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1 12/01/ :48:54 Facility Information: Chevron Products Company - Richmond Refinery, Facility Name Chevron Products Company - Richmond Refinery, ARB ID Primary Sector Secondary Sectors NAICS Code Facility Description Address Geographic Location , Air Basin District County Facility Contact Contact Petroleum Refinery SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA BAY AREA AQMD Contra Costa Troy Howell Contact Phone (510) Hydrogen Plant, Cogeneration Facility Petroleum Refineries Petroleum Refinery 841 Chevron Way Richmond, California United States Reporting Year 2009 Reporting Period 01/01/ /31/2009 Annual Submission Summary Overall Reporting Status: Verified Submission ID Name Reporting Level Submission Type Reporting Year Submission Status Status Date 4541 Chevron Products Company - Richmond Refinery, Chevron Products Company - Richmond Refinery, Facility Emissions and Fuels 2009 Verified 12/01/2010 Facility Energy and Production 2009 Verified 12/01/ Cogeneration Plant at Richmond Refinery Generating Unit Emissions and Fuels 2009 Verified 12/01/ Cogeneration Plant at Richmond Refinery Generating Unit Energy and Production 2009 Verified 12/01/2010 Note: Data shown here are subject to change. The data may not have not undergone independent third party verification or ARB staff review. Where errors are discovered mechanisms are available to allow revisions to the data. For this reason subsequent reports may show different emissions or other data than that provided here. Page 1 of 19

2 12/01/ :48:54 TOTAL EMISSIONS: Chevron Products Company - Richmond Refinery, * All emission values are displayed in metric tons. CO2 Biomass values not included in the CO2 Eq. sum. The summed and supplemental values tables include data reported for the facility and associated units. This applies to the emissions and fuels tables. Total Emissions Reporting Status: Verified Emissions Data CO2 Eq. CO2 CH4 N2O CO2 Biomass HFCs SF6 2,670,556 2,668, N/A N/A 1,848,469 1,848, N/A N/A and N/A N/A N/A N/A Flares and Destruction (Refinery) 2,066 2, N/A N/A 1, TOTAL SUMMED EMISSIONS 4,522,383 4,518, Supplemental Emissions CO2 Eq. CO2 CH4 N2O CO2 Biomass HFCs SF6 663, , N/A N/A 933, , N/A N/A and 1,800,602 1,800, N/A N/A N/A N/A Flares and Destruction (Refinery) N/A N/A Optional Emissions CO2 Eq. CO2 CH4 N2O CO2 Biomass HFCs SF N/A N/A N/A N/A and N/A N/A Flares and Destruction (Refinery) N/A N/A Optional (Mobile) N/A N/A Portable Equipment N/A N/A TOTAL OPTIONAL EMISSIONS Page 2 of 19

3 12/01/ :48:54 De minimis Emissions Value (metric tons) Total CO2 Eq.(includes CO2 Biomass) Total De minimis Emissions Percent of Total 3% Threshold Value Threshold TOTAL EMITTING ACTIVITY FUEL USE: Chevron Products Company - Richmond Refinery, Fuel Use Fuel, Feedstock, Other Through Put Name Quantity Sum Associated Gas, Fuel Diesel (Distillate Fuel Oil #1, 2, or 4), Fuel LPG, Fuel (1000 to 1,025 Btu/Std cubic foot), Fuel Still Gas or, Fuel Acid Gas, Other FCCU Coke, Feedstock (1000 to 1,025 Btu/Std cubic foot), Feedstock Reformer Catalyst Regeneration, Other and Flares and Destruction (Refinery) Other Input, Other Wastewater Treated, Other Page 3 of 19

4 Supplemental Fuel Use 12/01/ :48:54 Fuel, Feedstock, Other Through Put Name Quantity Sum and Flares and Destruction (Refinery) Optional Fuel Use Fuel, Feedstock, Other Through Put Name Quantity Sum and Flares and Destruction (Refinery) Optional (Mobile) Portable Equipment Device Level Fuel Use Page 4 of 19

