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(1)(2)

CH4

N2O

HFCs

PFCs

SF6

Other halogenated gases with CO2 equivalent conversion factors (3)

Other halogenated gases without CO2 equivalent conversion factors (4)

NOx

CO

NMVOCs

SO2

(Gg)

CO2 equivalents (Gg)

(Gg)

Gg)

4C Incineration and Open Burning of Waste

4D Wastewater Treatment and Discharge

4E Other (please specify)

5 OTHER

Indirect N2O emissions from the 5A Atmospheric Deposition of Nitrogen in NOx and NH3

5B Other (please specify)

Memo items (5)

International Bunkers

International Aviation (International Bunkers)

International Water-borne Transport (International Bunkers)

Multilateral Operations

(1 ) CO2 net emissions (emissions minus removals)

(2) Total amount of CO2 captured for long-term storage is to be reported separately for domestic storage and for export in the documentation box.

(3) The other halogenated gases for which the CO2 equivalent conversion factor is not available should not be included in this column. Such gases should be reported in the column 'Other halogenated gases without CO2 equivalent conversion factors'.

(4) When this column is used, gases should be listed separately in IPPU Background Tables and Table 2.11 and the name of the gas should be given in the documentation box.

(5) Emissions that are not included in the national total should be reported as memo items.

* Cells to report emissions of NOx, CO, NMVOC and SO2 have not been shaded although the physical potential for emissions is lacking for some categories. Documentation box:

Table 1 Energy Sectoral Table (1 of 3)

Categories

CO2 1 CH4 1 N2O 1 NOx 1 CO 1 NMVOCs 1 SO2

(Gg)

1 ENERGY

1A Fuel Combustion Activities

1A1 Energy Industries

1A1 a Main Activity Electricity and Heat Production

1A1 ai Electricity Generation

.. Combined Heat and Power Generation 1A1aii (CHP)

1A1 aiii Heat Plants

1A1 b Petroleum Refining

1A1 c Manufacture of Solid Fuels and Other Energy Industries

1A1 ci Manufacture of Solid Fuels

1A1 cii Other Energy Industries

1A2 Manufacturing Industries and Construction

1A2 a Iron and Steel

1A2 b Non-Ferrous Metals

1A2 c Chemicals

1A2 d Pulp, Paper and Print

1A2 e Food Processing, Beverages and Tobacco

1A2 f Non-Metallic Minerals

1A2 g Transport Equipment

1A2 h Machinery

1A2 i Mining (excluding fuels) and Quarrying

1A2 j Wood and Wood Products

1A2 k Construction

1A2 l Textile and Leather

1A2 m Non-specified Industry

1A3 Transport

1A3 a Civil Aviation

1A3 ai International Aviation (International Bunkers) (1)

1A3 aii Domestic Aviation

1A3 b Road Transportation

1A3 bi Cars

1A3 bi Passenger Cars with 3-way Catalysts

1A3 bi2 Passenger Cars without 3-way Catalysts

1A3 bii Light-duty Trucks

1A3 bii1 Light-duty Trucks with 3-way Catalysts

1A3 bii2 Light-duty Trucks without 3-way Catalysts

1A3 biii Heavy-duty Trucks and Buses

1A3 biv Motorcycles

1A3 bv Evaporative Emissions from Vehicles

1A3 bvi Urea-based Catalysts

1A3 c Railways

1A3 d Water-borne Navigation

1A3 di International Water-borne Navigation (International Bunkers) (1)

1A3 dii Domestic Water-borne Navigation

1A3 e Other Transportation

1A3 ei Pipeline Transport

1A3 eii Off-road

1A4 Other Sectors

1A4 a Commercial/Institutional

1A4 b Residential

Table 1 Energy Sectoral Table (2 of 3)

Categories

CO2

CH4

N2O

NOx

CO

NMVOCs

SO2

(Gg)

