B.C. Reg. 385/80
O.C. 1989/80
Filed September 12, 1980
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Utilities Commission Act


[includes amendments up to B.C. Reg. 46/2003]


1 The following are exempted from the requirement to obtain an energy removal certificate under section 15 of the Utilities Commission Act:

(a) a petroleum product carried by a motor vehicle, aircraft, locomotive or ship in its tank or bunker for its own consumption;

(b) a petroleum product being used for personal consumption while travelling out of the Province including, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, lamp fuel, stove fuel and lubricating greases;

(c) electricity flows resulting from an emergency experienced by a utility that is a member of the Western System Co-ordinating Council;

(d) electricity being supplied to communities near British Columbia's border that, due to their isolation, can be more readily supplied by a utility in British Columbia than one in the jurisdiction in which the community is located;

(e) electricity that leaves the Province as a result of the normal operating schedules of the Western System Co-ordinating Council;

(f) crude oil and condensate;

(g) a petroleum product resulting from manufacturing of crude oil or natural gas or refining of crude oil or a synthetic equivalent of crude oil.

(h) natural gas;

(i) electricity.

[am. B.C. Regs 162/85; 46/2003.]


[Provisions of the Utilities Commission Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 473, relevant to the enactment of this regulation: section 15 (2) (b)]

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