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“Analytical Review of Cross-Border Investment into the Far North of Russia”
The Far North of Russia is extremely rich with energy resources. Development of the Arctic zone is one of the major processes of global economic dynamics, which is determined by the conjuncture of the world's hydrocarbon markets.
Transformation of China and India into major driving forces of world economic growth, as well as creation of new centers for economic development in Asia and Latin America will inevitably drive up demand on oil and gas markets and will ensure profitability of exploration of the Arctic shelf fields.
In addition to oil and gas, regions of the Far North contain unique reserves and potential undiscovered resources of rare metals and other minerals.
Many northern territories have a potential for unconventional renewable energy sources, primarily water resources of small rivers, wind, geothermal heat, biomass. The northern sea route has a great potential of becoming one of the main cargo transportation routes in the world.
This review provides an extensive amount of information on the main markets in the Far North of Russia, such as oil and gas, plus data on the extraction and production of mineral resources, processing and transportation statistics, description of the largest investment projects; description of renewable energy sources; characteristics of the transport system in the Far North of Russia including description of sea ports.
Range of stakeholders: information presented in this report may be of interest for the investors in the Far North of Russia.
Methods of research: To achieve the objectives print and electronic materials business and trade publications, statistical books, the Internet and other Russian and foreign sources were monitored.
Volume and structure of the report: The report consists of five sections totaling 110 pages, illustrated with 31 tables, 19 diagrams, 4 figures and 3 schemes.
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