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Steam Cycle and Rankin Cycle Project Finance Model Template (Financials Tab) – free demo

April 17th, 2016 Posted in power generation

Steam Cycle and Rankin Cycle Project Finance Model Template (Financials Tab) – free demo

This is the latest project finance model template (financials tab or worksheet) that your energy technology selection expert has developed for the steam cycle and Rankin cycle power generation technology using a variable of energy sources and fossil fuels such as  oil thermal (bunker oil) and gas thermal (natural gas). Familiarize with the template and if interested, get the full unlocked version for your immediate use. I can also provide data input service or customize further the model.

Among the oldest and most versatile power generation technology is based on the steam cycle, also called the Rankin cycle, which consists of a heating source to convert a liquid such as water into saturated steam or superheated steam to drive a steam turbine, and recover the spent steam in the condenser to be pre-heated in a steam drum and then converted to steam in a boiler and superheated further in the super heater of the Rankin cycle.

The project finance model contains the following worksheets, including the Financials template for developing your own financial model:

1) Cover sheet

2) Inputs & Assumptions (model inputs and summary outputs)

3) Tariff Breakdown summary

4) Sensitivity Analysis (contains tax and incentives regime table and sensitivity run summary)

5) Construction Period calculations

6) Operating Period calculations

7) Financials summary

8) Asset Base FIT calculation

The complete template is found in the Financials worksheet and contains the step-by-step calculations done in a project finance model. It contains the following major sections:

a) Income statement

b) Retained Earnings and Capital

c) Base Construction Cost Breakdown (and projected cost breakdown if construction and commercial operation is delayed)

d) Funds Drawdown and Financing Cost during Construction

e) Sources and Uses of Funds During Construction in US$

f) Sources and Uses of Funds During Construction in Local Currency

g) Evolution of Balance Sheet Accounts (receivables, payables, inventory, input VAT, output VAT, acquisition of capital costs of depreciable and non-depreciable items, debt and equity drawdown, local debt and foreign debt amortization schedule, debt service reserve fund, recovery of VAT on imported equipment, monetization of initial working capital at end of life)

h) Cash Flow statement (from operations, investing and financing, net cash flow for period, beginning and ending balances)

i) Balance sheet (assets, liabilities, equity)

j) Equity returns (IRR, NPV, PAYBACK) – e.g. 30% equity and 70% debt

k) Project returns (IRR, NPV, PAYBACK) – e.g. 100% equity and 0% debt

l) Levelized Tariff and Generation Cost

m) Levelized Cost Breakdown of Electricity Price

n) Debt Service Cover Ratio (DSCR)

o) Benefits and Costs Analysis Ratio (B/C Ratio)

p) Financial Ratios (liquidity ratios, solvency ratios or leveraged ratios, efficiency ratios, profitability ratios, and market prospect ratios)

Download the sample models below to see and appreciate this complete template for building a project finance model from scratch.

adv-fuel-oil-thermal-model3-demo5 – fuel oil (bunker oil) fired oil thermal technology 600 MW

adv-natgas-thermal-model3-demo5 – natural gas thermal 200 MW

A write-up on oil thermal (steam cycle, Rankin cycle) power generation technologies is also attached for further understanding on this technology.

Oil Thermal

Better, email me if you are interested to obtain the full-version (unlocked):

energydataexpert@gmail.com

Email me now with this Discount Voucher #1005 and get a 50% discount on the list price (USD 1,600 per model) for a net price of USD 800 per model.

You can secure the basic template model and if you need further assistance, we can provide data input service, customization service, and sensitivity analysis and summary write-up.

Cheers,

Your energy technology selection expert and project finance modeling expert

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