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(low Btu gases)

0.3

0.1

Digester Gas

0.9

0.1

Distillate

3.0

0.6

Gasoline

3.0

0.6

Jet Fuel

3.0

0.6

Kerosene

3.0

0.6

Landfill Gas

0.9

0.1

LPG

1.0

0.1

Lubricants

3.0

0.6

MSW

30.0

4.0

Naphtha

3.0

0.6

Natural Gas

0.9

0.1

Natural Gas Liquids

3.0

0.6

Other Biomass

30.0

4.0

Petroleum Coke

3.0

0.6

Propane

1.0

0.1

Refinery Gas

0.9

0.1

Residual Fuel Oil

3.0

0.6

Tires

3.0

0.6

Waste Oil

30.0

4.0

Waxes

3.0

0.6

Wood (Dry)

30.0

4.0

Notes: Heat content factors are based on higher heating values (HHV). Values were converted from LHV to HHV assuming that LHV are 5 percent lower than HHV for solid and liquid fuels and 10 percent lower for gaseous fuels. Those employing this table are assumed to fall under the IPCC definitions of the "Energy Industry" or "Manufacturing Industries and Construction". In all fuels except for coal the values for these two categories are identical. For coal combustion, those who fall within the IPCC "Energy Industry" category may employ a value of 1 g of CH4/MMBtu.

Source: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, 2006 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories (2006), Volume 2, Tables 2.2, 2.3, and 2.4.

Appendix A-9

Default CH4

Default N2O

Emission Factor

Emission Factor

(g CH4/ MMBtu)

(g N2O / MMBtu)

3.0

0.6

3.0

0.6

10.0

1.5

3.0

0.6

(b) Methane and Nitrous Oxide Emission Factors for Stationary Combustion

The default methane and nitrous oxide emission factors for stationary combustion in Table 6 are provided for use with section 95125(b) of the regulation. For readability, these emission factors are provided in units of grams/MMBtu, but should be converted to kg/MMBtu (i.e., divided by 1000) when using them in the equations in section 95125(b).

Table 6. Default CH4 and N2O Emission Factors from

Stationary Combustion by Fuel Type

Fuel Type

Asphalt Aviation Gasoline Coal Crude Oil

Derived Gases

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