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§ 95113. Data Requirements and Calculation Methods for Petroleum Refineries.

  • (a)

    Greenhouse Gas Emissions Data Report. The operator of a petroleum refinery specified in section 95101(b) shall include in the emissions data report for each report year the information required by this section, using the calculation methods specified.

    • (1)

      Stationary Combustion – CO2 Emissions. The operator may elect to determine CO2 combustion emissions using Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS) as specified in section 95125(g) (metric tonnes). In the absence of such CEMS data the operator shall use the following methods by fuel type.

  • (A)

    Refinery Fuel Gas: CO2 emissions resulting from the combustion of refinery fuel gas as specified in section 95125(d) or 95125(e), (metric tonnes).

  • (B)

    Natural Gas and Associated Gas: CO2 emissions resulting from the combustion of natural gas and associated gas as specified in section 95125(c) or 95125(d), (metric tonnes).

  • (C)

    Fuel Mixtures: CO2 emissions resulting from the combustion of each fuel contained in the fuel mixture or for each fuel mixture as specified in section 95125(f), (metric tonnes).

  • (D)

    Other Fuels: CO2 emissions resulting from the combustion of No. 1, No. 2, No 4, No. 5, and No. 6 fuels, kerosene, residual oil, distillate oil, gasoline, diesel fuel, and LPG using the methods specified in section 95125(a), 95125(c), or 95125(d), (metric tonnes).

    • (E)

      Low Btu gases: CO2 emissions resulting from the combustion and/or destruction of low Btu gases as specified in section 95125(f) or 95113(d)(3). CO2 emissions resulting from the combustion of flexigas as specified in section 95125(d)(3)(A), (metric tonnes).

  • (2)

    Stationary Combustion – CH4 and N2O. Emissions from stationary combustion sources using methods specified in section 95125(b), (metric tonnes).

(3)

Fuel and Feedstock Consumption. Fuel consumption and feedstock consumption used to calculate GHG emissions by type in the report year (including petroleum coke) reporting in units of million standard cubic feet for gases, gallons for liquids, short tons for non-biomass solids, and bone dry short tons for biomass-derived solid fuels.

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