Author(s): Alexey I. Shinkevich, Elmira Sh. Shaimieva, Rustam K. Nurgaliev and Guzel I. Gumerova
The relevance of the article is due to the fact that the issues of improving the efficiency of managing the operating activities of petrochemical and fuel and energy companies in the context of the transition to Industry 4.0 are an integral competitive advantage of the industrial sector of the economy. In addition, qualitatively new requirements are imposed on the procedures for evaluating and modeling production, technological and other business processes at enterprises of these sectors of the economy. The solution of the indicated tasks is seen as the first stage in the management of production and technological, raw material chains and distribution chains of finished petrochemical products. In this regard, the modeling of the processes of operating activities managing of fuel and energy and non-technical companies is considered as relevant, demand and necessary for the growth of the competitiveness of production. The purpose of the article is to build a balanced scorecard in the framework of controlling procedures at petrochemical and fuel and energy enterprises and to model their operating activities in order to achieve strategic goals. The main methods used in the article are: the description method that allows you to present a balanced scorecard for petrochemical and fuel and energy enterprises in terms of operating activities; correlation analysis method - revealing the relationship between the indicators of operating activity in the balanced scorecard; method of regression analysis - describing the functional relationship between the indicators of operating activity in the balanced scorecard. The article proposes a balanced scorecard for petrochemical and fuel and energy enterprises in terms of their operating activities; a method for determining the optimal amount of residual oil products in places of storage of petrochemical products was proposed and its approbation was carried out on the example of a group of companies in the fuel, energy and petrochemical industry. The materials of the article can be used in the development of strategies and strategic maps of petrochemical and fuel and energy enterprises to improve the efficiency of their operating activities during the transition to Industry 4.0.