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pursuant to 10 C.F.R. Part 205, Subpart V involving National Helium Corp. and Standard Oil Co. (Indiana); and the Warner Amendment, Public Law No. 97-377,

Section 155, through the implementation of restitutionary programs that meet the terms and conditions specified in such cases 38,830,000

(re. $24,695,000)

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By chapter 659, section 8, of the laws of 1989:
For services and expenses in providing restitution to overcharged

petroleum consumers from funds received or to be received by the
state in connection with decisions of the United States department
of energy pursuant to 10 C. F. R. Part 205, Subpart V involving Stan-
dard Oil Co. (Indiana), HQF-0588, HQF-0020; National Helium Corp. ,
HQF-0501; Coline Gasoline Corp., HQF-0504; Perry Gas Processors,
Inc.,
HQF-0021; and Pennzoil

HQF-0024 cases, and interest earned thereon, through implementation restitutionary programs which meet the terms and conditions specified by the United States department of energy in petroleum overcharge consent orders or other

orders in such cases. For services and expenses of the state energy office in implementing

the building industry energy conservation technologies program provided for pursuant to section 34 of the Petroleum Overcharge Restitution Act of 1989 233,000

(re. $233,000) For services and expenses of the state energy office in providing con

sumer information in connection with petroleum overcharge funded conservation programs

and otherwise disseminating energy conservation information and education through the operation of a telephone hotline, the preparation and distribution of publications, the development of curriculum material for use in schools,

and other conservation marketing and outreach activities 490,000 ...

(re. $4,000) For services and expenses of the state energy office in implementing

one or more restitutionary programs for which funds received to be received by the state in connection with such cases have been appropriated and which have been approved by the United States department of energy; provided, however, that notwithstanding any other provision of law, no expenditure hereunder shall be made until a certificate of approval has been issued by the director of the budget with a copy of such certificate filed with the state comptroller, the

chairperson of the senate finance committee and the chairperson of the assembly ways and means committee 100,000 ...

(re. $90,000) Total of Schedule

1,273,000

or

EXXON PETROLEUM OVERCHARGE RECOVERIES

Special Revenue Funds - Federal
Federal Operating Grants Fund 290
Petroleum Overcharge Recovery Account

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By chapter 659, section 8, of the laws of 1989:
For services and

expenses in providing restitution to overcharged petroleum consumers from interest on funds received in connection with the United States district court case entitled United States v. EXXON Corporation, Civil Action No. 78-1035, through the implementation of restitutionary programs which meet the terms and conditions

specified in such case. For services and expenses of the weatherization assistance program for

households with incomes up to sixty percent of the state's median income or one hundred fifty percent of the state's poverty level ... 6,175,000 ..

(re. $ 194,000) For services and expenses of the institutional conservation program

for matching grants for technical assistance studies for public and not-for-profit private schools and hospitals, local government public care facilities; for matching grants for the installation

of energy conservation measures in public and not-for-profit private schools and hospitals; and to provide training and direct technical assistance in connection with such program 6,948,000 ....

(re. $6,801,000) For services and expenses of the state energy office in implementing

the small business energy efficiency program through the Cornell Cooperative Extension Service to provide small and moderate size industries and

businesses, including not-for-profit organizations, with energy surveys, technical assistance and training 4,550,000 ...

.... (re. $ 785,000) For services and expenses of the state energy office in increasing

energy conservation and efficiency through lighting standards, the construction code and appliance standards pursuant to articles 8, 11 and 16 of the energy law ... 125,000

(re. $110,000) For services and expenses of the state energy office in providing edu

cation, technical assistance and training with respect to radon detection, diagnosis and mitigation, and its relation to energy conservation, pursuant to subdivision b of section 17 of chapter 615 of the laws of 1987 and subdivision d of section 11 of chapter 645 of the laws of 1986 ... 45,000 ....

(re. $3,000) For services and expenses of the state energy office for the purpose

of evaluating the effectiveness of energy conservation programs
funded with petroleum overcharge recoveries
123,000 ...

(re. $13,000) For apportionment to the state energy office for the purpose of pro

viding financial support to a not-for-profit corporation within the state, to be established in cooperation with the National Energy Management Institute, for the purpose of providing technical instruction and training in energy efficiency and conservation techniques and technologies to tradesmen involved in sheet metal and heating, cooling and ventilating work, and implementing a program for the certification of energy management services contractors 500,000 ..

(re. $237,000) For services and expenses of the state energy office in implementing

energy investment loan programs authorized pursuant to section 5 of

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STATE OPERATIONS - FEDERAL REAPPROPRIATIONS

MISCELLANEOUS

EXXON PETROLEUM OVERCHARGE RECOVERIES--Cont.

chapter 645 of the laws of 1986 and any amendments thereto for businesses, agribusinesses and multifamily dwellings, in order to provide financial assistance to reduce the interest rates and/or to provide principal reductions on loans provided through cooperating financing institutions for the installation of cost-effective energy conservation measures under such programs according to the following distribution: $2 million for multifamily dwellings; $2 million for businesses and agribusinesses; and for direct technical assistance to eligible applicants in connection with such programs 4,000,000

(re. $3,890,000) For services and expenses of the New York City Financial Services Cor

poration in implementing a financing program for energy efficiency improvements in the facilities and equipment of businesses within the city of New York, pursuant to the provisions of section 33 of the Petroleum Overcharge Restitution Act of 1989 500,000 ...

(re. $500,000) For services and expenses of the building industry energy conservation

technologies program as provided for pursuant to section 34 of the Petroleum Overcharge Restitution Act of 1989, in accordance with the following schedule: $750,000 to the New York state energy research and development authority; $517,000 to the state energy office 1,267,000 ....

