Financial Modeling in Oil And Gas
Oil and gas financial modeling is the practice of building a Net Asset Value (NAV) model for an energy project or asset. The task is to forecast cash flow for each of a company’s major projects to estimate the value of an exploration and production (E&P) segment, which is referred to as the “upstream” category of oil and gas businesses.
Finance professionals who wish to pursue careers in the oil and gas industry need to gain solid knowledge on how to develop, review, and analyze financial models. Certification is highly beneficial for finance professionals in the energy sector, as well as analysts and associates in investment banks.
The training usually covers topics such as financial statement modeling, sensitivity analysis, valuation, funding mechanics, M&A modeling, as well as operational and investment metrics.