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Subchapter 14. Petroleum Safety Orders--Drilling and Production
Article 1. Application and Variances
(a) The operations to which these orders apply are those generally known as drilling and production. This includes:
| ||(1) Well servicing; rig building; erection and dismantling of derricks and equipment; and raising and lowering of masts.|| |
| ||(2) Pipe line transportation on a lease(s): loading and unloading; storage, blending, and separation of crude oil from water and natural gas.|| |
| ||(3) Research, testing and experimenting.|| |
| ||(4) Construction, operation and maintenance of equipment applicable to the foregoing.|| |
(b) Production of crude oil and/or natural gas shall be considered to end at the point where they leave the last producing facility, change custody, or where gas enters a natural gasoline plant.
(c) Pipe lines delivering gas for use in serving the producing facilities of a lease are included when located on such lease.
Diagrams Indicate the Extent to Which the Petroleum Safety Orders -Drilling and
Production and the Petroleum Safety Orders - Refining, Transportation and
Handling Apply, In Explanation of Article 1, Section 6503(a) and (b)
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| || Note: Authority cited: Section 142.3, Labor Code. Reference: Section 142.3, Labor Code. || |
1. Amendment of section and new Note filed 5-8-95; operative 6-7-95 (Register
95, No. 19).
2. Change without regulatory effect providing more legible illustration filed
3-2-2009 pursuant to section 100, title 1, California Code of Regulations
(Register 2009, No. 10).
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