section 1 of this regulation is notified pursuant
– section 22 fuel Act (2011:319) for 5-6 (a) and 10 sections,
12 § 1 – 3, 5 and 6, section 13, and
– Chapter 8. section 7 of the Constitution in respect of the other provisions.
Additional rules on fuels, see
sulfur Regulation (2014:509). Regulation (2014:538).
section 2 of the terms and expressions in this regulation have the same meaning
as in fuel Act (2011:319).
3 §/expires U: 2015-10-13/
A classification of fuels in any of the classes in the environment
4 to 6 and 8 to 10 of fuel Act (2011:319) should be done with
reference to the test methods set out in the European Parliament
and Council Directive 98/70/EC of 13 October 1998 on the
quality of petrol and diesel fuels and amending
Council Directive 93/12/EEC, as last amended by Commission
Directive 2011/63/EU. Regulation (2012:395).
3 §/comes into force: 2015-10-13/
A classification of fuels in any of environmental classes in 4 to 6 and 8 to 10 of fuel Act (2011:319) should be made taking account of the test methods laid down in European Parliament and Council Directive 98/70/EC of 13 October 1998 relating to the quality of petrol and diesel fuels and amending Council Directive 93/12/EEC, in wording as laid down in Commission directive 2014/77/EU. Regulation (2015:564).
section 4 of the Swedish Transport Agency hearing on an alternative fuel
comply with the requirements of §§ 12-15 fuel Act (2011:319).
Costs for information about faulty fuel
5 § Of the Swedish Transport Agency has rated costs to in a
fuel supply place posting incorrect fuel
According to section 18 of the fuel Act (2011:319), to
fuel supplier reimburse the costs.
Exceptions to the prohibition
section 6 without prejudice to sections 6 and 16 fuel Act (2011:319)
may gasoline, which is intended only for the operation of the engines in
aircraft sale, if the lead content in petrol at 15 degrees
Celsius is not more than 0.8 grams of lead per litre of gasoline.
6 a section despite the ban in section 16 of fuel Act (2011:319) get a
gasoline or diesel fuel marketed to that of
to use the fuel to
1. develop new fuels, engines or emission control
2. adjust fuel, engines or emission control
devices for markets outside the European Union, or
3. in an establishment for the manufacture of vehicle loading
newly manufactured vehicles so that the vehicles can be delivered to their
Marketing on the basis of the first subparagraph may not be there
fuel marketed to other than those referred to in the first
paragraph. Regulation (2012:395).
Reporting on the quality of petrol and diesel fuels
section 7 A fuel vendor reporting of grades sold
and quantities according to § 19 fuel Act (2011:319) should be made
to the Swedish Transport Agency.
section 8 Transport Agency to report on the quality of petrol
and diesel fuel to the European Commission according to article
8 of Directive 98/70/EC.
Reporting of greenhouse gas emissions
9 § fuel vendor reporting on emissions of
greenhouse gases in accordance with section 20 of fuel Act (2011:319) should be made
to the State's energy authority.
Measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
section 10 of the reporting referred to in section 9 shall
fuel provider state what measures
the provider has taken or intends to take to
meet the requirement of section 21 fuel Act (2011:319). On the introduction of measures
taken or intended to be taken together with other
suppliers, this will be indicated by the transmission.
section 11 of the use of biofuels may be regarded as a measure
compliance with the requirement of section 21 fuel Act (2011:319) only
If biodrivmedlet meets the criteria for sustainability
subject to the Act (2010:598) on sustainability criteria for
biofuels and liquid biofuels.
section 12 of the Swedish Transport Agency may provide for
1. obligation for the provider of a service or a
diesel fuel to inform consumers of the proportion
biofuels such as gasoline or diesel fuel has, if
metallic additives in fuel and about the appropriate use of
different fuel mixtures,
2. labelling, presentation, testing and control devices
for replenishment of propellant in order to minimise waste and
safe reversal of petrol vapours,
3. the labelling of devices for the filling of fuel in
order to inform consumers of metallic additives in
the working fluid,
4. the examination referred to in section 4,
5. reporting under section 19 fuel Act (2011:319) and
exemptions from the reporting obligation, and
6. fees for supervision and for case handling.
section 13 of the State's energy authority may provide for
1. how reporting under section 20 of fuel Act (2011:319) to
and if exceptions to the reporting obligation, and
2. how the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in accordance with section 21
fuel teams to be calculated.
section 14 of the supervision of that fuel Act (2011:319), this
Regulation and rules given by virtue of
Regulation shall be exercised by
1. The State's energy authority in relation to section 9, and regulations
has been issued pursuant to section 13, and
2. The Swedish Transport Agency in General.