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  • Liquid fuels

    You can claim fuel tax credits for the taxable liquid fuel you use in your business.

    Taxable liquid fuels include:

    • diesel
    • petrol – for example, unleaded, premium unleaded and high octane
    • heating oil
    • fuel oil – a heavier petroleum product used in industrial furnaces, ships and locomotives
    • kerosene
    • ethanol/petrol blends, commonly
      • E10 blend – a blend of ethanol and petrol that contains no more than 10% ethanol
      • E85 blend – a blend of ethanol and petrol that contains more than 10% but no more than 85% ethanol
       
    • biodiesel/diesel blends, commonly
      • B5 blend – a blend of biodiesel and diesel that contains no more than 5% biodiesel
      • B20 blend – a blend of biodiesel and diesel that contains no more than 20% biodiesel
       
    • other taxable liquid fuels – for example, mineral turpentine, white spirit and toluene.

    Blends

    Both the fuel tax credit calculator and the eligibility tool provide fuel tax credit rates for the common fuel blends that have been invoiced as B5, B20, E10 or E85.

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    Fuel tax credits – fuel blends.

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      Last modified: 21 Jul 2014QC 25605