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The Petroleum (Consolidation) Regulations 2014

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1 INTRODUCTION AND GENERAL PROHIBITION ON THE KEEPING OF PETROL

    1. 1.Citation and commencement

    2. 2.Interpretation

    3. 3.Application

    4. 4.General prohibition on the keeping of petrol

  3. PART 2 STORAGE OF PETROL ON DISPENSING PREMISES

    1. 5.Storage under certificate

    2. 6.Application and grant of storage certificates

    3. 7.Validity of storage certificates

    4. 8.Prescribed material changes

    5. 9.Notification before ceasing to occupy dispensing premises in respect of which there is a storage certificate

    6. 10.Notification before keeping petrol on dispensing premises in respect of which there is an existing storage certificate

    7. 11.Appeals from refusals by petroleum enforcement authorities to grant storage certificates

    8. 12.General prohibitions on dispensing and supply of petrol

  4. PART 3 STORAGE OF PETROL IN DOMESTIC OR OTHER RELEVANT PREMISES

    1. 13.Storage of petrol in domestic or other relevant premises

    2. 14.Licences for storage in domestic or other relevant premises

    3. 15.Appeals from refusals by petroleum enforcement authorities to grant licences

    4. 16.Renewal and variation of licences

    5. 17.Revocation of licences

  5. PART 4 MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

    1. 18.Enforcing authorities

    2. 19.Manufacture etc. of portable petrol storage containers

    3. 20.Repairs of vessels or containers that have contained petrol

    4. 21.Prohibition on direct filling of fuel tanks from road tankers

    5. 22.Limited continuation of activities that were formerly compliant

    6. 23.Transitional provisions in relation to licences granted under the Petroleum (Consolidation) Act 1928

    7. 24.Savings in relation to byelaws

    8. 25.Repeals, revocations and consequential amendments

    9. 26.Review

  6. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      Prescribed material changes to dispensing premises

      1. 1.The cessation of use of one or more of the...

      2. 2.The removal or permanent decommissioning of one or more of...

      3. 3.The installation of any tank, pipework or vapour pipework associated...

      4. 4.The installation of any petrol pump, any other automotive pump,...

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      Petrol Storage in Domestic or Other Relevant Premises

      1. 1.Requirements for keeping up to 30 litres of petrol in suitable portable containers or in a single demountable fuel tank

      2. 2.Requirements for keeping of up to 275 litres of petrol

      3. 3.Common storage requirements for the keeping of intermediate quantities of petrol

      4. 4.Notification of petrol storage

      5. 5.Calculating the amount of petrol kept in a storage place

      6. 6.Suitable portable containers

      7. 7.Interpretation

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      PORTABLE PETROL STORAGE CONTAINERS

      1. 1.A portable petrol storage container must— (a) have a nominal...

      2. 2.In paragraph 1— “nominal capacity” means the maximum volume of...

    4. SCHEDULE 4

      1. PART 1 Repeals and revocations

      2. PART 2

        1. 1.In section 143(4)(a) (regulations for building near dangerous businesses) of...

        2. 2.For section 69(8) (control of petroleum-filling stations) of the London...

        3. 3.In section 73 (derelict petrol tanks) of the Public Health...

        4. 4.In section 94 (disused petrol containers) of the Civic Government...

        5. 5.In article 3(e) of the Isles of Scilly (Functions) Order...

        6. 6.In the Dangerous Substances in Harbour Areas Regulations 1987—

        7. 7.In the Dangerous Substances (notification and marking of sites) Regulations...

        8. 8.In paragraph (10) of regulation 7 (labelling of dangerous substances...

        9. 9.In the Health and Safety (Fees) Regulations 2012—

  7. Explanatory Note

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