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"SEC. 4093. EXEMPTIONS.
"(a) SALES TO MANUFACTURERS OR PRODUCERS FOR RESALL-Under regulations prescribed by the Secretary, no tax shall be imposed by section 4091 on lubricating oils sold to a manufacturer or producer 26 USC 4091. of lubricating oils for resale by him. “(b) USE IN PRODUCING REREFINED OIL
"" (1) SALES TO REREFINERS.—Under regulations prescribed by the Secretary, no tax shall be imposed by section 4091 on lubricating, oil sold for use in mixing with used or waste lubricating oil which has been cleaned, renovated, or rerefined. Any person to whom lubricating oil is sold tar-free under this paragraph shall be treated as the producer of such lubricating oil.
“(2) USE IN PRODUCING REREFINED OIL-Under regulations pre. scribed by the Secretary, no tax shall be imposed by section 4091 on lubricating oil used in producing rerefined oil to the extent that the amount of such lubricating oil does not exceed 55 percent of such rerefined oil.
“(3) REREFINED OIL DEFINED.--For purposes of this subsection, the term 'rerefined oil' means oil 25 percent or more of which is used or waste lubricating oil which has been cleaned, renovated,
or rerefined." (b) CONFORMING AMENDMENT.-Section 4092(a) is amended by 26 USC 4092 striking out “4093” and inserting in lieu thereof “4093(a)”.
(c) CLERICAL AMENDOENT.—The table of sections for subpart B of part III of subchapter A of chapter 32 is amended by striking out the 26 USC 4091. item relating to section 4093 and inserting in lieu thereof the following:
"Sec. 4083. Exemptions." (d) EFFECTIVE Date.—The amendments made by this section shall 26 USC 4093 apply to sales on or after the first day of the first calendar month bote. beginning more than 10 days after the date of the enactment of this Act.
Approved November 9, 1978.
of Conference). SENATE REPORTS: No. 95–529 (Comm. on Finance) and No. 95-1324 (Comm. of
Oci. 25-29, 31, considered and passed Senate, amended.
Vol. 14, No. 45: Nov. 9, Presidential statement
OUTER CONTINENTAL SHELF LANDS ACT
AN ACT To provide for the jurisdiction of the United States over the submerged lands of the outer Continental Shelf, and to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to lease such lands for certain purposes.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That this Act may be cited as the "Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act”. Sec. 2. DEFINITIONS. When used in this Act
(a) The term "outer Continental Shelf” means all submerged lands lying seaward and outside of the area of lands beneath navigable waters as defined in section 2 of the Submerged Lands Act (Public Law 31, Eighty-third Congress, first session), and of which the subsoil and seabed appertain to the United States and are subject to its jurisdiction and control;
(b) The term "Secretary" means the Secretary of the Interior, except that with respect to functions under this Act transferred to, or vested in, the Secretary of Energy or the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission by or pursuant to the Department of Energy Organization Act (42 U.S.Č. 7101 et seq.), the term “Secretary” means the Secretary of Energy, or the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, as the case may be;
(c) The term “lease” means any form of authorization which is issued under section 8 or maintained under section 6 of this Act and which authorizes exploration for, and development and production of, minerals;
(d) The term “person” includes, in addition to a natural person, an association, a State, a political subdivision of a State, or a private, public, or municipal corporation;
(e) The term "coastal zone” means the coastal waters (including the lands therein and thereunder) and the adjacent shorelands (including the waters therein and thereunder), strongly influenced by each other and in proximity to the shorelines of the several coastal States, and includes islands, transition and intertidal areas, salt marshes, wetlands, and beaches, which zone extends seaward to the outer limit of the United States territorial sea and extends inland from the shorelines to the extent necessary to control shorelands, the uses of which have a direct and significant impact on the coastal waters, and the inward boundaries of which may be identified by the several coastal States, pursuant to the authority of section 305(b) (1) of the Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972 (16 U.S.C. 1454 (b) (1));
(f) The term "affected State” means, with respect to any program, plan, lease sale, or other activity, proposed, conducted, or approved pursuant to the provisions of this Act, any State
(1) the laws of which are declared, pursuant to section 4(a) (2) of this Act, to be the law of the United States for the portion of the outer Continental Shelf on which such activity is, or is proposed to be, conducted;
(2) which is, or is proposed to be, directly connected by transportation facilities to any artificial island or structure referred to in section 4(a) (1) of this Act;
(3) which is receiving, or in accordance with the proposed activity will receive, oil for processing, refining, or transshipment which was extracted from the outer Continental Shelf and transported directly to such State by means of vessels or by a combination of means including vessels;
(4) which is designated by the Secretary as a State in which there is a substantial probability of significant impact on or damage to the coastal, marine, or human environment, or a State in which there will be significant changes in the social, governmental, or economic infrastructure, resulting from the exploration, development, and production of oil and gas anywhere on the outer Continental Shelf; or
(5) in which the Secretary finds that because of such activity there is, or will be, a significant risk of serious damage, due to factors such as prevailing winds and currents, to the marine or coastal environment in the event of any oilspill, blowout, or release of oil or gas from vessels, pipelines, or other transship
ment facilities; (g) The term “marine environment” means the physical, atmospheric, and biological components, conditions, and factors which interactively determine the productivity, state, condition, and quality of the marine ecosystem, including the waters of the high seas, the contiguous zone, transitional and intertidal areas, salt marshes, and wetlands within the coastal zone and on the outer Continental Shelf:
(h) The term "coastal environment" means the physical atmospheric, and biological components, conditions, and factors which interactively determine the productivity, state, condition, and quality of the terrestrial ecosystem from the shoreline inward to the boundaries of the coastal zone;
(i) The term "human environment” means the physical, social, and economic components, conditions, and factors which interactively determine the state, condition, and quality of living conditions, employment, and health of those affected, directly or indirectly, by activities occurring on the outer Continental Shelf;
(j) The term “Governor” means the Governor of a State, or the person or entity designated by, or pursuant to, State law to exercise the powers granted to such Governor pursuant to this Act;
(k) The term "exploration" means the process of searching for minerals, including (1) geophysical surveys where magnetic, gravity, seismic, or other systems are used to detect or imply the presence of such minerals, and (2) any drilling, whether on or off known geological structures, including the drilling of a well in which a discovery of oil or natural gas in paying quantities is made and the drilling of any additional delineation well after such discovery which is needed to delineate any reservoir and to enable the lessee to determine whether to proceed with development and production;