Oil and Gas Taxation

Venue: Crowne Plaza - The City

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: May 09, 2011 End Date/Time: May 10, 2011
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“Over the last 40 years the UK has developed into one of the world's major oil production countries. Successive administrations have developed a fiscal regime which encourages companies to explore for and develop the nation's oil and gas reserves whilst aiming to ensure that an appropriate share of the benefits accrues to the UK economy as a whole. Although the North Sea is a relatively high cost production area, its high quality crude oil, political stability, and proximity to major European consumer markets have allowed it to play a major role in world oil and gas activity.

The structure of the oil industry in the North Sea is also changing. Once dominated by the oil majors, there has in recent years been a steady divestment of North Sea assets by these groups and the increasing involvement of comparatively smaller oil companies.”

Source: HMRC

SMi’s Taxation in Oil and Gas conference will provide the oil and gas industry a platform in which to discuss and dissect the key issues and crucial developments facing taxation in oil and gas. The leading authorities on tax will provide expert insight and thorough debate providing you with all the information and tools necessary to tackle the changing fiscal landscape.

Benefits of Attending:

Update your knowledge on taxation in the oil and gas industry and all the key developments over the last 12 months

Learn through firsthand accounts and unmissable case studies the key to profitable accounting

Evaluate the latest trends and developments in the industry

Discover what the future holds post-recession and with a changing fiscal landscape

Network with all the key personnel in the oil and gas taxation sector