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Bahamas upstream fiscal summary

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Report summary

All licensed acreage in the Bahamas is governed by a concessionary fiscal regime with a straight-forward tax/royalty system.  Following the Macondo disaster in the US Gulf of Mexico, the Government of The Bahamas, in August 2010, imposed a suspension on all drilling and licensing activity.  This is to allow it to evaluate its environmental standards and to ensure that the lessons learned from Macondo are fully incorporated in future operations.  It is not known at this stage what potential...

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This report includes 20 images and tables including:

Tables

  • Royalty rates
  • Timeline detail
  • Effective royalty rate - shelf and deepwater, oil and gas
  • Maximum government share - shelf and deepwater, oil
  • Maximum government share - shelf and deepwater, gas
  • Bonuses, rentals and fees
  • Indirect taxes
  • Assumed terms by location - oil
  • Assumed terms by location - gas

Images

  • Executive summary: Image 1
  • Current licence, equity and fiscal terms: Image 1
  • Timeline
  • Split of the barrel - oil
  • Split of the barrel - gas
  • Share of profit - oil
  • Share of profit - gas
  • State share versus Pre-Share IRR - oil
  • State share versus Pre-Share IRR - gas
  • Investor IRR versus Pre-Share IRR - oil
  • Investor IRR versus Pre-Share IRR - gas

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