Fair Market Value to Fair Value reconciliation in Machinery and Equipment Appraisals

Fair Market Value (“FMV”) is a proposed opinion of value of an asset, supported by sound research and generally accepted valuation methods, that could be received in the market. Whereas Fair Value (“FV”) is the realized value of a piece of equipment upon the actual sale of an asset. In Machinery and Equipment appraisals (“M&E”), [...]

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Oil & Gas Valuation Techniques in a Dynamic Commodity Pricing Environment

April 5, 2018 Author: Daniyal Inamullah, CFA Exploration and production (“E&P”), commonly referred to as the ‘upstream’ portion of the energy industry value chain, includes activities related to the exploration, exploitation, and production of certain oil and gas resources. The process to value companies that operate in this portion of the oil and gas industry [...]

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