Ohio Oil and Gas Association Educates Professionals on Financial Issues
The increase of activity in Ohio’s oil and gas industry has amplified the amount of support needed from the professional community such as accountants, attorneys and consultants. The Ohio Oil and Gas Association’s Tax Committee is hosting a Tax Seminar on January 10, 2013, specifically focused on financial issues in the oil and gas industry.
Professionals working with the industry need to be prepared for dealing with regulatory, statutory, and executive order changes updated in the past 2 years.
The agenda will cover topics such as:
- Utica Shale update: Potential for Ohio’s economy
- Accounting Issues: Royalty interests, sharing arrangements, depletion and G&G issues
- Gas meters: Overview of their operation and calibration process
- Taxes: Federal and state level considerations and updates
The one day seminar is tailored to accommodate attendees of all experience levels in the oil & gas industry. Participants are eligible for eight (8) Continuing Professional education credits for CPA license certification or seven (7) Continuing Legal Education credits (CLE application submitted).
Join the Ohio Oil and Gas Association on Thursday, January 10, 2013 from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at Cherry Valley Lodge in Newark, Ohio for this informative seminar.
Details of the event and registration available here.