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Title 40Chapter ISubchapter CPart 80


TITLE 40—Protection of Environment

CHAPTER I—ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER C—AIR PROGRAMS (CONTINUED)

PART 80—REGULATION OF FUELS AND FUEL ADDITIVES

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§80.1
Scope.
§80.2
Definitions.
§80.3
Test methods.
§80.4
Right of entry; tests and inspections.
§80.5
Penalties.
§80.7
Requests for information.
§80.8
Sampling methods for gasoline, diesel fuel, fuel additives, and renewable fuels.
§80.9
Rounding a test result for determining conformance with a fuels standard.
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Subpart B—CONTROLS AND PROHIBITIONS

§§80.20-80.21
[Reserved]
§80.22
Controls and prohibitions.
§80.23
Liability for violations.
§80.24
Controls applicable to motor vehicle manufacturers.
§80.25
[Reserved]
§80.26
Confidentiality of information.
§80.27
Controls and prohibitions on gasoline volatility.
§80.28
Liability for violations of gasoline volatility controls and prohibitions.
§80.29
Controls and prohibitions on diesel fuel quality.
§80.30
Liability for violations of diesel fuel control and prohibitions.
§80.32
Controls applicable to liquefied petroleum gas retailers and wholesale purchaser-consumers.
§80.33
Controls applicable to natural gas retailers and wholesale purchaser-consumers.
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Subpart C—OXYGENATED GASOLINE

§80.35
Labeling of retail gasoline pumps; oxygenated gasoline.
§§80.36-80.39
[Reserved]
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Subpart D—REFORMULATED GASOLINE

§80.40
Fuel certification procedures.
§80.41
Standards and requirements for compliance.
§80.42
Simple emissions model.
§§80.43-80.44
[Reserved]
§80.45
Complex emissions model.
§80.46
Measurement of reformulated gasoline and conventional gasoline fuel parameters.
§80.47
Performance-based Analytical Test Method Approach.
§80.48
Augmentation of the complex emission model by vehicle testing.
§80.49
Fuels to be used in augmenting the complex emission model through vehicle testing.
§80.50
General test procedure requirements for augmentation of the emission models.
§80.51
Vehicle test procedures.
§80.52
Vehicle preconditioning.
§§80.53-80.54
[Reserved]
§80.55
Measurement methods for benzene and 1,3-butadiene.
§80.56
Measurement methods for formaldehyde and acetaldehyde.
§§80.57-80.58
[Reserved]
§80.59
General test fleet requirements for vehicle testing.
§80.60
Test fleet requirements for exhaust emission testing.
§80.61
[Reserved]
§80.62
Vehicle test procedures to place vehicles in emitter group sub-fleets.
§§80.63-80.64
[Reserved]
§80.65
General requirements for refiners and importers.
§80.66
Calculation of reformulated gasoline properties.
§80.67
Compliance on average.
§80.68
Compliance surveys.
§80.69
Requirements for downstream oxygenate blending.
§80.70
Covered areas.
§80.71
Descriptions of VOC-control regions.
§80.72
Procedures for opting out of the covered areas.
§80.73
Inability to produce conforming gasoline in extraordinary circumstances.
§80.74
Recordkeeping requirements.
§80.75
Reporting requirements.
§80.76
Registration of refiners, importers or oxygenate blenders.
§80.77
Product transfer documentation.
§80.78
Controls and prohibitions on reformulated gasoline.
§80.79
Liability for violations of the prohibited activities.
§80.80
Penalties.
§80.81
Enforcement exemptions for California gasoline.
§80.82
Butane blending.
§80.83
Renewable oxygenate requirements.
§80.84
Treatment of interface and transmix.
§80.85
Pentane blending.
§80.86
Requirements for producers and importers of pentane used by pentane blenders.
§80.87
Controls and prohibitions for producers, importers, and distributors of pentane for use by pentane blenders.
§§80.88-80.89
[Reserved]
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Subpart E—ANTI-DUMPING

