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UK advances shale gas fiscal incentives

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26 July 2013

UK advances shale gas fiscal incentives

Report summary

The shale gas potential of the UK is attracting attention, with Centrica’s recent high profile entry into the Bowland Basin and eye catching gas-in-place estimates of over 1,000 tcf.  In July 2013, the UK government proposed a new shale gas fiscal incentive in a bid to support the nascent sector and industry has also proposed compensation for local communities hosting shale gas.

Table of contents

  • Executive Summary
  • Introduction
  • Fiscal and regulatory advances will benefit companies and communities
  • The proposed pad allowance mechanisms
  • Potential scenarios
    • Outlook
    • Appendix
      • Economic Assumptions

Tables and charts

This report includes 3 images and tables including:

  • Comparison of different UK fiscal scenarios for low, base and high case model pad projects
  • UK advances shale gas fiscal incentives: Image 1
  • Model Assumptions