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10. In section 17 (acquisition of rights to use pipelines)(1), after subsection (1A) insert—
“(1B) This section also does not apply to controlled carbon dioxide pipelines.”.
Section 17(1A) was inserted by paragraph 3 of Schedule 4 to the Gas (Third Party Access and Accounts) Regulations 2000 and was amended by section 151(5)(a) of the Energy Act 2004.
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