§80.90
Conventional gasoline baseline emissions determination.
§80.91
Individual baseline determination.
§80.92
Baseline auditor requirements.
§80.93
Individual baseline submission and approval.
§80.94
Requirements for gasoline produced at foreign refineries.
§§80.95-80.100
[Reserved]
§80.101
Standards applicable to refiners and importers.
§80.102
[Reserved]
§80.103
Registration of refiners and importers.
§80.104
Recordkeeping requirements.
§80.105
Reporting requirements.
§80.106
Product transfer documents.
§§80.107-80.124
[Reserved]
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Subpart F—ATTEST ENGAGEMENTS

§80.125
Attest engagements.
§80.126
Definitions.
§80.127
Sample size guidelines.
§80.128
Alternative agreed upon procedures for refiners and importers.
§80.129
[Reserved]
§80.130
Agreed upon procedures reports.
§80.131
Agreed upon procedures for GTAB, certain conventional gasoline imported by truck, previously certified gasoline used to produce gasoline, and butane blenders.
§80.132
[Reserved]
§80.133
Agreed-upon procedures for refiners and importers.
§§80.134-80.135
[Reserved]
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Subpart G—DETERGENT GASOLINE

§80.140
Definitions.
§80.141
Interim detergent gasoline program.
§§80.142-80.154
[Reserved]
§80.155
Interim detergent program controls and prohibitions.
§80.156
Liability for violations of the interim detergent program controls and prohibitions.
§80.157
Volumetric additive reconciliation (“VAR”), equipment calibration, and recordkeeping requirements.
§80.158
Product transfer documents (PTDs).
§80.159
Penalties.
§80.160
Exemptions.
§80.161
Detergent additive certification program.
§80.162
Additive compositional data.
§80.163
Detergent certification options.
§80.164
Certification test fuels.
§80.165
Certification test procedures and standards.
§80.166
Carburetor deposit control performance test and test fuel guidelines.
§80.167
Confirmatory testing.
§80.168
Detergent certification program controls and prohibitions.
§80.169
Liability for violations of the detergent certification program controls and prohibitions.
§80.170
Volumetric additive reconciliation (VAR), equipment calibration, and recordkeeping requirements.
§80.171
Product transfer documents (PTDs).
§80.172
Penalties.
§80.173
Exemptions.
§80.174
Addresses.
§80.175
[Reserved]
§80.176
Alternative certification test procedures and standards.
§80.177
Certification test fuels for use with the alternative test procedures and standards.
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Subpart H—GASOLINE SULFUR

General Information

§§80.180-80.185
[Reserved]
§80.190
Who must register with EPA under the sulfur program?

Gasoline Sulfur Standards

§80.195
What are the gasoline sulfur standards for refiners and importers?
§80.200
What gasoline is subject to the sulfur standards and requirements?
§80.205
How is the annual refinery or importer average and corporate pool average sulfur level determined?
§80.210
What sulfur standards apply to gasoline downstream from refineries and importers?
§80.211
What are the requirements for treating imported gasoline as blendstock?
§80.212
What requirements apply to oxygenate blenders?
§80.213
What alternative sulfur standards and requirements apply to transmix processors and transmix blenders?
§80.214
[Reserved]

Geographic Phase-In Program

§80.215
What is the scope of the geographic phase-in program?
§80.216
What standards apply to gasoline produced or imported for use in the GPA?
§80.217
How does a refiner or importer apply for the GPA standards?
§80.218
[Reserved]
§80.219
Designation and downstream requirements for GPA gasoline.
§80.220
What are the downstream standards for GPA gasoline?

Hardship Provisions

§80.225
What is the definition of a small refiner?
§80.230
Who is not eligible for the hardship provisions for small refiners?
§80.235
How does a refiner obtain approval as a small refiner?
§80.240
What are the small refiner gasoline sulfur standards?
§80.245
How does a small refiner apply for a sulfur baseline?
§80.250
How is the small refiner sulfur baseline and volume determined?
§80.255
Compliance plans and demonstration of commitment to produce low sulfur gasoline.
§80.260
What are the procedures and requirements for obtaining a hardship extension?
§80.265
How will the EPA approve or disapprove a hardship extension application?
§80.270
Can a refiner seek temporary relief from the requirements of this subpart?

Allotment Trading Program

§80.271
How can a small refiner obtain an adjustment of its 2004-2007 per-gallon cap standard?
§80.275
How are allotments generated and used?

