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The Storage of Carbon Dioxide (Access to Infrastructure) Regulations 2011

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. General

    1. 1.Citation and commencement

    2. 2.Review

    3. 3.Interpretation

    4. 4.Meaning of “authority”

    5. 5.Meaning of “owner”

    6. 6.Meaning of “associate”

  3. Variation conditions

    1. 7.Variation conditions

    2. 8.Pipeline variation notices

    3. 9.Notices relating to costs etc.

    4. 10.Acquisition of rights to use proposed relevant infrastructure

    5. 11.Diversions

  4. Acquisition of rights

    1. 12.Acquisition of rights to use relevant infrastructure

  5. Compulsory modifications

    1. 13.Compulsory modifications of relevant infrastructure

    2. 14.Variation of notices under sections 12 and 13

  6. Powers to require information and effect of notices

    1. 15.Powers of the authority to require information

    2. 16.Requirements for consents

  7. Publication requirements

    1. 17.Publication of capacity

  8. Enforcement

    1. 18.Provision of false information

    2. 19.Construction authorisations and pipeline variation notices

    3. 20.Civil proceedings

  9. Miscellaneous

    1. 21.Service of documents

    2. 22.Amendments

  10. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE

      Amendments

      1. Pipe-lines Act 1962

        1. 1.The Pipe-lines Act 1962 is amended as follows.

        2. 2.In section 9 (provisions for securing that a pipe-line is...

        3. 3.In section 9A (provisions for securing that an additional pipe-line...

        4. 4.In section 10 (provisions for securing that a pipe-line is...

        5. 5.In section 65 (meaning of “pipe-line”)— (a) in subsection (2),...

        6. 6.In section 66(1) (interpretation), after the definition of “agricultural unit”,...

      2. Petroleum Act 1998

        1. 7.The Petroleum Act 1998 is amended as follows.

        2. 8.In section 15 (authorisations)— (a) in subsection (3)(c)(i) and (iii),...

        3. 9.In section 16 (compulsory modifications of pipelines), before subsection (1),...

        4. 10.In section 17 (acquisition of rights to use pipelines), after...

        5. 11.In section 28(1) (interpretation of Part 3 of the Petroleum...

        6. 12.In paragraph 4 of Schedule 2— (a) in sub-paragraph (1),...

  11. Explanatory Note

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