PETROLEUM ACT, [Act No. 30 of dated 6th September, ]. An Act to consolidate and amend the law relating to the import, transport, storage. favour of the petitioner herein. As per Rule of the Petroleum Rules , it is obligatory for the franchisee to obtain a No Objection Certificate from the. 10/6/ Petroleum and Explosives Safety Organisation (PESO):: Sub: Approval of equipments under Petroleum Rules, Dear Sir(s),. Please refer to.
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Home · Public Grievance Portal, Public Domain, Explosives Returns Links 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6. DM/SP Login, DIPP/MHA Login, DGMS Login, ANRS-Ammonium. WHEREAS a draft of the Petroleum (Amendment) Rules, , was In the Petroleum Rules, , (herein after referred to as the said rules). (1) These rules may be called The Petroleum Rules, . (xxv) “Storage Shed” means a building used for the storage of petroleum otherwise than in bulk, .
This licence shall be Date of renewal Date of expiry of Signature and renewable without any licence Office stamp of the concession in fee for licensing authority. Petroleum Licenses: Prohibition of smoking, fires, lights, etc. The Indian Oil Corpo An inspection was carried out. Anand Narayan Singh v. Sivakumar and award the retail outlet dealership to the petitioner.
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Provided that nothing in this rule shall apply to the importation of petroleum exempted under sections 7, 8 and 9 of the Act: Provided further that the furnishing of licence under clause c shall not be necessary for the importation of petroleum Class C, in bulk, in quantity exempted under section 7 of the Act.
Permission of the Commissioner of Customs to unload petroleum.
Restriction on leaky receptacles. Loading of containers. Restriction on passengers, combustible and inflammable cargo.
Provided that nothing in this rule shall prohibit the use of dunnage for packing purposes in the case of coast wise transport of petroleum Class A otherwise than in bulk.
Prohibition of smoking, fires, lights. Restriction on loading and unloading by night. Conditions of carriage of petroleum in bulk by water. Provided that— a nothing in this rule shall apply to vessels registered in a country other than India importing petroleum;. Requirement as to the construction of vessels.
Provided that the licensing authority may, in special circumstances, allow use of such ships or other vessels constructed of materials other than iron or steel under such conditions as it may, in consultation with the Chief Controller, specify. Tank fittings on ships or vessels. Self propelled barges.
Petroleum in bulk on barges and flats. Restriction on cargo or passengers. Petroleum carried as cargo in unberthed passenger ships. Provided further that clause a of the first proviso shall not apply in the case of unberthed passenger ships engaged on voyages in the course of which they do not go beyond 32 kilometres from land.
Prohibition of transport of petroleum Class A by country craft. Restrictions on steamers or tugs employed in towing or attending a petroleum vessel. Ventilations and cleaning of holds and tanks. Provided that nothing in this sub-rule shall apply to any vessel carrying petroleum Class A not exceeding 30 litres or petroleum Class B not exceeding 2, litres or petroleum Class C.
Master of vessels specially responsible. Provided that subject to the provisions of clause c the master or officer in-charge may cause the necessary openings to be opened or unlocked for the purpose of taking on board or unloading petroleum Class B or petroleum Class C for cleaning the tanks or for other sufficient reason;. Agency undertaking ship breaking specially responsible.
Loading and unloading of bulk petroleum. Precautions on suspension of loading or unloading. Prohibition of naked lights, fire and smoking on board a vessel.
Provided that nothing in this rule shall prevent the use on a self-propelled barge of the machinery or propulsion. Prohibition of smoking, fire and lights, during loading or unloading.
Provided that nothing in this rule shall apply— i to the use of lamps, cookers or similar apparatus, electric or otherwise so designed, constructed and maintained as to be incapable of igniting inflammable vapour or in the case of petroleum Class C the use of gally fires;. Fire-extinguishing appliances to be ready for use. Restriction on the simultaneous conveyance of different classes of petroleum. Transport by sea of petroleum which has not been tested.
Conditions of transport by unberthed passenger ships. Maximum quantity allowed to be carried.
Carriage below decks. Provisions of bulkhead. In decked vessels the bulkhead shall reach up to the deck, in all other vessels it shall reach to within 15 centimetres of the gunwale. Prohibition of fire, lights and smoking. Provisions of fire extinguishers. Not less than two such fire-extinguishers shall be placed on the afterdeck. Construction of steam or motor-vessels. Transport in steam or motor-vessels. Precautions shall also be taken to ensure that the space is clear of vapour and all empty containers which have contained petroleum Class A are kept securely closed.
Transport of deck. Conditions of transport by country craft. Tank vehicles.
Provided that the Chief Controller may under exceptional circumstances to be recorded in writing, waive any of the requirements of the third Schedule. This will, inter alia, include approvals for trials of better quality vehicles that will contribute to enhancement of safety of petroleum transportation by road under Indian conditions. Such a manufacturer shall apply to the Chief Controller for approval with particulars of facilities and competent persons available with him and a scrutiny fee of rupee five hundred.
The tank fabrication and mounting drawings in quadruplicate for each type of tank vehicle, along with scrutiny fee of rupee one hundred for each type of tank vehicles shall be submitted to the Chief Controller for approval. Such approval shall be valid for three years from the date of issue of approval and renewable for further period of 3 years on payment of fee of rupees five hundred.
Tank capacity. Restriction on other use. Vehicle for transport otherwise than in bulk. Composite vehicle. Carriage of other articles prohibited. Engines of mechanically propelled vehicles. Electrical installation. Provided that where such generators or motors or switches thereof are installed in an enclosed space, adequate provision shall be made for air circulation to prevent overheating and possible accumulation of inflammable vapours: Provided further that the provisions of this rule except clause i and sub-clause a of clause ii shall not apply for transportation of petroleum Class A otherwise than in bulk exclusively used by helicopters and aeroplanes for aerial crop spraying purposes only.
