THE PAKISTAN PETROLEUM (REFINING, BLENDING AND MARKETING) RULES, 1971

(Gazette of Pakistan, Extra,1.10.1971)

Notification No. PL-12 (2) 71.(Published in Gazette of Pakistan, Extra. 1.10.1971) In exercise of the powers conferred by section 2 of the Regulation of Mines and Oil-Fields and Mineral Development (Government Control) Act, 1948 (XXIV of 1948), read with section 3 thereof, the Federal Government is pleased to make the following rules:-

PART I
GENERAL

1. Short title and commencement.— (1) These rules may be called the Pakistan Petroleum (Refining, Blending and Marketing) Rules, 1971.

(2) They shall come into force at once.

2. Definitions.- In these rules, unless there is anything Repugnant in the subject or context, –

(a) “agent or dealer” means a person appointed by a marketing company engaged in the sale, distribution or marketing of petroleum products at the dispensing outlets or filling stations belonging to, or installed or rented out to him by the company;

(b) “authority (Director Oil Operations)” means any officer appointed by the Central Government to exercise the powers and perform the functions of the Authority under these rules;

[Notification No. PL-(12)/71. In exercise of the powers conferred by rule 2 (b) of the Pakistan petroleum (Refining, Blending and Marketing) Rules, 1971, the Central Government is pleased to authorize with immediate effect, the Director of Oil Operations, Natural Resource Division, Ministry of Industries and Natural Resources to exercise the powers of the Authority under the aforesaid rules (published in Gaz., Pak, Extra, 1.10.1971)].

(c) “blending plant” means a lubricants blending facility wherein processing, manufacturing or blending is carried on with lubricating oil of the same or different kinds with or without any additives, towards, the completion of a finished product and includes a (brake fluid plant and) grease plant;

(d) “crude oil” means a mineral oil of petroleum origin, consisting mainly of hydrocarbons;

(e) “form” means form set out in Schedule-I;
(f) “marketing company” means a person other than a blending plant (reclamation plant) or refinery engaged in purchasing or obtaining petroleum products from local refineries or blending plants (or reclamation plants) or through sources abroad for selling, distributing or marketing with the approval of the Authority, directly through his agents or dealers at his dispensing outlets or filling stations;

(g) “person” includes any corporation, joint stock company, partnership, association, business trust, organized group of persons whether incorporated or not and the receiver or trustee of any of them;

(h) “petroleum product” means any of the products specified in Schedule – II;

(i) “refinery” means a facility wherein refining of crude oil is carried on towards the completion of all types of petroleum products and includes all other ancillary facilities and equipment required for this purpose;

PART II
REFINING
3. Permission compulsory.— No person shall set up a refinery or refine crude oil except with the prior permission in writing of the Authority.

4. Application for permission.— (1) An application for permission to set up a refinery shall be accompanied by a feasibility report containing the information required in Form 1.

(2) An application for permission shall be in triplicate in Form 1 and shall be accompanied by a free of two thousand rupees, which shall in no case be refunded.

5. Authority may grant or refuse permission.- — (1) The Authority may grant the permission asked for if it is satisfied that the applicant has past experience and adequate finances or can make financial arrangements to the satisfaction of the Authority.

6. Conditions of permission.— A permission granted under rule 5, shall be subject to such conditions, if any, as may be specified therein.

7. Submission of production program to authority.- Every refinery shall not less than one month before the commencement of the first or second half of its financial year, submit to the Authority for its approval the program of production which it proposes to follow in that half year having due regard to the economic interests of the country and its own ability to meet the demands of the market as economically as possible.

8. Approval of production program.- The Authority may approve a program of production submitted under rule 7 subject to such modifications, if any, as it may indicate in its order of approval:

Provided that no such modification shall be made without giving the refinery submitting the program, an opportunity of being heard.

9. Approval necessary for change in production program.- Every refinery shall carry on its production in accordance with the program of production approved under rule 8 and shall not make any change in, or departure from, the program except with the prior approval in writing of the Authority.

10. Power to require processing of crude oil.— (1) The Authority may, by order in writing, require a refinery to process crude oil or feed stock produced in Pakistan or so much of crude oil or feedstocks produced in Pakistan or so much of crude oil produced from concessions abroad in which the Federal Government or an assignee of the Federal Government has acquired
proprietary rights as represents that Government’s or assignee’s share.

