John Bradford’s article “Tax Planning for Oil and Gas Joint Operations”, originally prepared for the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation’s 2016 Special Institute on Joint Operations and the New AAPL Form 610-2015 Model Form Joint Operating Agreement, has been selected for publication by the University of North Texas Institute of Petroleum Accounting in its Petroleum Accounting and Financial Management Journal. Part 1 of the article appears in the 2017 Spring, volume 36, no. 1 edition, while part 2 will follow in the 2017 Summer edition.
This article has become a key resource for those structuring oil and gas joint operations (such as farmout transactions) from a business and tax perspective and for those petroleum accountants who are charged with reporting the financial and tax accounting results of such operations. Click here to view the article as prepared for the RMMLF Institute.
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