This website provides information about the factors that influence fuel prices in BC, as part of the Fuel Price Transparency Act (FPT Act). Based on your feedback, regular improvements and enhancements will be made to the website.
We want to hear from you! The BCUC is conducting a public proceeding to establish a confidentiality framework for the FPT Act. The framework may impact members of the public who are interested in accessing or understanding the fuel data the BCUC receives, and the fuel industry responsible for reporting fuel data to the BCUC pursuant to the FPT Act. The deadline to request intervener status is January 6, 2021 and the last day to submit a letter of comment is January 13, 2021.
The British Columbia Utilities Commission (BCUC) is an independent agency of the Government of British Columbia. The BCUC regulates BC's energy utilities, the Insurance Corporation of BC's Basic automobile insurance rates, intra-provincial pipelines and the reliability of the electrical transmission grid. We are also responsible for administering BC’s Fuel Price Transparency Act (FPT Act).
As the Administrator of the FPT Act, the BCUC will be responsible for collecting and publishing information about gasoline and diesel fuel activities in BC, in an effort to promote competitiveness, and public confidence in the competitiveness of the fuel market. The BCUC does not regulate fuel prices in BC.Learn more about the BCUC