How More Energy Taxes Would Affect You
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America’s oil and natural gas industry currently returns more than $86 million to the federal treasury every day, pays taxes at far higher effective rates than most other industries, and is one of few industries that have created jobs throughout the economic downturn.
Increasing taxes on the industry would push oil and natural gas investment overseas and diminish job-creation and economic activity here at home. After just a handful of years, we would see less domestic energy production – particularly of natural gas – more imports, fewer new jobs, and, eventually, depressed tax, royalty and other revenues.
This 15-minute presentation by Stephen Comstock, director of tax and accounting at American Petroleum Institute, will discuss how higher industry taxes would affect domestic production of oil and natural gas, diminish job growth and lessen many investment portfolios.
A 15-minute Q&A will follow the presentation.
Wednesday, March 13, 2012
11:00 to 11:30 a.m. MST
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The New Mexico Energy Forum
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