Whether oil and gas markets are up or down, oil and gas transactions require strategic tax planning. The slides linked below introduce buyers and sellers of energy assets, and other investors in the energy sector, to frequently used corporate transaction structures and some of the fundamental federal tax considerations associated with such structures. The federal tax consequences associated with each of these structures vary, and those considering buying, selling or investing in energy assets should consult their tax advisors in order to fully understand and best navigate the myriad options available. 

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Tax Considerations in Corporate Deal Structures
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