of the region via the Atlantic region, the North and Baltic Seas transportation system. A considerable part of refineries in the maritime countries is located in close proximity to the oil port terminals. To develop efficient programs of crude oil supply to the Atlantic region, the North and Baltic Seas, the infrastructural opportunities provided by these economic entities are studied in the paper. The findings reveal that the port infrastructure of states in the Atlantic, North and Baltic Seas region water area is able to receive VLCC class tankers. Using the quantitative analysis method, we review the developments in oil refining facilities and oil refining volumes in the region. We singled out the main groups of countries participating in the global oil market. Despite a drastic capacity loss of the regional refineries the total volume of oil refinery in the Atlantic, North and Baltic Seas has an upward trend. Development of this process will lead to an increase in imported oil flow and will provide an additional load of the region’s transport infrastructure.

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MAGAZINE  №6 (59) December 2013

AUTHOR  Kokurin D. I., Nazin K. N.

CATEGORY Logistics infrastructure Terminology in Logistics and SCM Reviews and Analytics 

ABSTRACT

Despite widespread operational use of logistics infrastructure notion, definition of its economic essence and contents is associated with a number of serious theoretical and methodological differences. The authors of this article offer their own understanding based on a critical analysis of the existing viewpoints. 

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MAGAZINE  №6 (59) December 2013

 AUTHOR  Klimenko V. V.

 

CATEGORY Global logistics projects Logistics infrastructure 

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The article presents an overview of the most important existing and future sources of financing tools and transport and logistics infrastructure of the EU countries, in particular for the project of Trans-European Transport Network. In addition, it includes a discussion of these analytical tools on a background of changes in the basic policy framework. Overview for the most important applied and potential financial instruments and sources of financing of transport infrastructure in the EU.

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MAGAZINE  №3 (56) June 2013

AUTHOR  Mochalin S.M., Milyaeva V.A. 

CATEGORY Global logistics projects Logistics infrastructure Transportation 

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The authors provide the mechanism of interaction of major transport hubs within the cluster creation process от the example of Omsk region and Astana. In present conditions cooperation in solving problems of cargo traffic servicing may result in improving the competitiveness of Russian and Kazakhstan transport systems and more effective implementation of  transit potential of both countries.

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