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Natural Gas Liquids Royalty Framework Changes

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  1. Natural Gas Liquids Royalty Framework Changes Production Month 2002-10 Implementation

  2. Agenda • Introductions • Background • Key Outcomes • Implementation Details • In-Stream Component (ISC) Reporting • Royalty Calculation using Facility Averages • Facility Average Illustration NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  3. List of Acronyms/Abbrev. • BT Battery • C1 Methane • C2 Ethane • CAP Corporate Average Price • CGF Corporate Gas Factor • CSO Common Stream Operator • FAP Facility Average Price (Net of Gas Trans Adj) • FARR% Facility Average Royalty Rate • GJ gigajoules • GP Gas Plant • GRP Gas Reference Price • GS Gathering System NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  4. List of Acronyms/Abbrev.… • IATD Intra-Alberta Transportation Deduction • IF Injection Facility • ISC In-Stream Component Within Residue Gas • MS Meter Station • NGL Natural Gas Liquids • OAF Owner Allocation Factor • PL Pipeline • R% Royalty Rate • RARR% Raw Gas Average Royalty Rate • RGA Raw Gas Allocation • Registry The Petroleum Registry of Alberta • SAF Stream Allocation Factor NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  5. Background • Policy Announcement Dec 1999 to align royalty framework with Industry and market developments. • Key Changes: • Distinct royalty treatment for recovered Ethane (Field Ethane) • Royalty recognition of NGL components (In-Stream Components or ISC) in residue gas • Sub-Committees (Industry/Gov’t) established between Jan 2000 – July 2001 to define business rules. NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  6. Key Outcomes • Field Ethane will be assessed at C2 R% and C2 Net Reference Price ($/gj) that will be different from the Gas R% and Gas Net Reference Price. • Royalty rates for Propane and Butanes will change from the flat rate of 30%. Subject to an expected maximum rate of 30% and minimum rate of 15%, the following formula will be used: R% = 15SP + 40(PP-SP) PP • SP is the select price for the product • PP is the Propane par price for the Propane royalty rate and the Butanes par price for the Butanes royalty rate. NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  7. Key Outcomes…..Cont’d • No change to royalty trigger points. • Gas royalty will be assessed on the basis of In-Stream Components (ISC). This will be achieved by assessing royalty on product GAS using facility averages (rate and price) that are based on the ISC compositions of the royalty trigger volumes. • Gas royalty for CAP clients will be based on facility average rates but valuation continues to be based on CAP, where monthly CAP estimate is Client CGF x GRP. NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  8. Key Outcomes…..Cont’d • Each ISC product will have its own distinct royalty rate, reference price and adjusted IATD which will be used in the facility average royalty rate and price calculations. • Department of Energy (DOE) will invoice royalty on product GAS using the SAF/OAF and volumetric details from the Registry. • Implementation coinciding with the Registry – Production Month 2002-10. NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  9. Gas View ProductCode Gas* Gas *has old/new vintage ISC View of Gas ProductCode Methane ISC* C1-IC Ethane ISC* C2-IC Propane ISC C3-IC Butanes ISC C4-IC Pentanes Plus ISC* C5+-IC Carbon Dioxide ISC** CO2-IC Helium ISC** HE-IC Hydrogen ISC** H2-IC Nitrogen ISC** N2-IC Oxygen ISC** O2-IC Sulphur ISC** Sul-IC Hydrogen Sulphide ISC**H2S-IC *has old/new vintage **inert Gas & ISC Relationship NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  10. Current C2 R% = Gas R% C2 Ref Price = GRP ($/gj) Gas Royalty based on Gas GJ @ Gas R% and GRP Gas GJ subject to Old/New Gas R% At Implementation C2 R%  Gas R% C2 Ref Price = C2-IC Ref Price ($/gj) Gas Royalty based on Gas GJ @ Gas R% (=FARR%) and FAP Gas GJ subject to Old/New Gas R% (=FARR%) Implementation Details NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  11. FARR% & FAP for Gas • Facility level royalty rate and valuation price for Gas. • Used to assess royalty trigger Gas quantities at charge facility. • Uses the ISC compositions (excluding inerts) of royalty trigger quantities at the charge facility to calculate that facility’s weighted average royalty rate and valuation price (see example illustration). • ISC compositions are reported to the Registry by meter station operators, common stream operators and some facility operators (see Registry ISC Reporting Table slide). NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  12. FARR% & FAP for Gas…..Cont’d • The royalty rates for the individual ISC products will be the same as the royalty rates for the extracted products (e.g. C2-IC R% = C2 R%). • The vintage for the individual ISC products will be the same as the old/new vintage for the extracted products. • The reference prices for the individual ISC products will differ from the reference prices of Gas and the extracted products (exception C2 Ref Price=C2-IC Ref Price). NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  13. Low Productivity Allowance Adjustment • No change to low productivity well allowance eligibility. • Low productivity allowance adjustment continues to apply to eligible Gas and Ethane production. • For eligible Gas and Ethane production, the Crown royalty rate is calculated as: R% = RC – (RM – 5) x (16.9 – ADP)2 16.92 • ADP is the average daily production of gas for the well event for the production month (103m3). • RC is the Old/New FARR if production is Gas and the Ethane Old/New royalty rate if production is Ethane. • RM is the Old/New royalty rate for Methane ISC NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  14. Registry ISC Reporting • ISC volume and energy information are reported in the Registry, as a further breakdown of the Gas volume and energy. • ISC factors are reported on Registry RGA submissions. • Submissions to the Registry can be online entry or batch file entry, along with other volumetric submissions. • Not all volumetric activities in the Registry require ISC reporting (see Registry ISC Reporting Table slide). NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  15. Registry ISC Reporting…..Cont’d • ISC volume and energy must be reported to 3 decimal places for desired precision. • Where ISC reporting is required, aggregate ISC volume and energy must equal corresponding Gas volume and energy (within a tolerance of 0.100 103m3 and 1.000 gj) or both ISC and Gas volumetric submissions will be rejected. • ISC heat value (gj/103m3) must be within the specified heat value range for each ISC product (see