1A4 c Agriculture/Forestry/Fishing/Fish Farms

1A4 ci Stationary

1A4 cii Off-road Vehicles and Other Machinery

1A4 ciii Fishing (mobile combustion)

1A5 Non-Specified

1A5 a Stationary

1A5 b Mobile

1A5 bi Mobile (aviation component)

1A5 bii Mobile (water-borne component)

1A5 biii Mobile (other)

1A5 c Multilateral Operations (1) (2)

1B Fugitive Emissions from Fuels

1B1 Solid Fuel

1B1 a Coal Mining and Handling

1B1 ai Underground Mines

1B1 ai1 Mining

1B1 ai2 Post-mining Seam Gas Emissions

1B1 ai3 Abandoned Underground Mines

1B1 ai4 Flaring of Drained Methane or Conversion of Methane to CO2

1B1 aii Surface Mines

1B1 aii1 Mining

1B1 aii2 Post-mining Seam Gas Emissions

1B1 b Uncontrolled Combustion, and Burning Coal Dumps

1B1 c Solid Fuel Transformation

1B2 Oil and Natural Gas

1B2 a Oil

1B2 ai Venting

1B2 ai

Flaring

1B2 ai

i All Other

1B2 ai

i1 Exploration

1B2 ai

i2 Production and Upgrading

1B2 ai

i3 Transport

1B2 ai

i4 Refining

1B2 ai

i5 Distribution of Oil Products

1B2 ai

i6 Others

1B2 b Natural Gas

1B2 bi Venting

1B2 bi

Flaring

1B2 bi

i All Other

1B2 bi

i1 Exploration

1B2 bi

i2 Production

1B2 bi

i3 Processing

1B2 bi

i4 Transmission and Storage

1B2 bi

i5 Distribution

1B2 bi

i6 Others

1B3 Other Emissions from Energy Production

1C Carbon Dioxide Transport and Storage

1C1 Transport of CO2

1C1 a Pipelines

1C1 b Ships

1C1 c Other (Please specify)

1C2 Injection and Storage

1C2 a Injection

1C2 b Storage

Table1 Energy Sectoral Table (3 of 3)

Categories

CO2

CH4

N2O

NOx

CO

NMVOCs

SO2

(Gg)

Memo items (3)

International Bunkers

International Aviation (International Bunkers)

International Water-borne Transport (International Bunkers)

Multilateral Operations

Information items

CO2 from Biomass Combustion for Energy Production

(1) To be reported as a memo item, and not part of the national inventory.

(2) Multilateral operations pursuant to the Charter of the United Nations: including emissions from fuel delivered to the military in the country and delivered to the military of other countries.

(3) Emissions that are not included in the national total should be reported as memos.

* Cells to report emissions of NOx, CO, NMVOC and SO2 have not been shaded although the physical potential for emissions is lacking for some categories

Documentation box:

Table 1.1 Energy Background Table: 1A1-1A2 (1 of 2

Categories

Activity (TJ)

Emissions (Gg)

Information item(2) (Gg)

Solid

Liquid

Gas

Other fossil fuel

Peat(1)

Biomass

Total

CO2 amount captured (3)

Biomass

Solid

Liquid

Gas

Other fossil fuel

Peat

Biomass

CO2

ch4

n2o

CO2

ch4

n2o

CO2

ch4

n2o

CO2

ch4

n2o

CO2

ch4

n2o

ch4

n2o

CO2

ch4

n2o

CO2

CO2 emitted

1A Fuel Combustion Activities

1A1 Energy Industries

1A1a Main Activity Electricity and Heat Production

1A1ai Electricity Generation

1A1aii Combined Heat and Power Generation (CHP)

1A1 aiii Heat Plants

1A1b Petroleum Refining

1A1c Manufacture of Solid Fuels and Other Energy Industries

1A1ci Manufacture of Solid Fuels

1A1cii Other Energy Industries

1A2 Manufacturing Industries and Construction

1A2a Iron and Steel

1A2b Non-Ferrous Metals

1A2c Chemicals

1 A2d Pulp, Paper and Print

1A2e Food Processing, Beverages and Tobacco

1A2f Non-Metallic Minerals

1A2g Transport Equipment

Table 1.1 Energy Background Table: 1A1-1A2 (2 of 2

Categories

Activity (TJ)

