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Fiscal incentives for marginal fields: the Dutch model


Fiscal incentives for marginal fields: the Dutch model

Report summary

The collapse in oil price has raised concerns over the development of marginal fields and the under-utilisation of infrastructure in mature oil and gas regions. We assess the impact of the Dutch Marginal Fields Tax incentive implemented in 2010. The incentive covers 16 fields that add 17 bcm of gas, over €700 million in value to companies, and €825 million in direct government take.

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  • Executive Summary
  • A success for marginal fields in the Netherlands
  • Value added for companies and the Dutch State
  • Value impact
  • Conclusion
  • Economic Assumptions

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

  • Executive Summary
  • A success for marginal fields in the Netherlands
    • Production increase from marginal fields
  • Value added for companies and the Dutch State
    • Effect of incentive on field IRR
  • Value impact
    • Incentive impact on BASE case value
    • Change in value under different price scenarios
  • Conclusion
  • Economic Assumptions
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