Fuels Information Regulations, No. 1

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Fuels Information Regulations, No. 1

C.R.C., c. 407CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT, 1999
Regulations Respecting Information Regarding the Chemical Composition of FuelsShort Title

1 These Regulations may be cited as the Fuels Information Regulations, No. 1.

2 [Repealed, SOR/2000-104, s. 1]

Application

3 These Regulations apply to fuels in liquid form that originate from crude oils, coal or bituminous sands.

Information

4 (1) Every person who produces in Canada or imports into Canada more than 400 cubic metres of a fuel named in an item of Form 1 of the schedule shall submit to the Minister, for each quarter of the calendar year during which the fuel was produced or imported, the information required by that Form.
(2) Information submitted pursuant to subsection (1) shall be submitted on or before January 31st following the end of the calendar year during which the fuel was produced or imported.

SOR/79-280, s. 1.

5 (1) Every person who produces in Canada or imports into Canada a fuel that contains any additive other than lead or lead compounds shall submit to the Minister, in respect of each additive not previously reported to the Minister under these Regulations, the information required by Form 2 of the schedule within 60 days of selling a cumulative total of 400 cubic metres of the fuel containing that additive within a calendar year.
(2) Where any change occurs in the information submitted by a person as required by section 1, 2 or 4 of Form 2 of the schedule, that person shall, within 60 days of the change, report the change to the Minister.

SOR/79-280, s. 2.

SCHEDULE(ss. 4 and 5)

FORM 1Report on Sulphur Content

Reporting Period

Company Name

Facility Name

Telephone

Facility Address

Fuels Produced or Imported for Use or Sale in Canada

Quantity Refined, Produced or Imported (Cubic Metres)

Sulphur Content (Weight %)

Item
Name of Fuel
API Gravity
Highest
Lowest
Weighted Average

1
Aviation Turbo Fuel

2
Motor Gasoline

(a) lead free

(b) regular

(c) premium

3
Kerosene and Stove Oil

4
Diesel Oil (by type)

5
No. 2 Light Fuel Oil

6
Heavy Fuel Oil

(a) #4

(b) #5

(c) #6

7
Synthetic Crude (sold as fuel)

8
A fuel other than the fuels named in items 1 to 5

(Signature of Authorized Company Official)

(Title)

(Date Signed)

FORM 2Liquid Fuel Additive Report

(To be Submitted once for each Fuel Additive.)

Fuel Manufacturer/Importer Telephone
Address
Additive Manufacturer Telephone
Address

1
Type of Fuel

Brand Name of Additive

Purpose of Additive

Quantity Used Annually

2
Fuel Additive Concentration (mg/litre)

Highest
Lowest
Weighted Average

3
Composition of Fuel Additive

Complete either paragraph (a) or (b) or attach a copy of a letter from the fuel additive manufacturer attesting to the fact that the information required by paragraph (a) or (b) has been forwarded to Environment Canada

(a) Chemical name of each Constituent
Approx. % by weight

(b) Element
Approx. % by weight

Carbon
}

Hydrogen
(total)

Oxygen

(list other elements that individually account for more than 0.1% of the additive weight)

4
[Revoked, SOR/80-138, s. 1]

SOR/79-280, ss. 3, 4;
SOR/80-138, s. 1.