Greenhouse Gas Emissions Information Production Order: SOR/2018-214

Canada Gazette, Part II, Volume 152, Number 22

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October 19, 2018

GREENHOUSE GAS POLLUTION PRICING ACT

The Minister of the Environment, pursuant to subsections 197(2) and (3) of the Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act footnote a, makes the annexed Greenhouse Gas Emissions Information Production Order.

Gatineau, October 17, 2018

Catherine McKenna
Minister of the Environment

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Information Production Order

Interpretation

Definitions

1 (1) The following definitions apply in this Order.

Act means the Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act. (Loi)

authorized official means

biomass means plants or plant materials, animal waste or any product made of either of these, including wood and wood products, bio-charcoal, agricultural residues, biologically derived organic matter in municipal and industrial wastes, landfill gas, bio-alcohols, pulping liquor, sludge digestion gas and fuel from animal or plant origin. (biomasse)

Directive 017 means the directive entitled Directive 017: Measurement Requirements for Oil and Gas Operations, published by Alberta Energy Regulator on March 31, 2016. (Directive 017)

Directive PNG017 means the directive entitled Directive PNG017: Measurement Requirements for Oil and Gas Operations, published by Government of Saskatchewan on August 1, 2017. (Directive 017)

facility means

flaring emissions means controlled emissions of gases from industrial activities as a result of the combustion of a gas or liquid stream produced at a facility, the purpose of which is not to produce useful heat. It does not include emissions from the flaring of landfill gas. (émissions de torchage)

gaseous fuel means a fossil fuel that is gaseous at a temperature of 15°C and an absolute pressure of 101.325kPa. (combustible gazeux)

GHG means greenhouse gas. (English version only)

GHGRP means the guidelines entitled Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program, Canada’s Greenhouse Gas Quantification Requirements, published by the Department of the Environment in 2017. (Méthode de ECCC)

global warming potential or GWP means the global warming potential set out in column 2 of Schedule 3 to the Act for the greenhouse gas set out in column 1 of that Schedule. (PRP ou potentiel de réchauffement planétaire)

HFC means the hydrofluorocarbons referred to in items 6 to 24 of Schedule 3 to the Act. (HFC)

industrial process emissions means emissions from an industrial process that involves a chemical or physical reaction other than combustion and the purpose of which is not to produce useful heat. (émissions liées aux procédés industriels)

industrial product use emissions means emissions from the use of a product in an industrial process that does not involve a chemical or physical reaction and does not react in the process, including emissions from the use of sulphur hexafluoride (SF6), HFCs and PFCs as cover gases and the use of HFCs and PFCs in a foam-blowing process. (émissions associées à l’utilisation de produits industriels)

IPCC Guidelines means the guidelines entitled 2006 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories, published by the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies in 2006. (Lignes directrices du GIEC)

ISO Standard 14064-3:2006 means the standard ISO 14064-3:2006 entitled Greenhouse gases — Part 3: Specification with guidance for the validation and verification of greenhouse gas assertions, published by the International Organization for Standardization. (Norme ISO 14064-3:2006)

ISO Standard 14065:2013 means the standard ISO 14065:2013 entitled Greenhouse gases — Requirements for greenhouse gas validation and verification bodies for use in accreditation or other forms of recognition, published by the International Organization for Standardization. (Norme ISO 14065:2013)

leakage emissions means uncontrolled emissions. It does not include industrial process emissions and industrial product use emissions. (émissions dues aux fuites)

liquid fuel means a fossil fuel that is liquid at a temperature of 15°C and an absolute pressure of 101.325kPa. (combustible liquide)

on-site transportation emissions means emissions from registered or unregistered vehicles and other machinery used at the facility for the transport of substances, materials, equipment or products that are used in a production process or for the transport of people. (émissions liées au transport sur le site)

operator means a person who has the charge, management or control of a facility. (exploitant)

PFC means the perfluorocarbons referred to in items 25 to 33 of Schedule 3 to the Act. (PFC)

regulated facility means a facility referred to in subsection 4(1). (installation réglementée)

solid fuel means a fossil fuel that is solid at a temperature of 15°C and an absolute pressure of 101.325kPa. (combustible solide)

specified emission types means the types listed in subsection 4(3). (types d’émissions visés)

stationary fuel combustion emissions means emissions from stationary devices that combust solid fuels, liquid fuels, gaseous fuels, or tires or asphalt shingles, whether in whole or in part, for the purpose of producing useful heat. (émissions de combustion stationnaire de combustible)

venting emissions means controlled emissions that occur due to the design of a facility, to procedures used in the manufacture or processing of a substance or product or to pressure exceeding the capacity of the equipment at the facility. (émissions d’évacuation)

waste emissions means emissions that result from waste disposal activities at a facility, including the landfilling of solid waste, the biological treatment or incineration of waste and the flaring of landfill gas. It does not include emissions from the combustion of tires or asphalt shingles, whether in whole or in part, to produce useful heat or on-site transportation emissions. (émissions des déchets)

wastewater emissions means emissions resulting from industrial wastewater and industrial wastewater treatment at a facility. (émissions des eaux usées)

WCI Method means the method entitled Final Essential Requirements of Mandatory Reporting, published on December 17, 2010 by the Western Climate Initiative. (Méthode de la WCI)

Interpretation — Facility

(2) With respect to a facility

Incorporation by reference

(3) A reference to a standard or method that is incorporated by reference into this Order, except ISO Standard 14065:2013, ISO Standard 14064-3:2006 and GHGRP, is incorporated as amended from time to time.

PART 1

General

Purpose

Purpose

2 This Order establishes a requirement for a person responsible for a regulated facility to quantify the GHGs emitted from that facility, to quantify production amounts and to produce reports.

Content

Parts 1 and 21

3 (1) Part 1 sets out general provisions for regulated facilities, including requirements for the person responsible for those facilities to quantify the GHGs emitted, to comply with the sampling, analysis and measurement requirements and to quantify production in compliance with Parts 2 to 20. It also sets out the requirement to make and keep records and to produce a verified annual report. Part 21 sets out the day on which this Order comes into force.

Parts 2 to 20

(2) Each of Parts 2 to 20 applies to regulated facilities engaged in the industrial activity that is covered by that Part and sets out specific requirements for how to quantify the GHGs emitted, to comply with the sampling, analysis and measurement requirements and to quantify production.

Application

Regulated facilities

4 (1) This Order applies to the person that is responsible for a facility that meets the criteria set out in section 2 of the Notice Establishing Criteria Respecting Facilities and Persons and Publishing Measures or in respect of which a covered facility certificate has been issued by the Minister under section 171 of the Act.

Greenhouse gases

(2) The GHGs that must be quantified under this Order are the GHGs listed in Schedule 3 to the Act.

Specified emission types

(3) The following emission types are those for which the GHGs must be quantified:

Person Responsible

Owner or operator

5 For the purpose of this Order, the person that is responsible for a regulated facility is the owner or operator of that facility.

Quantification Requirements

Emissions

Regulated facilities referred to in Parts 2 to 7 or 9 to 20

6 (1) The person responsible for a regulated facility whose industrial activity is referred to in any of Parts 2 to 7 or 9 to 20 must

Missing data

(2) For the purpose of subsection (1), if, for any reason beyond the control of the person responsible for a regulated facility, the data required to quantify the GHG emissions are missing for a given period in a calendar year, replacement data for the given period must be calculated in accordance with the methods set out in the Part that is applicable to the regulated facility based on the industrial activity of the facility.

