Proposed Temporary Fuel Pathway Application
Clean Fuel Standard
Nov. 2, 2023 - Dec. 17, 2023, 11:59 p.m.
Comment on an application for a new temporary fuel pathway and carbon intensity value under the Clean Fuel Standard.
Montana Renewables, LLC has requested that Ecology add temporary fuel pathways and carbon intensity (CI) values for renewable naphtha.
Documents for review
- Montana Renewable Temporary Fuel Pathway Applications (look under Temporary Fuel Pathway Applications section)
Public comments on proposed new temporary fuel pathway will be accepted for 45 days prior to certification. If relevant comments received during this period require significant revisions of the originally published pathway, an updated pathway will be posted for additional public comment. Upon certification, this new temporary pathway will be available for WFRS-CBTS reporting for the quarter in which it is certified.
The Clean Fuel Standard will curb carbon pollution from transportation, which is the largest source of statewide greenhouse gas emissions in Washington. The Clean Fuel Standard is designed to decrease the carbon intensity of Washington's transportation fuels. It will provide an increasing range of low-carbon and renewable alternatives, which reduce dependency on petroleum and improve air quality.
As of Jan. 1, 2023, producers and suppliers of high-carbon intensity fuels must register, report, and meet the requirements of the Clean Fuel Standard program. Producers and suppliers of low-carbon intensity fuels may opt in and meet the requirements to generate credits.
- Use our online comment form
Comment by mail
Washington Department of Ecology
P.O. Box 47612
Olympia, WA 98504-7612
Clean Fuel Standard Fuel Pathway Specialist
To request ADA accommodation, contact Ecology's ADA Coordinator by email at email@example.com, or call 360-407-6831, 711 (relay service), or 877-833-6341 (TTY). More about our accessibility services.