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|Use a separate Schedule I (Form 1118) for each applicable category of income listed below. Check only one box on each schedule.|
|Report all amounts in U.S. dollars.|
|Part I Combined Foreign Oil and Gas Income and Taxes|
|1. Name of foreign country (Use a separate line for each country.)*||Gross Foreign Oil and Gas Income From Sources Outside the United States and its Possessions (see instructions)|
|2. Gross foreign oil and gas extraction income||3. Gross foreign oil related income||4. Certain dividends from foreign corporations||5. Constructive distributions under section 951(a)||6. Other||7. Total (add columns 2 through 6|
|* For section 863(b) income, use a single line (see instructions).|
|Deductions||11. Taxable income (column 7 minus column 10)||Foreign Oil and Gas Taxes (attach schedule)|
|8. Definitely allocable deductions||9. Apportioned deductions not definitely allocable||10. Total (add columns 8 and 9)||12. Paid or accrued||13. Deemed paid||14. Total (add columns 12 and 13)|
|Part II Reduction Under Section 907(a)|
|Part III Foreign Oil and Gas Taxes Available For Use in the Current Tax Year|
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