Means of extinguishing fire to be carried. Additionally, one dry chemical powder type fire extinguisher of 1 kg.
Vehicles to be constantly attended. Provided that such a vehicle, if its tanks or compartments are empty, but not free from petroleum vapour, may be left unattended in places previously approved for the purpose in writing by the Chief Controller. Prohibition as to parking. Licence necessary for the transport in bulk of petroleum Classes A and B.
Restriction against loading and unloading of tank vehicles. Provided that petroleum Class C may be loaded or unloaded at a place where such petroleum is allowed to be stored without licence under sections 7 and 10 of the Act: Provided further that— a a tank wagon may be loaded or unloaded at railway sidings earmarked for the purpose; and.
Provided that nothing in this sub-rule shall restrict filling or replenishment of the fuel tank of an aircraft in accordance with the rule framed under Aircraft Act, 22 of Prohibition of loading of leaky or defective tank vehicles or unlicensed tank vehicles.
Precautions against static charges. Where stand pipes or metallic loading arms are provided, swivel joints shall be electrically continuous. Provided that the Chief Controller may specify a faster loading rate in respect of crude petroleum and petroleum products which have a relative higher conductivity rate. No tank vehicle shall be subjected to splash loading. Precautions against electrical hazards and hazard of a running engine.
The engine shall not be restarted and the battery shall not be connected to the electrical circuit until tanks and valves have been securely closed: Provided that this rule shall not apply in the case of unloading of a tank vehicle into the fuel tank of aircraft in accordance with the rules framed under the Aircraft Act, 22 of or in any other case as may be authorized, in writing, by the Chief Controller subject to such conditions as he may specify in that behalf.
Precautions against movements of vehicles during loading or unloading. Precaution against product contamination. Filling discharge faucet and dip pipes to be kept closed. Where the filling pipes are not provided with a liquid seal, the covers shall be locked or sealed except during the operation of loading a tank vehicle and the keys shall not be carried on the vehicle or the trailer.
Restrictions on loading and unloading of petroleum at night. Prohibition of fires and smoking. Repair of tank. Special provisions for motor conveyances. Right of way to be acquired. Approval of the design and route of the pipeline. Design of pipeline and attachments. Laying of pipeline.
Protection against corrosion. Hydrostatic testing of pipeline. A pipeline or a section thereof showing any significant drop of pressure during the period of testing shall not be used for transporting petroleum until necessary repairs have been carried out and satisfactory retest done. Provided that the Chief Controller may, subject to such conditions as may be specified by him in this behalf, allow retesting of such sections of the pipelines as are protected by sleeves or otherwise— i to contain or prevent leakage at longer intervals, and.
Shut-down of pipelines. Any significant drop in pressure shall be deemed to render the pipeline unfit for transport of petroleum until it is repaired and tested in accordance with rule 98 and on significant drop in shut-down pressure is observed and it passes the test specified in rule Patrolling of pipeline. Provided that one such communication channel shall suffice for a series of parallel pipelines laid close to each other: Provided further that nothing in this sub-rule shall apply to a pipeline if the length thereof does not exceed two kilometres.
Checking of gauges. Additions and alterations in the pipeline. Repair and maintenance of pipeline. The permit so issued shall be preserved by the owner of the pipeline for a period of six months;.
Relaying or repairs to a pipeline in public interest. Power of inspection and examination. Reports of fire or major leakage. Restriction on electric installation and apparatus. Hazardous area. Classification of hazardous area. Extent of hazardous area. Provided that the Chief Controller may, increase or reduce the extent of hazardous area where there are special circumstances which, in his opinion, warrant such increase or reduction, and the persons affected shall be informed of his decision.
Fixed electric apparatus. Fixed electric wiring. Conductors of intrinsically safe circuits shall be effectively protected against mechanical damage. Earthing and bonding. Cathodic protection. Protection against stray current.
Portable electric apparatus. Provided that the Chief Controller may, at his discretion, allow higher operating voltage not exceeding 55 volts above earth. Maintenance of approved electric apparatus and wiring. Repair and test work. The voltage shall not be restored thereto until the work has been completed and the safety characteristics provided in connection with the apparatus and wiring have been fully restored. Certificate of electric installation.
Provided that the certificate issued for each repair and maintenance work need not be preserved for a period exceeding six months. Precautions against corrosion. Licence for storage. Provided that no licence shall be necessary— i for the storage of petroleum in well-headed tanks; or.
Precautions against fire. For installations existing prior to the publication of the standard the fire fighting facilities shall be improved to the extent feasible keeping this standard in mind and approved by the Chief Controller. Supervision of operations within an installation, service station or storage shed. Cleanliness of installation, service station or storage shed.
Exclusion of unauthorized persons. Petroleum only to be stored. Marking of capacity of tanks. Construction of tanks. Provided that if the properties of petroleum to be stored so required or for any other reason it is necessary so to do, tanks or other receptacles may be built of materials other than iron or steel. Testing of tanks. Provided that where the licensing authority is satisfied that it is not reasonably possible to convey water by pipes or pumps other than those ordinarily used for conveyance of petroleum, he may permit use of a petroleum pipe or pump for the conveyance of water subject to such conditions as he may impose.
Name of place, police station, District, State covered by licence No Date of test Full signature of the competent person issuing the certificate His recognized qualification His full name and postal address Earthing of tank. The roof and all metal connections of such tank or receptacle shall be in efficient electrical contact with the body of such tank or receptacle. All joints shall be riveted, welded or bolted and also soldered to ensure both mechanical and electrical soundness.