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Title: Standby Conservation Plan No. 1: emergency weekend gasoline sales restrictions. Authorities, need, rationale, operation

Abstract

The Emergency Weekend Gasoline Sales Restrictions Plan requires that operators of retail filling stations restrict their gasoline and diesel fuel sales to certain types of commercial and emergency vehicles during specified weekend hours. The restricted hours, within the period of Friday noon to Sunday midnight, would be established by the DOE at the time of implementation of the plan and would be subject to revision while the plan is in operation. During the restricted hours, retail filling station owners would be permitted to sell diesel fuel to all trucks. Gasoline could be sold only to combinations and to single-unit trucks which have 6 tires or more and/or a gross vehicle weight of at least 10,000 pounds. In addition, retail filling station owners would be permitted to sell gasoline or diesel fuel to the following types of vehicles: emergency vehicles; vehicles which are registered as common carriers with the ICC, or which are certified pursuant to ICC regulations; taxicabs, limousines, buses, and other commercial vehicles; commercial marine craft; commercial aircraft; heavy construction and farm equipment; energy production vehicles; Federal, state, and local motor vehicles. The text of the plan is presented; the need for, and the rationale of the plan aremore » discussed. (MCW)« less

Publication Date:
Research Org.:
Department of Energy, Washington, DC (USA). Office of Regulations and Emergency Planning
OSTI Identifier:
6275711
Report Number(s):
DOE/ERA-0040
Resource Type:
Technical Report
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English
Subject:
29 ENERGY PLANNING, POLICY AND ECONOMY; 02 PETROLEUM; DIESEL FUELS; ALLOCATIONS; TRADE; GASOLINE; AIRCRAFT; BUSES; COMMERCIAL SECTOR; COMMODITIES; DEMAND FACTORS; EMERGENCY PLAN; FARM EQUIPMENT; IMPLEMENTATION; INVENTORIES; LAWS; MARITIME TRANSPORT; RESERVES; TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS; TRUCKS; USA; VEHICLES; EQUIPMENT; FUELS; NORTH AMERICA; PETROLEUM PRODUCTS; RESOURCES; SAFETY; TRANSPORT; 293000* - Energy Planning & Policy- Policy, Legislation, & Regulation; 294002 - Energy Planning & Policy- Petroleum; 291000 - Energy Planning & Policy- Conservation; 021000 - Petroleum- Legislation & Regulations

Citation Formats

Not Available. Standby Conservation Plan No. 1: emergency weekend gasoline sales restrictions. Authorities, need, rationale, operation. United States: N. p., 1979. Web. doi:10.2172/6275711.
Not Available. Standby Conservation Plan No. 1: emergency weekend gasoline sales restrictions. Authorities, need, rationale, operation. United States. doi:10.2172/6275711.
Not Available. Thu . "Standby Conservation Plan No. 1: emergency weekend gasoline sales restrictions. Authorities, need, rationale, operation". United States. doi:10.2172/6275711. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/6275711.
@article{osti_6275711,
title = {Standby Conservation Plan No. 1: emergency weekend gasoline sales restrictions. Authorities, need, rationale, operation},
author = {Not Available},
abstractNote = {The Emergency Weekend Gasoline Sales Restrictions Plan requires that operators of retail filling stations restrict their gasoline and diesel fuel sales to certain types of commercial and emergency vehicles during specified weekend hours. The restricted hours, within the period of Friday noon to Sunday midnight, would be established by the DOE at the time of implementation of the plan and would be subject to revision while the plan is in operation. During the restricted hours, retail filling station owners would be permitted to sell diesel fuel to all trucks. Gasoline could be sold only to combinations and to single-unit trucks which have 6 tires or more and/or a gross vehicle weight of at least 10,000 pounds. In addition, retail filling station owners would be permitted to sell gasoline or diesel fuel to the following types of vehicles: emergency vehicles; vehicles which are registered as common carriers with the ICC, or which are certified pursuant to ICC regulations; taxicabs, limousines, buses, and other commercial vehicles; commercial marine craft; commercial aircraft; heavy construction and farm equipment; energy production vehicles; Federal, state, and local motor vehicles. The text of the plan is presented; the need for, and the rationale of the plan are discussed. (MCW)},
doi = {10.2172/6275711},
journal = {},
number = ,
volume = ,
place = {United States},
year = {1979},
month = {2}
}