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Parker C. Fielder
2019 Oil and Gas Tax

Hear from leading members of the oil, gas and energy tax community—including senior government officials, IRS staff, corporate energy and tax counsel, and members of the energy tax bar—at the 15th Biennial Parker C. Fielder Oil and Gas Tax Conference. This nationally recognized event is a unique collaboration between The University of Texas School of Law and the Chief Counsel’s Office of the IRS, and provides an exchange of views and perspectives between the private sector and the Service. The 2019 program features a sophisticated array of presentations, panels, and discussions on current energy taxation issues, including: Keynote Presentation by IRS Chief Counsel, Michael J. Desmond. An Opening Presentation on The International Outlook for Upstream Activities. In depth discussion on Capital Cost Recovery. An analysis of choosing business entities after the TCJA 2017. Select domestic tax issues: The Evolving Partnership Audit Rules; 1031 Issues; plus the Section 45Q Tax Credit. International tax issues: Continuation of FTC Issues; plus GILTI, FIDII and the BEAT: Planning in a Post-Tax Reform World A look at significant trends in oil and gas transactions and financing in the oil and gas industry Changes and Developments in IRS Examinations and Appeals 1 hour Ethics on select ethical issues for tax professionals more

2019 Live Conference coming up Nov 21 in Houston. Info and registration »
2019 Materials expected available 3-5 weeks from conference date.



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Parker C. Fielder
2017 Oil and Gas Tax

Join leading members of the oil, gas and energy tax community—including senior government officials, IRS staff, corporate energy and tax counsel, and members of the energy tax bar—at the 14th Biennial Parker C. Fielder Oil and Gas Tax Conference. This nationally recognized event is a unique collaboration between The University of Texas School of Law and the Chief Counsel’s Office of the IRS, and provides an exchange of views and perspectives between the private sector and the Service. The 2017 program features a sophisticated array of presentations, panels, and discussions on current energy taxation issues, including: An Opening Presentation on The Global Energy Challenge and How the U.S. Fits Keynote Presentation by IRS LB&I Commissioner, Doug O’Donnell In depth discussion on Capital Cost Recovery An analysis of Oil and Gas Investment Vehicles, including price and profitability issues and tax reform issues Select domestic tax issues: Partnership Allocation Issues, plus Tax Issues for Distressed Companies International tax issues: Current Issues in International Tax for the General Practitioner; in-depth discussion of International Tax Planning Issues; and International Compliance Hot Topics in Oil and Gas Tax A discussion on the latest developments and impacts of LB&I’s campaign audit strategy on the energy sector 1 hour Ethics on recent developments in the area of the regulation of tax practice and tax ethics Multiple networking opportunities, including the Thursday Evening Attendee Reception If your work involves energy taxation law or finance, don’t miss this exceptional educational and networking event. more




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Parker C. Fielder
2015 Oil and Gas Tax

Join a nationally recognized faculty and members of the oil, gas and energy tax community—including senior government officials, IRS staff, corporate energy and tax counsel, and members of the energy tax bar—at the 13th Biennial Parker C. Fielder Oil and Gas Tax Conference. This event is a unique collaboration between The University of Texas School of Law and the Chief Counsel’s Office of the IRS and provides an exchange of views and perspectives between private sector and the Service. more




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Parker C. Fielder
2013 Oil and Gas Tax

This Parker C. Fielder Oil and Gas Tax Conference is a unique collaboration between The University of Texas School of Law and the Chief Counsel’s Office of the IRS: it provides an exchange of views and perspectives between private sector and the Service. The 2013 program opens with a sophisticated look at the reemergence of a domestic oil and gas industry including the effect of shale plays on the domestic energy market, and continues with presentations, panels, and discussions of current energy taxation issues including: Capital Cost Recovery: Expenses, Credits and Section 199, plus Tangible Assets and Environmental Remediation Oil and Gas Farmout Transactions: Planning for the Key Tax Issues in the Lifecycle of the Trade Domestic Tax Issues: Oil and Gas Tax Fundamentals, plus Like Kind Exchanges in the Energy Industry International Tax Issues: Foreign Tax Credit Issues for the Oil and Gas Industry, plus Transfer Pricing in the Oil and Gas Industry Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs)  Current Issues, Pitfalls and Best Practices Involving Audits, Controversies and Dispute Resolution for Taxpayers in the Oil and Gas Industry The program also features: IRS Chief Counsel William J. Wilkins with the keynote luncheon presentation, Current Issues in Tax Administration Hank Gutman, former Chief-of-Staff for the Joint Committee on Taxation and head of the Federal Tax Legislative and Regulatory Services (LRS) group at Washington National Tax, delivering the keynote presentation on Business Tax Reform: What Happens Next? An hour of ethics credit: Ethics: Disclosing and Protecting Information, Responding for Information, Reporting Mistakes, and Related Practice Issues more



