A Dispensing Station is a facility consisting of fixed equipment where propane or natural gas is stored and dispensed into portable containers or containers that are not suitable for the shipping of cargo and that are mounted on vehicles.
How to apply
- License fee of $130.00
- Two years based on first licensure date
- All dispensing station owners must register the dispensing station with the Board. A dispensing station that undergoes a major repair, revision or relocation must provide the Board with updated information within 30 days of the completion of the change.
- Limited Operator - The Limited Operator is responsible for training other dispensing station employees and documenting that training. The training documentation must be kept at the station. A record of this training for all operators must be maintained on-site at all times and available for inspection (refer to Dispensing Station Affidavit).
- Biennial renewal fee of $130.00
- Two years based on first licensure date.
- Fill out the online renewal application and submit.
The Department must verify that you have met all the conditions for renewal before your license is renewed. Online submission of your renewal application should not be construed as automatic renewal of your license.
- A late fee of $50.00 is assessed for licenses renewed after the license expiration date.
- Any person who submits an application for renewal more than 90 days after the expiration date shall be subject to all requirements governing new applicants.
The Board shall inspect and issue permits to aboveground and underground propane and natural gas storage facilities and rooftop installations of ASME containers.