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Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Cap and Trade) Act

Reporting Regulation

B.C. Reg. 272/2009

NOTE: Links below go to reg content as it was prior to the changes made on the effective date. (PIT covers changes made from September 19, 2009 to present)
SECTIONEFFECTIVE DATE
Section 1 December 20, 2010
Section 1.1 December 20, 2010
Section 2 December 20, 2010
Section 3 December 20, 2010
Section 6 December 20, 2010
Section 9 December 20, 2010
Section 12 February 4, 2010
December 20, 2010
Section 13 December 20, 2010
Section 14 December 20, 2010
Section 16 December 20, 2010
Section 17 December 20, 2010
December 22, 2014
Section 18 December 20, 2010
Section 19 December 20, 2010
Section 20 December 22, 2014
Section 23 December 20, 2010
Section 25 December 20, 2010
Section 26 December 20, 2010
Section 28 December 20, 2010
Section 32 December 18, 2015
Schedule A December 20, 2010
Schedule A December 20, 2010
Schedule A December 20, 2010
Schedule B December 20, 2010
Schedule C December 20, 2010
Schedule D December 20, 2010

 Section 1(1) definition of "facility" paragraph (b.1) was added by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

 Section 1(1) definitions of "Canadian entitlement power", "Columbia River Treaty", "electricity import operation", "final point of delivery", "imported electricity", NERC E-tag", "parent company", "plant information summary", "point of delivery", "power contract", "reporting-only emissions", "specified power", "sub-facility" and "unspecified power" were added by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

 Section 1.1 was enacted by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

 Section 2(2)(a) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(a) the operation carried out an activity listed in column 2 of Table 1 or Table 2 of Schedule A,

 Section 2(3) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(3)  The greenhouse gas emissions attributable to a single site operation or a linear facility operation that combusts coal include

(a) emissions attributable to the operation under subsection (1) or (2), and

(b) emissions associated with the storage of coal combusted by the operation as determined using the methodologies specified in a code, standard or rule referred to in row 7, column 5 in Table 1 of Schedule A.

 Section 2(4) was added by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

 Section 3(2) and (3) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(2)  This regulation does not apply to a public sector organization, as defined in the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Targets Act, other than to the extent set out in subsection (3),

(a) the British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority, and

(b) the British Columbia Transmission Corporation.

(3)  This regulation applies to the British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority and British Columbia Transmission Corporation only in respect of attributable greenhouse gas emissions from electricity generating facilities or electricity transmission facilities.

 Section 6(1) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(1)  For the purposes of the definition of "reporting operation" in the Act, an operation is a reporting operation for a reporting period if the operation is

(a) a single facility operation, or

(b) a linear facilities operation

that, during the reporting period, has a total amount of attributable greenhouse gas emissions that is greater than or equal to 10 000 metric tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent, not including carbon dioxide produced from biomass listed in Schedule C.

 Section 9(1)(part) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(1)  The operator of a single facility operation or linear facility operation that may become a reporting operation under this regulation in a reporting period, that did not submit an emissions report for the calendar year immediately prior to that reporting period, must

 Section 9(2.1) was added by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

 Section 9(3)(a), (b) and (c) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(a) the legal and trade name of the reporting operation;

(b) the name and head office mailing address of the operator;

(c) the street address and geographic coordinates of

(i)  the single facility operation, or

(ii)  each individual facility within a linear facilities operation that has attributable greenhouse gas emissions that are greater than or equal to 10 000 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent, not including carbon dioxide produced from biomass listed in Schedule C during the reporting period;

 Section 9(3)(a.1) and (c.1) were added by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

 Section 9(4)(part) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(4)  In addition to the information referred to in subsection (3), the registration must

 Section 12 (2) (h) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 36/2010 effective February 4, 2010.