More than one industrial activity

(3) For the purpose of subsection (1) and subject to subsection (4), if more than one industrial activity referred to in any of Parts 2 to 7 or 9 to 20 is carried out at a regulated facility, the person responsible for the regulated facility must quantify the GHGs emitted for the specified emissions types for each industrial activity, in accordance with the requirements set out in the Part that is applicable to the facility based on the industrial activity in question.

Additional generation of electricity

(4) For the purposes of subsection (1) if a regulated facility generates electricity in addition to engaging in any other industrial activity set out in Parts 2 to 7 or 9 to 20, the person responsible for a regulated facility must quantify the GHGs emitted for the specified emissions types, attributable to the generation of electricity, for each industrial activity in accordance with the methods that are applicable to those industrial activities.

Regulated facility referred to in Part 8

Missing data

(2) For the purpose of subsection (1), if, for any reason beyond the control of the person responsible for the regulated facility, the data required to quantify the GHG emissions are missing for a given period in a calendar year, replacement data for the given period must be calculated in accordance with the methods set out in Part 8.

Alternative method

8 Despite sections 6 and 7, the person responsible for a regulated facility whose industrial activity is referred to in any of Parts 2 to 19 may use the IPCC Guidelines instead of the methods prescribed in those sections if

Production

Regulated facilities referred to in Parts 2 to 7 or 9 to 20

9 (1) Subject to subsection (2), the person responsible for a regulated facility referred to in any of Parts 2 to 7 or 9 to 20 must quantify the facility’s production, for the calendar year, in accordance with the requirements set out in the Part that is applicable to the facility based on the industrial activity of the regulated facility, with a margin of error of ±5%.

Additional generation of electricity

(2) If a regulated facility generates electricity in addition to engaging in any other industrial activity, the person responsible a regulated facility must quantify the amount of fossil fuel-fired electricity generated in accordance with the requirements set out in section 103, with a margin of error of ±5%.

Regulated facility referred to in Part 8

10 The person responsible for a regulated facility referred to in Part 8 must quantify production for each unit within the regulated facility, for the calendar year, in accordance with the requirements set out in that Part, with a margin of error of ±5%.

Records and Reports

Record

Information

11 The person responsible for a regulated facility must keep a record of the following information related to the regulated facility and each unit within it, if applicable:

Annual Report

Regulated facilities referred to in Parts 2 to 7 or 9 to 20

12 The person responsible for a regulated facility referred to in any of Parts 2 to 7 or 9 to 20 must prepare an annual report, for each facility for which they are responsible, that includes

Electricity generation facility

13 The person responsible for a regulated facility referred to in Part 8 must prepare an annual report, for each facility for which they are responsible, that includes

Excluded emissions

14 The following are not included in the total quantity of emissions in a calendar year that are determined in accordance with paragraph 12(b) or 13(b):

Excluded emissions — minimum

15 The combined total of the CO2, CH4 and N2O emissions, expressed in tonnes of CO2e, from stationary fuel combustion emissions is not included in the determination made under paragraphs 12(b) and 13(b) if that combined total does not exceed 0.5% of the total regulated facility CO2e emissions from all fuels combusted.

Rounding

16 For the purpose of sections 12 and 13, any result included in the report that arises from a calculation required by this Order is to be rounded to the nearest whole number and, if the number is equidistant between two whole consecutive numbers, to the higher number.

CO2 capture, transport, injection and storage

17 The person responsible for a regulated facility must quantify the CO2 captured, transported, injected or permanently stored at long-term geological sites — other than CO2 from the combustion or decomposition of biomass — using the quantification method described in section 1 of the GHGRP.

Submission of annual report

18 A person responsible for a regulated facility must submit their annual report to the Minister, on or before June 1 of each calendar year following the calendar year for which the report is made, along with a verification report prepared in accordance with section 20.

Verification of Annual Report

Verification of report

19 (1) The person responsible for a regulated facility must have the annual report verified by a verification body that meets

Conflict of interest

(2) The person responsible for a regulated facility must ensure that there exists no current or potential conflict of interest between the person and the accredited verification body, including members of the verification team and any individual or corporate entity associated with the verification body, that is a threat to or compromises the accredited verification body’s impartiality that cannot be effectively managed.

Facility visit

(3) The person responsible for a regulated facility must ensure that its facility is visited by a verification body for the purpose of clauses 4.5 and 4.6 of ISO Standard 14064-3:2006.

Content of verification report

20 (1) A verification report must be prepared by the verification body in relation to the annual report and any related records, and must include

Material discrepancy

(2) For the purpose of the verification of a regulated facility’s annual report, a material discrepancy exists when

Miscellaneous

Electronic submission

21 (1) Any information that is required to be provided to the Minister under this Order with respect to a regulated facility must be submitted electronically in the form and format specified by the Minister and must bear the electronic signature of the person responsible for the facility or of their authorized official.

Provision on paper

(2) If the Minister has not specified an electronic form and format or if it is not feasible to submit the information in accordance with subsection (1) because of circumstances beyond the control of the person that is responsible for the facility, the information must be submitted on paper, signed by the person that is responsible for the facility or their authorized official, in the form and format specified by the Minister. However, if no form and format has been so specified, it may be in any form and format.

Length of time for retaining records

22 (1) Every person responsible for a regulated facility that makes a record or submits information to the Minister under this Order must retain that record or a copy of that information and any supporting documents, including any calculations, measurements and other data on which the information is based, for a period of at least seven years beginning on the day on which a record was made or the day on which the information was made or submitted.

Location of records

(2) The records, copies of information submitted to the Minister and supporting documents, must be retained at the person responsible for the regulated facility’s principal place of business in Canada or, on notification to the Minister, at any other place in Canada where they can be inspected.

Relocation of records

(3) If the records, copies of information submitted to the Minister or supporting documents are moved, the person responsible for the regulated facility must notify the Minister, in writing, of the civic address of the new location within 30 days after the day of the move.

30 days

23 If there is a change to any administrative information required under sections 1 and 2 of Schedules 1 and 2, the person responsible for the regulated facility must notify the Minister, in writing, within 30 days of the change.

PART 2

Base Metals Facility

General

Covered industrial activities

24 This Part applies to regulated facilities that smelt or refine, from feedstock that comes primarily from ore, at least one of the following metals:

Quantification of Emissions and Production

Emissions from certain specified emission types

25 (1) The GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be quantified for the specified emission types set out in column 1 in accordance with the method for calculating GHG emissions set out in column 3. The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements that apply to those GHGs and specified emissions types are set out in column 4.

TABLE

Item


Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Calculating GHG Emissions

Column 4

Sampling, Analysis and Measurement Requirements

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4, and N2O

GHGRP 2.A and 2.B, except, for diesel, instead of emission factors in table 2-6 of section 2.B, use 0.133 kg/kL for CH4 and 0.4 kg/kL for N2O

GHGRP 2.C

2

Industrial process emissions from

     
 

(a) lead production

CO2

WCI Method WCI.163

WCI Method WCI.164

 
  • (b) zinc production

CO2

WCI Method WCI.243

WCI Method WCI.244

 
  • (c) copper and nickel production

CO2

WCI Method WCI.263

WCI Method WCI.264

3

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A.1.c, 2.A.1.d, 2.A.2.e and 2.B

GHGRP 2.C

Replacement data

(2) Replacement data for the GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be calculated for the specified emission type set out in column 1 using the method for estimating missing analytical data set out in column 3.

