To determine the market value for industrial assets, an understanding of the market environment, technical and operating risk factors, and ongoing capital requirements is often required.
Clients that rely on our expertise in asset valuation include municipal taxing authorities, plant owners and operators, financial institutions, insurance companies, and legal firms involved in disputes over the value of oil and gas assets.
Our valuations are prepared for a variety of purposes, including market values for ad valorem taxes, fair values in mergers and acquisitions, and insurable values. We also value collateral for financing, asset transfers, and bankruptcy re-organization.
We’re in the weeds, so you reap the fruit
Our asset valuation experts often work closely with and advise financial teams on a wide range of technical and economic issues that impact various segments of the energy industry. Such issues may include:
- The current economic and market outlook
- Anticipated margins in the industry being assessed
- Operating costs and cost drivers
- Sustaining maintenance/regulatory capital requirements
- Regulatory factors
- Comparative values
- Future feedstock availability
- Depreciation factors
- The cost of capital
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