This financial feasibility model template in Excel allows you to determine the financial feasibility of a new gas station project and figure out the financing structure.
The financial model includes revenues from various sources including different types of gas sold, a supermarket, a repair shop and a car wash station. Sales revenues are linked to the amount of gas sold wich allows to run different scenarios to build a better understanding on the business case. Profit on gas sales is calculated by using the spread on a per gallon/liter basis between gasoline purchases and sales. The assumptions are then used in a condensed version to build up the expected financial statements such as income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow statement.
An overview of the financial model template is provided here:
The highlights of the financial model template are the following:
- Detailed operating model for gasoline sales volumes by gas type
- Rent/Build Scenario – Gasoline station can either be bought (CAPEX expense required) or rented (rent expenses)
- Revenues for a supermarket, repair shop or car wash station are linked to the gasoline sales (which is an indicator of the traffic the gasoline station receives)
- Debt schedule with 3 layers of financial debt
- Three Statement Model with projections for the Income Statement, Balance Sheet and Cash Flow Statement
- Forecast of the main financial ratios
- Free Cash Flow forecast
- NPV and IRR calculation (levered and unlevered)
- Uses and sources of Funds table
- Return calculation for two types of investors (Founders and Investors)
This financial model template allows you to obtain a detailed understanding about the economics of your gas station business and investment case.
The financial model is available in two versions in Excel and as PDF Previews:
- 5 Year Forecast only
- No sensitivity tables
- 10 Year Forecast
- Monthly Forecast and Budgets for the first 3 years
- Break-even analysis
- Sensitivity tables, Easy Scaling Factors for Key Value Drivers and Tornado Diagram