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Title 10Chapter IISubchapter APart 217


TITLE 10—Energy

CHAPTER II—DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

SUBCHAPTER A—OIL

PART 217—ENERGY PRIORITIES AND ALLOCATIONS SYSTEM

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§217.1
Purpose of this part.
§217.2
Priorities and allocations authority.
§217.3
Program eligibility.
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Subpart B—DEFINITIONS

§217.20
Definitions.
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Subpart C—PLACEMENT OF RATED ORDERS

§217.30
Delegations of authority.
§217.31
Priority ratings.
§217.32
Elements of a rated order.
§217.33
Acceptance and rejection of rated orders.
§217.34
Preferential scheduling.
§217.35
Extension of priority ratings.
§217.36
Changes or cancellations of priority ratings and rated orders.
§217.37
Use of rated orders.
§217.38
Limitations on placing rated orders.
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Subpart D—SPECIAL PRIORITIES ASSISTANCE

§217.40
General provisions.
§217.41
Requests for priority rating authority.
§217.42
Examples of assistance.
§217.43
Criteria for assistance.
§217.44
Instances where assistance may not be provided.
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Subpart E—ALLOCATION ACTIONS

§217.50
Policy.
§217.51
General procedures.
§217.52
Controlling the general distribution of a material in the civilian market.
§217.53
Types of allocation orders.
§217.54
Elements of an allocation order.
§217.55
Mandatory acceptance of an allocation order.
§217.56
Changes or cancellations of an allocation order.
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Subpart F—OFFICIAL ACTIONS

§217.60
General provisions.
§217.61
Rating Authorizations.
§217.62
Directives.
§217.63
Letters and Memoranda of Understanding.
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Subpart G—COMPLIANCE

§217.70
General provisions.
§217.71
Audits and investigations.
§217.72
Compulsory process.
§217.73
Notification of failure to comply.
§217.74
Violations, penalties, and remedies.
§217.75
Compliance conflicts.
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Subpart H—ADJUSTMENTS, EXCEPTIONS, AND APPEALS

§217.80
Adjustments or exceptions.
§217.81
Appeals.
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Subpart I—MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

§217.90
Protection against claims.
§217.91
Records and reports.
§217.92
Applicability of this part and official actions.
§217.93
Communications.
Appendix
Appendix I to Part 217—Sample Form DOE F 544 (05-11)


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