The sensitivity analysis of main factors of IPC’s cash flow and its comparison to Buy back contracts case study: Darkhowein field
In this article the rate of return (ROR) and risk factors faced by international oil company (IOC), in IPC contract of Darkhowein oil field is modeled. For this purpose, we analyze the IPC contract specific risk factors that can contribute to a reduction in the rate of return for the international oil company including oil price, production level, capital cast, operating cost, and remuneration. The results of the cash flow risk analysis show the impact of these factors on the contractor's rate of return on IPC contracts is not significant in comparison to Buy-back contracts. The most important risk factor in Buy-back contracts is capital cast, which affects a large part of the contractor's returns, but in these contracts, this risk has been significantly reduced due to the government's additional compensation. In general, according to the results, it can be said that in IPC contracts, the contractor's return rate has not been heavily influenced by risk factors, and therefore the risk of the international oil company has fallen in these contracts.
Article Type:
Research/Original Article
Journal of Iranian Energy Economics, Volume:8 Issue:29, 2019
171 - 193  
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