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2. In section 9 (provisions for securing that a pipe-line is so constructed as to reduce necessity for construction of others)(1), for subsection (6), substitute—
“(6) This section does not apply where the application for the grant of a pipe-line construction authorisation relates to the construction of—
(a)a diversion, or
(b)a carbon dioxide pipe-line.”.
Section 9 was amended by paragraph 6 of the Schedule to the Deregulation (Pipe-lines) Order 1999. paragraph 1 of Schedule 1 to the Gas (Third Party Access and Accounts) Regulations 2000 (S.I. 2000/1937) and section 151(1) of the Energy Act 2004 (c. 20), . It was modified, in respect of the maximum fine, by sections 37, 38 and 46 of Criminal Justice Act 1982. An amendment by Schedule 23 to the Energy Act 2004 (c. 20) is not yet in force.
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