(h) in relation to a greenhouse gas emission emitted by a reporting operation that is not attributable to the reporting operation under section 2 [attribution of greenhouse gas], but which exceeds 100 metric tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent during a reporting period, the following information:

 Section 12(1) was renumbered as (1.1) as amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

 Section 12(1) was enacted by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

 Section 12(1.1)(a) and (b) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(a) the name of the reporting operation;

(b) the name and head office mailing address of the operator;

 Section 12(1.1)(d), (e) and (f) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(d) in the case of a single facility operation,

(i)  the street address of the facility in which the reporting operation operated during the reporting period,

(ii)  the geographical coordinates of the facility in which the reporting operation operated during the reporting period, and

(iii)  the national pollutant release inventory identification number assigned to the operation by Environment Canada;

(e) in the case of a linear facilities operation,

(i)  a map and list indicating the different facilities within the reporting operation that emit more than 1 000 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent, and

(ii)  the national pollutant release inventory identification number assigned by Environment Canada to any of the facilities listed in subparagraph (i);

(f) the NAICS codes of the reporting operation;

 Section 12(1.1)(f.1) was added by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

 Section 12(1.1)(i), (j) and (n) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(i) the current permit numbers of the reporting operation issued under section 14 of the Environmental Management Act, if any;

(j) the total carbon dioxide in metric tonnes captured for on-site use, on-site storage or transferred off-site that are from the reporting operation during the reporting period;

(n) the information required under section 16 [reporting emissions before 2010];

 Section 12(2)(part) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(2)  Except for a reporting operation referred to in subsection (3), every reporting operation must include the following additional information in the emissions report:

 Section 12(2)(f)(part) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(f) in relation to any alternative parameter measurement methodology used to quantify emissions under section 13 (4) [methodologies for quantifying greenhouse gas emissions], other than an alternative methodology that has been approved under subsection (6) of that section, an explanation as to why

 Section 12(2.1) was added by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

 Section 12(3)(part) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(3)  In the case of a reporting operation that has attributable greenhouse gas emissions, during a reporting period, of less than 10 000 metric tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent, not including carbon dioxide produced from biomass listed in Schedule C, and that was not subject to the verification requirements set out in Part 4 [Verification] in the immediately preceding reporting period, the emissions report must include

 Section 12(4)(d) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(d) an explanation of why emissions are now below 10 000 metric tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent, not including carbon dioxide produced from biomass listed in Schedule C.

 Section 13(2.1) and (2.2) were added by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

 Section 13(4) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(4)  The operator of a reporting operation may quantify attributable greenhouse gas emissions from one or more units, processes, activities or operations for which particular methodologies are specified under subsections (2) and (3) by using methodologies not referred to in subsection (2) if

(a) the total amount of all greenhouse gas emissions quantified using the alternative methodologies does not exceed the lower of

(i)  20 000 metric tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent, or

(ii)  3% of the greenhouse gas emissions attributable to the reporting operation during the reporting period, not including carbon dioxide produced from biomass listed in Schedule C, and

(b) the alternative methodology will not lead to a bias in the amount of greenhouse gas emissions quantified using the alternative methodology.

 Section 13(5.1) was added by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

 Section 13(6)(part) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(6)  An application for an approval under subsection (5) (c) must be submitted to the director in the electronic or other form provided by the director on or before February 1, 2010, and must include the following information:

 Section 13(7)(a) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(a) approve, approve with modifications or reject an application for approval under subsection (5) (c), or

 Section 13(8) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(8)  If the director has not taken an action under subsection (7) by March 3, 2010, the application is deemed to be approved.

 Section 14(3) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(3)  For greater certainty, subsection (2) does not apply to an operator that, in respect of a previous reporting period or portion of a period, had the option to choose between a direct measurement methodology and a mass balance-based methodology to quantify greenhouse gas emissions, but no longer has that option because

(a) of the adoption of, or a change in, the methodologies specified for that source type in a code, standard or rule referred to in column 5 of Table 1 or 2 of Schedule A,

(b) the emissions exceed the threshold for use of alternative methodologies under section 13 (4) (a) [methodologies for quantifying greenhouse gas emissions], or

(c) an alternative parameter measurement methodology may no longer be used under section 13 (5).

