A receptacle (covered or uncovered) of 60 gallons (227.1 liters) or greater capacity. Unless referred to in these Orders as “stationary,” the above definition shall include such receptacle when used on tank cars, tank vehicles or skids.
Source: Petroleum Safety Orders–Drilling and Production, Definitions, California Code of Regulations, 8 CCR § 6505, December 2012. Regulations
TANK shall mean a stationary vessel that is used to contain fluids, constructed of non-earthen materials (e.g. concrete, steel, plastic) that provide structural support.
Source: Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, Practice and Procedure, Code of Colorado Regulations, 2 CCR 404-1, February 2013. Regulations
A stationary device designed to contain an accumulation of hazardous waste that is constructed primarily of non-earthen materials (e. g., wood, concrete, steel, plastic) that provide structural support.
Source: Oil and Gas Division, Texas Administrative Code, Title 16, Chapter 3, February 2013. Regulations
“Tank” means a receptacle for petroleum exceeding 1000 litres in capacity.
Source: The Petroleum Rules, 1976, India, 1976. Regulations
Source: The Petroleum Rules, 2002, India, 13th March 2002. Regulations