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  • (4)

    Hydrogen Production Plant Emissions. The operator shall calculate emissions using the methodologies specified in section 95114, (metric tonnes).

  • (5)

    Process Emissions. The operator shall calculate process emissions using the methodologies in section 95113(b), (metric tonnes), and shall report any CO2 molecular fractions derived from approved source tests as specified in section 95113(b)(5)(B) .

  • (6)

    Fugitive Emissions. The operator shall calculate fugitive emissions using the methods specified in section 95113(c), (metric tonnes).

  • (7)

    Flaring Emissions. The operator shall calculate flare and control device emissions using the methods specified in section 95113(d), (metric tonnes)

  • (8)

    Electricity Generating Units. Operators of refineries with electricity generating units subject to the requirements of this article shall meet the requirements of section 95111.

  • (9)

    Cogeneration Emissions. Operators of refineries with cogeneration systems subject to the requirements of this article shall meet the requirements of section 95112.

  • (10)

    Indirect Energy Purchases. The operator shall calculate indirect energy purchased and consumed using methods specified in section 95125(k)-(l).

    • (b)

      Calculation of Process Emissions. The operator shall calculate process

emissions as specified in this section. Operators may elect to calculate CO2 process emissions resulting from catalyst regeneration (sections 95113(b)(1) and 95113(b)(2)) using a continuous emission monitoring system as specified in section 95125(g). In the absence of such CEMS data the operator shall use the following methods.

  • (1)

    Catalytic Cracking

    • (A)

      The operator shall calculate and report CO2 emissions from the continuous regeneration of catalyst material in fluid catalytic cracking units (FCCU) and fluid cokers using the methods specified in sections 95113(b)(1). Hourly coke burn rate shall be calculated as shown below:

CR = K1Qr(%CO2 + %CO) + K2Qa - K3Qr[%CO/2 + %CO2 + %O2] + K3Qoxy

(%Oxy)

Where: CR = hourly coke burn rate (kg/hr or lb/hr) K1, K2, K3 = material balance and conversion factors (K1, K2, and K3 - see Table 11, Appendix A)

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