(2) While requiring, under sub-rule (1) a refinery to process any crude oil or feedstocks, the Authority shall have due regard to the financial viability or profitability of the refinery its capacity and any existing commitments entered into by the refinery with the approval of the Authority.

(3) No agreement relating to supply, sale, storage, processing or export of crude oil or any petroleum product shall be entered into by any person without the prior approval in writing of the Authority.

11. Authority to approve specifications of products.- Every refinery shall submit to the Authority for its approval the specification of every product it proposes to produce and shall not
produce a product the specification of which has not been approved by the Authority.

(Rule 11A inserted by Notrification No. SRO 700 (1)/2002, dated 2.10.2002) [11A. Authority to approve specifications of imported petroleum products.- No authorized importer shall import petroleum products other than the specifications approved and notified by the Authority from time to time.]

12. Permission necessary for refinery to sell.— (1) No refinery shall sell any of its products for internal consumption except to a marketing company, blending plant or other consumer approved for the purpose of the Authority, nor shall any refinery sell to any such company, plant or consumer a quantity of any product which is in excess of, or less than the quantity specified by the Authority.

(2) While determining, under sub-rule (1), the quantities of any product which a refinery shall sell to a marketing company, blending plant or other consumer, the Authority shall have due regard to any existing agreement entered into by the refinery with the approval of the Authority.

13. Authority to specify minimum crude oil stocks.— Every refinery shall maintain such minimum stocks of crude oil as the Authority may, having due regard to the storage capacity and finances of each individual refinery, by order in writing, require from time to time.

14. Refinery to submit information.- Every refinery shall submit to the Authority or an officer specified by it the information required in Form-II (together with any other information, if any, which may be required by the Authority or the officer so specified) not later than the date indicated in that form.

15. Revocation or amendment of permission.— (1) The Authority may, if in its opinion the public interest so require, revoke a permission, —

(a) Where any person, in the opinion of the Authority, makes willful and unreasonably prolonged default in doing anything required of him by these rules and has been informed in writing to that effect by the Authority.

(b) Where any person violates any of the terms or conditions of his permission and is so informed in writing and does not rectify the violation within the time specified; or

(c) Where any person is, in the opinion of the Authority, unable, by reason of his insolvency, fully and efficiency to discharge the duties and obligations imposed on him by the permission.

(2) Where, in the opinion of the Authority, the public interest so requires, the Authority may, instead of revoking a permission under sub-rule (1), permit it to remain in force in relation to the whole or any part of Pakistan with such alterations or amendments in the terms and conditions of the permission as it thinks fit to make, or upon such new terms and conditions as it may impose.

PART III
BLENDING (AND RECLAMATION)

16. Registration compulsory.— No person shall set up a blending plant or produce finished lubricating oils for sale except with the prior permission in writing of the Authority.

17. Application for registration.— (1) An for permission to set up a blending plant shall be accompanied by a feasibility report containing the information required in Form 1.

(2) An application for permission shall be in triplicate in Form 1 and shall be accompanied by a fee of one thousand rupees which shall in no case be refunded.

COMMENTS

Manufacture of grease. Application for permission. — Such application, held, could be made only as and when required by Authority. Application made for manufacture or grease without invitation of Authority being in violation for rule 17, rejection, therefore, would be justified in circumstances. (1986 CLC 1031)

18. Authority may, grant or refuse permission.— (1) The Authority may grant the permission asked for if it is satisfied that the applicant has past experience and adequate finances or can make financial arrangements to the satisfaction of the Authority.

(2) No person shall, except with the prior permission of the Authority in writing, make any major alteration in, addition to, or extension of the blending plant as approved by the Authority.

19. Conditions of permission.— A permission granted under rule 18 shall be subject to such conditions, if any, as may be specified therein.

20. Approval of production programme.— Every blending plant shall submit to the Authority bi-annually for its approval its overall plan of production and shall not make any change in, or departure from, the programme approved by the Authority except with the prior approval in writing of the Authority.

21. Authority may specify base oils for blending plants.— The Authority may, by order in writing, require a blending plant to process or blend base oils produced in Pakistan.

22. Authority to lay down products specifications.— Every blending plant shall submit to the Authority for its approval the specification of ever product it proposes to produce and shall not produce a product the specification of which has not been approved by the Authority.

23. Authority to specify minimum stocks of base oils and products.— Every blending plant shall maintain such minimum stocks of base oils and the products produced by it as the Authority may, having due regard to the storage capacity and finances of each individual blending plant, by order in writing, require from time to time.

