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The financial wing of an oil hub is a critical part of a successful oil hub because it is a crucial factor for the liquidity. This study investigates possibilities of finanical collaboration among key countries in Northeast Asia, such as Japan, China and Korea. It can be a very important question because the Korean government is building its first-stage oil-hub tank terminal in Yeosoo, a southern port-city of Korea. In addition, the Korean government is planning to build the second-stage tank terminals in another location in southern Korea. An effective oil hub requires not just building facilities and infra-structures for storing and transmitting refined petroleum products but liquidity. Otherwise, demands for storage cannot be created. In spite of shares of NEA in the global energy market, there have been very few policy attempts to form an energy cooperation scheme in the region. Historical, political, and national pride are the major obstacles in promoting a regional energy integration (REI). The increased volatility poses a greater threat to NEA more than ever before. Casual approaches to energy problems in the region seem to be aimless. The financial collaboration model suggested in this paper can be a practical and productive method in developing a new approach to regiona cooperation in the reason. This is very important because Japan, China and Korea have not been very successful in generating a conduicive model for regional cooperation. The NEA region has not yet attained any of important institutional frameworks for REI(regional energy integration). Therefore, the NEA must look into how it can enhance the level of regional collaboration in order to facilitate the oil hub project. Therefore, in order to initiate collaboration among the governments, and businesses among NEA countries, a common OTC market for oil trading, and establish three institutional arrangements are recommended in this study.

Ⅰ. 서론

Ⅱ. 세계 에너지 수급구조의 변화

Ⅲ. 오일허브의 금융구조

Ⅳ. 동북아 지역 금융협업의 구도

Ⅴ. 요약 및 결론

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