State of New MexicoProduction Equipment Ad Valorem Tax

State of New Mexico Production Equipment Ad Valorem Tax February 2018 Agenda

Statute review: 7-34 NMSA, 1978 Master Operators Severance Tax Reporting Preliminary Value Verification Notice Oil and Gas Equipment Tax (OGET)and Oil and Gas Annual Ad Valorem Tax Roll Distribution (OGAA) Ad Valorem Production Tax Rates Ad Valorem Equipment Tax Assessment

Oil and Gas Production Equipment Ad Valorem Tax Statutes: NMSA 1978 7-34-2.C Definitions 7-34-3 Method of determining assessed value 7-34-4 Ad Valorem tax levied 7-34-6 Tax Statement; Tax due date 7-38-32 Department to prepare a compilation of net taxable values to be used for budget making and rate setting. 7-38-33 Department of Finance and Administration to set tax rates

7-34-5 Oil and Gas Production Equipment Ad Valorem tax to be exclusive measure of Ad Valorem tax liability The tax levied by section 7-34-4 NMSA 1978 shall be the full and exclusive measure of Ad Valorem tax liability for equipment used at a production unit for the calendar year 1969 and all subsequent years. Any other Ad Valorem tax on equipment used at a

production unit is void. Master Operator 7-34-2 Registered with the Oil Conservation Division The Master Operator is responsible for filing form C115 with the Oil Conservation Division. Per statute, well operator means any person engaged in the severance of products from a production unit. Operators who sever and sell products to other parties may not always be responsible for filing Oil

and Gas Severance taxes based on their agreements and or contracts. Oil and Gas Severance Tax reporting All products upon leaving the lease are considered severed and sold. All production can be reported under the respective parties OGRID (Oil and Gas Remitter Identification Number) or by interest owners and purchasers. Amendments to the prior calendar year production

reported are taken into consideration. As a result, the system is compiling the data to produce the Preliminary Value Verification Notice for Master Operators. Preliminary Value Verification Notice (PVVN) The preliminary value verification notice is issued in April each year to the Master Operator at a point in time. Operators will be assessed the value of all production

reported against their properties (PUNs) by all parties that report on their properties. Operators should confirm the PUNs and the review the values for accuracy. Anomalies or discrepancies must be addressed and resolved by the Operator on or before the September due date annually. Ad Valorem Equipment Tax Value Verification Notice Example:

Addressing PVVN Discrepancies Properties sold: the Operator must work with the Oil Conservation Division to transfer the property to the new Operator. Properties purchased: if the property is purchased prior to the issuance of the assessment, the new Operator will be assessed the current year Production Equipment Ad Valorem Tax. The department will not revise and reissue the

assessment should discrepancies be reported past the issuance date. Oil and Gas Equipment Tax (OGET) Distribution Report 7-38-32 The Oil and Gas Equipment Ad Valorem report is based on distributions of issued and paid assessments for the previous calendar year. The report is distributed to the producing counties and school districts in April annually.

The report is distributed via email based off of the distribution list of the prior year. Hard copies are not provided. Oil and Gas Ad Valorem Production Tax Roll-Distribution Oil and Gas Annual Ad Valorem (OGAA) Tax Roll Distribution 7-38-32 The report is used with OGET by the producing

counties and school districts to setup budget and bonding for the upcoming year. The report is distributed to the producing counties and school districts in April annually. The report is distributed via email based off of the distribution list of the prior year. Hard copies are not provided. Oil and Gas Equipment Ad Valorem Tax Preliminary Report

7-34-4. Ad Valorem Tax Rate Changes NMTRD provides the total values as reported by all tax remitters for a calendar year to the producing counties and school districts. Data may be used in formulas to set up bonding and budgets for the next fiscal year. Tax Certification is compiled by the Counties, the Public Education Department, Property Tax Division and issued by the Local Government Division of the

Department of Finance and Administration the Oil and Gas Severance Tax Bureau. 7-38-33 Tax Rate changes cont.. The tax certificates are provided to the Oil and Gas Bureau. The Bureau preps the documents with associated information for key entry by fund type into the database. When all changes are by fund type per County, School District and Municipality that comprise the internal suffix used for distribution purposes the rates are then finalized.

Rates will be posted and distributed to all tax payers of record on or before October 15th. The new full Ad Valorem tax rate is used to assess and issue the annual Ad Valorem Production Equipment Tax Assessment. Oil and Gas Production Rates and Annual Ad Valorem Equipment Tax Rates Method of determining assessed value. 7-343

A. The value of products of each production unit for the previous calendar year: B. The taxable value of equipment of each production unit is an amount equal to twenty-seven percent of the value of products of each production unit. C. The assessed value of equipment of each production unit shall be determined by applying the uniform assessment ratio to the taxable value of equipment of each production unit.

Computing the Oil and Gas Production Equipment Ad Valorem Tax 7-34-3 The assessed value is derived from all reported production for the specific property: Gross Value less allowable deductions, multiplied by 27%, multiplied by the uniform commercial code which is 33 1/3%, multiplied by the full Ad Valorem production tax rate issued for the current year. This equals the tax due for each production unit, suffix and product.

Oil and Gas Production Equipment Ad Valorem Tax Assessment This is an ad valorem tax on equipment used in production of oil, natural gas, carbon dioxide and non-hydrocarbon gas. The tax is on the assessed value of the equipment. The assessed value of the equipment is a percentage of its value as established under the Ad Valorem Production Tax multiplied by the uniform assessment ratio.

This tax is due on or before November 30 each year. Oil and Gas Production Equipment Ad Valorem Tax Assessments Assessments are generated annually. Issued to all Master Operators of record They are based on the reported taxes of all taxpayers that remit to a Master Operators Production Unit Numbers PUN(s)

Assessments are due on November 30 or the next business day should the 30th fall on a weekend or holiday. Ad Valorem Equipment Tax Assessment Example: Other Important Information The Oil and Gas Severance Tax Bureau is not required to track mineral interest owner information.

Mineral Interest owners requesting information should inquire with the county where the mineral interest is located. Other resources to obtain this information are attorneys or land men who specialize in researching mineral interests. Oil and Gas Severance Tax Bureau Toll free contact number as of Mar 19, 2018: 866-285-2996, select option 2

Email us at: [email protected] Presented by the Oil and Gas Severance Tax Bureau: Judy Vigil, Bureau Chief Maureen Pasquier, Staff Manager

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