The global climate conference could lead to greater harmonisation on carbon pricing, although a global agreement is unlikely. Yet COP26 could have far-reaching implications for energy and financial tax policy.
Tax incentives for renewables remain insufficient to support green energy, according to ITR’s survey respondents. Taxpayers expect governments to end fossil fuel tax breaks and increase carbon and plastic taxes to tackle climate change.
ITR’s survey found that governments could introduce corporate income taxes based on environmental impact, while tax breaks for fossil fuels are on the way out.
Sponsored by Deloitte USNick Gaudioso Jr, Mayank Gautam and Randy G Price of Deloitte US examine the digital transformation in the oil and gas sector and the transfer pricing considerations that multinational enterprises must explore.
Sponsored by KPMG GlobalEric Janowak of KPMG looks at how institutional investors are driving responsible tax policy in investee companies.
Sponsored by Lobo VasquesSérgio Vasques of Lobo Vasques considers the complexities of taxing the inputs used in the production of energy products and electricity under the European Energy Taxation Directive.