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Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program

Applicability Tool for 2010-2013

Calculation Worksheet for Stationary and Portable Fuel Combustion Sources

Instructions.The fuel-feed types you selected for the facility are presented below. Input the annual amounts combusted for each type.

You did not provide values for all of the Stationary Fuel Combustion Sources that you had selected.
Please see below.

Selected Stationary and Portable
Source Combustion Fuels for
Unit of
(metric tons/yr)
(metric tons/yr)
(metric tons/yr)
Anthracite Short tons
Bituminous Short tons
Sub-bituminous Short tons
Lignite Short tons
Coke Short tons
Mixed (Commercial sector) Short tons
Mixed (Industrial coking) Short tons
Mixed (Industrial sector) Short tons
Mixed (Electric Power sector) Short tons
Natural Gas (weighted U.S. average) Standard cubic feet
Distillate Fuel Oil No. 1 Gallon
Distillate Fuel Oil No. 2 Gallon
Distillate Fuel Oil No. 4 Gallon
Residual Fuel Oil No. 5 Gallon
Residual Fuel Oil No. 6 Gallon
Used Oil Gallon
Kerosene Gallon
Liquefied Petroleum Gases (LPG) Gallon
Propane Gallon
Propylene Gallon
Ethane Gallon
Ethylene Gallon
Isobutane Gallon
Isobutylene Gallon
Butane Gallon
Butylene Gallon
Naphtha (< 401 deg. F) Gallon
Natural Gasoline Gallon
Other Oil (> 401 deg. F) Gallon
Pentanes Plus Gallon
Petrochemical Feedstocks Gallon
Petroleum Coke Gallon
Special Naphtha Gallon
Unfinished Oils Gallon
Heavy Gas Oils Gallon
Lubricants Gallon
Motor Gasoline Gallon
Aviation Gasoline Gallon
Kerosene-Type Jet Fuel Gallon
Asphalt and Road Oil Gallon
Crude Oil Gallon
Blast Furnace Gas Standard cubic feet
Coke Oven Gas Standard cubic feet
Propane Gas Standard cubic feet
Fuel Gas Standard cubic feet
Wood and Wood Residuals Short tons 0
Agricultural By-Products Short tons 0
Peat Short tons 0
Solid By-Products Short tons 0
Biogas (Captured methane) Standard cubic feet 0
Ethanol Gallon 0
Biodiesel Gallon 0
Rendered Animal Fat Gallon 0
Vegetable Oil Gallon 0
Tires Short tons
Plastics Short tons
Municipal Solid Waste Short tons
Global Warming Potential (GWP) 1 21 310
CO2e Emissions
Annual CO2e Emissions for Selected Fuels (metric tons/year)

* Emissions from fuels combusted in emergency generators should not be counted toward the Applicability.
** CO2 emissions from biomass-derived fuels are not counted toward the Applicability. Emissions from municipal solid waste (MSW)
and tires are adjusted by the GHG emissions calculator to account for the fact that MSW is typically about 60 percent biogenic in origin
and tires are typically about 20 percent biogenic in origin.


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