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Estimating Missing Analytical Data

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

2

Industrial
process emissions from

   
 
  • a) lead production

CO2

WCI Method WCI.165

 
  • b) zinc production

CO2

WCI Method WCI.245

 
  • c) copper and nickel production

CO2

WCI Method WCI.265

3

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

Other emissions

26 (1) All GHGs, other than those set out in column 2 of the table to subsection 25(1), for any specified emission type set out in column 1 and all GHGs for all other specified emission types not set out in column 1, must be quantified in accordance with:

Sampling, analysis and measurement

(2) The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements set out in the methods used under subsection (1) apply to the GHGs and specified emission types.

Production

27 Production by the regulated facility must be quantified in tonnes of the individual base metals or nickel matte produced, separately.

PART 3

Bitumen and Heavy Oil Upgrading Facilities

General

Covered industrial activities

28 This Part applies to regulated facilities at which bitumen or heavy oil is upgraded in order to produce synthetic crude oil.

Quantification of Emissions and Production

Emissions from certain specified emission types

29 (1) Subject to subsection (3), the GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be quantified for the specified emission types set out in column 1 in accordance with the method for calculating GHG emissions set out in column 3. The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements that apply to those GHGs and specified emissions types are set out in column 4.

TABLE

Item


Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Calculating GHG Emissions

Column 4

Sampling, Analysis and Measurement Requirements

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A and 2.B, except, for diesel, instead of the emission factors in table 2-6 of 2.B, use 0.133 kg/kL for CH4 and 0.4 kg/kL for N2O

Directive 017 or Directive PNG017

2

Industrial process emissions from

     
 
  • (a) hydrogen production

CO2

WCI Method WCI.133

WCI Method WCI.134

 
  • (b) sulphur recovery

CO2

WCI Method WCI.203(d)

WCI Method WCI.204(d)

 
  • (c) catalyst regeneration

CO2, CH4 and N2O

WCI Method WCI.203(a)

WCI Method WCI.204(a)

3

Flaring emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

WCI Method WCI.203(e)

WCI Method WCI.204(e)

4

Venting emissions from

     
 
  • (a) process vents

CO2 and N2O

WCI Method WCI.203(b)

WCI Method WCI.204(b)

 
  • (b) uncontrolled blowdown

CO2 and N2O

WCI Method WCI.203(k)

WCI Method WCI.204(b)

5

Wastewater emissions from

     
 
  • (a) anaerobic wastewater treatment

CH4 and N2O

WCI Method WCI.203(g)

WCI Method WCI.204(g)

 
  • (b) oil-water separators

CH4

WCI Method WCI.203(h)

WCI Method WCI.204(h)

6

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A.1.c, 2.A.1.d, 2.A.2.e and 2.B

GHGRP 2.C

Replacement data

(2) Replacement data for the GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be calculated for the specified emission type set out in column 1 using the method for estimating missing analytical data set out in column 3.

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHG

Column 3

Method for Estimating Missing Analytical Data

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

2

Industrial
Process emissions from

   
 
  • (a) hydrogen production

CO2

WCI Method WCI.135

 
  • (b) sulphur recovery

CO2

WCI Method WCI.205

 
  • (c) catalyst regeneration

CO2, CH4 and N2O

WCI Method WCI.205

3

Flaring emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

WCI Method WCI.205

4

Venting emissions from

   
 
  • (a) process vents

CO2 and N2O

WCI Method WCI.205

 
  • (b) uncontrolled blowdown

CO2 and N2O

WCI Method WCI.205

5

Wastewater emissions from

   
 
  • (a) anaerobic wastewater treatment

CH4 and N2O

WCI Method WCI.205

 
  • (b) oil-water separators

CH4

WCI Method WCI.205

6

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

Methane

(3) The requirements in subsection (1) do not apply to the quantification of CH4 from venting or leakage emissions.

Other emissions

30 (1) Subject to subsection (3), all GHGs, other than those set out in column 2 of the table to subsection 29(1), for any specified emission type set out in column 1 and all GHGs for all other specified emission types not set out in column 1, must be quantified in accordance with:

Sampling, analysis and measurement

(2) The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements set out in the methods used under subsection (1) apply to the GHGs and specified emission types.

Methane

(3) The requirements in subsection (1) do not apply to the quantification of CH4 from venting or leakage emissions.

Production

31 Production by the regulated facility must be quantified in barrels of synthetic crude oil.

PART 4

Cement Manufacturing Facility

General

Definitions

32 The following definitions apply in this Part.

grey cement means cement that is produced from clinker that contains more than 0.5% by weight of ferric oxide. (ciment gris)

white cement means cement that is produced from clinker that contains 0.5% or less by weight of ferric oxide. (ciment blanc)

Covered industrial activities

33 This Part applies to regulated facilities that produce grey cement or white cement.

Quantification of Emissions and Production

Emissions from certain specified emission types

34 (1) The GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be quantified for the specified emission types set out in column 1 in accordance with the method for calculating GHG emissions set out in column 3. The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements that apply to those GHGs and specified emissions types are set out in column 4.

TABLE

Item


Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Calculating GHG Emissions

Column 4

Sampling, Analysis and Measurement Requirements

1

Stationary fuel
combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A and 2.B, except, for diesel,
instead of the emission factors in table 2-6 of 2.B, use 0.133 kg/kL for CH4 and 0.4 kg/kL for
N2O

GHGRP 2.C

2

Industrial process emissions

CO2

GHGRP 4.A

GHGRP 4.B

3

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A.1.c , 2.A.1.d, 2.A.2.e and 2.B

GHGRP 2.C

Replacement data

(2) Replacement data for the GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be calculated for the specified emission type set out in column 1 using the method for estimating missing analytical data set out in column 3.

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Estimating Missing Analytical Data

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

2

Industrial process emissions

CO2

GHGRP 4.C

3

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

Other emissions

35 (1) All GHGs, other than those set out in column 2 of the table to subsection 34(1), for any specified emission type set out in column 1 and all GHGs for all other specified emission types not set out in column 1, must be quantified in accordance with:

Sampling, analysis and measurement

(2) The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements set out in the methods used under subsection (1) apply to the GHGs and specified emission types.

Production

36 The quantity of grey cement or white cement produced by the regulated facility, the quantity of clinker produced by the facility and the quantity of gypsum and limestone added to the clinker, must be quantified in tonnes, separately.

PART 5

Coal Mining Facility

General

Covered industrial activities

37 This Part applies to regulated facilities that produce coal by mining coal deposits.

Quantification of Emissions and Production

Emissions from certain specified emission types

38 (1) The GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be quantified for the specified emission types set out in column 1 in accordance with the method for calculating GHG emissions set out in column 3. The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements that apply to those GHGs and specified emissions types are set out in column 4.

TABLE

Item


Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Calculating GHG Emissions

Column 4

Sampling, Analysis and Measurement Requirements

1

Stationary fuel
combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A and 2.B, except, for diesel,
instead of the emission factors in table 2-6 of 2.B, use 0.133 kg/kL for CH4 and 0.4 kg/kL
for N2O

GHGRP 2.C

2

Leakage emissions from

     
 
  • (a) coal storage

CH4

WCI Method WCI.103

WCI Method WCI.104

 
  • (b) underground coal mining

CH4

WCI Method WCI.253

WCI Method WCI.254

3

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A.1.c , 2.A.1.d, 2.A.2.e and 2.B

GHGRP 2.C

Leakage emissions – surface coal mining

(2) The CH4 leakage emissions from surface coal mining must be quantified by multiplying the quantity of coal extracted by the applicable emission factor set out in column 3 of the table to this subsection, according to the province of extraction set out in column 1 and the type of coal set out in column 2.

