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Characterisation and Taxation of Cross-Border Pipelines

This book provides an in-depth analysis of characterisation and taxation of pipelines, including the PE issue, allocation of income and the hierarchical ranking of sources.
 
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Characterisation and Taxation of Cross-Border Pipelines

Why this book?

A cross-border pipeline is probably one of the most complex assets to be found, as it can cross several borders and boundaries or even be laid in transit states. Such a unique and complex asset creates very intricate tax issues. This study offers an in-depth discussion of the principal questions: How is a cross-border pipeline currently characterised according to the OECD Model Tax Treaty and its Commentaries? How is income from a cross-border pipeline allocated between the states involved and does the OECD’s authorised “functional separate entity approach” apply to income from pipelines?

The issues relating to the characterisation and taxation of cross-border pipelines are uncertain, unresolved, inconsistent and unpredictable. No common international approaches for the characterisation and taxation of pipelines exist. Moreover, the fact that the OECD Model Tax Convention and its Commentaries sometimes suggest different definitions of an income or asset without giving clear recommendations does not make the situation any clearer. This lack of uniformity potentially creates significant risks for governments and the petroleum industry.

Characterisation and Taxation of Cross-Border Pipelines provides a comprehensive analysis of the issues related to the taxation of cross-border pipelines. It offers solutions to the various tax issues that a cross-border pipeline might raise. The book concludes by recommending changes to the OECD Model Tax Treaty and its Commentaries to reduce uncertainty, avoid double taxation or less than a single taxation, and establish a more common international approach for the characterisation and taxation of cross-border pipelines and their allocation.
 

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Dr Olsen wrote this book as a Research Fellow at the Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy (CEPMLP) at the University of Dundee in Scotland. Knut Olsen has done 10 years of study and research in the fields of taxation, law and economics, and has 30 years experience as a tax practitioner, tax partner, head of global tax, business adviser and lecturer. He is currently an adjunct professor, lecturing in international taxation, and a global tax adviser with Knut Olsen Global Tax Consultant in the United Kingdom and Norway. 
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