Step 4 Calculating carbon stored

Family Bunker Plans

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Module

Energy

Submodule

CO2 from Energy Sources (Reference Approach)

Worksheet

1

Sheet

1 OF 5

Production

Imports

Exports

International Bunkers

Stock Change

Apparent Consumption

Fuel Types

F=(A+B -C-D-E)

Liquid Fossil

Primary Fuels

Crude Oil

Orimulsion

Natural Gas Liquids

Secondary Fuels

Gasoline

Jet Kerosene

Other Kerosene

Shale Oil

Gas / Diesel Oil

Residual Fuel Oil

LPG

Ethane

Naphtha

Bitumen

Lubricants

Petroleum Coke

Refinery Feedstocks

Other Oil

Liquid Fossil Totals

Solid Fossil

Primary Fuels

Anthracite(a)

Coking Coal

Other Bit. Coal

Sub-Bit. Coal

Lignite

Oil Shale

Peat

Secondary Fuels

BKB & Patent Fuel

Coke Oven/Gas Coke

Solid Fossil Totals

Gaseous Fossil

Natural Gas (Dry)

Total

Biomass Total

Solid biomass

Liquid biomass

Gas biomass

(a) If anthracite is not separately available, include with other bituminous coal.

MODULE

Energy

SUBMODULE

CO2 from Energy Sources (Reference Approach)

Worksheet

1

Sheet

2 OF 5

STEP 2

STEP 3

G(a)

H

I

J

K

Conversion Factor (TJ/Unit)

Apparent Consumption

(TJ)

Carbon Emission Factor (t C/TJ)

Carbon Content (t C)

Carbon Content (Gg C)

Fuel Types

H=(FxG)

J=(HxI)

K=(Jx10-3)

Liquid Fossil

Primary Fuels

Crude Oil

Orimulsion

Natural Gas Liquids

Secondary Fuels

Gasoline

Jet Kerosene

Other Kerosene

Shale Oil

Gas / Diesel Oil

Residual Fuel Oil

LPG

Ethane

Naphtha

Bitumen

Lubricants

Petroleum Coke

Refinery Feedstocks

Other Oil

Liquid Fossil Totals

Solid Fossil

Primary Fuels

Anthracite(b)

Coking Coal

Other Bit. Coal

Sub-Bit. Coal

Lignite

Oil Shale

Peat

Secondary Fuels

BKB & Patent Fuel

Coke Oven/Gas Coke

Solid Fossil Totals

Gaseous Fossil

Natural Gas (Dry)

Total

Biomass Total

Solid biomass

Liquid biomass

Gas biomass

(a) Please specify units.

(b) If anthracite is not separately available, include with other bituminous coal.

(a) Please specify units.

(b) If anthracite is not separately available, include with other bituminous coal.

Module

Energy

Submodule

CO2 from Energy Sources (Reference Approach)

Worksheet

1

Sheet

3 OF 5

STEP 4

STEP 5

STEP 6

L

M

N

O

P

(Gg C)

Fraction of Carbon Oxidised

Actual Carbon Emissions

(Gg CO2)

Fuel Types

M=(K-L)

O=(MxN)

P=(Ox[44/12])

Liquid Fossil

Primary Fuels

Crude Oil

Orimulsion

Natural Gas Liquids

Secondary Fuels

Gasoline

Jet Kerosene

Other Kerosene

Shale Oil

Gas / Diesel Oil

Residual Fuel Oil

LPG

Ethane

Naphtha

Bitumen

Lubricants

Petroleum Coke

Refinery Feedstocks

Other Oil

Liquid Fossil Totals

Solid Fossil

Primary Fuels

Anthracite(a)

Coking Coal

Other Bit. Coal

Sub-Bit. Coal

Lignite

Oil Shale

Peat

Secondary Fuels

BKB & Patent Fuel

Coke Oven/Gas Coke

Solid Fossil Totals

Gaseous Fossil

Natural Gas (Dry)

Total

Biomass Total

Solid biomass

Liquid biomass

Gas biomass

(a) If anthracite is not separately available, include with other bituminous coal.

Module

Energy

Submodule

C02from Energy Sources (Reference Approach)

Worksheet

1

Sheet

4 of 5 Emissions from International Bunkers (International Marine and Air Transport)

step 1

STEP 2

STEP 3

A

B

C

D

E

F

Quantities Delivered(a)

Conversion Factor (TJ/unit)

Quantities Delivered (TJ)

Carbon Emission Factor (t C/TJ)

Carbon Content (t C)

Carbon Content

(Gg C)

Fuel Types

C=(AxB)

E=(CxD)

F=(E x IQ"3)

Solid Fossil

Other Bituminous Coal

Sub-Bituminous Coal

Liquid Fossil

Gasoline

Jet Kerosene

Gas/Diesel Oil

Residual Fuel Oil

Lubricants

Total

(a) Enter the quantities from Worksheet 1, Sheet 1, Column D: "International Bunkers".

