Kan. Admin. Regs. § 82-3-127 - Documentation required for transportation and storage

Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 39, September 30, 2021

(a) Transportation.
(1) Every person that uses a motor vehicle to transport crude petroleum oil, sediment oil, water or brine produced in assocation with the production of oil or gas shall possess a run ticket or equivalent documents containing the following:
(A) the name and address of the transporter;
(B) the name and license number of the operator of the lease;
(C) the name of the lease or facility from which the above-named fluids were taken and the location of the tank by unit letter, section, township, range and county;
(D) the date and time that fluids were loaded for transportation and unloaded at the destination;
(E) the estimated volume of fluids, or the opening and closing tank gauges or meter readings;
(F) the signature of the driver;
(G) the name and location of the disposal, storage, processing or refining facility to which the fluid is being transported; and
(H) the name and address of the party receiving shipment.
(2) The following information shall be left at the facility from which the fluids were removed:
(A) the name and address of the transporter;
(B) the date and time that fluids were loaded for transportation;
(C) the signature of the driver;
(D) the estimated volume of fluids, or the opening and closing tank gauges or meter readings.
(3) One copy of the documentation shall be carried in the vehicle during transportation and shall be produced for examination and inspection by any representative of the commission or any federal, state, county or city law enforcement officer upon identification and request.
(4) All persons who transport fluids produced in association with the production of oil or gas shall retain a record reflecting the transportation of the fluids for at least three years.
(b) All persons that store, possess or dispose of fluids produced in association with the production of oil or gas shall retain a record reflecting a complete inventory, including detail of the acceptance and disposition of the fluids, for at least three years.

Notes

Kan. Admin. Regs. § 82-3-127
Authorized by and implementing K.S.A. 55-1504; effective, T-83-44, Dec. 8, 1982; effective May 1, 1983; amended May 1, 1987.

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