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eCFR :: 40 CFR Part 98 -- Mandatory Greenhouse Gas

(a) This part establishes mandatory greenhouse gas (GHG) reporting requirements for owners and operators of certain facilities that directly emit GHG as well as for certain suppliers. For suppliers, the GHGs reported are the quantity that would be emitted from combustion or use of the products supplied.

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eCFR :: 40 CFR Part 98 -- Mandatory Greenhouse Gas

eCFR Content. The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) is the official legal print publication containing the codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the departments and agencies of the Federal Government. The Electronic Code of Federal Regulations (eCFR) is a continuously updated online version of the CFR.

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40 CFR §98 Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reporting - Code

506 行  2009-10-30  Part 98 - Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reporting PART 98 - MANDATORY

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40 CFR Part 98 - MANDATORY GREENHOUSE GAS

2021-8-3  17 CCR Sec. 95103 - § 95103 - Greenhouse Gas Reporting Requirements. 17 CCR Sec. 95104 - § 95104 - Emissions Data Report Contents and Mechanism. 17 CCR Sec. 95105 - § 95105 - Recordkeeping Requirements. 17 CCR Sec. 95106 - § 95106 - Confidentiality. 17 CCR Sec. 95110 - § 95110 - Cement Production.

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Fact Sheet: Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse Gases

2021-6-25  Provides an overview of the Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse Gases rule, which was published in October 2009 and went into effect in January 2010. Keywords: reporting requirements, greenhouse gases, final rule, ghg, greenhouse gas, Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program, 40 cfr part 98, fact sheet Created Date: 11/4/2013 12:22:44 PM

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Fact Sheet: Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse Gases

2021-6-25  mandatory reporting of greenhouse gases (GHG) from large GHG emissions sources in the United States. Implementation of 40 CFR Part 98 is referred to as the Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program (GHGRP). This comprehensive, nationwide emissions data will

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40 CFR § 98.1 Purpose and scope - Code of Federal

98.1 Purpose and scope. § 98.1 Purpose and scope. (a) This part establishes mandatory greenhouse gas (GHG) reporting requirements for owners and operators of certain facilities that directly emit GHG as well as for certain suppliers. For suppliers, the GHGs reported are the quantity that would be emitted from combustion or use of the products ...

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Greenhouse Gas Reporting Mandate per EPA 40 CFR Part 98

EPA published 40 CFR part 98 (Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reporting) on October 30, 2009 (see 74 FR 56260). Part 98 is designed to collect the information necessary to characterize and quantify greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from a broad range of industry sectors. It applies to direct emitters of GHGs (e.g., glass manufacturing facilities) and to ...

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Learn About the Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program

2021-10-6  The GHGRP (codified at 40 CFR Part 98) requires reporting of greenhouse gas (GHG) data and other relevant information from large GHG emission sources, fuel and industrial gas suppliers, and CO 2 injection sites in the United States. This data can be used by businesses and others to track and compare facilities' greenhouse gas emissions, identify opportunities to cut pollution, minimize wasted ...

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Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program (GHGRP) US EPA

2021-10-22  The GHGRP requires reporting of greenhouse gas (GHG) data and other relevant information from large GHG emission sources, fuel and industrial gas suppliers, and CO 2 injection sites in the United States. Approximately 8,000 facilities are required to report

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40 CFR Part 98 – Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reporting ...

Terms Used In 40 CFR Part 98. Abatement system: means a device or equipment that is designed to destroy or remove fluorinated GHGs or N; 40 CFR 98.98; Absorbent circulation pump: means a pump commonly powered by natural gas pressure that circulates the absorbent liquid between the absorbent regenerator and natural gas contactor.See 40 CFR 98.6; Acid Rain Program: means the program

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Learn About the Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program

2021-10-6  The GHGRP (codified at 40 CFR Part 98) requires reporting of greenhouse gas (GHG) data and other relevant information from large GHG emission sources, fuel and industrial gas suppliers, and CO 2 injection sites in the United States. This data can be used by businesses and others to track and compare facilities' greenhouse gas emissions, identify opportunities to cut pollution, minimize wasted ...

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EPA - 40 CFR PART 98 - MANDATORY GREENHOUSE GAS

2019-7-1  Find the most up-to-date version of 40 CFR PART 98 at Engineering360.

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Greenhouse Gas Reporting Mandate per EPA 40 CFR Part 98

EPA published 40 CFR part 98 (Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reporting) on October 30, 2009 (see 74 FR 56260). Part 98 is designed to collect the information necessary to characterize and quantify greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from a broad range of industry sectors. It applies to direct emitters of GHGs (e.g., glass manufacturing facilities) and to ...

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Federal Register :: Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse

2009-10-30  Excluded RD activities from reporting under 40 CFR part 98 by adding an exclusion in 40 CFR 98.2. Revised the requirements of the Designated Representative in 40 CFR 98.4 to align them with those in 40 CFR part 75 (ARP regulations). Changed record retention to three years instead of five years for most records (40 CFR 98.3).

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Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reporting Rule: EPA's

2015-7-6  proposed 40 CFR § 98.390 expressly include blenders. The final rule should be clearly revised to exclude blenders from the Subpart MM reporting requirements. In addition, the Preamble to the proposed rule and the proposed 40 CFR § 98.390 state that only importers and exporters of petroleum products need report under Subpart MM.

