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The Renewable Transport Fuels and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Regulations 2018

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Insertion of regulation 15A

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43.  After regulation 15, insert—

Data allocation system: information on the origin and place of purchase of an energy product received from multiple sources

15A.(1) This regulation applies where a supplier is providing information to the Administrator for the purposes of regulation 13(2) in relation to an energy product (“relevant energy product”) or crude oil (“relevant crude”) which—

(a)has been received by a supplier from multiple sources; and

(b)has become a mixture of energy products or relevant crudes of different origins or places of purchase.

(2) The supplier may use a data allocation system in accordance with this regulation instead of providing information on the origin or place of purchase of the relevant energy product or the relevant crude in the terms required by regulation 13(2).

(3) If the condition in paragraph (4) is met, the supplier may report to the Administrator the ratios of the relevant energy product or the relevant crude used by the refinery (or the refineries) from which the supplier received the material which is subject to the data allocation system.

(4) The condition is that the origin and the place of purchase of the relevant energy product or the relevant crude which is subject to the data allocation system are identical to the origin and the place of purchase attributed to it by that system.

(5) A data allocation system is a system which—

(a)allows amounts of energy products or crude oil of different origins or places of purchase to be mixed (“the mixture”);

(b)provides for the origins or the places of purchase of amounts added to the mixture to be attributed to other amounts withdrawn from the mixture; and

(c)requires the origins or the places of purchase attributed to the sum of the amounts withdrawn from the mixture to be the same, and in the same proportions, as the origins or the places of purchase attributed to the sum of the amounts added to the mixture.

(6) In this regulation, “origin” and “place of purchase” have the meanings given in paragraph 11 of the Schedule..

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