Emissions (Gg)

Information item(2) (Gg)

Solid

Liquid

Gas

Other fossil fuel

Peat(1)

Biomass

Total

CO2 Amount captured (3)

Biomass

Solid

Liquid

Gas

Other fossil fuel

Peat

Biomass

CO2

ch4

n2o

CO2

ch4

n2o

CO2

ch4

n2o

CO2

ch4

n2o

CO2

ch4

n2o

ch4

n2o

CO2

ch4

n2o

CO2

CO2 emitted

1A2h Machinery

1A2i Mining and Quarrying

1 A2j Wood and Wood Products

1A2k Construction

1A2l Textile and Leather

1A2m Non-specified Industry

(1) Although peat is not strictly speaking a fossil fuel, the CO2 emissions from combustion of peat are included in the national emissions as for fossil fuels. See Chapter 1 of Energy Volume, page 1.15.

(2) Information items that are not themselves emissions, therefore not included in the national total. The carbon should be converted to carbon dioxide. It is subtracted in the CO2 emission columns (net emissions). Only CO2 captured for permanent storage in geological reservoirs should be subtracted.

(3) Enter the amount of CO2 captured as a negative number since this amount is subtracted from total CO2 produced.

Documentation box:

Table 1.2 Energy Background Table: 1A3-1A5 (1 of 2)

Emissions (Gg)

Total

Category

Activity (TJ)

Solid

Liquid

Gas

Other fossil fuel

Peat(1)

Biomass

emissions (Gg)

Solid

Liquid

Gas

Other fossil fuel

Peat

Biomass

CO2

ch4

n2o

CO2

ch4

n2o

CO2

ch4

n2o

CO2

ch4

n2o

CO2

ch4

n2o

ch4

n2o

CO2

ch4

n2o

1A3 Transport

1A3a

Civil Aviation

1A3ai

International Aviation (International Bunkers) (2)

1A3aii

Domestic Aviation

1 A3b

Road Transportation

1 A3bi

Cars

1A3bi1

Passenger Cars with 3-way catalysts

1A3bi2

Passenger Cars without 3-way Catalysts

1 A3bii

Light-duty Trucks

1A3bii1

Light-duty Trucks with 3-way Catalysts

1A3bii2

Light-duty Trucks without 3-way Catalysts

1A3biii

Heavy-duty Trucks and Buses

1 A3biv

Motorcycles

1 A3bv

Evaporative Emissions from Vehicles

1A3bvi

Urea based Catalyst (3)

1A3c

Railways

1 A3d

Water-borne Navigation

1A3di

International Water-borne Navigation (International Bunkers) (2)

1 A3dii

Domestic Water-borne Transport

1A3e

Other Transportation

1A3ei

Pipeline Transport

1A3eii

Off-road

1A4 Other Sectors

1A4a

Commercial/Institutional

1 A4b

Residential

14Ac

Agriculture/Forestry/Fishing/Fish Farms

1 A4ci

Stationary

1 A4cii

Off-road Vehicles and Other Machinery

1 A4ciii

Fishing (mobile combustion)

Table 1.2 Energy Background Table: 1A3-1A5 (2 of 2)

Category

Activity (TJ)

Emissions (Gg)

Total emissions (Gg)

Solid

Liquid

Gas

Other fossil fuel

Peat(1)

Biomass

Solid

Liquid

Gas

Other fossil fuel

Peat

Biomass

CO2

ch4

n2o

CO2

ch4

n2o

CO2

ch4

n2o

CO2

ch4

n2o

CO2

ch4

n2o

ch4

n2o

CO2

ch4

n2o

1A5 Non-Specified

1A5a Stationary

1 A5b Mobile

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