ISC Heat Range Table slide). NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  16. ISC Heat Range Table NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  17. Registry ISC Reporting Table NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  18. Registry ISC Reporting Table…..Cont’d NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  19. Registry ISC Reporting Table…..Cont’d NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  20. Registry ISC Reporting Table…..Cont’d NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  21. Registry ISC Reporting Table…..Cont’d NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  22. Registry ISC Reporting Table…..Cont’d NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  23. Registry ISC Reporting Table…..Cont’d NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  24. Registry ISC Reporting Table…..Cont’d NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  25. ISC Volumetric Submission in Registry Illustration of ISC Reporting at MS NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  26. ISC Volumetric Submission in Registry Illustration of ISC Reporting at MS NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  27. Raw Gas Sale and ISC Factor Reporting on RGA • Raw Gas Sales are identified on Registry RGA submissions. • Raw Gas Sales that are subsequently processed or used as lease fuel are assessed royalty at RARR%, rather than FARR%. • All other Raw Gas Sales will be assessed at FARR %. • RARR% is based on the ISC factors (excluding inerts) identified by the seller on the RGA, rather than the ISC composition of the facility. • Old/New RARR% =  (ISC Product Factor on RGA x ISC Product Old/New R%) /  ISC Product Factor on RGA (see example illustration). NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  28. Raw Gas Deliveries To Injection • Crown royalty for raw gas delivered to injection (reported in Registry at a Battery or Gathering System as a disposition to an Injection Facility) is assessed at the FARR% of the Injection Facility and the FAP of the Reproducing Facility. NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  29. Royalty Variables for Crown Royalty and Injection Credit Calculations NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  30. Royalty Variables for Crown Royalty and Injection Credit Calculations…..Cont’d NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  31. Royalty Variables for Gas Crown Royalty and Injection Credit…..Cont’d NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  32. Rate/Price Defaults If defaults are used, they will be identified on the Default Report. (see sample report) NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  33. ISC Balancing and FARR%/FAP Using ISC Default • Effective December 2004 calendar month, the ISC receipts at meter stations reported by meter station operators or common stream operators (CSO), must equal the meter station disposition activities reported by pipeline operators. Meter station receipts impact the FARR% and FAP calculations. • For ISC imbalances that existed prior to this change, the DOE continues to perform ISC Balancing and uses the ISC default in calculating the FARR%/FAP calculations. NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  34. ISC Balancing and FARR%/FAP Using ISC Default…..Cont’d • If there is a discrepancy in meter station receipts for an ISC product, the C5+-IC R% and C5+-IC Net Ref Price will be used for that product in the FARR% and FAP calculations. (see example illustration) • The meter station operator or CSO who submitted the meter station receipts will receive a discrepancy notice from DOE. Notice is generated on day 35 following month of production. (see sample report) • Royalty clients will be notified in Default Report and in supporting reports of FARR%/FAP calculations where ISC default values have been used. (see sample report) NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  35. FARR%, RARR%, FAP Illustration • See Excel attachment NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  36. FARR% Calculation for Gas • Old FARR% = •  (ISC Product Energy x ISC Product Old R%) /  ISC Product Energy • New FARR% = •  (ISC Product Energy x ISC Product New R%) /  ISC Product Energy • ISC product energy refers to ISC dispositions at the charge facility that are royalty triggers. If charge facility is an injection facility, ISC product energy refers to ISC receipts rather than dispositions. • Energy from inerts are not included in FARR% calculation. NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  37. RARR% Calculation for raw gas sales • Old RARR% =  (ISC Product Factor on RGA x ISC Product Old R%) /  ISC Product Factor on RGA • New RARR% =  (ISC Product Factor on RGA x ISC Product New R%) /  ISC Product Factor on RGA • ISC factors of inerts are not included in RARR% calculation. NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  38. FAP Calculation for Gas • FAP = • Facility Reference Price – Facility Gas Transportation Adjustment • Facility Reference Price = • Σ (ISC Product Energy x ISC Product Ref Price) / Σ ISC Product Energy • Facility Gas Transportation Adjustment = • [Royalty Trigger Factor – 1] x Facility Adjusted IATD • Royalty Trigger Factor = • Σ (ISC Product Energy x Meter Station Factor) / Σ ISC Product Energy NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  39. FAP Calculation for Gas…..Cont’d • Facility Adjusted IATD = • Σ (ISC Product Energy x Adjusted IATD of ISC) / Σ ISC Product Energy • ISC product energy refers to ISC dispositions at the charge facility that are royalty triggers. If charge facility is an injection facility, ISC product energy refers to ISC receipts rather than dispositions. • ISC product energy in FARR% and FAP calculation is the same. • If the delivery/receipt location of the ISC product energy is not an included pipeline meter station, the meter station factor for the product energy will be 1.00. NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  40. Sample Crown Royalty Calculation Detail Report NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  41. Sample Crown Royalty Calculation Detail Report(Raw Gas) FAP, 80% GRP, 100% GRP, FARR%, RARR%, C1-IC R% NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  42. Sample FARR Report NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  43. Sample RARR Report NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  44. Sample FAP Report NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  45. Sample Default Report NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  46. Sample ISC Balancing Discrepancy Notification NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004

  47. The End NGL Royalty Framework Changes - May, 2004