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The ePIC application shows the status of a RIN at the present moment in time. The possible statuses are: "Inactive", "Active", "Disabled" or "Expired".
"Inactive" means that the export cannot take place yet.
"Inactive" without the validity period in brackets: The RIN has not been activated yet. The export cannot take place unless an appropriate explicit consent/waiver has been registered in the system.
"Inactive" with the validity period in brackets means that the notification has been activated, but the export will happen in the future. For example, a RIN status such as the following "Inactive (19/07/2017 – 25/10/2017)” tells you that:
The RIN is inactive today
The RIN shall be active from 19 July 2017 until 25 October 2017; and
The RIN activation is linked to a consent/waiver whose validity ends on 25 October 2017
The status "Active" with the validity period in brackets means that the export can take place at present. The validity period of the RIN is indicated in brackets.
"Disabled" means that the export notification has been either rejected or disabled due to a negative explicit consent response.
The status "Expired" means that the export notification refers to previous years' exports.