Financial Feasibility Analysis of Shale Gas Extraction

Code : FCF0027

Year :
2019

Industry : Oil and Gas

Region : Asia

Teaching Note: Available

Structured Assignment : Not Available

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Abstract: The case discusses the financial feasibility of shale gas extraction at Petro India Ltd. (PIL) by duly considering the possible benefits and risks associated with the extraction. It enables students to understand the potential benefits and costs associated with shale gas extraction and helps them conduct a financial feasibility study of the extraction using appropriate capital budgeting techniques.


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Pedagogical Objectives:

  • To analyze the benefits and risks associated with shale gas extraction in India.
  • To estimate initial cash flows, operating cash flows, terminal cash flows, and cost of capital associated with shale gas extraction at PIL.
  • To conduct a financial feasibility study using Net Present Value and Internal Rate of Return criteria.


    Keywords :Shale gas extraction; Vertical drilling; Horizontal drilling, Capital expenditure; Permeable rocks; Abandonment Cost; Net present value; Internal rate of return, Operating cash flows; Gross production; Financial Feasibility

    Contents :
    INTRODUCTION
    COURSE OF ACTION BY PIL
    EXCERPT OF THE REPORT PRESENTED BY KAMLESH
    EXCERPT OF THE REPORT PRESENTED BY ANIMESH
    EXHIBITS


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