Introduction to Oil Company Financial Analysis

ISBN-10: 159370044X

ISBN-13: 9781593700447

Edition: 2006

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Basic principles are widely understood in the financial industry, but the terminology and analytical techniques can vary greatly. This book is written for the nonfinancial shareholders, managers, and oil company employees interested in the forces that influence stock values. The bottom line in any company is expressed in the language of finance. This book explains financial concepts in a nontechnical, practical way so that nonfinancial professionals and others may understand and appreciate this aspect of the business. When the first edition of this book was written, companies disclosed substantially less information than what is available today. This additional information allows a better understanding of the financial status and health of a company. But there is still room for improvement.
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Book details

List price: $107.00
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: PennWell Corporation
Publication date: 10/15/2005
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 500
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.870
Language: English

Introduction Oil Prices Diminishing Supplies and Increasing Demand Mega Mergers
The Stock Market
Fundamentals of Valuation Market
Value Fair Market
Value Technical Analysis
Dow Theory
Fundamental Analysis
The first step+Economic conditions
The second step+Industry analysis
The third step+Company analysis Asset- vs
Income-Based Techniques Asset-based valuation concepts
Control premium
Income-based valuation concepts
Efficient Market Hypothesis
Random Walk Theory
Catch-22 Niels
Bohr+Early EMH proponent
Stock Quotations Accounting Value vs. Economic Value
Future and Present
Value Theory
Future value
Present value
Annuities Perpetuity
Present value tables
Internal Rate of Return
Cost of Capital
Cost of debt
Cost of preferred stock
Cost of equity
Capital asset pricing model
Summary Accounting
Systems for Oil and Gas
Generally Accepted
Accounting Principles
Accounting concepts
Governance, transparency, and disclosure
Reserve Recognition
Accounting FC and SE
Accounting SE accounting FC accounting
Ceiling Test
Limitation Book value, SEC value, and FMV of reserves
Depreciation, depletion, and amortization
Cost Depletion and Percentage Depletion
Summary and Key Concepts
Financial Statement Analysis
Annual Report
The Income Statement
The Balance Sheet
The Statement of Cash Flows
Form 10-K Form 10-K
Oil & Gas Reserves
Financial Analysis
CVX financial statements
Quick look
Ratio Analysis
Analytical perspectives
Ratios Liquidity ratios
Profitability ratios
Activity ratios
Dividends Valuation ratios
Energy ratios
Ratio Roulette CVX CVX Highlights 2001
Summary and Key Concepts
How much is too much debt?
Valuation of Common Stock
Guidelines for Estimating Value
IRS guidelines
SEC guidelines
Book Value
Book value multiple
Debt-adjusted book value multiple
Adjusted book value
O&G Properties
Long-term Investment in Stock
Off-Balance-Sheet Activities
Involving the Cost & Equity
Methods of Accounting
Consolidation and minority interests
Off-balance-sheet assets and liabilities
Long-term leases
Synthetic leases
Litigation Environmental Liabilities
Exxon Valdez spill in the Prince William
Sound, 1989 DR&R+Abandonment Off-Balance-Sheet
Commitments Drilling
Commitments Summary
Discounted cash flow analysis
Adjustments Net income
DD&A Deferred taxes Extraordinary items
Other adjustments
Exploration expenses
Research and development
Interest expense
Free cash flow
Operating income multiple
Comparable sales
Replacement value
Combined appraisal techniques
Competitive Comparisons
Individual Investment
Institutional Investment
Employment Benchmarking
M&A Potential
Identification of Peer Group
Line of business
Size Market or location
Other considerations
Identification of Comparison Criteria
Study the sector
Sources of information
Identify the industry or sector concerns
Integrated O&G industries
E&S E&P Drilling
Refining and marketing Utilities
Segment Valuation Proved Reserves
Acreage Transportation
Pipelines Tankers
Refineries Industry Structure
Financial Analysis and Evaluation of
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