Averaging, Banking and Trading (ABT) Program—General Information

§80.280
[Reserved]
§80.285
Who may generate credits under the ABT program?
§80.290
How does a refiner apply for a sulfur baseline?

ABT Program—Baseline Determination

§80.295
How is a refinery sulfur baseline determined?
§80.300
[Reserved]

ABT Program—Credit Generation

§80.305
How are credits generated during the time period 2000 through 2003?
§80.310
How are credits generated beginning in 2004?

ABT Program—Credit Use

§80.315
How are credits used and what are the limitations on credit use?
§§80.320-80.325
[Reserved]

Sampling, Testing and Retention Requirements for Refiners and Importers

§80.330
What are the sampling and testing requirements for refiners and importers?
§80.335
What gasoline sample retention requirements apply to refiners and importers?
§80.340
What standards and requirements apply to refiners producing gasoline by blending blendstocks into previously certified gasoline (PCG)?
§80.345
[Reserved]
§80.350
What alternative sulfur standards and requirements apply to importers who transport gasoline by truck?
§80.355
[Reserved]

Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements

§80.360
[Reserved]
§80.365
What records must be kept?
§80.370
What are the sulfur reporting requirements?
§§80.371-80.373
[Reserved]

Exemptions

§80.374
What if a refiner or importer is unable to produce gasoline conforming to the requirements of this subpart?
§80.375
What requirements apply to California gasoline?
§80.380
What are the requirements for obtaining an exemption for gasoline used for research, development or testing purposes?
§80.382
What requirements apply to gasoline for use in American Samoa, Guam and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands?

Violation Provisions

§80.385
What acts are prohibited under the gasoline sulfur program?
§80.390
What evidence may be used to determine compliance with the prohibitions and requirements of this subpart and liability for violations of this subpart?
§80.395
Who is liable for violations under the gasoline sulfur program?
§80.400
What defenses apply to persons deemed liable for a violation of a prohibited act?
§80.405
What penalties apply under this subpart?

Provisions for Foreign Refiners With Individual Sulfur Baselines

§80.410
What are the additional requirements for gasoline produced at foreign refineries having individual small refiner sulfur baselines, foreign refineries granted temporary relief under §80.270, or baselines for generating credits during 2000 through 2003?

Attest Engagements

§80.415
What are the attest engagement requirements for gasoline sulfur compliance applicable to refiners and importers?
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Subpart I—MOTOR VEHICLE DIESEL FUEL; NONROAD, LOCOMOTIVE, AND MARINE DIESEL FUEL; AND ECA MARINE FUEL

General Information

§80.500
What are the implementation dates for the motor vehicle diesel fuel sulfur control program?
§80.501
What fuel is subject to the provisions of this subpart?
§80.502
What definitions apply for purposes of this subpart?
§§80.503-80.509
[Reserved]
§80.510
What are the standards and marker requirements for NRLM diesel fuel and ECA marine fuel?
§80.511
What are the per-gallon and marker requirements that apply to NRLM diesel fuel, ECA marine fuel, and heating oil downstream of the refiner or importer?
§80.512
May an importer treat diesel fuel as blendstock?
§80.513
What provisions apply to transmix processing facilities and pipelines that produce diesel fuel from pipeline interface?
§§80.514-80.519
[Reserved]

Motor Vehicle Diesel Fuel Standards and Requirements

§80.520
What are the standards and dye requirements for motor vehicle diesel fuel?
§80.521
What are the standards and identification requirements for diesel fuel additives?
§80.522
May used motor oil be dispensed into diesel motor vehicles or nonroad diesel engines?
§80.523
[Reserved]
§80.524
What sulfur content standard applies to motor vehicle diesel fuel downstream of the refinery or importer?
§80.525
What requirements apply to kerosene blenders?
§80.526
[Reserved]
§80.527
Under what conditions may motor vehicle diesel fuel subject to the 15 ppm sulfur standard be downgraded to motor vehicle diesel fuel subject to the 500 ppm sulfur standard?
§§80.528-80.529
[Reserved]

