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The Renewable Transport Fuel Obligations (Amendment) Order 2011

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This is a draft item of legislation. This draft has since been made as a UK Statutory Instrument: The Renewable Transport Fuel Obligations (Amendment) Order 2011 No. 2937

  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation and commencement

  3. 2.Amendment of the Renewable Transport Fuel Obligations Order 2007

  4. 3.Amendment of article 2 (interpretation)

  5. 4.Amendment of article 3 (definitions of fuels and fuel products)

  6. 5.Amendment of article 4 (the renewable transport fuel obligation)

  7. 6.After article 4, insert— Duty of the Secretary of State...

  8. 7.Amendment of article 5 (determinations of amounts of transport fuel)

  9. 8.Amendment of article 12 (duty to require information from obligated suppliers)

  10. 9.Amendment of article 13 (power to require information)

  11. 10.After article 13, insert— Mass balance system (1) A supplier must use a mass balance system in...

  12. 11.Omission of article 14 (duty to report to Parliament)

  13. 12.Amendment of article 15 (other powers and duties conferred and imposed on the Administrator)

  14. 13.Amendment of article 16 (application for RTF certificates)

  15. 14.After article 16, insert— Verifier’s assurance procedures and reports (1) A verifier’s assurance report must— (a) confirm that the...

  16. 15.Amendment of article 17 (issue of RTF certificates)

  17. 16.Amendment of article 18 (transfers of RTF certificates)

  18. 17.Amendment of article 19 (use of an RTF certificate in a later obligation period)

  19. 18.Amendment of article 20 (revocation of an RTF certificate)

  20. 19.Amendment of article 21 (payments)

  21. 20.Amendment of article 22 (re-cycling of buy-out payments)

  22. 21.Amendment of article 23 (civil penalties)

  23. 22.Transitional provisions

  24. 23.Sustainability criteria

  25. 24.Amendment of the Legislative and Regulatory Reform (Regulatory Functions) Order 2007

  26. Signature

  27. Explanatory Note

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