Terminal operations refers to:
(a) the use of storage tanks and associated equipment at a site used to store or transfer crude oil, artificial crude or intermediates of fuel products into or out of a pipeline; or



(b) operating activities of a primary distribution installation normally equipped with floating roof tanks that receives gasoline by pipeline, railcar, marine vessel or directly from a refinery.

- 87267/2006-09-17


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Terminal (An assigned area in which containers are prepared ...)


Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Terminals

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