Mobile versus stationary combustion

For most sources the distinction between mobile and stationary combustion is quite clear. In energy statistics, this however is not always the case. In some industries it might occur that fuels are in part used for stationary equipment and in part for mobile equipment. This could for example occur in agriculture, forestry, construction industry etc. When this occurs and a split between mobile and stationary is not feasible, the emissions could be reported in the source category that is expected to have the largest part of the emissions. In such cases, care must be taken to properly document the method and choices.

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    What is stationary combustion emission factors?
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    What is stationary and mobile combustion?
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