§ 420.9. Specifications for commercial propane, butane and mixtures--Identification of vehicles...
Oklahoma Statutes AnnotatedTitle 52. Oil and GasEffective: November 1, 2022
Effective: November 1, 2022
52 Okl.St.Ann. § 420.9
§ 420.9. Specifications for commercial propane, butane and mixtures--Identification of vehicles--Motor carriers--Transportation out of state--Retail deliveries
A. All liquefied petroleum gases designated as commercial propane, commercial butane or mixtures thereof, sold for consumption in this state, shall, when subjected to the test methods of the GPA Midstream Association, meet applicable specifications adopted as tentative standards by the Association for the particular product sold.
D. Transport trucks transporting liquefied petroleum gases intrastate which are owned or operated by a person subject to and licensed by the Oklahoma Liquefied Petroleum Gas Regulation Act shall not be required to obtain or possess an intrastate motor carrier or private carrier license issued by the Oklahoma Corporation Commission.
F. At least one attendant shall remain close to the transfer connection from the time the connections are first made until they are finally disconnected, during the transfer of the product. During the actual transfer of liquids into containers at domestic type dwellings and installations, the attendant shall not enter into any type of enclosure including but not limited to truck cabs, dwellings and barns and shall maintain visual contact with the liquid level gauge at all times.
Laws 1953, p. 225, § 9, emerg. eff. June 30, 1953; Laws 1955, p. 287, § 2; Laws 1965, c. 127, § 6, emerg. eff. May 24, 1965; Laws 1994, c. 330, § 6, emerg. eff. June 8, 1994; Laws 1999, c. 366, § 5, eff. July 1, 1999; Laws 2018, c. 177, § 5, emerg. eff. May 2, 2018; Laws 2022, c. 330, § 3, eff. Nov. 1, 2022.
52 Okl. St. Ann. § 420.9, OK ST T. 52 § 420.9
Current with legislation of the First Regular Session of the 59th Legislature (2023) and the First Extraordinary Session of the 59th Legislature (2023). Some sections may be more current, see credits for details.
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