Temporary Compliance Option

§80.530
Under what conditions can 500 ppm motor vehicle diesel fuel be produced or imported after May 31, 2006?
§80.531
How are motor vehicle diesel fuel credits generated?
§80.532
How are motor vehicle diesel fuel credits used and transferred?
§80.533
How does a refiner or importer apply for a motor vehicle or non-highway baseline for the generation of NRLM credits or the use of the NRLM small refiner compliance options?
§80.534
[Reserved]
§80.535
How are NRLM diesel fuel credits generated?
§80.536
How are NRLM diesel fuel credits used and transferred?
§§80.537-80.539
[Reserved]

Geographic Phase-In Provisions

§80.540
How may a refiner be approved to produce gasoline under the GPA gasoline sulfur standards in 2007 and 2008?
§§80.541-80.549
[Reserved]

Small Refiner Hardship Provisions

§80.550
What is the definition of a motor vehicle diesel fuel small refiner or a NRLM diesel fuel small refiner under this subpart?
§80.551
How does a refiner obtain approval as a small refiner under this subpart?
§80.552
What compliance options are available to motor vehicle diesel fuel small refiners?
§80.553
Under what conditions may the small refiner gasoline sulfur standards be extended for a small refiner of motor vehicle diesel fuel?
§80.554
What compliance options are available to NRLM diesel fuel small refiners?
§80.555
What provisions are available to a large refiner that acquires a small refiner or one or more of its refineries?
§§80.556-80.559
[Reserved]

Other Hardship Provisions

§80.560
How can a refiner seek temporary relief from the requirements of this subpart in case of extreme hardship circumstances?
§80.561
How can a refiner or importer seek temporary relief from the requirements of this subpart in case of extreme unforeseen circumstances?
§§80.562-80.569
[Reserved]

Labeling Requirements

§80.570
What labeling requirements apply to retailers and wholesale purchaser-consumers of diesel fuel beginning June 1, 2006?
§80.571
What labeling requirements apply to retailers and wholesale purchaser-consumers of NRLM diesel fuel or heating oil beginning June 1, 2007?
§80.572
What labeling requirements apply to retailers and wholesale purchaser-consumers of Motor Vehicle, NR, LM and NRLM diesel fuel and heating oil beginning June 1, 2010?
§80.573
What labeling requirements apply to retailers and wholesale purchaser-consumers of NRLM diesel fuel and heating oil beginning June 1, 2012?
§80.574
What labeling requirements apply to retailers and wholesale purchaser-consumers of ECA marine fuel beginning June 1, 2014?
§§80.575-80.579
[Reserved]

Sampling and Testing

§80.580
What are the sampling and testing methods for sulfur?
§80.581
What are the batch testing and sample retention requirements for motor vehicle diesel fuel, NRLM diesel fuel, and ECA marine fuel?
§80.582
What are the sampling and testing methods for the fuel marker?
§80.583
What alternative sampling and testing requirements apply to importers who transport motor vehicle diesel fuel, NRLM diesel fuel, or ECA marine fuel by truck or rail car?
§80.584
What are the precision and accuracy criteria for approval of test methods for determining the sulfur content of motor vehicle diesel fuel, NRLM diesel fuel, and ECA marine fuel?
§80.585
What is the process for approval of a test method for determining the sulfur content of diesel or ECA marine fuel?
§80.586
What are the record retention requirements for test methods approved under this subpart?
§§80.587-80.589
[Reserved]

Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements

§80.590
What are the product transfer document requirements for motor vehicle diesel fuel, NRLM diesel fuel, heating oil, ECA marine fuel, and other distillates?
§80.591
What are the product transfer document requirements for additives to be used in diesel fuel?
§80.592
What records must be kept by entities in the motor vehicle diesel fuel and diesel fuel additive distribution systems?
§80.593
What are the reporting requirements for refiners and importers of motor vehicle diesel fuel subject to temporary refiner relief standards?
§80.594
What are the pre-compliance reporting requirements for motor vehicle diesel fuel?
§80.595
How does a small or GPA refiner apply for a motor vehicle diesel fuel volume baseline for the purpose of extending their gasoline sulfur standards?
§80.596
How is a refinery motor vehicle diesel fuel volume baseline calculated?
§80.597
What are the registration requirements?
§80.598
What are the designation requirements for refiners, importers, and distributors?
§80.599
How do I calculate volume balances for designation purposes?
§80.600
What records must be kept for purposes of the designate and track provisions?
§80.601
What are the reporting requirements for purposes of the designate and track provisions?
§80.602
What records must be kept by entities in the NRLM diesel fuel, ECA marine fuel, and diesel fuel additive production, importation, and distribution systems?
§80.603
What are the pre-compliance reporting requirements for NRLM diesel fuel?
§80.604
What are the annual reporting requirements for refiners and importers of NRLM diesel fuel?