 Section 14(2.1) was added by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

 Section 14(3.1) was added by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

 Section 14(4) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(4)  If the operator of a reporting operation changes, the new operator must use the methodology chosen by the previous operator under subsection (2), unless paragraph (a) or (b) of that subsection applies.

 Section 16(1) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(1)  The operator of a reporting operation must, in accordance with this section,

 Section 17(2)(a) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(a) in respect of a supplementary report that is required to include a verification statement under subsection 20 (2), by September 1 of the calendar year following the reporting period, or

 Section 17(3) and (4) were added by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

 Section 17(2)(a) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 253/2014 effective December 22, 2014.

(a) in respect of a supplementary report that is required to include a verification statement under section 20 (2), by September 1 of the calendar year following the reporting period, or

 Section 18 definition of "verification body" paragraph (b) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(b) with respect to verifications that are completed on or before December 31, 2012, accredited by California Air Resources Board under Title 17, California Code of Regulation, section 95132;

 Section 18 definition of "verifier" BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

"verifier" means an individual employed or contracted by a verification body for the purpose of conducting a verification;.

 Section 19(1) and (2) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(1)  This Part applies to a reporting operation in respect of any emission report submitted under section 4 of the Act for a reporting period during which a reporting operation has attributable greenhouse gas emissions greater than or equal to 25 000 metric tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent, not including carbon dioxide from biomass listed in Schedule C.

(2)  Subject to subsection (3), this Part continues to apply to a reporting operation in respect of any emission report submitted under section 4 of the Act for the 3 consecutive reporting periods following a reporting period referred to in subsection (1).

 Section 20(2) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 253/2014 effective December 22, 2014.

(2) In respect of emissions reports submitted for the 2010 and 2011 reporting periods, the operator may choose not to include a verification statement in the emissions report submitted under section 4 (1) of the Act, but must, by September 1 of the year in which the report submitted under subsection 4 (1) of the Act is due, submit a supplementary report that includes a verification statement.

 Section 23(2)(d) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(d) at least one site visit;

 Section 23(3) was added by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

 Section 25(b) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(b) based on the verification, the verification team concludes that total reported greenhouse gas emissions attributable to the reporting operation during the reporting period are less than 95 percent accurate using the following equation:

PA = 100 –SOUx 100

TRE

where:

 PA = Percent accuracy;
SOU = The net result of summing overstatements and understatements resulting from errors, omissions and misrepresentation;
TRE = Total reported emissions.

 Section 26(2)(b.1) was added by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

 Section 26(2)(j) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(j) a signed declaration by the lead verifier that

(i)  the lead verifier represents an accredited verification body,

(ii)  the evidence obtained during the verification is sufficient and appropriate to support the verification opinion,

(iii)  the verification statement is true, accurate and complete, and

(iv)  the verification work documented in the statement was conducted in accordance with this regulation;

 Section 28(1)(l) was added by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

 Section 32(3) BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 240/2015 effective December 18, 2015.

(3) The Environmental Appeal Board Procedure Regulation, B.C. Reg. 1/82, is adopted in relation to appeals under the Act.

 Schedule A, section 1, definition of "general stationary combustion" BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

"general stationary combustion" means the combustion of fuel or waste in a boiler, combustion turbine, stationary engine, kiln, heater, incinerator, furnace, mobile crude oil or natural gas drilling rig while being used at a well site, or any other stationary device using combustion

(a) to produce steam or heat or other forms of energy,

(b) to reduce volume of waste,

but does not include

(c) the combustion of fuel to produce electricity, and

(d) refinery fuel gas combustion;

 Schedule A, section 1, definition of "oil and gas extraction and gas processing activities" paragraph (a) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

(a) occurring at crude oil wells, crude oil batteries and associated pipelines and pumping stations, having the overall purpose of extracting crude oil and delivering it to a custody transfer point, or

 Schedule A, section 1, definition of "oil transmission" BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

