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The Renewable Transport Fuel Obligations Order 2007

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1 INTRODUCTORY PROVISIONS

    1. 1.Citation and commencement

    2. 1A.Review

    3. 2.Interpretation

    4. 3.Definitions of fuels and fuel products

  3. PART 2 RENEWABLE TRANSPORT FUEL OBLIGATIONS

    1. 4.The renewable transport fuel obligation

    2. 4A.Duty of the Secretary of State in respect of the directive

    3. 5.Determinations of amounts of transport fuel

  4. PART 3 THE ADMINISTRATOR

    1. 6.The Administrator

    2. 7.Establishment of RTF Accounts

    3. 8.Power of the Administrator to require further information or evidence

    4. 9.Closures of accounts

    5. 10.Managing accounts

    6. 11.Processing of information and evidence

    7. 12.Duty to require information from obligated suppliers

    8. 13.Power to require information

    9. 13A.Mass balance system

    10. 14.Duty to report to Parliament

    11. 15.Other powers and duties conferred and imposed on the Administrator

  5. PART 4 RTF CERTIFICATES

    1. 16.Application for RTF certificates

    2. 16A.Verifier’s assurance procedures and reports

    3. 16B.Annual verifier’s report on additional sustainability information

    4. 17.Issue of RTF certificates

    5. 17A.Issue of an additional RTF certificate

    6. 18.Transfers of RTF certificates

    7. 19.Use of RTF certificates in later obligation periods

    8. 20.Revocation of an RTF certificate

  6. PART 5 DISCHARGE OF OBLIGATION

    1. 21.Payments

    2. 21A.Calculation of maximum amount of relevant crop renewable transport fuel that may count towards meeting the obligation

    3. 22.Re-cycling of buy-out payments

  7. PART 6 IMPOSITION OF CIVIL PENALTIES

    1. 23.Civil penalties

    2. 24.Objections to civil penalties

  8. PART 7 Transitional provisions

    1. 25.Transitional provisions

    2. 26.Determination of the specified amount

    3. 27.Discharging a renewable transport fuel obligation

    4. 28.Information from obligated suppliers

    5. 29.Application for RTF certificates

    6. 30.Issue of RTF certificates

  9. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE

      SUSTAINABILITY CRITERIA

      1. 1.Interpretation

      2. 2.Compliance with the sustainability criteria

      3. 3.Greenhouse gas emission saving threshold

      4. 4.Minimum emission saving

      5. 5.Default value

      6. 6.Actual value

      7. 7.Land criteria

      8. 8.(1) The categories referred to in paragraph 7(a) are—

      9. 9.(1) The exception referred to in paragraph 7(b) applies if—...

  10. Explanatory Note

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