Parts V and VI of the Petroleum (Safety Measures) Act 1984 disapplied to gas supplied to ‘consumers’


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Dateline 2022-01-24, Lexology:

The Petroleum (Safety Measures) (Amendment) Act 1993 (‘Amendment Act’) will come into operation on 2 February 2022 pursuant to Legislative Supplement B (P.U.(B)) 41/2022.

When the Amendment Act comes into operation, the Petroleum (Safety Measures) Act 1984 (‘Principal Act’) will be amended as follows:

Part V of the Principal Act (which provides for the transportation of petroleum by pipelines) will cease to apply to the supply of gas to consumers through pipelines under the Gas Supply Act 1993 (‘Gas Supply Act’); and
Part VI of the Principal Act (which provides for the storage and handling of petroleum) will cease to apply to a licensee under the Gas Supply Act for the supply of gas to consumers through pipelines from the storage tank or cylinder specifically used for reticulation of gas to any apparatus in any premises.

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