"oil transmission" means the utilization of one or more pipelines to

(a) transport oil from a crude oil battery to a refinery or terminal or from custody transfer points between those facilities, or

(b) transport refined petroleum products from a refinery to a terminal or from custody transfer points between those facilities,

and includes terminals and pump stations associated with the pipeline;

 Schedule A, table 1 BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

Table 1 — Single Facility Operations

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5
ItemActivitySource TypeGreenhouse Gas TypeRelevant Requirements
re: quantification
methods, additional
information and
instrumentation
1General Stationary Combustion excluding general stationary combustion referred to in column 2 of row 1 of Table 2(a) Emissions from general stationary combustion of fuel or waste with production of useful energy at a single facility operationCarbon dioxide from biomass listed in Schedule C
Carbon dioxide from biomass not listed in Schedule C
Carbon dioxide from non-biomass
Methane
Nitrous Oxide
WCI.020
(b) Emissions from general stationary combustion of waste without production of useful energyCarbon dioxide from biomass listed in Schedule C
Carbon dioxide from biomass not listed in Schedule C
Carbon dioxide from non-biomass
Methane
Nitrous Oxide
WCI.0201
2Fuel Combustion by Mobile Equipment at a facility that carries out activities referred to in rows 1 and 3 to 24 of this column in this TableEmissions from fuel combustion by mobile equipment that is part of the facilityCarbon dioxide from biomass listed in Schedule C
Carbon dioxide from biomass not listed in Schedule C
Carbon dioxide from non-biomass
Methane
Nitrous Oxide
Refer to Methodology Manual
3Aluminum or Alumina Production(a) Emissions from anode consumption in electrolysis cells, anode and cathode baking, or green coke calcinationCarbon dioxide from non-biomassWCI.070
(b) Emissions from anode effects Perfluorocarbons
(c) Emissions of cover gas from electrolysis cellsSulphur hexafluoride
4Ammonia ProductionEmissions from steam reformation or gasification of a hydrocarbon during ammonia productionCarbon dioxide from non-biomassRefer to Methodology Manual
5Cement ProductionEmissions from the calcination of limestone, shale, sand, slag or other raw materials used to produce clinker, as well as the oxidization of organic carbon in the raw materialCarbon dioxide from non-biomassWCI.090
6Coal Mining from Underground MinesEmissions from coal when broken or exposed to the atmosphere during miningMethane
Carbon dioxide from non-biomass
Refer to Methodology Manual
7Coal Storage at Facilities that Combust CoalEmissions from stored coal piles Methane
Carbon dioxide from non-biomass
WCI.100
8Copper or Nickel Smelting or Refining Emissions associated with removal of impurities using carbonate flux reagents, the use of reducing agents, the use of material (e.g. coke) for slag cleaning, and the consumption of graphite or carbon electrodes during copper or nickel smelting or refiningCarbon dioxide from non-biomassRefer to Methodology Manual
9Electricity Generation(a) Emissions from fuel combustion for electricity generationCarbon dioxide from biomass listed in Schedule C
Carbon dioxide from biomass not listed in Schedule C
Carbon dioxide from non-biomass
Methane
Nitrous Oxide
WCI.040
Refer to Methodology Manual for emissions from electrical equipment
(b) Emissions from acid gas scrubbers and acid gas reagentCarbon dioxide from non-biomass
(c) Emissions from cooling unitsHydrofluorocarbons
(d) Emissions from geothermal geyser steam or fluidsCarbon dioxide from non-biomass
(e) Emissions from installation, maintenance, operation and decommissioning of electrical equipmentSulphur Hexafluoride
