ANALYSIS OF SUDAN’S OIL INDUSTRY INVESTMENT ENVIRONMENT BASED ON AHP AND DISSIPATIVE STRUCTURE THEORY
Journal: Journal of Water Resources (JWR)
Author: Fan He, Xianzhong Mu
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Research on how to make Sudan’s oil industry investment environment turn into the dissipative structure which suitable for China’s investment after Sudan is split. First, use AHP to build universally applicable evaluation model for the country’s oil resources investment environment. Thereby based on the evaluation index weight sorted by the model we identified several significant factors that impact the resources’ country, such as oil grade, political stability, mining difficulty, access of oil industry, the possibility of military conflict and the economic development in oil resources country. Then according to the dissipative structures theory, combined with the actual situation in split Sudan and South Sudan we explore that in what political and diplomatic means to help local oil industry investment environment turn into the dissipative structure which suitable for China’s investment.