the winter might cancel out the temperature effect, however, crude oil breathing losses will be higher.
Table 4-15 shows the SCAQMD TOG and VOC summer inventory for the years 1987, 1990, 2000, and 2010 for the SoCAB (SCAQMD 1997, III-B). The inventory of TOG, VOC, NOx, CO, and PM10, is also shown in Figure 4-1. Since the sources emit hydrocarbon emissions, TOG corresponds to total hydrocarbons and VOC corresponds to NMOG. of the values in the table were extracted from the 1997 inventory document with the exception of the refinery product throughput (19,500,000 gal/day) which was determined from and ARB inventory printout. Emissions for 1990 represent a baseline from which future year emissions are projected.
Table 4-15: SCAQMD Inventory for Oil Production, Refining, and Marketing
Oil & Gas Production