Implementation Date for Diesel Fuel Lubricity Standard
This page last reviewed April 28, 208
RULEMAKING TO CONSIDER AN EMERGENCY REGULATORY AMENDMENT
November 24, 2004
FINAL APPROVAL / OAL ACTION
The Emergency Rulemaking Package was submitted to OAL on December 10, 2004. OAL has until December 20, 2004 to make a Determination.
On December 16, 2004, the Office of Administrative Law approved the amendments to Section 2284, Title 13, California Code of Regulations, which delay implementation of the ARB's new lubricity standard for diesel for 120 days until May 1, 2005. The emergency regulatory action is effective on January 1, 2005, and will expire on May 3, 2005.
ADOPTED REGULATIONS AND MATERIALS SUBMITTED TO OAL
Posted September 8, 2005:
Posted December 20, 2004:
A business or person submitting a comment to a proposed regulation
or proposed amendment or repeal of a regulation or any person who specifically request it has the right to
request a copy of the Final Statement of Reasons (FSOR). Upon its completion, the Final Statement of Reasons
(FSOR) will be available and copies may be requested from the agency contact persons, or may be obtained
in electronic form from this web page.
HEARING ACTION AND SUPPLEMENTAL 15-DAY NOTICES
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE AND RELATED MATERIAL
Rulemaking Activity for 2004