The paper presents a comprehensive analysis of the expected effects and benefits for regions from the establishment of petrochemical clusters and the implementation of development strategies for mining companies as part of the East Siberian Oil and Gas Complex (ESOGC) megaproject. The ESOGC megaproject is considered an instrument for analyzing the commercial efficiency of investment projects of companies, federal and regional tax revenues, the balance of strategic investment priorities of Gazprom and Sibur in the development of hydrocarbon deposits in Eastern Siberia and the Sakha (Yakutia) Republic. The experience of Amur and Irkutsk oblasts in the development of regional policy for localizing the expected effects and benefits of gas chemical projects of Sibur and Gazprom are analyzed, as well as organizational and managerial solutions for regional authorities to facilitate the implementation of these projects.
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