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  • (b)

    Calculation of CO2 Emissions. The operator shall calculate emissions of CO2 as specified below.

    • (1)

      The operator of a crude oil or natural gas production facility identified with the NAICS code 211111 shall report CO2 emissions from stationary combustion according to the methods specified in sections 95125(c),(d), and(f).

    • (A)

      For natural gas and associated gas, the operator shall use the method specified in section 95125(c) or 95125(d).

    • (B)

      For low Btu gases, the operator shall report emissions resulting from the combustion and/or destruction of low Btu gases as specified in section 95113(d)(3) or section 95125(f), as applicable.

    • (C)

      For fuel mixtures, the operator shall apply the method specified in section 95125(f).

  • (2)

    For all other facilities, the operator shall measure and report CO2 emissions from stationary combustion using one of the following methods:

    • (A)

      Use of a continuous emissions monitoring systems (CEMS) as specified in section 95125(g);

    • (B)

      Use of default emission factors and high heat values as specified in section 95125(a).

    • (C)

      Where a default high heat value is not supplied for a specific fuel type in Appendix A, the operator shall use the method provided in section 95125(c), (d), or (h) to calculate CO2 emissions.

    • (D)

      Operators not using CEMS who co-fire two or more types of fuels shall select methods specified in sections 95115(b)(1)-(2) that enable the operator to separately report CO2 emissions for each fuel type. Operators who co-fire with waste-derived fuels that are partly but not pure biomass may elect to determine the biomass portion of total CO2 emissions resulting from the combustion of the co-fired fuels using the method specified in section 95125(h)(2).

  • (c)

    Calculation of N2O and CH4 Emissions. The operator shall calculate emissions of N2O and CH4 emissions from stationary combustion using the methodologies provided in section 95125(b).

  • (d)

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

  • (e)

    Cogeneration. Operators of general stationary combustion facilities with cogeneration systems subject to the requirements of this article shall meet the requirements of section 95112.

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