There's no time to run empty. Now available in Cardlock & Bulk delivery PREMIUM DIESEL view locations and learn more Whether you’re on the road or the jobsite, we provide the fuel and lubricants you need to get the job done. Access our extensive Cardlock fuel network and bulk fuel delivery services to reduce downtime and maximize your bottom line. Bulk Fuel Delivery The fuel you need, when you need it. Dieselex Gold Bulk Diesel & Gas Delivery High Quality Fuel Fuel Tanks & Accessories Rack Pricing ORDER FUEL Cardlock Fuel Network We have the most extensive fueling network in Alberta. Cardlock Network Manage Your Cards DEF At the Pump Cardlock Locations Card Security Tips GET YOUR FUEL CARD Lubricants & Filters We carry Shell and Chevron lubricants known for performance and efficiency. Engine Oils Hydraulic and Tractor Fluids Transmission Oils Gear Oils Filters SEE ALL PRODUCTS Federal Fuel Charge (Carbon Tax) in Alberta New fuel tax charge will be implemented on January 1, 2020 On January 1, 2020 the Federal Fuel Charge (Carbon Tax); mandated under the Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act, takes effect in Alberta. This fuel tax is already in place for our customers in Saskatchewan. The Federal Fuel Charge amount varies by fuel product offering and the Federal Government has announced targeted relief for certain sectors and individuals, including farmers. Please refer to the FAQs below to find additional information. When Does the Federal Fuel Charge (Carbon Tax) come into effect in Alberta? A: January 1, 2020 What are the federal fuel charges? Do they vary by product? Type of Fuel Jan 1, 2020 April 1, 2020 April 1, 2021 April 1, 2022 Gasoline 0.0442 0.0663 0.0884 0.1105 Diesel *Light Fuel Oil 0.0537 0.0805 0.1073 0.1341 Kerosene 0.0516 0.0775 0.1033 0.1291 Methanol 0.0220 0.0329 0.0439 0.0549 Propane 0.0310 0.0464 0.0619 0.0774 *rates are $/Litre. View a detailed list of fuel charges by product. Will the federal fuel charge rates increase? A: Yes, the rates increase every year on April 1st until 2022. The rates reflect a carbon pollution price of $20 per tonne of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) in 2019, rising by $10 per tonne annually to $50 per tonne in 2022. The rates are based on global warming potential factors and emission factors used by Environment and Climate Change Canada. Are certain customers exempt from the federal fuel charge? A: Yes, certain categories of customers are exempt from paying the federal fuel charge if the following criteria is met: Criteria Exempted categories: Farmer for gasoline, light fuel oil (diesel) Fisher for gasoline, light fuel oil (diesel) Registered Distributor Registered Rail carrier Remote power plant operator that generates electricity for remote communities for light fuel oil Partial exemption at 80% for Propane supplied to Greenhouse operator Where can customers obtain their exemption forms? A: Eligible customers can download their exemption forms here: Farmers: Form L402, Fuel Charge Exemption Certificate for Farmers Fishers: Form L403, Fuel Charge Exemption Certificate for Fishers Greenhouse Operator: Form L404, Fuel Charge Exemption Certificate for Greenhouse Operators Remote Power Plant Operator: Form L405, Fuel Charge Exemption Certificate for Remote Power Plant Operators Air, Marine, Rail or other Registered users: Form L401, Fuel Charge Exemption Certificate More information on exemption forms. Are Cardlock purchases eligible for exemption? A: Only farmers are eligible to use the exemption form L402 for qualifying purchases at a cardlock. Does the customer need to provide UFA with an exemption certificate? A: Yes. Customers must provide a copy of the exemption certificate to UFA and retain a copy of the certificate for themselves. We require your exemption certificate at time of sale; otherwise the federal fuel charge will be applied. We will not be able to issue a credit for any federal fuel charges prior to receiving your exemption certificate. How do I submit my certificate to UFA A: You can email a copy of the certificate to firstname.lastname@example.org, drop it off at your local UFA Agency or Fax it to (403) 570-4018. Do exemption certificates expire? A: No. Exemption certificates do not expire. Will the federal fuel charge be itemized on statements and invoices? Invoices will itemize the charge as ‘Fed Carbon Tax’ and exemptions as ‘Cert Fed Carb Tx Ex’. The charge will also be itemized on Cardlink reports. The federal fuel charge will not be called out on statements. Where can I get more information on federal fuel charges? More information available here. Your Trusted Fuel Supplier Eliminate the costly downtime of refuelling. We provide efficient and reliable fuel delivery to keep your operation moving. From clear or dyed diesel fuel and gasoline to lubricants and more, we’ve got what you need—and where you need it. We deliver many types of fuel including Dieselex Gold right to your worksite: DEF UNLEADED DYED GAS DIESEL DYED DIESEL HEATING OIL LUBRICANTS Order Bulk Oil Delivery We supply the highest quality fuel sourced from local Alberta markets. Learn more about our commitment to fuel quality > Cardlock Fuel Network UFA has the most extensive petroleum and rural Cardlock DEF network across Alberta. We provide single-card access to clear and dyed fuel to keep your operation moving. All you need is a UFA Fuel Card! 24/7 access to anyone Over 110 locations Online card management DEF at the pump Clear & dyed diesel & gas Access the Cardlock Network > Find a UFA Cardlock location near you We have over 110 Cardlock fueling stations. Pick one closest to you to learn more about it. Learn More Don't see your town? Check out location finder. Lost or stolen card? Please call 1-877-661-3835. 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