The Mining Valuation Handbook. Mining and Energy Valuation for Investors and Management. 4th Edition

  • ID: 2326781
  • Book
  • 624 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Equity markets have experienced turbulent times in recent years, particularly in resource valuations and commodity prices. In this international bestseller Victor Rudenno once again provides comprehensive, current information on mining and unravels some of the mystery surrounding the resources industry.

Now in its fourth edition, The Mining Valuation Handbook will assist those in the mining industry seeking financial information, as well as people in finance looking for characteristics of the resources industry in an economic light. For the non–professional who is keen to invest in resource companies, this book will also help remove some of the mystique that often surrounds technical disciplines.

Inside you will find:

  • extensive commentary relevant to the mining industry
  • valuation concepts
  • worked examples and feasibility studies
  • the role of resources and reserves
  • commodity values and forecasting
  • real option analysis
  • extensive commodity profiles.

The Mining Valuation Handbook is an essential addition to the libraries of astute investors and mining and financial analysts.

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Acknowledgements ix

Introduction xi

1 The resources industry 1

2 A quick guide to financials 13

3 Feasibility studies 21

4 Commodity values and forecasting 41

5 Resource project considerations 67

6 Classification of resources and reserves 97

7 Mining and hydrocarbon recovery 113

8 Indicative capital and operating costs 151

9 Hedging commodities and exchange rates 235

10 Taxation, depreciation, royalties and accounting standards 245

11 Valuation methodologies 265

12 Takeovers and fair value allocation 299

13 Quantifying the risk 317

14 Cutoff grade theory 329

15 Share price performance and real options 337

16 Impact of exploration, development and expansion 357

17 Determining the appropriate discount rate 381

18 Dealing with inflation 391

19 Agricola Mining a hypothetical example 397

20 Commodity profiles 417

Appendix A: Sources of information 495

Appendix B: Australian Native Title 501

Appendix C: Royalty rates 505

Appendix D: Economic geology primer 517

Appendix E: Project details 523

Appendix F: Exchange rates and CPI 541

Appendix G: Continuous discounting and annuities 545

Appendix H: Abbreviations, conversions and energy factors 547

Glossary 555

Bibliography and references 593

Index 597

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