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    “Screening value” or “SV” means the instrument reading (ppmv) obtained when components, including but not limited to valves, pump seals, connectors, flanges, open-ended lines and other equipment components, are evaluated for leakage as described in United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) Method 21 – Determination of Volatile Organic Compound Leaks.

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    “Sector” means a broad industrial categorization such as specified in section 95101(b).

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    “Self-generation facility” means a facility dedicated to serving a particular end user, usually located on the user’s premises. The facility may either be owned directly by the end user or owned by an entity with a contractual arrangement to provide electricity to meet some or all of the user’s load.

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    “Small refiner” is as defined in Title 13, California Code of Regulations, section 2260(a)(32).

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    “Source” means greenhouse gas source, as defined in this section.

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    “Southwest” or “SW” means Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, and

western New Mexico.

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    “Specified source of power” or “specified source” means a particular generating unit or facility for which electrical generation can be confidently tracked due to full or partial ownership or due to its identification in a power contract including any California eligible renewable resource.

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    “Standard conditions” or “STP” or “standard temperature and pressure” means a temperature of 20 degrees Celsius (68 degrees Fahrenheit) and an absolute pressure of 760 mm (30 inches) of mercury or 60 degrees Fahrenheit and 1 atmosphere.

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    “Standard cubic foot” or “scf” means the amount of gas that would occupy a volume of one cubic foot if free of combined water at standard conditions.

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    “Stationary” means neither portable nor self propelled, and operated at a single facility.

(184) “Stationary combustion source” means a stationary source of combustion emissions, and for the purposes of this article does not include portable equipment, backup generators, or emergency generators as specified in section 95101(c)(2) and section 95101(c)(3).

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