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Province

Column 2

Coal Type

Column 3

Emission Factor

1

Nova Scotia

Bituminous

0.07

2

New Brunswick

Bituminous

0.07

3

Saskatchewan

Lignite

0.07

4

Alberta

Bituminous

0.55

5

Alberta

Sub-bituminous

0.20

6

British Columbia

Bituminous

0.86

Replacement data

(3) Replacement data for the GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be calculated for the specified emission type set out in column 1 using the method for estimating missing analytical data set out in column 3.

Item

Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Estimating Missing Analytical Data

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

2

Leakage emissions from

   
 

(a) coal storage

CH4

WCI Method WCI.105

 

(b) underground coal mining

CH4

WCI Method WCI.255

3

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

Other emissions

39 (1) All GHGs, other than those set out in column 2 of the table to subsection 38(1), for any specified emission type set out in column 1 and all GHGs for all other specified emission types not set out in column 1, must be quantified in accordance with:

Sampling, analysis and measurement

(2) The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements set out in the methods used under subsection (1) apply to the GHGs and specified emission types.

Emissions — exclusions

40 GHG emissions associated with the process of producing activated carbon and the process of producing char are not covered by this Part.

Production

41 Production by the regulated facility must be quantified in tonnes of thermal coal and metallurgical coal, separately.

PART 6

Scrap Based Steelmaking Facility

General

Covered industrial activities

42 (1) Subject to subsection (2), this Part applies to regulated facilities that produce steel from feedstock that comes primarily from scrap iron or steel.

Non-application

(2) This Part does not apply to a regulated facility that produces metal ingots or uses moulds to produce metal products of a specific shape or design the intended use of which when in that form is dependent in whole or in part on its shape or design.

Quantification of Emissions and Production

Emissions from certain specified emission types

43 (1) The GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be quantified for the specified emission types set out in column 1 in accordance with the method for calculating GHG emissions set out in column 3. The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements that apply to those GHGs and specified emissions types are set out in column 4.

TABLE

Item


Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Calculating GHG Emissions

Column 4

Sampling, Analysis and Measurement Requirements

1

Stationary fuel
combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A and 2.B, except, for diesel,
instead of the emission factors in
table 2-6 of 2.B, use 0.133 kg/kL for CH4 and
0.4 kg/kL for N2O

GHGRP 2.C

2

Industrial process emissions from

     
 
  • (a) electric arc furnace

CO2

GHGRP 6.A.5

GHGRP 6.C.1

 
  • (b) argon-oxygen decarburization vessels or vacuum degassing

CO2

GHGRP 6.A.6

GHGRP 6.C.1

 
  • (c) ladle furnace

CO2

GHGRP 6.A.9

GHGRP 6.C.1

3

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A.1.c , 2.A.1.d, 2.A.2.e and 2.B

GHGRP 2.C

Replacement data

(2) Replacement data for the GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be calculated for the specified emission type set out in column 1 using the method for estimating missing analytical data set out in column 3.

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Estimating Missing Analytical Data

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

2

Industrial process emissions from

   
  • (a) electric arc furnace

CO2

GHGRP 6.D

  • (b) argon-oxygen decarburization vessels or vacuum degassing

CO2

GHGRP 6.D

  • (c) ladle furnace

CO2

GHGRP 6.D

3

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and
N2O

GHGRP 2.D

Other emissions

44 (1) All GHGs, other than those set out in column 2 of the table to subsection 43(1), for any specified emission type set out in column 1 and all GHGs for all other specified emission types not set out in column 1, must be quantified in accordance with:

Sampling, analysis and measurement

(2) The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements set out in the methods used under subsection (1) apply to the GHGs and specified emission types.

Production

45 Production by the regulated facility must be quantified in tonnes of cast steel and rolled steel, separately.

PART 7

Ethanol Facility

General

Covered industrial activities

46 This Part applies to regulated facilities that produce grain ethanol for use in industrial applications or as fuel.

Quantification of Emissions and Production

Emissions from certain specified emission types

47 (1) The GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be quantified for the specified emission types set out in column 1 in accordance with the method for calculating GHG emissions set out in column 3. The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements that apply to those GHGs and specified emissions types are set out in column 4.

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Calculating GHG Emissions

Column 4

Sampling, Analysis and Measurement Requirements

1

Stationary fuel
combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A and 2.B, except, for diesel,
instead of the emission factors in
table 2-6 of 2.B, use 0.133 kg/kL for CH4 and
0.4 kg/kL for N2O

GHGRP 2.C

2

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A.1.c, 2.A.1.d, 2.A.2.e and 2.B

GHGRP 2.C

Replacement data

(2) Replacement data for the GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be calculated for the specified emission type set out in column 1 using the method for estimating missing analytical data set out in column 3.

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Estimating Missing Analytical Data

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

2

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

Other emissions

48 (1) All GHGs, other than those set out in column 2 of the table to subsection 47(1), for any specified emission type set out in column 1 and all GHGs for all other specified emission types not set out in column 1, must be quantified in accordance with:

Sampling, analysis and measurement

(2) The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements set out in the methods used under subsection (1) apply to the GHGs and specified emission types.

Production

49 Production by the regulated facility must be quantified in litres of absolute ethanol for both industrial ethanol and fuel ethanol, separately.

PART 8

Electricity Generation Facility

General

Definitions

50 The following definitions apply in this Part.

boiler unit has the same meaning as subsection 2(1) of the Regulations Limiting Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Natural Gas-fired Generation of Electricity. (groupe chaudière )

combustion engine means an engine, other than an engine that is self-propelled or designed to be propelled while performing its function, that

combustion engine unit has the same meaning as subsection 2(1) of the Regulations Limiting Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Natural Gas-fired Generation of Electricity. (groupe moteur à combustion)

unit means an assembly comprised of a boiler or combustion engine and any other equipment that is physically connected to either, including duct burners and other combustion devices, heat recovery systems, steam turbines, generators and emission control devices, and that operate together to generate electricity and, if applicable, produce useful thermal energy, from the combustion of fossil fuels. (groupe)

Covered industrial activities

51 This Part applies to regulated facilities that generate electricity as their main activity, that are used to generate electricity from fossil fuels and that are comprised of one unit or a group of units.

Quantification of Emissions and Production

Hybrid configuration

52 If a combustion engine unit and a boiler unit share the same steam turbine, the provisions of this Part apply as follows:

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

53 (1) CO2, CH4 and N2O from stationary fuel combustion emissions must be quantified by unit in accordance with the following:

Combustion of diesel — emission factors

(2) For the purpose of paragraph (1)(b), for the stationary combustion of diesel, the following emission factors must be used instead of those in table 2-6 of 2.B of GHGRP:

Sampling, analysis and measurement

(3) The following sampling, analysis and measurement requirements apply to stationary fuel combustion emissions for each unit:

Replacement data

(4) Replacement data for stationary fuel combustion emissions must be calculated in accordance with the following:

Emissions from certain specified emission types

54 (1) Subject to subsection (3), the GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be quantified for the specified emission types set out in column 1 in accordance with the method for calculating GHG emissions set out in column 3. The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements that apply to those GHGs and specified emissions types are set out in column 4.

