State Taxation of Other Energy Minerals Compared with State Taxation of Geothermal Resources

Comparisons of state taxation on the energy minerals (coal, oil shale, uranium, oil, and natural gas) to that of geothermal energy in six western states (California, New Mexico, Utah, Idaho, Nevada, and Oregon) are given for planning economics of geothermal resource development. Separate sections include: property taxes; severance taxes; corporate franchise; income and excise taxes; oil and gas production or conservation taxes. An appendix of geothermal resources and by-products definitions is included and tax charts are arranged by state and by type of tax. (PCS)

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Citation Date 1977-11-01T00:00:00

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Original ID 6CEE2883ADB64C73AC957D8C0ED554C9
Index Date 2016-03-17T21:00:35
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Name Wagner, S.C.
Organization Geo-Heat Center, Oregon Institute of Technology, Klamath Falls, OR (USA)
Email geoheat@oit.edu

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North Bound 85.4117929
South Bound 5.5613
East Bound -4.04
West Bound 177.14