Assessment of The Petroleum Industry Competitive Environment Influencing a System of Ecological Management of a Company Trading Crude Oil Products

  • Bec M
  • Pryimachuk I
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Abstract

The purpose of the study is to develop an indicator of competitive advantage retailers have in the market of oil products when managing environmental development of gas stations. The essence hidden in the concept of a competitive market environment regarding oil products traders is revealed. The competitive environment for the gasoline services market in the L’viv region is estimated. The economic core substance of the “environmental management” of a gas station was explored, as well as the level of competitiveness, which any oil products trader meets, is offered to estimate according to the integrated ecological status of an object. During the study, methods of observation, comparison, abstraction, PEST- analysis, SWOT- analysis, induction and formalization were employed. Improved environmental management providing a competitive advantage to gas stations at the regional marketplace allows achieving the highest standards of quality and increasing the effectiveness of regional environmental control.

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  • M Bec

  • I Pryimachuk

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