Fuel Types & Codes

These are the fuel types and their codes that fuel distributors, carriers, and terminal operators need to use when filing their returns through Revenue Online. If the fuel type is not listed below, choose the code that most closely matches your fuel type. Note: Blend components are taxed when blended with gasoline outside of a Terminal.
 

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65 - Gasolines

65 - Gasoline

71 - MTBE Gasoline

79 - E85 Gasoline

124 - 124 Gasohol

139 - e10 Gasoline

122 - Blended Components

55 - Butane

59 - Pentanes

61 - Natural Gasoline

76 - Xylene

122 - Blend Component (Generic)

123 -  Alcohol

126 - Naphthas

199 - Toluene

241 - Ethanol

243 -Methanol

 

160 - Special  Fuels

100 - Transmix

142 - Kerosene

145 - Low-Sulfur Kerosene

147 - High-Sulfur Kerosene

150 - #1 Fuel Oil

160 - Diesel

161 - #1 Diesel

167 - #2 Diesel

170 - Biodiesel Blend

175 - Residual Fuel Oil

284 -Biodiesel

228 - Dyed Special Fuels

72 - Dyed Kerosene

73 - Low-Sulfur Dyed Kerosene

74 - High-Sulfur Dyed Kerosene

171 - Dyed Biodiesel Blend

226 - High-Sulfur Dyed Diesel

227 - Low-Sulfur Dyed Diesel

228 - Dyed Diesel

231 - Dyed #1 Diesel

290 - Dyed Biodiesel  

 

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Aviation

125 -  Aviation Gasoline

130 -  Aviation Jet Fuel

Compressed Natural Gases 

 224 - Compressed Natural Gas 

 

Liquified Natural Gases

225 - Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)

Liquified Petroleum Gases

54 - Propane