Suppliers of Petroleum Products &ERA Monitoring Checklist United States Environmental Protection Agency Final Rule: Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse Gases What Must Be Monitoredfor Each Supplier of Petroleum Products? For petroleum refineries, monitor these parameters... ~ Annual volume or mass of each petroleum product and natural gas liquid (NGL) (metric tons or barrels [bbl]) leaving the facility, aggregated by each measurement method used to determine quantity ~ Annual volume or mass of each petroleum product and each NGL that enters the refinery to be further refined or otherwise used on site (metric tons or bbl), aggregated by each measurement method used to determine quantity ~ Annual volume or mass of each type of biomass that enters the refinery and is co- processed with petroleum feedstock (metric tons or bbl), aggregated by each measurement method used to determine quantity ~ Volume of each batch of crude oil feedstock used at the refinery (bbl) ~ Sulfur content of each batch of crude oil feedstock at the point of entry at the refinery ~ For blended biomass-based fuels, percent volume of each product that is petroleum- based ~ Percent of total mass that carbon represents in the petroleum product or NGL, and method of carbon share measurement, if using Calculation Method 2 ~ Percent of total mass of each molecular component in the petroleum product or NGL, if using Calculation Method 2 and gas chromatography ~ API gravity of each batch of crude oil feedstock at the point of entry at the refinery ~ Country of origin of each batch of crude oil feedstock (if known) ~ Number of samples collected, and sampling method used, if using Calculation Method 2 ~ Annual quantity of bulk NGLs (metric tons or bbl) received for processing ~ Density of non-solid petroleum product or NGL, and method of density measurement, if using Calculation Method 2 (metric tons per bbl) Suppliers of Petroleum Products Monitoring Checklist 40 CFR 98, subpart MM Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse Gases September 2009 Page 1 of 2 ------- For importers and exporters of petroleum products and NGLs, measure these parameters... ~ Annual volume or mass of each petroleum product and NGL imported or exported (metric tons or bbl), aggregated by each measurement method used to determine quantity ~ Percent of total mass of carbon in the petroleum product or NGL, and method of carbon share measurement, if using Calculation Method 2 ~ For blended biomass-based fuels, percent volume of each product that is petroleum- based ~ Density of non-solid petroleum product or NGL, and method of density measurement, if using Calculation Method 2 (metric tons per bbl) ~ Percent of total mass of each molecular component in the petroleum product or NGL, if using Calculation Method 2 and gas chromatography ~ Number of samples collected, and sampling method used, if using Calculation Method 2 See also the information sheet for Suppliers of Petroleum Products (EPA-430-F-09-014R) at: www.epa.gov/climatechange/emissions/downloads/infosheets/supplierspetroleumproducts.pdf. Suppliers of Petroleum Products Monitoring Checklist Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse Gases Page 2 of 2 40 CFR 98, subpart MM September 2009 ------- |