Renewable Fuels Regulations (SOR/2010-189)

Regulations are current to 2014-10-27 and last amended on 2013-10-25. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE 5(Section 33)ANNUAL REPORT — INFORMATION REQUIRED FROM A PARTICIPANT

  • 1. Information respecting the participant:

    • (a) their name and civic address;

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

    • (c) the name, title, civic and postal addresses, telephone number and, if any, email address and fax number, of a contact person, if different from the authorized official.

  • 2. For each non-mobile facility in Canada at which the participant created a compliance unit by blending renewable fuel with a liquid petroleum fuel, the following information:

    • (a) the civic address and name, if any, of the facility;

    • (b) for each type of liquid petroleum fuel with which a renewable fuel was blended at the facility to result in liquid petroleum fuel other than high-renewable-content fuel,

      • (i) the volume, expressed in litres, of the liquid petroleum fuel with which the renewable fuel was blended,

      • (ii) the volume, expressed in litres, of the renewable fuel blended,

      • (iii) the type of renewable fuel and, if known, each type of renewable fuel feedstock that was used to produce that renewable fuel, and

      • (iv) the number of gasoline compliance units and of distillate compliance units that were created under section 13 of these Regulations; and

    • (c) for each type of liquid petroleum fuel with which a renewable fuel was blended at the facility to result in high-renewable-content fuel,

      • (i) the volume, expressed in litres, of the liquid petroleum fuel with which the renewable fuel was blended,

      • (ii) the volume, expressed in litres, of the renewable fuel blended,

      • (iii) the volumetrically-weighted average of renewable fuel content in the resulting high-renewable-content fuel, expressed as volume per cent,

      • (iv) the type of renewable fuel and, if known, each type of renewable fuel feedstock that was used to produce that renewable fuel, and

      • (v) the number of gasoline compliance units and of distillate compliance units that were created under section 13 of these Regulations.

  • 3. For each province in which the participant created a compliance unit by blending renewable fuel with liquid petroleum fuel in a mobile facility that is part of a fleet, the following information:

    • (a) the type and number of those mobile facilities;

    • (b) the province where the blending occurred; and

    • (c) for each type of liquid petroleum fuel with which a renewable fuel was blended to result in liquid petroleum fuel other than high-renewable-content fuel,

      • (i) the volume, expressed in litres, of the liquid petroleum fuel with which the renewable fuel was blended,

      • (ii) the volume, expressed in litres, of the renewable fuel blended,

      • (iii) the type of renewable fuel and, if known, each type of renewable fuel feedstock that was used to produce that renewable fuel, and

      • (iv) the number of gasoline compliance units and of distillate compliance units that were created under section 13 of these Regulations; and

    • (d) for each type of liquid petroleum fuel with which a renewable fuel was blended to result in high-renewable-content fuel,

      • (i) the volume, expressed in litres, of the liquid petroleum fuel with which the renewable fuel was blended,

      • (ii) the volume, expressed in litres, of the renewable fuel blended,

      • (iii) the volumetrically-weighted average of renewable fuel content in the resulting high-renewable-content fuel, expressed as volume per cent,

      • (iv) the type of renewable fuel and, if known, each type of renewable fuel feedstock that was used to produce that renewable fuel, and

      • (v) the number of gasoline compliance units and of distillate compliance units that were created under section 13 of these Regulations.

  • 4. For each province in which the participant created a compliance unit by importing liquid petroleum fuel with renewable fuel content, the following information:

    • (a) for each type of liquid petroleum fuel other than high-renewable-content fuel that was imported,

      • (i) the volume, expressed in litres, of the liquid petroleum fuel imported,

      • (ii) the volume, expressed in litres, of the renewable fuel in the imported liquid petroleum fuel,

      • (iii) the type of renewable fuel and, if known, each type of renewable fuel feedstock that was used to produce the renewable fuel and the country of origin of that renewable fuel, and

      • (iv) the number of gasoline compliance units and of distillate compliance units that were created under section 14 of these Regulations; and

    • (b) for each type of high-renewable-content fuel imported,

      • (i) the volume, expressed in litres, of the liquid petroleum fuel imported,

      • (ii) the volume, expressed in litres, of the renewable fuel in the imported liquid petroleum fuel,

      • (iii) the volumetrically-weighted average of renewable fuel content in the imported high-renewable-content fuel, expressed as volume per cent,

      • (iv) the type of renewable fuel and, if known, each type of renewable fuel feedstock that was used to produce the renewable fuel and the country of origin of that renewable fuel, and

      • (v) the number of gasoline compliance units and of distillate compliance units that were created under section 14 of these Regulations.

  • 5. For each production facility in Canada at which the participant created a compliance unit by using biocrude as feedstock, and for each type of biocrude, the following information:

    • (a) the civic address and name, if any, of the facility;

    • (b) the volume, expressed in litres, of biocrude used as feedstock and, if known, that volume, by each country of origin;

    • (c) the number of gasoline compliance units and of distillate compliance units created under section 15 of these Regulations; and

    • (d) the number of gasoline compliance units and of distillate compliance units cancelled under subsection 25(5) of these Regulations.

