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Capital Budgeting Assignment on Well Drilling Methods

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Financial analysis surrounding the two available gas extraction methods horizontal or vertical for Primitive Energy and advise as to which is the preferred method.

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Money Finance Economy Capital budgeting Corporate finance Investment Mathematical finance Net present value Benefit–cost ratio Discounted cash flow Cash flow Present value
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Money Finance Economy Capital budgeting Corporate finance Investment Mathematical finance Net present value Benefit–cost ratio Discounted cash flow Cash flow Present value
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This report will examine the two options by comparing the Net Present Value (NPV) of both drilling methods. It identifies that the horizontal drilling method provides the greater return with a NPV of $170,951,908 which is $21,867,861 more than the vertical well’s NPV of $149,084,047 (refer to excel sheet 2 and 3) METHODOLOGY As these projects are mutually exclusive we must use an evaluation method to determine the best option. In order to evaluate these options, we are unable to simply ...
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