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Clean Fuel Regulations (SOR/2022-140)

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Regulations are current to 2024-02-06

SCHEDULE 11(Subsection 120(2) and paragraphs 157(b) and 158(5)(b))Contents of Annual Credit-Creation Report

  • 1 The following information with respect to the registered creator:

    • (a) their name, civic address, postal address, telephone number and, if any, email address;

    • (b) the name, title, civic address, postal address, telephone number and, if any, email address of their authorized agent; and

    • (c) the name, title, civic address, postal address, telephone number and, if any, email address of a contact person, unless the contact person is the authorized agent.

  • 2 The following information with respect to each CO2e-emission-reduction project carried out by the registered creator or a person with whom they have entered into an agreement under section 21 of these Regulations:

    • (a) the name, GPS coordinates to the fifth decimal place and, if any, civic address of the facility where the project is carried out or, if the project is carried out at a location other than a facility, the name, GPS coordinates to the fifth decimal place and, if any, civic address of the equipment that is used to carry out the project, as specified by the emission-reduction quantification method established under subsection 31(1) or 32(1) of these Regulations that is applicable to the project;

    • (b) the alphanumeric identifier assigned to the project;

    • (c) the number of provisional compliance credits created in respect of the liquid class during the compliance period;

    • (d) an indication of whether compliance credits have been determined using a generic emission-reduction quantification method established under subsection 31(1) of these Regulations that is applicable to the project;

    • (e) the information required by the emission-reduction quantification method established under subsection 31(1) or 32(1) of these Regulations;

    • (f) if there are any changes in the information contained in the application referred to in subsection 34(2), 37(2), 38(2), 40(2) or 42(2) of these Regulations, the updated information, other than

      • (i) any information referred to in paragraph 34(2)(c), 37(2)(b), 38(2)(c) or 40(2)(b) of these Regulations, and

      • (ii) any information that is specified in the applicable emission-reduction quantification method as information that cannot be changed; and

    • (g) if the project is one referred to in paragraph 30(d) of these Regulations, for each co-processed low-carbon-intensity fuel,

      • (i) the type of each co-processed low-carbon-intensity fuel that is produced,

      • (ii) an indication of whether the fuel is a gasoline replacement or diesel replacement,

      • (iii) the carbon intensity of the fuel, whether it is the default carbon intensity determined in accordance with the emission-reduction quantification method that is applicable to the project or the carbon intensity that approved under subsection 85(1) of these Regulations and any alphanumeric identifier assigned to the carbon intensity under subsection 85(2) of these Regulations,

      • (iv) the number of provisional compliance credits that have been created by the production of the fuel in accordance with the emission-reduction quantification method that is applicable to the project, and

      • (v) an indication of whether the compliance credits have been created in respect of the liquid or gaseous class.

  • 3 If the registered creator, or a person with whom they have entered into an agreement under section 21 of these Regulations, is the owner or operator of a fuelling station referred to in subsection 98(1) of these Regulations, the following information with respect to each propane, compressed natural gas or liquefied natural gas that is supplied at that fuelling station:

    • (a) the name, GPS coordinates to the fifth decimal place and, if any, civic address of each fuelling station where fuel was supplied to vehicles;

    • (b) for each fuelling station referred to in paragraph (a),

      • (i) the type of fuel for which the compliance credits are created,

      • (ii) the quantity of the fuel referred to in subparagraph (i),

      • (iii) the total quantity of fuel that contains the fuel referred to in subparagraph (i) that is supplied to vehicles at that fuelling station, as measured by a meter and expressed in cubic metres of fuel in the liquid state, in cubic metres or in kilograms, as the case may be,

      • (iv) the total quantity of renewable propane, co-processed low-carbon-intensity propane or renewable natural gas supplied to vehicles, determined from the supporting documents referred to in subsection 99(2) of these Regulations and expressed in cubic metres of fuel in the liquid state, in cubic metres or in kilograms, as the case may be;

    • (c) for each fuel type referred to in subparagraph (b)(i),

      • (i) the carbon intensity of propane, compressed natural gas or liquefied natural gas that is determined in accordance with subsection 75(6) of these Regulations, that is approved under subsection 85(1) of these Regulations or that is the actual carbon intensity specified in the carbon-intensity-pathway report referred to in subsection 123(1) of these Regulations, as the case may be, and

      • (ii) the energy density of the propane or compressed natural gas, expressed in megajoules per cubic metre, or the energy density of liquefied natural gas, expressed in megajoules per kilogram, as the case may be, as set out in column 2 of Schedule 2 or as set out in the Specifications for Fuel LCA Model CI Calculations, at the election of the registered creator; and

    • (d) the number of provisional compliance credits created by the supply of fuel under subsection 98(1) of these Regulations.