10Electronics ManufacturingEmissions from electronics manufacturing, including the cleaning of chemical vapour deposition chambers and plasma/dry etching processesHydrofluorocarbons
Sulphur Hexafluoride
Perfluorocarbons
Refer to Methodology Manual
11Ferroalloy production Emissions associated with removal of impurities using carbonate flux reagents, the use of reducing agents, the use of material (e.g. coke) for slag cleaning, and the consumption of graphite or carbon electrodes during ferroalloy productionCarbon dioxide from non-biomassRefer to Methodology Manual
12Glass ManufacturingEmissions from the calcination of carbonate materials Carbon dioxide from non-biomassRefer to Methodology Manual
13Hydrogen ProductionEmissions from steam reformation of hydrocarbons, partial oxidation of hydrocarbons, or other transformation of hydrocarbon feedstockCarbon dioxide from non-biomassWCI.130
14Industrial Wastewater ProcessingEmissions from the anaerobic or aerobic digestion of wastewater Carbon dioxide from biomass listed in Schedule C
Carbon dioxide from biomass not listed in Schedule C
Methane
Nitrous oxide
WCI.200, Section 203 (g)
15Lead Production Emissions from the use of reducing agents during lead productionCarbon dioxide from non-biomassRefer to Methodology Manual
16Lime ManufacturingEmissions from the calcination of carbonate materials in lime manufacturingCarbon dioxide from non-biomassWCI.170
17Magnesium Production(a) Emissions from the use of reducing agents in magnesium productionCarbon dioxide from non-biomassRefer to Methodology Manual
(b) Emissions of cover gases or carrier gases in magnesium productionCarbon dioxide from non-biomass
Sulphur hexafluoride
Perfluorocarbons
Hydrofluourocarbons
18Nitric Acid ManufacturingEmissions associated with catalytic oxidation, condensation and absorption processes during nitric acid manufacturingNitrous oxideRefer to Methodology Manual
19Petrochemical Production(a) Petrochemical production related emissions from flares and oxidizersCarbon dioxide from non-biomass
Methane
Nitrous Oxide
WCI.300
(b) Petrochemical production related emissions from process ventsCarbon dioxide from non-biomass
Methane
Nitrous Oxide
(c) Petrochemical production related emissions from equipment leaksMethane
20Petroleum Refining(a) Petroleum refining related emissions from catalyst regeneration;Carbon dioxide from non-biomassWCI.200
(b) Petroleum refining related emissions from process ventsCarbon dioxide from non-biomass
Methane
Nitrous oxide
(c) Petroleum refining related emissions from asphalt productionCarbon dioxide from non-biomass
Methane emissions
(d) Petroleum refining related emissions from sulphur recoveryCarbon dioxide from non-biomass
(e) Petroleum refining related emissions from the flare pilot and the combustion of purge gasCarbon dioxide from non-biomass
Methane
Nitrous oxide
(f) Emissions from above ground storage tanks at refineriesMethane
(g) Emissions from oil-water separators at refineriesMethane
(h) Emissions from equipment leaks at refineriesMethane
21Phosphoric Acid ProductionEmissions from the reaction of calcium carbonate with sulphuric acidCarbon dioxide from non-biomassRefer to Methodology Manual
22Pulp and Paper Production Emissions from pulping and chemical recoveryCarbon dioxide from non-biomass
Carbon dioxide from biomass listed in Schedule C
Carbon dioxide from biomass not listed in Schedule C
WCI.210
23Refinery Fuel Gas Combustion Emissions from combustion of refinery fuel gas, still gas, flexigas or associated gasCarbon dioxide from non-biomass
Methane
Nitrous Oxide
WCI.030
24Zinc ProductionEmissions from the use of reducing agents during zinc productionCarbon dioxide from non-biomassRefer to Methodology Manual

