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    A company is drilling a series of new wells. About 20% of the new holes will be dry. Even if they strike oil there is uncertainty about the amount of oil produced. 40% of new wells only produce a 1000 barrels a day; 60% produce 5000 barrels a day

    forecast the annual cash revenues from a new perimeter well. Use a future price of $15.00 per barrel

    an employee proposes to discount the cash flows of the new wells at 30% to offset the risk of dry holes. The company has a normal cost of capital of 10%. Does this make? If so explain

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    A company is drilling a series of new wells. About 20% of the new holes will be dry. Even if they strike oil there is uncertainty about the amount of oil produced. 40% of new wells only produce a1000 barrels a day; 60% produce 5000 barrels a day

    forecast the annual cash revenues from a new perimeter well. Use a future oil price of $15 per barrel.

    First, you need to calculate the ...

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