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

  • Dates:
    Jun 05 - 07, 2013
  • Hours:
    From 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Location:
    Ernst & Young Tower Toronto, Ontario Canada
  • Event Type:
    Course

Organized By

Colorado School of Mines
Ernst & Young LLP

Contact Information

Graham Daivs
Professor
1600 Jackson Street, Suite 160A Golden CO 80401 USA
1 303 279-5563
space@mines.edu
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Main Course Topics:
How the characteristics of the natural resource environment influence project value.
How to build a dynamic valuation model that calculates a market-based project value and optimizes design and operating strategy by integrating financial market information, finance theory and a detailed project description.
How to determine the investment decision situations in the mining and petroleum industries for which advanced valuation methods can provide new insights, and those for which these methods are not feasible or appropriate.

The course is designed for mining and petroleum industry managers, geologists, engineers, bankers, analysts, and government officials involved in evaluating, designing, or managing projects or dealing with investment risk.

Participants do not require advanced mathematical skills to understand and apply the course material.  However, to get the most from the course, they should be familiar with:
-Basic statistical concepts such as variance, standard deviation, and covariance;
-Constructing a traditional discounted cash flow valuation;
-Introductory financial concepts such as the time value of money and risk-adjusted discounting

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Highlights

Main Course Topics:
How the characteristics of the natural resource environment influence project value.
How to build a dynamic valuation model that calculates a market-based project value and optimizes design and operating strategy by integrating financial market information, finance theory and a detailed project description.
How to determine the investment decision situations in the mining and petroleum industries for which advanced valuation methods can provide new insights, and those for which these methods are not feasible or appropriate.

The course is designed for mining and petroleum industry managers, geologists, engineers, bankers, analysts, and government officials involved in evaluating, designing, or managing projects or dealing with investment risk.

Participants do not require advanced mathematical skills to understand and apply the course material.  However, to get the most from the course, they should be familiar with:
-Basic statistical concepts such as variance, standard deviation, and covariance;
-Constructing a traditional discounted cash flow valuation;
-Introductory financial concepts such as the time value of money and risk-adjusted discounting