  • 4 If the registered creator, or a person with whom they have entered into an agreement under section 21 of these Regulations, is the owner or operator of a fuelling station referred to in subsection 99(1) of these Regulations, the following information with respect to each renewable propane, co-processed low-carbon intensity propane, compressed renewable natural gas or liquefied renewable natural gas that is supplied at that fuelling station:

    • (a) the name, GPS coordinates to the fifth decimal place and, if any, civic address of each fuelling station where fuel was supplied to vehicles;

    • (b) for each fuelling station referred to in paragraph (a), the types of fuel that are supplied to vehicles and that are used to create compliance credits;

    • (c) for each type of fuel referred to in paragraph (b),

      • (i) the carbon intensity of compressed natural gas, liquefied natural gas or propane that is determined in accordance with subsection 75(6) of these Regulations, that is approved under subsection 85(1) of these Regulations or that is the actual carbon intensity specified in the carbon-intensity pathway-report referred to in subsection 123(1) of these Regulations, as the case may be, and any alphanumeric identifier assigned to it under subsection 85(2) of these Regulations,

      • (ii) its energy density, expressed in megajoules per cubic metre or megajoules per kilogram, as the case may be, as set out in column 2 of Schedule 2 or as set out in the Specifications for Fuel LCA Model CI Calculations, at the election of the registered creator,

      • (iii) the quantity that is supplied to vehicles at each fuelling station, expressed in cubic metres of fuel in the liquid state in the case of renewable propane or co-processed low-carbon-intensity propane, expressed in cubic metres in the case of compressed renewable natural gas and expressed in kilograms in the case of liquefied renewable natural gas, and

      • (iv) the name of the person from whom that type of fuel was purchased; and

    • (d) the number of provisional compliance credits created under subsection 99(1) of these Regulations for renewable propane, co-processed low-carbon-intensity propane, compressed renewable natural gas or liquefied renewable natural gas, as the case may be.

  • 5 If the registered creator, or a person with whom they have entered into an agreement under section 21 of these Regulations, is a charging-site host referred to in subsection 101(1) of these Regulations, the following information with respect to the electricity that is supplied to electric vehicles:

    • (a) for each province where the electricity is supplied to electric vehicles,

      • (i) the carbon intensity of the electricity that is determined in accordance with subsection 75(7) of these Regulations, that is approved under subsection 85(1) of these Regulations or that is the actual carbon intensity specified in the carbon-intensity-pathway report referred to in subsection 123(1) of these Regulations, as the case may be, and

      • (ii) the serial number and the name or identifier of each charging station in the province;

    • (b) for each charging station referred to in subparagraph (a)(ii) that is not accessible to marine vessels,

      • (i) its GPS coordinates to the fifth decimal place and, if any, its civic address,

      • (ii) the energy efficiency ratio for light-duty electric vehicles on the January 1 of the compliance period, as set out in the Specifications for Fuel LCA Model CI Calculations, or an energy efficiency ratio of 2.5, at the election of the registered creator,

      • (iii) the energy efficiency ratio for electric vehicles, other than those referred to in subparagraph (ii), on the January 1 of the compliance period, as set out in the Specifications for Fuel LCA Model CI Calculations, or an energy efficiency ratio of 2.5, at the election of the registered creator, and

      • (iv) the quantities of electricity that are supplied to the electric vehicles referred to in subparagraphs (ii) and (iii);

    • (c) for each charging station referred to in subparagraph (a)(ii) that is accessible to marine vessels,

      • (i) its GPS coordinates to the fifth decimal place and, if any, its civic address,

      • (ii) the energy efficiency ratio for electric marine vessels t on the January 1 of the compliance period, as set out in the Specifications for Fuel LCA Model CI Calculations, or an energy efficiency ratio of 2.5, at the election of the registered creator, and

      • (iii) the quantity of electricity that is supplied to electric marine vessels; and

    • (d) the number of provisional compliance credits created under subsection 101(1) of these Regulations for the supply of electricity to electric vehicles.

