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Конов Дмитрий
Dmitry Konov
Head of the Administration of the Gusevsky City District Municipal Structure
Quotes
07.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Identifying the Future Industrial Leaders
How can companies accustomed to efficient spending can work up tolerance to spending funds on something that does not guarantee a certain return? How can organizations be tolerant towards paying for an unpredictable result? What is it we pay for, why are we paying for it and what is it going to do?
07.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Identifying the Future Industrial Leaders
Everyone is used to working with ready-made solutions. <…> Pretty much everything we are talking about now is something that does not exist in a box. Instead, there is an idea that needs to be applied to a process, fine-tuned, and launched to work
07.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Identifying the Future Industrial Leaders
Any digital transformation needs rapid decision-making during interim stages. <…> Waiting for a project to end when the condition around change so fast is plain impossible. How can fairly large companies, that in general tend to avoid risks – how can they reprogramme to make certain decision with tolerance for error?
07.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Investing in Russia’s Future: How Can National Projects Become Attractive to Investors?
Implementing national projects can be difficult. These include many individual initiatives and projects that must go through a specific filter. <...> As possible investors in national projects, we would like to avoid having to take decisions immediately at the conception state. All projects should go through certain stages, and they need to be carefully analysed and developed
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
The ESG Race for USD 30 Trillion of Investment is on
Our production facilities are an important aspect. They focus on safety, minimizing losses that we incur, and transitioning to other technologies in resource use and reducing emissions of pollutants as much as possible
14.02.2019
RIF 2019
The Economics of Urban Comfort
“When it comes to social environment, schools needed by our employees and the city residents, kindergartens, other infrastructure, houses, we have an excellent project. <…> We bring cultural events to Tobolsk, we invest in public spaces as much as we can
24.01.2019
Russia House 2019
Russia – One Step Ahead
Some people who are involved in digital transformation at SIBUR are not just specialists in digital technologies. They are high level specialists, with understanding of the process and with certain creative thinking
24.01.2019
Russia House 2019
Russia – One Step Ahead
We are competing for people. Possibly, not so intensively now, but potentially it will only increase
24.01.2019
Russia House 2019
Russia – One Step Ahead
This agenda is the same for all. We all do more or less the same thing. In a situation when there are no out-of-box solutions, you cannot buy and plug, but you need to bring in your own people, who understand the process, understand the algorithm, understand the organization, and put each solution together
24.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Revolutionary Management Approaches Redefining the Organization of the Future
Over the past 15 years in terms of volumes SIBUR increased by 3 to 4 times. In terms of the number of employees we decreased by the same 4 times. We consistently applied everything that improved our organization
24.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Revolutionary Management Approaches Redefining the Organization of the Future
We must recognize that we will live in an ever-changing environment. We are talking about complications, but there have been changes before and they were just as inevitable. They also changed the behaviour of companies and managers. The only thing that was different: they did not develop so quickly
24.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
New Investment Policy Mechanisms: Engines of Growth
I’d like to join the chorus of SPIC 2.0 supporters <…> The first advantage is the predictability. The second is fairness and equal access. <…> We saw that in SPIC 2.0 the Ministry of Finance uses a principle, that’s not always easy to read but ultimately fair: the state should co-finance profits of the future projects
25.01.2018
Russia House 2018
Russia: New Production Hub
“There will be a huge time-lag before Russia has the production capacity similar to those in other countries. The incentives we create to bring production to Russia have only been effective for the last 5–7 years. Looking at the situation today, the investments in the Russian economy are not justified, since the domestic market is relatively small. One cannot take a link of the production chain and set it up in one place, one needs to think strategically,”
25.01.2018
Russia House 2018
Russia: New Production Hub
“We see a significant growth of labour productivity, and this makes our operations so much more effective. Compare these figures with those of 20 years ago: we need far less labour, and given the volume of investments, we already see a good return. Now we hire five times less people than twenty years ago, and productivity still goes up,”
25.01.2018
Russia House 2018
Russia: New Production Hub
“The educational system should face the market demand as it shifts. Now we really need IT specialists, not only chemists. This is a totally different education; they have a completely new set of skills. In many cases today, the Russian educational system is not ready to meet these requirements,”
25.01.2018
Russia House 2018
Russia: New Production Hub
“Productivity is a far more pressing issue for the state. It seeks to educate people for new industries,”
25.01.2018
Russia House 2018
Russia: New Production Hub
“The investment principle will be completely different: one should not expect a boost in jobs through expanding capacities. Here is a new approach: often investments do not lead to hiring and providing employment for [more] people. We need different people. Now we need IT specialists, not chemists,”
25.01.2018
Russia House 2018
Russia: New Production Hub
“Much is said about money, financing. Access to the capital is much less of a problem than actually setting up a production in Russia. It is much more complicated. The issue is lack of managerial skills, lack of specialists who would be able to manage assets. A whole series of problems. Sometimes the project simply stagnates in the middle, while the problem is not the money. Management is as significant as financing,”
24.01.2018
Russia House 2018
Russian Competitiveness in the Global Energy Sector
“The presence of an additional product available for processing in the domestic market exponentially increases the use of such product by processors. It is happening; I am sure that the projects that are being implemented according to the plan for development of oil and gas chemistry will give this push,”
24.01.2018
Russia House 2018
Russian Competitiveness in the Global Energy Sector
“Oil and gas chemistry <…> exists to meet the world’s need for new synthetic products,”
24.01.2018
Russia House 2018
Russian Competitiveness in the Global Energy Sector
“We have made a major breakthrough in the Russian petrochemical industry in the last decade. We will not be able to make Russia a big player in petrochemicals globally without a special approach to price regulation or government stimulation,”
24.01.2018
Russia House 2018
Russian Competitiveness in the Global Energy Sector
“Speaking about the development of petrochemicals in Russia, as I see it, in recent years, in part through the programmes that the Ministry of Energy conducts, through a sufficiently clear outlook on how it should develop – petrochemicals had a breakthrough. But they broke through primarily so as to satisfy the needs of other Russian industries for synthetic products. We were never facing the task of creating the petrochemical industry that would recycle all the molecules processed in the oil and gas industry, to make something out of them and sell it somewhere. I am sure that it is impossible,”
24.01.2018
Russia House 2018
Russian Competitiveness in the Global Energy Sector
“There is a difference – to develop [technology] in order to benefit from this advantage and to replicate it is one thing; but to use it once, because we use it here, because there is a resource here and we understand that there is a market – we do not need that technology. There are other technologies, where we see situations similar to NOVATEK’s and invest in them, and we will protect them there, but we will not do it just once (as in my example), we will not waste money on it; we will better be building capacity, making money for the country, reinvesting in other projects, and we will be doing that for 5 years, rather than for 10 years we will be engaged in development of technology, so that it is reproduced once,”
24.01.2018
Russia House 2018
Russian Competitiveness in the Global Energy Sector
“Development of the Russian energy sector in the Eastern Siberia and the Far East makes it possible to have a stronger competitive position closer to the main growing consumption market,”
24.01.2018
Russia House 2018
Russian Competitiveness in the Global Energy Sector
“Development of the oil and gas industry in the eastern part of the country creates the basis (and apparently, we will see such projects in the next 5, 7, 10 years), creates the opportunity to develop petrochemical capacities aimed at the Asian market. What we see today basically is that the new, additional demand for these products will arrive from the countries of the South-East Asia,”
24.01.2018
Russia House 2018
Russian Competitiveness in the Global Energy Sector
“If we want to become a very large processor of hydrocarbons into petrochemicals, that would not happen naturally. That should be a particular government’s task, someone should support that with special stimulating measures,”