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kg C / MMBtu

MMBtu / Barrel

kg CO2 / gallon

kg CO2 / MMBtu

20.62 18.87 19.95 19.33 19.72 17.19 17.20 16.25 17.75 17.72 20.24 19.33 21.49 20.33 18.14 18.24 19.95 18.24 19.37 27.85 17.51 19.86 20.33 19.81

6.636 5.048 5.825 5.670 5.670 3.861 3.824 2.916 4.162 4.328 6.065 5.218 6.287 5.800 5.248 4.620 5.825 4.620 5.428 6.024 6.000 5.248 5.825 5.537

11.94 8.31 10.14 9.56 9.75 5.79 5.74 4.13 6.44 6.69 10.71 8.80 11.79 10.29 8.30 7.35 10.14 7.35 9.17 14.64 9.17 9.09 10.33 9.57

75.55 69.14 73.10 70.83 72.25 62.98 63.02 59.54 65.04 64.93 74.16 70.83 78.74 74.49 66.46 66.83 73.10 66.83 70.97 102.04 64.16 72.77 74.49 72.58

Table 4. Default Carbon Content, Heat Content, and Carbon Dioxide Emission Factors from Stationary Combustion by Fuel Type (continued)

Petroleum Products Asphalt & Road Oil Aviation Gasoline Distillate Fuel Oil (#1, 2 & 4) Jet Fuel Kerosene LPG (energy use)

Propane Ethane Isobutane n-Butane Lubricants Motor Gasoline Residual Fuel Oil (#5 & 6) Crude Oil Naphtha (<401 deg. F) Natural Gasoline Other Oil (>401 deg. F) Pentanes Plus Petrochemical Feedstocks Petroleum Coke Still Gas Special Naphtha Unfinished Oils Waxes

25.60

15.38

1,442.62

93.80

24.74

8.7

788.7

90.65

kg C /

MMBtu /

kg CO2 /

kg CO2 /

MMBtu

Short Ton

Short Ton

MMBtu

Other Solid Fuels

Biomass Derived Fuels (Solid). Wood and Wood Waste (12% moisture content) or other solid biomass-derived fuels

Municipal Solid Waste (MSW)

Biomass-derived Fuels (Gas)

kg C /

MMBtu

S t a n d a cubic foot Btu / r d

kg CO2 /

Standard cubic ft.

kg CO2 / MMBtu

* Biogas

28.4

Varies

Varies

104.06

Note: Heat content factors are based on higher heating values (HHV).

* The emission factors for biogas include both the CO2 from combustion and the

pass-through CO2, which are assumed to be in equal proportions.

Source: U.S. EPA, Inventory of Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Sinks: 1990-2005 (2007), Annex 2.1, Tables A-28, A-31, A-32, A-35, and A-36, except: Heat Content factors for Unspecified Coal (by sector), Coke, Naphtha (<401 deg. F), and Other Oil (>401 deg. F) (from U.S. Energy Information Administration, Annual Energy Review 2005 (2006), Tables A-1, A-4, and A-5); Heat Content factors for Coal (by type) and LPG and all factors for Wood and Wood Waste, Landfill Gas, and Wastewater Treatment Biogas (from EPA Climate Leaders, Stationary Combustion Guidance (2004), Tables B-1 and B-2). MSW from Energy Information Administration, http://www.eia.doe/gov/oiaf/1605/factors.html and from California Air Resources Board, MSW California Air Resources Board, 2008.

Appendix A-7

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