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Gestiunea durabila a resurselor si regimul fiscal aplicabil operatiunilor petroliere

Mihai Antonescu () and Ligia Antonescu ()
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Mihai Antonescu: Universitatea Spiru Haret
Ligia Antonescu: Colegiul National Economic Gheorghe Chitu

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No 2009/155, Papers from Osterreichish-Rumanischer Akademischer Verein

Abstract: Petroleum agreements concluded to carry out petroleum operations and the concession of the needed assets provide measures to reduce environmental impact, to remedy the damage and also institute a provision for the abandonment of the perimeter at the end of the concession, with completion of environment regeneration programs and thus restoring it as agricultural or forest land. These measures were taken in order to ensure compliance with legislation on environment protection and water management within the perimeters under concession. The holders of petroleum agreements that were granted the right to carry out petroleum exploitation operation or operation of pipelines that constitutes the National oil transport system or operating State’s oil terminals owe oil royalties to the state budget.

Paper: http://ccefa.spiruharet.ro/materiale/dder.pdf

Keywords: petroleum; royalties; agreement; environment; oil reserves (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: A11 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 8 pages
Date: 2009-12-12
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