24. Blending plant to submit information.- Every blending plant shall submit to the Authority or an officer specified by it the information required in Form-III (together with any other information, if any, which may be required by the Authority or by the officer so specified) not later than the date indicated in that form.

25. Revocation or amendment of permission.— (1) the Authority may, if in its opinion the public interest so requires, revoke a permission,—

(a) Where any person, in the opinion of the Authority, makes willful and unreasonably prolonged default in doing anything required of him by these rules and has been informed in writing to that effect by the Authority;

(b) Where any person violates any of the terms or conditions of his permission and is so informed in writing and odes not rectify the violation within the time specified; or

(c) Where any person is, in the opinion of the Authority, unable, by reason of his insolvency, fully and efficiency to discharge the duties and obligations imposed on him by the permission.

(2) Where, in the opinion of the Authority, the public interest so requires, the Authority may, instead of revoking a permission under sub-rule (1) permit it to remain in passed in relation to the whole or any part of Pakistan with such alteration or amendments in the terms and conditions of the permission as it thinks fit to make, or upon such new terms and conditions as it may impose.

(3) In case of revocation of a permission or alterations or amendments in the terms and conditions thereof, an appeal shall lie from the decision of the Authority to the Central Government.

PART IV
MARKETING

26. Permission compulsory.— (1) No person shall set up a marketing company or a distribution outlet for motor gasoline or automotive diesel oil [or add a dispensing unit at existing distribution outlet or nogglent existing dispensing unit](Words Inst. by the S.R.O. 28(1)/74, dated Jan, 1974) except with prior permission in writing of the Authority.

(Words Inst. by the S.R.O. 28(1)/74, dated Jan, 1974)[(2) No marketing company or a distribution outlet for motor gasoline or automotive diesel oil shall continue to unction unless it obtains permission in writing of the Authority before the 31st day of January, 1974.]

27. Application for permission.— (1) An application for permission to set up a marketing company shall be in triplicate and shall be accompanied by a feasibility report containing the information required in Form-1 and a fee of two thousand rupees which shall in no case be refunded.

(2) An application for permission to set up a distribution outlet shall be in triplicate and shall be accompanied by a statement containing the information required in Form IV and a fee of five hundred which shall in no case be refunded.

28. Authority may grant or refuse permission.— (1) The authority may grant the permission asked for if it is satisfied that the applicant has past experience and adequate finances or can make financial arrangements to the satisfaction of the Authority:

(2) No person shall, except with the prior permission of the Authority in writing, make any major alteration in, addition to, or extension of the marketing company as approved by the Authority.

29. Conditions of permission.- A permission granted under rule 28 shall be subject to such conditions, if any, as may be specified therein and may, having due regard to the marketing requirements and financial interests of a marketing company, specify the area of region to which the company should confine its business.

30. Authority to approve agreements.- No agreement relating to the supply, purchase, sale, storage or export of any imported petroleum products shall be entered into by any person without the prior approval in writing of the Authority.

[Ins. by Notfn. published in Gaz. Pk., Extra., 27.10.1971.]. [30-A. Authority to Specify Minimum Stocks of Petroleum Products.

[Every marketing company shall maintain such minimum stocks of petroleum products as the Authority may, having due regard to storage capacity and the finances of such individual marketing company, by order in writing, require from time to time.]

31. Authority may prohibit the sale or disposal of any product.- If the Authority is of opinion that, for preventing the unauthorized export of petroleum products from Pakistan, it is necessary so to do, the Authority may, by an order in writing, prohibit the sale or disposal otherwise of any petroleum product in any area specified in the order except in such form and manner and to such person as may be so specified.

32. Marketing company to submit information.- Every marketing company shall submit to the Authority or an officer specified by it the information required in Form-V (together with any other information, if any, which may be required by the Authority or the officer so specified) not later than the date indicated in that form.

33. Revocation or amendment of permission.— (1) Where the Authority may, if in its opinion the public interest so requires, revoke a permission,–

(a) Where any person, in the opinion of the Authority, makes willful and unreasonably prolonged default in doing anything required of him by these rules and has been informed in writing to that effect by the Authority.

(b) Where any person violates any of the terms or conditions of his permission and is so informed in writing and does not rectify the violation within the time specified; or

(c) Where any person is in the opinion of the Authority, unable by reason of his insolvency fully and efficiently to discharge the duties and obligations imposed on him by the permission.

