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SoCAB except for diesel where it’s a low vapor pressure might preclude vapor control requirements.

Table 4-24:  Fugitive NMOG Emissions from Internal Floating Roof Storage Tanks

Fuel

Diesel

FT Diesel

M100

M100

RVP (psi)

0.03

0.04

4.63

4.63

TVP (psi)

0.02

0.02

3.50

3.50

Temp. (°F)

90

90

90

90

MW

130

120

32

32

Tank Capacity (bbl)

50,000

50,000

8,000

50,000

Tank Diameter (ft)

100

100

45

100

Tank Height (ft)

36

36

30

36

Throughput (bbl/yr)

600,000

600,000

100,000

600,000

Throughput (gal/day)

69,041

69,041

11,507

69,041

Turnover (day/tank)

30.42

30.42

29.20

30.42

Uncontrolled

Emissions (lb/yr)

198

187

159

349

Emissions (g/gal)

0.0036

0.0034

0.0172

0.0063

Table 4-25:  NMOG Emissions from Bulk Fuel Terminals

NMOG Emissions (g/gal)

Fuel

Plant/ Refinery

Bulk Terminal

Diesel

0.036

0.0036

LPG

0

0

FT Diesel

0.01

0.0036

M100

0.018

0.0063

Current M100 emissions are based on calculations for an 8000 bbl floating roof tank.  The throughput includes both chemical and vehicle methanol demand.  Future methanol emissions assume the same tank size and throughput as that of diesel.

Local Fuel Distribution — Liquid Fuels

This section describes the storage and distribution of liquid fuels at local service stations.  These emissions consist of the following categories:

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