Using Dynamic DCF and Real Options to Value and Manage Mining and Petroleum Projects

  • Dates:
    May 27 - 29, 2009
  • Event Type:
    Course

Organized By

Colorado School of Mines

Contact Information

Graham Davis
303-273-3321
space@mines.edu
Event has already ended

How characteristics of natural resource environment influence project value -How to build a dynamic valuation model -How to determine investment decision situations for which these methods are appropriate Course designed for mining and petroleum industry managers, geologists, engineers, bankers, and analysts involved in evaluating or managing projects or dealing with investment risk. Using Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) technique allows valuation proessionals to improve their economic and risk analysis via sophisticated cash flow models that combine dynamic descriptions of uncertainty with the ability to manage these uncertainties using flexible design and operational strategies.

Event Detail

Highlights

How characteristics of natural resource environment influence project value -How to build a dynamic valuation model -How to determine investment decision situations for which these methods are appropriate Course designed for mining and petroleum industry managers, geologists, engineers, bankers, and analysts involved in evaluating or managing projects or dealing with investment risk. Using Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) technique allows valuation proessionals to improve their economic and risk analysis via sophisticated cash flow models that combine dynamic descriptions of uncertainty with the ability to manage these uncertainties using flexible design and operational strategies.