(2) Where, in the opinion of the Authority, the public interest so requires, the Authority may, instead of revoking a permission under sub-rule (1), permit it to remain in force in relation to the whole or any part of Pakistan with such alterations or amendments in the terms and conditions of the permission as it thinks fit to make, or upon such new terms and conditions as it may impose.

(3) In case of revocation of permission or alterations or amendments in the terms and conditions thereof an appeal shall lie from the decision of the Authority to the Federal Government.

PART V
INSPECTION AND CHECKS

34. Entry, Inspection and Enforcement of the Rules.- Any person authorized in writing by the Authority in this behalf may,-

(a) make such examination or inquiry as he considers necessary for ensuring that the provisions of these rules or of any order made thereunder are being fully observed by a refinery, a blending plant or a marketing company; and

(b) with such assistance, if any, as he considers necessary enter, inspect and examine any refinery, blending plant (reclamation plant), marketing company, (distribution outlet), installation, storage or depot or any part thereof at any reasonable time by day or by night but not so as to unreasonably impede or obstruct the working of the refinery, blending plant (reclamation plant), marketing company, (distribution outlet), installation, storage or depot.

35. Facilities to the Inspecting Officer.- The owner, manager, proprietor or other person incharge of a refinery, blending plant (reclamation plant), marketing company, (distribution outlet), installation, storage or depot shall afford the person authorized by the Authority under rule 34 (or 36) all reasonable facility for making an examination, inquiry, inspection or measurement or for taking any sample.

PART VI
TESTING OF PETROLEUM PRODUCTS

36. Authority may take samples.— Any officer authorized by the Authority in this behalf may take samples of a petroleum product from a refinery, blending plant (reclamation plant), marketing company, installation, storage, depot or distribution outlet.

37. Samples to be Tested According to Standard Procedures.- All samples shall be collected and tested in accordance with the American Standard of Testing Materials procedures or, in the absence of such procedures, with the appropriate Institute of Petroleum (U.K.) Procedures.

38. Procedure of Sampling and Testing.- (1) An officer taking samples of a petroleum product under these rules shall take the sample of the product in two separate containers in the presence of the person from whose possession the samples are taken (hereinafter referred to as the owner) and shall seal the containers with his own seal and also allow the owner to put his seal to the containers, if he so desires.

(2) The officer shall retain one of the containers with himself, and forward the second for testing and report to one of the laboratories approved for the purpose by the Authority.

(3) If the owner disputes the correctness of the report of the laboratory to whom a sample was forwarded for testing under sub-rule (2), the officer shall forward the container retained by him under that sub-rule to one of the other laboratories approved for the purpose by the Authority for testing and report.

(4) The report of the laboratory by whom a test is conducted under sub-rule (3) shall be final and shall not be called in question.

(5) All samples taken under this rule shall be tested within the time within which the quality of the product concerned is not likely to undergo any change.

PART VII
MISCELLANEOUS

39. Notice of closure to Authority.— Every refinery, blending plant, (reclamation plant) and marketing company shall give to the Authority not less than seven days’ prior notice in writing of the closure of the refinery, blending plant (reclamation plant) or marketing company or of the stoppage of work therein, together with the reasons for such closure or stoppage and an indication of the period for which it is likely to continue, if such closure or stoppage is likely to effect the overall availability of any of the petroleum products:

Provided that, where such closure or stoppage takes place for any reason beyond the control of the refinery, blending plant, (reclamation plant) or marketing company a notice of the closure or stoppage may be given within four hours of its taking place.

40. Authority may direct to refrain from closure.— Where the closure of, or stoppage of work in a refinery, blending plant, (reclamation plant) or marketing company is not for any reason beyond its control and the Authority is satisfied that such closure or stoppage is not in the public interest, the Authority may, by an order in writing, direct the refinery, blending plant, (reclamation plant) or marketing company to refrain from the closure or stoppage or, where it has already started, to bring to an end within the time specified in the order.

41. Permission necessary for use of Oil Storage Facilities for other Purposes.— No refinery, blending plant, (reclamation plant) or marketing company shall, without the prior permission in writing of the Authority, rent lease or sublet to any person, or itself, use its oil storage facilities for any purposes other than the storage of petroleum products.

[(Ins. by Notifn. published in Gaz., Pak., Petitioner. III, 30.2.1972) 41A. Permission for Construction and Reconstruction of Storage.— No refinery, blending plant or marketing company shall, without the prior permission in writing of the Authority, construct, reconstruct, dismantle or remove any storage for crude oil or petroleum products.]

