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1 Midland Case Team 1 Jacob Bills Kari Kraus Marcus Ravisankar Gurusamy

2 Midland Company Introduction Midland Energy Resources: a global energy company with operations in –Oil and Gas Exploration (E&P) searching for potential underground or underwater oil and gas fields, drilling of exploratory wells, and subsequently operating the wells that recover and bring the crude oil and/or raw natural gas to the surface.crude oilnatural gas –Refining & Marketing (R&M) Gasoline and base-stock lubricants –Petrochemicals Polyethylene, polypropylene, styrene, olefins, aromatics, and fuel and lubricant additives

3 Current Problem One set of Corporate and divisional cost of capital values published by Ms. Mortensen are utilized for multiple purposes such as: –Capital budgeting and Financial accounting –Performance assessments –Merger & Acquisition proposals –Stock-repurchase decisions Cost of Capital Estimates by Ms. Mortensen were often criticized and challenged (for assumptions and inputs) by division presidents and controllers Ms. Mortensen identified the need for a ‘user’s guide’ to interpret and use the cost of capital estimates appropriately to address the above issues

4 Risk-Free Rate

5 Equity Market Risk Premium

6 Equity Beta for the Company

7 Cost of Equity for the Company

8 Debt Beta for the Company

9 Cost of Debt for the Company

10 CALCULATING THE COST OF CAPITAL FOR MIDLAND Description of item/componentSymbolValueUnit Midland’s Equity Market Value on 12/31/06 from Exhibit 5E134,114million USD Midland’s Net Debt on 12/31/06 from Exhibit 5D79,508million USD Midland’s Total Market Value on 12/31/06V213,622million USD Weight for the cost of debtD/V0.3722N/A Weight for the cost of equityE/V0.6278N/A Midland's Income Before Taxes in 2006 from Exhibit 1EBIT30,447million USD Midland's Corporate income Taxes in 2006 from Exhibit 1 11,747million USD Midland's Corporate Tax RateT38.58%N/A Cost of Debtrd N/A Cost of Equityre N/A COST OF CAPITAL FOR MIDLANDWACC0.00% Cost of Capital for the Company

11 Weights for the cost of capital for the Exploration & Production Division

12 Equity Beta for the Exploration & Production Division

13 Cost of Equity for the Exploration & Production Division

14 Debt Beta for the Exploration & Production Division

15 Cost of Debt for the Exploration & Production Division

16 Cost of Capital for the Exploration & Production Division

17 Issues with case data No strong rationale presented for why some overseas projects were analyzed based on cost of equity (vs WACC) If the corporate investments in these overseas projects were specifically made from equity only, then this makes sense

18 Backup Slides

19 Equity Market Risk Premium From StockVal on April 10, 2007 EMRP in Y-axis; 2006 range >4% to ~5%, supports the 5% used by Midland in 2006 Years 1972 – 2007 in X-axis

20 Presentation Requirements Company Presentation Instructions: You will prepare a PowerPoint presentation. Each member must play some role in relaying the data of the case as this is part of your overall assignments grade. You will start with a brief introduction of the company and the current problem Ms. Mortensen is facing. Please use spreadsheet solutions to show how you arrived at calculations. You should address each of the questions in the case, numbered You are tasked to cover only the company cost of capital and not any divisional costs. You should also answer the 2nd of the in-class discussion questions.


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