TABLE

Item


Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Calculating GHG Emissions

Column 4

Sampling, Analysis and Measurement Requirements

1

Leakage emissions from coal storage

CH4

WCI Method WCI.103

WCI Method WCI.104

2

Industrial process emissions, from acid gas scrubbers and acid gas reagent

CO2

WCI Method WCI. 43(c)

WCI Method WCI.44

3

Industrial product use emissions from

     
 
  • (a) electrical equipment

SF6 and PFCs

WCI Method WCI.233

WCI Method WCI.234

 
  • (b) cooling units

HFCs

WCI Method WCI.43(d)

WCI Method WCI.44

4

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A.1.c , 2.A.1.d, 2.A.2.e and 2.B

GHGRP 2.C


Replacement data

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Estimating Missing Analytical Data

1

Leakage emissions from coal storage

CH4

WCI Method WCI.105

2

Industrial process emissions from acid gas scrubbers and acid gas reagent


CO2

WCI Method WCI.45

3

Industrial product use emissions from


   
 
  • (a) electrical equipment

SF6 and PFCs

WCI Method WCI.235

 
  • (b) cooling units

HFCs

WCI Method WCI.45

4

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

Apportioning emissions

(3) If the GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to subsection (1) emitted for the specified emission types set out in column 1 can only be quantified for the facility as a whole, those emissions must be apportioned to the facility’s units on the basis of each unit’s total generation of electricity relative to the facility’s total generation of electricity.

Other emissions

55 (1) All GHGs, other than those set out subsection 53(1) or in column 2 of the table to subsection 54(1), for any specified emission type set out in column 1 and all GHGs for all other specified emission types not set out in column 1, must be quantified in accordance with:

Sampling, analysis and measurement

(2) The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements set out in the methods used under subsection (1) apply to the GHGs and specified emission types.

Production — fossil fuel

56 (1) Subject to section 57, if a unit uses only one fossil fuel to generate electricity, production of electricity must be quantified in GWh of gross electricity generated by the unit, measured at the electrical terminals of the generators of each unit using meters that comply with the requirements of the Electricity and Gas Inspection Act and the Electricity and Gas Inspection Regulations.

Production — fossil fuel and biomass

(2) Subject to section 57, if a unit uses a mixture of fossil fuels or a mixture of biomass and fossil fuels to generate electricity, the gross electricity generated by the unit is to be determined separately for the gaseous fuels, liquid fuels and solid fuels, in accordance with the following formula and expressed in GWh:

Detailed information can be found in the surrounding text.

where

Detailed information can be found in the surrounding text.

where:

HB is determined in accordance with the following formula

Detailed information can be found in the surrounding text.

where:

Quantity of fuel

(3) The quantity of fuel for QFFj or QBi is determined on the following basis:

Production — hybrid configuration

57 If a facility generates electricity using a combustion engine unit and a boiler unit that share the same steam turbine, the quantity of electricity generated by a given unit is determined in accordance with subsection 11(2) of the Regulations Limiting Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Natural Gas-fired Generation of Electricity.

PART 9

Food Processing Facility

General

Covered industrial activities

58 This Part applies to regulated facilities engaged in the industrial processing of potatoes or oilseeds for human or animal consumption.

Quantification of Emissions and Production

Emissions from certain specified emission types

59 (1) The GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be quantified for the specified emission types set out in column 1 in accordance with the method for calculating GHG emissions set out in column 3. The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements that apply to those GHGs and specified emissions types are set out in column 4.

TABLE

Item


Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Calculating GHG Emissions

Column 4

Sampling, Analysis and Measurement Requirements

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A and 2.B, except, for diesel, instead of the emission factors in table 2-6 of 2.B, use 0.133 kg/kL for CH4 and 0.4 kg/kL for N2O

GHGRP 2.C

2

Wastewater emissions

CH4

WCI Method WCI.203(g)

WCI Method WCI.204(g)

3

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A.1.c , 2.A.1.d, 2.A.2.e and 2.B

GHGRP 2.C

Replacement data

(2) Replacement data for the GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be calculated for the specified emission type set out in column 1 using the method for estimating missing analytical data set out in column 3.

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Estimating Missing Analytical Data

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

2

Wastewater emissions

CH4

WCI Method WCI.205

3

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

Other emissions

60 (1) All GHGs, other than those set out in column 2 of the table to subsection 59(1), for any specified emission type set out in column 1 and all GHGs for all other specified emission types not set out in column 1, must be quantified in accordance with:

Sampling, analysis and measurement

(2) The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements set out in the methods used under subsection (1) apply to the GHGs and specified emission types.

Production

61 Production must be quantified in tonnes of potatoes used as a raw material for regulated facilities engaged in the industrial processing of potatoes and tonnes of finished products for regulated facilities engaged in the processing of oilseeds.

PART 10

Iron Ore Pelletizing Facility

General

Covered industrial activities

62 This Part applies to regulated facilities that produce iron ore pellets from iron ore concentrate.

Quantification of Emissions and Production

Emissions from certain specified emission types

63 (1) The GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be quantified for the specified emission types set out in column 1 in accordance with the method for calculating GHG emissions set out in column 3. The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements that apply to those GHGs and specified emissions types are set out in column 4.

TABLE

Item


Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Calculating GHG Emissions

Column 4

Sampling, Analysis and Measurement Requirements

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A and 2.B, except, for diesel, instead of the emission factors in table 2-6 of 2.B, use 0.133 kg/kL for CH4 and 0.4 kg/kL for N2O

GHGRP 2.C

2

Industrial process emissions (induration furnace)

CO2

GHGRP 6.A.1

GHGRP 6.C

3

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A.1.c, 2.A.1.d, 2.A.2.e and 2.B

GHGRP 2.C

Replacement data

(2) Replacement data for the GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be calculated for the specified emission type set out in column 1 using the method for estimating missing analytical data set out in column 3.

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Estimating Missing Analytical Data

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

2

Industrial process emissions (induration furnace)

CO2

GHGRP 6.D

3

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

Other emissions

64 (1) All GHGs, other than those set out in column 2 of the table to subsection 63(1), for any specified emission type set out in column 1 and all GHGs for all other specified emission types not set out in column 1, must be quantified in accordance with:

Sampling, analysis and measurement

(2) The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements set out in the methods used under subsection (1) apply to the GHGs and specified emission types.

Production

65 Production by the regulated facility must be quantified in tonnes of flux pellets and tonnes of pellets other than flux pellets, separately.

PART 11

Metal or Diamond Mining Facility

General

Covered industrial activities

66 This Part applies to regulated facilities that produce metal or diamonds from the mining or milling of ore or kimberlite.

Quantification of Emissions and Production

Emissions from certain specified emission types

67 (1) The GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be quantified for the specified emission types set out in column 1 in accordance with the method for calculating GHG emissions set out in column 3. The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements that apply to those GHGs and specified emissions types are set out in column 4.

TABLE

Item


Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Calculating GHG Emissions

Column 4

Sampling, Analysis and Measurement Requirements

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A and 2.B, except, for diesel, instead of the emission factors in table 2-6 of 2.B, use 0.133 kg/kL for CH4 and 0.4 kg/kL for N2O

GHGRP 2.C

2

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A.1.c , 2.A.1.d, 2.A.2.e and 2.B

GHGRP 2.C

Replacement data

(2) Replacement data for the GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be calculated for the specified emission type set out in column 1 using the method for estimating missing analytical data set out in column 3.

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Estimating Missing Analytical Data

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

2

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

Other emissions

68 (1) All GHGs, other than those set out in column 2 of the table to subsection 67(1), for any specified emission type set out in column 1 and all GHGs for all other specified emission types not set out in column 1, must be quantified in accordance with:

Sampling, analysis and measurement

(2) The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements set out in the methods used under subsection (1) apply to the GHGs and specified emission types.