  • 6 If the registered creator, or a person with whom they have entered into an agreement under section 21 of these Regulations, is the operator of a charging network referred to in subsection 102(1) of these Regulations, the following information with respect to the electricity that is supplied to electric vehicles:

    • (a) for each province in which the electricity is supplied to electric vehicles,

      • (i) the carbon intensity of the electricity that is determined in accordance with subsection 75(7) of these Regulations, that is approved under subsection 85(1) of these Regulations or that is the actual carbon intensity specified in the carbon-intensity-pathway report referred to in subsection 123(1) of these Regulations, as the case may be, and

      • (ii) the total quantity of electricity of a specified carbon intensity that is supplied to electric vehicles in the province, expressed in kilowatt hours;

    • (b) the energy efficiency ratio for light-duty electric vehicles on the January 1 of the compliance period, as set out in the Specifications for Fuel LCA Model CI Calculations, or an energy efficiency ratio of 2.5, at the election of the registered creator;

    • (c) for each charging station that is intended primarily for use by the occupants of a private dwelling-place,

      • (i) the province in which it is located and its serial number, and

      • (ii) the quantity of electricity of a specified carbon intensity that is supplied to electric vehicles by that charging station, expressed in kilowatt hours;

    • (d) for each charging station that is intended primarily for use by the public,

      • (i) the province in which it is located, its GPS coordinates to the fifth decimal place and, if any, its name or identifier, civic address and serial number, and

      • (ii) the quantity of electricity of a specified carbon intensity that is supplied to electric vehicles by that charging station, expressed in kilowatt hours; and

    • (e) the number of provisional compliance credits created under subsection 102(1) of these Regulations by the supply of electricity to electric vehicles.

  • 7 If the registered creator, or a person with whom they have entered into an agreement under section 21 of these Regulations, is the owner or operator of a hydrogen fuelling station, the following information with respect to the hydrogen supplied by those stations for use in Canada as an energy source for hydrogen fuel cell vehicles in accordance with paragraph 104(1)(a) of these Regulations:

    • (a) for each hydrogen fuelling station,

      • (i) its name, GPS coordinates to the fifth decimal place and, if any, its civic address, and

      • (ii) the quantity of hydrogen, expressed in kilograms, that is supplied to each class of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles listed in the Specifications for Fuel LCA Model CI Calculations;

    • (b) the carbon intensity of the hydrogen supplied to the vehicles referred to in subparagraph (a)(ii) that is the default carbon intensity referred to in paragraph 75(1)(a) of these Regulations or determined in accordance with paragraph 75(1)(b) or subsection 75(6) of these Regulations, that is approved under subsection 85(1) of these Regulations or that is the actual carbon intensity specified in the carbon-intensity-pathway report referred to in subsection 123(1) of these Regulations, as the case may be, and any alphanumeric identifier assigned to the carbon intensity;

    • (c) if feedstock is used to produce the hydrogen, the type of that feedstock and the region where it was extracted, harvested or produced;

    • (d) if eligible feedstock is used to produce the hydrogen, the maximum quantity of hydrogen, determined in accordance with subsection 45(1) of these Regulations, expressed in cubic metres, that is produced using the eligible feedstock in order to create compliance credits under paragraph 104(1)(a) of these Regulations and that is supplied to vehicles at each fuelling station; and

    • (e) the number of provisional compliance credits created under paragraph 104(1)(a) of these Regulations.

  • 8 If the registered creator, or a person with whom they have entered into an agreement under section 21 of these Regulations, is the owner or operator of a hydrogen fuelling station, the following information with respect to the hydrogen supplied by those stations for use in Canada as a fuel for vehicles other than hydrogen fuel cell vehicles in accordance with paragraph 104(1)(b) of these Regulations:

    • (a) for each hydrogen fuelling station,

      • (i) its name, GPS coordinates to the fifth decimal place and, if any, its civic address, and

      • (ii) the quantity of hydrogen, expressed in kilograms, that is supplied to each class of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles listed in the Specifications for Fuel LCA Model CI Calculations;

    • (b) the carbon intensity of the hydrogen supplied to the vehicles referred to in subparagraph (a)(ii) that is the default carbon intensity referred to in paragraph 75(1)(a) of these Regulations or determined in accordance with paragraph 75(1)(b) or subsection 75(6) of these Regulations, that is approved under subsection 85(1) of these Regulations or that is the actual carbon intensity specified in the carbon-intensity-pathway report referred to in subsection 123(1) of these Regulations, as the case may be, and any alphanumeric identifier assigned to the carbon intensity;

    • (c) if feedstock is used to produce the hydrogen, the type of that feedstock and the region where it was extracted, harvested or produced;

    • (d) if eligible feedstock is used to produce the hydrogen, the maximum quantity of hydrogen, determined in accordance with subsection 45(1) of these Regulations, expressed in cubic metres, that is produced using the eligible feedstock in order to create compliance credits under paragraph 104(1)(b) of these Regulations and that is supplied to vehicles at each fuelling station; and

    • (e) the number of provisional compliance credits created under paragraph 104(1)(b) of these Regulations.

