Form DTE6A "Ohio Return of Oil and Gas Properties All Taxes Paid by Operator" - Ohio

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DTE 6A
Department of
Rev. 3/07
Taxation
County name
Auditor’s number
Ohio Return of Oil and Gas Properties
All Taxes Paid by Operator for Calendar Year Ending Dec. 31,
File with county auditor by June 30 following above date (see instructions on back).
Important: The operator of the oil and gas well must complete this form when the operator pays
the full amount of taxes assessed against the property, including taxes assessed against all royalty
interests. If the operator does not pay all taxes assessed against all interests, the operator must fi le
DTE 6, which requires a listing of all royalty interests.
Name of operator
Address
Tax billing address
State of incorporation (if a corporation)
Permit number(s)
Description of Property
1. Name of land owner
Location: City, village or township
Taxing district
Parcel number(s)
No. of acres
Production Information
2. (a) Number of producing wells on property at end of year
(b) Number of commonly metered wells included on this report
3. If fl ush production is claimed, date of fi rst production
Number of days left in year
Oil (Bbls.)
Gas (MCF)
4.
4. Flush production ..........................................................................................
5.
5. Secondary recovery production (do not claim if fl ush production is claimed)
6.
6. Total production for calendar year ................................................................
7.
7. Less: 42.5% of fl ush production on line 4 ....................................................
8.
8. Less: 50% of secondary recovery production on line 5 ...............................
9.
9. Net annual production after deductions (line 6 minus lines 7 and 8) ...........
10.
10. Average daily production (see instructions) .................................................
Valuation of Oil and Gas Deposits (to be completed by operator)
Avg. Daily Production
Taxable Value
X
Assessed Value
=
(line 10)
(see instructions)
=
X
11. Oil
Bbls.
per Bbl.
X
=
12. Gas
MCF
per MCF
13. Total assessed value of working interest
Declaration
I declare under penalty of perjury that I have examined this return, including any accompanying schedules and
statements, and, to the best of my knowledge and belief, this return is true, correct and complete.
Taxpayer
By
Date
Signature
Title
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DTE 6A
Department of
Rev. 3/07
Taxation
County name
Auditor’s number
Ohio Return of Oil and Gas Properties
All Taxes Paid by Operator for Calendar Year Ending Dec. 31,
File with county auditor by June 30 following above date (see instructions on back).
Important: The operator of the oil and gas well must complete this form when the operator pays
the full amount of taxes assessed against the property, including taxes assessed against all royalty
interests. If the operator does not pay all taxes assessed against all interests, the operator must fi le
DTE 6, which requires a listing of all royalty interests.
Name of operator
Address
Tax billing address
State of incorporation (if a corporation)
Permit number(s)
Description of Property
1. Name of land owner
Location: City, village or township
Taxing district
Parcel number(s)
No. of acres
Production Information
2. (a) Number of producing wells on property at end of year
(b) Number of commonly metered wells included on this report
3. If fl ush production is claimed, date of fi rst production
Number of days left in year
Oil (Bbls.)
Gas (MCF)
4.
4. Flush production ..........................................................................................
5.
5. Secondary recovery production (do not claim if fl ush production is claimed)
6.
6. Total production for calendar year ................................................................
7.
7. Less: 42.5% of fl ush production on line 4 ....................................................
8.
8. Less: 50% of secondary recovery production on line 5 ...............................
9.
9. Net annual production after deductions (line 6 minus lines 7 and 8) ...........
10.
10. Average daily production (see instructions) .................................................
Valuation of Oil and Gas Deposits (to be completed by operator)
Avg. Daily Production
Taxable Value
X
Assessed Value
=
(line 10)
(see instructions)
=
X
11. Oil
Bbls.
per Bbl.
X
=
12. Gas
MCF
per MCF
13. Total assessed value of working interest
Declaration
I declare under penalty of perjury that I have examined this return, including any accompanying schedules and
statements, and, to the best of my knowledge and belief, this return is true, correct and complete.
Taxpayer
By
Date
Signature
Title
DTE 6A
Rev. 3/07
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Instructions for Completing DTE 6A
General Instructions
5. Secondary recovery production is the production from
wells where mechanically induced pressure such as
This return must be fi led on or before June 30. The county
air, gas or water is used to stimulate and maintain
auditor may require the fi ling of additional schedules and
production. Show total secondary production of oil
information as deemed necessary. File separate forms for
and gas. Important: Do not include any secondary
each individually metered well. File a single combined form
recovery production on line 5 if the production has
for all wells with a common meter.
been included in line 4 as fl ush production.
Specifi c Line Instructions
6. Show total production of oil and gas from the well(s) for
the preceding calendar year.
Name of operator: Show the legal name of the owner of
the working interest.
7. If fl ush production is claimed, show 42.5% of the amount
reported on line 4 here. Flush production can only be
Address: Address of the operator’s principal business
claimed for 12 calendar months and for not more than two
offi ce.
consecutive tax years on a lease or producing unit.
Tax billing address: Address to which tax bills are to be
8. If a deduction for secondary recovery production is
mailed.
claimed, show 50% of the amount reported on line 5
here. The deduction for secondary recovery production
Permit number(s): Show permit number(s) for well(s)
cannot be claimed in any year that a deduction for fl ush
included on this report.
production is claimed on the lease or producing unit.
Description of Property:
9. The net annual production is the total annual production
1. Show name of land owner, the location of the land and
less the allowable deductions for fl ush or secondary
the taxing district, together with parcel number for the
production (line 6 minus lines 7 and 8).
land.
10. Calculate the average daily production by dividing the
Production Information:
total net annual production shown on line 9 by 365 days.
If well(s) is less than one year old, divide line 9 by days
2. a) Show the number of producing wells on the
left in year (line 3).
property as of Dec. 31.
Valuation of Oil and Gas Deposits:
b) Show number of wells with common meter included
on this report. If only single well reported, show one
11. and 12. Calculate the assessed value of the working
on this line.
interest by multiplying the average daily production of oil
or gas (line 10) times the per barrel or thousand cubic
3. Show the date of the fi rst production of well(s) drilled
feet taxable values established in the annual entry of
during year together with the number of days left in year
the tax commissioner. To determine appropriate taxable
from start of production to Dec. 31 of the year.
value from the entry for wells that are commonly metered,
divide average daily production (line 10) by the number
4. Flush production is the actual production of the well(s)
of wells included on this report (line 2b).
during the fi rst 12 calendar months of production. Show
the total annual fl ush production of oil and gas.
13. The total assessed value of oil and gas deposits is the
sum of lines 11 and 12.
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