§ 95115. Data Requirements and Calculation Methods for General Stationary Combustion Facilities.
Emissions data report. The operator of any facility specified in section 95101(b)(8) that emits greater than or equal to 25,000 metric tonnes per year of CO2 from stationary combustion sources shall submit an emissions data report for each report year. The operator shall include the following information in the emissions data report:
Stationary combustion emissions:
Total CO2 emissions (metric tonnes)
CO2 emissions from biomass-derived fuels (metric tonnes)
Total CH4 emissions (metric tonnes)
Total N2O emissions (metric tonnes)
Fuel consumption by fuel type, 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. The operator shall determine and provide consumption of each fuel by direct measurement for the report year. If there are no installed devices for direct measurement of fuel consumption, facilities shall determine consumption on the basis of recorded fuel purchase or sales invoices measuring any stock change (measured in million Btu, gallons, million standard cubic feet, short tons or bone dry short ,tons) using the following equation: Fuel Consumption in the Report Year = Total Fuel Purchases – Total Fuel Sales + Amount Stored at Beginning of Year – Amount Stored at Year End
For reporting, Btu fuel consumption values shall be converted to million standard cubic feet, gallons, short tons, or bone dry short tons, using heat content values provided by the supplier, measured by the facility, or using values provided in Table 4 of Appendix A.
Average annual carbon content as a percent by fuel type, if measured or provided by fuel supplier.
Average annual high heat value by fuel type if measured or provided by fuel supplier, reporting in units of MMBtu per fuel unit as specified in section 95115(a)(2)(A).
Indirect energy usage:
Electricity purchases from each electricity provider (kWh)
Steam, heat, and cooling purchases from each energy provider (Btu)