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Statutory Instrument 1999 No. 160

The Petroleum (Current Model Clauses) Order 1999

(The document as of February, 2008. Arhiv.Online Library)

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STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS


1999 No. 160


PETROLEUM

The Petroleum (Current Model Clauses) Order 1999

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 Made27th January 1999 
 Laid before Parliament1st February 1999 
 Coming into force15th February 1999 


ARRANGEMENT OF ORDER

1.Citation and Commencement.
2.Interpretation.
3.Current model clauses.

Schedules

 1.Current model clauses for mining licences deriving from Parts I and III of Schedule 2 to the Petroleum (Production) Regulations 1935 as they had effect on and after 1st October 1957.

 2.Current model clauses for controlled waters or seaward production licences deriving from Schedule 2 to the Petroleum (Production) (Continental Shelf and Territorial Sea) Regulations 1964 or Schedule 4 to the Petroleum (Production) Regulations 1966 as they from time to time had effect.

 3.Current model clauses for landward production licences deriving from Schedule 3 to the Petroleum (Production) Regulations 1966.

 4.Current model clauses for landward production licences deriving from Schedule 4 to the Petroleum (Production) Regulations 1976, as it from time to time had effect, or Schedule 4 to the Petroleum (Production) Regulations 1982.

 5.Current model clauses for seaward production licences deriving from Schedule 5 to the Petroleum (Production) Regulations 1976 as it from time to time had effect.

 6.Current model clauses for seaward production licences deriving from Schedule 5 to the Petroleum (Production) Regulations 1982 as it from time to time had effect.

 7.Current model clauses for methane drainage licences deriving from Schedule 8 to the Petroleum (Production) Regulations 1982 as amended by the Petroleum Act 1987.

 8.Current model clauses for landward development licences deriving from Schedule 5 to the Petroleum (Production) (Landward Areas) Regulations 1984 as amended by the Petroleum Act 1987.

 9.Current model clauses for seaward production licences deriving from Schedule 4 to the Petroleum (Production) (Seaward Areas) Regulations 1988 as it from time to time had effect before 16th December 1996.

 10.Current model clauses for seaward production licences deriving from Schedule 4 to the Petroleum (Production) (Seaward Areas) Regulations 1988 as it had effect on and after 16th December 1996.

 11.Current model clauses for seaward exploration licences deriving from Schedule 5 to the Petroleum (Production) (Seaward Areas) Regulations 1988 as it from time to time had effect.

 12.Current model clauses for landward exploration licences deriving from Schedule 3 to the Petroleum (Production) (Landward Areas) Regulations 1991.

 13.Current model clauses for landward appraisal licences deriving from Schedule 5 to the Petroleum (Production) (Landward Areas) Regulations 1991.

 14.Current model clauses for landward development licences deriving from Schedule 6 to the Petroleum (Production) (Landward Areas) Regulations 1991.

In exercise of the powers conferred on her by section 5(4) of the Petroleum Act 1998[1], the Secretary of State hereby makes the following Order: - 

Citation and commencement
    1.This Order may be cited as the Petroleum (Current Model Clauses) Order 1999 and shall come into force on 15th February 1999.

Interpretation
    2. - (1) In this Order - 

    "the Act" means the Petroleum Act 1998;

    "the current model clauses" has the meaning assigned thereto by section 5(1) of the Act.

    (2) In Part I of a Schedule to this Order, unless the context otherwise requires - 

    (a) any reference to a paragraph is a reference to a paragraph of that Part of that Schedule;

    (b) any reference to Part II is a reference to Part II of that Schedule.

Current model clauses
    3.In relation to a paragraph of Schedule 1 to the Act which is specified in paragraph 1 of Part I of a Schedule to this Order, the current model clauses are those determined in accordance with that Schedule.


John Battle
Minister for Energy and Industry, Department of Trade and Industry

27th January 1999




Notes:

[1] 1998 c.17.back



 

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