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  • (7)

    The operator shall report information in the units of measurement specified in sections 95110 through 95115.

  • (8)

    Fuel Analytical Data Capture. When the applicable emissions estimation methodologies in sections 95110 through 95125 require periodic collection of fuel analytical data for an emissions source, the operator shall demonstrate every reasonable effort to obtain a fuel analytical data capture rate of 100 percent for each report year.

  • (A)

    If the operator is unable to obtain fuel analytical data such that more than 20 percent of emissions from a source cannot be directly accounted for, and the source for which data are missing is not subject to separate fuel analytical data capture requirements specified in 40 CFR Part 75 or Part 60, the emissions from that source shall be considered unverifiable for the report year.

  • (B)

    If the fuel analytical data capture rate is at least 80 percent but less than 100 percent for any emissions source identified in sections 95110 through 95125, and that source is not subject to separate fuel analytical data capture requirements specified in 40 CFR Part 75 or Part 60, the operator shall use the mean of the fuel analytical data results captured to substitute for the missing values for the period of missing data.

  • (9)

    Fuel Use Measurement Accuracy. The operator shall employ procedures for fuel use data measurements (mass or volume flow) used to calculate GHG emissions that quantify fuel use with an accuracy within ±5 percent. All fuel use measurement devices shall be maintained and calibrated in a manner and at a frequency required to maintain this level of accuracy. The operator shall make available to the verification team documentation to support this level of accuracy. The operator who measures solid fuels shall validate fuel consumption estimates with belt or conveyor scale calibrations conducted at least quarterly, and retain record of such calibrations.

  • (10)

    Procedure for Interim Fuel Analytical Data Collection.

  • (A)

    In the event of an unforeseen breakdown of fuel analytical data monitoring equipment required for the emissions estimation methodologies in sections 95110 through 95125, the Executive Officer may authorize an operator to use an interim data collection procedure if the Executive Officer determines that the operator has satisfactorily demonstrated that:

    • 1.

      The breakdown may result in a loss of more than 20 percent of the source’s fuel data for the reporting year, such that emissions

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