Mexico Costero Project Panorama – Oil and Gas Upstream Analysis Report 2016 – Research and Markets

April 25, 2016

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DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “Mexico Costero Project Panorama – Oil and Gas Upstream Analysis Report” report to their offering.

This upstream report includes detailed qualitative and quantitative information on the asset, provides a full economic assessment and reflects several parameters including (but not limited to) geological profile, asset development and specific challenges. Based on this analysis, future outlook for the asset is presented with possible trends and related scenarios identifying upside/downside potential.


– Overview of the asset based on an analysis of the economic indicators

– Key financial indicators including Net Present Value and Internal Rate of Return

– Review of factors affecting the economic outcome of the field including development overview, geology, challenges, reserves and production with qualitative perspective on of the overall assets life with Our analysis on the asset’s future outlook

– Detailed production profile for the asset, giving annual output rates for each commodity produced

– Cash flow statements from our economic analysis of the asset including capital expenditures, operating expenditures and tax liability

– Individual valuations for equity holders

– Sensitivity analysis for asset value considering a range of factors

Key Topics Covered:

1 Tables & Figures

2 Project Panorama

3 Project Update

4 Outlook

5 Asset Summary

6 Development Overview

7 Geology

8 Challenges

9 Reserves and Production

10 Economic Analysis

11 Appendix

List of Tables

Table 1: Project Details

Table 2: Participation Overview

Table 3: Key Valuation Metrics

Table 4: Asset Valuation Metrics

Table 5: Cash Flow Summary

Table 6: State Take Summary

Table 7: Production Summary

Table 8: Production Data

Table 9: Project Cash Flow

List of Figures

Figure 1: Annual Cash Flow

Figure 2: Full Cycle Expenditure And Revenue Split

Figure 3: Remaining Expenditure And Revenue Split

Figure 4: NPV Sensitivity

Figure 5: Percentage NPV Difference

Figure 6: Production

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Category: Oil & Gas