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     34A-13-20.   Petroleum release compensation and tank inspection fee--Amount of fee--Allocation of revenue. A petroleum release compensation and tank inspection fee is imposed upon any petroleum products upon which the fuel excise tax is imposed by §§ 10-47B-5 to 10-47B-10, inclusive, 10-47B-9.1, and 10-47B-13. None of the exemptions from fuel excise tax allowed in § 10-47B-19 apply to this fee. The parties required to pay the fuel excise tax pursuant to the provisions of §§ 10-47B-21 to 10-47B-26, inclusive, and 10-47B-29 and 10-47B-31 are liable for payment of the petroleum release and tank inspection fee. In cases where the fuel is exempt from the fuel excise tax under the provisions of subdivisions 10-47B-19(1), (3), and (5), the supplier shall pay the fee. Responsibility for payment of the fee ceases if the petroleum product is sold and delivered by a licensed exporter outside of the state. The amount of the fee imposed is twenty dollars per one thousand gallons of petroleum. The revenue collected pursuant to this section shall be distributed monthly in the following manner:
             (1)      In fiscal year 2019, fifty-five percent shall be deposited in the state capital construction fund, twenty-five percent shall be deposited in the ethanol fuel fund, and twenty percent shall be deposited in the petroleum release compensation fund;
             (2)      In fiscal year 2020, sixty percent shall be deposited in the state capital construction fund, twenty percent shall be deposited in the ethanol fuel fund, nineteen percent shall be deposited in the petroleum release compensation fund, and one percent shall be deposited in the ethanol infrastructure incentive fund as created in § 10-47B-164.1;
             (3)      In fiscal year 2021, sixty-six percent shall be deposited in the state capital construction fund, fifteen percent shall be deposited in the ethanol fuel fund, eighteen percent shall be deposited in the petroleum release compensation fund, and one percent shall be deposited in the ethanol infrastructure incentive fund;
             (4)      In fiscal year 2022, seventy-two percent shall be deposited in the state capital construction fund, ten percent shall be deposited in the ethanol fuel fund, seventeen percent shall be deposited in the petroleum release compensation fund, and one percent shall be deposited in the ethanol infrastructure incentive fund; and
             (5)      Beginning in fiscal year 2023, eighty-one and one-half percent shall be deposited in the state capital construction fund, seventeen percent shall be deposited in the petroleum release compensation fund, and one and one-half percent shall be deposited in the ethanol infrastructure incentive fund.

Source: SL 1988, ch 290, § 20; SL 1989, ch 310, § 6; SL 1991, ch 294, § 10; SL 1992, ch 260, § 17; SL 1993, ch 48, § 18; SL 1995, ch 71, § 191; SL 1998, ch 218, § 1; SL 2002, ch 170, § 1; SL 2009, ch 55, § 33; SL 2018, ch 124, § 1.


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