However, because of the boost to the UK economy, that loss of revenue is much less - at £1.8 billion.
FairFuelUK will present the report when its leaders meet Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander in London.
Quentin Willson, national spokesman for FairFuelUK said today: "We have always argued that fuel duty shouldn't be the Treasury's sacred cash cow - it should be used a lever for growth.
"And we've proved our argument with robust financial research and modelling that shows if you raise duty you destroy jobs and damage growth."
Mr Willson went on: "Danny Alexander understands this critical point and is one of the few politicians who's actually listening to the facts and engaging with our argument. We appreciate the Government's aspiration to reduce the deficit but know that hiking fuel duty up by 3p in January will only make things much worse."