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Oil and gas prices appear to be stabilizing, which may allow for growth; power and utility will continue with cleaner-burning resources.
After the ban was lifted on oil and natural gas exports from the U.S., private equity started looking for opportunities amid global challenges
Meril Markley, senior director within international tax, explains the issues and describes common corporate and tax law misunderstandings.
A tax court case provides expanded deduction of geological and geophysical expenses for taxpayers that do not own oil and gas interests.
RSM commentary on expatriate issues within the energy industry; a report from the Worldwide ERC conference in Houston
IRC Section 907 and the limitations that apply to foreign tax credits generated by foreign oil and gas income and foreign oil related income.
New guidance updates begun construction dates and safe harbors for claiming renewable electricity production tax credit.
Extending certain energy tax credits was excluded from the 2015 PATH Act. An attempt to include these items in FAA bill has been derailed.
Valuing leveraged loans in the oil and gas sector.