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8 DETAILED EMISSION RECORDS 12/01/ :48:54 Name Hydrogen Plant Hydrogen Plant Hydrogen Plant Refinery Fuel Gas Less Hydrogen Plant & Cogen Fuel Gas Refinery Fuel Gas Less Hydrogen Plant & Cogen Fuel Gas Refinery Fuel Gas Less Hydrogen Plant & Cogen Fuel Gas Refinery Natural Gas Less Cogen Refinery Natural Gas Less Cogen Refinery Natural Gas Less Cogen Diesel Engines Diesel Engines Diesel Engines Catalyst Coke for Fee Reporting FCC Coke Burn Catalytic Cracking (FCCU) Hydrogen Plant Emissions Category Activity Type Heaters N2O (Nitrous oxide) Heaters CH4 Heaters Multiple Sources Multiple Sources Multiple Sources Multiple Sources Multiple Sources Multiple Sources Catalyst Coke (Fee Regulation Only) Hydrogen Plant (s) Aggregation Level Supplemental GHG CH4 N2O (Nitrous oxide) CH4 N2O (Nitrous oxide) IC Engines IC Engines CH4 IC Engines N2O (Nitrous oxide) Emissions (metric tons) CO2 Eq. (metric tons) Default Emission Factor N2O Default Emission Factor CH4 552, , Measured Heat and Measured Carbon Content CO2 (95125(e)) - Operator Calculated Default Emission Factor CH Default Emission Factor N2O 1,323, ,323, Measured Heat and Measured Carbon Content CO2 (95125(e)) - Operator Calculated 128, , Measured Heat Content CO2 (95125(c)) - Operator Calculated Default Emission Factor CH Default Emission Factor N2O Default Emission Factor and Default Heat Content CO2 (95125 (a)) - Operator Calculated Default Emission Factor & Default Heat Content CH4 (95125(b)(3)) - Operator Calculated Default Emission Factor & Default Heat Content N2O (95125(b)(3)) - Operator Calculated 933, , Operator Calculated per Fee Regulation - Operator Calculated 932, , FCCU/Fluid Cokers CO2 (95113(b) (1)) - Operator Calculated 910, , Hydrogen Plants CO2 (95114(b) (3)) - Operator Calculated Calculation Method Fuel Quantity Carbon Content HHV EF De minimis Still Gas or Still Gas or Still Gas or Still Gas or Still Gas or Still Gas or (1000 to 1,025 Btu/Std cubic foot) (1000 to 1,025 Btu/Std cubic foot) (1000 to 1,025 Btu/Std cubic foot) Diesel (Distillate Fuel Oil #1, 2, or 4) Diesel (Distillate Fuel Oil #1, 2, or 4) Diesel (Distillate Fuel Oil #1, 2, or 4) FCCU Coke (1000 to 1,025 Btu/Std cubic foot) Page 8 of 19