Exemptions

§80.605
[Reserved]
§80.606
What national security exemption applies to fuels covered under this subpart?
§80.607
What are the requirements for obtaining an exemption for diesel fuel or ECA marine fuel used for research, development or testing purposes?
§80.608
What requirements apply to diesel fuel and ECA marine fuel for use in the Territories?
§80.609
[Reserved]

Violation Provisions

§80.610
What acts are prohibited under the diesel fuel sulfur program?
§80.611
What evidence may be used to determine compliance with the prohibitions and requirements of this subpart and liability for violations of this subpart?
§80.612
Who is liable for violations of this subpart?
§80.613
What defenses apply to persons deemed liable for a violation of a prohibited act under this subpart?
§80.614
What are the alternative defense requirements in lieu of §80.613(a)(1)(vi)?
§80.615
What penalties apply under this subpart?
§80.616
What are the enforcement exemptions for California diesel distributed within the State of California?
§80.617
How may California diesel fuel be distributed or sold outside of the State of California?
§§80.618-80.619
[Reserved]

Provisions for Foreign Refiners and Importers for Motor Vehicle Diesel Fuel Subject to a Temporary Compliance Option or Hardship Provision

§80.620
What are the additional requirements for diesel fuel or distillates produced by foreign refineries subject to a temporary refiner compliance option, hardship provisions, or motor vehicle or NRLM diesel fuel credit provisions?
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Subpart J—GASOLINE TOXICS

General Information

§§80.800-80.805
[Reserved]
§80.810
Who shall register with EPA under the gasoline toxics program?

Gasoline Toxics Performance Requirements

§80.815
What are the gasoline toxics performance requirements for refiners and importers?
§80.820
What gasoline is subject to the toxics performance requirements of this subpart?
§80.825
How is the refinery or importer annual average toxics value determined?
§80.830
What requirements apply to oxygenate blenders?
§80.835
What requirements apply to butane blenders?
§80.840
What requirements apply to transmix processors?
§80.845
What requirements apply to California gasoline?
§80.850
How is the compliance baseline determined?
§80.855
What is the compliance baseline for refineries or importers with insufficient data?
§§80.860-80.905
[Reserved]

Baseline Determination

§80.910
How does a refiner or importer apply for a toxics baseline?
§80.915
How are the baseline toxics value and baseline toxics volume determined?
§§80.920-80.980
[Reserved]

Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements

§80.985
What records shall be kept?
§80.990
What are the toxics reporting requirements?

Exemptions

§80.995
What if a refiner or importer is unable to produce gasoline conforming to the requirements of this subpart?
§80.1000
What are the requirements for obtaining an exemption for gasoline used for research, development or testing purposes?

Violation Provisions

§80.1005
What acts are prohibited under the gasoline toxics program?
§80.1010
[Reserved]
§80.1015
Who is liable for violations under the gasoline toxics program?
§80.1020
[Reserved]
§80.1025
What penalties apply under this subpart?

Provisions for Foreign Refiners With Individual Toxics Baselines

§80.1030
What are the requirements for gasoline produced at foreign refineries having individual refiner toxics baselines?