(re. $933,000) For services and expenses of the rural public transportation coordina

tion assistance program created pursuant to chapter 895 of the laws of 1986 and any amendments thereto, to enhance transportation energy efficiency 1,000,000

(re. $853,000) For services and expenses of the senior citizen energy packaging pilot

program established pursuant to section 25 of the Petroleum Overcharge Restitution Act of 1989 ... 1,100,000

(re. $408,000) For services and expenses of the state energy office in implementing

the grant component of the energy conservation bank program for the installation of cost-effective energy conservation measures for HEAP eligible households, as authorized by section 5 of chapter 645 of the laws of 1986, and any amendments thereto 2,000,000 .

(re. $6,000) For services and expenses of the New York state energy research and

development authority for the purpose of demonstrating, in consultation with the state alternative fuels for vehicles coordinating council, the viability of alternative fuels for transportation, including but not limited to compressed natural gas, ethanol and methanol

1,500,000

(re. $1,500,000) Total of Schedule

29,833,000

By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 1987, as amended by chapter

615, section 7, of the laws of 1987: For services and

expenses in providing restitution to overcharged petroleum consumers from interest on funds received in connection with the case entitled United States v. EXXON Corporation, through the implementation of restitutionary programs which meet the terms

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and conditions specified by the United States district court in that case. Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, the funds appropriated herein may not be interchanged within the following items of appropriation.

Low Income Weatherization
For services and expenses of the Weatherization Assistance Program for

households with incomes up to sixty percent of the state's median
income or one hundred fifty percent of the state's poverty level ...
9,354, 134

(re. $20,000)

Technical Assistance to Industry and Business
For services and expenses of the technical assistance programs for

small and moderate size industries and businesses, as provided for
pursuant to section twenty-three of the Petroleum Overcharge Resti-
tution Act of 1987 ... 1,000,000

(re. $761,000)

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By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 1986, as amended by chapter

645, section 5, of the laws of 1986 and chapter 113, section 1, of
the laws of 1989 and chapter 659, sections 17, 18, and 19 of the

laws of 1989:
For services and

expenses in providing restitution to overcharged petroleum consumers from funds received in connection with the entitled United States of America v. EXXON Corporation, shall be apportioned to state departments and agencies, for implementation of restitutionary programs which meet the terms and conditions specified by the United States district court in that case, in accordance

with the following:
Total of Schedule 163,100,000

(re. $52,364,000)

STRIPPER WELL PETROLEUM OVERCHARGE RECOVERIES

Special Revenue Funds Federal
Federal Operating Grants Fund 290
Petroleum Overcharge Recovery Account

By chapter 659, section 8, of the laws of 1989:
For services and expenses in providing restitution to overcharged pe-

troleum consumers from funds received in connection with the United
States district court case entitled In Re Department of Energy
Stripper Well Exemption Litigation, M. D. L. No. 378, and interest
earned on such funds, through implementation of restitutionary pro-

grams which meet the terms and conditions specified in such case. For services and expenses of the weatherization assistance program for

households with incomes up to sixty percent of the state's median income or one hundred fifty percent of the state's poverty level ... 8,325,000.

(re. $290,000)

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STATE OPERATIONS

FEDERAL REAPPROPRIATIONS

MISCELLANEOUS

STRIPPER WELL PETROLEUM OVERCHARGE RECOVERIES--Cont.

For services and expenses of the appliance efficiency rebate program

established by section 9 of chapter 645 of the laws of 1986, and any amendments thereto ... 7,000,000

... (re. $4,180,000) For services and expenses of the energy conservation grant program for

local government and public care facilities established by section 12 of chapter 615 of the laws of 1987, and any amendments thereto .. 1,500,000 ..

(re. $1,473,000) For services and expenses of the state facilities energy conservation

program established by section 16 of chapter 615 the laws of 1987, and any amendments thereto; and such additional efforts undertaken by the state energy office to promote energy conservation in state facilities, including but not limited to assisting in state agency solicitation and evaluation of energy performance contracts and other private-sector financing alternatives, and the provision of information, training and technical assistance to agency personnel involved with energy management activities; provided, however that up to $300,000 shall be provided for the installation of energy conservation improvements in the facilities of the State University of New York at New Paltz, up to $500,000 shall be provided for the installation of energy conservation improvements in the facilities of the State University of New York at Binghamton, and up to $500,000 shall be provided for the installation of energy conservation improvements in Brooklyn College. The office shall obtain and compile relevant energy use data and produce energy reports for the department of correctional services, the office of mental health, the office of mental retardation and developmental disabilities, the office of general services, and the state university of New York. Such agencies shall timely provide all data required by the Energy

Office to fulfill this requirement... 6,000,000 ... (re. $5,393,000) For services and expenses of the furnace and boiler rebate demonstra

tion program established by section 14 of chapter 615 of the laws of 1987; and, in an amount not to exceed $300,000 for the services and expenses of the state energy office in providing training and technical assistance to fuel oil dealers, heating equipment service contractors and building owners and managers on the installation, operation and maintenance of oil-fired heating equipment for the purpose of achieving increased energy efficiency 3,000,000 ....

(re. $1,671,000) For services and expenses of the energy conservation grant program for

facilities of not-for-profit organizations, established by section 18 of chapter 615 of the laws of 1987, and any amendments thereto .. 3,000,000 ....

(re. $1,955,000) For services and expenses of the New York state energy research and

development authority for the purpose of demonstrating, in consultation with the state alternative fuels for vehicles coordinating council, the viability of alternative fuels for transportation, including but not limited to compressed natural gas, ethanol and methanol ... 500,000

... (re. $500,000) For services and expenses of the New York state energy research and development authority for the purpose of demonstrating the

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