|(a) Licensees and nonlicensees, such as mass transit
authorities, may use a mobile refueling vehicle for emergency refueling
provided it complies with the following requirements:
(1) The gross vehicle weight (GVW) shall not exceed
the GVW rating. Installation of the container shall not adversely
affect the vehicle.
(2) The vehicle used to transport the container shall
comply with all DOT and Texas placarding requirements.
(3) The LNG cargo container shall have a maximum water
capacity of 200 gallons.
(4) The container, fittings, and transfer equipment
shall be properly secured against displacement.
(b) The individual performing the transfer of LNG shall
be properly trained in all aspects of LNG transfer.
(c) Prior to the mobile refueling vehicle being placed
into service, the licensee or non-licensee shall file with LP-Gas
Operations a drawing showing the mounting, type of container, water
capacity of the container, type of vehicle to be used, and the method
of mounting. The vehicle shall not be placed into service until LP-Gas
Operations ensures that it complies with the applicable rules.
(d) Emergency refueling vehicles are not required to
be registered with LP-Gas Operations.
|Source Note: The provisions of this §14.2310 adopted to be effective May 26, 2003, 28 TexReg 4100; amended to be effective June 5, 2006, 31 TexReg 4607; amended to be effective December 24, 2012, 37 TexReg 9921