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Indonesia Upstream Oil and Gas Fiscal Regime Profile:Covers Petroleum Regulations and Taxation for Explorations and Production Assets Product Image

Indonesia Upstream Oil and Gas Fiscal Regime Profile:Covers Petroleum Regulations and Taxation for Explorations and Production Assets

  • ID: 515888
  • March 2008
  • Region: Indonesia
  • 14 pages
  • Global Markets Direct

Indonesia Upstream Oil and Gas Fiscal Regime Profile:Covers Petroleum Regulations and Taxation for Explorations and Production Assets

- Global Market Direct’s Indonesia Oil and Gas Fiscal Regime Profile is an essential source for fiscal information relating to oil and gas assets in Indonesia. The report covers the petroleum fiscal environment, license terms and key fiscal terms for assets. It provides detailed descriptions of various elements of the geography’s fiscal regime. It also gives an understanding of its petroleum regulations and the framework of opportunities available to the players in the industry.
Report Coverage

- Information on the geography’s fiscal environment, license policies and fiscal terms specific to the upstream oil and gas assets.
- Analysis of fiscal environment in terms of the governing law, licensing authority, contract type and state participation.
- The licensing terms for both exploration blocks and oil and gas fields.
- A sample calculation detailing how fiscal terms apply to a typical asset in the regime.
- Detailed information on key fiscal terms (such as rents, bonuses, royalty, cost recovery, profit oil, petroleum and corporate taxes) pertaining the geography (where applicable).

Why Buy?

- Provides the most up to date information available relating to the geography’s fiscal regime.
- Understand the geography’s policies and fiscal terms, and their impact on contractor’s profits from upstream oil and gas assets.
- Evaluate the attractiveness of the geography for oil and gas investment in the light of government policies and the fiscal environment.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 2
1.1 List of Tables 4
1.2 List of Figures 4
2 Introduction 5
2.1 Global Markets Direct Report Coverage 5
2.2 What Is This Report About? 5
2.3 How To Use This Report 5
3 Indonesia Petroleum Fiscal Environment 6
3.1 Governing Law 6
3.2 Licensing Authority 6
3.3 National Oil Company 6
3.4 Contract Type 6
3.5 State Participation 7
4 License terms 8
4.1 Exploration 8
4.1.1 Area 8
4.1.2 Duration 8
4.1.3 Relinquishment 8
4.1.4 Exploration obligation 8
4.2 Production 8
4.2.1 Area 8
4.2.2 Duration 8
5 Key Fiscal Terms 9
5.1 Royalty 9
5.2 First Tranche Petroleum (FTP) 9
5.3 Bonuses 9
5.4 Investment Credit 9
5.5 Cost Recovery 9
5.6 Profit Sharing 10
5.7 Taxation 10
5.8 Deductions and Depreciation 10
5.9 Withholding Tax 11
5.10 Ring Fence 11
5.11 Domestic Market Obligation 11
6 sample cashflows calculations 12
7 APPENDIX 13
7.1 Methodology 13
7.2 Definitions 13
7.2.1 Units of Measure 13
7.2.2 Definition 13
7.3 Contact Us 14
7.4 About us14
7.5 Disclaimer 14

1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Indonesia, Crude Oil and Natural Gas, Investment Credit, 2007 9
Table 2: Indonesia, Crude Oil and Natural Gas, Cost Recovery, 2007 10
Table 3: Indonesia, Crude Oil and Natural Gas, Profit Oil/Gas , 2007 10
Table 4: Indonesia, Crude Oil and Natural Gas, Depreciation Rates,2007 11

1.2 List of Figures
Figure 1: Indonesia, Upstream Oil & Gas Fiscal Regime (PSA), Sample Cashflows, 2005-2016 12

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