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Assessment of the localization of financial and economic effects under the implementation of projects in the oil and gas sector

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Tokarev A Doctor of Economic Sciences, Associate Professor  (anatoli-3@yandex.ru, tokarev@ieie.nsc.ru)

The analysis of the localization of financial and economic effects under the implementation of projects in the oil and gas sector is based on the example of Russian-Chinese cooperation. It can develop in the framework of various approaches that have a major influence on the generation and distribution of socio-economic effects associated with the extraction and use of hydrocarbon raw materials. The practical importance and relevance of the research are largely determined by the scale of the joint projects that are being implemented and are expected to be implemented. It is necessary to analyze them from the standpoint of the interests of a wide range of participants, including oil and gas companies, the state, resource and proces-sing regions. It is shown that one of the key factors for the realization of social and economic effects is the placement of oil and gas resources processing facilities.

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