Production

69 Production of diamonds and metals by the regulated facility must be quantified

PART 12

Lime Manufacturing Facility

General

Definitions

70 The following definitions apply in this Part.

dolomitic lime means lime derived from limestone other than high-calcium lime. (chaux dolomitique)

high-calcium lime means lime derived from limestone that contains less than 5% magnesium carbonate. (chaux forte en calcium)

Covered industrial activities

71 This Part applies to regulated facilities that produce dolomitic lime or high-calcium lime using a kiln.

Quantification of Emissions and Production

Emissions from certain specified emission types

72 (1) The GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be quantified for the specified emission types set out in column 1 in accordance with the method for calculating GHG emissions set out in column 3. The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements that apply to those GHGs and specified emissions types are set out in column 4.

TABLE

Item


Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Calculating GHG Emissions

Column 4

Sampling, Analysis and Measurement Requirements

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A and 2.B, except, for diesel, instead of the emission factors in table 2-6 of 2.B, use 0.133 kg/kL for CH4 and 0.4 kg/kL for N2O

GHGRP 2.C

2

Industrial process emissions

CO2

GHGRP 3.A

GHGRP 3.B

3

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A.1.c , 2.A.1.d, 2.A.2.e and 2.B

GHGRP 2.C

Replacement data

(2) Replacement data for the GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be calculated for the specified emission type set out in column 1 using the method for estimating missing analytical data set out in column 3.

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Estimating Missing Analytical Data

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

2

Industrial process emissions

CO2

GHGRP 3.C

3

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

Other emissions

73 (1) All GHGs, other than those set out in column 2 of the table to subsection 72(1), for any specified emission type set out in column 1 and all GHGs for all other specified emission types not set out in column 1, must be quantified in accordance with:

Sampling, analysis and measurement

(2) The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements set out in the methods used under subsection (1) apply to the GHGs and specified emission types.

Production

74 Production by the regulated facility must be quantified in tonnes of high-calcium lime produced, dolomitic lime produced and lime kiln dust sold, separately.

PART 13

Natural Gas Transmission Pipeline System

General

Covered industrial activities

75 This Part applies to a regulated facility that is a facility specified in paragraph (b) of the definition of facility in subsection 1(1) that transmits processed natural gas.

Quantification of Emissions and Production

Emissions from certain specified emission types

76 (1) The GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be quantified for the specified emission types set out in column 1 in accordance with the method for calculating GHG emissions set out in column 3. The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements that apply to those GHGs and specified emissions types are set out in column 4.

TABLE

Item


Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Calculating GHG Emissions

Column 4

Sampling, Analysis and Measurement Requirements

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A and 2.B, except, for diesel, instead of the emission factors in table 2-6 of 2.B, use 0.133 kg/kL for CH4 and 0.4 kg/kL for N2O

GHGRP 2.C

2

Flaring emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

WCI Method WCI. 353(d)

Directive 017 or Directive PNG017

Replacement data

(2) Replacement data for the GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be calculated for the specified emission type set out in column 1 using the method for estimating missing analytical data set out in column 3.

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Estimating Missing Analytical Data

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

2

Flaring emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

WCI Method WCI.355

Other emissions

77 (1) All GHGs, other than those set out in column 2 of the table to subsection 76(1), for any specified emission type set out in column 1 and all GHGs for all other specified emission types not set out in column 1, must be quantified in accordance with:

Sampling, analysis and measurement

(2) The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements set out in the methods used under subsection (1) apply to the GHGs and specified emission types.

Methane

(3) The requirements in subsection (1) do not apply to the quantification of CH4 from venting or leakage emissions.

Production

78 (1) Production by the regulated facility must be expressed in MWh, and is the sum of the results of the following formula for each of the drivers operated by the regulated facility:

Px × Lx Hx

where

P is the rated brake power of driver “x” expressed in megawatts, where “x” goes from 1 to n;

L is the actual annual average percent load of driver “x”, where “x” goes from 1 to n or, if the load is unavailable, the result of the following formula:

rpmavg /rpmmax

where

H is the number of hours during the year that driver “x” was operated, where “x” goes from 1 to n; and

n is the number of drivers operated by the regulated facility.

Definitions

(2) The following definitions apply in this section.

driver means an electric motor, reciprocating engine or turbine used to drive a compressor. (conducteur)

rated brake power means the maximum brake power of a driver as specified by its manufacturer either on its nameplate or otherwise. (puissance au frein nominale)

PART 14

Nitrogen-based Fertilizer Facility

General

Covered industrial activities

79 This Part applies to regulated facilities that manufacture at least one of the following substances:

Quantification of Emissions and Production

Emissions from certain specified emission types

80 (1) The GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be quantified for the specified emission types set out in column 1 in accordance with the method for calculating GHG emissions set out in column 3. The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements that apply to those GHGs and specified emissions types are set out in column 4.

TABLE

Item


Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Calculating GHG Emissions

Column 4

Sampling, Analysis and Measurement Requirements

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A and 2.B, except, for diesel, instead of the emission factors in table 2-6 of 2.B, use 0.133 kg/kL for CH4 and 0.4 kg/kL for N2O

GHGRP 2.C

2

Industrial process emissions from

  • (a) nitric acid
  • (b) ammonia- steam reforming

N2O

CO2

WCI Method WCI.313

WCI Method WCI.83

WCI Method WCI.314

WCI Method WCI.84

3

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A.1.c, 2.A.1.d, 2.A.2.e and 2.B

GHGRP 2.C


Replacement data

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Estimating Missing Analytical Data

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

2

Industrial process emissions from

  • (a) nitric acid
  • (b) ammonia- steam reforming

N2O

CO2

WCI Method WCI.315

WCI Method WCI.85

3

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

Other emissions

81 (1) All GHGs, other than those set out in column 2 of the table to subsection 80(1), for any specified emission type set out in column 1 and all GHGs for all other specified emission types not set out in column 1, must be quantified in accordance with:

Sampling, analysis and measurement

(2) The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements set out in the methods used under subsection (1) apply to the GHGs and specified emission types.

Production

82 Production by the regulated facility must be quantified in tonnes of nitric acid, ammonia, urea liquor and all other nitrogen-based fertilizers, separately.

PART 15

Natural Gas Processing Plant

General

Covered industrial activities

83 This Part applies to regulated facilities that process natural gas.

Quantification of Emissions and Production

Emissions from certain specified emission types

84 (1) The GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be quantified for the specified emission types set out in column 1 in accordance with the method for calculating GHG emissions set out in column 3. The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements that apply to those GHGs and specified emissions types are set out in column 4.

TABLE

Item


Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Calculating GHG Emissions

Column 4

Sampling, Analysis and Measurement Requirements

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A and 2.B, except, for diesel, instead of the emission factors in table 2-6 of 2.B, use 0.133 kg/kL for CH4 and 0.4 kg/kL for N2O

Directive 017 or, Directive PNG017

2

Industrial process emissions from acid gas removal

CO2

WCI Method WCI.363 (c)

WCI Method WCI.364

3

Flaring emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

WCI Method WCI.363(k)

Directive 017 or Directive PNG017

4

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A.1.c, 2.A.1.d, 2.A.2.e and 2.B

GHGRP 2.C

Replacement data

(2) Replacement data for the GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be calculated for the specified emission type set out in column 1 using the method for estimating missing analytical data set out in column 3.

