If you are responsible for having your information verified under the Oregon Clean Fuels Program, this page provides information about applicability and deadlines, lists of approved verifiers and verification bodies, and other resources.
Who is required to obtain verification services?
For the Clean Fuels Program, verification requirements can be found in
OAR 340-272-0110 and apply to:
- Holders of certified fuel pathways and specified source feedstock suppliers and other persons with site-specific carbon intensity data that apply as a joint applicant that generate more than 6,000 total credits and deficits during the previous calendar year for the quantity of fuel produced at a given production facility
- CFP quarterly reporters that generate more than 6,000 total credits and deficits during a calendar year
Fuel pathway applications are not required to be verified but if they are, DEQ will prioritize processing the application.
Verification requirements start with calendar year 2021 data.
Quarterly Reports due 90 days after end of each quarter
Annual Fuel Pathway Reports due March 31
Annual Compliance Reports due April 30
Verification Statements due August 31
Find a verification body
Only DEQ-approved verifiers and verification bodies may perform verification services in Oregon. All verifiers and verification bodies are accredited by the California Air Resources Board (CARB) in the verification services they provide.
Elizabeth Hardee, 971-263-1726
Third Party Verification Program Administrator