TX NATURAL RESOURCES CODE

TITLE 3. OIL AND GAS

SUBTITLE A. ADMINISTRATION

CHAPTER 114. OIL TANKER VEHICLES

SUBCHAPTER B. CARGO MANIFEST



§ 114.011. CARGO MANIFEST REQUIRED.
     A cargo manifest must be carried in each oil tanker vehicle transporting liquid hydrocarbons on a public highway in this state and must be presented on request for inspection as provided by Section 114.101 of this code.

Added by Acts 1983, 68th Leg., p. 1230, ch. 263, § 30, eff. Sept. 1, 1983.

§ 114.012. CONTENTS OF CARGO MANIFEST.
     For each load of liquid hydrocarbons loaded onto and transported by an oil tanker vehicle, the cargo manifest must include:
          (1) an identification of the lease or facility from which the liquid hydrocarbons were removed which must include:
               (A) the lease or facility name; and
               (B) the name of the operator of the lease or facility;
          (2) the total quantity of liquid hydrocarbons removed from the lease or facility and loaded onto the oil tanker vehicle;
          (3) the date and hour when the liquid hydrocarbons were removed from the lease or facility and loaded onto the oil tanker vehicle;
          (4) the identity of the transporter which must include:
               (A) the company or individual transporter's name and address;
               (B) the oil tanker vehicle driver's name; and
               (C) a unique number for the oil tanker vehicle that for a truck tractor and semitrailer type oil tanker vehicle must include unique vehicle numbers for both truck tractor and semitrailer; and
          (5) the intended point of destination for the liquid hydrocarbons, including the name of the receiving facility.

Added by Acts 1983, 68th Leg., p. 1230, ch. 263, § 30, eff. Sept. 1, 1983.

§ 114.013. COPY OF CARGO MANIFEST LEFT AT LEASE OR FACILITY.
     (a) A copy of the cargo manifest must be left at the
      lease or facility from which the liquid hydrocarbons were removed or delivered to the lease or facility operator, his agent, or his representative.
     (b) The requirements of this section may be met by leaving a separate document at the lease or facility from which the liquid hydrocarbons were removed or delivering to the lease or facility operator a separate document that includes information required under Subdivisions (1)-(3) and Subdivisions (4)(A) and (B), Section 114.012, of this code.
     (c) If more than one load of liquid hydrocarbons are removed from a single tank or other container of liquid hydrocarbons within a period of 24 consecutive hours, Subdivisions (2) and (3), Section 114.012, of this code may be met for purposes of this section by a separate document that includes:
          (1) the total quantity of liquid hydrocarbons removed;
          (2) the date and hour the first load was removed; and
          (3) the date and hour the last load was removed.
     (d) If the operator of a facility requires that a transporter leave at the facility or deliver to the operator a document other than the transporter's cargo manifest, a transporter may meet the requirements of this section by leaving those specified documents at an agreed location or delivering the document to the operator.

Added by Acts 1983, 68th Leg., p. 1230, ch. 263, § 30, eff. Sept. 1, 1983.

§ 114.014. CARGO MANIFEST RECORDS.
     After the delivery of all liquid hydrocarbons in an oil tanker vehicle is completed, the cargo manifest must be maintained in the records of the transporter for a period of not less than two years from the date the liquid hydrocarbons are removed from the oil tanker vehicle.

Added by Acts 1983, 68th Leg., p. 1230, ch. 263, § 30, eff. Sept. 1, 1983.