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20 August 2015

Fiscal systems for oil in North America

Report summary

From Alaska to Washington DC and from Alberta to Newfoundland, fiscal terms for oil are under review. Legislators are keen to maximise the state / province's share of revenue but don't want to deter investors. They want their terms to be 'fair' and 'competitive' but, as we explain, comparing fiscal systems in North America is a particularly complicated undertaking.

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Tables and charts

This report includes 15 images and tables including:

  • Figure 1: Government dependence on oil and gas income
  • Figure 2: Recent fiscal changes and reviews in North America
  • Figure 3: Federal share of total state land and share of oil production (2013) on federal leases
  • Figure 4: Impact of royalty / severance tax in a low price environment
  • Figure 6: Marginal share of oil revenue (assuming maximum state royalty rates)
  • Figure A1.1: Fiscal terms for oil in North America
  • Fiscal systems for oil in North America: Table 1
  • Fiscal systems for oil in North America: Table 2
  • Fiscal systems for oil in North America: Table 3
  • Fiscal systems for oil in North America: Image 12
  • Figure 5: Conventional oil royalty rates in Alberta
  • Figure A2.1 Distribution of 2014 US oil production by state
  • Figure A2.2 Growth in US oil production by state (2009=100)
  • Figure A2.3 Distribution of 2014 Canadian oil production by province
  • Figure A2.4 Growth in Canadian oil production by province (2009=100)

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