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eCFR :: 40 CFR 98.2 -- Who must report?

It is not an official legal edition of the CFR. Learn more about the eCFR, its status, and the editorial process. § 98.2 Who must report? ( a) The GHG reporting requirements and related monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting requirements of this part apply to the owners and operators of any facility that is located in the United States or ...

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40 CFR § 98.301 Reporting threshold - Code of Federal ...

98.301 Reporting threshold. § 98.301 Reporting threshold. (a) You must report GHG emissions from an electric power system if the total nameplate capacity of SF6 and PFC containing equipment (excluding hermetically sealed-pressure equipment) located within the facility, when added to the total nameplate capacity of SF6 and PFC containing equipment (excluding hermetically sealed-pressure ...

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Final Rule for Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse Gases ...

2021-5-6  The final rule applies to fossil fuel suppliers and industrial gas suppliers, direct greenhouse gas emitters and manufacturers of heavy-duty and offroad vehicles and engines. The rule does not require control of greenhouse gases, rather it requires only that sources above certain threshold levels monitor and report emissions. Final Rule (PDF ...

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40 CFR § 98.96 Data reporting requirements - Code of ...

98.96 Data reporting requirements. § 98.96 Data reporting requirements. In addition to the information required by § 98.3 (c), you must include in each annual report the following information for each electronics manufacturing facility: (a) Annual manufacturing capacity of each fab at your facility used to determine the annual manufacturing ...

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Greenhouse Gas Reporting Mandate per EPA 40 CFR Part 98

EPA published 40 CFR part 98 (Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reporting) on October 30, 2009 (see 74 FR 56260). Part 98 is designed to collect the information necessary to characterize and quantify greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from a broad range of industry sectors. It applies to direct emitters of GHGs (e.g., glass manufacturing facilities) and to ...

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Federal Register :: Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse

2010-9-22  As described in Section II.F of the preamble of the final Part 98, the Agency elected to require reporting at the facility level in 40 CFR part 98 because the purpose of this rule is to collect data from suppliers and from facilities with direct GHG emissions above selected thresholds for use in analyzing, developing, and implementing current ...

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Federal Register :: Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse

2009-10-30  Excluded RD activities from reporting under 40 CFR part 98 by adding an exclusion in 40 CFR 98.2. Revised the requirements of the Designated Representative in 40 CFR 98.4 to align them with those in 40 CFR part 75 (ARP regulations). Changed record retention to three years instead of five years for most records (40 CFR 98.3).

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Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reporting Rule: EPA's

2015-7-6  proposed 40 CFR § 98.390 expressly include blenders. The final rule should be clearly revised to exclude blenders from the Subpart MM reporting requirements. In addition, the Preamble to the proposed rule and the proposed 40 CFR § 98.390 state that only importers and exporters of petroleum products need report under Subpart MM.

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Learn About the Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program

2016-12-16  The GHGRP (codified at 40 CFR Part 98) requires reporting of greenhouse gas (GHG) data and other relevant information from large GHG emission sources, fuel and industrial gas suppliers, and CO 2 injection sites in the United States. This data can be used by businesses and others to track and compare facilities' greenhouse gas emissions, identify opportunities to cut pollution, minimize wasted ...

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40 CFR § 98.232 - GHGs to report. CFR US Law LII ...

2021-9-14  Electronic Code of Federal Regulations (e-CFR) Title 40 - Protection of Environment; CHAPTER I - ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY; SUBCHAPTER C - AIR PROGRAMS; PART 98 - MANDATORY GREENHOUSE GAS REPORTING; Subpart W - Petroleum and Natural Gas Systems § 98.232 GHGs to report.

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LEGAL DISCLAIMER USER’S NOTICE Unofficial

2021-6-9  40 CFR Part 98 Subpart C Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse Gases . PART 98—MANDATORY GREENHOUSE GAS REPORTING . Subpart C—General Stationary Fuel Combustion Sources §98.30 Definition of the source category. §98.31 Reporting threshold. §98.32 GHGs to report. §98.33 Calculating GHG emissions. §98.34 Monitoring and QA/QC requirements.

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Frequently Asked Questions - Mandatory Reporting of ...

2021-6-25  EPA is finalizing revisions to certain provisions of the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Reporting Rule, published on October 30, 2009, that established EPA’s Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program (under 40 CFR Part 98). The GHG Reporting Program requires large direct emitters of GHGs, and certain suppliers (e.g., of fossil fuels, petroleum products ...

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Mandatory GHG Reporting - Verification California Air ...

2021-10-9  Mandatory GHG Reporting - Verification. The Regulation for the Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse Gas Emissions (reporting regulation or MRR) requires the independent verification of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions data reports. Verification questions may be sent to [email protected]

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40 CFR Subpart W - Petroleum and Natural Gas Systems

2020-2-6  § 98.230 Definition of the source category. § 98.231 Reporting threshold. § 98.232 GHGs to report. § 98.233 Calculating GHG emissions. § 98.234 Monitoring and QA/QC requirements. § 98.235 Procedures for estimating missing data. § 98.236 Data reporting requirements. § 98.237 Records that must be retained. § 98.238 Definitions.

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