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CO2 emissions, the operator shall make this choice and continue to use the method chosen for all future emissions data reports. When an operator elects to install a new CEMS prior to January 1, 2011, the operator may report combustion emissions on the basis of the fuel-based calculation specified in this article for the 2008, 2009, and 2010 report years. The new CEMS shall be installed and operated according to requirements in section 95125(g), and become operational for purposes of emissions reporting by January 1, 2011.

  • (b)

    Reporting Schedule – Existing Facilities. Operators of the facilities and entities listed in section 95101(b), except as provided in section 95103(e), that are operational as of January 1, 2008, must submit emissions data reports to ARB in 2009 and each subsequent calendar year. Operators shall submit these reports as specified in the following schedule.

    • (1)

      The following operators subject to the requirements of this article shall submit a complete emissions data report to the ARB no later than April 1 of each calendar year beginning in 2009, for emissions occurring in the previous calendar year:

      • (A)

        Operators of general stationary combustion facilities, excluding oil and gas facilities with a NAICS code of 211111;

      • (B)

        Operators of electricity generating facilities and cogeneration facilities not under the operational control of any of the following: a retail provider, cement plant operator, petroleum refinery operator, hydrogen plant operator, or operator of an oil and gas facility with a NAICS code of 211111.

    • (2)

      The following operators subject to the requirements of this article shall submit a complete GHG emissions data report to the ARB no later than June 1 of each calendar year beginning in 2009, for emissions occurring in the previous calendar year:

      • (A)

        Retail providers;

      • (B)

        Marketers;

      • (C)

        Operators of general stationary combustion facilities within the oil and gas sector with a NAICS code of 211111;

      • (D)

        Operators of cement plants;

      • (E)

        Operators of petroleum refineries;

      • (F)

        Operators of hydrogen plants.

  • (c)

    Verification – Existing Facilities. Operators of all facilities subject to the reporting requirements of this article shall obtain verification services for emissions data reports submitted in 2010 and subsequent years from a verification body that meets the requirements of sections 95131 through 95133. Verification shall be obtained as provided in the following schedule.

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