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What is petroleum?

The Act defines “petroleum” to mean crude oil, or any fraction thereof, which is liquid at 60 degrees Fahrenheit temperature and 14.7 pounds per square inch absolute pressure (normal atmospheric pressure at sea level).  Some examples of petroleum products stored in aboveground storage tanks and are subject to APSA are as follows:

Petroleum-based liquid fuels, including:

Aviation fuels (including jet, turbine, and piston fuels)

Automotive and other petroleum-based internal combustion engine fuels

Fuel oils and distillate fuels (turbine, boiler, and other types

Heating oil and distillates

Illuminating (e.g. lamp) oils

Gasoline and other fuel blending stocks

Petroleum-based lubricating, tapping, seal, penetrating, machining, and road oils and greases (including waste oils)

Petroleum distillates; Petroleum- or petroleum-distillate based additives (including fuel, oil, ink and paint additives)

Petroleum solvents

Petroleum spirits (e.g. mineral spirits, Stoddard solvent, paint thinners)

Hydrocarbon liquids; Naphthas and naphthalenes of all types

Olefins, alkanes, alkylates, aromatics; Petroleum-based inks and ink extenders

Oil-based paints, coatings, thinners and solvents; Petroleum extender oils; Mineral oils (derived from petroleum); Crude oil

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