9 Name Rheniformers Catalyst Regeneration SRU Emissions Refinery Fuel Gas Less for Fee Reporting Emission Control Devices Total Refinery Flare Releases Total Refinery Flare Releases Aerobic Wastewater Treatment Aerobic Wastewater Treatment Equipment s Oil/Water Separators Sulfur Hexaflouride Category and Flares and Destruction (Refinery) Flares and Destruction (Refinery) Flares and Destruction (Refinery) Activity Type Periodic Catalyst Regeneration Sulfur Recovery Units Consumption (Fee Regulation Only) Other Control Devices Wastewater Treatment Facilities ( Aerobic treatment plant: Maintained) Wastewater Treatment Facilities ( Aerobic treatment plant: Maintained) Equipment Emissions (use for SF6) Oil/Water Separators (Gravity type - covered) Transmission/Di stribution/subst ation (use for SF6) Aggregation Level Supplemental GHG Flares Flares CH4 N2O (Nitrous oxide) CH4 CH4 CH4 Storage Tanks Storage Tanks CH4 SF6 (Sulfur hexafluoride) Emissions (metric tons) CO2 Eq. (metric tons) Other Catalyst Regeneration CO2 (95113(b)(2)) - Operator Calculated 4, , Alternative Method - De Minimis - Operator Calculated 1,800, ,800, Operator Calculated per Fee Regulation - Operator Calculated 1, , Flare and Destruction Device CO2 (95113(d)(3) - Operator Calculated Flare and Destruction Device CO2 (95113(d)(2)(c) - Operator Calculated Flare and Destruction Device CH4 (95113(d)) - Operator Calculated Waste Water N2O (95113 (c)) - Operator Calculated Waste Water CH4 (95113 (c)) - Operator Calculated Equipment CH4 (95113(c) (4)) - Operator Calculated Oil-Water Separator CH4 (95113(c)) - Operator Calculated Alternative Method - De Minimis - Operator Calculated SF6 (95111(f)) - Operator Calculated Calculation Method Fuel Quantity Carbon Content HHV EF De minimis Reformer Catalyst Regeneration Acid Gas Other Input Other Input Other Input Wastewater Treated Wastewater Treated Wastewater Treated * Several data columns are not displayed in this report. To view detailed reporting methods or custom factor values, please see the associated submissions detail page within the application. DETAILED FUEL USE RECORDS Name Hydrogen Plant Category Activity Type Aggregation Level Fuel Fuel Type Quantity Units Carbon Content Units HHV Units CO2 EF Units CH4 EF Units N2O EF Units Heaters Still Gas or Fuel Page 9 of 19

10 Name Refinery Fuel Gas Less Hydrogen Plant & Cogen Fuel Gas Refinery Natural Gas Less Cogen Diesel Engines Hydrogen Plant Emissions Rheniformers Catalyst Regeneration SRU Emissions Emission Control Devices Total Refinery Flare Releases Aerobic Wastewater Treatment Oil/Water Separators Category Flares and Destruction (Refinery) Flares and Destruction (Refinery) Activity Type Multiple Sources Multiple Sources IC Engines FCC Coke Burn Catalytic Cracking (FCCU) Hydrogen Plant (s) Periodic Catalyst Regeneration Sulfur Recovery Units Other Control Devices Wastewater Treatment Facilities ( Aerobic treatment plant: Maintained) Oil/Water Separators (Gravity type - covered) Aggregation Level Fuel Fuel Type Quantity Units Carbon Content Still Gas or Fuel (1000 to 1,025 Btu/Std cubic foot) Diesel (Distillate Fuel Oil #1, 2, or 4) (1000 to 1,025 Btu/Std cubic foot) Reformer Catalyst Regeneration Fuel Fuel FCCU Coke Feedstock Feedstock Other Acid Gas Other Other Input Other Flares Other Input Other Wastewater Treated Other Wastewater Treated Other * Several data columns are not displayed in this report. To view detailed custom factor values please see the associated submissions detail page within the application. Units HHV Units CO2 EF Units CH4 EF Units N2O EF Units Supporting Documentation (Emissions and Fuels) No documents are associated with the current submission. * Documents listed above can be viewed and downloaded from the supporting documentation tab for the referenced Emissions and Fuels submission. Page 10 of 19

11 ENERGY AND PRODUCTION DATA: Chevron Products Company - Richmond Refinery, Energy and Production Reporting Status: Verified Indirect Energy Use (if applicable) Category Energy Type Quantity Provider Provider ARB ID Common Name EIA ID Indirect Electricity Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) 3002 Electricity Production (if applicable) Value Net Power Generation (Cogeneration Only) Amount Consumed On-site (Cogeneration Only) Efficiency of Electricity Generation (if known) Thermal Energy Production (if applicable) Value Total Useful Thermal Output Amount Consumed On-site Efficiency of Thermal Energy Production (if known) Input Steam to Steam Turbine (if measured) Output of Heat Recovery Steam Generator (HRSG) Supplemental Fuel Fired in Duct Burner of HRSG Energy Sales Data has yet to be reported for this table. Please report this data if applicable. Steam Production (if applicable) Value Quantity Generated Boiler Efficiency (if known) Page 11 of 19

