Contracts for Petroleum Development - Part 2
Monday, 27 October 2008 , Written by « World Bank »   

 Petroleum contracts are long and complex. Production sharing agreements, the type of contracts being signed in Cambodia, are no exception. However, they are important to the country’s future economic and development options and hence it would be helpful if the public had a basic understanding of how these contracts work and, in particular, how government revenues are determined. This briefing note, part 2 of a three-part series, describes the terms used in defining payments made by petroleum companies and the order in which they are paid.

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