  • 9 The following information with respect to each liquid low-carbon-intensity fuel that is produced or imported into Canada in order to create compliance credits and that the registered creator has either exported or sold for export during the compliance period or that is acquired in accordance with a transfer request referred to in section 108 of these Regulations and, during the compliance period, a person, other than a primary supplier or a registered creator, has exported or sold it for export:

    • (a) its quantity, expressed in cubic metres;

    • (b) its carbon intensity and any alphanumeric identifier assigned to it; and

    • (c) the number of compliance credits to be canceled and the account of the registered creator opened under section 28 of these Regulations into which the credits have been deposited.

  • 10 The following information with respect to each gaseous low-carbon-intensity fuel that is produced or imported into Canada in order to create compliance credits and that the registered creator has either exported or sold for export during the compliance period or that is acquired in accordance with a transfer request referred to in section 108 of these Regulations and, during the compliance period, a person, other than a primary supplier or a registered creator, has exported or sold it for export:

    • (a) its quantity, expressed in cubic metres or kilograms;

    • (b) its carbon intensity and any alphanumeric identifier assigned to it; and

    • (c) the number of compliance credits to be canceled and the account of the registered creator opened under section 28 of these Regulations into which the credits have been deposited.

  • 11 The following information with respect to any fuel or energy source for which compliance credits are created by the registered creator in accordance with section 88 of these Regulations:

    • (a) its carbon intensity and any alphanumeric identifier assigned to it under subsection 85(2) of these Regulations;

    • (b) in the case where its carbon intensity has been the subject of an application for temporary approval under subsection 91(1) of these Regulations,

      • (i) the carbon intensity that has been temporarily approved under subsection 91(4) of these Regulations and any alphanumeric identifier assigned to it under subsection 91(5) of these Regulations,

      • (ii) the period during which the temporarily approved carbon intensity was used to create compliance credits,

      • (iii) the quantity of fuel supplied during the period referred to in subparagraph (ii),

      • (iv) the energy density of the fuel or energy source, and

      • (v) the number of compliance credits created during the period referred to in subparagraph (ii) in respect of which a credit adjustment has been requested;

    • (c) in the case where its carbon intensity that was used to create compliance credits is the carbon intensity referred to in paragraph 75(1)(a) or (b) of these Regulations,

      • (i) its carbon intensity,

      • (ii) the period during which the carbon intensity was used to create compliance credits,

      • (iii) the quantity supplied during the period referred to in subparagraph (ii),

      • (iv) the energy density of the fuel or energy source, and

      • (v) the number of compliance credits created during the period referred to in subparagraph (ii) in respect of which a credit adjustment has been requested; and

    • (d) the total number of compliance credits referred to in subparagraphs (b)(v) and (c)(v) in respect of which a credit adjustment has been requested.

  • 12 The following information with respect to any fuel or energy source for which compliance credits are created by the registered creator after June 30, 2024:

    • (a) if its carbon intensity is approved after June 30, 2024, that carbon intensity and any alphanumeric identifier assigned to it under subsection 85(2) of these Regulations;

    • (b) if its carbon intensity is approved on or before June 30, 2024, that carbon intensity and any alphanumeric identifier assigned to it under subsection 85(2) of these Regulations, as well as

      • (i) the period during which the carbon intensity was used to create compliance credits,

      • (ii) the quantity supplied during the period referred to in subparagraph (i), and

      • (iii) the energy density of the fuel or energy source;

    • (c) in the case where its carbon intensity was used to create compliance credits before June 30, 2024 and that carbon intensity has been temporarily approved under subsection 91(4) of these Regulations or has been determined in accordance with section 75 of these Regulations, that carbon intensity and any alphanumeric identifier assigned to it, as well as

      • (i) the period during which the carbon intensity was used to create compliance credits,

      • (ii) the quantity supplied during the period referred to in subparagraph (i), and

      • (iii) the energy density of the fuel; and

    • (d) the total number of compliance credits in respect of which a credit adjustment has been requested.

  • 13 The total number of compliance credits referred to in sections 8 to 12 in respect of which a credit adjustment has been requested that are in any account of the registered creator opened under section 28 of these Regulations.

 

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