TITLE

Valuation of International Oil Companies

AUTHOR(S)
Osmundsen, Petter; Asche, Frank; Misund, B�rd; Mohn, Klaus
PUB. DATE
July 2006
SOURCE
Energy Journal;2006, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p49
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
According to economic theory, explorution and development of new oil and gas fields should respond positively to increasing petroleum prices. But since the late 1990s, stock market analysts have focused strongly on short-term accounting return measures, like RoACE, for benchmarking and valuation of international oil and gas companies. Consequently,, exaggerated capital discipline among oil and gas companies may have reduced their willingness to invest for future reserves and production growth. Based on panel data for 14 international oil and gas companies for the period 1990 2003, we seek to establish econometric relations between market valuation on one hand, and simple financial and operational indicators on the other Our findings do not support the general perception of RoACE as an important valuation metric in the oil and gas industry. We find that the variation in company valuations is mainly explained by the oil price, oil and gas production, and to some extent reserve replacement.
ACCESSION #
21559864

 

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