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Coal severance taxes

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. Subcommittee on Energy and Power.

Coal severance taxes

hearings before the Subcommittee on Energy and Power of the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, House of Representatives, Ninety-sixth Congress, second session, on H.R. 6625, H.R. 6654, and H.R. 7163 ... March 21 and June 5, 1980.

by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. Subcommittee on Energy and Power.

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

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  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Coal -- Taxation -- Law and legislation -- United States.,
    • Severance tax -- Law and legislation -- United States.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF27 .I5542 1980g
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 418 p. :
      Number of Pages418
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4239167M
      LC Control Number80603727

        This week I decided to take a look at the Coal and Oil and Gas severance tax from two different Coal Field elected officials, Delegate Rupie Phillips D-Logan and Senator Art Kirkendoll D- Logan. The two elected officials are from the same county but have completely different views on cutting severance tax for the coal industry.   But an alarming pattern has emerged in the past decade, especially in coal country: Several companies are not paying their taxes on time. known as a severance tax.


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Coal severance taxes by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. Subcommittee on Energy and Power. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Coal Severance Tax. While not every county in West Virginia produces coal, all counties receive a severance tax paid by the coal industry.

This additional tax on coal is collected by the State Tax Commissioner and transferred into a special fund within the State Treasurer's Office. Seventy-five (75%) of the net proceeds is distributed to coal. Book Description: This Bureau of Mines report summarizes State severance taxes imposed on minerals and mineral fuels, provides a hypothetical example of how a State severance tax affects selected components of a firm's income statement, and uses the Bureau's Minerals Availability System (MAS) to estimate the effect of assumed changes in State severance tax rates on copper recovery cost at.

The tax is imposed at two rates, depending on whether the coal is from underground (deep) or surface mines. The tax on deep mined coal is the lower of $ a ton or percent Coal severance taxes book the sales price.

The tax on surface mined coal is the lower of $ a ton or percent of the sales price. Therefore, coal. Coal Severance Tax Revenue Description For large producers, the coal severance tax is imposed on all coal production, except that on reservations, in excess of 20, tons per compa ny per calendar year.

P roducers of 50, tons or less in any calendar year are exempt from the tax. Coal Severance Tax Revenue Description For large producers, the coal severance tax is imposed on all coal production, except that on reservations, in excess of 20, tons per company per calendar year.

Producers of 50, tons or less in any calendar year are exempt from the tax. Coal Severance Tax Colorado Severance Tax is a tax imposed upon nonrenewable natural resources that are removed from the earth.

In addition to any other tax, there shall be levied, collected, and paid for each taxable year a tax upon the severance of all coal in this state and shall be levied against every person engaged in the severance of coal.

Less than 37 inches 1% 37 inches but not more than 45 inches 2% ➢ When coal is produced from the waste coal of prior mining, the severance tax rate is %. • These rates include the % additional severance tax imposed for the benefit of the counties and municipalities.

Tax Expenditure Analysis 51 The coal severance tax was enacted in The tax base was increased in to tax both the severance and processing of coal in Kentucky.

Transportation expense is an allowable exclu-sion from the gross value. A deduction from gross value is also allowed for coal purchased for the purpose of processing if the. developed a combination of the ad valorem property tax and a coal severance tax to combat the inefficiencies of the prior method.o Under this approach, a county would be divided into different zones in which the coal seams" had similar characteristics.

12 Each zone maintained its own rate for. On July 1,the severance tax rate for steam or thermal coal falls from 5% to %, on July 1, the rate is reduced to %, and on July 1, the rate is reduced to 3%. Thermal or steam coal is defined as coal sold for the purpose of generating electricity.

Current Coal Severance Tax Forms. Searching within. No Records Found. Minerals Severance Tax. Phone () ; Fax () ; Address Kentucky Department of Revenue Division of Minerals Taxation and GIS Services High Street, Station 33 Frankfort, KY Email Send us a.

