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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Vladislav Tishchenko
Improving the Process of LNG (Liquid Natural Gas) Transportation of Sakhalin Energy Investment Company Ltd.
Logistics and Supply Chain Management
(Bachelor’s programme)
2016
1. Name of thesis

«Improving the Process of LNG (Liquid Natural Gas) Transportation of Sakhalin Energy Investment Company Ltd»

2. Student

Tishchenko Vladislav Viktorovich, group BLG 122, Faculty of Business and Management, School of Logistics

3. Supervisor

Klepikov Vladimir Pavlovich, Doctor of Technical Science, Professor

Keywords: logistic function, liquefied natural gas (LNG), mechanism of realization of the project, shipment, pipeline system, maritime transportation, a strategic profit model.

The purpose of the study is to develop recommendations to improve the efficiency of the process of LNG transportation on the enterprise in question.

The objectives of the study include: analysis of the economic activity of the company, the analysis of LNG supply chain, the selection of bottlenecks in the process of LNG transportation, analysis of the professional literature in order to identify solutions, the formulation of an individual approach for solving the problem, application developed recommendations into practice, cost-effectiveness analysis of the measures.

In the analysis of logistic activity of the enterprise the following issues were identified: ineffective usage of vehicles for LNG transportation from LNG plant to consumers, high costs of LNG transportation, a large number of annual deliveries.

The object of research is the oil and gas company. The scope of activity of the enterprise is the LNG production and export of liquefied natural gas.

In this study the following recommendations were made: replacement of vehicles of larger cargo capacity, taking into account bottlenecks in the supply chain, a reduction of the total number of annual deliveries.

The author of this study proves the economic feasibility of the practical application of the proposed recommendations. As a result, return on equity in the strategic profit model has increased by 0,15%.

Study volume: 76 p., figures – 17, tables -17, a list of references - 27

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