Plyaskina N.  

Distribution of Investment Resources among the Agents of a Megaproject based on the Network Model

The object of this study is a long-term capital-intensive investment mega-project with a variety of economic agents - participants and high risks of the implementation of their projects. The length of procedures for the coordination of investment projects and the difficulty of coordinating their actions to achieve the objectives of the megaproject necessitate the creation of adequate resource management tools.
The report proposes an algorithm for solving the problem of distribution of investment resources in the network model of the megaproject. It is assumed that the development of the megaproject is presented in the form of a directed graph without contours. As a megaproject, a megaproject of development of the East Siberian Oil and Gas Complex (ESOGC) was considered. The duration of each work of the network model is a random variable. The works of the megaproject are grouped by projects, each of the projects has a directive deadline for its completion, as well as the minimum and maximum allowable probability of completion of the project at this time. The main idea of the task of resource allocation between projects is to increase the likelihood of their completion within the prescribed time frame with given initial volumes of investment resources of the megaproject.
To solve the problem, a step-by-step algorithm has been developed, which is implemented by C ++ language methods in the Rad Studio 2010 programming environment. The algorithm has been tested on real economic information. The distribution of investment resources of PJSC Transneft to the Eastern Siberia-Pacific Ocean (ESPO) trunk pipeline construction sites, which is the basis for the formation of the East-Siberian Oil and Gas Company Project, was considered.

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