Quarterly Publication
Original Article Oil and Gas Economics and Management
1. Determining the effective factors on financing the optimal capital structure in oil and gas companies

Somayeh Alimoradi; Mohammad Reza Mehrabanpour; Ali Najafimoghadam

Volume 4, Issue 3 , Summer 2020, Pages 1-20

http://dx.doi.org/10.22050/pbr.2020.255708.1133

Abstract
  Companies have access to a variety of financial resources to implement available profitable investment projects, to settle overdue debts, to increase working capital, and to pay dividends to shareholders. These resources include cash from operating activities and the sale of assets (as intra-organizational ...  Read More

Original Article Oil and Gas Economics and Management
2. Investigating the concept of effectiveness in technology development projects in a research and technology organizations; evaluating eight technology development projects in the Research Institute of Petroleum Industry (RIPI)

Sara Sadat Mortazavi Ravari; Mohammad reza Fathi; Mehdi Mohammadi; Reza Bandarian

Volume 4, Issue 3 , Summer 2020, Pages 21-41

http://dx.doi.org/10.22050/pbr.2020.255920.1137

Abstract
  One of the governmental research organizations is Research and Technology Organization (RTO), whose primary is to harness science and technology in the service of innovation or public bodies and industry, to improve the quality of life and build economic competitiveness. Despite the importance and role ...  Read More

Original Article Oil and Gas Economics and Management
3. Identifying blockchain technology maturity's levels In the oil and gas industry with a grounded theory approach

Ghasemali Bazaee; Mohammadali Hassani; Ashraf Shahmansouri

Volume 4, Issue 3 , Summer 2020, Pages 43-61

http://dx.doi.org/10.22050/pbr.2020.256181.1138

Abstract
  Blockchain technology can bring opportunities, such as reducing transaction business costs and increasing transparency to the oil and gas industry. This model is adopted as a public maturity model in business processes, industry, and IS/IT organizations. This model is classified into five levels of emerging, ...  Read More

Original Article Law Studies
4. ABANDONMENT/DECOMMISSIONING UNDER NIGERIAN LEGAL REGIMES: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS

Bassey Essien Kooffreh; Brian F.I. Anyatang

Volume 4, Issue 3 , Summer 2020, Pages 63-79

http://dx.doi.org/10.22050/pbr.2020.258255.1140

Abstract
  The overall objective of this article is to analyze critically the legal instruments that regulate decommissioning of onshore and offshore platforms in the Nigerian Petroleum Industry vis-à-vis other jurisdictions such as USA, UK, and South Africa with a view to making requisite recommendations ...  Read More

Original Article Oil and Gas Economics and Management
5. The Regional Security Complex of Moqavemah( Resistance) and Iran’s strategy to ensure Oil Security

Jalil Dara; Azam Moghadas; Mohammad Lalalizadeh

Volume 4, Issue 3 , Summer 2020, Pages 81-93

http://dx.doi.org/10.22050/pbr.2021.261436.1149

Abstract
  One of the requirements for the formation of stability in regions and sub-regions is the creation of regional security complexes. The necessity of creation these regional security complexes is the existence of security orders which are outcomes of regional actors’ agreements to control internal ...  Read More

Original Article Oil and Gas Economics and Management
6. Dynamic Capability Improvement Model in the Field of International Markets in Iran's Oil and Gas Industry

Seyed Reza Rahnamay Touhidi; Houshang Taghizadeh; Soleyman Iranzadeh

Volume 4, Issue 3 , Summer 2020, Pages 95-107

http://dx.doi.org/10.22050/pbr.2020.261533.1150

Abstract
  One of the main approaches in capacity building and strengthening organizational abilities to integrate activities along the supply chains is the integration, creation, and reconfiguration of internal and external capabilities of components based on the theory of dynamic capabilities. The main assumptions ...  Read More