T-11.02 - Act respecting Transition énergétique Québec

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7. In this Act, energy distributor means
(1)  Hydro-Québec when carrying on electric power distribution activities;
(2)  a natural gas distributor as defined in section 2 of the Act respecting the Régie de l’énergie (chapter R-6.01);
(3)  a fuel distributor, namely,
(a)  a person who refines, manufactures, mixes, prepares or distils fuel in Québec;
(b)  a person who brings or causes to be brought into Québec fuel contained in one or more receptacles with a total capacity of over 200 litres, except fuel contained in a fuel tank installed as standard equipment to supply the engine of a vehicle;
(c)  a person who, in Québec, exchanges fuel with a person described in subparagraph a; or
(d)  a legal person or partnership that brings fuel into Québec for a purpose other than resale; or
(4)  a municipal electric power system governed by the Act respecting municipal and private electric power systems (chapter S-41) or the Coopérative régionale d’électricité de Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Rouville governed by the Act respecting the Coopérative régionale d’électricité de Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Rouville and repealing the Act to promote rural electrification by means of electricity cooperatives (1986, chapter 21).
For the purposes of subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph,
diesel fuel means a liquid mixture of hydrocarbons obtained from the refining of petroleum and intended to supply diesel engines;
fuel means gasoline, diesel fuel, heating oil or propane, but not aviation fuel, marine bunker fuel, hydrocarbons used as raw material by industries that transform hydrocarbon molecules through chemical or petrochemical processes, or renewable fuel content;
gasoline means a liquid mixture of hydrocarbons obtained from the refining of petroleum mainly for use as spark ignition engine fuel;
heating oil means a liquid mixture of hydrocarbons obtained from the refining of petroleum and used for domestic, commercial, institutional or industrial heating;
propane means a liquid mixture of hydrocarbons obtained from the refining of petroleum or the processing of natural gas and used either as spark ignition engine fuel or for such purposes as cooking and domestic, commercial, institutional and industrial heating.
2016, c. 35, s. 12016, c. 35, s. 1.
In force: 2017-04-01
7. In this Act, energy distributor means
(1)  Hydro-Québec when carrying on electric power distribution activities;
(2)  a natural gas distributor as defined in section 2 of the Act respecting the Régie de l’énergie (chapter R-6.01);
(3)  a fuel distributor, namely,
(a)  a person who refines, manufactures, mixes, prepares or distils fuel in Québec;
(b)  a person who brings or causes to be brought into Québec fuel contained in one or more receptacles with a total capacity of over 200 litres, except fuel contained in a fuel tank installed as standard equipment to supply the engine of a vehicle;
(c)  a person who, in Québec, exchanges fuel with a person described in subparagraph a; or
(d)  a legal person or partnership that brings fuel into Québec for a purpose other than resale; or
(4)  a municipal electric power system governed by the Act respecting municipal and private electric power systems (chapter S-41) or the Coopérative régionale d’électricité de Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Rouville governed by the Act respecting the Coopérative régionale d’électricité de Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Rouville and repealing the Act to promote rural electrification by means of electricity cooperatives (1986, chapter 21).
For the purposes of subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph,
diesel fuel means a liquid mixture of hydrocarbons obtained from the refining of petroleum and intended to supply diesel engines;
fuel means gasoline, diesel fuel, heating oil or propane, but not aviation fuel, marine bunker fuel, hydrocarbons used as raw material by industries that transform hydrocarbon molecules through chemical or petrochemical processes, or renewable fuel content;
gasoline means a liquid mixture of hydrocarbons obtained from the refining of petroleum mainly for use as spark ignition engine fuel;
heating oil means a liquid mixture of hydrocarbons obtained from the refining of petroleum and used for domestic, commercial, institutional or industrial heating;
propane means a liquid mixture of hydrocarbons obtained from the refining of petroleum or the processing of natural gas and used either as spark ignition engine fuel or for such purposes as cooking and domestic, commercial, institutional and industrial heating.
2016, c. 35, s. 12016, c. 35, s. 1.