Until 1 January 2019, the requirements of subsections 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52 of Annex A of the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods of September 30, 1957 (ADR) concerning type approval certificates as well as requirements for the inspection and tests of tank-vehicles, demountable tanks, tank-containers, tank swap bodies battery-vehicles or MEGC will not apply in the territory of the Russian Federation.
As of 1 January 2018, product, component and chemical importers are to use the revised version of the Product Nomenclature for External Economic Activity (TN VED which is equivalent to the HS code system) when importing goods or chemicals into Uzbekistan.
The new TN VED version (2017) is based on the revised HS Code system used by the World Customs Organisation.
As of 15 March 2018, organisations operating underground gas storage facilities are required to comply with the adopted safety rules. The rules contain requirements aimed at ensuring industrial safety, preventing accidents at hazardous industrial facilities operating underground gas storage facilities (HIF UGSF), where dangerous substances are produced, used, stored, transported, including those capable of forming explosive mixtures.
As of 21 March 2018, facilities operating infield pipelines are required to comply with the adopted industrial safety rules.
The rules impose requirements aimed at ensuring industrial safety, preventing accidents and incidents at major hazard facilities during the operation of infield pipelines of oil, gas and gas condensate fields, including reservoir pressure maintenance system pipelines.