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Clean Fuels Program Information for Verifiers

This page provides important information for those who are qualified, or wish to become qualified, as verifiers for Oregon's Clean Fuels Program.

Important deadlines:

  • Quarterly fuel transaction reports due - 90 days after end of each quarter
  • Fuel pathway reports due - March 31
  • Annual reports due - April 30
  • Verification statements due - August 31

How do I become a verifier?

To become a verifier for CFP, you will need to be accredited by the California Air Resources Board in the areas for which you intend to perform verification, as indicated in the below chart. You will also need to take and pass qualification exams for Oregon qualification.

CFP Activities

  • Course 1: General (Mandatory) requires CARB accreditation for Non Lead Verifier or Lead Verifier
  • Course 2: Fuel Pathways requires CARB accreditation for Lead LCFS Verifier for Fuel Pathways
  • Course 3: Quarterly Transaction Reports requires CARB accreditation for Lead LCFS Verifier for Alternative Fuel Transactions

DEQ opens a new training and exams period for CFP verifiers annually; when applications become available, they will appear on this page. CFP is not accepting verifier applications at this time.

Note for 2023 verification of 2022 data 

The Clean Fuels Program regulations in Division 253 were updated through a rulemaking in late 2022 and are effective Jan. 1, 2023. This version is what is now found on the Secretary of State's website. DEQ preserved a copy of the version that was in effect for 2022 so verifiers have access to those regulations while completing verification in 2023 on 2022 data.


Elizabeth Hardee  
Third Party Verification Program Administrator