One of the previous ways I paid for fuel was via a game enforced tax on research facilities, very similar to the NPC charges in stations. This disappeared when Cruis was released.
I, and a few others, 'expressed our concerns' on the forums and to CSM representatives, both during beta testing on Singularity, and since going live. When seeking a changed position : Polite, Firm, Reasonable are all desirable attributes, especially if you are one of a few wanting a change. (Loud, organised and hysterical also work, but you need to have 'public opinion' on your side as Jita riots and the Real Id issue from that other game showed).
However after a few hints, both from the forums and from Sugar Kyle (who I have been shamelessly pestering lately), I had another look. Reading official Crius issues forum would not hurt either.
On the Research and Manufacturing UI, choose facilities, Corp owned Facilities. Right click and Configure Facility, and set the Tax accordingly.
In line with NPC station taxes the corp charges are simply a percentage on top of the existing charges. That is in my example below, the charge with 0% is 27,075; with 5% is 28,429. The 5% additional charge is paid into the corp master wallet.
|0% Corp Tax|
|5% Corp Tax|
The installation charge is current taken from the default corporate wallet for the pilot.
Currently we are set up with :
- One division for CEO/corporation
- 5 divisions allocated to pilots and their alts, allocated to those that wish to pay the rent.
- 1 division for 'communal' use.
CCP have good intentions that will pilot's to pay for industry out of their own wallet (*soon*), but pilots will still need access to a communal division for storage.
You can not see from the journal what pilot lodged a job. The road to hell (and forum rages) is paved with good intentions. For research and manufacture, this communal use is still reasonably secure. If you have the patience (or possible the development skills and an API ), you can use the job history to tie the ISK payments to pilots.
Please note: all attached screenshots of any POS or blueprints listed are taken from Singularity, the test server.