COAL SEVERANCE TAX RETURN Name of Person to Contact Regarding Problems with This Coal severance taxes book Telephone Number: PART I — TAX COMPUTATION Check one block to indicate activity or activities covered by this report: 1 Severed Coal Only (Complete lines and ) 2 Severed and Processed Coal (Complete lines and ).

Quick Information Coal mined in Montana is taxed with the Coal Severance Tax to be reported on the Coal Severance Tax (Form CST) return. Businesses producing more t tons of coal per year pay the tax on all production o tons.

Businesses producing less t tons per year are exempt from the tax. Coal is subject to severance tax based on the tonnage extracted. Statute [Section (1) and (5), C.R.S.] establishes the base tax rate at $ per ton plus a quar, terly adjustment for inflation, which statute requires the Department of Revenue to calculate.

As of Aprilthe total tax rate on coal. Oil & Gas Forms DR Book - Colorado Oil & Gas Severance Tax Return Booklet DRAS - Colorado Severance Tax Affiliations Schedule (Include with the DR ) DR SC - Extension of Time for Filing Colorado Coal Severance Tax Return.

Helpful Forms. DR - Request for Tax Status Letter. DR - Request for Copy of Tax Returns. A severance tax is imposed on the privilege of engaging within this state in severing, extracting, reducing to possession or producing coal, limestone, sandstone, timber, coalbed methane, waste coal, oil, gas and other natural resources for sale, profit, or commercial use.

For purposes of the severance tax on coal, beginning July 1,section 4 eliminates the quarterly exemption on the firsttons of coal and the credit for coal produced from underground mines and for the production of lignitic coal.

distribution of coal severance tax revenue. Kentucky’s coal severance tax is percent of the gross value of coal severed, with a minimum tax of 50 cents per ton. The gross value is tons severed multiplied by price.

The volume of coal severed and price can fluctuate depending on market conditions, so coal severance tax collections do as well.

Some of the coal severance taxes went to fund state-approved projects far away from Eastern Kentucky. Funds that are now less than $ million a year. $20 FOR 1 YEAR. TAX Ruling PD (PDF) Study Documents: Work Plan (Revised 07/06/12) (PDF) Request for Localities to Provide Local Ordinances (PDF) Invitation to the First Meeting (PDF) First Meeting Agenda (PDF) First Meeting Notes (PDF) Coal Severance Tax Matrix of Other States (Draft 05/08/12) (PDF) Gas Severance Tax Matrix of Other States (Draft 05/   First $24 million of the severance taxes collected, including those from coal and other minerals, allocated to debt service for infrastructure bonds.

3 percent of the Severance Tax that would be deposited into the General Revenue Fund is dedicated to West Virginia Future Fund. — Coal Severance Tax. What is the Coal Severance Tax. Privilege and excise taxes that are levied on all persons severing coal within in Alabama in accordance with Code of AlabamaTi Chap Articles 1 & 2.

Effective Aug. 1,there is an additional excise and privilege tax that is levied on all persons severing coal by underground or surface mining within Alabama.

Severance tax is a state tax imposed on the extraction of non-renewable natural resources intended for consumption by other states. Severance tax. Coal Severance Tax - June pdf: Coal Severance Tax - April pdf: Distributions. Coal County Reallocation Severance Tax. Coal Severance Tax Coalbed Methane Gas Severance Tax Greenbrier Lottery Distributions Limited Video Lottery Distributions Municipal Sale and Service and Use Tax.

Coal Severance Tax. Coal Conversion Facilities. The coal conversion facilities privilege tax is imposed on electrical generating plants that have at least one generating unit with a capacity of 10, kilowatts or more, other coal conversion facilities that consumetons or more of coal per year, and coal beneficiation plants.

The severance tax is imposed on each ton of coal * If at the end of a fiscal biennium, the balance of the reclamation forfeiture fund is at least $10 million, the rate is reduced to 12¢ per ton. If at the end of a fiscal biennium, the balance of the fund is at least $5.

