Russian Oil Supply: Performance and Prospects by John D. GraceRussian Oil Supply: Performance and Prospects by John D. Grace

Russian Oil Supply: Performance and Prospects

byJohn D. Grace

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Russia has come to the forefront of hopes for increasing world oil supplies and abating historically high prices. While production rose from slightly more than 6 million barrels of oil per day in 1998 to over 9 million barrels per day in 2004, long-term continuation of such a dramatic rate ofgrowth cannot be expected.An understanding of Russian oil supply is reached in Russian Oil Supply starting with an investigation of the petroleum geology of the nation's two principal producing basins: the Volga-Ural and West Siberia. To this is added a review of the engineering technologies applied over the Soviet periodand the impact they continue to have on productive capacity today. The collapse of the USSR in 1991 generated a fundamental change in the economics of Russian oil production. The transition from a command to largely market-driven industry created an opportunity to study supply in response to changes since independence in the after-tax net income earned at thewellhead by oil companies. That analysis provides an objective foundation for bounding near-term responses in supply to higher world prices and changes in the controlled price of oil on the domestic market. The performance of top major Russian oil companies that dominate the industry is highly varied. Examination of their asset bases and management strategies allow identification of critical issues before these companies and their latitude in meeting them. The lack of a robust 'independent' sectoramong Russian producers is seen as a significant impediment to exploitation of resources located in a very large number of discovered but undeveloped fields. The most important problems facing the Russian government and producers are the balance of power between them and determination of how much production and exports are 'enough.'Since 2003, the Putin administration has radically increased the position of the state in industry operations and downgradedmarket mechanisms. Growing uncertainty over the limits of this policy have shaken production growth and sharpened questions over oils role in Russia and how it interacts with world markets.

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After completing his Ph.D. in Economics at Louisiana State University in 1984, John D. Grace served oAfter completing his Ph.D. in Economics at Louisiana State University in 1984, John D. Grace served one year on the Geology faculty at LSU. In 1985, he joined the geologic research lab at Atlantic Richfield (ARCO, now a part of British...
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Title:Russian Oil Supply: Performance and ProspectsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:256 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.93 inPublished:May 24, 2006Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0197300308

ISBN - 13:9780197300305

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Table of Contents

Introduction1. The Opening of the Russian Oil Industry2. The Volga-Ural Basin3. West Siberia4. Mechanics of the Peak, Collapse, and Recovery5. Industry Performance6. The Outlook for Russian Oil Supply7. Conclusions