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Algerian fiscal reform - increased value, added complexity


Algerian fiscal reform - increased value, added complexity

Report summary

The new Algerian hydrocarbon law came into force in March 2013. It includes fiscal reforms and tax breaks aimed at invigorating exploration and provides a framework for future development of unconventionals. The new terms add fiscal complexity, with taxes and royalties varying according to location, rate of production, plateau production rate, capital spend and profitability. Nevertheless, in the majority of cases they offer higher returns than the previous law, and current operators with,

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  • Executive summary
  • Offering incentives
    • Law 13-01
  • Increased complexity
    • Excessive profits get ‘skimmed'
    • Some benefits for (some) current operators
    • Unconventionals remain a challenge
    • Regulation
  • Modest progress
  • Appendix A – Algeria fiscal zones
  • Appendix B – Analysis project details
  • Appendix C – Unconventional project inputs

In this report there are 11 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive summary
  • Offering incentives
  • Increased complexity
    • Algerian fiscal reform - increased value, added complexity: Table 1
    • Algerian fiscal reform - increased value, added complexity: Table 2
    • Project* NPV sensitivities
    • Ahnet project economics
    • Ain Tsila project economics
    • Project economics of a model 500 bcf shale gas development
  • Modest progress
  • Appendix A – Algeria fiscal zones
    • Algerian fiscal reform - increased value, added complexity: Image 5
  • Appendix B – Analysis project details
    • Gas projects
    • Oil projects
  • Appendix C – Unconventional project inputs
    • Base Case
    • High Case
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