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  1. NAFTA Rules of Origin Regulations - SOR/94-14 (SCHEDULE I : Specific Rules of Origin)

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    Chapter 27 Mineral Fuels, Mineral Oils and Products of Their Distillation; Bituminous Substances; Mineral Waxes

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    • Note 2: For the purposes of heading 27.10, the following processes confer origin:

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      • (c) Catalytic hydroprocessing — The cracking and/or treating of petroleum oils with hydrogen at high temperature and under pressure, in the presence of special catalysts. Catalytic hydroprocessing includes hydrocracking and hydrotreating;

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      • (f) Cracking — A refining process involving decomposition and molecular recombination of organic compounds, especially hydrocarbons obtained by means of heat, to form molecules suitable for motor fuels, monomers, petrochemicals, etc.:

        • (i) Thermal cracking — Exposes the distillate to temperatures of approximately 540-650°C (1000-1200°F) for varying periods of time. Process produces modest yields of gasoline and higher yields of residual products for fuel oil blending,

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