Attest Engagements

§80.1035
What are the attest engagement requirements for gasoline toxics compliance applicable to refiners and importers?
§80.1040
[Reserved]

Additional Rulemaking

§80.1045
What additional rulemaking will EPA conduct?
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Subpart K—RENEWABLE FUEL STANDARD

§80.1100
How is the statutory default requirement for 2006 implemented?
§80.1101
Definitions.
§§80.1102-80.1103
[Reserved]
§80.1104
What are the implementation dates for the Renewable Fuel Standard Program?
§80.1105
What is the Renewable Fuel Standard?
§80.1106
To whom does the Renewable Volume Obligation apply?
§80.1107
How is the Renewable Volume Obligation calculated?
§§80.1108-80.1114
[Reserved]
§80.1115
How are equivalence values assigned to renewable fuel?
§§80.1116-80.1124
[Reserved]
§80.1125
Renewable Identification Numbers (RINs).
§80.1126
How are RINs generated and assigned to batches of renewable fuel by renewable fuel producers or importers?
§80.1127
How are RINs used to demonstrate compliance?
§80.1128
General requirements for RIN distribution.
§80.1129
Requirements for separating RINs from volumes of renewable fuel.
§80.1130
Requirements for exporters of renewable fuels.
§80.1131
Treatment of invalid RINs.
§80.1132
Reported spillage or disposal of renewable fuel.
§§80.1133-80.1140
[Reserved]
§80.1141
Small refinery exemption.
§80.1142
What are the provisions for small refiners under the RFS program?
§80.1143
What are the opt-in provisions for noncontiguous states and territories?
§§80.1144-80.1149
[Reserved]
§80.1150
What are the registration requirements under the RFS program?
§80.1151
What are the recordkeeping requirements under the RFS program?
§80.1152
What are the reporting requirements under the RFS program?
§80.1153
What are the product transfer document (PTD) requirements for the RFS program?
§80.1154
What are the provisions for renewable fuel producers and importers who produce or import less than 10,000 gallons of renewable fuel per year?
§80.1155
What are the additional requirements for a producer of cellulosic biomass ethanol or waste derived ethanol?
§§80.1156-80.1159
[Reserved]
§80.1160
What acts are prohibited under the RFS program?
§80.1161
Who is liable for violations under the RFS program?
§80.1162
[Reserved]
§80.1163
What penalties apply under the RFS program?
§80.1164
What are the attest engagement requirements under the RFS program?
§80.1165
What are the additional requirements under this subpart for a foreign small refiner?
§80.1166
What are the additional requirements under this subpart for a foreign producer of cellulosic biomass ethanol or waste derived ethanol?
§80.1167
What are the additional requirements under this subpart for a foreign RIN owner?
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Subpart L—GASOLINE BENZENE

§§80.1200-80.1219
[Reserved]

General Information

§80.1220
What are the implementation dates for the gasoline benzene program?
§80.1225
Who must register with EPA under the gasoline benzene program?

Gasoline Benzene Requirements

§80.1230
What are the gasoline benzene requirements for refiners and importers?
§80.1235
What gasoline is subject to the benzene requirements of this subpart?
§80.1236
What requirements apply to California gasoline?
§80.1238
How is a refinery's or importer's average benzene concentration determined?
§80.1240
How is a refinery's or importer's compliance with the gasoline benzene requirements of this subpart determined?

Averaging, Banking and Trading (ABT) Program

§80.1270
Who may generate benzene credits under the ABT program?
§80.1275
How are early benzene credits generated?
§80.1280
How are refinery benzene baselines calculated?
§80.1285
How does a refiner apply for a benzene baseline?
§80.1290
How are standard benzene credits generated?
§80.1295
How are gasoline benzene credits used?

Hardship Provisions

§80.1334
What are the requirements for early compliance with the gasoline benzene program?
§80.1335
Can a refiner seek relief from the requirements of this subpart?
§80.1336
What if a refiner or importer cannot produce gasoline conforming to the requirements of this subpart?

Small Refiner Provisions

§80.1338
What criteria must be met to qualify as a small refiner for the gasoline benzene requirements of this subpart?
§80.1339
Who is not eligible for the provisions for small refiners?
§80.1340
How does a refiner obtain approval as a small refiner?
§80.1342
What compliance options are available to small refiners under this subpart?
§80.1343
What hardship relief provisions are available only to small refiners?
§80.1344
What provisions are available to a non-small refiner that acquires one or more of a small refiner's refineries?

Sampling, Testing and Retention Requirements

§80.1347
What are the sampling and testing requirements for refiners and importers?
§80.1348
What gasoline sample retention requirements apply to refiners and importers?
§80.1349
Alternative sampling and testing requirements for importers who import gasoline into the United States by truck.

Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements

§80.1350
What records must be kept?
§80.1352
What are the pre-compliance reporting requirements for the gasoline benzene program?
§80.1354
What are the reporting requirements for the gasoline benzene program?

Attest Engagements

§80.1356
What are the attest engagement requirements for gasoline benzene compliance?

Violations and Penalties

§80.1358
What acts are prohibited under the gasoline benzene program?
§80.1359
What evidence may be used to determine compliance with the prohibitions and requirements of this subpart and liability for violations of this subpart?
§80.1360
Who is liable for violations under the gasoline benzene program?
§80.1361
What penalties apply under the gasoline benzene program?

Foreign Refiners

§80.1363
What are the additional requirements under this subpart for gasoline produced at foreign refineries?
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Subpart M—RENEWABLE FUEL STANDARD

§80.1400
Applicability.
§80.1401
Definitions.
§80.1402
[Reserved]
§80.1403
Which fuels are not subject to the 20% GHG thresholds?
§80.1404
[Reserved]
§80.1405
What are the Renewable Fuel Standards?
§80.1406
Who is an obligated party under the RFS program?
§80.1407
How are the Renewable Volume Obligations calculated?
§§80.1408-80.1414
[Reserved]
§80.1415
How are equivalence values assigned to renewable fuel?
§80.1416
Petition process for evaluation of new renewable fuels pathways.
§§80.1417-80.1424
[Reserved]
§80.1425
Renewable Identification Numbers (RINs).
§80.1426
How are RINs generated and assigned to batches of renewable fuel by renewable fuel producers or importers?
§80.1427
How are RINs used to demonstrate compliance?
§80.1428
General requirements for RIN distribution.
§80.1429
Requirements for separating RINs from volumes of renewable fuel.
§80.1430
Requirements for exporters of renewable fuels.
§80.1431
Treatment of invalid RINs.
§80.1432
Reported spillage or disposal of renewable fuel.
§§80.1433-80.1439
[Reserved]
§80.1440
What are the provisions for blenders who handle and blend less than 250,000 gallons of renewable fuel per year?
§80.1441
Small refinery exemption.
§80.1442
What are the provisions for small refiners under the RFS program?
§80.1443
What are the opt-in provisions for noncontiguous states and territories?
§§80.1444-80.1448
[Reserved]
§80.1449
What are the Production Outlook Report requirements?
§80.1450
What are the registration requirements under the RFS program?
§80.1451
What are the reporting requirements under the RFS program?
§80.1452
What are the requirements related to the EPA Moderated Transaction System (EMTS)?
§80.1453
What are the product transfer document (PTD) requirements for the RFS program?
§80.1454
What are the recordkeeping requirements under the RFS program?
§80.1455
What are the small volume provisions for renewable fuel production facilities and importers?
§80.1456
What are the provisions for cellulosic biofuel waiver credits?
§80.1457
Petition process for aggregate compliance approach for foreign countries.
§§80.1458-80.1459
[Reserved]
§80.1460
What acts are prohibited under the RFS program?
§80.1461
Who is liable for violations under the RFS program?
§80.1462
[Reserved]
§80.1463
What penalties apply under the RFS program?
§80.1464
What are the attest engagement requirements under the RFS program?
§80.1465
What are the additional requirements under this subpart for foreign small refiners, foreign small refineries, and importers of RFS-FRFUEL?
§80.1466
What are the additional requirements under this subpart for RIN- generating foreign producers and importers of renewable fuels for which RINs have been generated by the foreign producer?
§80.1467
What are the additional requirements under this subpart for a foreign RIN owner?
§80.1468
Incorporation by reference.
§80.1469
Requirements for Quality Assurance Plans.
§80.1470
RIN replacement mechanisms for Option A independent third party auditors.
§80.1471
Requirements for QAP auditors.
§80.1472
Requirements for quality assurance audits.
§80.1473
Affirmative defenses.
§80.1474
Replacement requirements for invalidly generated RINs.
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Subpart N—ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR GASOLINE-ETHANOL BLENDS

