The Petroleum Industry Information Reporting Act (PIIRA) requires all retail fueling stations operating in California to file an annual report each year. The California Retail Fuel Outlet Annual Report (CEC-A15) form is used by the California Energy Commission (Energy Commission) to collect the required retail sales information.

Who needs to file this report?

A report must be filed for any location which sells fuel (including, but not limited to, gasoline, diesel, E-85, biodiesel and LNG). This includes:

  • Service stations, including lessees, independent and unbranded station owners
  • Convenience stores which sell fuel
  • Hypermarts and grocery stores which sell fuel
  • Cardlock facilities which have retail sales to end users
  • Airports
  • Marinas
  • Truck stops
  • Any other type of outlet which sells fuel to retail level consumers

Note: A separate report must be filed for each retail fuel location.

The CEC-A15 form is available in either Microsoft Excel (.xls) or Adobe PDF format below, along with instructions on filling out the form. For more information regarding the CEC-A15, please contact one of the following Commission staff members:

Forms and Instructions


Foua Moua

Ryan Eggers

Related Links

Weekly Fuels Watch

Petroleum Watch

California Gasoline Statistics and Data

California Petroleum Statistics and Data

Staff Report - 2008 Best Permitting Practices Guidelines for Liquid Transportation Fuels Infrastructure - CEC-700-2008-002-SF

Staff Report - Petroleum Industry Information Reporting Act: Implementation Update - CEC-600-2006-016