12 Cement Effeciency Metrics Data (if applicable) Value Operator Calculated: CO2 Emissions per metric ton of Cementitious Product Operator Calculated: CO2 Emissions per metric ton of Clinker Operator Entered: Direct CO2 Emissions from cement manufacturing Amount Clinker Amount Sold Directly Amount Own Consumed Amount Added to Stock Type Clinker Substitute Consumed Amount Clinker Substitute Consumed Type Cement Substitute Consumed Amount Cement Substitute Consumed Lime (CaO) content of clinker Magnesium Oxide (MgO) content of clinker Non-carbonate CaO content of clinker Non-carbonate MgO content of clinker Plant Specific CKD calcination rate Amount CKD discarded Hydrogen Data (if applicable) Value Total Hydrogen Produced Total Hydrogen Sold for Use as Transportation Fuel Total CO2 Sold Total CO Sold Fee Regulation Data (if applicable) Value Natural gas received directly from Interstate Pipelines Natural gas production consumed onsite (not for electrical generation) Page 12 of 19

13 Fuel Delivery Data has yet to be reported for this table. Please report this data if applicable. Supporting Documentation (Energy and Production) No documents are associated with the current submission. * Documents listed above can be viewed and downloaded from the supporting documentation tab for the referenced Energy and Production submission. Page 13 of 19

14 Unit Information Generating Unit Name Description Nameplate Capacity (MW) Unit Operating Status ARB ID Unit Type Reporting Year 2009 Cogeneration Plant at Richmond Refinery Cogeneration Primary Sector - Topping Cycle Reporting Period 01/01/ /31/ Alstom Gas Turbines/Vogt HRSG's MW nameplate capacity (52.7 MW each) 1 Dresser Rand steam turbine MW nameplate capacity MW Operating TOTAL EMISSIONS: Cogeneration Plant at Richmond Refinery * All emission values are displayed in metric tons. CO2 Biomass values not included in the CO2 Eq. sum. Total Emissions Reporting Status: Verified Emissions Data CO2 Eq. CO2 CH4 N2O CO2 Biomass HFCs SF6 663, , N/A N/A N/A N/A and N/A N/A N/A N/A TOTAL SUMMED EMISSIONS 663, , Supplemental Emissions CO2 Eq. CO2 CH4 N2O CO2 Biomass HFCs SF6 663, , N/A N/A N/A N/A and N/A N/A N/A N/A TOTAL EMITTING ACTIVITY FUEL USE: Cogeneration Plant at Richmond Refinery Page 14 of 19

15 Fuel Use Fuel, Feedstock, Other Through Put Name Quantity Sum Associated Gas, Fuel LPG, Fuel (1000 to 1,025 Btu/Std cubic foot), Fuel Still Gas or, Fuel and Supplemental Fuel Use Fuel, Feedstock, Other Through Put Name Quantity Sum and Page 15 of 19

