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Is new tax law enough to launch West Canadian LNG?


Is new tax law enough to launch West Canadian LNG?

Report summary

There are two main elements to the new tax regime: a tax on income from liquefaction activities that starts at 1.5% then increases to 3.5%, eventually rising to 5% from January 2037.  Secondly, a tax credit equal to 0.5% of the cost of natural gas at the inlet to the LNG plant that can be used to reduce the BC rate of corporate income tax from 11% to 8%.

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