The Fiscal Regimes, tax rates and other levies on hydrocarbons vary greatly between countries. In many cases they vary widely even on a state by state basis or even on specific assets. Other times certain assets will have a fiscal regime or a production sharing agreement (PSC) at lower levels due to historic reasons, while those assets which are the result of more recent licensing rounds are likely to be on a far less generous offering from the government. Evaluate Energy tracks and aggregates the Fiscal Regimes and oil and gas fiscal models of countries worldwide, below is a cut down example of the type of information offered. Full subscribers have full access to all the data at no extra cost.
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|Production Sharing Contract||Cambodia’s fiscal regime is in the early stages of development and the Petroleum Regulation, 1991 (which was a PSC type) is viewed as out of date The draft Petroleum Law anticipates PSCs made up of income tax (30%), bonuses, royalties, cost recovery and profit sharing.|