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TITLE 16ECONOMIC REGULATION
PART 1RAILROAD COMMISSION OF TEXAS
CHAPTER 14REGULATIONS FOR LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS (LNG)
SUBCHAPTER AGENERAL APPLICABILITY AND REQUIREMENTS
RULE §14.2013Licenses and Related Fees

(a) A prospective licensee may apply to LP-Gas Operations for one or more licenses specified in subsection (b)(1) - (8) of this section. Fees required to be paid shall be those established by the Commission and in effect at the time of licensing or renewal.

(b) The license categories and fees are as follows:

  (1) A Category 15 license for container manufacturers and/or fabricators authorizes the manufacture, fabrication, assembly, repair, installation, testing, and sale of LNG containers, including LNG motor or mobile fuel containers and systems, and the repair of transport and transfer systems for use in Texas. The original license fee is $1,000; the renewal fee is $600.

  (2) A Category 20 license for transport outfitters authorizes the subframing, testing, and sale of LNG transport containers; the testing of LNG storage containers; the installation, testing, and sale of LNG motor or mobile fuel containers and systems; and the installation and repair of transport systems and motor or mobile fuel systems for use in Texas. The original license fee is $400; the renewal fee is $200.

  (3) A Category 25 license for carriers authorizes the transportation of LNG by transport, including the loading and unloading of LNG. The original license fee is $1,000; the renewal fee is $300.

  (4) A Category 30 license for general installers and repairmen authorizes the sale, repair, service, and installation of stationary containers and LNG systems. The original license fee is $100; the renewal fee is $70.

  (5) A Category 35 license for retail and wholesale dealers authorizes the storage, sale, transportation, and distribution of LNG and all other activities included in this section, except the manufacture, fabrication, assembly, repair, subframing, and testing of LNG containers. The original license fee is $750; the renewal fee is $300.

  (6) A Category 40 license for general public dispensing stations authorizes the storage, sale, and dispensing of LNG into motor and mobile fuel containers. The original license fee is $150; the renewal fee is $70.

  (7) A Category 45 license for motor fuel authorizes the sale and installation of LNG motor or mobile fuel containers, and the sale, repair, and installation of LNG motor or mobile fuel systems. The original license fee is $100; the renewal fee is $50.

  (8) A Category 50 license for testing laboratories authorizes the testing of LNG containers, LNG motor fuel systems or mobile fuel systems, transfer systems, and transport systems for the purpose of determining the safety of the containers or systems for LNG service, including the necessary installation, disconnection, reconnection, testing, and repair of LNG motor fuel systems or mobile fuel systems, transfer systems, and transport systems involved in the testing of containers. The original license fee is $200; the renewal fee is $100.

(c) An original manufacturer of a new motor vehicle powered by LNG, or a subcontractor of a manufacturer who produces a new LNG powered motor vehicle for the manufacturer, is not subject to the licensing requirements of this title, but shall comply with all other rules in this chapter.

(d) Public or private entities performing LNG activities for their own vehicles are not required to be licensed. Public or private entities performing any LNG activities for the general public are required to be licensed.


Source Note: The provisions of this §14.2013 adopted to be effective May 26, 2003, 28 TexReg 4100; amended to be effective December 24, 2012, 37 TexReg 9921

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