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Clean Fuel Regulations (SOR/2022-140)

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Regulations are current to 2024-02-20

SCHEDULE 15(Paragraph 1(4)(q) and subsection 124(2))Contents of Material Balance Report

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

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

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

  • 2 An indication of whether the feedstock that was used to produce the low-carbon-intensity fuel is a feedstock referred to in paragraph 46(1)(b) or (c) of these Regulations.

  • 3 The type of feedstock that was used to produce the low-carbon-intensity fuel for which compliance credits may be created by carrying out a CO2e-emission-reduction project described in paragraph 30(d) of these Regulations or under any of sections 94 to 96, 99, 100 and 104 of these Regulations.

  • 4 The type of low-carbon-intensity fuel that was produced.

  • 5 The alphanumeric identifier assigned to the carbon intensity of the fuel under subsection 72(2) of these Regulations or the default carbon intensity that is referred to in paragraph 75(1)(a), whichever is applicable.

  • 6 The energy density of the low-carbon-intensity fuel, expressed in megajoules per cubic metre.

  • 7 The following information in respect of each period set out in subsection 45(3):

    • (a) the total quantity of low-carbon-intensity fuel referred to in subsection 45(1) of these Regulations;

    • (b) the quantity of the low-carbon-intensity fuel produced, which must be equal to or less than the quantity referred to in subsection 45(1) of these Regulations, using eligible feedstock for the purpose of creating compliance credits or to be imported into Canada for the purpose of creating compliance credits;

    • (c) the quantity of eligible feedstock used to produce the low-carbon-intensity fuel referred to in subsection 45(1) of these Regulations, expressed in kilograms or cubic metres, as applicable;

    • (d) the quantity of the feedstock, other than the quantity of an eligible feedstock, that was used to produce the low-carbon-intensity fuel referred to in subsection 45(1) of these Regulations, expressed in kilograms or cubic metres, as applicable;

    • (e) the quantity of eligible feedstock referred to in subsection 47(2) of these Regulations that was used to produce the low-carbon-intensity fuel in each of the facilities at the start of the period, expressed in kilograms or cubic metres, as applicable; and

    • (f) the quantity of eligible feedstock referred to in subsection 47(2) of these Regulations that was used to produce the low-carbon-intensity fuel and that was brought to the facility during the period , expressed in kilograms or in cubic metres, as applicable.

  • 8 If the foreign supplier supplies low-carbon-intensity fuel to any person who imports that fuel into Canada, the following information:

    • (a) the name, civic address, postal address, telephone number and, if any, email address of the person who imported the low-carbon-intensity fuel;

    • (b) the unique identifier used by the foreign supplier for their internal accounting purposes for each declaration referred to in subsection 58(3) of these Regulations that was provided by the foreign supplier to the person who imports the fuel into Canada; and

    • (c) the total quantity of the low-carbon-intensity fuel, expressed in kilograms or cubic metres, that was produced using eligible feedstock and supplied to the person who imports the fuel into Canada for the purpose of creating compliance credits.

 

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