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  1. 1. Oil and Gas Legal Issues PresentationGroup Members: Stephanie Polykarpou, Thelys Stamatelis, Lianqiu WANG, Quan Ke
  2. 2. Theme:“Choosing between Production SharingContracts, Joint venture and Service Contractspresents formidable intellectual challenges asto optimal and legal drafting considerations.Critically discus citing typically clauses andrisk issues that may arrive”.
  3. 3. Content Introduction Joint Venture Product Sharing Contract Service Agreement Conclusion
  4. 4. Introduction Definition of the “Contract ” Definition of the “Oil and Gas Contract” Types of The Oil and Gas Contract Cut-in Angles of the Oil and Gas Contract• Concerns of the Contractual ClausesCurrently• Contracts Forms vs. Revenue Sharing
  5. 5. Joint Ventures Background1. Definition2. Reasons to choose the JV
  6. 6. Joint Venture Upstream Downstream Capital Supply Chain Intense Optimization Market Position Risk Concerntrate Regulation requirement Access to Resources Political Sensitive or Energy Security Access to Technology
  7. 7. Development of the JVPast Current Future
  8. 8. Joint Venture Types of JV1. Full assets JV2. Full business JV3. Market Alliance
  9. 9. Special Clauses in JointVenture Financial/Capital Management of Partners Taxes
  10. 10. Production SharingAgreements1. In 1960s Indonesia proclaimed PSCs as the main type of contract in the oil and gas industry.2. Nowadays more than 40 countries use this type of contract.3. The state is usually represented by the government or by a National Oil Company
  11. 11. Production SharingAgreementsCharacteristics.• Exploration remains with thegovernment• State has managerial role• IOC responsible for costs• Profit oil is divided between thecontractor and the state
  12. 12. Production SharingAgreements5. Certain clauses:• Tax• Contract duration and commerciality6. In such contracts there always aresome risks:• The host state does not own any risksat all• But.. the intervention of the law• The host state also incurred somedisadvantages.
  13. 13. Service Contract The background of Service Contract The type of service contract Risk service contracts(Rsc )and Pure service contracts (Psc) Differences between Rsc and Psc
  14. 14. Service contract Service Contract Pure Service Contract (PSC) Risk Service Contract (RSC) Ownership Control Risk Ownership Control RiskForeign Oil No No No No No Exploration CompanyHost State Full Full All Risks Full Full All Risks
  15. 15. conclusion JV vs. Service contract JV vs. PSC
  16. 16. References Outlines of the Presentation of Dr. Irina Paliashvili, the President of the Russian-Ukrainian Legal Group at the Seminar on the Legislation on Production Sharing Agreements, September 14,1998 Kirsten Bindemann, Production Sharing Agreements: An Economic Analysis, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies WPM 25, October 1999 Centre for Energy Economics, Bureau of Economic Geology, Jackson School of Geosciences the University of Texas at Austin Bake and Makenzie, Production Sharing Contracts: Implications for Pre- Salt Development in Brazil Dr Ingilab Ahmadov, Contracts and Revenue sharing mechanisms- an international perspective, Public Finance Monitoring Centre (Baku), 5-6 February 2009, Jenic Radon, The ABC of Petroleum Contracts: Licences-Concessions Agreements, Joint Ventures, and Productin Sharing Agreements, 70
  17. 17. ….references Talal Al-Emadi Joint Venture Contracts among current Negotiated Petroleum Contracts (2004) Bindemann ̧ supra note 15, at 11, (“oil exploration and development can only be conducted by virtue of one of several forms of contracts granted either by the government or its NOC”). With respect to the type of remuneration, the payment can be regarded as profit or fees. The 
method of the remuneration, on the other hand, is either a percentage of the production (in kind) or fixed amount (cash). D. Johnston Production Sharing Agreement‟ cEnTrE For PETrolEum min. l. & Pol‟y. 1, 1–68 (1994). M Sa Riberio, The New Oil and Gas Industry in Brazil: An Overview of the Main Legal Aspects 36 TEx. inT‟l. l. J. 141, 143–65 (2001). Michael Likosky, Contracting and regulatory issues in the oil and gas and metallic minerals industries (2009) Omorogbe, Y. (1997). The Oil and Gas Industry: Exploration and Production Contracts. Lagos: Malthouse Press. Page 60-67 Neto, J.S.C. (1985). „Risk-bearing service contracts in Brazil”, Journal of Energy and Natural Resources Law 3: 114. Smith, E.E. (1991-2). “From concessions to service contracts”, Tulsa Law Journal, 27, p. 493. Smith, E.E., Dzienkowski, J.S., Anderson, O.L., Conine, G.B., Lowe, J.S. and Kramer, B.M. (2000). International Petroleum Transactions. Colorado: Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation (2nd edition).
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