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A refiner produces a batch of gasoline at its refinery. It collects a sample of the gasoline and conducts certification testing. The sulfur content test result is less than the 80 ppm refinery level standard. The gasoline is then moved to another tank wit
The downstream standard applies to samples of gasoline subsequent to ...
A terminal provides gasoline to a truck at the terminal?s truck rack at the same time the terminal is receiving gasoline into the same storage tank that is supplying the truck. The gasoline already in the terminal?s storage tank is properly classified as
Under the regulation, the terminal must obtain ...
Can a refiner or importer use gasoline sulfur test methods other than ASTM D 2622-98, especially for sulfur levels of 10 ppm and less?
The rule designates ASTM D 2622 as the ...
Assume that the gasoline contained in the storage tank is not classified as SRGAS when the truck begins to receive product, but gasoline classified by the pipeline as SRGAS is being loaded into the terminal storage tank from a pipeline as the truck is bei
Under the regulation the terminal must ...
Can butane blenders generate allotments and credits?
Section 80.340(b)(1) provides ...
Section 80.335(a)(2) requires refiners to retain sample portions for the most recent 20 samples collected, or for each sample collected during the most recent 21 day period, whichever is greater. Is a refinery that produces only one or two batches of gaso
The cited section of the regulation specifies ...
Must a refinery that produces both California gasoline and federal RFG designate each batch produced as either federal RFG or California gasoline, and maintain segregation of both products, even though the gasoline meets the requirements of both programs?
Section 80.375(c) requires ...
Section 80.46(a) was amended by the rule to require the use of ASTM D-3246 to determine the sulfur content of butane. Many refiners and butane suppliers do not currently use that method. Requiring a new method prior to the 2004 effective date of the gasol
The final gasoline sulfur rulemaking amended ...
The sulfur rule says that a small refiner must produce gasoline by processing crude oil through a refinery processing unit. Does our refinery meet that requirement if we produce gasoline by processing crude oil through a processing unit, but we sometimes
Under § 80.225(a), a small refiner is a refiner ...
There is significant difference between "refiner" and "refinery". Portions of the regulations use "refiner" where "refinery" is the appropriate term. While it may be clear from the context that "refinery" is meant, text should be changed to avoid any poss
We agree with the comment ...
Truckers may obtain both premium gasoline and regular gasoline from a terminal in order to supply a retail outlet with midgrade gasoline. In such cases, if a truck obtains a load of gasoline from a terminal that consists of a mixture of gasoline from a te
The regulation specifically exempts gasoline in trucks from ...
What is the Tier 2 Vehicle & Gasoline Sulfur Program?
The Tier 2 Vehicle and Gasoline Sulfur Program is a landmark program ...
What PTD language is required for gasoline that includes both GPA gasoline and S-RGAS, where the S-RGAS has a higher downstream sulfur standard than the GPA gasoline?
Section 80.219(c)(ii) provides ...
What test requirements exist for determination of the sulfur content of denatured ethanol? What test method must be used to determine the sulfur content of ethanol? In the absence of an approved test method, what guidance can the Agency provide fuel ethan
The regulations do not require an ethanol blender ...
Why are credits and allotments expressed in ppm-gallons and not in ppmbarrels, since barrels or thousand barrels are the commercial units used by refiners?
Consistent with the requirements under the RFG program ...
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