Tolley's International Taxation of Upstream Oil and Gas Third edition
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Why should you buy Tolley's International Taxation of Upstream Oil and Gas Third edition
This title sets out the significant international tax issues for upstream oil and gas operations, and with an emphasis on tax risk management and related tax planning. Readers will develop skills in identifying tax exposures and opportunities, managing tax negotiations, and applying tax planning solutions.
The book is intended to benefit accountants, lawyers, economists, financial managers and government officials, and is the first choice for new starters in upstream oil and gas taxation.
The book serves as a great introduction to international tax issues relating to upstream oil and gas, enabling the reader to analyse and understand new situations and circumstances.
This third edition explains recent key developments, including the changes in United States upstream oil and gas taxation, the implementation of the OECD Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) measures, and the application of the 2017 OECD Transfer Pricing Guidelines, together with related practical case study examples.