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Cash Flow Calculation?



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By dquinton

Posted: Monday Oct 31 9:25:50AM 2005

If you want a very accurate number it is very company specific due to operating costs, netbacks, production mix (heavy oil has big discount), debt, amortization, etc. Very roughly if you run with a cash flow netback of $21 to $25/boe multiplied by 365 days multiplied by anticipated production, divided by number of shares you will get a number that will likely be fairly close.

By RzDan

Posted: Monday Oct 31 2:41:37AM 2005

When trying to calculate cash flow based on anticipated production numbers given by a company what calculations do you use? How do you account for the "Items not involving cash" from the cash flow statement? What formula are you using to come up with the most accurate cash flow projection if you have an idea of what the future production output will be. Any info would be appreciated, thanks.

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