DEQ has developed the CFP Online System (only registered businesses have
access to the system) to implement the Clean Fuels Program. It is a web-based
tool that is used for:
- Regulated parties and credit generators to submit quarterly progress reports
that generate deficits and credits;
- Regulated parties to submit annual compliance reports to demonstrate
compliance with the clean fuels standards;
- Regulated parties and credit generators to transact (buy and sell) credits;
- Alternative fuel producers to register new fuel pathways.
Access the CFP Online System
For future reference, please bookmark this page and not the login page for
Quarterly fuel transactions
For all quarterly fuel
transactions, regulated parties, credit generators, and aggregators must use
the CFP Online System to:
upload data by no later than 45 days after the end of the previous calendar quarter;
- reconcile all fuel transaction discrepancies with their business partners; and
- submit the data by no later than 90 days after the end of the previous calendar quarter.
2019 Annual report
For the 2019
annual report, regulated parties, credit generators, and aggregators must use
the CFP Online System to submit the annual compliance report to DEQ no later
than April 30, 2020.
FAQs for Reporting Questions
As DEQ continues to work with parties participating in the program, several questions come up repeatedly. This section intends to provide that place where the responses are available to all affected parties. The focus is on the basics of the program and how parties are required to report and incorporates aspects of past regulatory bulletins issued by the agency from 2016 to date.
Gasoline, Diesel, Ethanol, Biodiesel, and Renewable Diesel, or any blend thereof. These fuels are called Regulated Fuels in the program’s regulation.
Electricity, Natural Gas, Renewable Natural Gas, Propane, and Hydrogen. These fuels are called opt-in fuels in the program’s regulation
Quarterly reports are how registered parties report to DEQ which fuels they imported into the state, traded with other parties, exported, or dispensed into motor vehicles. They are due 90 days after the close of the quarter. The data must be uploaded within 45 days of the close of the quarter so that regulated parties may use the remaining 45 days to reconcile their transactions with their business partners and submit the report to DEQ. When a quarterly report is submitted, credits and deficits are calculated and placed in parties’ accounts. These are the official calculations for the program.
You can download the latest Excel and XML templates on the home screen when you log in to the CFP Online System.
The annual report incorporates the four quarterly reports submitted by a regulated party or credit generator and is the way that regulated parties and credit generators attest that they are in compliance with the program’s rules. For regulated parties, the annual report is the way they demonstrate compliance with the annual carbon intensity requirements. They must be submitted by April 30th of each year for the preceding year.