Spatially and temporally dispersed marginal subsea field development. Part II: valuation
Risks in developing of subsea marginal fields arise from many sources, including state of knowledge, site, regulations and fiscal policy. Part I of this two-part paper (Yasseri, 2016) described three primary valuation methods, i.e. discounted cash flow, decision tree and real option, that can be utilised to examine risks and success factors so that the determinants of successful developments can be identified and reinforced. This paper (Part II) applies those three valuation methods to the scattered subsea field example described in Part I. This paper compares and contrasts these valuation methods, and highlights their relative merits as a decision-making support tool.
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Publication date: March 1, 2016
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