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2011 Oil and Gas Tax

Join a nationally recognized faculty and an audience of more than 400 members of the oil, gas and energy tax community—including senior government officials, IRS staff, corporate energy and tax counsel, and members of the energy tax bar—at the 2011 Parker C. Fielder Oil and Gas Tax Conference. The conference takes place October 27-28, 2011, at the Omni Houston Galleria. This event is a unique collaboration between the University of Texas School of Law and the Chief Counsel’s Office of the IRS: it provides an exchange of views and perspectives between private sector and the Service. The 2011 program opens with a sophisticated overview of shale gas plays and production, including technology, economics, business and regulatory issues, and continues with presentations, panels and discussions of current energy taxation issues including: •    Capital Cost Recovery panel moderated by Thomas Evans •    Current Issues and Trends in Acquisitions and Dispositions of Oil and Gas Properties •    Current Partnership Tax Issues in the Energy Industry •    Building Blocks of Oil and Gas Taxation: The Economics and Taxation of Production Payments; and       Like-Kind Exchanges in the Energy Sector •    International Energy Tax: Foreign Tax Credit Issues; and Transfer Pricing •    Latest Techniques and Trends to Resolve an LB&I Audit The program also features: •    IRS Chief Counsel William J. Wilkins delivering the keynote luncheon presentation on       Current Developments in Tax Administration •    An hour on Ethics and Professional Responsibility Issues with Office of Professional Responsibility       Director Karen L. Hawkins, and Emily A. Parker •    A special awards presentation honoring R. Richard Coston of Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P.,       Thomas Crichton IV of Vinson & Elkins LLP, and Keith M. Jones, Industry Director of Natural Resources &       Construction-LMSB for the IRS, for their outstanding service and achievement in oil and gas taxation If your work involves energy taxation law or finance, you won’t want to miss this exceptional educational and networking event. more



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2009 Parker C. Fielder Oil and Gas Tax

UT Law School and the Chief Counsel's Office of the IRS present the 10th Biennial Parker C. Fielder Oil and Gas Tax Conference, named in honor of Parker C. Fielder, a leading natural resource taxation scholar and professor of law at the University of Texas School of Law. This event provides a unique opportunity for law practitioners to meet and interact with their counterparts at the IRS who handle oil, gas and energy tax matters. Hear from Karen Hawkins, OPR Director, on Professional Responsibility and Ethics Issues, and Steven Miller, Commissioner of LMSB, on the future of corporate tax administration. Key issues to be discussed include capital cost recovery, state of the industry, commodity pricing, dealing with the IRS from pre-filing to post-appeals, and more. more



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2007 Oil and Gas Tax

A joint production of the UT Law School and the Chief Counsel’s Office of the IRS, this biennial event provides a unique opportunity for law practitioners to meet and interact with their counterparts at the IRS handling oil, gas and energy tax matters. Over 200 members of the oil and gas section of the IRS will be present, including technical advisors of the petroleum industry, revenue agents of the Natural Resources and Construction industry, members of the Appeals Division, the Chief Counsel and the Natural Resources Industry Counsel. Key issues to be discussed include domestic and international tax issues; partnership issues; recent litigation and compliance issues; and more. more



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2005 Oil and Gas Tax

A joint production of the UT Law School and the Chief Counsel’s Office of the IRS, this biennial event provides a unique opportunity for law practitioners to meet and interact with their counterparts at the IRS handling oil, gas and energy tax matters. more



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2003 Oil and Gas Tax