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Taxation of Canadian oil and gas income

Joseph B. Katchen

Taxation of Canadian oil and gas income

by Joseph B. Katchen

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Published by R. DeBoo in Don Mills, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Petroleum -- Taxation -- Law and legislation -- Canada.,
  • Natural gas -- Taxation -- Law and legislation -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJoseph B. Katchen and Robert W. Bowhay.
    ContributionsBowhay, Robert W., Katchen, Joseph B.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (loose-leaf) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20730517M
    ISBN 100888202474
    OCLC/WorldCa16045887

    • Profits and income tax payments mirror the price of oil. In when the price was low, the industry paid just $ million in federal and state income taxes. In , with the real price of oil averaging over $63 per barrel, the industry paid a record $37 billion in corporate income taxes. • Excise tax collections have grown :// Oil & gas lease bonuses are considered rental income and are taxed at the same ordinary income tax rates as royalties (see tax rates/brackets above). Compare the lease bonus to the other s you receive for producing royalties and you’ll see the income is reported in a different box (Box 1 vs. Box 2). /royalty-taxes/oil-gas-mineral-and-royalty-income-taxes.

    Thorough, in-depth treatment, expert analysis of the issues, laws, regulations, cases and rulings that govern federal income taxation of operations involving minerals other than oil and gas. Includes detailed coverage of: • Prerequisites to and computation of the depletion deduction • Mineral properties and aggregations • Exploration and development expenses • Depreciation, investment   Is Revenue from Oil Companies for Land Lease Taxable? 17 August Despite the precipitous decline in oil prices, or maybe because of it, farmers and land owners are increasingly being approached by oil companies for access to their properties for exploration of oil and natural gas

    Canadian Royalty Trust - CANROY: An oil, gas or mineral company that is organized as a trust rather than as a traditional corporation. The CANROY does not physically operate the oil, gas or   The United Nations Handbook on Selected Issues for Taxation of the Extractive Industries by Developing Countries (the Handbook) is a response to the


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Taxation of Canadian oil and gas income by Joseph B. Katchen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Table of contents 4 Preface 5 Introduction 5 Canada’s oil and gas industry 6 The tax environment 7 About this book 7 Glossary 7 Cross-references 7 Index 8 Overview of the Canadian tax regime 8 Oil and gas activities 8 Forms of organization 9 Income taxation 11 Capital gains 11 Utilization of losses 11 Tax administration 12 Filing requirements and tax payments 12 Corporations Additional Physical Format: Online version: Krukowski, John V., Canadian taxation of oil and gas income.

Don Mills, Ont.: CCH Canadian, ©   @article{osti_, title = {Canadian oil and gas taxation}, author = {Watkins, C and Scarfe, B}, abstractNote = {The taxation of Canadian oil and gas production has occasioned significant conflict between the federal government and the provinces, which own most of the petroleum resources.

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Highlights for the new edition include: New amortization rules for Major Integrated Oil Companies provided in the Tax Increase Prevention and  › Books › Business & Money › Taxation. Guide to oil and gas taxation in Canada Canadian tax regime – New investors in the Canadian oil and gas industry will be interested to learn about the tax regimen in the Canadian oil and gas industry.

Taxes imposed by any particular government are crucial to the viability of an oil and gas project. in addition to the taxes on income From the acquisition of the mineral rights, to the exploration and development of the property, to the ultimate production of the mineral, there are unusual and challenging tax aspects along every step of the way.

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Updated and revised by noted oil and gas taxation authority and educator, Patrick A. Hennessee, Ph.D., CPA, and Sean P. Hennessee, JD, this detailed Framework for investing in the Canadian oil and gas sector. Oil and gas taxation in Canada summarizes the main features of how Canadian oil and gas operations are taxed by the Canadian government and primarily the provincial governments of Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland and ://   Oil and gas taxation in the United States Deloitte Taxation and Investment Guides1 Summary The principal U.S.

taxes and rates applicable to companies in the oil and gas extraction business are: • Federal Income Tax 35% (top rate) • Federal Alternative Minimum tax (AMT) 20% • Federal Withholding Tax * o Dividends 30% o Interest 30% /Energy-and-Resources/   Oil and gas taxation in CanadaDeloitte taxation and investment guides 1 Summary The taxes which companies doing business in Canada in the oil and gas industry are generally subject to are: • Federal Corporate Income Tax 15% • Provincial Corporate Income Tax (Varies by Province) 10% to 16% • Crown Royalties Up to45% /Energy-and-Resources/   The rate of the surcharge for oil and gas corporations is % for all oil and gas wells with a finished drilling date on or after October 1, and for incremental oil related to new or expanded enhanced oil recovery projects commencing after October 1, The rate for all other oil and gas production is 3%   KPMG in Canada– A Guide to Oil and Gas Taxation in Canada THE TAX ENVIRONMENT The taxes imposed by any particular government are crucial to the viability of an oil and gas project.

Too high a tax burden can make a project uneconomic, even though the project has excellent oil and gas prospects :// /kpmg/pdf//03/   Under a typical oil and gas farm-out agreement, one party (the “farmor”) has an interest in certain lands, either as a lessee or as the owner.

Another party (the “farmee”) agrees to drill a test well on the lands to the contract depth, complete the well and then equip, cap or abandon the well (“exploratory work”) in exchange for a Canadian Resource Taxation.

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Don Mills, Ont.: CCH Canadian, © Details and specs: Introduction to Resource Taxation in Canada is an introductory guide to the taxation of the Canadian resource industry. The authors of the definitive reference work, Canadian Resource Taxation, have written this convenient portable volume to provide a straightforward overview of taxation of the Canadian mining, oil and gas, and renewable energy resource ://   @article{osti_, title = {Taxation of oil and gas revenues: the United States}, author = {Verleger, Jr, P K}, abstractNote = {The taxation of producers of natural resources in the United States is accomplished by a combination of ordinary-income taxation and ad valorem or severence taxes on the removal price of the resource.

Taxes are imposed by both the federal and local :// Tax Treatment of Royalties. Workers who earn wages or salaries pay income taxes to the federal government by having an employer withhold a portion of their pay to cover their tax liability.

The Internal Revenue Service imposes taxes on many other types of income that which may not be subject to income tax withholding. Oil and Gas Handbook Manual Transmittal. Decem Purpose (1) This transmits revised IRMOil and Gas Industry, Oil and Gas Handbook.

Material Changes (1) Updated Oil and Gas Industry Overview, IRM including a description of the oil and gas well drilling industry and international :// This incentive, which is commonly known as the "depletion allowance," excludes from taxation 15% of all gross income from oil and gas wells.

This special advantage is limited solely to small. An essential reference written for oil and gas tax professionals and other practitioners in various natural resource industries.

The current Edition covers vital tax and reporting practices and procedures, considers changes and updates relative to the IRS, and deals with many recent developments regarding conveyances, joint operations, and complex partnership issues; guidance related to  › Books › Business & Money › Industries.

PBCs are corporations whose principal business is directly related to one or more mining or oil and gas activities. Taxation of Canadian Investment Abroad Branch Income.

When a Canadian resident’s foreign operations are conducted through a branch, the branch's income is included in the resident's taxable income in ://“ Canadian oil and gas property expense other than property that is a debt the amount of which was deducted under section in computing the taxpayer’s income for a taxation year that ended before that time, except for the purposes of Chapter VI of Title VI of Book III,