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4. Method for Fuel Use to Carbon Dioxide Emissions Estimations

The following table shows the approximate amount of fuel that, when fully combusted, would result in 25,000 and 2,500 metric tonnes of CO2 for selected common fuel types.

The 25,000 metric tonne threshold is the level at or above which general stationary sources of combustion are required to report under the regulation. Similarly, the 2,500 metric tonne threshold is the level at or above which electricity generating facilities >1MW are required to report. This information is provided to give operators a rough estimate of whether or not a given facility falls within the scope of ARB’s mandatory reporting program. However, this table alone may not be used to demonstrate that a facility has no reporting obligation.

These tables are based on the ARB accepted emission factors which are set forth in this document. If an operator is combusting multiple fuels types, or is using a fuel type not listed in this table, then the operator must multiply the amount of fuel consumed annually for each fuel type by the ARB provided emission factor and sum the emissions to determine annual CO2 emissions from stationary combustion.

Table 3. Fuel Amounts Resulting in 25,000 or 2,500 MT of CO2

by Fuel Type

Fuel Type

Amount of

Amount of

fuel to

fuel to

produce

produce

25,000 MT

2,500 MT

CO2

CO2

Fuel Units

Kg CO2/Unit

Natural Gas (unspecified)

scf

0.05

459,140,464

45,914,046

MMBtu

53.02

471,520

47,152

LPG (energy use)

Gal

5.79

4,317,757

431,776

Distillate Fuel (#1,2 &4)

Gal

10.14

2,466,011

246,601

Motor Gasoline

Gal

8.80

2,841,174

284,117

Landfill Gas

MMBtu

52.03

480,503

48,050

scf

91,630,195

* 0.025

916,301,950

Coal (Unspecified Other Industrial)

Short Ton

Jet Fuel

Gal

Kerosene

Gal

Petroleum Coke

MMBtu

Short Ton

Crude Oil

Gal

, 2 082.89

, 12 003

, 1 200

9.56

2,614,682

261,468

9.75

2,562,972

256,297

102.04

244,996

24,500

2530.70

9,879

988

10.29

2,430,348

243,035

* Note: The emission factor shown includes only the CO2 emissions from the combustion pass-through emissions. of landfill gas. It does not include the CO2

Appendix A-5

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