Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 80 Part 2.djvu/149

This page needs to be proofread.
[80 STAT. 1743]
[80 STAT. 1743]
PRIVATE LAW 89-000—MMMM. DD, 1966

80

STAT.]

PROCLAMATION 3693-DEC. 10, 1965

1743

As used in this subparagraph (1), the term "natural gas liquids" means liqu^d*"?^ ^^^ natural gas products and other hydrocarbons such as isopentane, propane, and butane, or mixtures thereof, recovered from natural gas by means other than refining. Within such maximum level, imports of unfinished oils shall not exceed such percentum of the permissible imports of crude oil and unfinished oils as the Secretary may determine and imports of finished products (other than residual fuel oil to be used as fuel) shall not exceed the level of imports of such products into these districts during the calendar year 1957. (c) The Secretary, having taken into account the standards prescribed for allocation of imports of crude oil and unfinished oils into Puerto Rico, any actions taken pursuant to section 4, and shipments from Puerto Rico into Districts I - IV, shall establish for each allocation period a maximum level of imports into Puerto Rico of crude oil and unfinished oils which, in his judgment, is consonant with the objectives of this proclamation. The maximum level of imports of finished products into Puerto Rico for a particular allocation period shall be approximately the level of such imports during all or part of the calendar year 1958 as determined by the Secretary to be consonant with the purposes of this proclamation or such higher level as the Secretary may determine is required to meet a demand in Puerto Rico for finished products that would not otherwise be met. 3. Subparagraphs 1, 2, and 3 of paragraph (b) of section 3 of Proclamation 3279, as amended, are severally amended to read as follows:

(b)(1) With respect to the allocation of imports of crude oil and unfinished oils into Districts I - IV and into District V, such regulations shall provide, to the extent possible, for a fair and equitable distribution among persons having refinery capacity in these districts in relation to refinery inputs (excluding inputs of crude oil or unfinished oils imported pursuant to clause (4) of paragraph (a) of Section 1). The Secretary may by regulation also provide for the making of such allocations to persons having petrochemical plants in these districts in relation to inputs to such plants (excluding inputs of crude oil or unfinished oils imported pursuant to clause (4) of paragraph (a) of section 1). Provision may be made in the regulations for the making of such allocations on the basis of graduated scales of inputs. Provision shall be made in the regulations for the gradual reduction of allocations made on the basis of the last allocations of imports ot crude oil under the Voluntary Oil Import Program, except that provision shall be made for a more rapid reduction of those allocations based on allocations under the Voluntary Oil Import Program which reflected imports of crude oil in the category now covered by clause (4) of paragraph (a) of section 1. (2) Such regulations shall provide for the allocation of imports of crude oil and unfinished oils into Puerto Rico among persons having refinery capacity in Puerto Rieo in the calendar year 1964 on the basis of estimated requirements, acceptable to the Secretary, of each such person for crude oil and unfinished oils. The regulations shall provide also that if, during a period comprising the same number of months as an allocation period and ending three months before

74 Stat. c 3 3; 77 Stat. 999.

73 Stat. c27; 77 Stat. 964.

Ante., p. 1742.