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Mineral Exploration Fuel Tax Rebate Application


You may be eligible to claim a refund of tax paid on fuel used in mineral exploration.


Mineral exploration companies may apply for a refund of tax paid on the fuel used in their unlicensed machinery and equipment in their pre-production activities in exploring or prospecting for minerals.

How to Apply

Complete and submit a Mineral Exploration Fuel Tax Rebate Application, including a list of equipment and machinery that used fuel for which you are claiming a rebate and a listing of your fuel purchases.

Submit refund claims to:


Ministry of Finance
Revenue Division
PO Box 200
Regina, SK S4P 2Z6



Apply for the Mineral Exploration Fuel Tax Rebate

Further Information

FT-11, Fuel Tax Rebate for Mineral Exploration

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