42. Protection for acts done in good faith.- No suit, prosecution or other proceeding shall be initiated against the Authority or his assignee for anything done or purporting to have been done in good faith under the provision of these rules.

43. Adulteration prohibited.- [(Subs. by S.R.O. No.P2-12(2)/71, dated 9th Dec, 1972) (1) No person shall sell, dispose of or market any petroleum product adulterated with any other petroleum product or with any unauthorized substance or mixed in an unauthorized way and shall not indulge in deliberate with-holding of supplies to the authorized dealers and the public in any area throughout Pakistan.]

(2) The Authority may, from time to time, notify necessary measures such as sealing of storage tanks or use of dyes or prescribe any other procedure necessary to prevent the adulteration of petroleum products.

(3) The Authority may by an order in writing, direct any person or its dealer or agent
to comply with the requirements of provisions of sub-rule (2).

[(Ins. by Notifn, published in Gaz., of Pak., Extra. 1.10.1971) 43A. Certain powers of exercisable by the District Coordination Officer.— In rules 34,35,36,38 and 43, reference to “Authority” includes a reference to the “District Coordination ” of the district in, or in relation to which, any power or function is to be exercised or performed by the Authority;]

[(42-B added by the S.R.O. No.29(1)/74, dated 9th Jan, 1974) 43B. Marketing Company responsible for all actions of its agents or dealers.— A marketing company which, or any agent or dealer of which contravenes any of the provisions of rules 30,31,32,34,35,36,37,38,41,41A or 43 shall be liable to any action which may be taken by the authority under rule 33.]

PART VIII
PENALTIES

44. Penalty for breach of rules.- Any person who contravenes the provisions of any of these rules shall, without prejudice to any other action that may be taken under these rules in relation to the contravention, be punishable for every breach with imprisonment or a term which may extend to three years, or with fine (which shall not be less than fifteen thousand rupees) or with both.

COMMENTS

Regulation of Mines and Oilsfield and Mineral Development (Federal Control) Act (XXIV of 1948), S. 3. Secretary Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resources had allowed temporary permission to respondents on the basis of undertaking that in case the applicants did not get permission they will stop their plant functioning. Machinery was imported under a scheme sponsored by Ministry of Industries. Interference with order of acquittal of applicant was declined in circumstances. (1992 MLD 1`947)

SCHEDULE I
[See rule 4, 17 and 27 (1)]
FORM I

FORMAT FOR OIL REFINERY, BLENDING PLANT “(RECLAMATION
PLANT)” MARKETING COMPANY FEASIBILITY STUDY

Note 1.- The feasibility report should be prepared by a reputable firm of consultants or such persons who possess technical qualifications as well as experience in oil refining. In the case of blending or marketing projects, this may not be necessary. Paragraphs should be numbered to correspond with those in this questionnaire.

Note 2.- Where the application relates to a particular project e.g. refinery marketing company (blending plant or reclamation plant), then the appropriate information may be furnished.

Note 3.- Name/names of the firm/firms of consultants or the technical personnel/ personnel’s responsible for preparing the feasibility report of oil refinery. In respect of blending plant (reclamation plant) or marketing facilities, names technical personnel/personnel’s.

Note 4.- The feasibility study should include the information asked for below.

CHAPTER 1
GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS

1.1. Name and address of the applicant giving details of his commercial interest etc; and past experience in oil industry, if any.

1.2. Capital structure of the proposed company. (No managing agency arrangements should be made).

1.3. Give an approximate indication of the time required to complete the project indicating phasing of work.

1.4. Indicate how the project will be managed. Also indicate if you will be advised by foreign technical consultants.

1.5. Indicate requirements of technical personnel and their availability, and submit an organogram of the proposed organization.

CHAPTER 2
MARKET CONSIDERATIONS

2.1. Give estimates of consumption of all petroleum products including base oils and asphalt for internal as well as export. If the product/products are to be locally consumed indicate present local demand of such products and their production and areas of consumption. Also give the local demand and supply position for subsequent years including the year when the projects is expected to materialize.

2.2. Indicate whether product/products are to be locally consumed or exported. Also indicate disposal of the surplus products.

2.3. If product/products are to be exported, indicate potential export areas and give reasons why exports from Pakistan of such product/products would be preferred. This includes supplies to international concerns, airlines, etc.