Module

Energy

Submodule

CO2 from Energy Sources (Reference Approach)

Worksheet

1

Sheet

5 of 5 Emissions from International Bunkers (International Marine and Air Transport)

step 4

STEP 5

STEP 6

G

H

I

J

K

L

Fraction of Carbon Stored

Carbon Stored (Gg C)

Net Carbon Emissions (Gg C)

Fraction of Carbon Oxidised

Actual Carbon Emissions (Gg C)

Actual CO2 Emissions

(Gg CO2)

Fuel Types

H=(FxG)

I=(F-H)

K=(IxJ)

L=(Kx44/12)

Solid Fossil

Other Bituminous Coal

0

Q

Sub-Bituminous Coal

0

Q

Liquid Fossil

Gasoline

0

Q

Jet Kerosene

0

Q

Gas/Diesel Oil

0

Q

Residual Fuel Oil

0

Q

Lubricants

0.5

Total(a)

(a) The bunker emissions are not to be added to national totals.

Module

Energy

Submodule

CO2 From Energy

Worksheet

Auxiliary Worksheet 1: Estimating Carbon Stored in Products

Sheet

1 OF 1

Factor (TJ/Units)

Estimated Fuel Quantities

(TJ)

Carbon Emission Factor (t C/TJ)

Carbon Content (t C)

Carbon Content

(Gg C)

Fraction of Carbon Stored

Carbon Stored

(Gg C)

Fuel Types

C=(AxB)

E=(CxD)

F=(Ex10"3)

H=(FxG)

Naphtha(a)

0.80

Lubricants

0.50

Bitumen

1.0

Coal Oils and Tars (from Coking Coal)

0.75

Natural Gas(a)

0.33

Gas/Diesel Oil(a)

0.50

LPG(a)

0.80

Ethane(a)

0.80

Other fuels(b)

(a) Enter these fuels when they are used as feedstocks.

(b) Use the other fuels rows to enter any other products in which carbon may be stored.

(a) Enter these fuels when they are used as feedstocks.

(b) Use the other fuels rows to enter any other products in which carbon may be stored.

Module

Energy

Submodule

CO2 from Fuel Combustion (Tier I Sectoral Approach)

Worksheet

2 Step by Step Calculations

Sheet

sample sheet - filled out for each sector

Energy Industries

Consumption

Conversion Factor (TJ/unit)

Consumption

(TJ)

Carbon Emission Factor (t C/TJ)

Carbon Content (t C)

Carbon Content

(Gg C)

specific fuels listed for each sector (a)

C=(AxB)

E=(CxD)

F=(E x 10-3)

Total

Memo items:

Wood/Wood Waste

Charcoal

Other Solid Biomass

Liquid Biomass

Gaseous Biomass

Total Biomass

(a) Certain sectors have specific calculations for some products. See the Revised 1996 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories for further details.

Module

Energy

Submodule

CO2 from Fuel Combustion (Tier I Sectoral Approach)

Worksheet

2 Step by Step Calculations

Sheet

sample sheet - filled out for each sector

Energy Industries

Fraction of Carbon Stored

Carbon Stored

(Gg C)

Net Carbon Emissions (Gg C)

Fraction of Carbon Oxidised

Actual Carbon Emissions (Gg C)

Actual CO2 Emissions

(Gg CO2)

specific fuels listed for each sector (a)

H=(FxG)

I=(F-H)

K=(IxJ)

L=(K x [44/12])

Total

Memo items:

Wood/Wood Waste

Charcoal

Other Solid Biomass

Liquid Biomass

Gaseous Biomass

Total Biomass

(a) Certain sectors have specific calculations for some products. See the Revised 1996 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories for further details.

Module

Energy

Submodule

CO2 From Fuel Combustion by (Tier I sectoral Approach)

Worksheet

Auxiliary Worksheet 2: Estimating Carbon Stored in Products

Sheet

1

Factor (TJ/Units)

Feedstock Use (TJ)

Carbon Emission Factor (t C/TJ)

Carbon Content (t C)

Carbon Content (Gg C)

Fraction of Carbon Stored

Carbon Stored(a)

(Gg C)

Fuel Types

C=(AxB)

E=(CxD)

F=(Ex10-3)

H=(FxG)

Gas/Diesel Oil

0.5

LPG

0.8

Ethane

0.8

Naphtha

0.8

Natural Gas

0.33

Other Fuels(b)

(a) Enter the result of this calculation in Worksheet 2 Step by Step Calculation, in the manufacturing industries and construction sector.

(b) Please specify.

(a) Enter the result of this calculation in Worksheet 2 Step by Step Calculation, in the manufacturing industries and construction sector.

(b) Please specify.

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