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How Should Shale Gas Extraction Be Taxed?1

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Source: How Should Shale Gas Extraction Be Taxed?

Volume/Issue: 2017/254

Series: IMF Working Papers

Author(s): Philip Daniel , Alan Krupnick , Thornton Matheson , Peter Mullins , Ian Parry , and Artur Swistak

Publisher: INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

Publication Date: 16 November 2017

ISBN: 9781484328491

Keywords: shale gas; environmental risks; corrective taxes; liability; fiscal regime design; simulated projects; marginal effective tax rates, shale gas, environmental risks, corrective taxes, liability, fiscal regime design, simulated projects, marginal effective tax rates, Government Policy, Environmental Economics: Government Policy

This paper suggests that the environmental and commercial features of shale gas extraction do not warrant a significantly different fiscal regime than recommended for conventional gas. Fiscal policies may have a ro...

How Should Shale Gas Extraction Be Taxed?

How Should Shale Gas Extraction Be Taxed? »

Volume/Issue: 2017/254

Series: IMF Working Papers

Author(s): Philip Daniel , Alan Krupnick , Thornton Matheson , Peter Mullins , Ian Parry , and Artur Swistak

Publisher: INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

Publication Date: 16 November 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5089/9781484328491.001

ISBN: 9781484328491

Keywords: shale gas; environmental risks; corrective taxes; liability; fiscal regime design; simulated projects; marginal effective tax rates, shale gas, environmental risks, corrective taxes, liability, fiscal regime design, simulated projects, marginal effective tax rates, Government Policy, Environmental Economics: Government Policy

This paper suggests that the environmental and commercial features of shale gas extraction do not warrant a significantly different fiscal regime than recommended for conventional gas. Fiscal policies may have a ro...