§80.1500
Definitions.
§80.1501
What are the labeling requirements that apply to retailers and wholesale purchaser-consumers of gasoline-ethanol blends that contain greater than 10 volume percent ethanol and not more than 15 volume percent ethanol?
§80.1502
What are the survey requirements related to gasoline-ethanol blends?
§80.1503
What are the product transfer document requirements for gasoline-ethanol blends, gasolines, and conventional blendstocks for oxygenate blending subject to this subpart?
§80.1504
What acts are prohibited under this subpart?
§80.1505
Who is liable for violations of this subpart?
§80.1506
What penalties apply under this subpart?
§80.1507
What are the defenses for acts prohibited under this subpart?
§80.1508
What evidence may be used to determine compliance with the requirements of this subpart and liability for violations of this subpart?
§80.1509
Rounding a test result for purposes of this subpart N.
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Subpart O—GASOLINE SULFUR

§80.1600
Additional definitions for subpart O.
§80.1601
Fuels subject to the provisions of this subpart.
§80.1602
Applicability.
§80.1603
Gasoline sulfur standards for refiners and importers.
§80.1604
Gasoline sulfur standards and requirements for parties downstream of refiners and importers.
§80.1605
Deficit carryforward for refiners and importers.
§80.1606
[Reserved]
§80.1607
Gasoline sulfur standards and requirements for transmix processors and transmix blenders.
§80.1608
[Reserved]
§80.1609
Oxygenate blender requirements.
§80.1610
Standards and requirements for producers and importers of denatured fuel ethanol and other oxygenates designated for use in transportation fuel.
§80.1611
Standards and requirements for certified ethanol denaturant.
§80.1612
[Reserved]
§80.1613
Standards and other requirements for gasoline additive manufacturers and blenders.
§80.1614
[Reserved]
§80.1615
Credit generation.
§80.1616
Credit use and transfer.
§§80.1617-80.1619
[Reserved]
§80.1620
Small refiner definition.
§80.1621
Small volume refinery definition.
§80.1622
Approval for small refiner and small volume refinery status.
§§80.1623-80.1624
[Reserved]
§80.1625
Hardship provisions.
§§80.1626-80.1629
[Reserved]
§80.1630
Sampling and testing requirements for refiners, gasoline importers and producers and importers of certified ethanol denaturant.
§80.1631
Gasoline, RBOB, and CBOB sample retention requirements.
§§80.1632-80.1639
[Reserved]
§80.1640
Standards and requirements that apply to refiners producing gasoline by blending blendstocks into previously certified gasoline (PCG).
§80.1641
Alternative sulfur standards and requirements that apply to importers who transport gasoline by truck.
§80.1642
Sampling and testing requirements for producers and importers of denatured fuel ethanol and other oxygenates for use by oxygenate blenders.
§80.1643
Sample retention requirements for oxygenate producers and importers.
§80.1644
Sampling and testing requirements for producers and importers of certified ethanol denaturant.
§80.1645
Sample retention requirements for producers and importers of denaturant designated as suitable for the manufacture of denatured fuel ethanol meeting federal quality requirements.
§§80.1646-80.1649
[Reserved]
§80.1650
Registration.
§80.1651
Product transfer document requirements.
§80.1652
Reporting requirements for gasoline refiners, gasoline importers, oxygenate producers, and oxygenate importers.
§80.1653
Recordkeeping.
§80.1654
California gasoline requirements.
§80.1655
National security exemption.
§80.1656
Exemptions for gasoline used for research, development, or testing purposes.
§80.1657
[Reserved]
§80.1658
Requirements for gasoline for use in American Samoa, Guam, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.
§80.1659
[Reserved]
§80.1660
Prohibited acts.
§80.1661
What evidence may be used to determine compliance with the prohibitions and requirements of this subpart and liability for violations of this subpart?
§80.1662
Liability for violations.
§80.1663
Defenses for a violation of a prohibited act.
§80.1664
[Reserved]
§80.1665
Penalties.
§80.1666
Additional requirements for foreign small refiners and foreign small volume refineries.
§80.1667
Attest engagement requirements.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 80—Test for the Determination of Phosphorus in Gasoline
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 80—Test Methods for Lead in Gasoline
Appendix
Appendixes C-G to Part 80 [Reserved]


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