Shipper notify director
(1)Any person who ships fuel products included in classes I and II into the state, or who ships such fuel products from any refinery or pipeline terminal within the state to another point within the state, shall notify the director of the division of oil and public safety of the shipment within twenty-four hours after the shipment has been billed for departure in the case of tank cars, or after the shipment has been loaded for departure in the case of barrels, trucks, or tank wagons. At the same time, such person shall forward to the director of the division of oil and public safety a true sample of the contents of the shipment weighing at least eight ounces, with the specifications thereof and the number and initial of the tank car, or if some other method of transportation is used, an adequate description of the means of conveyance or container, so as to enable identification of the shipment. Any person who diverts a shipment of such fuel products into the state of Colorado from outside the state shall give the same notice and forward the same type of sample to the director of the division of oil and public safety within twenty-four hours after the billing of the shipment is changed to a Colorado destination.
(2)If more than one car of fuel products included in classes I and II is shipped at the same time from the same source and refinery run, the director of the division of oil and public safety may accept one sample for all or any part of such shipment.
Section 8-20-206 — Shipper notify director,
https://leg.colorado.gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-08.pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).