When compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG) is sold or delivered into a motor vehicle’s fuel supply tank by a licensed CNG/LNG dealer, the dealer collects the tax. Those who deliver CNG or LNG from their own storage into their own vehicles are also required to be licensed CNG/LNG dealers.
Fifteen cents ($.15) per gallon.
When the CNG and LNG tax is paid on or before the due date, apply the following deduction:
Quarterly on 25th day of the month following the end of the calendar quarter:
Yearly (if qualified) on January 25 (Tax Code Sec. 162.362).
Yearly on January 25 for previous year (Tax Code Sec. 162.362).
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