Oxygenated Gasoline: Reporting
(1)Each CAR or blender CAR shall submit a report for each control period defined in OAR 340-258-0110 (Oxygenated Gasoline: Purpose and General Requirements)(2), reflecting the compliance information detailed in 340-258-0140 (Oxygenated Gasoline: Per Gallon Oxygen Content Standard) or 340-258-0150 (Oxygenated Gasoline: Average Oxygen Content Standard), as applicable. Reports are due to the Department on the 30th day of the month following the close of the control period for which the information is required. Reports must be filed on forms provided by the Department.
(2)If the CO Contingency Provision, as specified in OAR 340-258-0310 (Oxygenated Gasoline: Contingency Provision for Carbon Monoxide Nonattainment Areas), is triggered, each CAR or blender CAR shall submit the information described in section (1) of this rule after the first half of the control period and at the end of the control period. Reports are due to the Department on the 30th day of the month following the end of each two month segment of the control period.
(3)Each time that physical custody or title of gasoline destined for a control area is transferred, except when gasoline is sold or dispensed for use in motor vehicles at a retail outlet or wholesale purchaser-consumer facility, the transferor shall provide to the transferee, in addition to, or as part of, normal bills of lading or invoices, a transfer document containing information on the shipment. The transfer document must accompany every shipment of gasoline to a control area after it has been dispensed by a terminal, or the information must be included in the normal paperwork that accompanies each shipment of gasoline. The information must legibly and conspicuously contain the following information:
(a)The date of the transfer;
(b)The name, address and CAR or blender CAR identification number, if applicable of the transferor;
(c)The name, address and CAR or blender CAR identification number, if applicable, of the transferee;
(d)The volume of gasoline being transferred;
(e)The proper identification of the gasoline as non oxygenated or oxygenated;
(f)The location of the gasoline at the time of the transfer;
(g)The type of oxygenate and purity;
(h)The percentage by volume, to the nearest 0.1 percent, of oxygenate in the fuel; and
(i)For gasoline in the gasoline distribution network between the refinery or import facility and the covered area terminal, the oxygen content by weight and the oxygenate volume of the gasoline.
Rule 340-258-0220 — Oxygenated Gasoline: Reporting,