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Fiscal changes trim value expectations in Kurdistan


Fiscal changes trim value expectations in Kurdistan

Report summary

Since 2007, the Kurdistan Regional Government has acted to secure a higher share of revenue from its future oil and gas production, by imposing additional fiscal demands on companies. In order to limit erosion of project value companies will need a clear strategy when entering contract negotiations.

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  • Executive Summary
  • The growth of Kurdistan as a producing region
  • Seeking a ‘fair share’ of revenues
  • Erosion of project value for companies
  • Capacity building payments are here to stay
  • Tricky choices for participants
  • The risk of further value erosion
  • Appendices
    • Cash Flow
    • Discount Rate & Date
    • Inflation

In this report there are 4 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive Summary
  • The growth of Kurdistan as a producing region
  • Seeking a ‘fair share’ of revenues
    • Capacity building payments* for PSC participants
    • Government share and capacity building payments of total revenues for selected projects
  • Erosion of project value for companies
    • Effect of a range of capacity building payments on remaining value, for a typical model field
    • Effect of capacity building payment on remaining project value (by company and field)
  • Capacity building payments are here to stay
  • Tricky choices for participants
  • The risk of further value erosion
  • Appendices
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