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FEDERAL ENERGY OFFICE
Form Approved OMB 180-R-0015
Mandatory Petroleum Products
WHO SHOULD SUBMIT:
Suppliers of residual fuel (#4, #5, & #6) for heating end-uses must submit this notification in triplicate to the appropriate FEO Regional Office for any purchaser who has exceeded his allotted heating usage (based on the required temperature reduction)
for two successive months. Each supplier must complete a separate notification for each purchaser who has had excessive use. HOW TO COMPLETE ITEMS ON FORM FEO-500(1-74): 1. Supplier - Name of Company & Brand
la. Enter the corporate name of supplier.
1b. Enter brand of supplier (if applicable). 2. Supplier - Address of Company
2a. Enter street number and street name of company location.
2d. Enter Zip Code of company location.
Enter nine (9) digit EIN as assigned by Internal Revenue Service (IRS). 4. Supplier - Person to Contact
4a. Enter name of person to contact.
4b. Enter telephone number, including area code, where that person can be contacted. 5. Excessive User - Name of Company
Sa. Enter corporate name, or other name as appropriate, of excessive user. 6. Excessive User - Address of Company
6a. Enter street number and street name of company location.
Enter state of company location.
7a. Enter nine (9) digit EIN as assigned by IRS, if known. 8. Excessive User - Person to Contact
8a. Enter name of person to contact.
8b. Enter telephone number, including area code, where that person can be contacted for further information. 9. Excessive User - Address for Deliveries (if different from above)
9a. Enter street number and street name of delivery location.
Enter Zip Code of delivery location. 10. Date
Enter date by year, month, day; For example - 74/01/15. 11.
Type of Fuel
- Check appropriate type for report being made. 12. Purchaser's actual usage during preceding two months
12a. Enter actual usage by purchaser covered in this report during the preceding two months, in gallons. 13. Calculated usage during preceding two months 13a.
Enter the calculated amount in gallons which the purchaser should have used during the preceding two months based
on the required temperature reduction. 14. Amount of Excessive Usage
14a. Enter the difference between the actual and calculated usage amounts; item #12 minus item #13. Percent Excessive Usage 15a. Enter the percentage by which the actual usage exceeded the calculated usage over the preceding two months; item #14
divided by item #13. 16. Other Significant Factors or Remarks.
G TWX Number
H This report is for: E (Include Zip Code)
0 II. Priority Use Status of Customer/Owner
Butane with Respect to Propane
E Non-priority User с Gas Utility
Anticipated Withdrawals Between as of
October 3, 1973 and April 30, 1974 Name and Address of Storage Facility
October 3, 1973
For Priority Use For Non-Priority
In 1,000 Gallons
IV. Propane Consumption/Source Data
between October 3, 1972, and April 30, 1973:
between October 3, 1973, and April 30, 1974 by source:
3. Withdrawals (Total from III above)
of prorancair mixtures to supplement normal supplies of
high demands) hetween October 3, 1973, and April 30, 1974
1. 2. 3.
Title 18 USC Sec. 1001 makes it a crime for any person knowingly and willfully to make to any department or agency of the United States any false, fictitirus or fraudulent statements or representations as to any matter within its jurisdiction. FEO 101 (01-07-74) 6OM Supercedes OOG-PAP-B (11-73)
NOTE: These sources of supply will continue to supply you. They will continue to supply you in ihe same proportions as last year,
however, should your supplier have a lesser supply than is needed to fulfill all priority requirements, you will receive a prorata share of available propane. If any sources are no longer available (for reasons other than withdrawal from your market), omit them in calculating percentages.
It is not necessary to itemize all sources by name. A separate sheet can be sent to each supplier showing that suppliers' name & volume of purchases from him, and what % of the total his volume represents.
I hereby certify that I have made my customers aware of the propane shortage, of the need for conservation of propane and other fuels and of ways by which fuel savings can be achieved.
I certify that the above information contained in the accompanying reports are true and accurate.
Title 18 USC Sec. 1001 makes it a crime for any person knowingly and willfully to make to any department or agency of the US any false, fictitious or fraudulent statements or representations as to any matter within its jurisdiction.
Note: This report must be delivered to suppliers twelve (12) days prior to the beginning of the current reporting month.
FEO-102 (1-7-74) 60
INSTRUCTION FOR COMPLETING PROPANE RESELLER MONTHLY REPORT (FEO-102)
This reseller monthly report is to be completed by each reseller, and be used as certification of
ship must sign this report. If this Officer wishes to have an employee of
initial report submitted by the reporting firm.
Part II, III, IV:
The totals of this information is readily transferable to this report. This report must be delivered to your suppliers twelve (12) working days prior to the end of each month.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FORM FEO 600-1,-2,-3,4 (1-4-74)
"Petrochemical Feedstocks Application for Over-Ceiling Price Purchase and/or Assignment of Supplier"
WHO SHOULD SUBMIT: Any "Petrochemical Producer” (as defined in the subsection entitled “Petrochemical Feedstocks” of Mandatory Fuel Allocation Regulations, Chapter II, Title 10, Code of Federal Regulations), who is unable to purchase within ceiling prices quantities of feedstocks sufficient to meet current requirements, and who desires:
•Permission to purchase feedstocks in excess (but not more than 15% in excess) of the current ceiling price, or
•Assignment of supplier(s) to provide supplies, or
The feedstocks sought may be for any or all of the three purposes listed under Item G of this form.
WHERE TO SUBMIT: Federal Energy Office
Petrochemical Feedstocks Fuel Manager
SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS: The following instructions relate to specific items within the form.
Separate forms must be submitted for each individual plant.
The “Contact Official" is that official whom FEO should contact should additional information regarding the application be required.
Check F.1 if permission to purchase at prices in excess (but not over 15% in excess) of current ceiling price is desired, and indicate the quantity of feedstock applicant desires to buy.
Check F.2 if applicant is unable to purchase sufficient feedstocks and assignment of supplier(s) is desired; indicate the quantity of feedstock applicant desires from assigned supplier(s).
In the event that the applicant is able to obtain a portion of his additional feedstock supply requirement at a price above the current ceiling price, but needs assignment of supplier(s) for the remainder, both boxes F.1 and F.2 should be checked, and the applicable quantities in. dicated on each line.
If more than one feedstock is involved, the applicable portion of the quantities on lines F.1 and
Applicant should bear in mind that if FEO assigns a supplier, the applicant and the supplier will be assessed an administrative fee of $0.25 each, per barrel assigned.
Check box G.1 if applicant qualifies for feedstocks due to inability of applicant's supplier(s) to meet contractual commitments.
Check G.2 if applicant qualifies for feedstocks because the total supply committed to the applicant by contract and otherwise is less than the quantity of feedstock supplies actually processed in 1972.