  • 6. For each facility in Canada at which the participant created a compliance unit by using neat renewable fuel, and for each province in which the participant created a compliance unit by selling neat renewable fuel to a neat fuel consumer, the following information:

    • (a) the civic address and name, if any, of the facility, or the province, as the case may be;

    • (b) the volume, expressed in litres, of neat renewable fuel sold to each neat renewable fuel consumer, the name of the neat renewable fuel consumer and, if known, each type of combustion device in which the neat renewable fuel was used as fuel;

    • (c) the volume, expressed in litres, of neat renewable fuel used as fuel by the participant and, if known, that volume by each type of combustion device in which the neat renewable fuel was so used; and

    • (d) the number of gasoline compliance units and of distillate compliance units created under section 16 of these Regulations.

  • 7. For each other participant from whom the participant received in trade compliance units, the name of that other participant and the number of gasoline compliance units and of distillate compliance units so received during the trading period in respect of the compliance period.

  • 8. For each primary supplier to whom the participant transferred in trade compliance units, the name of that primary supplier and the number of gasoline compliance units and of distillate compliance units so transferred in trade during the trading period in respect of the compliance period.

    • 9. (1) The number of gasoline compliance units and of distillate compliance units, if any, that were, in respect of the compliance period,

      • (a) carried forward into the next compliance period;

      • (b) carried forward into the compliance period from the preceding compliance period;

      • (c) carried back into the compliance period; and

      • (d) carried back from the compliance period into the preceding compliance period.

    • (2) In addition, for the first distillate compliance period, the number of distillate compliance units carried forward into that period, if any.

  • 10. The number of gasoline compliance units and of distillate compliance units, if any, cancelled

    • (a) under subsection 25(1) of these Regulations as a result of the primary supplier having carried back compliance units;

    • (b) under subsection 25(3) of these Regulations because they were in excess of the maximum permitted;

    • (c) under subsection 25(4) of these Regulations because compliance units were neither used nor carried forward;

    • (c.1) under subsection 25(6) of these Regulations because compliance units were neither carried forward nor assigned as envisaged by that subsection; and

    • (d) under paragraph 11(3)(c) of these Regulations as a result of the elective participant ending their participation in the trading system.

  • 11. For each province from which the participant, or one of their affiliates who is not a participant, exported a liquid petroleum fuel with renewable fuel content

    • (a) the volume exported, expressed in litres, by type of liquid petroleum fuel;

    • (b) in the case of exported diesel fuel and heating distillate oil, the volume, expressed in litres, of renewable fuel contained in those fuels, by each type of renewable fuel and by each type of renewable fuel feedstock, if known, that was used to produce that renewable fuel;

    • (c) in the case of exported liquid petroleum fuel other than diesel fuel and heating distillate oil, the volume, expressed in litres, of renewable fuel contained in that fuel, by each type of renewable fuel and by each type of renewable fuel feedstock, if known, that was used to produce that renewable fuel; and

    • (d) the number of gasoline compliance units and of distillate compliance units cancelled under subsection 25(2) of these Regulations.

  • 12. If the participant is a primary supplier, for each month during the gasoline compliance period or distillate compliance period, as the case may be,

    • (a) the number of gasoline compliance units in respect of the gasoline compliance period

      • (i) owned by the primary supplier at the end of the month,

      • (ii) that, during the next month, they transferred in trade that were in excess of those that they received in trade, and

      • (iii) as determined in accordance with subsection 19(1) of these Regulations; and

    • (b) the number of distillate compliance units in respect of the distillate compliance period

      • (i) owned by the primary supplier at the end of the month,

      • (ii) that, during the next month, they transferred in trade that were in excess of those that they received in trade, and

      • (iii) as determined in accordance with subsection 19(2) of these Regulations.

  • 13. The number of gasoline compliance units and of distillate compliance units owned by the participant at the end of the trading period in respect of the compliance period.

  • 14. The following information for each province in which the acquisition or transfer took place, by each type of renewable fuel and biocrude:

    • (a) the name of any person from whom the participant acquired, in Canada, renewable fuel or biocrude during the compliance period and the volume, expressed in litres, of that fuel or biocrude so acquired from that person;

    • (b) the name of any person to whom the participant transferred, in Canada, ownership of renewable fuel or biocrude during the compliance period and the volume, expressed in litres, of that fuel or biocrude so transferred to that person; and

    • (c) the volume, expressed in litres, of renewable fuel and of biocrude, in Canada, owned by the participant at the end of the compliance period.

  • 15. If a form and format has been specified by the Minister under subsection 31(5) of these Regulations, a copy of the participant`s compliance unit account book referred to in subsection 31(1) of these Regulations for the trading period in respect of the compliance period.

  • SOR/2011-143, ss. 21, 22.