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Estimating Missing Analytical Data

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

2

Industrial process emissions from acid gas removal

CO2

WCI Method WCI.365

3

Flaring emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

WCI Method WCI.365

4

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

Other emissions

85 (1) Subject to subsection (3), all GHGs, other than those set out in column 2 of the table to subsection 84(1), for any specified emission type set out in column 1 and all GHGs for all other specified emission types not set out in column 1, must be quantified in accordance with:

Sampling, analysis and measurement

(2) The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements set out in the methods used under subsection (1) apply to the GHGs and specified emission types.

Methane

(3) The requirements in subsection (1) do not apply to the quantification of CH4 from venting or leakage emissions.

Production

86 The natural gas processed by the regulated facility must be quantified in m3 at a temperature of 15°C and a pressure of 101.325 kPa.

PART 16

Bitumen and Other Crude Oil Facilities

General

Covered industrial activities

87 This Part applies to bitumen and other crude oil regulated facilities engaged in

Quantification of Emissions and Production

Emissions from certain specified emission types

88 (1) The GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be quantified for the specified emission types set out in column 1 in accordance with the method for calculating GHG emissions set out in column 3. The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements that apply to those GHGs and specified emissions types are set out in column 4.

TABLE

Item


Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Calculating GHG Emissions

Column 4

Sampling, Analysis and Measurement Requirements

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A and 2.B, except, for diesel, instead of the emission factors in table 2-6 of 2.B, use 0.133 kg/kL for CH4 and 0.4 kg/kL for N2O

Directive 017 or Directive PNG017

2

Flaring emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

WCI Method WCI.363(k)

Directive 017 or Directive PNG017

3

Wastewater emissions from

  • (a) anaerobic wastewater treatment
  • (b) oil-water separators

CH4 and N2O

CH4

WCI Method WCI.203(g)

WCI Method WCI.203(h)

WCI Method WCI.204(g)

WCI Method WCI.204(h)

4

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A.1.c, 2.A.1.d, 2.A.2.e and 2.B

GHGRP 2.C

Replacement data

(2) Replacement data for the GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be calculated for the specified emission type set out in column 1 using the method for estimating missing analytical data set out in column 3.

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Estimating Missing Analytical Data

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

2

Flaring emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

WCI Method WCI.365

3

Wastewater emissions from

  • (a) anaerobic wastewater treatment
  • (b) oil-water separators

CH4 and N2O

CH4

WCI Method WCI.205

WCI Method WCI.205

4

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

Other emissions

89 (1) Subject to subsection (3), all GHGs, other than those set out in column 2 of the table to subsection 88(1), for any specified emission type set out in column 1 and all GHGs for all other specified emission types not set out in column 1, must be quantified in accordance with:

Sampling, analysis and measurement

(2) The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements set out in the methods used under subsection (1) apply to the GHGs and specified emission types.

Methane

(3) The requirements in subsection (1) do not apply to the quantification of CH4 from venting or leakage emissions.

Production

90 Production by the regulated facility must be quantified in barrels of combined bitumen and heavy crude oil and in barrels of light crude oil, separately.

PART 17

Petroleum Refineries

General

Covered industrial activities

91 This Part applies to a regulated facility that is engaged in the processing of crude oil, including bitumen, heavy crude oil, light crude oil and synthetic crude oil, or secondary petroleum products and that has a combined annual volume of gasoline, diesel fuel and lubricant basestock produced that is greater than 40% of its annual volume of liquid petroleum products produced.

Quantification of Emissions and Production

Emissions from certain specified emission types

92 (1) The GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be quantified for the specified emission types set out in column 1 in accordance with the method for calculating GHG emissions set out in column 3. The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements that apply to those GHGs and specified emissions types are set out in column 4.

TABLE

Item


Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Calculating GHG Emissions

Column 4

Sampling, Analysis and Measurement Requirements

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A and 2.B, except, for diesel, instead of the emission factors in table 2-6 of 2.B, use 0.133 kg/kL for CH4 and 0.4 kg/kL for N2O

GHGRP 2.C

2

Venting emissions from

  • (a) process vent
  • (b) asphalt production
  • (c) delayed coking unit

CO2, CH4 and N2O

CO2, and CH4

CH4

WCI Method WCI.203(b)

WCI Method WCI.203(c)

WCI Method WCI.203(m)

WCI Method WCI.204(b)

WCI Method WCI.204(c)

WCI Method WCI.204(m)

3

Industrial process emissions from

  • (a) hydrogen production
  • (b) catalyst regeneration
  • (c) sulphur recovery
  • (d) coke calcining

CO2

CO2, CH4 and N2O

CO2

CO2, CH4 and N2O

WCI Method WCI.133

WCI Method WCI.203(a)

WCI Method WCI.203(d)

WCI Method WCI.203(j)

WCI Method WCI.134

WCI Method WCI.204(a)

WCI Method WCI.204(d)

WCI Method WCI.204(i)

4

Flaring emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

WCI Method WCI.203(e)

WCI Method WCI.204(e)

5

Leakage emissions

CH4

WCI Method WCI.203(i)

WCI Method WCI.204(b)

6

Wastewater emissions from

  • (a) anaerobic wastewater treatment
  • (b) oil-water separators

CH4 and N2O

CH4

WCI Method WCI.203(g)

WCI Method WCI.203(h)

WCI Method WCI.204(g)

WCI Method WCI.204(h)

7

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A.1.c, 2.A.1.d, 2.A.2.e and 2.B

GHGRP 2.C

Replacement data

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Estimating Missing Analytical Data

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

2

Venting emissions from

  • (a) process vents
  • (b) asphalt production
  • (c) delayed coking unit

CO2, CH4 and N2O

CO2, and CH4

CH4

WCI Method WCI.205

WCI Method WCI.205

WCI Method WCI.205

3

Industrial process emissions from

  • (a) hydrogen production
  • (b) catalyst regeneration
  • (c) sulphur recovery
  • (d) coke calcining

CO2

CO2, CH4 and N2O

CO2

CO2, CH4 and N2O

WCI Method WCI.135

WCI Method WCI.205

WCI Method WCI.205

WCI Method WCI.205

4

Flaring emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

WCI Method WCI.205

5

Leakage emissions

CH4

WCI Method WCI.205

6

Wastewater emissions from

  • (a) anaerobic wastewater treatment
  • (b) oil-water separators

CH4 and N2O

CH4

WCI Method WCI.205

WCI Method WCI.205

7

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

Other emissions

93 (1) All GHGs, other than those set out in column 2 of the table to subsection 92(1), for any specified emission type set out in column 1 and all GHGs for all other specified emission types not set out in column 1, must be quantified in accordance with:

Sampling, analysis and measurement

(2) The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements set out in the methods used under subsection (1) apply to the GHGs and specified emission types.

Production

94 (1) Production by the regulated facility must be quantified in direct-only complexity weighted barrels (direct-only CWB), in accordance with the method outlined in the directive entitled CAN-CWB Methodology for Regulatory Support: Public Report, published by Soloman Associates in January 2014.

Modification

(2) However, a reference in the method to

PART 18

Potash Facility

General

Covered industrial activities

95 This Part applies to regulated facilities that produce potash by mining and refining potash ore.

Quantification of Emissions and Production

Emissions from certain specified emission types

96 (1) The GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be quantified for the specified emission types set out in column 1 in accordance with the method for calculating GHG emissions set out in column 3. The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements that apply to those GHGs and specified emissions types are set out in column 4.

