India offers fiscal incentives to boost exploration

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  • Understand the implications of the India's oil and gas policy reforms as announced on 28 February by the government
  • Get a detailed breakdown of the changes that will apply from OALP IV round onwards, including a deep dive into the numbers
  • Could we see growing investor appetite in future licensing rounds?

27 August 2019

India offers fiscal incentives to boost exploration

Report summary

On 9 April, the Indian government clarified that the upstream policy reforms announced on 28 February will apply from the OALP IV round onwards. The policy reforms aim to incentivise exploration across the country and include the following key items: • Categorisation of sedimentary basins by maturity • Tiered royalty incentives to encourage faster project execution • Abolishment of government revenue share for emerging or frontier basins and introduction of windfall gain revenue sharing • Capped government revenue share bids with less weighting • Gas marketing and pricing freedom for all new gas discoveries.

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This report includes 6 images and tables including:

  • Government share comparison under OALP III and OALP IV terms
  • Royalty incentives by location
  • Windfall revenue sharing
  • Windfall revenue sharing
  • Contractor revenue share under different bidding strategies
  • Bid criteria – OALP rounds

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