Economic Analysis. Projected cash flows and economics are based on amounts for the calendar years beginning July 1, 2020 through the end of mine life in 2031. The level of accuracy of the estimate is considered ±10%. The following economic analysis includes Measured and Indicated Mineral Resources, which have been converted into Mineral Reserves. The economic model is presented on an unlevered, post-tax, present value (PV) basis. Valuation estimates presented in this technical report should be adjusted for existing LGJV current liabilities, receivables and long-term indebtedness.
Economic Analysis. The economic analysis is presented on an unlevered, post-tax, present value (PV) basis. Valuation estimates presented in this technical report should be adjusted for existing LGJV current liabilities, receivables and long-term indebtedness. Economic results are summarized in Table 22-2. The analysis suggests the following conclusions, assuming no gearing: · Mine Life: 11 years; · Pre-tax present value (PV5.0%): $764 million; · Post-tax present value (PV5.0%): $653 million; · Taxes Paid: $148 million; and · Sustaining project capital of $267 million Net Smelting Return $ 214.04 2,058,579 La Cuesta Royalty as of June 2020 $ (1.50 ) (14,415 ) Mine, Surface, and G&A $ (83.58 ) (803,835 ) Sustaining Capital Costs — (267,330 ) Cash Flow — 978,867 PV5.0% — 764,690 Cash Flow — 830,653 PV5.0% — 653,166
Economic Analysis. In preparation for the Charrette, Strategic Economics will evaluate Monterey County’s historic and projected household and employment growth trends in order to understand the types of households and industries that are projected to experience short- and long-term growth. Strategic Economics will look at the implications of these trends for the types and phasing of new development that can be expected at Fort Ord. The market overview will also consider preliminary place-making and design strategies to increase residential and commercial market demand to be captured at Ford Ord, such as designing pedestrian-friendly, transit- accessible districts with a minimum amount of local-serving retail and services so that residents and workers can easily access their daily needs on foot or bicycle. Strategic Economics’ experience in other regions has shown that population and employment growth modeling methods and results can vary significantly among sources. For example, economic and demographic projections from commercial vendors like Woods & Poole are often more closely tied to employment growth than projections generated by many regional councils of government (COGs). Accordingly, Strategic Economics will compare alternative demand forecasts, such as projections produced by the Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments (AMBAG), California Employment Development Department (EDD), and/or Woods & Poole. The analysis will also evaluate historic and projected employment by industry in order to understand which sectors of the economy are expected to grow, and implications for the potential phasing of office, retail, and other commercial development at Fort Ord. In addition, Strategic Economics will consider the sources of potential housing demand in Fort Ord, including existing Monterey County residents forming new households, new households moving to the County to live and work there, retirees, second home buyers, and commuters to Silicon Valley.
Economic Analysis. This comes from the financial analysis and the cash flow table in order to determine the standard methodology for the three steps required to produce the final table in the economic analysis. Economic analysis must include: • Tax/subsidy adjustments; • Corrections due to the influence of external factors (externalities); • Determination of converters (correction factors) (for instance the conversion of market prices into accounting prices and thus the integration of benefits and costs in society). This analysis focuses on how to calculate costs and benefits from a societal perspective and how these can affect to the results. It provides a guide on how to calculate the economic rate of return and helps us understanding its economic significance in the project evaluation This methodology is particularly effective when costs and benefits cannot be expressed in monetary terms. Address the various possible situations where the rate of return is too low as a decisive indicator, and therefore an in-depth analysis and presentation of key factors needs to be made. In the case of the PlastiCircle approach, consider, for example, scenarios with low citizen engagement, difficulties to access the required technologies, issues with collecting materials or transportation routes, and so on. These losses or problems may result on a negative net present value that cannot be specifically defined in numbers but can be predicted by the project evaluator. To compensate that, this analysis needs to include also the sustainability impact of the project. For example, assuming that this analysis shows a negative net present value of EUR 1 million at a 5% discount rate, the project evaluator anticipates that the project could be financed from the Funds, as it “has significant positive effects on the environment” which cannot be expressed in money. Compare the alternative solutions to treat plastic waste with PlastiCircle, illustrating with tables and graphs so as to facilitate the decision-making process. When the costs and benefits for each competing alternative have been discounted, compare and rank the discounted net value (discounted benefit minus discounted cost) of the competing alternatives. The option with the lowest costs and highest benefits is clearly the best alternative. Define and investigate how sensitive PlastiCircle would be to different variables, such as the positive or negative changes that can directly affect costs and benefits whose definition is not straightfo...
Economic Analysis. Project cost estimates and economics are prepared on a monthly basis for the calendar years 2017 through 2032, including two years of closure. Based upon design criteria presented in this report, the level of accuracy of the estimate is considered ±15%. The following economic analysis includes Measured and Indicated Mineral Resources, which have been converted into Mineral Reserves.
Economic Analysis. Key economic trends will be explored and tools identified to enhance business opportunities and encourage new development along the Halsey Corridor.
Economic Analysis. It shall be an Initial Contingency that Buyer review and approve, in its sole and absolute discretion, all economic, financial and accounting matters relating to or affecting the Property or its value, including without limitation the costs of converting the Property for use as an office building.
Economic Analysis. Building on the findings from the pre-charrette market overview, Strategic Economics will evaluate the potential impact of the design guidelines on the development feasibility of different building types. Depending on the level of effort desired by FORA, this analysis could take the form of a qualitative assessment based on developer interviews and an evaluation of recent development projects, or a quantitative pro forma analysis testing the financial feasibility of different residential and commercial building types (e.g. small lot single-family, single family attached, townhouses, 4-5 story apartments, local- and regional-serving retail, and/or medical office). Strategic Economics will use the findings from the feasibility analysis to recommend strategies for achieving the fiscal, economic development, and other goals that FORA, the cities, and other land use authorities have set for the base reuse process. Strategic Economics will also assist in the creation of an implementation strategy that considers the extent to which new development can be expected to cover the cost of basic infrastructure, place-making, affordable and workforce housing, and other needed improvements, and identifies other potential sources of funding and financing as required. In addition, analysis in the form made popular by Peter Katz will be performed. This analysis will compare different development patterns and the return they bring to a municipality.