Guidance

Motor fuel greenhouse gas emissions reporting

Guidance for companies affected by the Motor Fuel Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reporting Regulations introduced on 1 January 2013.

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Motor fuel greenhouse gas emissions reporting guidance

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This guidance provides information on how fuel suppliers should comply with the Motor Fuel (Road Vehicle and Mobile Machinery) Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reporting Regulations, as amended.

Detailed instructions and practical information is provided on:

  • the GHG reduction and reporting obligations that the GHG reporting regulations place on certain suppliers
  • applying for and maintaining an account with the administrator
  • applying for GHG credits
  • reporting information to the administrator
  • penalties for non-compliance.

The GHG regulations are closely related to the Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation (RTFO) Order.

Published 28 January 2014
Last updated 28 March 2018 + show all updates
  1. Updated information on how fuel suppliers should comply with the Motor Fuel (Road Vehicle and Mobile Machinery) Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reporting Regulations.
  2. Greenhouse gas reporting template updated for the 2015 greenhouse gas reporting year.
  3. First published.