Oregon’s Clean Fuels Program is a state-level standard designed to shirt transportation fuels away from high-carbon petroleum. The 2009 Oregon Legislature passed HB 2186 authorizing the Oregon Environmental Quality Commission to adopt rules to reduce the average carbon intensity of Oregon’s transportation fuels by 10 percent over a 10-year period. The 2015 Oregon Legislature passed SB 324 allowing DEQ to fully implement the Clean Fuels Program beginning in 2016. The rules for CFP can be found in Oregon Administrative Rules Chapter 340 Division 253. It focuses on the carbon-intensity of fuels, measuring in life-cycle emissions.