|16th Sept 2011|
Ok so we have to do 2 different forecasts here, one for the smaller investing consortiums and one for the larger, one point to note is infrastructure will be created over a number of years, and profits from “Give Half Back” (Company tax) will also contribute to infrastructure costs, I have used a ratio of approximately 66% initial investment 33% “Give Half Back” funds.
Just to explain why different consortiums have different investment prices please consider what we are looking to achieve; technological and network superiority in that sector, internal trade agreements, collective purchasing and excellent PR. Basically the future of every industry.
Now in Travel that is worth under a Trillion Dollars a year, but oil’s yearly turnover will be more, not only this, unlike travel where, there are hundreds of thousands of serious players, in oil there are probably less than 50.
One hundred thousand small players can afford the minimum $16B total industry consortium investment and so $4B infrastructure investment. Oil companies however have a lot more money to start of with and seeing as we are talking about the future of energy, its well worth them bidding higher, not necessarily for what they get now, but what they will receive in the future from Science City.
The Share purchase option prices in http://www.s-world.biz/Spartan_Theory/How_much_investment_will_Science_City_in_New_Sparta_Yield.htm will change depending on the path of approach, if an Oil company gets to me before facebook, they will get a cosy $4B option, pro rata land but still 25% of the dividend’s where the others pay at least $16 Billion for the same (all be it they get more land).
This said, if a deal with facebook, Google, Microsoft or Apple is made beforehand, the price goes up, and up and up. See the paper Order of Approach
First let’s look at a $4Billion investment, and then have fun with a $16Billion dollar investment. I’m looking forward to seeing Oil city in a Virtual World, I’m not fussed who programs it or what they call it, if it’s about New Sparta it’s S-World.
Oil City is a good a place to start as any. So let’s get to the basics.
$4.5 Billion, but just to be safe $6,000,000,000
from the initial Investment, 2 Billion from “Give Half Back”
(50% tax on New Oil City company profits)
1. My current favourite New Sparta luxury city improvement idea is “The Rain Forrest Theory” at $6 Billion. The theory being based on the hanging gardens of Babylon, one of the 7 wonders of the world. If they could create a manmade wonder of that magnitude in those days, what’s to stop us from doing the same now?
We will study
desalination and wind, solar and hydro energy and create a self powered
desalination plant capable of creating a hundred Giga litres of water,
enough to ensure cities like Sydney and Adelaide will never run out of
water. That’s a lot.
for the alternate energy desalinisation plant, and upkeep for 8 years.
It will of course also become an interest point for visitors, again increasing desirability and so increasing property values, and as such a good investment and I’d hope something the Greek Citizens will be proud of.
Cost from $4 Billion.
3. Artificial/reclaimed Beaches
Costs from $2 Billion
4. Winter Skiing
Cost from $4 Billion
5. University Super Hospital
Costs from $2 Billion
6. An International
Airport (Not available in all Cities)
7. Underground System
Cost from $2 Billion
Billion + 3Billlion (reallocation of infrastructure allowance of 25% on
amounts over $4B per partner goes to Network City Infrastructure.)