Proven and probable (2P) reserves associated with University Field have a discounted present value (PV10) of $39,918mm as of a October 1, 2011 reserve summary prepared by University Field Management LLC.
What does DPV stand for?
DPV stands for Discounted Present Value (finance)
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We have 76 other meanings of DPV in our Acronym Attic
- Delivery Point Validation (USPS system)
- Delivery Point Verification
- Département de la Protection des Végétaux (French: Department of Plant Protection)
- Desert Patrol Vehicle
- Deutscher Petanque Verband (German: German Petanque Association)
- Diesel Powered Vehicle
- Differential Pressure Valve
- Differential Pulse Voltammetry (AfterMath)
- Direct Payment Voucher
- Direction de la Prospective et de la Veille Scientifique et Technique (Directorate of Forecasting and Scientific and Technical Intelligence)
- Diver Propulsion Vehicle
- Doppler Predict Voltage
- Doubs Paintball Village (Doubs, France)
- Drill Press Vise
- Drug Profile Viewer (eHealth Ontario; Canada)
- Dry Pipe Valve (fire sprinkler systems)
- Duty Paid Value (economics)
- Dynamically Positioned Vessel
- Dayton Philharmonic Volunteers Association (Dayton, OH)
- Delayed Potentials of Ventricular Activation (coronary heart disease)
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The company said that it has completed an internal valuation of the new property, located in its core Hunton Resource Play, using recent forecast pricing at a 10 percent discounted present value of approximately $46 million.
6 million (the discounted present value of his remaining share).
The discounted present value of the ground lease payments, inclusive of fee acquisition costs through the anticipated option closing date of September 2021, is $110 per SF.
Now, the "Club Med" countries can raise capital at much lower interest rates, which has elevated the discounted present value of their stock markets.
28 billion, in nominal terms, during the first five years after introduction of the new coin and would average about $456 million per year, in real discounted present value terms, over the assumed thirty-year life of the $1 coin.
Hence, the price of a Ferrari is the discounted present value solely of the transportation services.
Most people concede that market value or discounted present value are essentially the same in initial measurement.