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Kyrgyzstan upstream fiscal summary

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04 July 2018

Kyrgyzstan upstream fiscal summary

Report summary

The government has defined the fiscal terms that could be applied in a Production Sharing Contract (PSC) or joint venture (concessions) in legislation. Most PSC terms were covered under Decree 308 (1993). Certain fiscal terms have been negotiated to provide beneficial treatment of the KPC joint venture, and it is generally accepted that foreign investors and joint ventures can negotiate substantial tax privileges. The Production Sharing Contract (PSC) terms are negotiable, although a...

Table of contents

  • Basis
  • Licence terms
  • Government equity participation
    • Ring fencing
    • Bonuses, rentals and fees
    • Indirect taxes
    • Royalty
    • Corporate income tax
    • Product pricing
    • Summary of modelled terms
  • Recent history of fiscal changes
  • Stability provisions
  • Split of the barrel and share of profit
  • Effective royalty rate and maximum government share
  • Progressivity
  • Fiscal deterrence

Tables and charts

This report includes 15 images and tables including:

  • Timeline
  • Timeline details
  • Split of the barrel - oil
  • Split of the barrel - gas
  • Share of profit - oil
  • Share of profit - gas
  • Effective royalty rate - onshore , oil and gas
  • Maximum government share – onshore, oil and 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
  • Bonuses, rentals and fees
  • Indirect taxes
  • Assumed terms by location

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