Severance taxes are taxes imposed on the removal of natural resources within a taxing jurisdiction. Severance taxes are most commonly imposed in oil producing states within the United ces that typically incur severance taxes when extracted include oil, natural gas, coal, uranium, and jurisdictions use other terms like gross production tax.

The severance tax on coal generated $ million in fiscal Half of that money goes into the permanent trust, and can’t be spent without approval from at least three-fourths of both the. According to the OSBD data, in July, the state collected just over $ million in coal severance taxes, a 37 percent decline from the $ million seen in July Another area of the state’s budget which saw a decline was in business taxes, which declined percent.

COAL SEVERANCE TAX Severance tax upon coal - Imposition - In lieu of sales and use taxes - Payment to the tax commissioner. There is hereby imposed upon all coal severed for sale or for industrial purposes by coal mines within the state a tax of thirty-seven and one-half cents per ton of two thousand pounds [ kilograms].

Oil and gas severance tax Coal severance tax. 3% of the sales price of oil and gas. 75¢ per ton beginning July 1,through J Texas. Coastal protection fee Severance taxes. Coastal protection fee—The tax rate on returns for transfers after September 1, is ¢ per bbl.

of crude oil or condensate. The Virginia Coalfield Economic Development Authority, funded by a portion of the coal and natural gas severance tax, saw the tax drop 62 percent from to West Virginia’s coal severance tax receipts went up in because of overseas demand for metallurgical, or steelmaking, coal, but not every coal county has seen growth.

Coal Severance Funds per HB •LOCAL GOVERNMENT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FUND • Coal Severance taxes • Governed by KRS – Law states the fund is to receive 50% of coal severance taxes collected annually; however, HB provides a direct appropriation in each fiscal year to the LGEDF. In Montana established the Coal Tax Trust Fund, which ever since has received 50% of all coal severance tax revenues.

Today it is worth almost one billion dollars and typically receives an additional $ million in tax revenues per year. Montana’s fund is a small-scale version of many similar natural resource funds around the world.

4 hours ago  Citing a need to “level the playing field” on energy taxes, Montana’s majority Republican Legislature will consider raising taxes on wind and solar developments as the coal industry struggles.

The tax increase on renewables isn’t likely to the replace all of the revenue lost to coal’s decline, but it would help, said state Sen. Duane. TAES The Book of the States TABLE State Severance Taxes: (continued) See footnotes at end of table Montana Coal Severance Tax Varies from 3% to 15% depending on quality of coal and type of mine.

Metal Mines License Tax (l) Progressive rate, taxed on amounts in excess of $, Chapter SEVERANCE TAX. Severance tax definitions. As used in this chapter: (A) "Ton" shall mean two thousand pounds as measured at the point and time of severance, after the removal of any impurities, under such rules and regulations as the tax commissioner may prescribe.

Coal Severance Tax. Session. The production limit of coal severed that is required to be shared with a county within fifteen miles of the tipple of the active coal mine has been changed. The production limit through calendar year is 3, For calendar years afterthe production limit is.

• 85 percent of salt severance tax collections through Oct. 15, ; and • all of the cent tax on coal mined using surface min­ ing methods.

The Oil and Gas Well Fund receives 90 percent of the oil and gas severance tax collections. The Coal Mining Administration Fund receives per­ cent of the 10 cents tax on coal.

More than $15 million in excess coal severance tax revenue will go to 49 counties and municipalities. Governor Matt Bevin made the announcement on Monday. House Bill. Western politicians regard the challenges to the taxes, including proposed legislation in Congress that would impose a percent ceiling on coal severance tax rates, as an assault on states.A bill to cut the West Virginia severance tax on steam coal from 5 percent to 3 percent, a decrease that would reduce state revenue collection by more than $60 million a year, was originated and.Local Taxes» Chapter Local Coal Severance License Taxes» § Counties and cities authorized to levy severance license tax on the sale of coal.

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