The potential for use of modern asset pricing methods for upstream petroleum project evaluation

Laughton, David G.
January 1998
Energy Journal;1998, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p149
Academic Journal
Discusses efforts to refine and expand Modern Asset Pricing methods. Single commodity price models; Computational issues; Aggregation issues; Project political risk.


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