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Sustainability, Vol. 14, Pages 4742: Crude Oil Market Functioning and Sustainable Development Goals: Case of OPEC++-Participating Countries

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Sustainability, Vol. 14, Pages 4742: Crude Oil Market Functioning and Sustainable Development Goals: Case of OPEC++-Participating Countries

Sustainability doi: 10.3390/su14084742

Authors:
Marina V. Vasiljeva
Vadim V. Ponkratov
Larisa A. Vatutina
Maria V. Volkova
Marina I. Ivleva
Elena V. Romanenko
Nikolay V. Kuznetsov
Nadezhda N. Semenova
Elena F. Kireeva
Dmitrii K. Goncharov
Izabella D. Elyakova

This article aims to substantiate the factors by which the oil industry influences the sustainable development of OPEC++-participating countries under conditions of uncertainty. The impact of the price parameters of the world oil market and the tools of its regulation on the sustainability of OPEC++-participating countries was assessed using panel regression analysis. The sustainable development level of OPEC++-participating countries was analyzed by the integrated estimation method, focusing on crude oil market functioning features. Undoubtedly, we can testify that there is a direct correlation between the country’s level of socio-economic development and sustainable development. In resource economies, a reduction in oil production and exports cannot have the same effect on sustainable development as in countries that do not produce oil, or are characterized by a higher level of economic development. With an appropriate level of economic diversification and the effectiveness of the institutional framework for managing the oil market, sustainable development can be achieved. Based on the model of the integrated assessment of the sustainable development of oil-exporting countries, the impact of statistically significant financial investors’ panic factor on the imbalance of oil prices due to the uncertainty of economic development was determined. Key indicators that create a panic factor in the oil market were identified. These include the indicators of the number of countries enforcing lockdown and the pandemic’s duration. We argue for the need to develop an effective strategy for achieving the sustainable development goals (SDGs) in OPEC++-participating countries, based on the management of crude oil supply and demand forces and by considering the effect of financial investors’ panic factor on the oil market.



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