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Proposed Treasury regulations offer guidance on transferring IRA green credits with significant limitations on how credits will be treated for certain taxpayers.
The law, which takes effect Sept. 1, 2023, offers greater clarity for Bitcoin mining companies that use stranded and flared natural gas to power their operations.
Those applying for the Qualifying Advanced Energy Project Credit must use the DOE eXCHANGE portal. It is now open for business. Contact Weaver if you have questions.
The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, includes a number of the renewable energy tax provisions originally contained in the Build Back Better Act.
Tune in for a discussion on motor fuels taxation dynamics and insight on a constitutional challenge to the federal oil spill liability tax.
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims held that the blends of butane and gasoline would not be eligible for the alternative fuel mixture credit.
During this on-demand webinar, Weaver professionals focus on tax topics specific to energy businesses. Watch now.
On March 24, 2022, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals found the federal oil spill tax under IRC Section 4611(b) unconstitutional when imposed on exports of crude oil from the United States.
Join Weaver’s tax professional for a discussion and overview of motor fuels tax.
What tax planning strategies should you consider? How does tax planning affect your business and you individually? Tune in and hear from our presenters on what’s staying the same, what could change and the tax planning strategies for 2021 and 2022. Tax Reform and Planning Update Watch on-Demand During this on-demand webinar.
“Flowback services” used to transition an oil and gas well to production after hydraulic fracturing are taxable as equipment rentals under the Texas Administrative Code.
The Biden administration has proposed to repeal a number of tax provisions that encourage direct investment in oil and gas properties as a way to offset the costs of extending and expanding clean energy tax provisions.
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