2.4. Give estimates of production/sales pattern of the company.

2.5. Phased program, e.g. quantities to be marketed and distribution alongwith sources of supply.

CHAPTER 3
LOCATION

3.1. Location of the new industry/installation.

3.2. Availability of utilities (electricity, water, fuel, etc) at the proposed location. Also indicate the stand-by arrangements.

3.3. Availability of raw materials or products at the proposed location.

3.4. Availability of means of disposal of product/products at the proposed location.

3.5. Availability of means of disposal of waste products at the proposed location.

3.6. Availability of terminal depots and other points/of storage.

CHAPTER 4
DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPOSED PROJECT

4.1. Describe in detail the proposed project and the manufacturing process and give requirements of materials, utilities and other services. Indicate what arrangements are made or are planned to obtain the materials, utilities and other services.

4.2. Indicate in detail the charge and yields of all the units. Indicate also if the refinery
units and ancillaries are designed to yield a maximum production of middle distillates.

4.3. Indicate whether the designed capacity of the refinery units have the flexibility to
process heavier crudes with high content of sulphur and salt.

4.4. Describe in detail the transportation arrangements of crude oil/base oil/finished
petroleum products.

4.5. Indicate the product mix of the refinery assuming that motor spirit 90 RON,JP-1,JP-4,SK,HSD,LDO, base oils and furnace oil would be produced. These products would conform to the specifications currently in force in Pakistan.

4.6. Indicate measures for prevention of air pollution.

4.7. Indicate the cooling arrangements contemplated in the design keeping in view the availability of water in the area. Also indicate if air-cooling will be provided.

CHAPTER 5
USE OF PIPE-LINES

5.1. If pipeline is used for transportation of crude oil, the following information may be
furnished:-

(a) Pipe-lines Local Foreign Total

Cost of pipeline

Land

Laying of pipeline

Pump stations

Civil and Erection cost

Cathodic protection

Pre-operating expenditure

Contingency

(b) Spares

(c) Working Capital

Total investment

5.2. Indicate if the pipeline will also be available to other companies designated by the Government at terms acceptable to the parties concerned and approved by the Government.

CHAPTER 6
ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT AND PROPOSED MEANS OF FINANCING

6.1. Give an estimate of the cost of the project as follows:-

(a) Plant Cost Local Foreign Total

Land

Building

Equipment and material

Erection

Engineering

Other Items (Please specify)

Total plant erected cost

(b) Spares etc.

Spare Parts. Miscellaneous items.

Start-up expenses

Total :

(c) Working Capital :

Working Capital
(d) Total Investment

6.2. How is the cost of project given above proposed to be met. Please define mode of financing of project and the capital structure of the company. Give financial justification of the project.

CHAPTER 7
ECONOMICS OF THE PROJECT

7.1. Give detailed estimates of the estimated profitability of the venture. Following basis is to be used for estimating the profit:-

Local Foreign Total

Estimated sales (give details and show basis of pricing used).

Less material cost (give details and show basis of pricing used).

Less operating cost (give details and show basis used).

Gross Profit :-

Less Provision for taxes.

Net Profit

This projection should be for a period of 5 years.

*Detail case for any tax holiday asked by the industry.

7.2. Please include the latest rates for all items including duties and taxes as currently in force. For purposes of study do not ignore payment of duties and taxes.

CHAPTER 8
MISCELLANEOUS

8.1. The extent of Pakistani participation in the project should be clearly indicated for the various phases viz. designing, engineering, fabrication, construction, maintenance, etc. Pakistan personnel should be associated in all the phases and their extent of participation both in number and money-wise should be clearly indicated.

8.2. Indicate details of any foreign exchange savings.

8.3. Indicate the requirements of Pakistani and expatriate technical personnel with a detailed organization.

8.4. Any other relevant information.

SCHEDULE II
[See rule 2 (h)]
SCHEDULE OF PETROLEUM PRODUCTS

1. Aviation Gasoline 73 Octane
2. Aviation Gasoline 100/130 Octane
3. Aviation Gasoline 115/145 Octane
4. Aviation Turbine Fuel JP-4
5. Aviation Turbine Fuel JP-1
6. High Octane Blending Component
7. Motor Spirit
8. Naphtha
9. Vaporizing Oil
10. Superior Kerosene
11. Inferior Kerosene
12. High Speed Diesel Oil
13. Light Diesel Oil
14. Jute Batching Oil
15. Furnace Oil
16. Lubricating Oils including base Oils
17. White oils
18. Asphalt/Bitumen
19. Greases
20. Mineral Turpentine
21. Solvent Oils

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