This course explains how the Texas sales and use tax and well servicing tax rules apply to the oilfield services industry from beginning to end. We start with seismic work to discover reservoirs. We then discuss the phases of drilling and completion. From there, we cover work done in producing fields and in workover. We end with plugging and abandoning. At every phase, we explain both the nature of the work done and how the Texas tax rules apply.
*Seismic and Site Work
*Drilling and Completion
*Operating Producing Fields
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Jimmy Martens is a trial and appellate attorney who specializes in challenging Texas franchise and sales tax assessments during audits, in administrative hearings, and in the state courts of Texas. He is the course instructor for TXCPA’s statewide courses on the Texas franchise (margin) tax and the Texas sales & use tax. He is also a CPA and board certified in Tax Law. He may be reached by e-mail at email@example.com and by phone at 512-542-9898.
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