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The Offshore Combustion Installations (Pollution Prevention and Control) (Amendment) Regulations 2018

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation and commencement

  3. 2.Amendment of the Offshore Combustion Installations (Pollution Prevention and Control) Regulations 2013

  4. 3.Amendment of regulation 2 (interpretation)

  5. 4.New regulation 2A - aggregation

  6. 5.Substitution of regulation 3 (requirement for permits)

  7. 6.Amendment of regulation 4 (applications for permits)

  8. 7.New Regulation 4A (applications for permits: medium combustion plant)

  9. 8.Amendment of regulation 5 (making applications publicly available)

  10. 9.Amendment of regulation 6 (applications for permits and variation of permits: effects on the environment of other member States)

  11. 10.Amendment of regulation 7 (determining applications)

  12. 11.New regulation 7A (determining applications: medium combustion plant)

  13. 12.Amendment of regulation 8 (granting and refusal of applications)

  14. 13.New regulation 8A (granting and refusal of applications: medium combustion plant)

  15. 14.Amendment of regulation 9 (conditions in permits)

  16. 15.New regulations 9A and 9B (conditions in permits)

  17. 16.Amendment of regulation 10 (emission limit values)

  18. 17.Amendment of regulation 11 (greenhouse gases)

  19. 18.New regulations 11A to 11G

  20. 19.Amendment of regulation 12 (variation of operation of offshore combustion installations)

  21. 20.New regulations 12A and 12B (variation of existing permits and variation of operation)

  22. 21.Amendment of regulation 13 (review of permits)

  23. 22.Amendment of regulation 14 (variation of conditions in permits following a review except further to regulation 13(2)(c))

  24. 23.Amendment of regulation 15 (variation of conditions in permits following a review further to regulation 13(2)(c)

  25. 24.New regulation 15A (review of permits: medium combustion plant)

  26. 25.Amendment of regulation 16 (revocation)

  27. 26.Amendment of regulation 17 (surrenders)

  28. 27.Amendment of regulation 18 (assignments)

  29. 28.Amendment of regulation 20 (transboundary projects in other member States)

  30. 29.Amendment of regulation 21 (register)

  31. 30.New regulation 21A (register of medium combustion plant)

  32. 31.Amendment of regulation 22 (fees)

  33. 32.Amendment of regulation 23 (information notices and reporting)

  34. 33.Amendment of regulation 25 (powers of inspectors)

  35. 34.Amendment of regulation 27 (environmental inspection plans and programmes)

  36. 35.Amendment of regulation 28 (inspections)

  37. 36.Amendment of regulation 29 (reports further to inspections)

  38. 37.Amendment of regulation 33 (appeals)

  39. Signature

  40. Explanatory Note

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