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13.—(1) The Administrator may impose a requirement on a transport fuel supplier to provide the Administrator with such information as the Administrator may require for purposes connected with the carrying out of the Administrator’s functions.
(2) The Administrator may impose requirements as to—
(a)the form in which the information must be provided,
(b)the methodology to be used in calculating and providing the information, and
(c)the period within which it must be provided.
(3) Without prejudice to the generality of paragraph (1), the Administrator may require a non-obligated transport fuel supplier to provide the Administrator with the information, in relation to that supplier, which is referred to in paragraph (1)(a) to (d) of article 12; and references in that paragraph to the “relevant period” are to be treated as references to such period during an obligation period as the Administrator notifies to the supplier for the purposes of this paragraph.
(4) Without prejudice to the generality of paragraph (1), the Administrator may require a transport fuel supplier (whether obligated or non-obligated) to provide the Administrator with information as to the effects on—
(c)other economic activities,
(d)sustainable development, or
(e)the environment generally,
which are or may be associated with the production, supply or use of the renewable transport fuel which has been supplied by the supplier at or for delivery to places in the United Kingdom, and to provide that information in relation to such period during an obligation period as the Administrator notifies to the supplier for the purposes of this paragraph.
(5) Where the Administrator imposes a requirement under this article on a transport fuel supplier to provide information, the supplier must provide that information and ensure that it is—
(a)accurate to the best of the supplier’s knowledge and belief, and
(i)in such form,
(ii)using such methodology,
(iii)within such period, and
(iv)in relation to such period,
as the Administrator requires.
(6) The Administrator may require a transport fuel supplier to produce such evidence as the Administrator may determine is necessary in order to substantiate information which the supplier has provided to the Administrator under this article.
(7) A transport fuel supplier must—
(a)produce such evidence where so required, and
(b)ensure that that evidence is accurate to the best of the supplier’s knowledge and belief.
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