16 DETAILED EMISSION RECORDS Name HRSG DUCT BURNERS REFINERY FUEL GAS HRSG DUCT BURNERS REFINERY FUEL GAS HRSG DUCT BURNERS REFINERY FUEL GAS Distributed Emissions to Electricity Generation Distributed Emissions to Thermal Energy Production Category Activity Type Duct Burners of Heat Recovery Steam Generators Duct Burners of Heat Recovery Steam Generators Duct Burners of Heat Recovery Steam Generators Turbines CH4 Turbines N2O (Nitrous oxide) Turbines Turbines CH4 Turbines N2O (Nitrous oxide) Cogeneration to Electricity Generation Cogeneration to Thermal Energy Production Aggregation Level Supplemental Supplemental GHG CH4 N2O (Nitrous oxide) Turbines Turbines CH4 Turbines N2O (Nitrous oxide) Turbines Emissions (metric tons) CO2 Eq. (metric tons) 138, , Measured Heat and Measured Carbon Content CO2 (95125(e)) - Operator Calculated Default Emission Factor CH Default Emission Factor N2O 183, , Measured Carbon Content CO2 (95125(d)) - Operator Calculated Default Emission Factor CH Default Emission Factor N2O 1, , Measured Heat Content CO2 (95125(c)) - Operator Calculated Default Emission Factor CH Default Emission Factor N2O 338, , Measured Heat Content CO2 (95125(c)) - Operator Calculated Default Emission Factor CH Default Emission Factor N2O Calculation Method Fuel Quantity Carbon Content HHV EF De minimis Distributed Topping Cycle CO2 (95112(b)) - Operator Calculated Distributed Topping Cycle CO2 (95112(b)) - Operator Calculated Still Gas or Still Gas or Still Gas or Associated Gas Associated Gas Associated Gas LPG 1 LPG 1 LPG 1 (1000 to 1,025 Btu/Std cubic foot) (1000 to 1,025 Btu/Std cubic foot) (1000 to 1,025 Btu/Std cubic foot) * Several data columns are not displayed in this report. To view detailed reporting methods or custom factor values, please see the associated submissions detail page within the application. DETAILED FUEL USE RECORDS Page 16 of 19

17 Name HRSG DUCT BURNERS REFINERY FUEL GAS Category Activity Type Duct Burners of Heat Recovery Steam Generators Turbines Associated Gas Fuel Turbines LPG Fuel Turbines Aggregation Level Fuel Fuel Type Quantity Units Carbon Content Still Gas or Fuel (1000 to 1,025 Btu/Std cubic foot) Units HHV Units CO2 EF Units CH4 EF Units N2O EF Units Fuel * Several data columns are not displayed in this report. To view detailed custom factor values please see the associated submissions detail page within the application. Supporting Documentation (Emissions and Fuels) No documents are associated with the current submission. * Documents listed above can be viewed and downloaded from the supporting documentation tab for the referenced Emissions and Fuels submission. Page 17 of 19

18 ENERGY AND PRODUCTION DATA: Cogeneration Plant at Richmond Refinery Energy and Production Reporting Status: Verified Electricity Production (if applicable) Value Net Power Generation (Cogeneration Only) Amount Consumed On-site (Cogeneration Only) Efficiency of Electricity Generation (if known) Thermal Energy Production (if applicable) Value Total Useful Thermal Output Amount Consumed On-site Efficiency of Thermal Energy Production (if known) Input Steam to Steam Turbine (if measured) Output of Heat Recovery Steam Generator (HRSG) Supplemental Fuel Fired in Duct Burner of HRSG Energy Sales (if applicable) Category Energy Type Quantity Counterparty Host/Customer or End-User NAICS Region Electricity Provided or Sold Electricity Utilities Electricity Provided or Sold Electricity Facilities Support Services Electricity Provided or Sold Electricity Pipeline Transportation of Refined Petroleum Products Electricity Provided or Sold Electricity Petroleum Lubricating Oil and Grease Manufacturing Thermal Energy Provided or Sold Thermal Facilities Support Services Thermal Energy Provided or Sold Thermal Petroleum Lubricating Oil and Grease Manufacturing Thermal Energy Provided or Sold Thermal All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing Page 18 of 19

19 Supporting Documentation (Energy and Production) No documents are associated with the current submission. * Documents listed above can be viewed and downloaded from the supporting documentation tab for the referenced Energy and Production submission. VERIFICATION INFORMATION: Chevron Products Company - Richmond Refinery, Verification Body Name Verification Body Address Verification Finding The submitted data report is reasonably assured of being free of material misstatements. The submitted emissions data report is reasonably assured of being in conformance with the regulation. Ernst & Young 41 Rue Ybry Neuilly Sur Seine Cedex, France Positive Page 19 of 19

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