Revenue Analysis, Apportionment and Hedging (RAAH)
RAAH is an easy-to-use analytical tool designed to help crude oil producers and oil asset buyers and sellers to evaluate their producing and developing oil field projects based on varying production forecasts, different price assumptions and in a wide range of royalty, cost recovery, profit sharing and tax regimes.
RAAH is not based on any one specific country’s petroleum legislation, but includes the components of the production sharing contracts that are encountered repeatedly around the world- royalty paid in cash or in kind, cost recovery, profit sharing with the government or NOC, petroleum tax and corporation/profit tax.
This software allows the user to tailor the analysis to its own situation by inputting appropriate assumptions for each project. This encourages the user to focus on the assumptions it is making about the project and highlights the consequences if these assumptions turn out to be wrong.
RAAH provides a template to evaluate up to 20 separate oil field projects over a 20-year period, divided into calendar quarters, based on different:
- production forecasts;
- benchmark prices and price differentials;
- royalty in kind or royalty in cash assumptions;
- cost recovery status, i.e. whether or not “payback” of exploration and development costs has been achieved;
- annual government caps on cost recovery;
- government or national oil company profit-sharing percentages;
- petroleum tax assumptions; and,
- corporation or profit tax assumptions.
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1 licence: £950.00 plus VAT (if applicable) for a 12 months period.
2-5 licences: £750.00 per licence plus VAT (if applicable) for a 12 months period.
6-10 licences: £550.00 per licence plus VAT (if applicable) for a 12 months period.
If you require more than 10 licenses – please contact us via our Contact Us page. We accept credit cards via PayPal (and you DO NOT need a PayPal account), UK cheques, BACS and SWIFT – you can select your payment option at checkout. In the case of SWIFT – please check out and select ‘Cheque’ payment and we will contact you with SWIFT details. Thank you.
Once we can confirm receipt of your payment, a member of the Consilience team with email you a temporary password, along with your username.
Once logged in, you will then be able to change your password to one of your choosing.
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