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Detailed Financial Analysis Report. Summary This report analyses three mutually exclusive locomotive options for an open cut coal mine in the Queensland region of the Bowen basin. Blue Mountain Mining Ltd is looking to upgrade their current fleet of locomotives coming to the end of their useful lives. The objective is to provide a detailed financial analysis of how the recommended option was selected. Methodology Three locomotive options were selected from a preliminary analysis. The objective of the final financial analysis was to select the preeminent option of the three, this being the locomotive that would be the most cost effective over the remaining life of the mine. The method employed for the financial model was the discount cash flow (DCF) analysis, using this method would illustrate variances in alternative information and conclude with the Net Present Value (NPV) of each option. As one of the projects had an unequal life to the other two, the

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Blue Mountain Mining Ltd is looking to upgrade their current fleet of locomotives coming to the end of their useful lives. The objective is to provide a detailed financial analysis of how the recommended option was selected. Methodology Three locomotive options were selected from a preliminary analysis. The objective of the final financial analysis was to select the preeminent option of the three, this being the locomotive that would be the most cost effective over the remaining life of the mine. The method employed for the financial model was the discount cash flow (DCF) analysis, using this method would illustrate variances in alternative information and conclude with the Net Present Value (NPV) of each option. As one of the projects had an unequal life to the other two, the annual equivalent (AE) had to be derived and each option coul...
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