1 References to "fuel" in WCI.020 should be interpreted as references to "fuel or waste".

 Schedule A, table 2 BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

Table 2 – Linear Facilities Operations

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5
ItemActivitySource TypeGreenhouse Gas TypeRelevant Requirements
re: quantification
methods, additional
information and
instrumentation
1General Stationary Combustion at an operation or facility that carries out oil and gas extraction, gas processing, electricity transmission, natural gas transmission, natural gas distribution, natural gas storage, oil transmission or carbon dioxide transportation(a) Emissions from general stationary combustion of fuel or waste with production of useful energy at a linear facilities operationCarbon dioxide from biomass listed in Schedule C
Carbon dioxide from biomass not listed in Schedule C
Carbon dioxide from non-biomass
Methane
Nitrous Oxide
WCI.020
(b) Emissions from general stationary combustion of waste without production of useful energy at a linear facilities operationCarbon dioxide from biomass listed in Schedule C
Carbon dioxide from biomass not listed in Schedule C
Carbon dioxide from non-biomass
Methane
Nitrous Oxide
WCI.0201
2Oil and gas extraction and gas processing activities(a) Flaring emissions from oil and gas extraction and gas processing activitiesCarbon dioxide from non-biomass MethaneRefer to Methodology Manual
(b) Venting emissions from oil and gas extraction and gas processing activitiesCarbon dioxide from non-biomass
Methane
(c) Fugitive emissions from oil and gas extraction and gas processing activitiesCarbon dioxide from non-biomass
Methane
3Electricity transmissionEmissions from installation, maintenance, operation and decommissioning of electrical equipmentSulphur hexafluorideRefer to Methodology Manual
4Natural gas transmission, natural gas distribution or natural gas storage(a) Flaring emissions from natural gas transmission, natural gas distribution or natural gas storageCarbon dioxide from non-biomass
Methane
Refer to Methodology Manual
(b) Venting emissions from natural gas transmission, natural gas distribution or natural gas storageCarbon dioxide from non-biomass
Methane
(c) Fugitive emissions from natural gas transmission, natural gas distribution or natural gas storageCarbon dioxide from non-biomass
Methane
5Oil transmission(a) Flaring emissions from oil transmissionCarbon dioxide from non-biomass
Methane
Refer to Methodology Manual
(b) Venting emissions from oil transmissionCarbon dioxide from non-biomass
Methane
(c) Fugitive emissions from oil transmissionCarbon dioxide from non-biomass
Methane
6Carbon dioxide transportation(a) Flaring emissions from carbon dioxide transportationCarbon dioxide from non-biomass
Methane
Refer to Methodology Manual
(b) Venting emissions from carbon dioxide transportationCarbon dioxide from non-biomass
Methane
(c) Fugitive emissions from carbon dioxide transportationCarbon dioxide from non-biomass
Methane

1 References to "fuel" in WCI.020 should be interpreted as references to "fuel or waste".

 Schedule B, table, items 2 and 3 BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemCategories of EmissionsReference
2FugitiveTable 1, Row 3 (c)
Table 1, Row 6
Table 1, Row 7
Table 1, Row 9 (c), (d) and (e)
Table 1, Row 10
Table 1, Row 17 (b)
Table 1, Row 19 (c)
Table 1, Row 20 (f) and (h)
Table 2, Row 2 (c)
Table 2, Row 3
Table 2, Row 4 (c)
Table 2, Row 5 (c)
Table 2, Row 6 (c)
3Industrial processTable 1, Row 3 (a) and (b)
Table 1, Row 4
Table 1, Row 5
Table 1, Row 8
Table 1, Row 9 (b)
Table 1, Row 11
Table 1, Row 12
Table 1, Row 13
Table 1, Row 15
Table 1, Row 16
Table 1, Row 17 (a)
Table 1, Row 18
Table 1, Row 20 (a), (c), (d) and (g)
Table 1, Row 21
Table 1, Row 22
Table 1 Row 24

 Schedule C BEFORE amended by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.

Schedule C

Biomass Exclusions

ItemType of Biomass
1Wood biomass, or the wood biomass component of mixed fuels, including
  (a) wood residue within the meaning of the Forest Act,
  (b) wood-derived fuel and black liquor from pulp and paper production processes, and
  (c) woody matter from agricultural trimmings, tree thinning and orchard removals,
but not including wood biomass that fails to meet the criteria for carbon neutrality established by the jurisdiction in which it was produced, if any.

 Schedule D was added by BC Reg 376/2010 effective December 20, 2010.