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Valuing Oil and Gas Companies: A Guide to the Assessment and Evaluation of Assets, Performance and Prospects Hardcover – 19 Jun 2000
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Market value is set by investor behaviour....but objective methods of valuation are vital for accurate predictions of market behaviour. What are the key issues facing the industry - and the main points the analyst needs to look for when interpreting oil industry accounts? Do the best prospects necessarily lie with the larger and better-financed companies? How best can an investment strategy be managed in the refining industry, with its conflicting pressures of environmental controls and inadequate returns?
This unique and authoritative book has the answers to these and many other questions, offering a series of benchmarks and performance indicators with which to evaluate oil company shares. An updated edition of a respected and established title, it remains the only comprehensive handbook of its kind available, and will be eagerly welcomed by corporate planners as well as investors and analysts.
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Amazon.com: 1 reviews
Good content, misleading title
2 June 2001 - Published on Amazon.com
26 people found this helpful.
Antil's book is an excellent overview of the history of oil & gas markets, the activities of different types of players and some economic/financial issues. It also contains a reasonable summary of future predictions on the dynamics and trends that are likely to develop. It is by no means, however, a book that serves the purpose as described by its title. It is not written from a corporate finance/valuation perspective and it has little content on valuation methodologies and their appropriateness for different companies. It could really use a couple of in depth examples of valuing a major with segmenting the valuation of upstream, downstream oil as well as gas activities. I would definately recommend it to someone who has had very little industry knowledge, but don't expect to learn oil & gas company valuation.