Application of the Net Present Value Profile to Anaconda Mining
Peter Bell ()
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The idea of the NPV Profile, which shows how the net present value of a project changes over the life of the project, can be used in applied settings. For example, it can be used in situations where significant changes are made to the life-of-mine plan for a gold mine. This paper presents such an example with a description of engineering changes required to achieve the change in the mine plan based on the current situation facing Anaconda Mining, a publicly-traded gold mining company in Canada.
Keywords: Moving NPV; Mine Planning; Engineering Economics (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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