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Calculating GHG Emissions

Column 4

Sampling, Analysis and Measurement Requirements

1

Stationary fuel
combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A and 2.B, except, for diesel,
instead of the emission factors in
table 2-6 of 2.B, use 0.133 kg/kL for CH4 and
0.4 kg/kL for N2O

GHGRP 2.C

2

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A.1.c, 2.A.1.d, 2.A.2.e and 2.B

GHGRP 2.C

Replacement data

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Specified
Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Estimating Missing Analytical Data

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

2

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

Other emissions

97 (1) All GHGs, other than those set out in column 2 of the table to subsection 96(1), for any specified emission type set out in column 1 and all GHGs for all other specified emission types not set out in column 1, must be quantified in accordance with:

Sampling, analysis and measurement

(2) The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements set out in the methods used under subsection (1) apply to the GHGs and specified emission types.

Production

98 Production by the regulated facility must be quantified in tonnes of potash containing at least 90% potassium chloride from a conventional underground mining process or a solution mining process, separately.

PART 19

Pulp and Paper Facility

General

Covered industrial activities

99 This Part applies to regulated facilities that produce

Quantification of Emissions and Production

Emissions from certain specified emission types

100 (1) The GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be quantified for the specified emission types set out in column 1 in accordance with the method for calculating GHG emissions set out in column 3. The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements that apply to those GHGs and specified emissions types are set out in column 4.

TABLE

Item


Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Calculating GHG Emissions

Column 4

Sampling, Analysis and Measurement Requirements

1

Stationary fuel
combustion emissions from

     
 
  • (a) boiler, thermal oxidizer, direct-fired turbine, engine, gasifier and any other combustion device that generates heat, steam or energy

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A and 2.B, except,

  • (a) for biomass fuels, other than those specified in table 2-3 and 2-11 of GHGRP, use the emission factors provided in Table 20-2 of WCI Method WCI.20,(a) and
  • (b) for diesel, instead of the emission factors in table 2-6 of 2.B, use 0.133 kg/kL for CH4 and 0.4 kg/kL for N2O

GHGRP 2.C

 
  • (b) recovery boiler

CO2, CH4 and N2O

For fossil fuels, GHGRP 2.A and 2.B, except for diesel, instead of the emission factors in table 2-6 of 2.B, use 0.133 kg/kL for CH4 and 0.4 kg/kL for N2O, and for pulping liquor, WCI Method WCI.213(c)(a)

For fossil fuels, GHGRP 2.C, and for pulping liquor, WCI Method WCI.214

 
  • (c) lime kiln

CO2

GHGRP 2.A

GHGRP 2.C

 
  • (d) lime kiln

CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.B, except,

  • (a) use the default emission factors for lime kilns in table 210-1 of WCI Method WCI.213(a), and
  • (b) for diesel, instead of the emission factors in table 2-6 of 2.B, use 0.133 kg/kL for CH4 and 0.4 kg/kL for N2O,

GHGRP 2.C

2

Industrial process emissions: addition of carbonate compound into a lime kiln

CO2

WCI Method WCI.213(d)

Direct measurement of quantity of carbonate compounds used or indirect measurement using quantity of carbonate compounds according to the quantity on the delivery invoices

3

Wastewater emissions

CH4 and N2O

WCI Method WCI.203(g)

WCI Method WCI.204(g)

4

On site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.A.1.c , 2.A.1.d, 2.A.2.e and 2.B

GHGRP 2.C

(a) For the combustion of biomass fuels where CH4 and N2O emission factors are not prescribed, an alternative method must be used to estimate these emissions. The alternative method must not be biased toward understatement or overstatement of emissions.

Applicable equations

Replacement data

(3) Replacement data for the GHGs set out in column 2 of the table to this subsection must be calculated for the specified emission type set out in column 1 using the method for estimating missing analytical data set out in column 3.

TABLE

Item


Column 1

Specified Emission Types

Column 2

GHGs

Column 3

Method for Estimating Missing Analytical Data

1

Stationary fuel combustion emissions from

   
 
  • (a) boiler, thermal oxidizer, direct-fired turbine, engine, gasifier and any other combustion device that generates heat, steam or energy

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

 
  • (b) recovery boiler

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D and WCI Method WCI.215

 
  • (c) lime kiln

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

2

Industrial
process
emissions: addition of carbonate compound into a lime kiln

CO2

WCI Method WCI.215

3

Wastewater emissions

CH4 and N2O

WCI Method WCI.205

4

On-site transportation emissions

CO2, CH4 and N2O

GHGRP 2.D

Other emissions

101 (1) All GHGs, other than those set out in column 2 of the table to subsection 100(1), for any specified emission type set out in column 1 and all GHGs for all other specified emission types not set out in column 1, must be quantified in accordance with:

Sampling, analysis and measurement

(2) The sampling, analysis and measurement requirements set out in the methods used under subsection (1) apply to the GHGs and specified emission types.

Pulp and paper production

102 Production by the regulated facility must be quantified in tonnes of finished product, as follows

Electricity production

103 (1) If a regulated facility uses only one fossil fuel to generate electricity, production of electricity must be quantified in GWh of gross electricity generated through the use of fossil fuels, measured with meters that comply with the requirements of the Electricity and Gas Inspection Act and the Electricity Gas Inspection Regulations.

Electricity production — fossil fuel and biomass

(2) If a regulated facility uses a mixture of fossil fuels or a mixture of biomass and fossil fuels to generate electricity, the gross electricity generated by the facility is to be determined separately for the gaseous fuels, liquid fuels and solid fuels, in accordance with the following formula and expressed in GWh

Detailed information can be found in the surrounding text.

where

Quantity of fuel

(3) The quantity of fuels for QFFj and QBi is determined on the following basis:

PART 20

Other Regulated Facilities

General

Covered industrial activities

104 This Part applies to regulated facilities that are used to carry out an industrial activity not referred to in Parts 2 to 19.

Quantification of Emissions and Production

Emissions from certain specified emission types

105 (1) The GHGs that are emitted for specified emission types must be quantified in accordance with the following methods and the sampling, analysis and measurement requirements set out in those methods apply to those emissions:

Replacement data

Production

106 The quantity of each type of product produced by the regulated facility must be quantified in mass, volume or number of units, according to the units of measure currently used by the industrial sector in question.

PART 21

Coming into Force

January 1, 2019

107 (1) Subject to subsection (2), this Order comes into force on January 1, 2019.

Deferred application

(2) This Order becomes applicable in Yukon and Nunavut on July 1, 2019.

SCHEDULE 1

(Paragraphs 12(a) and 13(a))

Content of Annual Report on Emissions and Production

1 The following information respecting the person responsible for a regulated facility:

2 The following information respecting the regulated facility:

3 The quantity of each greenhouse gas emitted for the calendar year, expressed in tonnes, from each emission type:

4 If an alternative method is used to calculate, sample, measure and analyze in accordance with section 8 of this Order, a description of that method.

5 The quantity of CO2 that was captured, transported, injected at long-term geological sites and that was permanently stored in those sites, expressed in tonnes of CO2, for the calendar year.

6 A list of the methods used to calculate, sample, measure and analyze each specified emission type and greenhouse gas.

7 If steam and heat are sold or purchased, the quantity of steam and heat, expressed in megajoules (MJ), purchased and sold in the calendar year.

SCHEDULE 2

(Paragraphs 20(1)(a) to (c))

Content of Verification Report

1 The following information respecting the person responsible for a regulated facility:

2 The following information respecting the regulated facility:

3 The following information respecting the verification: