Clean Air Act: Interstate ozone transport reduction— Section 126 petitions, findings of significant contribution and rulemaking,

 
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[Federal Register: October 21, 1998 (Volume 63, Number 203)]

[Proposed Rules]

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From the Federal Register Online via GPO Access [wais.access.gpo.gov]

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[[pp. 56341-56391]] Findings of Significant Contribution and Rulemaking on Section 126 Petitions for Purposes of Reducing Interstate Ozone Transport

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accordance with the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program, under section 110(c) or section 126 of the Act, for use in a given control period. For purposes of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program under section 110(c), the trading program budget is the sum of the aggregate emission levels for large EGUs and large non-EGUs in a State set forth for each State in appendix C of this part. For purposes of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program under section 126, the trading program budget is the ``126 trading program budget for the State'', and is determined in the same manner and is also set forth in appendix C of this part.

Unit means a fossil fuel-fired stationary boiler, combustion turbine, or combined cycle system.

Unit load means the total (i.e., gross) output of a unit in any control period (or other specified time period) produced by combusting a given heat input of fuel, expressed in terms of:

(1) The total electrical generation (MWe) produced by the unit, including generation for use within the plant; or

(2) In the case of a unit that uses heat input for purposes other than electrical generation, the total steam in pounds of steam per hour produced by the unit, including steam for use by the unit.

Unit operating day means a calendar day in which a unit combusts any fuel.

Unit operating hour or hour of unit operation means any hour (or fraction of an hour) during which a unit combusts any fuel.

Utilization means the heat input (expressed in mmBtu/time) for a unit. The unit's total heat input for the control period in each year will be determined in accordance with part 75 of this chapter if the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit was otherwise subject to the requirements of part 75 of this chapter for the year, or will be based on the best available data reported to the Administrator for the unit if the unit was not otherwise subject to the requirements of part 75 of this chapter for the year.

Sec. 97.3 Measurements, abbreviations, and acronyms.

Measurements, abbreviations, and acronyms used in this part are defined as follows:

Btu--British thermal unit. hr--hour. Kwh--kilowatt hour. lb--pounds. mmBtu--million Btu. MWe--megawatt electrical. ton--2000 pounds CO‹INF›2‹/INF›--carbon dioxide. NO‹INF›X‹/INF›--nitrogen oxides. O‹INF›2‹/INF›--oxygen.

Sec. 97.4 Applicability.

(a) The following units in a State shall be NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units, and any source that includes one or more such units shall be a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source, subject to the requirements of this part:

(1) Any unit that, any time on or after January 1, 1995, serves a generator with a nameplate capacity greater than 25 MWe and sells any amount of electricity; or

(2) Any unit that is not a unit under paragraph (a) of this section and that has a maximum design heat input greater than 250 mmBtu/hr.

(b) Notwithstanding paragraph (a) of this section, a unit under paragraph (a)(1) or (a)(2) of this section that has a federally enforceable permit that includes a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emission limitation restricting NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emissions during a control period to 25 tons or less shall not be subject to the requirements of this part for any year in which the control period is covered by such emission limitation in the unit's federally enforceable permit. However, if such emission limitation is removed from the unit's federally enforceable permit or otherwise becomes no longer applicable to any control period starting in 2003 or if the unit does not comply with such emission limitation during any control period starting in 2003, the unit shall be subject to the requirements of this part and shall be treated as commencing operation and, if the unit is covered by paragraph (a)(1) of this section, commencing commercial operation on September 30 of the control period for which the emission limitation is no longer applicable or during which the unit does not comply with the emission limitation. The permitting authority that issues the federally enforceable permit with such emission limitation will provide the Administrator written notification of each unit under paragraph (a)(1) or (a)(2) of this section for which the permitting authority issued such a permit. A unit subject to a federally enforceable permit with such emission limitation shall be subject to the following requirements:

(1) The unit shall keep on site records demonstrating that conditions of the permit were met, including restrictions on operating time.

(2) The unit shall report hours of operation during the control period to the permitting authority by November 1 of each year in which the unit is subject to a federally enforceable permit with such emission limitation.

(3) The unit shall determine the appropriate restrictions on its operating time by dividing 25 tons by the unit's maximum potential hourly NO‹INF›X‹/INF› mass emissions where the unit's maximum potential hourly NO‹INF›X‹/INF› mass emissions would be determined by multiplying the highest default emission rates otherwise applicable under Sec. 75.19 of this chapter by the maximum rated hourly heat input of the unit.

Sec. 97.5 Retired unit exemption.

(a) This section applies to any NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit, other than a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source, that is permanently retired.

(b)(1) Any NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit, other than a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source, that is permanently retired shall be exempt from the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program, except for the provisions of this section, Secs. 97.2, 97.3, 97.4, 97.7 and subparts E, F, and G of this part.

(2) The exemption under paragraph (b)(1) of this section shall become effective the day on which the unit is permanently retired. Within 30 days of permanent retirement, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative (authorized in accordance with subpart B of this part) shall submit a statement to the permitting authority otherwise responsible for administering any NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit for the unit. A copy of the statement shall be submitted to the Administrator. The statement shall state (in a format prescribed by the permitting authority) that the unit is permanently retired and will comply with the requirements of paragraph (c) of this section.

(3) After receipt of the notice under paragraph (b)(2) of this section, the permitting authority will amend any permit covering the source at which the unit is located to add the provisions and requirements of the exemption under paragraphs (b)(1) and (c) of this section.

(c) Special provisions.

(1) A unit exempt under this section shall not emit any nitrogen oxides, starting on the date that the exemption takes effect. The owners and operators of the unit will be allocated allowances in accordance with subpart E of this part.

(2)(i) A unit exempt under this section and located at a source that is required, or but for this exemption would be required, to have a title V operating permit shall not resume operation unless the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of the source submits a complete NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit application under Sec. 97.22 for the unit not less than 18 months (or such lesser time provided under the permitting authority for final action on a permit application) prior to the later of May 1, 2003 or the date on which the unit is to first resume operation.

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(ii) A unit exempt under this section and located at a source that is required, or but for this exemption would be required, to have a non-title V permit shall not resume operation unless the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of the source submits a complete NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit application under Sec. 97.22 for the unit not less than 18 months (or such lesser time provided under the permitting authority for final action on a permit application) prior to the later of May 1, 2003 or the date on which the unit is to first resume operation.

(3) The owners and operators and, to the extent applicable, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of a unit exempt under this section shall comply with the requirements of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program concerning all periods for which the exemption is not in effect, even if such requirements arise, or must be complied with, after the exemption takes effect.

(4) A unit that is exempt under this section is not eligible to be a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source under subpart I of this part.

(5) For a period of 5 years from the date the records are created, the owners and operators of a unit exempt under this section shall retain at the source that includes the unit, records demonstrating that the unit is permanently retired. The 5-year period for keeping records may be extended for cause, at any time prior to the end of the period, in writing by the permitting authority or the Administrator. The owners and operators bear the burden of proof that the unit is permanently retired.

(6) Loss of exemption.

(i) On the earlier of the following dates, a unit exempt under paragraph (b) of this section shall lose its exemption:

(A) The date on which the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative submits a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit application under paragraph (c)(2) of this section; or

(B) The date on which the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative is required under paragraph (c)(2) of this section to submit a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit application.

(ii) For the purpose of applying monitoring requirements under subpart H of this part, a unit that loses its exemption under this section shall be treated as a unit that commences operation or commercial operation on the first date on which the unit resumes operation.

Sec. 97.6 Standard requirements.

(a) Permit requirements. (1) The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source required to have a federally enforceable permit and each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit required to have a federally enforceable permit at the source shall:

(i) Submit to the permitting authority a complete NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit application under Sec. 97.22 in accordance with the deadlines specified in Sec. 97.21(b) and (c);

(ii) Submit in a timely manner any supplemental information that the permitting authority determines is necessary in order to review a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit application and issue or deny a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit.

(2) The owners and operators of each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source required to have a federally enforceable permit and each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit required to have a federally enforceable permit at the source shall have a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit issued by the permitting authority and operate the unit in compliance with such NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit.

(3) The owners and operators of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source that is not otherwise required to have a federally enforceable permit are not required to submit a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit application, and to have a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit, under subpart C of this part for such NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source.

(b) Monitoring requirements. (1) The owners and operators and, to the extent applicable, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source and each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit at the source shall comply with the monitoring requirements of subpart H of this part.

(2) The emissions measurements recorded and reported in accordance with subpart H of this part shall be used to determine compliance by the unit with the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget emissions limitation under paragraph (c) of this section.

(c) Nitrogen oxides requirements. (1) The owners and operators of each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source and each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit at the source shall hold NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances available for compliance deductions under Sec. 97.54, as of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance transfer deadline, in the unit's compliance account and the source's overdraft account in an amount not less than the total NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emissions for the control period from the unit, as determined in accordance with subpart H of this part, plus any amount necessary to account for actual utilization under Sec. 97.42(e) for the control period.

(2) Each ton of nitrogen oxides emitted in excess of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget emissions limitation shall constitute a separate violation of this part, the Clean Air Act, and applicable State law.

(3) A NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit shall be subject to the requirements under paragraph (c)(1) of this section starting on the later of May 1, 2003 or the date on which the unit commences operation.

(4) NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances shall be held in, deducted from, or transferred among NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Allowance Tracking System accounts in accordance with subparts E, F, G, and I of this part.

(5) A NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance shall not be deducted, in order to comply with the requirements under paragraph (c)(1) of this section, for a control period in a year prior to the year for which the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance was allocated.

(6) A NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocated by the permitting authority or the Administrator under the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program is a limited authorization to emit one ton of nitrogen oxides in accordance with the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program. No provision of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit application, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit, or an exemption under Sec. 97.5 and no provision of law shall be construed to limit the authority of the United States or the State to terminate or limit such authorization.

(7) A NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocated by the Administrator under the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program does not constitute a property right.

(8) Upon recordation by the Administrator under subpart F, G, or I of this part, every allocation, transfer, or deduction of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance to or from a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit's compliance account or the overdraft account of the source where the unit is located is deemed to amend automatically, and become a part of, any NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit by operation of law without any further review.

(d) Excess emissions requirements.

(1) The owners and operators of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit that has excess emissions in any control period shall:

(i) Surrender the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances required for deduction under Sec. 97.54(d)(1); and

(ii) Pay any fine, penalty, or assessment or comply with any other remedy imposed under Sec. 97.54(d)(3).

(e) Recordkeeping and reporting requirements. (1) Unless otherwise provided, the owners and operators of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source and each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit at the source shall keep on site at the source each of the following documents for a period of 5 years from the date the document is created. This period may be extended for cause, at any time prior to the end of 5 years, in writing by the permitting authority or the Administrator.

(i) The account certificate of representation for the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative for the source

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and each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit at the source and all documents that demonstrate the truth of the statements in the account certificate of representation, in accordance with Sec. 97.13; provided that the certificate and documents shall be retained on site at the source beyond such 5-year period until such documents are superseded because of the submission of a new account certificate of representation changing the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative.

(ii) All emissions monitoring information, in accordance with subpart H of this part; provided that to the extent that subpart H of this part provides for a 3-year period for recordkeeping, the 3-year period shall apply.

(iii) Copies of all reports, compliance certifications, and other submissions and all records made or required under the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program.

(iv) Copies of all documents used to complete a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit application and any other submission under the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program or to demonstrate compliance with the requirements of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program.

(2) The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source and each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit at the source shall submit the reports and compliance certifications required under the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program, including those under subparts D, H, or I of this part.

(f) Liability. (1) Any person who knowingly violates any requirement or prohibition of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program, a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit, or an exemption under Sec. 97.5 shall be subject to enforcement pursuant to applicable State or Federal law.

(2) Any person who knowingly makes a false material statement in any record, submission, or report under the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program shall be subject to criminal enforcement pursuant to the applicable State or Federal law.

(3) No permit revision shall excuse any violation of the requirements of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program that occurs prior to the date that the revision takes effect.

(4) Each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source and each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit shall meet the requirements of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program.

(5) Any provision of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program that applies to a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source (including a provision applicable to the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source) shall also apply to the owners and operators of such source and of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units at the source.

(6) Any provision of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program that applies to a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit (including a provision applicable to the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› budget unit) shall also apply to the owners and operators of such unit. Except with regard to the requirements applicable to units with a common stack under subpart H of this part, the owners and operators and the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of one NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit shall not be liable for any violation by any other NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit of which they are not owners or operators or the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative and that is located at a source of which they are not owners or operators or the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative.

(g) Effect on other authorities. No provision of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program, a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit application, a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit, or an exemption under Sec. 97.5 shall be construed as exempting or excluding the owners and operators and, to the extent applicable, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source or NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit from compliance with any other provision of the applicable, approved State implementation plan, a federally enforceable permit, or the Clean Air Act.

Sec. 97.7 Computation of time.

(a) Unless otherwise stated, any time period scheduled, under the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program, to begin on the occurrence of an act or event shall begin on the day the act or event occurs.

(b) Unless otherwise stated, any time period scheduled, under the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program, to begin before the occurrence of an act or event shall be computed so that the period ends the day before the act or event occurs.

(c) Unless otherwise stated, if the final day of any time period, under the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program, falls on a weekend or a State or Federal holiday, the time period shall be extended to the next business day.

Subpart B--NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Authorized Account Representative for NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Sources

Sec. 97.10 Authorization and responsibilities of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative.

(a) Except as provided under Sec. 97.11, each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source, including all NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units at the source, shall have one and only one NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative, with regard to all matters under the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program concerning the source or any NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit at the source.

(b) The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source shall be selected by an agreement binding on the owners and operators of the source and all NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units at the source.

(c) Upon receipt by the Administrator of a complete account certificate of representation under Sec. 97.13, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of the source shall represent and, by his or her representations, actions, inactions, or submissions, legally bind each owner and operator of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source represented and each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit at the source in all matters pertaining to the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program, not withstanding any agreement between the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative and such owners and operators. The owners and operators shall be bound by any decision or order issued to the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative by the permitting authority, the Administrator, or a court regarding the source or unit.

(d) No NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit shall be issued, and no NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Allowance Tracking System account shall be established for a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit at a source, until the Administrator has received a complete account certificate of representation under Sec. 97.13 for a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of the source and the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units at the source.

(e)(1) Each submission under the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program shall be submitted, signed, and certified by the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative for each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source on behalf of which the submission is made. Each such submission shall include the following certification statement by the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative: ``I am authorized to make this submission on behalf of the owners and operators of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget sources or NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units for which the submission is made. I certify under penalty of law that I have personally examined, and am familiar with, the statements and information submitted in this document and all its attachments. Based on my inquiry of those individuals with primary responsibility for obtaining the information, I certify that the statements and information are to the best of my knowledge and belief true, accurate, and complete. I am aware that there are significant penalties for submitting false statements and information or omitting required statements and information, including the possibility of fine or imprisonment.''

(2) The permitting authority and the Administrator will accept or act on a submission made on behalf of owner or operators of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source or a

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NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit only if the submission has been made, signed, and certified in accordance with paragraph (e)(1) of this section.

Sec. 97.11 Alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative.

(a) An account certificate of representation may designate one and only one alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative who may act on behalf of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative. The agreement by which the alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative is selected shall include a procedure for authorizing the alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative to act in lieu of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative.

(b) Upon receipt by the Administrator of a complete account certificate of representation under Sec. 97.13, any representation, action, inaction, or submission by the alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall be deemed to be a representation, action, inaction, or submission by the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative.

(c) Except in this section and Secs. 97.10(a), 97.12, 97.13, and 97.51, whenever the term ``NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative'' is used in this part, the term shall be construed to include the alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative.

Sec. 97.12 Changing the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative and the alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative; changes in the owners and operators.

(a) Changing the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative. The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative may be changed at any time upon receipt by the Administrator of a superseding complete account certificate of representation under Sec. 97.13. Notwithstanding any such change, all representations, actions, inactions, and submissions by the previous NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative prior to the time and date when the Administrator receives the superseding account certificate of representation shall be binding on the new NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative and the owners and operators of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source and the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units at the source.

(b) Changing the alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative. The alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative may be changed at any time upon receipt by the Administrator of a superseding complete account certificate of representation under Sec. 97.13. Notwithstanding any such change, all representations, actions, inactions, and submissions by the previous alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative prior to the time and date when the Administrator receives the superseding account certificate of representation shall be binding on the new alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative and the owners and operators of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source and the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units at the source.

(c) Changes in the owners and operators. (1) In the event a new owner or operator of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source or a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit is not included in the list of owners and operators submitted in the account certificate of representation, such new owner or operator shall be deemed to be subject to and bound by the account certificate of representation, the representations, actions, inactions, and submissions of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative and any alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of the source or unit, and the decisions, orders, actions, and inactions of the permitting authority or the Administrator, as if the new owner or operator were included in such list.

(2) Within 30 days following any change in the owners and operators of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source or a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit, including the addition of a new owner or operator, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative or alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall submit a revision to the account certificate of representation amending the list of owners and operators to include the change.

Sec. 97.13 Account certificate of representation.

(a) A complete account certificate of representation for a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative or an alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall include the following elements in a format prescribed by the Administrator:

(1) Identification of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source and each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit at the source for which the account certificate of representation is submitted.

(2) The name, address, e-mail address (if any), telephone number, and facsimile transmission number (if any) of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative and any alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative.

(3) A list of the owners and operators of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source and of each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit at the source.

(4) The following certification statement by the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative and any alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative: ``I certify that I was selected as the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative or alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative, as applicable, by an agreement binding on the owners and operators of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source and each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit at the source. I certify that I have all the necessary authority to carry out my duties and responsibilities under the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program on behalf of the owners and operators of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source and of each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit at the source and that each such owner and operator shall be fully bound by my representations, actions, inactions, or submissions and by any decision or order issued to me by the permitting authority, the Administrator, or a court regarding the source or unit.''

(5) The signature of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative and any alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative and the dates signed.

(b) Unless otherwise required by the permitting authority or the Administrator, documents of agreement referred to in the account certificate of representation shall not be submitted to the permitting authority or the Administrator. Neither the permitting authority nor the Administrator shall be under any obligation to review or evaluate the sufficiency of such documents, if submitted.

Sec. 97.14 Objections concerning the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative.

(a) Once a complete account certificate of representation under Sec. 97.13 has been submitted and received, the permitting authority and the Administrator will rely on the account certificate of representation unless and until a superseding complete account certificate of representation under Sec. 97.13 is received by the Administrator.

(b) Except as provided in Sec. 97.12(a) or (b), no objection or other communication submitted to the permitting authority or the Administrator concerning the authorization, or any representation, action, inaction, or submission of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall affect any representation, action, inaction, or submission of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative or the finality of any decision or order by the permitting authority or the Administrator under the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program.

(c) Neither the permitting authority nor the Administrator will adjudicate any private legal dispute concerning the authorization or any representation, action, inaction, or submission of any NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative, including private legal disputes

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concerning the proceeds of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance transfers.

Subpart C--Permits

Sec. 97.20 General NO‹INF›X‹/INF› budget trading program permit requirements.

(a) For each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source required to have a federally enforceable permit, such permit shall include a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit administered by the permitting authority.

(1) For NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget sources required to have a title V operating permit, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget portion of the title V permit shall be administered in accordance with the permitting authority's title V operating permits regulations promulgated under part 70 or 71 of this chapter, except as provided otherwise by this subpart or subpart I of this part. The applicable provisions of such title V operating permits regulations shall include, but are not limited to, those provisions addressing operating permit applications, operating permit application shield, operating permit duration, operating permit shield, operating permit issuance, operating permit revision and reopening, public participation, State review, and review by the Administrator.

(2) For NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget sources required to have a non-title V permit, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget portion of the non-title V permit shall be administered in accordance with the permitting authority's regulations promulgated to administer non-title V permits, except as provided otherwise by this subpart or subpart I of this part. The applicable provisions of such non-title V permits regulations may include, but are not limited to, provisions addressing permit applications, permit application shield, permit duration, permit shield, permit issuance, permit revision and reopening, public participation, State review, and review by the Administrator.

(b) Each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit (including a draft or proposed NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit, if applicable) shall contain all applicable NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program requirements and shall be a complete and segregable portion of the permit under paragraph (a) of this section.

Sec. 97.21 NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit applications.

(a) Duty to apply. The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of any NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source required to have a federally enforceable permit shall submit to the permitting authority a complete NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit application under Sec. 97.22 by the applicable deadline in paragraph (b) of this section.

(b)(1) For NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget sources required to have a title V operating permit:

(i) For any source, with one or more NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units under Sec. 97.4 that commence operation before January 1, 2000, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall submit a complete NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit application under Sec. 97.22 covering such NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units to the permitting authority at least 18 months (or such lesser time provided under the permitting authority's title V operating permits regulations for final action on a permit application) before May 1, 2003.

(ii) For any source, with any NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit under Sec. 97.4 that commences operation on or after January 1, 2000, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall submit a complete NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit application under Sec. 97.22 covering such NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit to the permitting authority at least 18 months (or such lesser time provided under the permitting authority's title V operating permits regulations for final action on a permit application) before the later of May 1, 2003 or the date on which the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit commences operation.

(2) For NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget sources required to have a non-title V permit:

(i) For any source, with one or more NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units under Sec. 97.4 that commence operation before January 1, 2000, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall submit a complete NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit application under Sec. 97.22 covering such NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units to the permitting authority at least 18 months (or such lesser time provided under the permitting authority's non-title V permits regulations for final action on a permit application) before May 1, 2003.

(ii) For any source, with any NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit under Sec. 97.4 that commences operation on or after January 1, 2000, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall submit a complete NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit application under Sec. 97.22 covering such NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit to the permitting authority at least 18 months (or such lesser time provided under the permitting authority's non-title V permits regulations for final action on a permit application) before the later of May 1, 2003 or the date on which the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit commences operation.

(c) Duty to Reapply.

(1) For a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source required to have a title V operating permit, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall submit a complete NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit application under Sec. 97.22 for the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source covering the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units at the source in accordance with the permitting authority's title V operating permits regulations addressing operating permit renewal.

(2) For a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source required to have a non-title V permit, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall submit a complete NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit application under Sec. 97.22 for the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source covering the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units at the source in accordance with the permitting authority's non-title V permits regulations addressing permit renewal.

Sec. 97.22 Information requirements for NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit applications.

A complete NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit application shall include the following elements concerning the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source for which the application is submitted, in a format prescribed by the permitting authority:

(a) Identification of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source, including plant name and the ORIS (Office of Regulatory Information Systems) or facility code assigned to the source by the Energy Information Administration, if applicable;

(b) Identification of each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit at the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source and whether it is a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit under Sec. 97.4 or under subpart I of this part;

(c) The standard requirements under Sec. 97.6; and

(d) For each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in unit at the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source, the following certification statements by the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative:

(1) ``I certify that each unit for which this permit application is submitted under subpart I of this part is not a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit under 40 CFR 97.4 and is not covered by a retired unit exemption under 40 CFR 97.5 that is in effect.''

(2) If the application is for an initial NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt- in permit, ``I certify that each unit for which this permit application is submitted under subpart I is currently operating, as that term is defined under 40 CFR 97.2.''

Sec. 97.23 NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit contents.

(a) Each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit (including any draft or proposed NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit, if applicable) will contain, in a format prescribed by the permitting authority, all elements required for a complete NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit application under Sec. 97.22 as approved or adjusted by the permitting authority.

(b) Each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit is deemed to incorporate automatically the definitions of terms under Sec. 97.2 and, upon recordation by the Administrator under subparts F, G, or I of this part, every allocation, transfer, or deduction of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance to or from the compliance accounts of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget

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units covered by the permit or the overdraft account of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source covered by the permit.

Sec. 97.24 Effective date of initial NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit.

The initial NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit covering a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit for which a complete NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit application is timely submitted under Sec. 97.21(b) shall become effective by the later of:

(a) May 1, 2003;

(b) May 1 of the year in which the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit commences operation, if the unit commences operation on or before May 1 of that year;

(c) The date on which the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit commences operation, if the unit commences operation during a control period; or

(d) May 1 of the year following the year in which the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit commences operation, if the unit commences operation on or after October 1 of the year.

Sec. 97.25 NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit revisions.

(a) For a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source with a title V operating permit, except as provided in Sec. 97.23(b), the permitting authority will revise the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit, as necessary, in accordance with the permitting authority's title V operating permits regulations addressing permit revisions.

(b) For a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source with a non-title V permit, except as provided in Sec. 97.23(b), the permitting authority will revise the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit, as necessary, in accordance with the permitting authority's non-title V permits regulations addressing permit revisions.

Subpart D--Compliance Certification

Sec. 97.30 Compliance certification report.

(a) Applicability and deadline. For each control period in which one or more NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units at a source are subject to the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget emissions limitation, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of the source shall submit to the permitting authority and the Administrator by November 30 of that year, a compliance certification report for each source covering all such units.

(b) Contents of report. The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall include in the compliance certification report under paragraph (a) of this section the following elements, in a format prescribed by the Administrator, concerning each unit at the source and subject to the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget emissions limitation for the control period covered by the report:

(1) Identification of each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit;

(2) At the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative's option, the serial numbers of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances that are to be deducted from each unit's compliance account under Sec. 97.54 for the control period;

(3) At the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative's option, for units sharing a common stack and having NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emissions that are not monitored separately or apportioned in accordance with subpart H of this part, the percentage of allowances that is to be deducted from each unit's compliance account under Sec. 97.54(e);

and (4) The compliance certification under paragraph (c) of this section.

(c) Compliance certification. In the compliance certification report under paragraph (a) of this section, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall certify, based on reasonable inquiry of those persons with primary responsibility for operating the source and the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units at the source in compliance with the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program, whether each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit for which the compliance certification is submitted was operated during the calendar year covered by the report in compliance with the requirements of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program applicable to the unit, including:

(1) Whether the unit was operated in compliance with the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget emissions limitation;

(2) Whether the monitoring plan that governs the unit has been maintained to reflect the actual operation and monitoring of the unit, and contains all information necessary to attribute NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emissions to the unit, in accordance with subpart H of this part;

(3) Whether all the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emissions from the unit, or a group of units (including the unit) using a common stack, were monitored or accounted for through the missing data procedures and reported in the quarterly monitoring reports, including whether conditional data were reported in the quarterly reports in accordance with subpart H of this part. If conditional data were reported, the owner or operator shall indicate whether the status of all conditional data has been resolved and all necessary quarterly report resubmissions has been made;

(4) Whether the facts that form the basis for certification under subpart H of this part of each monitor at the unit or a group of units (including the unit) using a common stack, or for using an excepted monitoring method or alternative monitoring method approved under subpart H of this part, if any, has changed; and

(5) If a change is required to be reported under paragraph (c)(4) of this section, specify the nature of the change, the reason for the change, when the change occurred, and how the unit's compliance status was determined subsequent to the change, including what method was used to determine emissions when a change mandated the need for monitor recertification.

Sec. 97.31 Administrator's action on compliance certifications.

(a) The Administrator may review and conduct independent audits concerning any compliance certification or any other submission under the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program and make appropriate adjustments of the information in the compliance certifications or other submissions.

(b) The Administrator may deduct NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances from or transfer NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances to a unit's compliance account or a source's overdraft account based on the information in the compliance certifications or other submissions, as adjusted under paragraph (a) of this section.

Subpart E--NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Allowance Allocations

Sec. 97.40 Trading program budget.

The trading program budget allocated by the Administrator for a State under Sec. 97.42 for a control period will equal the sum of the aggregate emission levels for large electric generating units in the State and large non-electric generating units in the State as defined under Appendix C of this part.

Sec. 97.41 Timing requirements for NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocations.

(a) By the following dates, the Administrator will determine the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocations in accordance with Sec. 97.42 for the control period in the year that is three years after the year of the applicable deadline under this paragraph (a):

(i) For the purposes of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program under section 110(c) of the Act, by April 1, 2000 and April 1 of the following two years

(ii) For the purposes of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program under 126 of the Act, by April 1, 2000 and April 1 of the following two years for those sources for which a finding, under Sec. 52.34(j) of this chapter, of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emissions in violation of section 110(a)(2)(D)(I)(I) of the Act is made by April 1, 2000; or as soon as practicable in the year 2000 and April 1 of the following two years for those sources for which such a finding is not made by April 1, 2000, but is made at a later date.

(b) By April 1, 2003 and April 1 of each year thereafter, the Administrator

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will determine the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocations, in accordance with Sec. 97.42, for the control period in the year that is three years after the year of the applicable deadline under this paragraph (b).

(c) By April 1, 2004 and April 1 of each year thereafter, the Administrator will determine the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocations, in accordance with Sec. 97.42, for any NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances remaining in the allocation set-aside for the prior control period.

Sec. 97.42 NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocations.

(a)(1) The heat input (in mmBtu) used for calculating NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocations for each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit under Sec. 97.4 will be:

(i) For a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocation under Sec. 97.41(a), the average of the two highest amounts of the unit's heat input for the control periods in 1995, 1996, and 1997 if the unit is under Sec. 97.4(a)(1) or the control period in 1995 if the unit is under Sec. 97.4(a)(2); and

(ii) For a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocation under Sec. 97.41(b), the unit's heat input for the control period in the year that is four years before the year for which the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allocation is being calculated.

(2) The unit's total heat input for the control period in each year specified under paragraph (a)(1) of this section will be determined in accordance with part 75 of this chapter if the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit was otherwise subject to the requirements of part 75 of this chapter for the year, or will be based on the best available data reported to the Administrator for the unit if the unit was not otherwise subject to the requirements of part 75 of this chapter for the year.

(b) For each control period under Sec. 97.41, the Administrator will allocate to all NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units under Sec. 97.4(a)(1) in the State that commenced operation before May 1 of the period used to calculate heat input under paragraph (a)(1) of this section, a total number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances equal to 95 percent in 2003, 2004, and 2005, or 98percent thereafter, of the aggregate emission levels for large electric generating units in the State as defined under appendix C of this part in accordance with the following procedures:

(1) The Administrator will allocate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances to each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit under Sec. 97.4(a)(1) in an amount equaling 0.15 lb/mmBtu multiplied by the heat input determined under paragraph (a) of this section, rounded to the nearest whole NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance as appropriate.

(2) If the initial total number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances allocated to all NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units under Sec. 97.4(a)(1) in the State for a control period under paragraph (b)(1) of this section does not equal 95 percent in 2003, 2004, and 2005, or 98percent thereafter, of the aggregate emission level for large electric generating units in the State as defined under Appendix C of this part, the Administrator will adjust the total number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances allocated to all such NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units for the control period under paragraph (b)(1) of this section so that the total number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances allocated equals 95 percent in 2003, 2004, and 2005, or 98percent thereafter, of such aggregate emission level. This adjustment will be made by: multiplying each unit's allocation by 95 percent in 2003, 2004, and 2005, or 98percent thereafter, of the aggregate emission level for large electric generating units in the State as defined under Appendix C of this part divided by the total number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances allocated under paragraph (b)(1) of this section, and rounding to the nearest whole NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance as appropriate.

(c) For each control period under Sec. 97.41, the Administrator will allocate to all NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units under Sec. 97.4(a)(2) in the State that commenced operation before May 1 of the period used to calculate heat input under paragraph (a)(1) of this section, a total number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances equal to 95 percent in 2003, 2004, and 2005, or 98percent thereafter, of the aggregate emission level for large non-electric generating units in the State as defined under Appendix C of this part in accordance with the following procedures:

(1) The Administrator will allocate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances to each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit under Sec. 97.4(a)(2) in an amount equaling 0.17 lb/mmBtu multiplied by the heat input determined under paragraph (a) of this section, rounded to the nearest whole NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance as appropriate.

(2) If the initial total number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances allocated to all NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units under Sec. 97.4(a)(2) in the State for a control period under paragraph (c)(1) of this section does not equal 95 percent in 2003, 2004, and 2005, or 98percent thereafter, of the aggregate emission levels for large non-electric generating units in the State as defined under appendix C of this part, the Administrator will adjust the total number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances allocated to all such NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units for the control period under paragraph (a)(1) of this section so that the total number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances allocated equals 95 percent in 2003, 2004, and 2005, or 98percent thereafter, of such aggregate emission level for large non-electric generating units in the State. This adjustment will be made by: multiplying each unit's allocation by 95 percent in 2003, 2004, and 2005, or 98percent thereafter, of the aggregate emission levels for large non-electric generating units in the State as defined under Appendix C of this part divided by the total number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances allocated under paragraph (c)(1) of this section, and rounding to the nearest whole NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance as appropriate.

(d) For each control period under Sec. 97.41, the Administrator will allocate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances to NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units under Sec. 97.4 in the State that commenced operation, or are projected to commerce operation, on or after May 1 of the period used to calculate heat input under paragraph (a)(1) of this section, in accordance with the following procedures:

(1) The Administrator will establish one allocation set-aside for each control period. Each allocation set-aside will be allocated NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances equal to 5 percent in 2003, 2004, and 2005, or 2 percent thereafter, of the tons of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emissions in the trading program budget in the State under Sec. 97.40, rounded to the nearest whole NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance as appropriate.

(2) The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit under paragraph (d) of this section may submit to the Administrator a request, in writing or in a format specified by the Administrator, to be allocated NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances for no more than five consecutive control periods under Sec. 97.41, starting with the control period during which the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit commenced, or is projected to commence, operation and ending with the control season preceding the control period for which it will receive an allocation under paragraph (b) or (c) of this section. The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocation request must be submitted prior to May 1 of the first control period for which the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocation is requested and after the date on which the State permitting authority issues a permit to construct the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit.

(3) In a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocation request under paragraph (d)(2) of this section, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative for units under Sec. 97.4(a)(1) may request for a control period NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances in an amount that does not exceed 0.15 lb/mmBtu multiplied by the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit's maximum design heat input (in mmBtu/hr) multiplied by the number of hours remaining in the control period starting with the first day in the control period on which the unit operated or is projected to operate.

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(4) In a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocation request under paragraph (d)(2) of this section, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative for units under Sec. 97.4(a)(2) may request for a control period NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances in an amount that does not exceed 0.17 lb/mmBtu multiplied by the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit's maximum design heat input (in mmBtu/hr) multiplied by the number of hours remaining in the control period starting with the first day in the control period on which the unit operated or is projected to operate.

(5) The Administrator will review, and allocate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances pursuant to, each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocation request under paragraph (d)(2) of this section in the order that the request is received by the Administrator.

(i) Upon receipt of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocation request, the Administrator will determine whether, and will make any necessary adjustments to the request to ensure that, for units under Sec. 97.4(a)(1), the control period and the number of allowances specified are consistent with the requirements of paragraphs (d)(2) and (3) of this section and, for units under Sec. 97.4(a)(2), the control period and the number of allowances specified are consistent with the requirements of paragraphs(d)(2) and (4) of this section.

(ii) If the allocation set-aside for the control period for which NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances are requested has an amount of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances not less than the number requested (as adjusted under paragraph (d)(5)(i) of this section), the permitting authority or the Administrator will allocate the amount of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances requested (as adjusted under paragraph (d)(5)(i) of this section) to the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit.

(iii) If the allocation set-aside for the control period for which NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances are requested has a smaller amount of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances than the number requested (as adjusted under paragraph (d)(4)(i) of this section), the Administrator will deny in part the request and allocate only the remaining number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances in the allocation set-aside to the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit.

(iv) Once an allocation set-aside for a control period has been depleted of all NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances, the Administrator will deny, and will not allocate any NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances pursuant to, any NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocation request under which NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances have not already been allocated for the control period.

(6) Within 60 days of receipt of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocation request, the Administrator will take appropriate action under paragraph (d)(5) of this section and notify the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative that submitted the request of the number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances (if any) allocated for the control period to the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit.

(e) For a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit that is allocated NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances under paragraph (d) of this section for a control period, the Administrator will deduct NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances under Sec. 97.54(b) or (e) to account for the actual utilization of the unit during the control period. The Administrator will calculate the number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances to be deducted to account for the unit's actual utilization using the following formulas and rounding to the nearest whole NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance as appropriate, provided that the number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances to be deducted shall be zero if the number calculated is less than zero:

NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances deducted for actual utilization for units under Sec. 97.4(a)(1) = (Unit's NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances allocated for control period)-(Unit's actual control period utilization x 0.15 lb/mmBtu); and NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances deducted for actual utilization for units under Sec. 97.4(a)(2)= (Unit's NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances allocated for control period)-(Unit's actual control period utilization x 0.17 lb/mmBtu), Where:

``Unit's NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances allocated for control period'' is the number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances allocated to the unit for the control period under paragraph (d) of this section; and, ``Unit's actual control period utilization'' is the utilization (in mmBtu), as defined in Sec. 97.2, of the unit during the control period.

(f) After making the deductions for compliance under Sec. 97.54(b) or (e) for a control period, the Administrator will determine whether any NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances remain in the allocation set-aside for the control period. The Administrator will allocate any such NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances to the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units in the State using the following formula and rounding to the nearest whole NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance as appropriate:

Unit's share of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances remaining in allocation set-aside = Total NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances remaining in allocation set-aside x (Unit's NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocation (trading program budget excluding allocation set-aside) Where: Total NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances remaining in allocation set-aside'' is the total number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances remaining in the allocation set-aside for the control period to which the allocation set-aside applies; ``Unit's NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocation'' is the number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances allocated under paragraph (b) or (c) of this section to the unit for the control period to which the allocation set-aside applies; and ``Trading program budget excluding allocation set-aside'' is the trading program budget under Sec. 97.40 for the control period to which the allocation set-aside applies multiplied by 95 percent if the control period is in 2003, 2004, or 2005 or 98percent if the control period is in any year thereafter, rounded to the nearest whole allowance as appropriate.

Subpart F--NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Allowance Tracking System

Sec. 97.50 NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Allowance Tracking System accounts.

(a) Nature and function of compliance accounts and overdraft accounts. Consistent with Sec. 97.51(a), the Administrator will establish one compliance account for each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit and one overdraft account for each source with one or more NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units. Allocations of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances pursuant to subpart E of this part or Sec. 97.88, and deductions or transfers of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances pursuant to Sec. 97.31, Sec. 96.54, Sec. 96.56, subpart G of this part, or subpart I of this part will be recorded in the compliance accounts or overdraft accounts in accordance with this subpart.

(b) Nature and function of general accounts. Consistent with Sec. 97.51(b), the Administrator will establish, upon request, a general account for any person. Transfers of allowances pursuant to subpart G of this part will be recorded in the general account in accordance with this subpart.

Sec. 97.51 Establishment of accounts.

(a) Compliance accounts and overdraft accounts. Upon receipt of a complete account certificate of representation under Sec. 97.13, the Administrator will establish:

(1) A compliance account for each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit for which the account certificate of representation was submitted; and

(2) An overdraft account for each source for which the account certificate of representation was submitted and that has two or more NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units.

(b) General accounts.

(1) Any person may apply to open a general account for the purpose of holding and transferring allowances. A complete application for a general account shall be submitted to the Administrator and shall include the following elements in a format prescribed by the Administrator:

(i) Name, mailing address, e-mail address (if any), telephone number, and facsimile transmission number (if any) of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative and any alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative;

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(ii) At the option of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative, organization name and type of organization;

(iii) A list of all persons subject to a binding agreement for the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative and any alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative to represent their ownership interest with respect to the allowances held in the general account;

(iv) The following certification statement by the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative and any alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative: ``I certify that I was selected as the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative or the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› alternate authorized account representative, as applicable, by an agreement that is binding on all persons who have an ownership interest with respect to allowances held in the general account. I certify that I have all the necessary authority to carry out my duties and responsibilities under the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program on behalf of such persons and that each such person shall be fully bound by my representations, actions, inactions, or submissions and by any order or decision issued to me by the Administrator or a court regarding the general account.''

(v) The signature of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative and any alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative and the dates signed.

(vi) Unless otherwise required by the permitting authority or the Administrator, documents of agreement referred to in the account certificate of representation shall not be submitted to the permitting authority or the Administrator. Neither the permitting authority nor the Administrator shall be under any obligation to review or evaluate the sufficiency of such documents, if submitted.

(2) Upon receipt by the Administrator of a complete application for a general account under paragraph (b)(1) of this section:

(i) The Administrator will establish a general account for the person or persons for whom the application is submitted.

(ii) The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative and any alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative for the general account shall represent and, by his or her representations, actions, inactions, or submissions, legally bind each person who has an ownership interest with respect to NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances held in the general account in all matters pertaining to the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program, not withstanding any agreement between the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative or any alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative and such person. Any such person shall be bound by any order or decision issued to the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative or any alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative by the Administrator or a court regarding the general account.

(iii) Each submission concerning the general account shall be submitted, signed, and certified by the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative or any alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative for the persons having an ownership interest with respect to NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances held in the general account. Each such submission shall include the following certification statement by the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative or any alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorizing account representative: ``I am authorized to make this submission on behalf of the persons having an ownership interest with respect to the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances held in the general account. I certify under penalty of law that I have personally examined, and am familiar with, the statements and information submitted in this document and all its attachments. Based on my inquiry of those individuals with primary responsibility for obtaining the information, I certify that the statements and information are to the best of my knowledge and belief true, accurate, and complete. I am aware that there are significant penalties for submitting false statements and information or omitting required statements and information, including the possibility of fine or imprisonment.''

(iv) The Administrator will accept or act on a submission concerning the general account only if the submission has been made, signed, and certified in accordance with paragraph (b)(2)(iii) of this section.

(3)(i) An application for a general account may designate one and only one NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative and one and only one alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative who may act on behalf of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative. The agreement by which the alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative is selected shall include a procedure for authorizing the alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative to act in lieu of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative.

(ii) Upon receipt by the Administrator of a complete application for a general account under paragraph (b)(1) of this section, any representation, action, inaction, or submission by any alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall be deemed to be a representation, action, inaction, or submission by the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative.

(4)(i) The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative for a general account may be changed at any time upon receipt by the Administrator of a superseding complete application for a general account under paragraph (b)(1) of this section. Notwithstanding any such change, all representations, actions, inactions, and submissions by the previous NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative prior to the time and date when the Administrator receives the superseding application for a general account shall be binding on the new NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative and the persons with an ownership interest with respect to the allowances in the general account.

(ii) The alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative for a general account may be changed at any time upon receipt by the Administrator of a superseding complete application for a general account under paragraph (b)(1) of this section. Notwithstanding any such change, all representations, actions, inactions, and submissions by the previous alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative prior to the time and date when the Administrator receives the superseding application for a general account shall be binding on the new alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative and the persons with an ownership interest with respect to the allowances in the general account.

(iii)(A) In the event a new person having an ownership interest with respect to NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances in the general account is not included in the list of such persons in the account certificate of representation, such new person shall be deemed to be subject to and bound by the account certificate of representation, the representation, actions, inactions, and submissions of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative and any alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of the source or unit, and the decisions, orders, actions, and inactions of the Administrator, as if the new person were included in such list.

(B) Within 30 days following any change in the persons having an ownership interest with respect to NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances in the general account, including the addition of persons, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative or any alternate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall submit a revision to the application for a general account amending the list of persons having an ownership interest with respect to the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances in the general account to include the change.

(5)(i) Once a complete application for a general account under paragraph (b)(1)

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of this section has been submitted and received, the Administrator will rely on the application unless and until a superseding complete application for a general account under paragraph (b)(1) of this section is received by the Administrator.

(ii) Except as provided in paragraph (b)(4) of this section, no objection or other communication submitted to the Administrator concerning the authorization, or any representation, action, inaction, or submission of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative or any alternative NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative for a general account shall affect any representation, action, inaction, or submission of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative or any alternative NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative or the finality of any decision or order by the Administrator under the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program.

(iii) The Administrator will not adjudicate any private legal dispute concerning the authorization or any representation, action, inaction, or submission of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative or any alternative NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative for a general account, including private legal disputes concerning the proceeds of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance transfers.

(c) Account identification. The Administrator will assign a unique identifying number to each account established under paragraph (a) or (b) of this section.

Sec. 97.52 NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Allowance Tracking System responsibilities of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative.

(a) Following the establishment of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Allowance Tracking System account, all submissions to the Administrator pertaining to the account, including, but not limited to, submissions concerning the deduction or transfer of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances in the account, shall be made only by the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative for the account.

(b) Authorized account representative identification. The Administrator will assign a unique identifying number to each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative.

Sec. 97.53 Recordation of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocations.

(a) The Administrator will record the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances for 2003 in the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units' compliance accounts and the allocation set-asides, as allocated under subpart E of this part. The Administrator will also record the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances allocated under Sec. 97.88(a)(1) for each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source in its compliance account.

(b) Each year, after the Administrator has made all deductions from a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit's compliance account and the overdraft account pursuant to Sec. 97.54, the Administrator will record NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances, as allocated to the unit under subpart E of this part or under Sec. 97.88(a)(2), in the compliance account for the year after the last year for which allowances were previously allocated to the compliance account. Each year, the Administrator will also record NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances, as allocated under subpart E of this part, in the allocation set-aside for the year after the last year for which allowances were previously allocated to an allocation set-aside.

(c) Serial numbers for allocated NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances. When allocating NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances to and recording them in an account, the Administrator will assign each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance a unique identification number that will include digits identifying the year for which the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance is allocated.

Sec. 97.54 Compliance.

(a) NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance transfer deadline. The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances are available to be deducted for compliance with a unit's NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget emissions limitation for a control period in a given year only if the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances:

(1) Were allocated for a control period in a prior year or the same year; and

(2) Are held in the unit's compliance account, or the overdraft account of the source where the unit is located, as of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance transfer deadline for that control period or are transferred into the compliance account or overdraft account by a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance transfer correctly submitted for recordation under Sec. 97.60 by the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance transfer deadline for that control period.

(b) Deductions for compliance.

(1) Following the recordation, in accordance with Sec. 97.61, of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance transfers submitted for recordation in the unit's compliance account or the overdraft account of the source where the unit is located by the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance transfer deadline for a control period, the Administrator will deduct NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances available under paragraph (a) of this section to cover the unit's NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emissions (as determined in accordance with subpart H of this part), or to account for actual utilization under Sec. 97.42 (e), for the control period:

(i) From the compliance account; and

(ii) Only if no more NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances available under paragraph (a) of this section remain in the compliance account, from the overdraft account. In deducting allowances for units at the source from the overdraft account, the Administrator will begin with the unit having the compliance account with the lowest NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Allowance Tracking System account number and end with the unit having the compliance account with the highest NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Allowance Tracking System account number (with account numbers sorted beginning with the left-most character and ending with the right-most character and the letter characters assigned values in alphabetical order and less than all numeric characters).

(2) The Administrator will deduct NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances first under paragraph (b)(1)(i) of this section and then under paragraph (b)(1)(ii) of this section:

(i) Until the number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances deducted for the control period equals the number of tons of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emissions, determined in accordance with subpart H of this part, from the unit for the control period for which compliance is being determined, plus the number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances required for deduction to account for actual utilization under Sec. 97.42(e) for the control period; or

(ii) Until no more NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances available under paragraph (a) of this section remain in the respective account.

(c)(1) Identification of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances by serial number. The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative for each compliance account may identify by serial number the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances to be deducted from the unit's compliance account under paragraph (b), (d), or (e) of this section. Such identification shall be made in the compliance certification report submitted in accordance with Sec. 97.30.

(2) First-in, first-out. The Administrator will deduct NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances for a control period from the compliance account, in the absence of an identification or in the case of a partial identification of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances by serial number under paragraph (c)(1) of this section, or the overdraft account on a first-in, first-out (FIFO) accounting basis in the following order:

(i) Those NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances that were allocated for the control period to the unit under subpart E or I of this part;

(ii) Those NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances that were allocated for the control period to any unit and transferred and recorded in the account pursuant to subpart G of this part, in order of their date of recordation;

(iii) Those NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances that were allocated for a prior control period to the unit under subpart E or I of this part; and

(iv) Those NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances that were allocated for a prior control period to

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any unit and transferred and recorded in the account pursuant to subpart G of this part, in order of their date of recordation.

(d) Deductions for excess emissions. (1) After making the deductions for compliance under paragraph (b) of this section, the Administrator will deduct from the unit's compliance account or the overdraft account of the source where the unit is located a number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances, allocated for a control period after the control period in which the unit has excess emissions, equal to three times the number of the unit's excess emissions.

(2) If the compliance account or overdraft account does not contain sufficient NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances, the Administrator will deduct the required number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances, regardless of the control period for which they were allocated, whenever NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances are recorded in either account.

(3) Any allowance deduction required under paragraph (d) of this section shall not affect the liability of the owners and operators of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit for any fine, penalty, or assessment, or their obligation to comply with any other remedy, for the same violation, as ordered under the Clean Air Act or applicable State law. The following guidelines will be followed in assessing fines, penalties or other obligations:

(i) For purposes of determining the number of days of violation, if a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit has excess emissions for a control period, each day in the control period (153 days) constitutes a day in violation unless the owners and operators of the unit demonstrate that a lesser number of days should be considered.

(ii) Each ton of excess emissions is a separate violation.

(e) Deductions for units sharing a common stack. In the case of units sharing a common stack and having emissions that are not separately monitored or apportioned in accordance with subpart H of this part:

(1) The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of the units may identify the percentage of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances to be deducted from each such unit's compliance account to cover the unit's share of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emissions from the common stack for a control period. Such identification shall be made in the compliance certification report submitted in accordance with Sec. 97.30.

(2) Notwithstanding paragraph (b)(2)(i) of this section, the Administrator will deduct NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances for each such unit until the number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances deducted equals the units identified percentage (under paragraph (e)(1) of this section) of the number of tons of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emissions, as determined in accordance with subpart H of this part, from the common stack for the control period for which compliance is being determined, use the number of allowances required to account for actual utilization under Sec. 97.42(e) for the control period or, if no percentage is identified, an equal percentage for each such unit.

(f) The Administrator will record in the appropriate compliance account or overdraft account all deductions from such an account pursuant to paragraphs (b), (d), or (e) of this section.

Sec. 97.55 Banking.

(a) NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances may be banked for future use or transfer in a compliance account, an overdraft account, or a general account, as follows:

(1) Any NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance that is held in a compliance account, an overdraft account, or a general account will remain in such account unless and until the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance is deducted or transferred under Sec. 97.31, Sec. 97.54, or Sec. 97.56, subpart G of this part, or subpart I of this part.

(2) The Administrator will designate, as a ``banked'' NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance, any NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance that remains in a compliance account, an overdraft account, or a general account after the Administrator has made all deductions for a given control period from the compliance account or overdraft account pursuant to Sec. 97.54.

(b) Each year starting in 2004, after the Administrator has completed the designation of banked NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances under paragraph (a)(2) of this section and before May 1 of the year, the Administrator will determine the extent to which banked NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances may be used for compliance in the control period for the current year, as follows:

(1) The Administrator will determine the total number of banked NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances held in compliance accounts, overdraft accounts, or general accounts.

(2) If the total number of banked NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances determined, under paragraph (b)(1) of this section, to be held in compliance accounts, overdraft accounts, or general accounts is less than or equal to 10% of the sum of the State trading program budgets for the control period for the States in which NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units are located, any banked NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance may be deducted for compliance in accordance with Sec. 97.54.

(3) If the total number of banked NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances determined, under paragraph (b)(1) of this section, to be held in compliance accounts, overdraft accounts, or general accounts exceeds 10% of the sum of the State trading program budgets for the control period for the States in which NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units are located, any banked allowance may be deducted for compliance in accordance with Sec. 97.54, except as follows:

(i) The Administrator will determine the following ratio: 0.10 multiplied by the sum of the State trading program budgets for the control period for the States in which NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units are located and divided by the total number of banked NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances determined, under paragraph (b)(1) of this section, to be held in compliance accounts, overdraft accounts, or general accounts.

(ii) The Administrator will multiply the number of banked NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances in each compliance account or overdraft account. The resulting product is the number of banked NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances in the account that may be deducted for compliance in accordance with Sec. 97.54. Any banked NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances in excess of the resulting product may be deducted for compliance in accordance with Sec. 97.54, except that, if such NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances are used to make a deduction, two such NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances must be deducted for each deduction of one NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance required under Sec. 97.54.

(c) Any NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit may reduce its NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emission rate in the 2001 or 2002 control period, the owner or operator of the unit may request early reduction credits, and the permitting authority may allocate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances in 2003 to the unit in accordance with the following requirements.

(1) Each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit for which the owner or operator requests any early reduction credits under paragraph (c)(4) of this section shall monitor NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emissions in accordance with subpart H of this part starting in the 2000 control period and for each control period for which such early reduction credits are requested. The unit's monitoring system availability shall be not less than 90 percent during the 2000 control period, and the unit must be in full compliance with any applicable State or Federal emissions or emissions related requirements.

(2) NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emission rate and heat input under paragraphs (c)(3) through (5) of this section shall be determined in accordance with subpart H of this part.

(3) Each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit for which the owner or operator requests any early reduction credits under paragraph (c)(4) of this section shall reduce its NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emission rate, for each control period for which early reduction credits are requested, to less than both 0.25 lb/

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mmBtu and 80 percent of the unit's NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emission rate in the 2000 control period.

(4) The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit that meets the requirements of paragraphs (c)(1)and (3) of this section may submit to the permitting authority a request for early reduction credits for the unit based on NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emission rate reductions made by the unit in the control period for 2001 or 2002 in accordance with paragraph (3) of this section.

(i) In the early reduction credit request, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account may request early reduction credits for such control period in an amount equal to the unit's heat input for such control period multiplied by the difference between 0.25 lb/mmBtu and the unit's NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emission rate for such control period, divided by 2000 lb/ton, and rounded to the nearest ton.

(ii) The early reduction credit request must be submitted, in a format specified by the permitting authority, by October 31 of the year in which the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emission rate reductions on which the request is based are made or such later date approved by the permitting authority.

(5) The permitting authority will allocate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances, to NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units meeting the requirements of paragraphs (c)(1) and (3) of this section and covered by early reduction requests meeting the requirements of paragraph (c)(4)(ii) of this section, in accordance with the following procedures:

(i) Upon receipt of each early reduction credit request, the permitting authority will accept the request only if the requirements of paragraphs (c)(1), (3), and (4)(ii) of this section are met and, if the request is accepted, will make any necessary adjustments to the request to ensure that the amount of the early reduction credits requested meets the requirement of paragraphs (c)(2) and (4) of this section.

(ii) If the State's compliance supplement pool has an amount of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances not less than the number of early reduction credits in all accepted early reduction credit requests for 2001 and 2002 (as adjusted under paragraph (c)(5)(i) of this section), the permitting authority will allocate to each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit covered by such accepted requests one allowance for each early reduction credit requested (as adjusted under paragraph (c)(5)(i) of this section).

(iii) If the State's compliance supplement pool has a smaller amount of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances than the number of early reduction credits in all accepted early reduction credit requests for 2001 and 2002 (as adjusted under paragraph (c)(5)(i) of this section), the permitting authority will allocate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances to each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit covered by such accepted requests according to the following formula:

Unit's allocated early reduction credits = [(Unit's adjusted early reduction credits)/(Total adjusted early reduction credits requested by all units)] x (Available NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances from the State's compliance supplement pool)

Where:

``Unit's adjusted early reduction credits'' is the number of early reduction credits for the unit for 2001 and 2002 in accepted early reduction credit requests, as adjusted under paragraph (c)(5)(i) of this section. ``Total adjusted early reduction credits requested by all units'' is the number of early reduction credits for all units for 2001 and 2002 in accepted early reduction credit requests, as adjusted under paragraph (c)(5)(i) of this section. ``Available NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances from the State's compliance supplement pool'' is the number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances in the State's compliance supplement pool and available for early reduction credits for 2001 and 2002.

(6) By May 1, 2003, the permitting authority will submit to the Administrator the allocations of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances determined under paragraph (c)(5) of this section. The Administrator will record such allocations to the extent that they are consistent with the requirements of paragraphs (c)(1) through (5) of this section.

(7) NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances recorded under paragraph (c)(6) of this section may be deducted for compliance under Sec. 97.54 for the control periods in 2003 or 2004. Notwithstanding paragraph (a) of this section, the Administrator will deduct as retired any NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance that is recorded under paragraph (c)(6) of this section and is not deducted for compliance in accordance with Sec. 97.54 for the control period in 2003 or 2004.

(8) NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances recorded under paragraph (c)(6) of this section are treated as banked allowances in 2004 for the purposes of paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section.

Sec. 97.56 Account error.

The Administrator may, at his or her sole discretion and on his or her own motion, correct any error in any NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Allowance Tracking System account. Within 10 business days of making such correction, the Administrator will notify the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative for the account.

Sec. 97.57 Closing of general accounts.

(a) The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of a general account may instruct the Administrator to close the account by submitting a statement requesting deletion of the account from the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Allowance Tracking System and by correctly submitting for recordation under Sec. 97.60 an allowance transfer of all NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances in the account to one or more other NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Allowance Tracking System accounts.

(b) If a general account shows no activity for a period of a year or more and does not contain any NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances, the Administrator may notify the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative for the account that the account will be closed and deleted from the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Allowance Tracking System following 20 business days after the notice is sent. The account will be closed after the 20-day period unless before the end of the 20-day period the Administrator receives a correctly submitted transfer of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances into the account under Sec. 97.60 or a statement submitted by the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative demonstrating to the satisfaction of the Administrator good cause as to why the account should not be closed.

Subpart G--NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Allowance Transfers

Sec. 97.60 Submission of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance transfers.

The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representatives seeking recordation of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance transfer shall submit the transfer to the Administrator. To be considered correctly submitted, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance transfer shall include the following elements in a format specified by the Administrator:

(a) The numbers identifying both the transferror and transferee accounts;

(b) A specification by serial number of each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance to be transferred; and

(c) The printed name and signature of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of the transferror account and the date signed.

Sec. 97.61 EPA recordation.

(a) Within 5 business days of receiving a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance transfer, except as provided in paragraph (b) of this section, the Administrator will record a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance transfer by moving each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance from the transferror account to the transferee account as specified by the request, provided that:

(1) The transfer is correctly submitted under Sec. 97.60;

(2) The transferror account includes each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance identified by serial number in the transfer; and

(3) The transfer meets all other requirements of this part.

(b) A NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance transfer that is submitted for recordation following the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance transfer deadline and

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that includes any NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances allocated for a control period prior to or the same as the control period to which the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance transfer deadline applies will not be recorded until after completion of the process of recordation of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocations in Sec. 97.53(b).

(c) Where a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance transfer submitted for recordation fails to meet the requirements of paragraph (a) of this section, the Administrator will not record such transfer.

Sec. 97.62 Notification.

(a) Notification of recordation. Within 5 business days of recordation of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance transfer under Sec. 97.61, the Administrator will notify each party to the transfer. Notice will be given to the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representatives of both the transferror and transferee accounts.

(b) Notification of non-recordation. Within 10 business days of receipt of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance transfer that fails to meet the requirements of Sec. 97.61(a) the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representatives of both accounts subject to the transfer of:

(1) A decision not to record the transfer, and

(2) The reasons for such non-recordation.

(c) Nothing in this section shall preclude the submission of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance transfer for recordation following notification of non-recordation.

Subpart H--Monitoring and Reporting

Sec. 97.70 General Requirements.

The owners and operators, and to the extent applicable, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit, shall comply with the monitoring and reporting requirements as provided in this subpart and in subpart H of part 75 of this chapter. For purposes of complying with such requirements, the definitions in Sec. 97.2 and in Sec. 72.2 of this chapter shall apply, and the terms ``affected unit,'' ``designated representative,'' and ``continuous emission monitoring system'' (or ``CEMS'') in part 75 of this chapter shall be replaced by the terms ``NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit,'' ``NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative,'' and ``continuous emission monitoring system'' (or ``CEMS''), respectively, as defined in Sec. 97.2.

(a) Requirements for installation, certification, and data accounting. The owner or operator of each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit must meet the following requirements. These provisions also apply to a unit for which an application for a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit is submitted and not denied or withdrawn, as provided in subpart I of this part:

(1) Install all monitoring systems required under this subpart for monitoring NO‹INF›X‹/INF› mass. This includes all systems required to monitor NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emission rate, NO‹INF›X‹/INF› concentration, heat input, and flow, in accordance with Secs. 75.72 and 75.76.

(2) Install all monitoring systems for monitoring heat input, if required under Sec. 97.76 for developing NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocations.

(3) Successfully complete all certification tests required under Sec. 97.71 and meet all other provisions of this subpart and part 75 of this chapter applicable to the monitoring systems under paragraphs (a) (1) and (2) of this section.

(4) Record, and report data from the monitoring systems under paragraphs (a) (1) and (2) of this section.

(b) Compliance dates. The owner or operator must meet the requirements of paragraphs (a)(1) through (a)(3) of this section on or before the following dates and must record and report data on and after the following dates:

(1) NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units for which the owner or operator intends to apply for early reduction credits under Sec. 97.55(d) must comply with the requirements of this subpart by May 1, 2000.

(2) Except for NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units under paragraph (b)(1) of this section, NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units under Sec. 97.4 that commence operation before January 1, 2002, must comply with the requirements of this subpart by May 1, 2002.

(3) NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units under Sec. 97.4 that commence operation on or after January 1, 2002 and that report on an annual basis under Sec. 97.74(d) must comply with the requirements of this subpart by the later of the following dates:

(i) May 1, 2002; or

(ii) the earlier of:

(A) 180 days after the date on which the unit commences operation or,

(B) For units under Sec. 97.4(a)(1), 90 days after the date on which the unit commences commercial operation.

(4) NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units under Sec. 97.4 that commence operation on or after January 1, 2002 and that report on a control season basis under Sec. 97.74(d) must comply with the requirements of this subpart by the later of the following dates:

(i) the earlier of:

(A) 180 days after the date on which the unit commences operation or,

(B) for units under Sec. 97.4(a)(1), 90 days after the date on which the unit commences commercial operation.

(ii) However, if the applicable deadline under paragraph (b)(4)(i) of this section does not occur during a control period, May 1; immediately following the date determined in accordance with paragraph (b)(4)(i) of this section.

(5) For a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit with a new stack or flue for which construction is completed after the applicable deadline under paragraph (b)(1), (b)(2) or (b)(3) of this section or subpart I of this part:

(i) 90 days after the date on which emissions first exit to the atmosphere through the new stack or flue

(ii) However, if the unit reports on a control season basis under Sec. 97.74(d) and the applicable deadline under paragraph (b)(5)(i) of this section does not occur during the control period, May 1 immediately following the applicable deadline in paragraph (b)(5)(i) of this section.

(6) For a unit for which an application for a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit is submitted and not denied or withdrawn, the compliance dates specified under subpart I of this part.

(c) Reporting data prior to initial certification. (1) The owner or operator of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit that misses the certification deadline under paragraph (b)(1) of this section is not eligible to apply for early reduction credits. The owner or operator of the unit becomes subject to the certification deadline under paragraph (b)(2) of this section.

(2) The owner or operator of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget under paragraphs (b)(3) or (b)(4) of this section must determine, record and report NO‹INF›X‹/INF› mass, heat input (if required for purposes of allocations) and any other values required to determine NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Mass (e.g. NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emission rate and heat input or NO‹INF›X‹/INF› concentration and stack flow) using the provisions of Sec. 75.70(g) of this chapter, from the date and hour that the unit starts operating until all required certification tests are successfully completed.

(d) Prohibitions. (1) No owner or operator of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit or a non-NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit monitored under Sec. 75.72(b)(2)(ii) shall use any alternative monitoring system, alternative reference method, or any other alternative for the required continuous emission monitoring system without having obtained prior written approval in accordance with Sec. 97.75.

(2) No owner or operator of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit or a non- NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit monitored under Sec. 75.72(b)(2)(ii) shall operate the unit so as to discharge, or allow to be discharged, NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emissions to the atmosphere without accounting for all such emissions in accordance with the applicable provisions of this subpart and part 75 of this chapter

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except as provided for in Sec. 75.74 of this chapter.

(3) No owner or operator of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit or a non- NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit monitored under Sec. 75.72(b)(2)(ii) shall disrupt the continuous emission monitoring system, any portion thereof, or any other approved emission monitoring method, and thereby avoid monitoring and recording NO‹INF›X‹/INF› mass emissions discharged into the atmosphere, except for periods of recertification or periods when calibration, quality assurance testing, or maintenance is performed in accordance with the applicable provisions of this subpart and part 75 of this chapter except as provided for in Sec. 75.74 of this chapter.

(4) No owner or operator of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit or a non- NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit monitored under Sec. 75.72(b)(2)(ii) shall retire or permanently discontinue use of the continuous emission monitoring system, any component thereof, or any other approved emission monitoring system under this subpart, except under any one of the following circumstances:

(i) During the period that the unit is covered by a retired unit exemption under Sec. 97.5 that is in effect;

(ii) The owner or operator is monitoring emissions from the unit with another certified monitoring system approved, in accordance with the applicable provisions of this subpart and part 75 of this chapter, by the permitting authority for use at that unit that provides emission data for the same pollutant or parameter as the retired or discontinued monitoring system; or

(iii) The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative submits notification of the date of certification testing of a replacement monitoring system in accordance with Sec. 97.71(b)(2).

Sec. 97.71 Initial certification and recertification procedures.

(a) The owner or operator of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit that is subject to an Acid Rain emissions limitation shall comply with the initial certification and recertification procedures of part 75 of this chapter, except that:

(1) If, prior to January 1, 1998, the Administrator approved a petition under Sec. 75.17 (a) or (b) of this chapter for apportioning the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emission rate measured in a common stack or a petition under Sec. 75.66 of this chapter for an alternative to a requirement in Sec. 75.17 of this chapter, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall resubmit the petition to the Administrator under Sec. 97.75(a) to determine if the approval applies under the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program.

(2) For any additional CEMS required under the common stack provisions in Sec. 75.72 of this chapter, or for any NO‹INF›X‹/INF› concentration CEMS used under the provisions of Sec. 75.71(a)(2) of this chapter, the owner or operator shall meet the requirements of paragraph (b) of this section.

(b) The owner or operator of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit that is not subject to an Acid Rain emissions limitation shall comply with the following initial certification and recertification procedures, except that the owner or operator of a unit that qualifies to use the low mass emissions excepted monitoring methodology under Sec. 75.19 shall also meet the requirements of paragraph (c) of this section and the owner or operator of a unit that qualifies to use an alternative monitoring system under subpart E of part 75 of this chapter shall also meet the requirements of paragraph (d) of this section. The owner or operator of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit that is subject to an Acid Rain emissions limitation, but requires additional CEMS under the common stack provisions in Sec. 75.72 of this chapter, or that uses a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› concentration CEMS under Sec. 75.71(a)(2) of this chapter also shall comply with the following initial certification and recertification procedures.

(1) Requirements for initial certification. The owner or operator shall ensure that each monitoring system required by subpart H of part 75 of this chapter (which includes the automated data acquisition and handling system) successfully completes all of the initial certification testing required under Sec. 75.20 of this chapter. The owner or operator shall ensure that all applicable certification tests are successfully completed by the deadlines specified in Sec. 97.70(b). In addition, whenever the owner or operator installs a monitoring system in order to meet the requirements of this part in a location where no such monitoring system was previously installed, initial certification according to Sec. 75.20 is required.

(2) Requirements for recertification. Whenever the owner or operator makes a replacement, modification, or change in a certified monitoring system that the Administrator determines significantly affects the ability of the system to accurately measure or record NO‹INF›X‹/INF› mass emissions or heat input or to meet the requirements of Sec. 75.21 of this chapter or appendix B to part 75 of this chapter, the owner or operator shall recertify the monitoring system according to Sec. 75.20(b) of this chapter. Furthermore, whenever the owner or operator makes a replacement, modification, or change to the flue gas handling system or the unit's operation that the Administrator determines to significantly change the flow or concentration profile, the owner or operator shall recertify the continuous emissions monitoring system according to Sec. 75.20(b) of this chapter. Examples of changes which require recertification include: Replacement of the analyzer, change in location or orientation of the sampling probe or site, or changing of flow rate monitor polynomial coefficients.

(3) Certification approval process for initial certifications and recertification.

(i) Notification of certification. The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall submit to the Administrator, the appropriate EPA Regional Office and the permitting authority a written notice of the dates of certification in accordance with Sec. 97.73.

(ii) Certification application. The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall submit to the Administrator, the appropriate EPA Regional Office and the permitting authority a certification application for each monitoring system required under subpart H of part 75 of this chapter. A complete certification application shall include the information specified in subpart H of part 75 of this chapter.

(iii) Except for units using the low mass emission excepted methodology under Sec. 75.19 of this chapter, the provisional certification date for a monitor shall be determined using the procedures set forth in Sec. 75.20(a)(3) of this chapter. A provisionally certified monitor may be used under the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program for a period not to exceed 120 days after receipt by the Administrator of the complete certification application for the monitoring system or component thereof under paragraph (b)(3)(ii) of this section. Data measured and recorded by the provisionally certified monitoring system or component thereof, in accordance with the requirements of part 75 of this chapter, will be considered valid quality-assured data (retroactive to the date and time of provisional certification), provided that the Administrator does not invalidate the provisional certification by issuing a notice of disapproval within 120 days of receipt of the complete certification application by the Administrator.

(iv) Certification application formal approval process. The Administrator will issue a written notice of approval or disapproval of the certification application to the owner or operator within 120 days of receipt of the complete certification application under paragraph (b)(3)(ii) of this section. In the event the Administrator does not issue

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such a notice within such 120-day period, each monitoring system which meets the applicable performance requirements of part 75 of this chapter and is included in the certification application will be deemed certified for use under the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program.

(A) Approval notice. If the certification application is complete and shows that each monitoring system meets the applicable performance requirements of part 75 of this chapter, then the Administrator will issue a written notice of approval of the certification application within 120 days of receipt.

(B) Incomplete application notice. A certification application will be considered complete when all of the applicable information required to be submitted under paragraph (b)(3)(ii) of this section has been received by the Administrator. If the certification application is not complete, then the Administrator will issue a written notice of incompleteness that sets a reasonable date by which the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative must submit the additional information required to complete the certification application. If the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative does not comply with the notice of incompleteness by the specified date, then the Administrator may issue a notice of disapproval under paragraph (b)(3)(iv)(C) of this section.

(C) Disapproval notice. If the certification application shows that any monitoring system or component thereof does not meet the performance requirements of this part, or if the certification application is incomplete and the requirement for disapproval under paragraph (b)(3)(iv)(B) of this section has been met, the Administrator will issue a written notice of disapproval of the certification application. Upon issuance of such notice of disapproval, the provisional certification is invalidated by the Administrator and the data measured and recorded by each uncertified monitoring system or component thereof shall not be considered valid quality-assured data beginning with the date and hour of provisional certification. The owner or operator shall follow the procedures for loss of certification in paragraph (b)(3)(v) of this section for each monitoring system or component thereof which is disapproved for initial certification.

(D) Audit decertification. The Administrator may issue a notice of disapproval of the certification status of a monitor in accordance with Sec. 97.72(b).

(v) Procedures for loss of certification. If the Administrator issues a notice of disapproval of a certification application under paragraph (b)(3)(iv)(C) of this section or a notice of disapproval of certification status under paragraph (b)(3)(iv)(D) of this section, then:

(A) The owner or operator shall substitute the following values, for each hour of unit operation during the period of invalid data beginning with the date and hour of provisional certification and continuing until the time, date, and hour specified under Sec. 75.20(a)(5)(i) of this chapter:

(1) For units using or intending to monitor for NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emission rate and heat input or for units using the low mass emission excepted methodology under Sec. 75.19 of this chapter, the maximum potential NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emission rate and the maximum potential hourly heat input of the unit.

(2) For units intending to monitor for NO‹INF›X‹/INF› mass emissions using a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› pollutant concentration monitor and a flow monitor, the maximum potential concentration of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› and the maximum potential flow rate of the unit under section 2.1 of appendix A of part 75 of this chapter;

(B) The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall submit a notification of certification retest dates and a new certification application in accordance with paragraphs (b)(3)(i) and (ii) of this section; and (C) The owner or operator shall repeat all certification tests or other requirements that were failed by the monitoring system, as indicated in the Administrator's notice of disapproval, no later than 30 unit operating days after the date of issuance of the notice of disapproval.

(c) Initial certification and recertification procedures for low mass emission units using the excepted methodologies under Sec. 75.19 of this chapter. The owner or operator of a gas-fired or oil-fired unit using the low mass emissions excepted methodology under Sec. 75.19 of this chapter shall meet the applicable general operating requirements of Sec. 75.10 of this chapter, the applicable requirements of Sec. 75.19 of this chapter, and the applicable certification requirements of Sec. 97.71 of this chapter, except that the excepted methodology shall be deemed provisionally certified for use under the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program, as of the following dates:

(i) For units that are reporting on an annual basis under Sec. 97.74(d)

(A) For a unit that has commences operation before its compliance deadline under Sec. 97.71(b), from January 1 of the year following submission of the certification application for approval to use the low mass emissions excepted methodology under Sec. 75.19 of this chapter until the completion of the period for the Administrator's review; or

(B) For a unit that commences operation after its compliance deadline under Sec. 97.71(b), the date of submission of the certificaation application for approval to use the low mass emissions excepted methodology under Sec. 75.19 of this chapter until the completion of the period for the Administrator's review, or

(ii) For units that are reporting on a control period basis under Sec. 97.74(b)(3)(ii) of this part:

(A) For a unit that commenced operation before its compliance deadline under Sec. 97.71(b), where the certification application is submitted before May 1, from May 1 of the year of the submission of the certification application for approval to use the low mass emissions excepted methodology under Sec. 75.19 of this chapter until the completion of the period for the Administrator's review; or

(B) For a unit that commenced operation before its compliance deadline under Sec. 97.71(b), where the certification application is submitted after May 1, from May 1 of the year following submission of the certification application for approval to use the low mass emissions excepted methodology under Sec. 75.19 of this chapter until the completion of the period for the Administrator's review; or

(C) For a unit that commences operation after its compliance deadline under Sec. 97.71(b), where the unit commences operation before May 1, from May 1 of the year that the unit commenced operation, until the completion of the period for the Administrator's review.

(D) For a unit that has not operated after its compliance deadline under Sec. 97.71(b), where the certification application is submitted after May 1, but before October 1st, from the date of submission of a certification application for approval to use the low mass emissions excepted methodology under Sec. 75.19 of this chapter until the completion of the period for the Administrator's review.

(d) Certification/recertification procedures for alternative monitoring systems. The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative representing the owner or operator of each unit applying to monitor using an alternative monitoring system approved by the Administrator under subpart E of part 75 of this chapter shall apply for certification to the administrator prior to use of the system under the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Trading Program. The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall apply for recertification following a replacement, modification or change according to the procedures in paragraph (b) of this

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section. The owner or operator of an alternative monitoring system shall comply with the notification and application requirements for certification according to the procedures specified in paragraph (b)(3) of this section and Sec. 75.20(f) of this chapter.

Sec. 97.72 Out of control periods.

(a) Whenever any monitoring system fails to meet the quality assurance requirements of appendix B of part 75 of this chapter, data shall be substituted using the applicable procedures in subpart D, appendix D, or appendix E of part 75 of this chapter.

(b) Audit decertification. Whenever both an audit of a monitoring system and a review of the initial certification or recertification application reveal that any system or component should not have been certified or recertified because it did not meet a particular performance specification or other requirement under Sec. 97.71 or the applicable provisions of part 75 of this chapter, both at the time of the initial certification or recertification application submission and at the time of the audit, the Administrator will issue a notice of disapproval of the certification status of such system or component. For the purposes of this paragraph, an audit shall be either a field audit or an audit of any information submitted to the permitting authority or the Administrator. By issuing the notice of disapproval, the Administrator revokes prospectively the certification status of the system or component. The data measured and recorded by the system or component shall not be considered valid quality-assured data from the date of issuance of the notification of the revoked certification status until the date and time that the owner or operator completes subsequently approved initial certification or recertification tests. The owner or operator shall follow the initial certification or recertification procedures in Sec. 97.71 for each disapproved system.

Sec. 97.73 Notifications.

(a) The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative for a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit shall submit written notice to the permitting authority, the appropriate EPA Regional Office and the Administrator in accordance with Sec. 75.61 of this chapter.

(b) For any unit that does not have an acid rain emissions limitation, the permitting authority may waive the requirements to notify the permitting authority in paragraph (a) of this section and the notification requirements in Sec. 97.71(b)(2)(i).

Sec. 97.74 Recordkeeping and reporting.

(a) General provisions. (1) The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall comply with all recordkeeping and reporting requirements in this section and with the requirements of Sec. 97.10(e).

(2) If the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative for a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit subject to an Acid Rain Emission limitation who signed and certified any submission that is made under subpart F or G of part 75 of this chapter and which includes data and information required under this subpart or subpart H of part 75 of this chapter is not the same person as the designated representative or the alternative designated representative for the unit under part 72 of this chapter, the submission must also be signed by the designated representative or the alternative designated representative.

(b) Monitoring plans. (1) The owner or operator of a unit subject to an Acid Rain emissions limitation shall comply with requirements of Sec. 75.62 of this chapter, except that the monitoring plan shall also include all of the information required by subpart H of part 75 of this chapter.

(2) The owner or operator of a unit that is not subject to an Acid Rain emissions limitation shall comply with requirements of Sec. 75.62 of this chapter, except that the monitoring plan is only required to include the information required by subpart H of part 75 of this chapter.

(c) Certification applications. The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall submit an application to the permitting authority, the appropriate EPA Regional Office and the Administrator within 45 days after completing all initial certification or recertification tests required under Sec. 97.71 including the information required under subpart H of part 75 of this chapter.

(d) Quarterly reports. The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall submit quarterly reports, as follows:

(1) If a unit is subject to an Acid Rain emission limitation or if the owner or operator of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› budget unit chooses to meet the annual reporting requirements of this subpart H, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall submit a quarterly report for each calendar quarter beginning with:

(i) For units that elect to comply with the early reduction credit provisions under Sec. 97.55, the calender quarter that includes the date of initial provisional certification under Sec. 97.71(b)(3)(iii). Data shall be reported from the date and hour corresponding to the date and hour of provisional certification ; or

(ii) For units commencing operation prior to May 1, 2002 that are not required to certify monitors by May 1, 2000 under Sec. 97.70(b)(1), the earlier of the calender quarter that includes the date of initial provisional certification under Sec. 97.71(b)(3)(iii) or, if the certification tests are not completed by May 1, 2002, the partial calender quarter from May 1, 2002 through June 30, 2002. Data shall be recorded and reported from the earlier of the date and hour corresponding to the date and hour of provisional certification or the first hour on May 1, 2002; or

(iii) For a unit that commences operation after May 1, 2002, the calendar quarter in which the unit commences operation, Data shall be reported from the date and hour corresponding to when the unit commenced operation.

(2) If a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› budget unit is not subject to an Acid Rain emission limitation, then the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall either:

(i) Meet all of the requirements of part 75 of this chapter related to monitoring and reporting NO‹INF›X‹/INF› mass emissions during the entire year and meet the reporting deadlines specified in paragraph (d)(1) of this section; or

(ii) submit quarterly reports only for the periods from the earlier of May 1 or the date and hour that the owner or operator successfully completes all of the recertification tests required under Sec. 75.74(d)(3) through September 30 of each year in accordance with the provisions of Sec. 75.74(b) of this chapter. The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall submit a quarterly report for each calendar quarter, beginning with:

(A) For units that elect to comply with the early reduction credit provisions under Sec. 97.55, the calender quarter that includes the date of initial provisional certification under Sec. 97.71(b)(3)(iii). Data shall be reported from the date and hour corresponding to the date and hour of provisional certification; or

(B) For units commencing operation prior to May 1, 2002 that are not required to certify monitors by May 1, 2000 under Sec. 97.70(b)(1), the earlier of the calender quarter that includes the date of initial provisional certification under Sec. 97.71(b)(3)(iii), or if the certification tests are not completed by May 1, 2002, the partial calender quarter from May 1, 2002 through June 30, 2002. Data shall be reported from the earlier of the date and hour corresponding to the date and hour of provisional certification or the first hour of May 1, 2002; or

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control period, the calender quarter in which the unit commences operation. Data shall be reported from the date and hour corresponding to when the unit commenced operation; or

(D) For units that commence operation after May 1, 2002 and before May 1 of the year in which the unit commences operation, the earlier of the calender quarter that includes the date of initial provisional certification under Sec. 97.71(b)(3)(iii) or, if the certification tests are not completed by May 1 of the year in which the unit commences operation, May 1 of the year in which the unit commences operation. Data shall be reported from the earlier of the date and hour corresponding to the date and hour of provisional certification or the first hour of May 1 of the year after the unit commences operation.

(E) For units that commence operation after May 1, 2002 and after September 30 of the year in which the unit commences operation, the earlier of the calender quarter that includes the date of initial provisional certification under Sec. 97.71(b)(3)(iii) or, if the certification tests are not completed by May 1 of the year after the unit commences operation, May 1 of the year after the unit commences operation. Data shall be reported from the earlier of the date and hour corresponding to the date and hour of provisional certification or the first hour of May 1 of the year after the unit commences operation.

(3) The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall submit each quarterly report to the Administrator within 30 days following the end of the calendar quarter covered by the report. Quarterly reports shall be submitted in the manner specified in subpart H of part 75 of this chapter and Sec. 75.64 of this chapter.

(i) For units subject to an Acid Rain Emissions limitation, quarterly reports shall include all of the data and information required in subpart H of part 75 of this chapter for each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit (or group of units using a common stack) as well as information required in subpart G of part 75 of this chapter.

(ii) For units not subject to an Acid Rain Emissions limitation, quarterly reports are only required to include all of the data and information required in subpart H of part 75 of this chapter for each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit (or group of units using a common stack).

(4) Compliance certification. The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall submit to the Administrator a compliance certification in support of each quarterly report based on reasonable inquiry of those persons with primary responsibility for ensuring that all of the unit's emissions are correctly and fully monitored. The certification shall state that:

(i) The monitoring data submitted were recorded in accordance with the applicable requirements of this subpart and part 75 of this chapter, including the quality assurance procedures and specifications; and

(ii) For a unit with add-on NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emission controls and for all hours where data are substituted in accordance with Sec. 75.34(a)(1) of this chapter, the add-on emission controls were operating within the range of parameters listed in the monitoring plan and the substitute values do not systematically underestimate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emissions; and

(iii) For a unit that is reporting on a control period basis under Sec. 97.74(d) the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emission rate and NO‹INF›X‹/INF› concentration values substituted for missing data under subpart D of part 75 of this chapter are calculated using only values from a control period and do not systematically underestimate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emissions.

Sec. 97.75 Petitions

(a) The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit may submit a petition under Sec. 75.66 of this chapter to the Administrator requesting approval to apply an alternative to any requirement of this subpart.

(b) Application of an alternative to any requirement of this subpart is in accordance with this subpart only to the extent that the petition is approved by the Administrator.

Sec. 97.76 Additional requirements to provide heat input data.

(a) The owner or operator of a unit that elects to monitor and report NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Mass emissions using a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› concentration system and a flow system shall also monitor and report heat input at the unit level using the procedures set forth in part 75 of this chapter.

(b) The owner or operator of a unit that monitor and report NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Mass emissions using a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› concentration system and a flow system shall also monitor and report heat input at the unit level using the procedures set forth in part 75 of this chapter for any source that is applying for early reduction credits under Sec. 97.55.

Subpart I--Individual Opt-Ins

Sec. 97.80 Applicability.

A unit that is in the State, is not a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit under Sec. 97.4, vents all of its emissions to a stack, and is operating, may qualify, under this subpart, to become a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source. A unit that is a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit, is covered by a retired unit exemption under Sec. 97.5 that is in effect, or is not operating is not eligible to become a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source.

Sec. 97.81 General.

Except otherwise as provided in this part, a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source shall be treated as a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit for purposes of applying subparts A through H of this part.

Sec. 97.82 NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative.

A unit for which an application for a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit is submitted, or a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source, located at the same source as one or more NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units, shall have the same NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative as such NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget units.

Sec. 97.83 Applying for NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit.

(a) Applying for initial NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit. In order to apply for an initial NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of a unit qualified under Sec. 97.80 may submit to the Administrator and the permitting authority at any time, except as provided under Sec. 97.86(g):

(1) A complete NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit application under Sec. 97.22;

(2) A monitoring plan submitted in accordance with subpart H of this part; and

(3) A complete account certificate of representation under Sec. 97.13, if no NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative has been previously designated for the unit.

(b) Duty to reapply. The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source shall submit to the Administrator and permitting authority a complete NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit application under Sec. 97.22 to renew the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit in accordance with Sec. 97.21(c) and, if applicable, an updated monitoring plan in accordance with subpart H of this part.

Sec. 97.84 Opt-in process.

The permitting authority will issue or deny a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit for a unit for which an initial application for a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit under Sec. 97.83 is submitted, in accordance with Sec. 97.20 and the following:

(a) Interim review of monitoring plan. The Administrator will determine, on an interim basis, the sufficiency of the monitoring plan accompanying the initial application for a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit under Sec. 97.83. A monitoring plan is sufficient, for purposes of interim review, if the plan appears to contain information demonstrating that

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the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emissions rate and heat input of the unit are monitored and reported in accordance with subpart H of this part. A determination of sufficiency shall not be construed as acceptance or approval of the unit's monitoring plan.

(b) If the Administrator determines that the unit's monitoring plan is sufficient under paragraph (a) of this section and after completion of monitoring system certification under subpart H of this part, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emissions rate and the heat input of the unit shall be monitored and reported in accordance with subpart H of this part for one full control period during which monitoring system availability is not less than 90 percent and during which the unit is in full compliance with any applicable State or Federal emissions or emissions- related requirements. Solely for purposes of applying the requirements in the prior sentence, the unit shall be treated as a ``NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit'' prior to issuance of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit covering the unit.

(c) Based on the information monitored and reported under paragraph (b) of this section, the unit's baseline heat rate shall be calculated as the unit's total heat input (in mmBtu) for the control period and the unit's baseline NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emissions rate shall be calculated as the unit's total NO‹INF›X‹/INF› mass emissions (in lb) for the control period divided by the unit's baseline heat rate.

(d) After calculating the baseline heat input and the baseline NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emissions rate for the unit under paragraph (c) of this section, the Administrator will provide this information to the permitting authority so the permitting authority can serve a draft NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit on the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of the unit.

(e) Confirmation of intention to opt-in. Within 20 days after the issuance of the draft NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of the unit must submit to the Administrator and the permitting authority a confirmation of the intention to opt in the unit or a withdrawal of the application for a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit under Sec. 97.83. The permitting authority will treat the failure to make a timely submission as a withdrawal of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit application.

(f) Issuance of draft NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit. If the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative confirms the intention to opt in the unit under paragraph (e) of this section, the permitting authority will issue the draft NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit in accordance with Sec. 97.20.

(g) Not withstanding paragraphs (a) through (f) of this section, if at any time before issuance of a draft NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit for the unit, the Administrator or the permitting authority determines that the unit does not qualify as a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source under Sec. 97.80, the permitting authority will issue a draft denial of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit for the unit in accordance with Sec. 97.20.

(h) Withdrawal of application for NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit. A NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of a unit may withdraw its application for a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit under Sec. 97.83 at any time prior to the issuance of the final NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit. Once the application for a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit is withdrawn, a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative wanting to reapply must submit a new application for a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit under Sec. 97.83.

(i) Effective date. The effective date of the initial NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit shall be May 1 of the first control period starting after the issuance of the initial NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit by the permitting authority. The unit shall be a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source and a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit as of the effective date of the initial NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit.

Sec. 97.85 NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit contents.

(a) Each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit (including any draft or proposed NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit, if applicable) will contain all elements required for a complete NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt- in permit application under Sec. 97.22 as approved or adjusted by the Administrator or the permitting authority.

(b) Each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit is deemed to incorporate automatically the definitions of terms under Sec. 97.2 and, upon recordation by the Administrator under subpart F, G, or I of this part, every allocation, transfer, or deduction of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances to or from the compliance accounts of each NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source covered by the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit or the overdraft account of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source where the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source is located.

Sec. 97.86 Withdrawal from NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program.

(a) Requesting withdrawal. To withdraw from the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source shall submit to the Administrator and the permitting authority a request to withdraw effective as of a specified date prior to May 1 or after September 30. The submission shall be made no later than 90 days prior to the requested effective date of withdrawal.

(b) Conditions for withdrawal. Before a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt- in source covered by a request under paragraph (a) of this section may withdraw from the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program and the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit may be terminated under paragraph (e) of this section, the following conditions must be met:

(1) For the control period immediately before the withdrawal is to be effective, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative must submit or must have submitted to the Administrator and the permitting authority an annual compliance certification report in accordance with Sec. 97.30.

(2) If the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source has excess emissions for the control period immediately before the withdrawal is to be effective, the Administrator will deduct or has deducted from the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source's compliance account, or the overdraft account of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source where the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source is located, the full amount required under Sec. 97.54(d) for the control period.

(3) After the requirements for withdrawal under paragraphs (b)(1) and (2) of this section are met, the Administrator will deduct from the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source's compliance account, or the overdraft account of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source where the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source is located, NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances equal in number to and allocated for the same or a prior control period as any NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances allocated to that source under Sec. 97.88 for any control period for which the withdrawal is to be effective. The Administrator will close the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source's compliance account and will establish, and transfer any remaining allowances to, a new general account for the owners and operators of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source. The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative for the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source shall become the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative for the general account.

(c) A NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source that withdraws from the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program shall comply with all requirements under the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program concerning all years for which such NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source was a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source, even if such requirements arise or must be complied with after the withdrawal takes effect.

(d) Notification.

(1) After the requirements for withdrawal under paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section are met (including deduction of the full amount of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances required), the Administrator will issue a notification to the

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permitting authority and the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source of the acceptance of the withdrawal of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source as of a specified effective date that is after such requirements have been met and that is prior to May 1 or after September 30.

(2) If the requirements for withdrawal under paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section are not met, the Administrator will issue a notification to the permitting authority and the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source that the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source's request to withdraw is denied. If the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source's request to withdraw is denied, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source shall remain subject to the requirements for a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source.

(e) Permit amendment. After the Administrator issues a notification under paragraph (d)(1) of this section that the requirements for withdrawal have been met, the permitting authority will revise the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit covering the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source to terminate the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit as of the effective date specified under paragraph (d)(1) of this section. A NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source shall continue to be a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source until the effective date of the termination.

(f) Reapplication upon failure to meet conditions of withdrawal. If the Administrator denies the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source's request to withdraw, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative may submit another request to withdraw in accordance with paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section.

(g) Ability to return to the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program. Once a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source withdraws from the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget Trading Program and its NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit is terminated under this section, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authority account representative may not submit another application for a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit under Sec. 97.83 for the unit prior to the date that is 4 years after the date on which the terminated NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit became effective.

Sec. 97.87 Change in regulatory status.

(a) Notification. When a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source becomes a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit under Sec. 97.4, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall notify in writing the permitting authority and the Administrator of such change in the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source's regulatory status, within 30 days of such change.

(b) Permitting authority's and Administrator's action.

(1)(i) When the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source becomes a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit under Sec. 97.4, the permitting authority will revise the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source's NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit to meet the requirements of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit under Sec. 97.23 as of an effective date that is the date on which such NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source becomes a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit under Sec. 97.4.

(ii)(A) The Administrator will deduct from the compliance account for the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit under paragraph (b)(1)(i) of this section, or the overdraft account of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source where the unit is located, NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances equal in number to and allocated for the same or a prior control period as:

(1) Any NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances allocated to the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit (as a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source) under Sec. 97.88 for any control period after the last control period during which the unit's NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit was effective; and

(2) If the effective date of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit revision under paragraph (b)(1)(i) of this section is during a control period, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances allocated to the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit (as a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source) under Sec. 97.88 for the control period multiplied by the ratio of the number of days, in the control period, starting with the effective date of the permit revision under paragraph (b)(1)(i) of this section, divided by the total number of days in the control period.

(B) The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall ensure that the compliance account of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit under paragraph (b)(1)(i) of this section, or the overdraft account of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source where the unit is located, includes the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances necessary for completion of the deduction under paragraph (b)(1)(ii)(A) of this section. If the compliance account or overdraft account does not contain sufficient NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances, the Administrator will deduct the required number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances, regardless of the control period for which they were allocated, whenever NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances are recorded in either account.

(iii) (A) For every control period during which the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit revised under paragraph (b)(1)(i) of this section is effective, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit under paragraph (b)(1)(i) of this section will be treated, solely for purposes of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocations under Sec. 97.42, as a unit that commenced operation on the effective date of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit revision under paragraph (b)(1)(i) of this section and will be allocated NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances under Sec. 97.42.

(B) Notwithstanding paragraph (b)(1)(iii)(A) of this section, if the effective date of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget permit revision under paragraph (b)(1)(i) of this section is during a control period, the following number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances will be allocated to the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit under paragraph (b)(1)(i) of this section under Sec. 97.42 for the control period: the number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances otherwise allocated to the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget unit under Sec. 97.42 for the control period multiplied by the ratio of the number of days, in the control period, starting with the effective date of the permit revision under paragraph (b)(1)(i) of this section, divided by the total number of days in the control period.

(2)(i) When the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative of a NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source does not renew its NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit under Sec. 97.83(b), the Administrator will deduct from the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in unit's compliance account, or the overdraft account of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source where the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source is located, NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances equal in number to and allocated for the same or a prior control period as any NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances allocated to the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source under Sec. 97.88 for any control period after the last control period for which the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit is effective. The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative shall ensure that the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt- in source's compliance account or the overdraft account of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget source where the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source is located includes the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances necessary for completion of such deduction. If the compliance account or overdraft account does not contain sufficient NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances, the Administrator will deduct the required number of NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances, regardless of the control period for which they were allocated, whenever NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances are recorded in either account.

(ii) After the deduction under paragraph (b)(2)(i) of this section is completed, the Administrator will close the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source's compliance account. If any NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances remain in the compliance account after completion of such deduction and any deduction under Sec. 97.54, the Administrator will close the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source's compliance account and will establish, and transfer any remaining allowances to, a new general account for the owners and operators of the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt- in source. The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative for the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source shall become the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› authorized account representative for the general account.

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Sec. 97.88 NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocations to opt-in units.

(a) NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocation. (1) By December 31 immediately before the first control period for which the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit is effective, the Administrator will allocate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances to the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source for the control period in accordance with paragraph (b) of this section.

(2) By no later than December 31, after the first control period for which the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit is in effect, and December 31 of each year thereafter, the Administrator will allocate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances to the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source for the next control period, in accordance with paragraph (b) of this section.

(b) For each control period for which the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source has an approved NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in permit, the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source will be allocated NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances in accordance with the following procedures:

(1) The heat input (in mmBtu) used for calculating NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowance allocations will be the lesser of:

(i) The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source's baseline heat input determined pursuant to Sec. 97.84(c); or

(ii) The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source's heat input, as determined in accordance with subpart H of this part, for the control period in the year prior to the year of the control period for which the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allocations are being calculated.

(2) The Administrator will allocate NO‹INF›X‹/INF› allowances to the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source in an amount equaling the heat input (in mmBtu) determined under paragraph (b)(1) of this section multiplied by the lesser of:

(i) The NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source's baseline NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emissions rate (in lb/mmBtu) determined pursuant to Sec. 97.84(c); or

(ii) The most stringent State or Federal NO‹INF›X‹/INF› emissions limitation applicable to the NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Budget opt-in source during the control period.

Appendix A to Part 97--NO‹INF›X‹/INF› Allowance Allocation Tables for Affected Sources Under Section 126 of the Act

Table A.1--Allocations to Fossil Fuel-Fired EGUs by mmBtu and MWh

Unit

Unit average of average of two highest two highest Unit

Unit State

Plant ID

Point ID

Plant

of 1995, of 1995, allocations allocations 1996, or 1996, or by HI

by MWh 1997,

1997, summer HI summer MWh

AL........................

3 1

BARRY....................... 4,444,705 452,203

336

333 AL........................

3 2

BARRY....................... 4,457,926 453,456

337

334 AL........................

3 3

BARRY....................... 7,758,632 798,049

587

587 AL........................

3 4

BARRY....................... 12,886,737 1,375,025

975

1,012 AL........................

3 5

BARRY....................... 25,069,820 2,649,527

1,897

1,950 AL........................

56 **4

CHARLES R LOWMAN............ 903,512 68,448

68

50 AL........................

56 1

CHARLES R LOWMAN............ 2,337,265 205,745

177

151 AL........................

56 2

CHARLES R LOWMAN............ 8,251,949 786,199

625

578 AL........................

56 3

CHARLES R LOWMAN............ 7,476,176 712,220

566

524 AL........................

5 110

CHICKASAW................... 293,278 27,668

22

20 AL........................

47 1

COLBERT..................... 5,401,036 528,115

409

389 AL........................

47 2

COLBERT..................... 5,586,222 546,223

423

402 AL........................

47 3

COLBERT..................... 5,294,661 517,714

401

381 AL........................

47 4

COLBERT..................... 5,512,314 538,996

417

397 AL........................

47 5

COLBERT..................... 13,750,384 1,387,106

1,041

1,021 AL........................

26 1

E C GASTON.................. 7,187,848 760,699

544

560 AL........................

26 2

E C GASTON.................. 7,037,596 752,765

533

554 AL........................

26 3

E C GASTON.................. 7,568,867 809,591

573

596 AL........................

26 4

E C GASTON.................. 7,279,128 767,031

551

564 AL........................

26 5

E C GASTON.................. 24,100,992 2,589,277

1,824

1,905 AL........................

7 1

GADSDEN..................... 1,915,860 162,803

145

120 AL........................

7 2

GADSDEN..................... 1,777,783 151,069

135

111 AL........................

8 10

GORGAS...................... 24,048,187 2,517,344

1,820

1,852 AL........................

8 6

GORGAS...................... 3,271,407 292,953

248

216 AL........................

8 7

GORGAS...................... 3,320,557 302,034

251

222 AL........................

8 8

GORGAS...................... 6,100,623 624,488

462

460 AL........................

8 9

GORGAS...................... 6,382,810 673,576

483

496 AL........................

10 1

GREENE COUNTY............... 8,730,961 907,867

661

668 AL........................

10 2

GREENE COUNTY............... 7,752,706 806,146

587

593 AL........................

6002 1

JAMES H MILLER JR........... 20,389,071 2,160,317

1,543

1,590 AL........................

6002 2

JAMES H MILLER JR........... 20,467,280 2,168,604

1,549

1,596 AL........................

6002 3

JAMES H MILLER JR........... 22,363,879 2,369,557

1,693

1,744 AL........................

6002 4

JAMES H MILLER JR........... 24,810,536 2,628,792

1,878

1,934 AL........................

7063 **1

MCINTOSH-CAES............... 113,793 24,911

9

18 AL........................

533 **4

MCWILLIAMS.................. 1,130,929 133,050

86

98 AL........................

52140 1

UNION CAMP CORPORATION--.... 43,647

3,307

3

2 AL........................

50 1

WIDOWS CREEK................ 3,220,389 295,992

244

218 AL........................

50 2

WIDOWS CREEK................ 3,004,746 276,171

227

203 AL........................

50 3

WIDOWS CREEK................ 2,954,318 271,537

224

200 AL........................

50 4

WIDOWS CREEK................ 3,135,926 288,228

237

212 AL........................

50 5

WIDOWS CREEK................ 2,946,352 278,352

223

205 AL........................

50 6

WIDOWS CREEK................ 3,048,563 288,008

231

212 AL........................

50 7

WIDOWS CREEK................ 14,708,106 1,494,422

1,113

1,100 AL........................

50 8

WIDOWS CREEK................ 14,313,089 1,445,913

1,083

1,064 CT........................

10675 AB__mes

AES THAMES.................. 4,630,651 436,854

172

160 CT........................

568 BHB1

BRIDGEPORT HARBOR........... 614,787 60,445

23

22 CT........................

568 BHB2

BRIDGEPORT HARBOR........... 1,964,426 198,187

73

73 CT........................

568 BHB3

BRIDGEPORT HARBOR........... 11,910,460 1,235,525

442

454 CT........................

50498 CW__na)

CAPITOL DISTRICT (AETNA).... 626,274 56,421

23

21 CT........................

544 7

DEVON....................... 3,341,227 340,420

124

125

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CT........................

544 8

DEVON....................... 3,257,953 331,059

121

122 CT........................

10567 CW__CH

DEXTER CORP. CH............. 474,019 42,704

18

16 CT........................

569 EB 13

ENGLISH..................... 56,957

3,997

2

1 CT........................

569 EB 14

ENGLISH..................... 86,982

6,104

3

2 CT........................

50736 ST__rd)

EXETER ENERGY (OXFORD)...... 412,978 38,960

15

14 CT........................

562 1

MIDDLETOWN.................. 452,331 43,059

17

16 CT........................

562 2

MIDDLETOWN.................. 2,247,666 231,766

83

85 CT........................

562 3

MIDDLETOWN.................. 4,056,337 450,955

150

166 CT........................

562 4

MIDDLETOWN.................. 5,882,211 543,090

218

199 CT........................

546 5

MONTVILLE................... 1,584,160 158,131

59

58 CT........................

546 6

MONTVILLE................... 5,312,085 485,344

197

178 CT........................

6156 NHB1

NEW HAVEN HARBOR............ 10,881,332 1,160,923

404

426 CT........................

548 1

NORWALK HARBOR.............. 3,099,297 322,005

115

118 CT........................

548 2

NORWALK HARBOR.............. 3,631,682 379,407

135

139 CT........................

n46 CW__rd)

O'BRIEN (HARTFORD).......... 673,659 60,690

25

22 DC........................

603 15

BENNING..................... 605,207 53,487

89

90 DC........................

603 16

BENNING..................... 730,757 63,296

107

106 DE........................

592 B4

DELAWARE CITY............... 546,523 51,559

50

46 DE........................

52193 ST__1

DELAWARE CITY............... 293,747 27,712

27

25 DE........................

52193 ST__2

DELAWARE CITY............... 293,747 27,712

27

25 DE........................

52193 ST__3

DELAWARE CITY............... 494,793 46,679

45

42 DE........................

593 3

EDGE MOOR................... 2,775,531 268,375

252

241 DE........................

593 4

EDGE MOOR................... 4,421,018 453,252

401

407 DE........................

593 5

EDGE MOOR................... 6,515,159 712,351

591

640 DE........................

7153 **3

HAY ROAD.................... 2,014,002 171,609

183

154 DE........................

7153 --1

HAY ROAD.................... 156,053 11,822

14

11 DE........................

7153 --2

HAY ROAD.................... 156,053 11,822

14

11 DE........................

7153 --4

HAY ROAD.................... 1,056,415 124,284

96

112 DE........................

594 1

INDIAN RIVER................ 2,118,931 214,271

192

193 DE........................

594 2

INDIAN RIVER................ 2,201,388 218,804

200

197 DE........................

594 3

INDIAN RIVER................ 4,022,311 435,315

365

391 DE........................

594 4

INDIAN RIVER................ 8,277,718 804,521

751

723 DE........................

599 3

MCKEE RUN................... 1,156,067 103,627

105

93 DE........................

7318 --1

VAN SANT STATION............ 53,745

3,772

5

3 IL........................

54780 ST__TS)

ABBOTT (7 UNITS)............ 109,017 10,285

8

7 IL........................ ........... ............................. BABCOCK & WILCOX CO

45,900

3,221

3

2 COGENERATION FA. IL........................

889 1

BALDWIN..................... 15,218,756 1,493,792

1,074

1,056 IL........................

889 2

BALDWIN..................... 15,201,447 1,513,184

1,072

1,070 IL........................

889 3

BALDWIN..................... 16,459,376 1,782,282

1,161

1,260 IL........................ ........... ............................. BALDWIN POWER PLANT.........

3,366

236

0

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. BREESE MUNICIPAL POWER PLANT

6,579

462

0

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. BUSHNELL MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC

306

21

0

0 LIGHT &. IL........................ ........... ............................. BUSHNELL MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC

306

21

0

0 LIGHT &. IL........................ ........... ............................. CALUMET PEAKING UNITS.......

306

21

0

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. CARLYLE MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC

306

21

0

0 PLANT. IL........................ ........... ............................. CARLYLE MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC

918

64

0

0 PLANT. IL........................ ........... ............................. CENTRAL ILLINOIS LIGHT CO--

3,366

236

0

0 STERLIN. IL........................ ........... ............................. CITY OF CARMI...............

765

54

0

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. CITY OF CARMI...............

1,224

86

0

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. CITY OF CARMI...............

1,530

107

0

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. CITY OF CARMI...............

1,836

129

0

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. CITY OF CARMI...............

1,989

140

0

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. CITY OF PERU GENERATING

1,836

129

0

0 STATION. IL........................ ........... ............................. CITY OF PERU GENERATING

2,907

204

0

0 STATION. IL........................ ........... ............................. CITY OF RED BUD.............

612

43

0

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. CITY OF RED BUD.............

1,989

140

0

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. CITY OF RED BUD.............

8,109

569

1

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. CITY WATER LIGHT & POWER

63,189

4,434

4

3 DEPT. IL........................ ........... ............................. CLINTON POWER STATION.......

1,377

97

0

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. CLINTON POWER STATION.......

2,601

183

0

0 IL........................

861 01

COFFEEN..................... 6,072,017 604,783

428

427 IL........................

861 02

COFFEEN..................... 11,934,607 1,220,682

842

863 IL........................

6025 1

COLLINS..................... 4,795,651 482,023

338

341 IL........................

6025 2

COLLINS..................... 5,305,418 542,809

374

384 IL........................

6025 3

COLLINS..................... 5,854,107 581,688

413

411 IL........................

6025 4

COLLINS..................... 3,746,709 362,491

264

256 IL........................

6025 5

COLLINS..................... 2,488,656 235,356

176

166 IL........................ ........... ............................. COM ED--ELECTRIC JUNCTION

765

54

0

0 PEAKING. IL........................ ........... ............................. COMMONWEALTH EDISON-WESTERN

306

21

0

0 DIV HQ. IL........................

867 7

CRAWFORD.................... 4,358,553 445,979

307

315 IL........................

867 8

CRAWFORD.................... 5,792,952 607,037

409

429 IL........................ ........... ............................. CRAWFORD.................... 16,983

1,192

1

1 IL........................

963 31

DALLMAN..................... 2,002,848 179,146

141

127 IL........................

963 32

DALLMAN..................... 2,398,394 214,910

169

152 IL........................

963 33

DALLMAN..................... 6,864,473 650,291

484

460 IL........................

6016 1

DUCK CREEK.................. 12,712,162 1,268,932

897

897

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IL........................

856 1

E D EDWARDS................. 2,856,940 277,831

202

196 IL........................

856 2

E D EDWARDS................. 6,511,474 652,845

459

461 IL........................

856 3

E D EDWARDS................. 8,431,346 874,077

595

618 IL........................ ........... ............................. FAIRFIELD MUNICIPAL LIGHT...

459

32

0

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. FAIRFIELD MUNICIPAL LIGHT...

918

64

0

0 IL........................

886 19

FISK........................ 6,895,507 739,068

486

522 IL........................ ........... ............................. FISK........................

306

21

0

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. GENESEO MUNICIPAL UTILITIES. 23,103

1,621

2

1 IL........................ ........... ............................. GENESEO MUNICIPAL UTILITIES. 25,704

1,804

2

1 IL........................ ........... ............................. GENESEO MUNICIPAL UTILITIES. 51,408

3,608

4

3 IL........................ ........... ............................. GENESEO MUNICIPAL UTILITIES. 74,511

5,229

5

4 IL........................ ........... ............................. GENESEO MUNICIPAL UTILITIES. 87,363

6,131

6

4 IL........................ ........... ............................. GENESEO MUNICIPAL UTILITIES. 87,363

6,131

6

4 IL........................ ........... ............................. GENESEO MUNICIPAL UTILITIES. 141,372

9,921

10

7 IL........................

862 07

GRAND TOWER................. 651,170 62,612

46

44 IL........................

862 08

GRAND TOWER................. 654,114 62,896

46

44 IL........................

862 09

GRAND TOWER................. 2,630,056 270,276

186

191 IL........................

891 9

HAVANA...................... 8,683,730 823,571

613

582 IL........................

892 1

HENNEPIN.................... 2,009,046 189,586

142

134 IL........................

892 2

HENNEPIN.................... 6,675,377 751,901

471

531 IL........................

863 05

HUTSONVILLE................. 2,052,071 201,638

145

143 IL........................

863 06

HUTSONVILLE................. 1,495,464 148,227

105

105 IL........................

384 71

JOLIET 29................... 5,594,695 565,406

395

400 IL........................

384 72

JOLIET 29................... 7,988,169 807,293

564

571 IL........................

384 81

JOLIET 29................... 5,979,042 606,271

422

429 IL........................

384 82

JOLIET 29................... 8,727,941 885,007

616

626 IL........................

874 5

JOLIET 9.................... 7,279,634 745,482

514

527 IL........................

887 1

JOPPA STEAM................. 6,415,901 612,380

453

433 IL........................

887 2

JOPPA STEAM................. 6,371,397 627,662

449

444 IL........................

887 3

JOPPA STEAM................. 6,162,171 610,721

435

432 IL........................

887 4

JOPPA STEAM................. 6,409,101 622,666

452

440 IL........................

887 5

JOPPA STEAM................. 6,707,659 630,241

473

445 IL........................

887 6

JOPPA STEAM................. 6,766,124 648,034

477

458 IL........................

876 1

KINCAID..................... 9,749,992 914,719

688

647 IL........................

876 2

KINCAID..................... 11,246,140 1,098,470

793

776 IL........................

964 7

LAKESIDE.................... 700,482 56,039

49

40 IL........................

964 8

LAKESIDE.................... 696,352 55,708

49

39 IL........................ ........... ............................. LASALLE COUNTY STATION......

1,530

107

0

0 IL........................

976 1

MARION...................... 95,573

7,079

7

5 IL........................

976 2

MARION...................... 175,085 12,969

12

9 IL........................

976 3

MARION...................... 584,871 43,324

41

31 IL........................

976 4

MARION...................... 5,264,312 501,363

371

354 IL........................ ........... ............................. MARISON CO..................

306

21

0

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. MASCOUTAH POWER PLANT.......

459

32

0

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. MASCOUTAH POWER PLANT.......

765

54

0

0 IL........................

864 01

MEREDOSIA................... 470,181 45,210

33

32 IL........................

864 02

MEREDOSIA................... 431,943 41,533

30

29 IL........................

864 03

MEREDOSIA................... 320,639 30,831

23

22 IL........................

864 04

MEREDOSIA................... 382,526 36,781

27

26 IL........................

864 05

MEREDOSIA................... 5,620,207 577,557

396

408 IL........................

864 06

MEREDOSIA................... 425,393 42,887

30

30 IL........................

6017 1

NEWTON...................... 15,508,748 1,619,543

1,094

1,145 IL........................

6017 2

NEWTON...................... 14,958,053 1,596,036

1,055

1,128 IL........................ ........... ............................. OGLESBY GAS TURBINE......... 15,759

1,106

1

1 IL........................ ........... ............................. PHOENIX CHEMICAL COMPANY.... 17,901

1,256

1

1 IL........................ ........... ............................. PHOENIX CHEMICAL COMPANY.... 17,901

1,256

1

1 IL........................ ........... ............................. PHOENIX CHEMICAL COMPANY.... 17,901

1,256

1

1 IL........................

879 51

POWERTON.................... 9,827,191 899,926

693

636 IL........................

879 52

POWERTON.................... 10,189,834 933,135

719

660 IL........................

879 61

POWERTON.................... 9,120,197 876,100

643

619 IL........................

879 62

POWERTON.................... 9,670,327 928,946

682

657 IL........................ ........... ............................. PRINCETON MUNCIPAL ELECTRIC

153

11

0

0 UTILITY. IL........................ ........... ............................. PRINCETON MUNCIPAL ELECTRIC

153

11

0

0 UTILITY. IL........................ ........... ............................. PRINCETON MUNCIPAL ELECTRIC

153

11

0

0 UTILITY. IL........................ ........... ............................. PRINCETON MUNCIPAL ELECTRIC

153

11

0

0 UTILITY. IL........................ ........... ............................. QUAD CITIES STATION--CORDOVA

8,415

591

1

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. RANTOUL ELECT GENERATING

38,250

2,684

3

2 PLANT. IL........................ ........... ............................. RANTOUL ELECT GENERATING

41,310

2,899

3

2 PLANT. IL........................ ........... ............................. RANTOUL ELECT GENERATING

90,270

6,335

6

4 PLANT. IL........................ ........... ............................. RANTOUL ELECT GENERATING

160,344 11,252

11

8 PLANT. IL........................ ........... ............................. ROCHELLE MUNICIPAL DIESEL

306

21

0

0 PLANT. IL........................ ........... ............................. ROCHELLE MUNICIPAL DIESEL

459

32

0

0 PLANT. IL........................ ........... ............................. ROCHELLE MUNICIPAL DIESEL

7,038

494

0

0 PLANT. IL........................ ........... ............................. ROCHELLE MUNICIPAL DIESEL

11,169

784

1

1 PLANT. IL........................ ........... ............................. ROCHELLE/SOUTH MAIN STREET..

459

32

0

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. ROCHELLE/SOUTH MAIN STREET..

765

54

0

0

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IL........................ ........... ............................. ROCK RIVER DIV HEADQUARTERS.

6,732

472

0

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. ST LOUIS AUTO SHREDDING INC. 11,934

837

1

1 IL........................ ........... ............................. STALLIINGS..................

153

11

0

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. STALLIINGS..................

153

11

0

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. STALLIINGS..................

153

11

0

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. STALLIINGS..................

153

11

0

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. SULLIVAN ELECTRIC UTILITY...

612

43

0

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. SULLIVAN ELECTRIC UTILITY...

1,071

75

0

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. SULLIVAN ELECTRIC UTILITY...

1,377

97

0

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. SULLIVAN ELECTRIC UTILITY...

2,142

150

0

0 IL........................ ........... ............................. U.O.P. CO................... 16,218

1,138

1

1 IL........................

897 1

VERMILION................... 623,436 56,779

44

40 IL........................

897 2

VERMILION................... 1,112,049 98,568

78

70 IL........................ ........... ............................. WASTE MANAGEMENT OF IL--

1,530

107

0

0 MIDWAY LAN. IL........................ ........... ............................. WATERLOO CITY LIGHT PLANT...

153

11

0

0 IL........................

883 17

WAUKEGAN.................... 2,836,176 246,624

200

174 IL........................

883 7

WAUKEGAN.................... 7,481,751 769,490

528

544 IL........................

883 8

WAUKEGAN.................... 8,846,311 906,291

624

641 IL........................ ........... ............................. WHITE COUNTY COAL CORP--MINE

306

21

0

0 #1. IL........................

884 1

WILL COUNTY................. 4,419,934 448,588

312

317 IL........................

884 2

WILL COUNTY................. 4,350,027 456,025

307

322 IL........................

884 3

WILL COUNTY................. 5,839,114 615,875

412

435 IL........................

884 4

WILL COUNTY................. 9,697,974 1,029,181

684

727 IL........................

898 4

WOOD RIVER.................. 2,014,967 187,998

142

133 IL........................

898 5

WOOD RIVER.................. 7,180,169 719,312

507

508 IN........................

6137 1

A B BROWN................... 6,035,177 573,141

468

440 IN........................

6137 2

A B BROWN................... 6,871,738 668,782

533

514 IN........................

6137 --4

A B BROWN................... 151,668 11,831

12

9 IN........................

7336 --ACT1

ANDERSON.................... 67,856

4,762

5

4 IN........................

7336 --ACT2

ANDERSON.................... 67,856

4,762

5

4 IN........................

995 7

BAILLY...................... 5,354,149 546,509

415

420 IN........................

995 8

BAILLY...................... 9,260,589 976,032

719

749 IN........................

1011 --2

BROADWAY.................... 123,242

9,337

10

7 IN........................

1001 1

CAYUGA...................... 15,657,595 1,562,790

1,215

1,200 IN........................

1001 2

CAYUGA...................... 14,571,660 1,475,761

1,131

1,133 IN........................

1001 --4

CAYUGA...................... 345,558 28,110

27

22 IN........................

1001 5

CAYUGA...................... 149,834 11,351

12

9 IN........................

983 1

CLIFTY CREEK................ 7,379,559 784,475

573

602 IN........................

983 2

CLIFTY CREEK................ 7,176,300 784,209

557

602 IN........................

983 3

CLIFTY CREEK................ 7,063,406 756,334

548

581 IN........................

983 4

CLIFTY CREEK................ 6,798,235 732,253

527

562 IN........................

983 5

CLIFTY CREEK................ 7,400,261 783,096

574

601 IN........................

983 6

CLIFTY CREEK................ 6,727,925 706,863

522

543 IN........................ ........... 1

CONNERSVILLE................ 16,083

1,129

1

1 IN........................ ........... 2

CONNERSVILLE................ 16,083

1,129

1

1 IN........................

996 11

DEAN H MITCHELL............. 2,287,384 227,941

177

175 IN........................

996 4

DEAN H MITCHELL............. 1,842,510 182,734

143

140 IN........................

996 5

DEAN H MITCHELL............. 3,177,761 322,092

247

247 IN........................

996 6

DEAN H MITCHELL............. 2,600,547 268,430

202

206 IN........................

990 10

ELMER W STOUT............... 13,560

1,279

1

1 IN........................

990 50

ELMER W STOUT............... 2,415,760 232,374

187

178 IN........................

990 60

ELMER W STOUT............... 2,335,827 224,685

181

173 IN........................

990 70

ELMER W STOUT............... 9,783,680 941,100

759

723 IN........................

990 9

ELMER W STOUT............... 15,792

1,490

1

1 IN........................

990 --GT4

ELMER W STOUT............... 78,478

5,945

6

5 IN........................

990 --GT5

ELMER W STOUT............... 88,946

6,738

7

5 IN........................

1012 1

F B CULLEY.................. 669,903 64,414

52

49 IN........................

1012 2

F B CULLEY.................. 2,593,129 221,257

201

170 IN........................

1012 3

F B CULLEY.................. 9,584,920 941,544

744

723 IN........................

1043 1SG1

FRANK E RATTS............... 3,258,718 337,971

253

260 IN........................

1043 2SG1

FRANK E RATTS............... 3,187,585 328,482

247

252 IN........................

1008 1

GALLAGHER................... 3,831,362 370,968

297

285 IN........................

1008 2

GALLAGHER................... 3,401,395 335,476

264

258 IN........................

1008 3

GALLAGHER................... 4,528,750 444,605

351

341 IN........................

1008 4

GALLAGHER................... 4,244,584 410,978

329

316 IN........................

6113 1

GIBSON...................... 19,606,094 2,037,632

1,521

1,565 IN........................

6113 2

GIBSON...................... 18,199,182 1,859,906

1,412

1,428 IN........................

6113 3

GIBSON...................... 16,865,898 1,708,977

1,309

1,312 IN........................

6113 4

GIBSON...................... 16,654,069 1,680,532

1,292

1,290 IN........................

6113 5

GIBSON...................... 20,380,811 2,015,308

1,581

1,547 IN........................

991 1

H T PRITCHARD............... 17,262

1,628

1

1 IN........................

991 2

H T PRITCHARD............... 20,009

1,888

2

1 IN........................

991 3

H T PRITCHARD............... 658,621 63,329

51

49 IN........................

991 4

H T PRITCHARD............... 896,604 77,817

70

60 IN........................

991 5

H T PRITCHARD............... 870,970 75,592

68

58 IN........................

991 6

H T PRITCHARD............... 2,568,694 222,938

199

171

[[Page 56364]]

IN........................

6213 1SG1

MEROM....................... 16,068,534 1,640,316

1,247

1,260 IN........................

6213 2SG1

MEROM....................... 19,329,452 1,986,175

1,500

1,525 IN........................

997 12

MICHIGAN CITY............... 11,955,128 1,210,523

928

930 IN........................

997 4

MICHIGAN CITY............... 202,787 19,131

16

15 IN........................

997 5

MICHIGAN CITY............... 125,850 11,873

10

9 IN........................

997 6

MICHIGAN CITY............... 193,869 18,289

15

14 IN........................

1007 1

NOBLESVILLE................. 348,522 33,512

27

26 IN........................

1007 2

NOBLESVILLE................. 363,142 34,917

28

27 IN........................

1007 3

NOBLESVILLE................. 385,596 37,077

30

28 IN........................

994 1

PETERSBURG.................. 7,083,983 684,575

550

526 IN........................

994 2

PETERSBURG.................. 14,305,783 1,382,468

1,110

1,062 IN........................

994 3

PETERSBURG.................. 16,278,783 1,573,133

1,263

1,208 IN........................

994 4

PETERSBURG.................. 16,288,351 1,574,058

1,264

1,209 IN........................

7335 --RCT1

RICHMOND.................... 67,490

4,736

5

4 IN........................

7335 --RCT2

RICHMOND.................... 67,490

4,736

5

4 IN........................

6166 MB1

ROCKPORT.................... 43,122,887 4,412,903

3,346

3,389 IN........................

6166 MB2

ROCKPORT.................... 45,949,908 4,683,032

3,565

3,596 IN........................

6085 14

SCHAHFER.................... 12,148,297 1,235,336

943

949 IN........................

6085 15

SCHAHFER.................... 14,443,963 1,443,963

1,121

1,109 IN........................

6085 --16A

SCHAHFER.................... 147,909 11,205

11

9 IN........................

6085 --16B

SCHAHFER.................... 145,983 11,059

11

8 IN........................

6085 17

SCHAHFER.................... 10,147,542 1,031,150

787

792 IN........................

6085 18

SCHAHFER.................... 9,033,005 925,987

701

711 IN........................

981 3

STATE LINE.................. 4,973,309 527,225

386

405 IN........................

981 4

STATE LINE.................. 5,883,063 631,027

456

485 IN........................

988 U1

TANNERS CREEK............... 3,131,631 325,770

243

250 IN........................

988 U2

TANNERS CREEK............... 3,098,674 328,493

240

252 IN........................

988 U3

TANNERS CREEK............... 4,041,085 434,899

314

334 IN........................

988 U4

TANNERS CREEK............... 11,950,298 1,394,271

927

1,071 IN........................

1010 1

WABASH RIVER................ 851,343 94,804

66

73 IN........................

1010 2

WABASH RIVER................ 1,727,253 167,046

134

128 IN........................

1010 3

WABASH RIVER................ 1,705,031 163,067

132

125 IN........................

1010 4

WABASH RIVER................ 2,662,911 254,678

207

196 IN........................

1010 5

WABASH RIVER................ 1,897,229 176,536

147

136 IN........................

1010 6

WABASH RIVER................ 7,024,392 683,706

545

525 IN........................

6705 1

WARRICK..................... 3,774,805 362,962

293

279 IN........................

6705 2

WARRICK..................... 3,986,462 383,314

309

294 IN........................

6705 3

WARRICK..................... 4,055,995 390,000

315

299 IN........................

6705 4

WARRICK..................... 11,135,585 1,098,184

864

843 IN........................

1040 1

WHITEWATER VALLEY........... 971,576 93,421

75

72 IN........................

1040 2

WHITEWATER VALLEY........... 1,877,419 168,122

146

129 KY........................

1353 BSU1

BIG SANDY................... 7,613,037 812,057

609

655 KY........................

1353 BSU2

BIG SANDY................... 22,241,768 2,407,118

1,781

1,942 KY........................

1363 4

CANE RUN.................... 4,925,774 444,084

394

358 KY........................

1363 5

CANE RUN.................... 4,304,294 417,487

345

337 KY........................

1363 6

CANE RUN.................... 5,587,828 543,616

447

439 KY........................

1384 1

COOPER...................... 2,306,853 231,658

185

187 KY........................

1384 2

COOPER...................... 4,882,718 478,651

391

386 KY........................

6823 W1

D B WILSON.................. 14,381,701 1,449,768

1,151

1,170 KY........................

1385 3

DALE........................ 1,906,453 159,723

153

129 KY........................

1385 4

DALE........................ 1,935,939 164,202

155

132 KY........................

1355 1

E W BROWN................... 2,464,832 222,357

197

179 KY........................

1355 2

E W BROWN................... 4,028,960 405,859

323

327 KY........................

1355 3

E W BROWN................... 10,080,565 954,870

807

770 KY........................

1355 5

E W BROWN................... 188,516 14,282

15

12 KY........................

1355 6

E W BROWN................... 188,516 14,282

15

12 KY........................

1355 7

E W BROWN................... 188,516 14,282

15

12 KY........................

6018 2

EAST BEND................... 19,048,549 1,915,390

1,525

1,545 KY........................

1374 1

ELMER SMITH................. 5,140,226 513,099

412

414 KY........................

1374 2

ELMER SMITH................. 9,068,247 1,021,659

726

824 KY........................

1356 2

GHENT....................... 13,610,812 1,345,607

1,090

1,086 KY........................

1356 3

GHENT....................... 13,909,380 1,328,372

1,114

1,072 KY........................

1356 4

GHENT....................... 14,120,228 1,415,846

1,130

1,142 KY........................

1357 1

GREEN RIVER................. 312,489 30,047

25

24 KY........................

1357 2

GREEN RIVER................. 313,882 30,181

25

24 KY........................

1357 3

GREEN RIVER................. 300,246 28,870

24

23 KY........................

1357 4

GREEN RIVER................. 2,445,115 199,422

196

161 KY........................

1357 5

GREEN RIVER................. 2,133,890 190,356

171

154 KY........................

6041 1

H L SPURLOCK................ 9,369,673 933,792

750

753 KY........................

6041 2

H L SPURLOCK................ 19,888,084 2,012,964

1,592

1,624 KY........................

1372 6

HENDERSON I................. 424,577 40,825

34

33 KY........................

1382 H1

HMP&L STATION 2............. 4,765,405 466,282

382

376 KY........................

1382 H2

HMP&L STATION 2............. 5,002,527 490,925

400

396 KY........................

1381 C1

K C COLEMAN................. 4,738,308 471,005

379

380 KY........................

1381 C2

K C COLEMAN................. 5,366,408 527,411

430

426 KY........................

1381 C3

K C COLEMAN................. 4,937,546 480,306

395

388

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KY........................

1364 1

MILL CREEK.................. 7,116,202 701,035

570

566 KY........................

1364 2

MILL CREEK.................. 7,466,807 706,749

598

570 KY........................

1364 3

MILL CREEK.................. 12,691,840 1,234,015

1,016

996 KY........................

1364 4

MILL CREEK.................. 14,102,495 1,387,495

1,129

1,119 KY........................

1378 1

PARADISE.................... 21,860,472 2,197,916

1,750

1,773 KY........................

1378 2

PARADISE.................... 24,632,519 2,476,626

1,972

1,998 KY........................

1378 3

PARADISE.................... 27,629,156 2,743,437

2,212

2,213 KY........................

1360 3

PINEVILLE................... 588,364 56,573

47

46 KY........................

1383 R1

R A REID.................... 462,060 41,072

37

33 KY........................

6639 G1

R D GREEN................... 8,342,047 809,122

668

653 KY........................

6639 G2

R D GREEN................... 7,435,113 714,228

595

576 KY........................

1379 1

SHAWNEE..................... 4,299,562 426,671

344

344 KY........................

1379 10

SHAWNEE..................... 10,578,503 993,473

847

802 KY........................

1379 2

SHAWNEE..................... 4,324,438 429,139

346

346 KY........................

1379 3

SHAWNEE..................... 4,428,585 439,475

355

355 KY........................

1379 4

SHAWNEE..................... 4,240,262 420,786

339

339 KY........................

1379 5

SHAWNEE..................... 4,409,569 437,587

353

353 KY........................

1379 6

SHAWNEE..................... 7,296,781 724,102

584

584 KY........................

1379 7

SHAWNEE..................... 8,781,086 871,399

703

703 KY........................

1379 8

SHAWNEE..................... 5,000,057 496,185

400

400 KY........................

1379 9

SHAWNEE..................... 5,884,725 583,976

471

471 KY........................

6071 1

TRIMBLE COUNTY.............. 16,103,567 1,599,321

1,289

1,290 KY........................

1361 1

TYRONE...................... 35,370

3,337

3

3 KY........................

1361 3

TYRONE...................... 35,800

3,377

3

3 KY........................

1361 4

TYRONE...................... 36,606

3,453

3

3 KY........................

1361 5

TYRONE...................... 1,019,264 82,685

82

67 MA........................

50002 CC__(*)

ALTRESCO (PITTSFIELD) (*)... 1,121,457 131,936

114

130 MA........................

50002 CS__(*)

ALTRESCO (PITTSFIELD) (*)... 587,755 69,148

60

68 MA........................

1619 1

BRAYTON POINT............... 7,692,885 785,068

783

773 MA........................

1619 2

BRAYTON POINT............... 7,497,386 790,530

763

778 MA........................

1619 3

BRAYTON POINT............... 18,238,259 2,030,082

1,857

1,999 MA........................

1619 4

BRAYTON POINT............... 5,455,025 511,969

555

504 MA........................

1599 1

CANAL....................... 11,606,453 1,290,897

1,182

1,271 MA........................

1599 2

CANAL....................... 10,108,445 1,024,989

1,029

1,009 MA........................

1682 8

CLEARY FLOOD................ 80,600

6,037

8

6 MA........................

1682 9

CLEARY FLOOD................ 902,365 102,170

92

101 MA........................

52026 CA__(*)

DARTMOUTH POWER ASSOC (*)... 741,248 66,779

75

66 MA........................

10029 1

GE COMPANY AIRCRAFT ENGIN... 61,457

4,656

6

5 MA........................

54586 CC__gia

L'ENERGIA................... 876,770 78,988

89

78 MA........................

10802 1

LOWELL COGENERATION PLANT... 155,520 10,914

16

11 MA........................

10726 CC__to)

MASS POWER (MONSANTO)....... 1,586,869 186,690

162

184 MA........................

10726 CW__to)

MASS POWER (MONSANTO)....... 549,347 64,629

56

64 MA........................

n89 CC__r 1

MASS POWER 1................ 304,660 27,447

31

27 MA........................

n90 CC__r 2

MASS POWER 2................ 304,660 27,447

31

27 MA........................

1606 1

MOUNT TOM................... 4,711,387 490,616

480

483 MA........................

1588 4

MYSTIC...................... 1,376,669 139,452

140

137 MA........................

1588 5

MYSTIC...................... 648,038 60,132

66

59 MA........................

1588 6

MYSTIC...................... 2,194,462 222,539

223

219 MA........................

1588 7

MYSTIC...................... 11,802,193 1,229,779

1,202

1,211 MA........................

1589 1

NEW BOSTON.................. 8,789,339 902,674

895

889 MA........................

1589 2

NEW BOSTON.................. 9,365,437 952,643

954

938 MA........................

n91 CC__& 2

NORTHEAST ENERGY ASSO 1 &... 3,296,081 387,774

336

382 MA........................

10522 CC__(*)

PEPPERELL (*)............... 376,614 33,929

38

33 MA........................

1660 --CC2

POTTER STATION 2............ 548,078 49,376

56

49 MA........................

1626 1

SALEM HARBOR................ 2,754,313 264,711

280

261 MA........................

1626 2

SALEM HARBOR................ 3,089,594 291,471

315

287 MA........................

1626 3

SALEM HARBOR................ 5,059,490 490,641

515

483 MA........................

1626 4

SALEM HARBOR................ 6,294,731 594,123

641

585 MA........................

1613 8

SOMERSET.................... 3,209,854 294,293

327

290 MA........................

6081 --1

STONY BROOK................. 90,418

6,850

9

7 MA........................

6081 --2

STONY BROOK................. 90,418

6,850

9

7 MA........................

6081 --CT1

STONY BROOK................. 614,254 55,338

63

54 MA........................

6081 --CT2

STONY BROOK................. 614,254 55,338

63

54 MA........................

6081 --CT3

STONY BROOK................. 614,254 55,338

63

54 MA........................

6081 --CW1

STONY BROOK................. 944,989 111,175

96

109 MA........................

1678 --2

WATERS RIVER................ 42,566

3,733

4

4 MA........................

1642 3

WEST SPRINGFIELD............ 2,006,248 196,210

204

193 MD........................

10483 ST NUG

BETHLEHEM STEEL NUG........ 3,625,254 342,005

342

313 MD........................

602 1

BRANDON SHORES.............. 21,502,167 2,151,938

2,029

1,971 MD........................

602 2

BRANDON SHORES.............. 21,147,845 2,102,171

1,995

1,925 MD........................

1552 1

C P CRANE................... 5,355,147 524,244

505

480 MD........................

1552 2

C P CRANE................... 5,060,998 496,371

477

455 MD........................

1571 1

CHALK POINT................. 9,223,252 993,029

870

909 MD........................

1571 2

CHALK POINT................. 9,516,601 1,033,739

898

947 MD........................

1571 3

CHALK POINT................. 3,368,279 316,836

318

290 MD........................

1571 4

CHALK POINT................. 4,729,925 448,632

446

411

[[Page 56366]]

MD........................

1571 --GT2

CHALK POINT................. 12,553

881

1

1 MD........................

1571 --GT3

CHALK POINT................. 95,860

8,206

9

8 MD........................

1571 --GT4

CHALK POINT................. 98,058

8,394

9

8 MD........................

1571 --GT5

CHALK POINT................. 167,177 15,561

16

14 MD........................

1571 --SGT1

CHALK POINT................. 293,306 22,220

28

20 MD........................

1572 1

DICKERSON................... 5,087,240 538,048

480

493 MD........................

1572 2

DICKERSON................... 5,102,377 540,392

481

495 MD........................

1572 3

DICKERSON................... 5,232,608 564,772

494

517 MD........................

1572 --GT2

DICKERSON................... 134,534 12,841

13

12 MD........................

1572 --GT3

DICKERSON................... 338,557 32,314

32

30 MD........................

1580 1

EASTON...................... 66,212

7,790

6

7 MD........................

1553 3

GOULD STREET................ 584,029 51,766

55

47 MD........................

1554 1

HERBERT A WAGNER............ 782,492 68,382

74

63 MD........................

1554 2

HERBERT A WAGNER............ 4,261,160 425,350

402

390 MD........................

1554 3

HERBERT A WAGNER............ 7,769,439 849,583

733

778 MD........................

1554 4

HERBERT A WAGNER............ 1,818,482 165,512

172

152 MD........................

1573 1

MORGANTOWN.................. 14,211,706 1,571,049

1,341

1,439 MD........................

1573 2

MORGANTOWN.................. 15,148,826 1,673,164

1,429

1,532 MD........................

1573 --GT3

MORGANTOWN.................. 106,208

7,453

10

7 MD........................

1573 --GT4

MORGANTOWN.................. 107,406

7,537

10

7 MD........................

1573 --GT5

MORGANTOWN.................. 108,314

7,601

10

7 MD........................

1573 --GT6

MORGANTOWN.................. 96,013

6,738

9

6 MD........................

1556 --GT1

PERRYMAN.................... 51,532

3,616

5

3 MD........................

1556 --GT2

PERRYMAN.................... 58,312

4,092

6

4 MD........................

1556 --GT3

PERRYMAN.................... 36,459

2,558

3

2 MD........................

1556 --GT4

PERRYMAN.................... 56,510

3,966

5

4 MD........................

1570 11

R P SMITH................... 1,374,337 138,836

130

127 MD........................

1570 9

R P SMITH................... 87,168

8,381

8

8 MD........................

1559 4

RIVERSIDE................... 302,110 26,943

29

25 MD........................

1559 --GT6

RIVERSIDE................... 74,446

5,224

7

5 MD........................

1564 8

VIENNA...................... 1,495,451 137,601

141

126 MD........................

1560 --GT5

WESTPORT.................... 214,627 15,062

20

14 MI........................

7268 --7

491 E. 48TH STREET..........

7,914

660

1

0 MI........................

7268 --8

491 E. 48TH STREET.......... 13,441

1,120

1

1 MI........................

10819 CA__Ltd

ADA COGEN LTD............... 318,649 28,707

24

21 MI........................

1695 4

B C COBB.................... 4,719,074 480,313

349

344 MI........................

1695 5

B C COBB.................... 4,419,640 448,694

327

321 MI........................

6034 1

BELLE RIVER................. 21,840,775 2,211,948

1,615

1,584 MI........................

6034 2

BELLE RIVER................. 23,002,097 2,343,566

1,701

1,678 MI........................

1702 1

DAN E KARN.................. 6,515,728 696,944

482

499 MI........................

1702 2

DAN E KARN.................. 7,211,347 773,584

533

554 MI........................

1702 3

DAN E KARN.................. 2,601,938 239,193

192

171 MI........................

1702 4

DAN E KARN.................. 2,725,268 227,732

202

163 MI........................

1831 1

ECKERT STATION.............. 495,985 47,691

37

34 MI........................

1831 2

ECKERT STATION.............. 335,803 30,561

25

22 MI........................

1831 3

ECKERT STATION.............. 587,998 53,866

43

39 MI........................

1831 4

ECKERT STATION.............. 988,838 92,718

73

66 MI........................

1831 5

ECKERT STATION.............. 1,121,036 103,027

83

74 MI........................

1831 6

ECKERT STATION.............. 1,340,375 124,732

99

89 MI........................

1832 1

ERICKSON.................... 5,079,491 526,863

376

377 MI........................

6035 1

GREENWOOD................... 1,565,824 164,685

116

118 MI........................

1731 1

HARBOR BEACH................ 768,833 74,818

57

54 MI........................

1825 3

J B SIMS.................... 1,749,713 158,863

129

114 MI........................

1720 7

J C WEADOCK................. 4,214,462 426,565

312

305 MI........................

1720 8

J C WEADOCK................. 4,265,849 432,028

315

309 MI........................

1710 1

J H CAMPBELL................ 6,547,409 700,108

484

501 MI........................

1710 2

J H CAMPBELL................ 8,517,252 903,879

630

647 MI........................

1710 3

J H CAMPBELL................ 21,544,630 2,314,387

1,593

1,657 MI........................

1723 1

J R WHITING................. 2,881,534 285,413

213

204 MI........................

1723 2

J R WHITING................. 2,627,628 262,947

194

188 MI........................

1723 3

J R WHITING................. 3,273,683 325,869

242

233 MI........................

1830 5

JAMES DE YOUNG.............. 915,620 73,250

68

52 MI........................

n100 CA__act

MCV CONTRACT................ 10,055,262 1,182,972

744

847 MI........................

10745 1

MIDLAND COGENERATION VENT... 5,869,080 444,627

434

318 MI........................

1822 5

MISTERSKY................... 460,030 43,399

34

31 MI........................

1822 6

MISTERSKY................... 1,473,716 127,429

109

91 MI........................

1822 7

MISTERSKY................... 1,315,382 111,237

97

80 MI........................

1733 1

MONROE...................... 23,198,275 2,547,022

1,716

1,824 MI........................

1733 2

MONROE...................... 21,371,974 2,310,733

1,581

1,654 MI........................

1733 3

MONROE...................... 17,719,325 1,928,949

1,310

1,381 MI........................

1733 4

MONROE...................... 17,764,880 1,924,481

1,314

1,378 MI........................

1769 2

PRESQUE ISLE................ 282,822 27,194

21

19 MI........................

1769 3

PRESQUE ISLE................ 1,283,250 120,504

95

86 MI........................

1769 4

PRESQUE ISLE................ 1,217,723 114,351

90

82 MI........................

1769 5

PRESQUE ISLE................ 2,646,645 250,392

196

179 MI........................

1769 6

PRESQUE ISLE................ 2,753,661 260,517

204

187

[[Page 56367]]

MI........................

1769 7

PRESQUE ISLE................ 2,993,352 260,314

221

186 MI........................

1769 8

PRESQUE ISLE................ 3,044,818 264,790

225

190 MI........................

1769 9

PRESQUE ISLE................ 2,837,888 246,794

210

177 MI........................

1740 1

RIVER ROUGE................. 1,200,116 130,235

89

93 MI........................

1740 2

RIVER ROUGE................. 8,017,458 871,747

593

624 MI........................

1740 3

RIVER ROUGE................. 8,515,077 937,268

630

671 MI........................

10272 1

ROUGE POWERHOUSE #1......... 3,189,437 300,890

236

215 MI........................

1843 3

SHIRAS...................... 1,360,969 113,084

101

81 MI........................

1743 1

ST CLAIR.................... 4,264,532 437,119

315

313 MI........................

1743 2

ST CLAIR.................... 4,042,244 401,375

299

287 MI........................

1743 3

ST CLAIR.................... 4,704,277 470,287

348

337 MI........................

1743 4

ST CLAIR.................... 4,400,916 453,796

325

325 MI........................

1743 5

ST CLAIR.................... 1,519,120 154,523

112

111 MI........................

1743 6

ST CLAIR.................... 8,503,976 886,200

629

634 MI........................

1743 7

ST CLAIR.................... 9,260,458 964,029

685

690 MI........................

50835 ST__ity

T.E.S. FILER CITY........... 1,306,965 123,299

97

88 MI........................

1745 16

TRENTON CHANNEL............. 1,431,549 130,545

106

93 MI........................

1745 17

TRENTON CHANNEL............. 1,420,802 136,616

105

98 MI........................

1745 18

TRENTON CHANNEL............. 1,322,166 120,570

9886 MI........................

1745 19

TRENTON CHANNEL............. 1,365,139 131,263

101

94 MI........................

1745 9A

TRENTON CHANNEL............. 12,981,225 1,372,948

960

983 MI........................

1866 7

WYANDOTTE................... 1,115,053 100,176

82

72 MO........................

2076 1

ASBURY...................... 6,415,029 567,702

465

426 MO........................

2132 3

BLUE VALLEY................. 430,039 41,350

31

31 MO........................

2169 2

CHAMOIS..................... 1,523,956 139,263

110

104 MO........................

2122 --GT1

CHILLICOTHE................. 71,595

5,024

5

4 MO........................

2122 --GT2

CHILLICOTHE................. 71,595

5,024

5

4 MO........................

2123 7

COLUMBIA.................... 394,045 39,229

29

29 MO........................

6223 --1

EMPIRE ENERGY CENTER........ 179,036 13,563

13

10 MO........................

6223 --2

EMPIRE ENERGY CENTER........ 179,036 13,563

13

10 MO........................

6074 --4

GREENWOOD ENERGY CTR........ 111,179

8,423

8

6 MO........................

2079 5

HAWTHORN.................... 10,761,377 1,042,971

779

782 MO........................

6065 1

IATAN....................... 22,356,034 2,298,585

1,619

1,723 MO........................

2161 **GT2

JAMES RIVER................. 289,660 21,944

21

16 MO........................

2161 3

JAMES RIVER................. 1,188,818 114,309

86

86 MO........................

2161 4

JAMES RIVER................. 1,709,250 164,351

124

123 MO........................

2161 5

JAMES RIVER................. 2,951,438 283,792

214

213 MO........................

2161 --GT1

JAMES RIVER................. 1,393,758 125,564

101

94 MO........................

2103 1

LABADIE..................... 14,988,473 1,455,474

1,085

1,091 MO........................

2103 2

LABADIE..................... 15,775,674 1,531,916

1,142

1,148 MO........................

2103 3

LABADIE..................... 18,159,252 1,763,377

1,315

1,322 MO........................

2103 4

LABADIE..................... 16,185,316 1,571,695

1,172

1,178 MO........................

2098 5

LAKE ROAD................... 1,557,840 141,409

113

106 MO........................

2098 --5

LAKE ROAD................... 1,335,767 126,016

97

94 MO........................

2098 6

LAKE ROAD................... 1,996,600 179,228

145

134 MO........................

2104 1

MERAMEC..................... 1,667,729 131,909

121

99 MO........................

2104 2

MERAMEC..................... 1,737,211 137,405

126

103 MO........................

2104 3

MERAMEC..................... 2,079,846 164,506

151

123 MO........................

2104 4

MERAMEC..................... 3,782,385 299,168

274

224 MO........................

6650 --1

MEXICO...................... 112,520

8,524

8

6 MO........................

6651 --1

MOBERLY..................... 112,520

8,524

8

6 MO........................

2080 1

MONTROSE.................... 4,826,186 421,317

349

316 MO........................

2080 2

MONTROSE.................... 4,658,606 424,939

337

319 MO........................

2080 3

MONTROSE.................... 4,940,056 462,076

358

346 MO........................

6652 --1

MOREAU...................... 112,520

8,524

8

6 MO........................

2167 1

NEW MADRID.................. 17,470,625 1,738,371

1,265

1,303 MO........................

2167 2

NEW MADRID.................. 18,334,306 1,824,309

1,328

1,368 MO........................

2092 --GT1

RALPH GREEN................. 129,485

9,809

9

7 MO........................

6155 1

RUSH ISLAND................. 17,761,120 1,742,653

1,286

1,306 MO........................

6155 2

RUSH ISLAND................. 17,280,487 1,695,495

1,251

1,271 MO........................

2094 1

SIBLEY...................... 1,456,245 125,538

105

94 MO........................

2094 2

SIBLEY...................... 1,473,607 139,020

107

104 MO........................

2094 3

SIBLEY...................... 10,522,347 1,084,778

762

813 MO........................

6768 1

SIKESTON.................... 9,450,790 895,810

684

672 MO........................

2107 1

SIOUX....................... 10,860,579 1,004,493

786

753 MO........................

2107 2

SIOUX....................... 10,688,852 988,610

774

741 MO........................

6195 1

SOUTHWEST................... 6,345,132 610,109

459

457 MO........................

6195 --2

SOUTHWEST................... 87,505

6,629

6

5 MO........................

6195 --GT1

SOUTHWEST................... 87,505

6,629

6

5 MO........................

7296 --1

STATELINE................... 200,888 15,219

15

11 MO........................

2168 MB1

THOMAS HILL................. 6,124,730 603,422

443

452 MO........................

2168 MB2

THOMAS HILL................. 8,842,764 879,877

640

660 MO........................

2168 MB3

THOMAS HILL................. 22,827,071 2,271,350

1,653

1,703 MO........................

50969 1

UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI--CO..

411

39

0

0 NC........................

2706 1

ASHEVILLE................... 6,457,822 681,420

524

528 NC........................

2706 2

ASHEVILLE................... 6,300,506 661,818

511

513

[[Page 56368]]

NC........................

8042 1

BELEWS CREEK................ 27,520,035 3,056,084

2,233

2,367 NC........................

8042 2

BELEWS CREEK................ 34,358,912 3,802,447

2,788

2,945 NC........................

2720 5

BUCK........................ 673,727 64,781

55

50 NC........................

2720 6

BUCK........................ 579,519 55,723

47

43 NC........................

2720 7

BUCK........................ 703,911 67,684

57

52 NC........................

2720 8

BUCK........................ 3,428,909 328,786

278

255 NC........................

2720 9

BUCK........................ 3,583,849 343,544

291

266 NC........................

1016 --1

BUTLER WARNER GEN PL........ 524,574 47,259

43

37 NC........................

1016 --2

BUTLER WARNER GEN PL........ 526,516 47,434

43

37 NC........................

1016 --3

BUTLER WARNER GEN PL........ 522,524 47,074

42

36 NC........................

1016 --6

BUTLER WARNER GEN PL........ 556,187 50,107

45

39 NC........................

1016 --7

BUTLER WARNER GEN PL........ 528,459 47,609

43

37 NC........................

1016 --8

BUTLER WARNER GEN PL........ 528,459 47,609

43

37 NC........................

1016 --9

BUTLER WARNER GEN PL........ 1,351,896 121,792

110

94 NC........................

2708 5

CAPE FEAR................... 3,248,898 338,568

264

262 NC........................

2708 6

CAPE FEAR................... 4,656,544 503,791

378

390 NC........................

2721 1

CLIFFSIDE................... 537,878 51,719

44

40 NC........................

2721 2

CLIFFSIDE................... 688,755 66,226

56

51 NC........................

2721 3

CLIFFSIDE................... 773,399 59,233

63

46 NC........................

2721 4

CLIFFSIDE................... 929,143 70,071

75

54 NC........................

2721 5

CLIFFSIDE................... 12,329,411 1,241,883

1,000

962 NC........................

10380 ST__OWN

COGENTRIX ELIZABETHTOWN..... 901,695 85,066

73

66 NC........................

10381 ST__LLE

COGENTRIX KENANSVILLE....... 901,695 85,066

73

66 NC........................

10382 ST__TON

COGENTRIX LUMBERTON......... 901,695 85,066

73

66 NC........................

10379 ST__ORO

COGENTRIX ROXBORO........... 1,388,705 131,010

113

101 NC........................

10378 ST__ORT

COGENTRIX SOUTHPORT......... 2,748,984 259,338

223

201 NC........................

10525 ST__RGY

CRAVEN COUNTY WOOD ENERGY... 3,035,837 286,400

246

222 NC........................

2723 1

DAN RIVER................... 1,279,030 96,874

104

75 NC........................

2723 2

DAN RIVER................... 1,276,869 106,441

104

82 NC........................

2723 3

DAN RIVER................... 2,946,742 274,601

239

213 NC........................

2718 1

G G ALLEN................... 3,428,222 329,099

278

255 NC........................

2718 2

G G ALLEN................... 4,045,742 380,060

328

294 NC........................

2718 3

G G ALLEN................... 6,731,538 674,909

546

523 NC........................

2718 4

G G ALLEN................... 6,178,650 628,614

501

487 NC........................

2718 5

G G ALLEN................... 5,611,834 579,555

455

449 NC........................

2713 1

L V SUTTON.................. 1,890,914 167,604

153

130 NC........................

2713 2

L V SUTTON.................. 2,204,273 212,953

179

165 NC........................

2713 3

L V SUTTON.................. 8,616,341 897,255

699

695 NC........................

2709 1

LEE......................... 1,613,150 151,555

131

117 NC........................

2709 2

LEE......................... 1,528,041 141,958

124

110 NC........................

2709 3

LEE......................... 4,977,693 527,354

404

408 NC........................

7277 1

LINCOLN..................... 194,033 15,796

16

12 NC........................

7277 10

LINCOLN..................... 136,184 10,813

11

8 NC........................

7277 11

LINCOLN..................... 152,253 12,525

12

10 NC........................

7277 12

LINCOLN..................... 125,731 10,186

10

8 NC........................

7277 13

LINCOLN..................... 109,354

8,284

9

6 NC........................

7277 14

LINCOLN..................... 105,132

7,965

9

6 NC........................

7277 15

LINCOLN..................... 104,102

7,887

8

6 NC........................

7277 16

LINCOLN..................... 95,106

7,205

8

6 NC........................

7277 2

LINCOLN..................... 171,449 13,856

14

11 NC........................

7277 3

LINCOLN..................... 162,933 13,209

13

10 NC........................

7277 4

LINCOLN..................... 158,799 12,859

13

10 NC........................

7277 5

LINCOLN..................... 146,360 11,812

12

9 NC........................

7277 6

LINCOLN..................... 152,529 12,241

12

9 NC........................

7277 7

LINCOLN..................... 164,582 13,136

13

10 NC........................

7277 8

LINCOLN..................... 148,870 11,828

12

9 NC........................

7277 9

LINCOLN..................... 129,158 10,353

10

8 NC........................

2727 1

MARSHALL.................... 11,833,890 1,281,695

960

993 NC........................

2727 2

MARSHALL.................... 12,362,967 1,334,373

1,003

1,033 NC........................

2727 3

MARSHALL.................... 20,893,735 2,350,516

1,695

1,821 NC........................

2727 4

MARSHALL.................... 20,093,891 2,224,006

1,630

1,723 NC........................

6250 1A

MAYO........................ 16,130,087 1,687,954

1,309

1,307 NC........................

6250 1B

MAYO........................ 9,275,573 970,654

753

752 NC........................

50555 CT__ary

PANDA--ROSEMARY............. 1,775,698 208,906

144

162 NC........................

50555 CW__ary

PANDA--ROSEMARY............. 875,010 102,942

71

80 NC........................

2732 10

RIVERBEND................... 2,853,031 279,134

232

216 NC........................

2732 7

RIVERBEND................... 2,152,165 193,836

175

150 NC........................

2732 8

RIVERBEND................... 2,040,229 182,228

166

141 NC........................

2732 9

RIVERBEND................... 2,739,141 264,243

222

205 NC........................

2712 1

ROXBORO..................... 9,164,977 989,311

744

766 NC........................

2712 2

ROXBORO..................... 18,766,344 2,004,737

1,523

1,553 NC........................

2712 3A

ROXBORO..................... 10,378,439 1,094,195

842

847 NC........................

2712 3B

ROXBORO..................... 10,143,786 1,069,456

823

828 NC........................

2712 4A

ROXBORO..................... 9,067,144 957,460

736

742 NC........................

2712 4B

ROXBORO..................... 9,124,169 963,481

740

746 NC........................

50509 CW__INC

TEXASGULF INC............... 674,329 60,750

55

47

[[Page 56369]]

NC........................

50221 ST__lle

TOBACCOVILLE................ 1,159,307 109,369

94

85 NC........................

54276 ST__ill

UNC--CHAPEL HILL............ 180,339 17,013

15

13 NC........................

2716 1

W H WEATHERSPOON............ 708,133 68,090

57

53 NC........................

2716 2

W H WEATHERSPOON............ 839,668 80,737

68

63 NC........................

2716 3

W H WEATHERSPOON............ 1,840,705 177,674

149

138 NJ........................

2378 1

B L ENGLAND................. 4,173,971 421,613

391

382 NJ........................

2378 2

B L ENGLAND................. 4,925,509 497,526

461

451 NJ........................

2378 3

B L ENGLAND................. 897,904 87,175

84

79 NJ........................

2397 1

BAYONNE..................... 70,640

4,957

7

4 NJ........................

2397 2

BAYONNE..................... 70,640

4,957

7

4 NJ........................

2399 105

BURLINGTON.................. 828,394 74,630

78

68 NJ........................

2399 7

BURLINGTON.................. 205,362 20,243

19

18 NJ........................

10566 ST__NUG

CCLP NUG................... 5,949,938 561,315

557

509 NJ........................

50006 CT__DEN

COGEN TECH--LINDEN.......... 6,506,951 765,524

609

694 NJ........................

50006 CW__DEN

COGEN TECH--LINDEN.......... 4,254,517 500,531

398

454 NJ........................

5083 --GT1

CUMBERLAND.................. 160,902 12,190

15

11 NJ........................

2384 1

DEEPWATER................... 494,926 46,691

46

42 NJ........................

2384 4

DEEPWATER...................

4,528

427

0

0 NJ........................

2384 6

DEEPWATER................... 487,149 45,957

46

42 NJ........................

2384 8

DEEPWATER................... 2,233,052 216,801

209

196 NJ........................

2400 1-4A

EDISON...................... 70,640

4,957

7

4 NJ........................

2400 1-4B

EDISON...................... 70,640

5,352

7

5 NJ........................

2400 2-1A

EDISON...................... 70,640

5,352

7

5 NJ........................

2400 2-1B

EDISON...................... 70,640

5,352

7

5 NJ........................

2400 2-2A

EDISON...................... 70,640

5,352

7

5 NJ........................

2400 2-2B

EDISON...................... 70,640

5,352

7

5 NJ........................

2400 2-3A

EDISON...................... 70,640

5,352

7

5 NJ........................

2400 2-3B

EDISON...................... 70,640

5,352

7

5 NJ........................

2400 2-4A

EDISON...................... 70,640

5,352

7

5 NJ........................

2400 2-4B

EDISON...................... 70,640

5,352

7

5 NJ........................

2400 3-1A

EDISON...................... 70,640

5,352

7

5 NJ........................

7138 --1

FORKED RIVER................ 65,107

4,569

6

4 NJ........................

7138 --2

FORKED RIVER................ 65,107

4,569

6

4 NJ........................

2393 03

GILBERT..................... 549,971 51,884

51

47 NJ........................

2393 04

GILBERT..................... 725,741 71,827

68

65 NJ........................

2393 05

GILBERT..................... 718,266 71,087

67

64 NJ........................

2393 06

GILBERT..................... 712,321 70,499

67

64 NJ........................

2393 07

GILBERT..................... 693,803 68,666

65

62 NJ........................

2393 --4

GILBERT..................... 624,436 56,256

58

51 NJ........................

2393 --5

GILBERT..................... 624,436 56,256

58

51 NJ........................

2393 --6

GILBERT..................... 649,956 58,555

61

53 NJ........................

2393 --7

GILBERT..................... 624,436 56,256

58

51 NJ........................

2393 CT

GILBERT..................... 149,451 11,322

14

10 NJ........................

2393 CT

GILBERT..................... 149,451 11,322

14

10 NJ........................

2403 1

HUDSON...................... 2,064,525 196,921

193

178 NJ........................

2403 2

HUDSON...................... 10,284,116 1,082,994

963

981 NJ........................

n111 ST__NUG

KCS NUG.................. 5,251,399 495,415

492

449 NJ........................

2404 7

KEARNY...................... 254,120 25,185

24

23 NJ........................

2404 8

KEARNY...................... 137,711 13,734

13

12 NJ........................

2406 11

LINDEN...................... 191,246 18,326

18

17 NJ........................

2406 12

LINDEN...................... 129,348 12,394

12

11 NJ........................

2406 13

LINDEN...................... 241,488 23,140

23

21 NJ........................

2406 2

LINDEN...................... 413,906 40,977

39

37 NJ........................

2408 1

MERCER...................... 4,742,300 501,406

444

454 NJ........................

2408 2

MERCER...................... 5,329,094 588,850

499

534 NJ........................

n114 CT__NUG

MOBIL NUG................ 472,302 42,550

44

39 NJ........................

7140 CC

NA 2--7140.................. 2,803,715 329,849

262

299 NJ........................

n115 GT__NUG

PCLP NUG................. 191,525 14,509

18

13 NJ........................

2390 07

SAYREVILLE.................. 475,112 40,990

44

37 NJ........................

2390 08

SAYREVILLE.................. 566,046 47,257

53

43 NJ........................

2411 1

SEWAREN..................... 356,963 32,179

33

29 NJ........................

2411 2

SEWAREN..................... 346,637 29,119

32

26 NJ........................

2411 3

SEWAREN..................... 663,913 61,857

62

56 NJ........................

2411 4

SEWAREN..................... 972,633 94,165

91

85 NJ........................

n116 GT__1

SMECO....................... 138,720 10,509

13

10 NJ........................

54807 GT__NUG

VINELAND VCLP NUG........ 76,754

5,815

7

5 NJ........................

2385 04

WERNER...................... 165,304 15,595

15

14 NJ........................ ........... 1

............................ 5,479,965 644,702

513

584 NY........................

2503 114

59TH STREET................. 753,380 60,415

57

45 NY........................

2503 115

59TH STREET................. 611,825 49,064

46

37 NY........................

2503 GT1

59TH STREET.................

9,250

649

1

0 NY........................

2504 120

74TH STREET................. 649,914 63,344

49

48 NY........................

2504 121

74TH STREET................. 1,092,255 106,458

82

80 NY........................

2504 122

74TH STREET................. 1,094,077 106,635

82

80 NY........................

2504 GT1

74TH STREET.................

50

4

0

0 NY........................

2504 GT2

74TH STREET.................

50

4

0

0

[[Page 56370]]

NY........................

2539 1

ALBANY...................... 873,788 84,018

66

63 NY........................

2539 2

ALBANY...................... 1,226,877 117,969

92

89 NY........................

2539 3

ALBANY...................... 1,440,506 138,510

109

104 NY........................

2539 4

ALBANY...................... 733,021 70,483

55

53 NY........................

n120 1

AMERICAN BRASS.............. 1,400,238 126,148

105

95 NY........................

n121 1

ANITEC...................... 752,975 52,840

57

40 NY........................

2490 20

ARTHUR KILL................. 7,458,261 803,952

562

604 NY........................

2490 30

ARTHUR KILL................. 5,212,390 582,325

393

438 NY........................

2490 GT1

ARTHUR KILL................. 12,450

874

1

1 NY........................

8906 40

ASTORIA..................... 8,441,166 887,050

636

667 NY........................

8906 50

ASTORIA..................... 8,377,051 830,809

631

624 NY........................

8906 GT1

ASTORIA..................... 29,250

2,053

2

2 NY........................

8906 GT10

ASTORIA..................... 20,800

1,460

2

1 NY........................

8906 GT11

ASTORIA..................... 20,800

1,460

2

1 NY........................

8906 GT12

ASTORIA..................... 20,750

1,456

2

1 NY........................

8906 GT13

ASTORIA..................... 20,750

1,456

2

1 NY........................

8906 GT2-1

ASTORIA..................... 138,200

9,698

10

7 NY........................

8906 GT2-2

ASTORIA..................... 138,200

9,698

10

7 NY........................

8906 GT2-3

ASTORIA..................... 138,200

9,698

10

7 NY........................

8906 GT2-4

ASTORIA..................... 138,150

9,695

10

7 NY........................

8906 GT3-1

ASTORIA..................... 138,150

9,695

10

7 NY........................

8906 GT3-2

ASTORIA..................... 138,150

9,695

10

7 NY........................

8906 GT3-3

ASTORIA..................... 138,150

9,695

10

7 NY........................

8906 GT3-4

ASTORIA..................... 138,150

9,695

10

7 NY........................

8906 GT4-1

ASTORIA..................... 138,150

9,695

10

7 NY........................

8906 GT4-2

ASTORIA..................... 138,150

9,695

10

7 NY........................

8906 GT4-3

ASTORIA..................... 138,150

9,695

10

7 NY........................

8906 GT4-4

ASTORIA..................... 138,150

9,695

10

7 NY........................

8906 GT5

ASTORIA..................... 20,850

1,463

2

1 NY........................

8906 GT7

ASTORIA..................... 20,850

1,463

2

1 NY........................

8906 GT8

ASTORIA..................... 20,850

1,463

2

1 NY........................

8906 GT9

ASTORIA..................... 20,850

1,463

2

1 NY........................

2625 1

BOWLINE POINT............... 11,471,865 1,188,179

864

893 NY........................

2625 2

BOWLINE POINT............... 5,071,722 502,101

382

377 NY........................

25496 3

C R HUNTLEY................. 1,720,724 165,454

130

124 NY........................

25496 4

C R HUNTLEY................. 1,980,448 190,428

149

143 NY........................

25496 5

C R HUNTLEY................. 2,127,327 204,551

160

154 NY........................

25496 6

C R HUNTLEY................. 2,109,123 202,800

159

152 NY........................

25496 7

C R HUNTLEY................. 6,327,954 608,457

477

457 NY........................

25496 8

C R HUNTLEY................. 6,424,113 617,703

484

464 NY........................

10190 1

CETI FORT ORANGE............ 1,359,587 122,485

102

92 NY........................

2491 001

CHARLES POLETTI............. 13,671,196 1,393,882

1,030

1,047 NY........................

2480 1

DANSKAMMER.................. 386,587 36,471

29

27 NY........................

2480 2

DANSKAMMER.................. 662,648 62,514

50

47 NY........................

2480 3

DANSKAMMER.................. 3,748,001 360,385

282

271 NY........................

2480 4

DANSKAMMER.................. 5,975,388 574,557

450

432 NY........................

2554 1

DUNKIRK..................... 3,158,348 303,687

238

228 NY........................

2554 2

DUNKIRK..................... 2,827,332 271,859

213

204 NY........................

2554 3

DUNKIRK..................... 4,429,898 425,952

334

320 NY........................

2554 4

DUNKIRK..................... 5,327,881 512,296

401

385 NY........................

2511 10

E F BARRETT................. 4,766,731 458,340

359

344 NY........................

2511 20

E F BARRETT................. 4,804,972 462,017

362

347 NY........................

2493 50

EAST RIVER.................. 2,946,262 277,949

222

209 NY........................

2493 60

EAST RIVER.................. 3,398,132 295,130

256

222 NY........................

2493 70

EAST RIVER.................. 1,571,481 157,970

118

119 NY........................

n130 1

ENRGY INIT-ONDGA............ 1,293,731 116,552

97

88 NY........................

2513 40

FAR ROCKAWAY................ 2,213,857 208,854

167

157 NY........................

10464 1

FORT DRUM................... 1,333,783 125,829

100

95 NY........................

n132 1

GAS ALTERNATIVES............ 1,160,279 104,530

87

79 NY........................

2514 40

GLENWOOD.................... 2,406,229 227,003

181

171 NY........................

2514 50

GLENWOOD.................... 1,862,067 175,667

140

132 NY........................

2526 13

GOUDEY...................... 2,958,418 304,615

223

229 NY........................ ........... GT1-1

GOWANUS..................... 35,825

2,514

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT1-2

GOWANUS..................... 35,825

2,514

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT1-3

GOWANUS..................... 35,825

2,514

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT1-4

GOWANUS..................... 35,825

2,514

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT1-5

GOWANUS..................... 35,825

2,514

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT1-6

GOWANUS..................... 35,825

2,514

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT1-7

GOWANUS..................... 35,825

2,514

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT1-8

GOWANUS..................... 35,825

2,514

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT2-1

GOWANUS..................... 35,875

2,518

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT2-2

GOWANUS..................... 35,875

2,518

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT2-3

GOWANUS..................... 35,825

2,514

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT2-4

GOWANUS..................... 35,875

2,518

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT2-5

GOWANUS..................... 35,875

2,518

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT2-6

GOWANUS..................... 35,875

2,518

3

2

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NY........................ ........... GT2-7

GOWANUS..................... 35,875

2,518

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT2-8

GOWANUS..................... 35,875

2,518

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT3-1

GOWANUS..................... 35,825

2,514

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT3-2

GOWANUS..................... 35,825

2,514

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT3-3

GOWANUS..................... 35,825

2,514

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT3-4

GOWANUS..................... 35,825

2,514

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT3-5

GOWANUS..................... 35,825

2,514

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT3-6

GOWANUS..................... 35,825

2,514

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT3-7

GOWANUS..................... 35,825

2,514

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT3-8

GOWANUS..................... 35,825

2,514

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT4-1

GOWANUS..................... 35,825

2,514

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT4-2

GOWANUS..................... 35,825

2,514

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT4-3

GOWANUS..................... 35,825

2,514

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT4-4

GOWANUS..................... 35,825

2,514

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT4-5

GOWANUS..................... 35,825

2,514

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT4-6

GOWANUS..................... 35,825

2,514

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT4-7

GOWANUS..................... 35,825

2,514

3

2 NY........................ ........... GT4-8

GOWANUS..................... 35,825

2,514

3

2 NY........................

2527 4

GREENIDGE................... 97,546

9,379

7

7 NY........................

2527 5

GREENIDGE................... 91,780

8,825

7

7 NY........................

2527 6

GREENIDGE................... 2,929,270 305,450

221

230 NY........................

2529 3

HICKLING.................... 41,894 71,336

56

54 NY........................

2529 4

HICKLING.................... 706,180 67,902

53

51 NY........................

2496 100

HUDSON AVENUE............... 2,443,411 230,511

184

173 NY........................

2496 71

HUDSON AVENUE............... 375,025 26,318

28

20 NY........................

2496 72

HUDSON AVENUE............... 375,025 26,318

28

20 NY........................

2496 81

HUDSON AVENUE............... 375,025 26,318

28

20 NY........................

2496 82

HUDSON AVENUE............... 375,025 26,318

28

20 NY........................

2496 GT1

HUDSON AVENUE............... 12,700

891

1

1 NY........................

2496 GT2

HUDSON AVENUE............... 12,800

898

1

1 NY........................

2496 GT3

HUDSON AVENUE............... 12,700

891

1

1 NY........................

54076 1

INDECK--OLEAN............... 885,587 79,783

67

60 NY........................

50450 1

INDECK--OSWEGO.............. 1,122,189 101,098

85

76 NY........................

50451 6

INDECK/YERKES............... 749,551 67,527

56

51 NY........................

50459 1

INDECK-ILION................ 546,152 49,203

41

37 NY........................

50449 CT__SPR

INDECK-SILVER SPR........... 1,096,720 98,804

83

74 NY........................

50449 CW__SPR

INDECK-SILVER SPR........... 200,548 18,067

15

14 NY........................ ........... GT1

INDIAN POINT................ 21,100

1,481

2

1 NY........................ ........... GT2

INDIAN POINT................ 21,100

1,481

2

1 NY........................ ........... GT3

INDIAN POINT................ 27,150

1,905

2

1 NY........................

2531 1

JENNISON.................... 243,674 23,430

18

18 NY........................

2531 2

JENNISON.................... 250,674 24,103

19

18 NY........................

2531 3

JENNISON.................... 346,396 33,307

26

25 NY........................

2531 4

JENNISON.................... 363,717 34,973

27

26 NY........................

n14 3CC__IRK

JMC-SELKIRK................. 1,224,755 110,338

92

83 NY........................

10620 1

KAMINE-CARTHAGE............. 928,270 83,628

70

63 NY........................

n145 1

KAMINE-GOUVNR............... 307,042 27,661

23

21 NY........................

10618 1

KAMINE-S GLENS FL........... 920,156 82,897

69

62 NY........................

6082 1

KINTIGH..................... 19,171,661 2,086,598

1,444

1,568 NY........................

n147 1

L.C.P. CHEMICAL............. 554,080 49,917

42

38 NY........................

54041 CT__PR

LOCKPORT COGEN PR........... 1,595,458 187,701

120

141 NY........................

54041 CW__PR

LOCKPORT COGEN PR........... 1,228,525 144,532

93

109 NY........................

2629 3

LOVETT...................... 1,042,213 108,169

79

81 NY........................

2629 4

LOVETT...................... 5,081,891 521,808

383

392 NY........................

2629 5

LOVETT...................... 5,821,325 536,725

439

403 NY........................

54592 1

MASSENA ENRG FAC............ 1,820,093 214,129

137

161 NY........................

2535 1

MILLIKEN.................... 4,379,423 458,290

330

344 NY........................

2535 2

MILLIKEN.................... 4,980,801 526,734

375

396 NY........................

n155 1

MRA CANTON.................. 965,559 86,987

73

65 NY........................ ........... GT1-1

NARROWS..................... 104,875

7,360

8

6 NY........................ ........... GT1-2

NARROWS..................... 104,875

7,360

8

6 NY........................ ........... GT1-3

NARROWS..................... 104,875

7,360

8

6 NY........................ ........... GT1-4

NARROWS..................... 104,925

7,363

8

6 NY........................ ........... GT1-5

NARROWS..................... 104,925

7,363

8

6 NY........................ ........... GT1-6

NARROWS..................... 104,925

7,363

8

6 NY........................ ........... GT1-7

NARROWS..................... 104,925

7,363

8

6 NY........................ ........... GT1-8

NARROWS..................... 104,925

7,363

8

6 NY........................ ........... GT2-1

NARROWS..................... 104,925

7,363

8

6 NY........................ ........... GT2-2

NARROWS..................... 104,925

7,363

8

6 NY........................ ........... GT2-3

NARROWS..................... 104,925

7,363

8

6 NY........................ ........... GT2-4

NARROWS..................... 104,925

7,363

8

6 NY........................ ........... GT2-5

NARROWS..................... 104,925

7,363

8

6 NY........................ ........... GT2-6

NARROWS..................... 104,925

7,363

8

6 NY........................ ........... GT2-7

NARROWS..................... 104,925

7,363

8

6 NY........................ ........... GT2-8

NARROWS..................... 104,925

7,363

8

6 NY........................

n156 1

NESTLES..................... 1,061,226 95,606

80

72

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NY........................

2516 1

NORTHPORT................... 4,203,823 396,587

317

298 NY........................

2516 2

NORTHPORT................... 8,438,205 796,057

636

598 NY........................

2516 3

NORTHPORT................... 4,214,290 397,575

317

299 NY........................

2516 4

NORTHPORT................... 9,740,685 918,933

734

691 NY........................

2594 3

OSWEGO...................... 14,034,179 1,403,418

1,057

1,055 NY........................

2594 6

OSWEGO...................... 2,119,991 211,999

160

159 NY........................

54131 1

OXBOW/OCCIDENTAL............ 975,327 87,867

73

66 NY........................

2517 3

PORT JEFFERSON.............. 3,801,379 365,517

286

275 NY........................

2517 4

PORT JEFFERSON.............. 3,522,971 338,747

265

255 NY........................

2500 10

RAVENSWOOD.................. 4,996,240 507,696

376

382 NY........................

2500 20

RAVENSWOOD.................. 6,076,960 642,521

458

483 NY........................

2500 30

RAVENSWOOD.................. 18,214,290 1,965,076

1,372

1,477 NY........................

2500 A1

RAVENSWOOD.................. 184,113 12,920

14

10 NY........................

2500 A2

RAVENSWOOD.................. 184,113 12,920

14

10 NY........................

2500 A3

RAVENSWOOD.................. 184,113 12,920

14

10 NY........................

2500 A4

RAVENSWOOD.................. 184,113 12,920

14

10 NY........................

2500 GT1

RAVENSWOOD..................

50

4

0

0 NY........................

2500 GT10

RAVENSWOOD.................. 24,450

1,716

2

1 NY........................

2500 GT11

RAVENSWOOD.................. 24,450

1,716

2

1 NY........................

2500 GT2-1

RAVENSWOOD.................. 49,450

3,470

4

3 NY........................

2500 GT2-2

RAVENSWOOD.................. 49,450

3,470

4

3 NY........................

2500 GT2-3

RAVENSWOOD.................. 49,450

3,470

4

3 NY........................

2500 GT2-4

RAVENSWOOD.................. 49,450

3,470

4

3 NY........................

2500 GT3-1

RAVENSWOOD.................. 49,425

3,468

4

3 NY........................

2500 GT3-2

RAVENSWOOD.................. 49,425

3,468

4

3 NY........................

2500 GT3-3

RAVENSWOOD.................. 49,425

3,468

4

3 NY........................

2500 GT3-4

RAVENSWOOD.................. 49,425

3,468

4

3 NY........................

2500 GT4

RAVENSWOOD.................. 10,400

730

1

1 NY........................

2500 GT5

RAVENSWOOD.................. 10,400

730

1

1 NY........................

2500 GT6

RAVENSWOOD.................. 12,650

888

1

1 NY........................

2500 GT7

RAVENSWOOD.................. 12,650

888

1

1 NY........................

2500 GT8

RAVENSWOOD.................. 24,500

1,719

2

1 NY........................

2500 GT9

RAVENSWOOD.................. 24,450

1,716

2

1 NY........................

n163 CC__PRO

RENNSLR COGEN PRO........... 768,893 69,270

58

52 NY........................

7314 NA1

RICHARD M FLYNN............. 3,984,856 468,807

300

352 NY........................

7314 NA2

RICHARD M FLYNN............. 416,190 37,495

31

28 NY........................

2640 12

ROCHESTER 3................. 1,829,750 194,571

138

146 NY........................

2642 1

ROCHESTER 7................. 1,068,791 102,768

81

77 NY........................

2642 2

ROCHESTER 7................. 1,565,479 150,166

118

113 NY........................

2642 3

ROCHESTER 7................. 1,706,369 165,186

129

124 NY........................

2642 4

ROCHESTER 7................. 2,105,925 224,728

159

169 NY........................

8006 2

ROSETON..................... 8,971,513 897,151

676

674 NY........................

50651 1

SALT CITY ENERGY............ 2,992,250 282,288

225

212 NY........................

54574 1

SARANAC ENERGY CO........... 2,702,186 317,904

204

239 NY........................

54574 2

SARANAC ENERGY CO........... 2,200,892 258,928

166

195 NY........................

10725 2

SELKIRK..................... 2,527,299 297,329

190

223 NY........................

10725 3

SELKIRK..................... 2,350,443 276,523

177

208 NY........................

54593 1

SENECA PWR (OATKA).......... 1,238,728 111,597

93

84 NY........................

n170 1

SITHE GT 1.................. 4,163,470 489,820

314

368 NY........................

n171 2

SITHE GT 2.................. 4,163,470 489,820

314

368 NY........................

n172 1

SITHE STM 1................. 4,351,465 511,937

328

385 NY........................

n173 2

SITHE STM 2................. 4,351,465 511,937

328

385 NY........................

50744 1

STERLING POWR LTD........... 876,658 66,413

66

50 NY........................

50292 1A

TBG-GRUMMAN................. 638,783 57,548

48

43 NY........................

52056 4

TRIGEN-NDEC................. 1,038,844 98,004

78

74 NY........................

50202 1

UDG/NIAGARA................. 1,432,269 135,120

108

102 NY........................

n182 CT__V.)

US GEN (OLD RIV.)........... 1,572,572 141,673

118

106 NY........................

7146 1

WADING RIVER................ 148,605 11,258

11

8 NY........................

7146 2

WADING RIVER................ 148,605 11,258

11

8 NY........................

7146 3

WADING RIVER................ 148,605 11,258

11

8 NY........................

2502 51

WATERSIDE................... 47,565

4,487

4

3 NY........................

2502 52

WATERSIDE................... 48,589

4,584

4

3 NY........................

2502 61

WATERSIDE................... 1,173,263 110,685

88

83 NY........................

2502 62

WATERSIDE................... 1,248,953 117,826

94

89 NY........................

2502 80

WATERSIDE................... 3,482,508 328,538

262

247 NY........................

2502 90

WATERSIDE................... 3,482,508 328,538

262

247 NY........................

2502 GT1

WATERSIDE...................

0

0

0

0 NY........................

50405 CT__SSE

YORK WARBASSE............... 213,063 19,195

16

14 NY........................

50405 CW__SSE

YORK-WARBASSE............... 37,622

3,389

3

3 OH........................

2835 10

ASHTABULA................... 1,098,131 85,718

79

59 OH........................

2835 11

ASHTABULA................... 1,176,319 91,821

85

64 OH........................

2835 7

ASHTABULA................... 4,550,476 470,236

329

325 OH........................

2835 8

ASHTABULA................... 1,018,961 79,538

74

55 OH........................

2835 9

ASHTABULA................... 960,698 74,990

70

52 OH........................

2836 10

AVON LAKE................... 2,038,597 177,563

148

123 OH........................

2836 12

AVON LAKE................... 15,236,399 1,676,540

1,103

1,160

[[Page 56373]]

OH........................

2836 9

AVON LAKE................... 594,325 50,508

43

35 OH........................

2878 1

BAY SHORE................... 3,043,524 328,887

220

228 OH........................

2878 2

BAY SHORE................... 3,293,657 348,240

238

241 OH........................

2878 3

BAY SHORE................... 3,102,716 335,465

225

232 OH........................

2878 4

BAY SHORE................... 4,399,348 483,339

318

334 OH........................

2828 1

CARDINAL.................... 14,226,732 1,607,540

1,030

1,112 OH........................

2828 2

CARDINAL.................... 15,856,794 1,785,072

1,147

1,235 OH........................

2828 3

CARDINAL.................... 15,180,469 1,564,191

1,099

1,082 OH........................

2840 1

CONESVILLE.................. 2,771,211 263,473

201

182 OH........................

2840 2

CONESVILLE.................. 2,969,788 290,671

215

201 OH........................

2840 3

CONESVILLE.................. 2,549,626 247,081

185

171 OH........................

2840 4

CONESVILLE.................. 14,758,742 1,565,250

1,068

1,083 OH........................

2840 5

CONESVILLE.................. 8,165,942 810,676

591

561 OH........................

2840 6

CONESVILLE.................. 10,207,769 987,307

739

683 OH........................

1

DICKS CREEK................. 103,267

7,247

7

5 OH........................

2837 1

EASTLAKE.................... 2,765,418 276,791

200

191 OH........................

2837 2

EASTLAKE.................... 3,040,161 314,651

220

218 OH........................

2837 3

EASTLAKE.................... 3,168,531 333,109

229

230 OH........................

2837 4

EASTLAKE.................... 5,169,221 547,355

374

379 OH........................

2837 5

EASTLAKE.................... 12,045,077 1,346,119

872

931 OH........................

2857 13

EDGEWATER................... 489,049 46,589

35

32 OH........................

2847 GT3

FRANK M TAIT................ 161,909 12,266

12

8 OH........................

8102 1

GEN J M GAVIN............... 40,188,042 4,171,047

2,908

2,885 OH........................

8102 2

GEN J M GAVIN............... 41,834,670 4,421,802

3,027

3,059 OH........................

2917 9

HAMILTON.................... 1,207,309 97,797

87

68 OH........................

2850 1

J M STUART.................. 14,907,495 1,589,116

1,079

1,099 OH........................

2850 2

J M STUART.................. 17,977,541 1,962,185

1,301

1,357 OH........................

2850 3

J M STUART.................. 15,142,093 1,616,018

1,096

1,118 OH........................

2850 4

J M STUART.................. 15,822,987 1,703,411

1,145

1,178 OH........................

6031 2

KILLEN STATION.............. 23,914,733 2,561,287

1,731

1,772 OH........................

2876 1

KYGER CREEK................. 6,892,031 755,374

499

523 OH........................

2876 2

KYGER CREEK................. 6,891,443 745,101

499

515 OH........................

2876 3

KYGER CREEK................. 7,001,472 750,104

507

519 OH........................

2876 4

KYGER CREEK................. 6,391,704 681,782

463

472 OH........................

2876 5

KYGER CREEK................. 6,661,287 717,811

482

497 OH........................

2838 18

LAKE SHORE.................. 2,044,475 216,989

148

150 OH........................

10244 1

MEAD-FINE PAPER DIVISION.... 3,264,035 247,275

236

171 OH........................

2832 5-1

MIAMI FORT.................. 238,988 22,980

17

16 OH........................

2832 5-2

MIAMI FORT.................. 238,988 22,980

17

16 OH........................

2832 6

MIAMI FORT.................. 4,348,442 461,863

315

320 OH........................

2832 7

MIAMI FORT.................. 15,289,678 1,545,349

1,106

1,069 OH........................

2832 8

MIAMI FORT.................. 14,621,880 1,508,810

1,058

1,044 OH........................

2832 CT2

MIAMI FORT.................. 19,021

1,441

1

1 OH........................

2872 1

MUSKINGUM RIVER............. 3,945,004 417,549

285

289 OH........................

2872 2

MUSKINGUM RIVER............. 4,618,739 491,198

334

340 OH........................

2872 3

MUSKINGUM RIVER............. 4,491,616 466,225

325

323 OH........................

2872 4

MUSKINGUM RIVER............. 4,911,646 537,379

355

372 OH........................

2872 5

MUSKINGUM RIVER............. 16,181,850 1,783,517

1,171

1,234 OH........................

2861 1

NILES....................... 3,039,955 293,772

220

203 OH........................

2861 2

NILES....................... 1,890,626 184,631

137

128 OH........................

2848 H-1

O H HUTCHINGS............... 274,817 22,229

20

15 OH........................

2848 H-2

O H HUTCHINGS............... 349,295 28,472

25

20 OH........................

2848 H-3

O H HUTCHINGS............... 794,644 77,731

58

54 OH........................

2848 H-4

O H HUTCHINGS............... 782,165 76,160

57

53 OH........................

2848 H-5

O H HUTCHINGS............... 810,661 80,735

59

56 OH........................

2848 H-6

O H HUTCHINGS............... 833,389 80,653

60

56 OH........................

2935 13

ORRVILLE.................... 864,346 62,103

63

43 OH........................

2843 9

PICWAY...................... 2,044,023 184,495

148

128 OH........................

2864 1

R E BURGER.................. 167,575 16,113

12

11 OH........................

2864 2

R E BURGER.................. 142,969 13,747

10

10 OH........................

2864 3

R E BURGER.................. 122,673 11,795

9

8 OH........................

2864 4

R E BURGER.................. 50,113

4,819

4

3 OH........................

2864 5

R E BURGER.................. 202,074 19,430

15

13 OH........................

2864 6

R E BURGER.................. 193,661 18,621

14

13 OH........................

2864 7

R E BURGER.................. 4,456,156 418,890

322

290 OH........................

2864 8

R E BURGER.................. 4,017,193 381,102

291

264 OH........................

7286 1

RICHARD GORSUCH............. 2,135,351 192,652

155

133 OH........................

7286 2

RICHARD GORSUCH............. 1,854,152 178,284

134

123 OH........................

7286 3

RICHARD GORSUCH............. 2,050,742 185,235

148

128 OH........................

7286 4

RICHARD GORSUCH............. 2,045,416 196,675

148

136 OH........................

2866 1

W H SAMMIS.................. 5,405,594 563,611

391

390 OH........................

2866 2

W H SAMMIS.................. 5,662,986 567,206

410

392 OH........................

2866 3

W H SAMMIS.................. 5,855,268 619,343

424

428 OH........................

2866 4

W H SAMMIS.................. 5,314,213 537,386

385

372 OH........................

2866 5

W H SAMMIS.................. 9,236,018 962,286

668

666 OH........................

2866 6

W H SAMMIS.................. 17,880,061 1,901,325

1,294

1,315

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OH........................

2866 7

W H SAMMIS.................. 16,613,419 1,749,333

1,202

1,210 OH........................

6019 1

W H ZIMMER.................. 42,732,125 4,487,726

3,092

3,105 OH........................

2830 1

WALTER C BECKJORD........... 1,981,394 193,118

143

134 OH........................

2830 2

WALTER C BECKJORD........... 2,504,459 255,401

181

177 OH........................

2830 4

WALTER C BECKJORD........... 4,487,860 483,085

325

334 OH........................

2830 5

WALTER C BECKJORD........... 6,320,856 656,099

457

454 OH........................

2830 6

WALTER C BECKJORD........... 12,195,684 1,259,885

883

872 OH........................

2830 CT1

WALTER C BECKJORD........... 48,631

3,413

4

2 OH........................

2830 CT2

WALTER C BECKJORD........... 48,892

3,431

4

2 OH........................

2830 CT3

WALTER C BECKJORD........... 52,763

3,703

4

3 OH........................

2830 CT4

WALTER C BECKJORD........... 34,330

2,409

2

2 OH........................

7158 --GT1

WOODSDALE................... 356,991 28,457

26

20 OH........................

7158 --GT2

WOODSDALE................... 350,509 27,940

25

19 OH........................

7158 --GT3

WOODSDALE................... 388,436 30,963

28

21 OH........................

7158 --GT4

WOODSDALE................... 367,016 29,256

27

20 OH........................

7158 --GT5

WOODSDALE................... 404,361 32,233

29

22 OH........................

7158 --GT6

WOODSDALE................... 395,892 31,558

29

22 PA........................

10676 ST__ley

AES BEAVER VALLEY........... 3,421,790 322,810

274

253 PA........................

50279 1

ARCHBALD POWER.............. 1,408,480 98,841

113

78 PA........................

3178 1

ARMSTRONG................... 4,811,406 473,937

386

372 PA........................

3178 2

ARMSTRONG................... 5,037,239 536,276

404

421 PA........................

6094 1

BRUCE MANSFIELD............. 21,390,698 2,166,585

1,716

1,700 PA........................

6094 2

BRUCE MANSFIELD............. 21,064,812 2,148,813

1,690

1,686 PA........................

6094 3

BRUCE MANSFIELD............. 21,549,874 2,305,292

1,728

1,808 PA........................

3140 1

BRUNNER ISLAND.............. 7,419,682 794,994

595

624 PA........................

3140 2

BRUNNER ISLAND.............. 9,670,357 1,068,784

776

838 PA........................

3140 3

BRUNNER ISLAND.............. 20,738,335 2,283,455

1,663

1,791 PA........................

10641 1

CAMBRIA COGEN............... 1,841,698 173,745

148

136 PA........................

10641 2

CAMBRIA COGEN............... 1,883,698 177,707

151

139 PA........................

8226 1

CHESWICK.................... 15,086,514 1,533,962

1,210

1,203 PA........................

3118 1

CONEMAUGH................... 29,200,485 3,177,419

2,342

2,492 PA........................

3118 2

CONEMAUGH................... 24,102,490 2,622,687

1,933

2,057 PA........................

10870 CW__NUG

CONTINENTAL COGEN NUG.... 882,161 103,784

71

81 PA........................

3159 1

CROMBY...................... 4,546,839 439,223

365

345 PA........................

3159 2

CROMBY...................... 2,065,179 209,302

166

164 PA........................

3160 71

DELAWARE.................... 711,493 70,313

57

55 PA........................

3160 81

DELAWARE.................... 753,207 64,598

60

51 PA........................

10603 1

EBENSBURG POWER............. 2,195,697 211,125

176

166 PA........................

3161 1

EDDYSTONE................... 7,618,327 758,798

611

595 PA........................

3161 2

EDDYSTONE................... 8,533,347 859,783

684

674 PA........................

3161 3

EDDYSTONE................... 1,611,083 148,173

129

116 PA........................

3161 4

EDDYSTONE................... 2,093,154 189,804

168

149 PA........................

3098 1

ELRAMA...................... 2,821,678 233,776

226

183 PA........................

3098 2

ELRAMA...................... 2,355,589 191,247

189

150 PA........................

3098 3

ELRAMA...................... 2,802,309 257,992

225

202 PA........................

3098 4

ELRAMA...................... 5,460,730 520,764

438

408 PA........................

10343 AB__NUG

FOSTER WHEELER MT. CARMEL... 984,307 92,859

79

73 PA........................

01011 AB__NUG

GILBERTON POWER NUG...... 2,938,728 277,238

236

217 PA........................

3110 1--3

GPT GENCO HUNTERSTOWN.......

0

0

0

0 PA........................

3199 1--2

GPU GENCO BENTON............

0

0

0

0 PA........................

3109 1

GPU GENCO HAMILTON..........

0

0

0

0 PA........................

3111 1--2

GPU GENCO MOUNTAIN..........

0

0

0

0 PA........................

3112 1

GPU GENCO ORTANNA...........

0

0

0

0 PA........................

3114 1

GPU GENCO SHAWNEE...........

0

0

0

0 PA........................

3120 1

GPU GENCO TIOGA.............

0

0

0

0 PA........................

3116 1--2

GPU GENCO TOLNA.............

0

0

0

0 PA........................

3134 1

GPU GENCO WAYNE.............

0

0

0

0 PA........................

54785 1--3

GRAYS FERRY PROJECT.........

0

0

0

0 PA........................

3179 1

HATFIELD'S FERRY............ 15,310,890 1,600,888

1,228

1,256 PA........................

3179 2

HATFIELD'S FERRY............ 19,368,646 2,104,144

1,553

1,651 PA........................

3179 3

HATFIELD'S FERRY............ 14,202,486 1,547,617

1,139

1,214 PA........................

3145 17

HOLTWOOD.................... 3,106,258 246,665

249

193 PA........................

3122 1

HOMER CITY.................. 19,827,390 2,093,927

1,590

1,643 PA........................

3122 2

HOMER CITY.................. 20,699,247 2,187,156

1,660

1,716 PA........................

3122 3

HOMER CITY.................. 18,602,194 1,901,482

1,492

1,492 PA........................

3176 6

HUNLOCK PWR STATION......... 1,764,784 133,980

142

105 PA........................

3136 1

KEYSTONE.................... 28,703,322 3,021,402

2,302

2,370 PA........................

3136 2

KEYSTONE.................... 28,430,610 2,992,696

2,280

2,348 PA........................

3157 10

KIMBERLY-CLARK..............

0

0

0

0 PA........................

3148 1

MARTINS CREEK............... 4,229,014 384,211

339

301 PA........................

3148 2

MARTINS CREEK............... 3,949,723 360,804

317

283 PA........................

3148 3

MARTINS CREEK............... 3,869,537 408,740

310

321 PA........................

3148 4

MARTINS CREEK............... 4,010,953 425,475

322

334 PA........................

52149 1

MERCK SHARP & DOHME.........

0

0

0

0 PA........................

3181 1

MITCHELL.................... 75,203

7,095

6

6 PA........................

3181 3

MITCHELL.................... 45,707

4,312

4

3

[[Page 56375]]

PA........................

3181 33

MITCHELL.................... 5,833,720 592,436

468

465 PA........................

3149 1

MONTOUR..................... 18,421,287 2,017,666

1,477

1,583 PA........................

3149 2

MONTOUR..................... 21,572,636 2,426,345

1,730

1,903 PA........................

3138 3

NEW CASTLE.................. 2,045,707 197,177

164

155 PA........................

3138 4

NEW CASTLE.................. 2,265,637 211,485

182

166 PA........................

3138 5

NEW CASTLE.................. 3,307,970 318,105

265

250 PA........................

54571 CC__AB)

NORCON(FALC SEAB)........... 1,087,345 97,959

87

77 PA........................

50888 1

NORTHAMPTION GENERATING..... 2,906,127 274,163

233

215 PA........................

50039 ............................. NORTHEASTERN POWER.......... 2,530,021 238,681

203

187 PA........................

50776 1

PANTHER CREEK............... 1,158,239 109,268

93

86 PA........................

50776 2

PANTHER CREEK............... 1,163,341 109,749

93

86 PA........................ 880008 1--2

PECO ENERGY.................

0

0

0

0 PA........................

8012 11

PECO ENERGY CROYDEN.........

0

0

0

0 PA........................

8012 12

PECO ENERGY CROYDEN.........

0

0

0

0 PA........................

8012 21

PECO ENERGY CROYDEN.........

0

0

0

0 PA........................

8012 22

PECO ENERGY CROYDEN.........

0

0

0

0 PA........................

8012 31

PECO ENERGY CROYDEN.........

0

0

0

0 PA........................

8012 32

PECO ENERGY CROYDEN.........

0

0

0

0 PA........................

8012 41

PECO ENERGY CROYDEN.........

0

0

0

0 PA........................

8012 42

PECO ENERGY CROYDEN.........

0

0

0

0 PA........................

50731 3

PECO ENERGY FAIRLESS HILLS..

0

0

0

0 PA........................

3168 91

PECO ENERGY RICHMOND........

0

0

0

0 PA........................

3168 92

PECO ENERGY RICHMOND........

0

0

0

0 PA........................

3170 3--6

PECO ENERGY SOUTHWARK.......

0

0

0

0 PA........................

n218 CC__PER

PENNTECH PAPER.............. 617,031 55,588

49

44 PA........................

54144 1

PINEY CREEK.................

0

0

0

0 PA........................

3113 1

PORTLAND.................... 3,585,481 337,870

288

265 PA........................

3113 2

PORTLAND.................... 4,573,152 441,254

367

346 PA........................

3113 4

PORTLAND.................... 1,570,979 184,821

126

145 PA........................

3113 --5

PORTLAND.................... 150,505 11,402

12

9 PA........................

3139 1--4

PP&L ALLENTOWN..............

0

0

0

0 PA........................

3142 1--2

PP&L FISHBACK...............

0

0

0

0 PA........................

3143 1--4

PP&L HARRISBURG.............

0

0

0

0 PA........................

3144 1--2

PP&L HARWOOD................

0

0

0

0 PA........................

3146 1--2

PP&L JENKINS................

0

0

0

0 PA........................

3154 1--2

PP&L WEST SHORE.............

0

0

0

0 PA........................

3155 1--2

PP&L WILLIAMSPORT...........

0

0

0

0 PA........................

3169 1

SCHUYLKILL.................. 1,025,090 97,721

82

77 PA........................ 880010 1

SCHUYLKILL ENERGY RESOURCES. 3,891,284 367,102

312

288 PA........................

50607 AB__NUG

SCHUYLKILL STATION (TURBI... 9,441,744 890,731

757

699 PA........................

50974 1

SCRUBGRASS GENERATING PLANT. 2,730,403 257,585

219

202 PA........................

50974 2

SCRUBGRASS GENERATING PLANT. 1,630,792 156,807

131

123 PA........................

3130 12

SEWARD...................... 859,296 82,625

69

65 PA........................

3130 14

SEWARD...................... 976,355 93,880

78

74 PA........................

3130 15

SEWARD...................... 4,658,271 467,416

374

367 PA........................

3131 1

SHAWVILLE................... 3,979,027 379,896

319

298 PA........................

3131 2

SHAWVILLE................... 3,819,973 364,432

306

286 PA........................

3131 3

SHAWVILLE................... 4,979,445 499,042

399

391 PA........................

3131 4

SHAWVILLE................... 5,056,822 506,797

406

398 PA........................ 880013 1--6

SOLAR TURBINES..............

0

0

0

0 PA........................

3152 3

SUNBURY..................... 3,548,941 303,692

285

238 PA........................

3152 4

SUNBURY..................... 3,884,437 372,394

312

292 PA........................

3115 1

TITUS....................... 1,942,834 189,176

156

148 PA........................

3115 2

TITUS....................... 2,007,778 193,018

161

151 PA........................

3115 3

TITUS....................... 1,918,450 182,866

154

143 PA........................ 88000 6 1--4

TRIGEN ENERGY SANSOM........

0

0

0

0 PA........................ ........... 1

VIKING ENERGY NORTHUMBERLAND

0

0

0

0 PA........................

3132 1

WARREN...................... 576,001 55,385

46

43 PA........................

3132 2

WARREN...................... 385,366 37,054

31

29 PA........................

3132 3

WARREN...................... 543,134 44,208

44

35 PA........................

3132 4

WARREN...................... 564,080 54,238

45

43 PA........................

50867 1--2

WASHINGTON POWER COMPANY....

0

0

0

0 PA........................

50611 AB__NUG

WESTWOOD ENERGY PROPERTIE... 12,527,355 879,113

1,005

690 PA........................

50879 AB__NUG

WHEELABRATOR FRACKVILLE E... 2,058,812 144,478

165

113 RI........................ ........... 1

JEPSON......................

1,282

90

0

0 RI........................ ........... 2

JEPSON......................

1,249

88

0

0 RI........................ ........... 3

JEPSON......................

1,042

73

0

0 RI........................ ........... 4

JEPSON......................

1,281

90

0

0 RI........................

3236 10

MANCHESTER STREET........... 4,223,753 398,467

136

120 RI........................

3236 11

MANCHESTER STREET........... 4,020,769 379,318

130

114 RI........................

3236 9

MANCHESTER STREET........... 3,739,441 352,777

121

106 RI........................

51030 CC__(*)

OCEAN STATE 1 (*)........... 9,189,307 1,081,095

297

326 RI........................

54324 CC__(*)

OCEAN STATE 2 (*)........... 9,189,307 1,081,095

297

326 RI........................

54056 CC__(*)

PAWTUCKET POWER (*)......... 2,433,886 219,269

79

66 TN........................

3393 1

ALLEN....................... 6,894,770 713,301

578

584 TN........................

3393 2

ALLEN....................... 7,326,410 757,957

614

621

[[Page 56376]]

TN........................

3393 3

ALLEN....................... 7,556,678 781,779

633

641 TN........................

3396 1

BULL RUN.................... 21,275,985 2,389,755

1,783

1,958 TN........................

3399 1

CUMBERLAND.................. 51,385,046 5,284,353

4,307

4,330 TN........................

3399 2

CUMBERLAND.................. 55,332,549 5,690,307

4,637

4,662 TN........................

3403 1

GALLATIN.................... 6,970,897 734,707

584

602 TN........................

3403 2

GALLATIN.................... 6,860,771 723,100

575

592 TN........................

3403 3

GALLATIN.................... 6,984,817 728,192

585

597 TN........................

3403 4

GALLATIN.................... 7,834,299 816,753

657

669 TN........................

3405 1

JOHN SEVIER................. 5,853,636 615,266

491

504 TN........................

3405 2

JOHN SEVIER................. 5,858,042 615,729

491

504 TN........................

3405 3

JOHN SEVIER................. 6,184,144 650,005

518

533 TN........................

3405 4

JOHN SEVIER................. 6,114,293 642,663

512

527 TN........................

3406 1

JOHNSONVILLE................ 3,724,159 323,840

312

265 TN........................

3406 10

JOHNSONVILLE................ 3,681,387 351,412

309

288 TN........................

3406 2

JOHNSONVILLE................ 3,749,100 326,009

314

267 TN........................

3406 3

JOHNSONVILLE................ 3,666,648 318,839

307

261 TN........................

3406 4

JOHNSONVILLE................ 3,679,462 319,953

308

262 TN........................

3406 5

JOHNSONVILLE................ 3,640,648 322,753

305

264 TN........................

3406 6

JOHNSONVILLE................ 3,719,286 329,724

312

270 TN........................

3406 7

JOHNSONVILLE................ 4,680,922 446,823

392

366 TN........................

3406 8

JOHNSONVILLE................ 4,133,749 394,592

346

323 TN........................

3406 9

JOHNSONVILLE................ 4,006,336 382,430

336

313 TN........................

3407 1

KINGSTON.................... 4,432,856 448,715

372

368 TN........................

3407 2

KINGSTON.................... 4,515,371 457,068

378

374 TN........................

3407 3

KINGSTON.................... 4,047,180 409,675

339

336 TN........................

3407 4

KINGSTON.................... 4,494,642 454,969

377

373 TN........................

3407 5

KINGSTON.................... 6,137,914 632,449

514

518 TN........................

3407 6

KINGSTON.................... 5,842,656 602,025

490

493 TN........................

3407 7

KINGSTON.................... 5,678,568 585,118

476

479 TN........................

3407 8

KINGSTON.................... 5,801,972 597,833

486

490 TN........................

3407 9

KINGSTON.................... 5,689,108 586,204

477

480 VA........................

3796 3

BREMO BLUFF................. 1,756,163 158,241

163

143 VA........................

3796 4

BREMO BLUFF................. 4,959,806 506,568

459

457 VA........................

3803 1

CHESAPEAK................... 3,461,324 334,137

320

302 VA........................

3803 2

CHESAPEAK................... 3,444,719 343,407

319

310 VA........................

3803 3

CHESAPEAK................... 4,744,776 499,555

439

451 VA........................

3803 4

CHESAPEAK................... 7,270,201 775,488

673

700 VA........................

10017 ST--rp.

CHESAPEAK CORP.............. 751,025 70,851

70

64 VA........................

3797 3

CHESTERFIELD................ 2,394,580 216,000

222

195 VA........................

3797 4

CHESTERFIELD................ 4,636,999 497,799

429

449 VA........................

3797 5

CHESTERFIELD................ 9,875,438 1,104,759

914

997 VA........................

3797 6

CHESTERFIELD................ 17,283,476 1,781,985

1,600

1,608 VA........................

3797 --8

CHESTERFIELD................ 1,701,065 153,249

157

138 VA........................

3775 1

CLINCH RIVER................ 6,480,271 723,406

600

653 VA........................

3775 2

CLINCH RIVER................ 6,272,239 678,300

581

612 VA........................

3775 3

CLINCH RIVER................ 7,143,953 798,564

661

721 VA........................

7213 1

CLOVER...................... 9,235,814 888,059

855

801 VA........................

10377 ST__ell

COGENTRIX--HOPEWELL......... 2,275,948 214,712

211

194 VA........................

10071 ST__uth

COGENTRIX--PORTSMOUTH....... 2,617,290 246,914

242

223 VA........................

54081 ST__d 1

COGENTRIX RICHMOND 1........ 2,628,680 247,989

243

224 VA........................

54081 ST__d 2

COGENTRIX RICHMOND 2........ 2,127,966 200,752

197

181 VA........................

52087 GT__LP

COMMONWEALTH ATLANTIC LP.... 450,631 34,139

42

31 VA........................

7212 --1

DARBYTOWN................... 115,229

8,729

11

8 VA........................

7212 --2

DARBYTOWN................... 115,229

8,729

11

8 VA........................

7212 --3

DARBYTOWN................... 115,229

8,729

11

8 VA........................

7212 --4

DARBYTOWN................... 115,229

8,729

11

8 VA........................

52019 CA__#1

DOSEWELL #1................. 594,931 69,992

55

63 VA........................

52019 CT__#1

DOSEWELL #1................. 1,207,760 142,089

112

128 VA........................

52019 CA__#2

DOSEWELL #2................. 594,931 69,992

55

63 VA........................

52019 CT__#2

DOSEWELL #2................. 1,207,760 142,089

112

128 VA........................

3776 51

GLEN LYN.................... 1,298,222 124,829

120

113 VA........................

3776 52

GLEN LYN.................... 1,188,728 114,301

110

103 VA........................

3776 6

GLEN LYN.................... 5,646,574 626,075

523

565 VA........................

54844 CA__e 1

GORDONSVILLE 1.............. 211,614 24,896

20

22 VA........................

54844 CT__e 1

GORDONSVILLE 1.............. 429,231 50,498

40

46 VA........................

54844 CA__e 2

GORDONSVILLE 2.............. 214,004 25,177

20

23 VA........................

54844 CT__e 2

GORDONSVILLE 2.............. 434,011 51,060

40

46 VA........................

7032 --3

GRAVEL NECK................. 116,841

8,852

11

8 VA........................

7032 4

GRAVEL NECK................. 116,841

8,852

11

8 VA........................

7032 5

GRAVEL NECK................. 116,841

8,852

11

8 VA........................

7032 6

GRAVEL NECK1................ 116,841

8,852

11

8 VA........................

10633 CT__nc.

HOPEWELL COGEN, INC......... 1,310,927 154,227

121

139 VA........................

10633 CW__nc.

HOPEWELL COGEN, INC......... 675,419 79,461

63

72 VA........................

10773 ST__sta

LG&E-WESTMLD ALTAVISTA...... 1,427,003 134,623

132

121 VA........................

10771 ST__ell

LG&E-WESTMLD HOPEWELL....... 1,427,003 134,623

132

121 VA........................

10774 ST__ton

LG&E-WESTMLD SOUTHAMPTON.... 1,427,003 134,623

132

121

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VA........................

52007 STurg

MECKLENBURG................. 3,004,193 283,414

278

256 VA........................

3804 3

POSSUM POINT................ 2,489,785 231,242

231

209 VA........................

3804 4

POSSUM POINT................ 6,778,888 735,716

628

664 VA........................

3788 1

POTOMAC RIVER............... 1,780,998 149,450

165

135 VA........................

3788 2

POTOMAC RIVER............... 1,608,529 136,247

149

123 VA........................

3788 3

POTOMAC RIVER............... 2,711,245 278,619

251

251 VA........................

3788 4

POTOMAC RIVER............... 10,902,795 1,135,590

1,009

1,025 VA........................

3788 5

POTOMAC RIVER............... 10,567,982 1,095,468

978

989 VA........................

50813 ST__ner

STONE CONTAINER............. 873,930 82,446

81

74 VA........................

3809 1

YORKTOWN.................... 7,206,933 734,577

667

663 VA........................

3809 2

YORKTOWN.................... 7,241,953 702,966

670

634 VA........................

3809 3

YORKTOWN.................... 3,676,409 370,905

340

335 VA........................ ........... 1

............................ 4,214,872 397,629

390

359 WV........................

3942 1

ALBRIGHT.................... 705,441 58,973

46

36 WV........................

3942 2

ALBRIGHT.................... 703,469 59,090

46

36 WV........................

3942 3

ALBRIGHT.................... 3,366,883 325,240

221

200 WV........................

3943 1

FORT MARTIN................. 13,735,054 1,559,384

901

960 WV........................

3943 2

FORT MARTIN................. 13,544,284 1,466,466

889

903 WV........................

10151 ST__own

GRANT TOWN.................. 2,430,507 229,293

159

141 WV........................

3944 1

HARRISON.................... 21,606,702 2,294,436

1,418

1,413 WV........................

3944 2

HARRISON.................... 21,825,171 2,294,971

1,432

1,413 WV........................

3944 3

HARRISON.................... 22,529,228 2,377,002

1,478

1,463 WV........................

3935 1

JOHN E AMOS................. 18,733,385 2,087,285

1,229

1,285 WV........................

3935 2

JOHN E AMOS................. 18,693,941 2,089,409

1,227

1,286 WV........................

3935 3

JOHN E AMOS................. 24,715,234 2,677,997

1,622

1,649 WV........................

3947 1

KAMMER...................... 5,775,301 632,702

379

390 WV........................

3947 2

KAMMER...................... 6,520,529 709,833

428

437 WV........................

3947 3

KAMMER...................... 6,977,907 759,376

458

468 WV........................

3936 1

KANAWHA RIVER............... 4,385,010 479,131

288

295 WV........................

3936 2

KANAWHA RIVER............... 3,915,227 419,414

257

258 WV........................

3948 1

MITCHELL.................... 20,089,496 2,155,757

1,318

1,327 WV........................

3948 2

MITCHELL.................... 17,971,393 1,950,233

1,179

1,201 WV........................

6264 1

MOUNTAINEER (1301).......... 29,445,137 3,169,552

1,932

1,951 WV........................

3954 1

MT STORM.................... 19,946,826 2,157,580

1,309

1,328 WV........................

3954 2

MT STORM.................... 17,300,820 1,859,503

1,135

1,145 WV........................

3954 3

MT STORM.................... 17,911,570 1,827,152

1,175

1,125 WV........................

7537 1A

NORTH BRANCH................ 1,606,967 112,770

105

69 WV........................

7357 1B

NORTH BRANCH................ 1,653,848 116,060

109

71 WV........................

3938 11

PHIL SPORN.................. 3,332,224 356,045

219

219 WV........................

3938 21

PHIL SPORN.................. 3,312,719 350,849

217

216 WV........................

3938 31

PHIL SPORN.................. 3,501,732 367,597

230

226 WV........................

3938 41

PHIL SPORN.................. 3,491,270 370,741

229

228 WV........................

3938 51

PHIL SPORN.................. 10,028,012 1,123,713

658

692 WV........................

6004 1

PLEASANTS................... 20,225,588 2,064,889

1,327

1,271 WV........................

6004 2

PLEASANTS................... 17,354,353 1,780,299

1,139

1,096 WV........................

3945 7

RIVESVILLE.................. 288,741 27,764

19

17 WV........................

3945 8

RIVESVILLE.................. 741,331 63,743

49

39 WV........................

3946 1

WILLOW ISLAND............... 905,250 82,161

59

51 WV........................

3946 2

WILLOW ISLAND............... 3,490,911 340,245

229

209

Table A.2.--Allocations to Non-EGUs by mmBtu

Unit State

Plant

Point ID Unit 1995, allocations Summer HI by HI

AL............. MEAD COATED

004 1,118,921

138 BOARD INC. AL............. GULF STATES

003 154,732

19 PAPER CORPORATION. AL............. TRANSCONTINENTAL

018 48,682

6 GAS PIPELINE CORPORATION. AL............. INTERNATIONAL

011 1,143,170

141 PAPER SIEBERT STATION. AL............. MOBILE ENERGY

001 326,785

40 SERVICES COMPANY. AL............. COURTAULDS

011 60,045

7 FIBERS INC. AL............. COURTAULDS

013 382,789

47 FIBERS INC. AL............. AMOCO CHEMICALS.

024 396,068

49 AL............. AMOCO CHEMICALS.

026 106,811

13 AL............. SOLUTIA, INC.--

013 795,511

98 DECATUR PLANT. AL............. SOLUTIA, INC.--

014 786,934

97 DECATUR PLANT. AL............. SOLUTIA, INC.--

015 747,265

92 DECATUR PLANT. AL............. GENERAL ELECTRIC

005 186,487

23 CO. AL............. CERESTAR USA

020 683,593

84 DECATUR INC. AL............. GULF STATES

006 764,955

94 PAPER CORPORATION. AL............. U. S. ALLIANCE

007 649,512

80 COOSA PINES CORPORATION. AL............. U. S. ALLIANCE

008 649,512

80 COOSA PINES CORPORATION. AL............. U. S. ALLIANCE

009 649,512

80 COOSA PINES CORPORATION. AL............. U. S. ALLIANCE

010 649,512

80 COOSA PINES CORPORATION. AL............. EMPIRE COKE CO..

001 108,543

13

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AL............. CIBA SPECIALTY

010 153,000

19 CHEMICALS CORPORATION. AL............. CIBA SPECIALTY

011 36,951

5 CHEMICALS CORPORATION. AL............. OLIN CHEMICAL

003 606,282

75 CORPORATION. AL............. MACMILLAN

002 1,779,840

219 BLOEDEL PACKAGING INC. AL............. MACMILLAN

005 404,136

50 BLOEDEL PACKAGING INC. AL............. CELANESE

006 379,902

47 CORPORATION. AL............. SOLUTIA, INC.--

016 471,731

58 DECATUR PLANT. AL............. GULF STATES

047 184,755

23 STEEL INC. AL............. DEGUSSA

004 410,502

51 CORPORATION. AL............. AMOCO CHEMICALS.

010 535,211

66 AL............. AMOCO CHEMICALS.

015 389,140

48 AL............. AMOCO CHEMICALS.

019 339,487

42 AL............. AMOCO CHEMICALS.

022 312,351

38 AL............. AMOCO CHEMICALS.

023 254,615

31 AL............. TVA COLBERT.....

008 195,178

24 AL............. TVA COLBERT.....

009 195,178

24 AL............. LAROCHE

002 220,551

27 INDUSTRIES INC. AL............. INTERNATIONAL

010 525,974

65 PAPER CO. RIVERDALE MILL. AL............. INTERNATIONAL

010 1,143,170

141 PAPER SIEBERT STATION. AL............. GULF STATES

046 184,755

23 STEEL INC. AL............. CHAMPION

016 498,838

61 INTERNATIONAL COURTLAND RD29. AL............. TVA COLBERT.....

007 195,178

24 AL............. CHAMPION

015 2,140,980

263 INTERNATIONAL COURTLAND RD29. AL............. CHAMPION

007 663,276

82 INTERNATIONAL COURTLAND RD29. AL............. JEFFERSON

008 424,359

52 SMURFIT. AL............. AMERICAN CAST

041 97,574

12 IRON PIPE COMPANY. AL............. GULF STATES

049 368,932

45 STEEL INC. AL............. TVA COLBERT.....

006 195,178

24 AL............. TVA COLBERT.....

005 195,178

24 AL............. TVA COLBERT.....

003 195,178

24 AL............. TVA COLBERT.....

002 195,178

24 AL............. FORT JAMES-

029 316,970

39 PENNINGTON, INC.. AL............. FORT JAMES-

027 783,476

96 PENNINGTON, INC.. AL............. MEAD

001 435,843

54 CONTAINERBOARD. CT............. PFIZER INC--

010 480,420

24 CHEMICALS. CT............. FEDERAL PAPER

003 721,140

36 BOARD CO. CT............. PFIZER INC--

012 604,860

30 CHEMICALS. CT............. PFIZER INC--

009 332,520

17 CHEMICALS. CT............. SIMKINS

673 193,917

10 INDUSTRIES INC. CT............. DEXTER NONWOVENS

P29 1,788,060

89 DIV. CT............. PRATT & WHITNEY

168 18,360

1 AIRC. CT............. PRATT & WHITNEY

167 25,500

1 AIRC. CT............. PRATT & WHITNEY

166 47,940

2 AIRC. CT............. PFIZER INC--

P01 478,380

24 CHEMICALS. CT............. PRATT & WHITNEY

164 85,680

4 AIRC. CT............. CAPITOL DISTRICT

P64 264,111

13 ENERGY CENTER. CT............. PRATT & WHITNEY

163

5,100

0 AIRC. CT............. PRATT & WHITNEY.

039 353,274

18 DC............. GSA WEST HEATING

001 18,360

1 PLANT. DC............. GSA--CENTRAL

003

4,348

0 HEATING. DC............. GSA--WEST

005 182,517

9 HEATING. DC............. GSA--WEST

003 162,886

8 HEATING. DC............. GSA WEST HEATING

002

3,060

0 PLANT. DE............. DUPONT SEAFORD..

002 931,055

61 DE............. DUPONT SEAFORD..

001 826,012

54 DE............. CHRYSLER MOTORS.

003 257,164

17 DE............. STANDARD

001 372,919

24 CHLORINE OF DELAWARE. DE............. KRAFT GENERAL

001 695,930

45 FOODS. DE............. DUPONT SEAFORD..

003 393,082

26 IL............. INDIAN REFINING 7211029701 587,751

69 LIMITED

7 PARTNERSHIP. IL............. ZEXEL ILINOIS, 7512015500 382,086

45 INC.--DECATUR

2 FACTORY. IL............. GRANITE CITY 7303111904 381,057

45 STEEL COMPANY.

1 IL............. AMOCO PETROLEUM 7302008303 122,977

14 ADDITIVES CO.

6 IL............. JEFFERSON

7212042600 170,544

20 SMURFIT

1 CORPORATION. IL............. A E STALEY

7302008412 918,510

107 MANUFACTURING

9 CO. IL............. GRANITE CITY 7303111904 163,392

19 STEEL COMPANY.

2 IL............. ZEXEL ILINOIS, 7512015500 127,596

15 INC.--DECATUR

1 FACTORY. IL............. ARCHER DANIELS 8506003008 1,202,940

141 MIDLAND CO EAST

1 PLANT. IL............. CENTRAL ILLINOIS 7911000101 123,227

14 PUBLIC SERVICE.

4 IL............. ARCHER DANIELS 7612004807 862,589

101 MIDLAND CO EAST

1 PLANT.

[[Page 56379]]

IL............. CATERPILLAR--EAS 7305053101 452,649

53 T PEORIA PLANT.

9 IL............. INDIAN REFINING 7211029701 587,751

69 LIMITED

6 PARTNERSHIP. IL............. INDIAN REFINING 7211029701 587,751

69 LIMITED

5 PARTNERSHIP. IL............. GREAT LAKES

7808007101 331,981

39 NAVAL STATION.

1 IL............. GATES RUBBER 7211101100 119,513

14 CO.--GALESBURG

2 HOSE PLANT. IL............. ARCHER DANIELS 7612004807 862,589

101 MIDLAND CO EAST

2 PLANT. IL............. NORTHWESTERN 7302082102 172,053

20 STEEL & WIRE

1 CO.. IL............. GATES RUBBER 7211101100 119,513

14 CO.--GALESBURG

1 HOSE PLANT. IL............. CLIFFORD--JACOBS 7302156500 228,634

27 FORGING CO..

1 IL............. PEOPLES GAS

7505001900 346,415

41 LIGHT & COKE CO.

6 IL............. MOBIL JOLIET 8601000904 269,836

32 REFINING CORP.

3 IL............. MOBIL JOLIET 7211057702 207,849

24 REFINING CORP.

5 IL............. MOBIL JOLIET 7211057602 141,453

17 REFINING CORP.

1 IL............. IOWA--ILL. GAS & 7301026900 1,096,036

128 ELECTRIC CO.--

1 MOLINE GEN. STA. IL............. UNO-VEN COMPANY. 7211024000 430,709

50 7 IL............. KRAFT FOOD

7210092100 62,027

7 INGREDIENTS

3 CORP. IL............. NORTHWESTERN 7302081901 958,524

112 STEEL & WIRE CO.

4 IL............. NORTHWESTERN 7302081901 215,027

25 STEEL & WIRE CO.

3 IL............. LAUHOFF GRAIN 7212126209 165,702

19 COMPANY.

1 IL............. PEKIN ENERGY 7302008701 769,080

90 COMPANY.

9 IL............. IOWA--ILL. GAS & 7301026900 1,096,036

128 ELECTRIC CO.--

2 MOLINE GEN. STA. IL............. SHEREX CHEMICAL 7303213100 312,522

37 COMPANY.

1 IL............. ARCHER DANIELS 8601005602 125,864

15 MIDLAND CORN

4 SWEETENERS. IL............. UNO-VEN COMPANY. 7211025303 391,449

46 7 IL............. GENERAL ELECTRIC/ 7303110000 417,430

49 HOT POINT--

3 RANGE DIVISIO. IL............. CHICAGO WATER 7511006600 193,415

23 DEPT--SPRINGFIE

2 LD STATION. IL............. MENTAL HEALTH 7508001800 117,781

14 DEPT--CHICAGO-R

1 EAD CENTER. IL............. COM ED--FISK 7303081801 72,327

8 STATION.

3 IL............. COM ED--FISK 7303081801 52,855

6 STATION.

2 IL............. U S STEEL--SOUTH 8201004401 849,872

99 WORKS.

4 IL............. U S STEEL--SOUTH 8201004401 872,389

102 WORKS.

3 IL............. GENERAL MILLS 7303098807 149,536

17 INC.

0 IL............. GENERAL ELECTRIC/ 7303110000 128,751

15 HOT POINT--

6 RANGE DIVISIO. IL............. CPC

7302014604 760,959

89 INTERNATIONAL

3 INC. IL............. CPC

8805006611 139,143

16 INTERNATIONAL

8 INC. IL............. CPC

7302014704 760,959

89 INTERNATIONAL

6 INC. IL............. CPC

7302014704 819,060

96 INTERNATIONAL

5 INC. IL............. CATERPILLAR

7302118200 245,955

29 TRACTOR CO

9 AURORA PLANT. IL............. CPC

7302014604 819,060

96 INTERNATIONAL

2 INC. IL............. CPC

7302014604 819,060

96 INTERNATIONAL

1 INC.

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IL............. CLIFFORD-JACOBS 7302156500 256,378

30 FORGING CO.

3 IL............. METROPOLITAN 8501007300 375,283

44 W.R.D. OF

7 GREATER CHICAGO. IL............. QUANTUM--USI 7210001601 169,166

20 DIVISION.

7 IL............. WM WRIGLEY JR 7211074600 119,513

14 CO--CHICAGO

4 PLANT. IL............. AUSTIN WESTERN 7405009800 363,736

43 DIVISION.

2 IL............. QUANTUM--USI 7210001601 149,536

17 DIVISION.

6 IL............. QUANTUM--USI 7210001601 199,189

23 DIVISION.

4 IL............. QUANTUM--USI 7210001601 397,223

46 DIVISION.

3 IL............. NALCO CHEMICAL 8501003300 171,777

20 COMPANY--CORP

4 RES CENTER. IL............. QUANTUM--USI 7212120711 654,458

77 DIVISION.

2 IL............. AMOCO CHEMICALS 7210022200 188,219

22 CORP--WILLOW

2 SPRINGS PL. IL............. QUANTUM--USI 7212120711 654,458

77 DIVISION.

0 IL............. QUANTUM--USI 7212120710 654,458

77 DIVISION.

9 IL............. QUANTUM--USI 7212120710 615,960

72 DIVISION.

8 IL............. MARATHON OIL CO 7211129105 271,265

32 ILLINOIS

6 REFINING DIV. IL............. MARATHON OIL CO 7211129105 271,265

32 ILLINOIS

5 REFINING DIV. IL............. K-FIVE SOUTH 8610004500 62,027

7 PLANT.

2 IL............. NATURAL GAS

7302022100 703,800

82 PIPELINE CO OF

4 AMERICA. IL............. QUANTUM--USI 7212120711 654,458

77 DIVISION.

1 IN............. LTV STEEL

023 577,936

104 COMPANY. IN............. LTV STEEL

024 1,178,381

213 COMPANY. IN............. LTV STEEL

022 611,423

110 COMPANY. IN............. IPALCO--PERRY K.

001 949,685

171 IN............. INLAND STEEL

320 2,437,729

440 COMPANY. IN............. IPALCO--PERRY K.

002 959,398

173 IN............. GMC-DELPHI

002 16,166

3 INTERIOR AND LIGHTING SYSTEMS. IN............. LTV STEEL

021 531,747

96 COMPANY. IN............. INLAND STEEL

330 2,245,925

405 COMPANY. IN............. INLAND STEEL

321 3,811,376

688 COMPANY. IN............. INLAND STEEL

285 311,774

56 COMPANY. IN............. IPALCO--PERRY K.

003 506,874

91 IN............. A.E. STALEY MAN.

040 1,412,496

255 CO. SOUTH PLANT. IN............. INLAND STEEL

322 9,116,363

1,645 COMPANY. IN............. IPALCO--PERRY K.

004 629,974

114 IN............. INDIANA GIRLS

003 2,031,840

367 SCHOOL. IN............ GENERAL ELECTRIC

001

7,506

1 CO. IN............ PANHANDLE

016 6,282,041

1,133 EASTERN PIPELINE CO. IN............ NATIONAL STEEL

001 719,591

130 CORP. IN............ NATIONAL STEEL

003 124,132

22 CORP. IN............ NATIONAL STEEL

004 370,664

67 CORP. IN............ INLAND STEEL

284 315,815

57 COMPANY. IN............ NEW ENERGY

003 8,648,738

1,560 COMPANY OF INDIANA. IN............ PFIZER INC......

004 503,457

91 IN............ WESTON PAPER &

002 325,584

59 MFG. IN............ APPLIED

005 23,672

4 EXTRUSION TECHNOLOGIES, INC.. IN............ JEFFERSON

001 643,824

116 SMURFIT CORPORATION. IN............ PRAXAIR, INC....

002 44,457

8 IN............ E.W.I. INC......

001 18,475

3 IN............ U S STEEL CO

108 360,272

65 GARY WORKS. IN............ ALLISON

008

2,623

0 TRANSMISSION DIV PLANT 3. IN............ FRITO-LAY, INC..

001 12,702

2 IN............ JOSEPH SEAGRAM &

009 700,650

126 SONS. IN............ SUPERIOR

002 163,392

29 LAMINATING, INC.. IN............ KIEFFER PAPER

001 38,683

7 MILLS INC.. IN............ AMOCO OIL

001 5,430,169

980 COMPANY, WHITING REFINERY. IN............ AMOCO OIL

002 153,577

28 COMPANY, WHITING REFINERY. IN............ U S STEEL CO

014

6,928

1 GARY WORKS. IN............ U S STEEL CO

028 122,400

22 GARY WORKS. IN............ U S STEEL CO

105 133,947

24 GARY WORKS.

[[Page 56381]]

IN............. U S STEEL CO

301 393,181

71 GARY WORKS. IN............. U S STEEL CO

405 103,925

19 GARY WORKS. IN............. U S STEEL CO

701 950,909

172 GARY WORKS. IN............. U S STEEL CO

714 405,306

73 GARY WORKS. IN............. INLAND STEEL

254 217,664

39 COMPANY. IN............. INLAND STEEL

282 297,917

54 COMPANY. IN............. INLAND STEEL

281 289,834

52 COMPANY. IN............. U S STEEL CO

104 138,566

25 GARY WORKS. IN............. INLAND STEEL

256 217,664

39 COMPANY. IN............. U S STEEL CO

718 101,038

18 GARY WORKS. IN............. INLAND STEEL

252 217,664

39 COMPANY. IN............. INLAND STEEL

217 1,013,264

183 COMPANY. IN............. U S STEEL CO

720 660,762

119 GARY WORKS. IN............. AMERICAN MAIZE

007 944,559

170 PRODUCTS COMPANY. IN............. COLGATE-

003 101,636

18 PALMOLIVE. IN............. U S STEEL CO

726 301,958

54 GARY WORKS. IN............. INLAND STEEL

283 297,917

54 COMPANY. IN............. INLAND STEEL

206 203,808

37 COMPANY. IN............. INLAND STEEL

280 289,834

52 COMPANY. KY............. GENERAL TIRE INC

001 395,491

35 KY............. WILLAMETTE

009 320,706

28 INDUSTRIES INC. KY............. ROHM & HAAS

001 3,253,549

286 KENTUCKY INC. KY............. G E APPLIANCES

001 1,072,019

94 BOILER PLANT. KY............. B F GOODRICH CO.

007 898,370

79 KY............. B F GOODRICH CO.

018 344,106

30 KY............. AIR PRODUCTS &

0AB 976,162

86 CHEMICALS. KY............. E I DUPONT INC..

001 3,177,045

280 KY............. AGE

011 196,879

17 INTERNATIONAL, INC. KY............. AIR PRODUCTS &

0AA 831,963

73 CHEMICALS. KY............. ARMCO STEEL CORP

0G5 329,901

29 KY............. OWENSBORO GRAIN

032 797,119

70 COMPANY. KY............. PROTEIN

001 559,368

49 TECHNOLOGIES INT. KY............. ARMCO STEEL CORP

0G4 329,901

29 KY............. ARMCO STEEL CORP

0G6 329,901

29 KY............. ARMCO INC.......

020 200,390

18 KY............. ARMCO INC.......

021 200,390

18 KY............. ASHLAND OIL INC.

067 801,951

71 KY............. ARMCO INC.......

022 200,390

18 KY............. TEXAS GAS

003 618,954

54 TRANSMISSION. KY............. DOW CORNING CORP

059 2,292,113

202 KY............. ARMCO STEEL CORP

0G3 329,901

29 MA............. BAY STATE

002 1,542,240

64 STERLING. MA............. TRIGEN-BOSTON

001 678,388

28 ENERGY. MA............. NATICK

002 279,072

12 PAPERBOARD. MA............. MEDICAL

005 155,448

6 AREATOTALENG. MA............. MEDICAL

004 168,912

7 AREATOTALENG. MA............. TRIGEN-BOSTON

002 558,873

23 ENERGY. MA............. WELLESLEY

001 58,416

2 COLLEGE. MA............. BAKER

004 117,749

5 COMMODITIES. MA............. G E AIRCRAFT

003 412,488

17 ENGINES. MA............. TRIGEN-BOSTON

004 678,388

28 ENERGY. MA............. G E AIRCRAFT

007 630,125

26 ENGINES. MD............. CHESAPEAKE

002 402,696

45 PAPERBOARD COMPANY. MD............. NAVAL SURFACE

005 603,947

68 WARFARE CNTR- INDIAN HD. MD............. NAVAL SURFACE

004 603,947

68 WARFARE CNTR- INDIAN HD. MD............. BETHLEHEM STEEL.

009 904,230

102 MD............. BETHLEHEM STEEL.

008 904,230

102 MD............. WESTVACO........

002 1,701,768

192 MD............. WESTVACO........

001 1,647,393

185 MI............. STEELCASE INC...

0033 448,750

50 MI............. WILLIAM BEAUMONT

0010

0

0 HOSPITAL. MI............. GENERAL MOTORS

0510 46,245

5 CORP. MI............. GENERAL MOTORS

0506 265,585

30 CORP. MI............. S D WARREN CO...

0011 403,240

45 MI............. S D WARREN CO...

0003 142,030

16 MI............. WILLIAM BEAUMONT

0011

0

0 HOSPITAL. MI............. DOW CHEMICAL USA

0084 192,838

21 MI............. NATIONAL STEEL

0205 241,913

27 CORP. MI............. DOW CHEMICAL USA

0401 60,045

7 MI............. STONE CONTAINER

0001 1,386,384

154 CORP. MI............. THE REGENTS OF

0001 402,996

45 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGA. MI............. THE REGENTS OF

0002 374,706

42 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGA. MI............. NATIONAL STEEL

0202 165,702

18 CORP. MI............. DSC LTD.........

0006 261,543

29 MI............. ROUGE STEEL CO..

0219 536,366

60 MI............. ROUGE STEEL CO..

0218 302,536

34 MI............. DETROIT EDISON

0003 316,392

35 CO. MI............. GEORGIA PACIFIC

0005 1,164,554

130 CORP. MI............. NATIONAL STEEL

0201 213,623

24 CORP. MI............. CHAMPION

0002 92,198

10 INTERNATIONAL CORP.

[[Page 56382]]

MI............. GEORGIA PACIFIC

0004 83,717

9 CORP. MI............. MARATHON OIL

0001 320,543

36 COMPANY. MI............. MENASHA CORP....

0024 754,568

84 MI............. MENASHA CORP....

0025 729,532

81 MI............. ROCK TENN

0001 275,413

31 COMPANY. MI............. ROCK TENN

0002 275,413

31 COMPANY. MI............. MEAD PAPER CO...

0310 1,927,800

214 MI............. MEAD PAPER CO...

0340 1,680,893

187 MI............. CHAMPION

0015 54,272

6 INTERNATIONAL CORP. MI............. GENERAL MOTORS

0501 747,102

83 CORP. MI............. MICHIGAN STATE

0054 1,203,801

134 UNIVERSITY. MI............. JAMES RIVER

0003 957,583

107 PAPER CO INC. MI............. GREAT LAKES GAS

0005 854,018

95 TRANSMISSION. MI............. MEAD PAPER CO...

0320 949,177

106 MI............. MICHIGAN STATE

0055 803,812

89 UNIVERSITY. MI............. GENERAL MOTORS

0502 558,883

62 CORP. MI............. MICHIGAN STATE

0053 1,211,151

135 UNIVERSITY. MI............. GREAT LAKES GAS

0001 1,201,050

134 TRANSMISSION. MI............. GREAT LAKES GAS

0003 943,732

105 TRANSMISSION LTD. MI............. GENERAL MOTORS

0507 231,521

26 CORP. MI............. MICHIGAN STATE

0056 1,508,240

168 UNIVERSITY. MO............. THE DOE RUN

002 454,182

58 COMPANY--SMELTI NG. MO............. SCHUYLKILL

001 59,317

8 METALS CORPORATION. MO............. ANHEUSER BUSCH,

003 46,189

6 INC., ST.LOUIS. MO............. CHRYSLER CORP.

015 88,944

11 NORTH PLANT. MO............. MONSANTO COMPANY

001

577

0 MO............. FORD MOTOR CO...

018 82,562

11 MO............. BLUE RIVER

003

1,732

0 TREATMENT PLANT. MO............. DOE RUN COMPANY.

017

0

0 MO............. ASARCO..........

001 28,916

4 MO............. CONTINENTAL

007

2,309

0 BAKING COMPANY. MO............. ASARCO..........

019 215,453

28 NC............. INTERNATIONAL

004 304,251

40 PAPER: REIGELWOOD. NC............. R.J. REYNOLDS

004 1,230,528

164 TOBACCO CO.-- 0745. NC............. R.J. REYNOLDS

003 1,230,528

164 TOBACCO CO.-- 0745. NC............. R.J. REYNOLDS

002 1,230,528

164 TOBACCO CO.-- 0745. NC............. R.J. REYNOLDS

001 1,230,528

164 TOBACCO CO.-- 0745. NC............. R.J. REYNOLDS

004 394,888

53 TOBACCO--0405. NC............. R.J. REYNOLDS

003 394,888

53 TOBACCO--0405. NC............. R.J. REYNOLDS

002 394,888

53 TOBACCO--0405. NC............. WEYERHAUSER

005 1,699,090

226 COMPANY, NEW BERN MILL. NC............. INTERNATIONAL

003 334,736

45 PAPER: REIGELWOOD. NC............. FIELDCREST-

001 745,416

99 CANNON PLT 1, KANNAPOLIS. NC............. CHAMPION INT

003 1,952,688

260 CORP. NC............. FMC CORP-LITHIUM

030 631,584

84 DIV. HWY 161. NC............. R.J. REYNOLDS

001 395,544

53 TOBACCO--0405. NC............. CHAMPION

001 1,260,555

168 INTERNATIONAL CORP. ROANOKE RAP. NC............. CHAMPION INT

002 860,880

115 CORP. NC............. CHAMPION INT

001 955,128

127 CORP. NC............. CHAMPION INT

004 1,713,192

228 CORP. NC............. WEYERHAEUSER

001 2,458,162

327 PAPER CO. PLYMOUTH. NC............. WEYERHAEUSER

007 1,888,305

251 PAPER CO. PLYMOUTH. NC............. P. H. GLATFELTER

006 1,753,584

233 CO.--ECUSTA. NC............. CONE MILLS CORP-

004 342,210

46 WHITE OAK PLANT. NJ............. CHEVRON U.S.A.,

43 496,897

28 INC.. NJ............. DUPONT DE

10 750,245

42 NEMOURS, E.I., & CO.. NJ............. HOFFMAN LAROCHE

7 102,729

6 INC. C/O ENVIR. NJ............. INTERNATIONAL

1 199,993

11 VEILING CORPORAT. NJ............. OWENS-BROCKWAY

1 1,116,375

62 GLASS CONTAINER. NJ............. NESTLE CO.,

7 120,697

7 INC., THE. NJ............. NESTLE CO.,

6 120,697

7 INC., THE. NJ............. DEGUSSA

9 146,443

8 CORPORATION- METZ DIVIS. NJ............. NEW JERSEY STEEL

1 169,934

9 CORPORATION. NJ............. DUPONT DE

7 220,757

12 NEMOURS, E.I., & CO.. NJ............. FORD MOTOR

13 1,551,857

86 COMPANY. NJ............. MERCK & CO.,

2 532,593

30 INC.. NJ............. CHEVRON U.S.A.,

1 149,721

8 INC.. NJ............. HERCULES

2 325,380

18 INCORPORATED. NJ............. HERCULES

1 333,540

19 INCORPORATED. NJ............. STONY BROOK

2 441,660

25 REGIONAL SEWERAGE. NJ............. BALL-INCON GLASS

1 456,814

25 PACKAGING COR. NJ............. PSE & G CO. ATTN

6 3,963,652

220 ENVIRONMETAL. NJ............. STONY BROOK

1 441,660

25 REGIONAL SEWERAGE. NJ............. GARDEN STATE

2 304,980

17 PAPER CO., INC.. NJ............. PSE & G CO. ATTN

1 5,505,816

306 ENVIRONMETAL. NJ............. PSE & G CO. ATTN

2 5,458,897

303 ENVIRONMETAL. NJ............. PSE & G CO. ATTN

3 4,606,176

256 ENVIRONMETAL. NJ............. PSE & G CO. ATTN

4 2,946,636

164 ENVIRONMETAL. NJ............. EXXON

7 199,993

11 CORPORATION. NJ............. MERCK & CO.,

6 902,273

50 INC..

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NJ............. EXXON

14 887,400

49 CORPORATION. NJ............. MERCK & CO.,

5 775,912

43 INC.. NJ............. HOFFMAN LAROCHE

34 396,707

22 INC.. NJ............. MERCK & CO.,

4 651,642

36 INC.. NJ............. MERCK & CO.,

3 487,689

27 INC.. NJ............. MERCK & CO.,

1 576,469

32 INC.. NJ............. EXXON

15 130,050

7 CORPORATION. NJ............. PSE & G CO. ATTN

5 2,946,636

164 ENVIRONMETAL. NJ............. GARDEN STATE

1 701,369

39 PAPER CO., INC.. NJ............. HOMASCTE COMPANY

2 2,673,335

149 NJ............. DUPONT DE

9 2,569,307

143 NEMOURS, E.I., & CO.. NJ............. GARDEN STATE

4 766,675

43 PAPER CO., INC.. NJ............. ANHEUSER-BUSCH

2 324,360

18 INCORPORATED. NJ............. GEORGIA-PACIFIC

1 148,629

8 CORPORATION. NJ............. COASTAL EAGLE

38 102,729

6 POINT OIL COMPAN. NJ............. GARDEN STATE

3 287,640

16 PAPER CO., INC.. NJ............. COASTAL EAGLE

123 331,136

18 POINT OIL COMPAN. NJ............. SCOTT PAPER

4 846,536

47 COMPANY. NJ............. SCOTT PAPER

3 644,590

36 COMPANY. NJ............. SCOTT PAPER

2 759,028

42 COMPANY. NJ............. MARINA

3 1,208,661

67 ASSOCIATES. NJ............. MARINA

2 2,143,093

119 ASSOCIATES. NJ............. MARINA

1 2,143,093

119 ASSOCIATES. NJ............. MALT PRODUCTS

1 242,614

13 CORPORATION. NJ............. PETROLEUM

20 1,536,557

85 RECYCLING, INC.. NJ............. HOMASCTE COMPANY

1 2,486,646

138 NJ............. KAMINE MILFORD

1 775,710

43 LIMITED PARTNER. NJ............. COGEN

2 365,670

20 TECHNOLOGIES--N EW JERSE. NJ............. COGEN

1 362,610

20 TECHNOLOGIES--N EW JERSE. NJ............. DUPONT DE

10 2,569,307

143 NEMOURS, E.I., & CO.. NJ............. BEST FOODS CPC

3 251,555

14 INTERNATIONAL I. NJ............. COASTAL EAGLE

39 102,729

6 POINT OIL COMPAN. NJ............. MOBIL OIL

6 953,835

53 CORPORATION. NJ............. MOBIL OIL

5 143,149

8 CORPORATION. NJ............. MOBIL OIL

4 445,797

25 CORPORATION. NJ............. MOBIL OIL

3 492,776

27 CORPORATION. NJ............. MOBIL OIL

270 127,709

7 CORPORATION. NJ............. MOBIL OIL

2 492,776

27 CORPORATION. NJ............. MOBIL OIL

1 492,776

27 CORPORATION. NJ............. COASTAL EAGLE

64 343,157

19 POINT OIL COMPAN. NJ............. COASTAL EAGLE

40 102,729

6 POINT OIL COMPAN. NY............. GEORGIA PACIFIC

001 231,568

27 CORP PLATTS. NY............. GENERAL ELECTRIC

00C 405,181

47 NY............. GENERAL ELECTRIC

02Z 393,942

46 NY............. CAMPUS PWR PLANT

006 289,170

33 OGS. NY............. KODAK PARK DIV

001 1,280,644

148 ROCHES. NY............. HOLBROOK

001 64,121

7 GENERATING STA. NY............. HOLBROOK

008 64,121

7 GENERATING STA. NY............. HOLBROOK

007 64,121

7 GENERATING STA. NY............. HOLBROOK

006 64,121

7 GENERATING STA. NY............. HOLBROOK

005 64,121

7 GENERATING STA. NY............. HOLBROOK

004 64,121

7 GENERATING STA. NY............. LEDERLE

04Y 265,593

31 LABORATORIES. NY............. HOLBROOK

002 64,121

7 GENERATING STA. NY............. HOLBROOK

00B 29,835

3 GENERATING STA. NY............. AKZO SALT--

00F 320,027

37 WATKINS GLEN REFIN.. NY............. HUDSON RIVER

007 2,361,664

273 MILL. NY............. SILICONE

0ZZ 240,744

28 PRODUCTS DIVISION. NY............. SILICONE

02F 458,291

53 PRODUCTS DIVISION. NY............. PAPYRUS NEWTON

001 297,730

34 FALLS, INC. NY............. ALCOA MASSENA

002 148,958

17 OPERATIONS. NY............. HOLBROOK

003 64,121

7 GENERATING STA. NY............. HOLBROOK

00J 29,835

3 GENERATING STA. NY............. INDECK-YERKES

004 1,622,421

188 ENERGY SERVICES TONAWAND. NY............. IONDECK SILVER

004 305,561

35 SPRINGS ENERGY. NY............. IONDECK SILVER

001 1,092,372

126 SPRINGS ENERGY. NY............. MORTON SALT

00E 209,984

24 COMPANY. NY............. REFINED SUGARS,

00K 174,420

20 INC. NY............. SCOTT PAPER CO..

001 69,283

8 NY............. HOLBROOK

009 64,121

7 GENERATING STA. NY............. HOLBROOK

00K 29,835

3 GENERATING STA. NY............. HOLBROOK

00A 64,121

7 GENERATING STA. NY............. HOLBROOK

00I 29,835

3 GENERATING STA. NY............. HOLBROOK

00G 29,835

3 GENERATING STA. NY............. HOLBROOK

00E 29,835

3 GENERATING STA. NY............. HOLBROOK

00D 29,835

3 GENERATING STA. NY............. HOLBROOK

00C 29,835

3 GENERATING STA. NY............. HOLBROOK

00F 29,835

3 GENERATING STA. NY............. FINCH PRUYN & CO

006 462,437

53 NY............. TICONDEROGA MILL

016 1,818,536

210 TICOND.

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NY............. KODAK PARK DIV

004 4,956,513

573 ROCHES. NY............. KODAK PARK DIV

003 3,716,404

430 ROCHES. NY............. KODAK PARK DIV

002 3,510,348

406 ROCHES. NY............. ................

002 104,229

12 NY............. BURROWS PAPER

001 344,043

40 CORP LYONSD. NY............. EAST 60TH STREET

001 644,130

74 NY............. CHAMPION

008 1,000,960

116 INTERNATIONAL CORP DEFERI. NY............. ................

0ZZ 305,235

35 NY............. CHEVY MOTOR PLT

0ZZ 604,888

70 TONAWA. NY............. GENERAL MILLS

06V 700,740

81 INC BUFFAL. NY............. BSC BAR PRODUCTS

00E 153,000

18 DIV. LACKAW. NY............. BETHENERGY LACK

018 338,130

39 COKE LA. NY............. LEDERLE

032 265,593

31 LABORATORIES. NY............. HOLBROOK

00H 29,835

3 GENERATING STA. NY............. ................

0ZZ 800,101

93 NY............. NESTLE FOODS

001 65,105

8 CORP.. NY............. BASF-WYANDOTTE

0ZZ 150,691

17 CORP. NY............. R. P. I.........

003 276,021

32 NY............. CHAMPION

007 1,133,560

131 INTERNATIONAL CORP DEFERI. NY............. OCCIDENTAL

006

2,448

0 CHEMICAL CORP (HOOKER CHEM. NY............. RAVENSWOOD--A--H

002 417,384

48 OUSE. NY............. RAVENSWOOD--A--H

001 417,384

48 OUSE. NY............. MILLER EASTERN

00L 298,781

35 BREWERY. NY............. A-B INC

002 175,196

20 BALDWINSVILLE BREWERY LYSAND. NY............. HOOKER EFW PLANT

0D1 690,409

80 NIAGARA. NY............. BRISTOL-MYERS

022 114,079

13 COMPANY DEWITT. NY............. OCCIDENTAL

007 27,061

3 CHEMICAL CORP (HOOKER CHEM. NY............. ROME MFG CO DIV

002 299,384

35 ROME. NY............. A-B INC

001 175,196

20 BALDWINSVILLE BREWERY LYSAND. NY............. HOOKER EFW PLANT

00C

4,896

1 NIAGARA. NY............. OSWEGO ENERGY

001 172,982

20 CENTER. NY............. HOOKER EFW PLANT

00D 965,861

112 NIAGARA. OH............. JEFFERSON

B004 788,542

89 SMURFIT (FRMLY CONTAINER CORP). OH............. PORTSMOUTH

B001 591,272

67 GASEOUS DIFFUSION PLANT. OH............. PORTSMOUTH

B002 591,272

67 GASEOUS DIFFUSION PLANT. OH............. PORTSMOUTH

B003 591,272

67 GASEOUS DIFFUSION PLANT. OH............. GREAT LAKES

B004 172,630

20 SUGAR COMPANY. OH............. MIAMI PAPER

B001 644,232

73 CORPORATION. OH............. GIBSONBURG

B001 4,265,918

484 CANNING CO., INC.. OH............. USS/KOBE STEEL

B001 957,838

109 CO.--LORAIN WORKS. OH............. MEAD CORPORATION

B002 1,778,323

202 OH............. MEAD CORPORATION

B003 2,144,090

243 OH............. MEAD CORPORATION

B001 1,579,838

179 OH............. APPLETON PAPERS

B003 716,174

81 INC.. OH............. APPLETON PAPERS

B002 541,955

61 INC.. OH............. CARGILL,INC.....

B004 834,821

95 OH............. USS/KOBE STEEL

B013 771,928

88 CO.--LORAIN WORKS. OH............. USS/KOBE STEEL

B009 574,472

65 CO.--LORAIN WORKS. OH............. USS/KOBE STEEL

B005 143,185

16 CO.--LORAIN WORKS. OH............. ARISTECH

B004 261,312

30 CHEMICAL CORPORATION. OH............. GEORGIA PACIFIC

B004 553,860

63 ROOFING FELT PLANT. OH............. SOUTH POINT

B007 862,912

98 ETHANOL. OH............. SOUTH POINT

B004 862,912

98 ETHANOL. OH............. USS/KOBE STEEL

B007 379,902

43 CO.--LORAIN WORKS. OH............. TIMKEN COMPANY

B003 402,996

46 CANTON PLANT NO 5. OH............. ARMCO STEEL

B005 898,729

102 COMPANY, L.P.. OH............. SOUTH POINT

B003 862,912

98 ETHANOL. OH............. LOF CO ROSSFORD

B003 273,700

31 PLANT 6. OH............. SHELL CHEMICAL

B007 313,620

36 CO. OH............. SHELL CHEMICAL

B005 313,620

36 CO. OH............. FRANKLIN

B001 1,138,897

129 BOXBOARD CORPORATION. OH............. W C I STEEL,

B001 1,323,261

150 INC.. OH............. GOODYEAR TIRE &

B002 751,128

85 RUBBER CO THE PLANT 11. OH............. W C I STEEL,

B004 260,389

30 INC.. OH............. TIMKEN COMPANY

X001 640,291

73 CANTON PLANT NO 5. OH............. ARISTECH

B005 384,754

44 CHEMICAL CORPORATION. OH............. TIMKEN COMPANY,

P014 285,215

32 THE. OH............. TIMKEN COMPANY,

P013 285,215

32 THE. OH............. TIMKEN COMPANY

X002 169,166

19 GAMBRINUS PLANT. OH............. TIMKEN COMPANY

X001 802,528

91 GAMBRINUS PLANT. OH............. ASHLAND

B029 167,434

19 PETROLEUM COMPANY. OH............. CANTON DROP

X001 649,528

74 FORGING & MFG CO. OH............. ARISTECH

B010 530,775

60 CHEMICAL CORPORATION. OH............. ARISTECH

B009 503,485

57 CHEMICAL CORPORATION. OH............. ARISTECH

B006 385,401

44 CHEMICAL CORPORATION. OH............. GOODYEAR TIRE &

B001 826,200

94 RUBBER CO THE PLANT 11. OH............. ARMCO STEEL

P010 1,035,705

118 COMPANY L.P.. OH............. ARMCO STEEL

B004 838,287

95 COMPANY, L.P.. OH............. ARMCO STEEL

B003 838,287

95 COMPANY, L.P.. OH............. ARMCO STEEL

860,643

98 COMPANY, L.P.01.

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OH............. ARMCO STEEL

P009 1,035,705

118 COMPANY L.P.. OH............. ARMCO STEEL

B010 511,020

58 COMPANY L.P.. OH............. ARMCO STEEL

B009 511,020

58 COMPANY L.P.. OH............. ARMCO STEEL

B008 818,504

93 COMPANY L.P.. OH............. ARMCO STEEL

B007 818,504

93 COMPANY L.P.. OH............. BP CHEMICALS,

B003 3,729,736

423 INC.. OH............. BP CHEMICALS,

B002 532,325

60 INC.. OH............. BP CHEMICALS,

B001 599,876

68 INC.. OH............. BP OIL COMPANY--

P010 1,224,000

139 LIMA REFINERY. OH............. GENERAL ELECTRIC

B004 166,309

19 CO. OH............. PROCTER & GAMBLE

B021 932,754

106 CO. OH............. WHEELING

B004 125,864

14 PITTSBURGH STEEL STEUBENVILLE S. OH............. ARMCO STEEL

P012 1,035,705

118 COMPANY L.P.. OH............. PROCTER & GAMBLE

B022 5,348,925

607 CO. OH............. HENKEL CORP.--

B027 3,846,420

436 EMERY GROUP. OH............. HENKEL CORP.--

B015 681,360

77 EMERY GROUP. OH............. HENKEL CORP.--

B014 317,220

36 EMERY GROUP. OH............. ANHEUSER-BUSCH

X001 302,149

34 COLUMBUS BREWERY. OH............. FAIRFIELD

B003 192,697

22 RECYCLED PAPER, INC.. OH............. GENERAL ELECTRIC

B002 1,240,166

141 CO. OH............. LTV STEEL

B905 87,181

10 COMPANY, INC.. OH............. LTV STEEL

B009 707,842

80 COMPANY, INC.. OH............. LTV STEEL

B005 473,434

54 COMPANY, INC.. OH............. LTV STEEL

B007 527,014

60 COMPANY, INC.. OH............. LTV STEEL

B004 632,208

72 COMPANY, INC.. OH............. LTV STEEL

B010 192,838

22 COMPANY, INC.. OH............. LTV STEEL

B001 575,218

65 COMPANY, INC.. OH............. LTV STEEL

B002 931,161

106 COMPANY, INC.. OH............. LTV STEEL

B003 437,625

50 COMPANY, INC.. OH............. LTV STEEL

B004 1,008,422

114 COMPANY, INC.. OH............. LTV STEEL

B005 259,811

29 COMPANY, INC.. OH............. LTV STEEL

B006 202,653

23 COMPANY, INC.. PA............. INTERNATIONAL

040 662,852

68 PAPER CO.. PA............. ALLIED CHEMICAL

052 844,191

87 CORP. PA............. TEXAS EASTERN

032 753,026

77 GAS PIPELINE CO. PA............. GENERAL ELECTRIC

035 627,589

65 CO.. PA............. MERCK SHARP &

039 532,174

55 DOHME. PA............. BETHLEHEM STEEL

041 639,151

66 CORP.. PA............. BETHLEHEM STEEL

042 835,995

86 CORP.. PA............. BETHLEHEM STEEL

067 1,333,002

137 CORP.. PA............. BETHLEHEM STEEL

147 3,110,558

320 CORP.. PA............. GENERAL ELECTRIC

032 1,000,620

103 CO.. PA............. SUN REFINING AND

006 450,087

46 MARKETING 1 O. PA............. SUN REFINING AND

007 740,245

76 MARKETING 1 O. PA............. SUN REFINING AND

038 549,423

57 MARKETING 1 O. PA............. SUN REFINING AND

039 549,423

57 MARKETING 1 O. PA............. PROCTER & GAMBLE

932 5,618,055

578 PAPER PRODUCTS CO.. PA............. ALLIED CHEMICAL

051 175,625

18 CORP. PA............. JEFFERSON

001 724,340

75 SMURFIT (FRMLY CONTAINER CORP). PA............. MONESSEN INC....

031 252,039

26 PA............. PROCTER & GAMBLE

035 2,522,800

259 PAPER PRODUCTS CO.. PA............. INTERNATIONAL

037 1,029,159

106 PAPER CO.. PA............. ALLIED CHEMICAL

050 100,620

10 CORP. PA............. LTV STEEL

17 114,361

12 COMPANY--PITTSB URGH WORKS. PA............. GLATFELTER, P.

031 1,030,727

106 H. CO.. PA............. LTV STEEL

15 114,361

12 COMPANY--PITTSB URGH WORKS. PA............. LTV STEEL

19 157,590

16 COMPANY--PITTSB URGH WORKS. PA............. LTV STEEL

21 95,486

10 COMPANY--PITTSB URGH WORKS. PA............. SHENANGO IRON &

06 168,766

17 COKE WORKS. PA............. SHENANGO IRON &

09 137,678

14 COKE WORKS. PA............. BMG ASPHALT CO..

101 30,943

3 PA............. ZINC CORPORATION

034 1,498,461

154 OF AMERICA. PA............. ZINC CORPORATION

035 1,759,488

181 OF AMERICA. PA............. UNITED STATES

043 999,098

103 STEEL CORP., THE. PA............. BP OIL, INC.....

033 1,234,200

127 PA............. PENNTECH PAPERS,

041 1,063,116

109 INC.. PA............. UNITED STATES

045 1,172,194

121 STEEL CORP., THE. PA............. PENNTECH PAPERS,

040 978,703

101 INC.. PA............. SUN REFINING &

090 2,212,658

228 MARKETING CO.. PA............. SCOTT PAPER CO..

035 2,173,948

224 PA............. SCOTT PAPER CO..

034 858,330

88 PA............. INTERNATIONAL

034 1,099,800

113 PAPER COMPANY. PA............. INTERNATIONAL

033 1,100,520

113 PAPER COMPANY. PA............. BETHLEHEM STEEL

132 981,509

101 CORP.. PA............. UNITED STATES

046 982,367

101 STEEL CORP., THE. TN............. EASTMAN, TENN.

002 540,192

64 CO. TN............. EASTMAN, TENN.

001 540,192

64 CO. TN............. KRAFT FOOD

003 621,815

74 INGREDIENTS CORP. TN............. HUMKO-DIV WITCO

010 453,804

54 CHEM. TN............. HUMKO-DIV WITCO

009 468,815

55 CHEM.

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TN............. ARCADIAN

007 1,274,808

151 CORPORATION. TN............. E.I. DUPONT DE

011 3,364,846

398 NEMOURS & INTERMEDIATES. TN............. E.I. DUPONT DE

016 612,000

72 NEMOURS & INTERMEDIATES. TN............. E.I. DUPONT DE

013 1,453,211

172 NEMOURS & INTERMEDIATES. TN............. EASTMAN, TENN.

003 618,528

73 CO. TN............. TEXAS EASTERN

001 1,373,523

162 GAS PIPELINE GLADEVILLE. TN............. E.I. DUPONT DE

015 1,019,615

121 NEMOURS & INTERMEDIATES. TN............. EASTMAN, TENN.

004 618,528

73 CO. TN............. EASTMAN, TENN.

005 673,200

80 CO. TN............. EASTMAN, TENN.

006 673,200

80 CO. TN............. EASTMAN, TENN.

013 881,816

104 CO. TN............. EASTMAN, TENN.

014 881,816

104 CO. TN............. EASTMAN, TENN.

015 2,913,528

345 CO. TN............. EASTMAN, TENN.

016 2,913,528

345 CO. TN............. EASTMAN, TENN.

017 2,913,528

345 CO. TN............. EASTMAN, TENN.

019 2,913,528

345 CO. TN............. TENN EASTMAN CO

037 3,607,944

427 PO BOX 511 KINGSPOR. TN............. E.I. DUPONT DE

010 3,849,249

455 NEMOURS & INTERMEDIATES. TN............. MEAD CORP.......

009 1,916,449

227 TN............. EASTMAN, TENN.

018 2,913,528

345 CO. TN............. E I DUPONT DE

0P3 328,104

39 NEMOURS & CO INC. TN............. PROCTER & GAMBLE

003 2,345,808

277 CELLULOSE COMPANY, THE. TN............. TN EASTMAN INC..

059 786,362

93 TN............. ARNOLD

006 10,751

1 ENGINEERING DEV CTR. TN............. E I DUPONT DE

0P2 1,000,824

118 NEMOURS & CO INC. TN............. BASF FIBERS HWY

008 869,725

103 160 LOWLAND. TN............. BASF FIBERS HWY

009 869,725

103 160 LOWLAND. TN............. CENTRAL SOYA....

042 1,051,978

124 TN............. E I DUPONT......

001 325,022

38 TN............. E I DUPONT......

003 463,154

55 TN............. VELSICOL

018 342,389

40 CHEMICAL. TN............. PACKAGING

017 224,205

27 CORPORATION OF AMERICA. TN............. PACKAGING

018 3,522,121

416 CORPORATION OF AMERICA. TN............. CARGILL

003 1,487,976

176 CORNSTARCH. TN............. E I DUPONT DE

0P1 403,704

48 NEMOURS & CO INC. TN............. TENNECO GAS/

001 481,255

57 ENVIRONMENTAL DEPARTMENT. TN............. PROCTER & GAMBLE

002 2,462,434

291 CELLULOSE COMPANY, THE. TN............. PROCTER & GAMBLE

001 617,774

73 CELLULOSE COMPANY, THE. TN............. CARGILL

002 1,280,108

151 CORNSTARCH. TN............. BRIDGESTONE

001 363,659

43 (U.S.A.), INC. TN............. US DEPARTMENT OF

003 58,562

7 ENERGY (ORNL). TN............. GOODYEAR TIRE &

004 1,095,940

130 RUBB. TN............. BOWATERS PAPER

012 1,087,729

129 CO. TN............. BOWATERS PAPER

011 1,086,881

129 CO. TN............. A.E. STALEY

035 1,189,514

141 MANUFACTURING COMPANY. TN............. A.E. STALEY

034 1,189,514

141 MANUFACTURING COMPANY. VA............. BEAR ISLAND

001 2,206,643

201 PAPER CO. VA............. JAMES RIVER

002 3,761,847

342 COGENERATION (COGE. VA............. SMITHFIELD

001 96,591

9 PACKING. VA............. DUPONT DE

004 285,120

26 NEMOURS E I & CO. VA............. DUPONT DE

005 406,080

37 NEMOURS E I & CO. VA............. UNION CAMP CORP/

003 1,703,400

155 FINE PAPER DIV. VA............. UNION CAMP CORP/

005 384,182

35 FINE PAPER DIV. VA............. UNION CAMP CORP/

017 632,549

58 FINE PAPER DIV. VA............. DUPONT DE

001 360,720

33 NEMOURS E I & CO. VA............. CHESAPEAKE PAPER

003 1,950,681

178 PDTS CO. VA............. CHESAPEAKE PAPER

004 487,946

44 PDTS CO. VA............. STONE CONTAINER

004 5,141,951

468 CORP. VA............. ALLIED-SIGNAL

002 5,140,799

468 INC. VA............. ALLIED-SIGNAL

016 7,509,947

684 INC. VA............. JAMES RIVER

001 3,761,847

342 COGENERATION (COGE. VA............. HOECHST CELANESE

007 911,520

83 CORP. VA............. UNION CAMP CORP/

004 2,379,652

217 FINE PAPER DIV. VA............. ALLIED-SIGNAL

017 595,170

54 INC. VA............. WESTVACO CORP...

002 1,076,877

98 VA............. UNION CAMP CORP/

016 380,432

35 FINE PAPER DIV. VA............. HOECHST CELANESE

006 877,200

80 CORP. VA............. WESTVACO CORP...

001 1,413,167

129 VA............. WESTVACO CORP...

003 1,545,951

141 VA............. WESTVACO CORP...

004 2,616,233

238 VA............. DUPONT, EI

001 401,760

37 DENEMOURS & CO. VA............. DUPONT, EI

002 532,691

48 DENEMOURS & CO. VA............. DUPONT, EI

003 373,553

34 DENEMOURS & CO. VA............. GEORGIA-PACIFIC.

002 673,368

61 VA............. E I DUPONT DE

004 1,344,182

122 NEMOURS & CO. VA............. HOECHST CELANESE

003 885,360

81 CORP. VA............. E I DUPONT DE

006 1,281,074

117 NEMOURS & CO. VA............. E I DUPONT DE

007 978,350

89 NEMOURS & CO. VA............. HOECHST CELANESE

005 656,880

60 CORP. VA............. E I DUPONT DE

008 1,272,956

116 NEMOURS & CO.

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VA............. HOECHST CELANESE

002 612,000

56 CORP. VA............. E I DUPONT DE

005 1,202,326

109 NEMOURS & CO. VA............. HOECHST CELANESE

004 226,800

21 CORP. WV............. ELKEM METALS

016 435,240

58 COMPANY--ALLOY P. WV............. DU PONT--BELLE..

0ZD 844,340

113 WV............. BASF CORPORATION

003 312,814

42 HUNTINGTON WO. WV............. WEIRTON STEEL

030 1,209,426

161 CORPORATION. WV............. WEIRTON STEEL

088 500,915

67 CORPORATION. WV............. WEIRTON STEEL

089 305,643

41 CORPORATION. WV............. WEIRTON STEEL

090 585,781

78 CORPORATION. WV............. WEIRTON STEEL

091 580,467

77 CORPORATION. WV............. WEIRTON STEEL

092 721,698

96 CORPORATION. WV............. WEIRTON STEEL

093 702,068

94 CORPORATION. WV............. QUAKER STATE

001 693,049

92 REFINING CORP. --. WV............. QUAKER STATE

002 709,589

95 REFINING CORP. --. WV............. QUAKER STATE

004 743,213

99 REFINING CORP. --. WV............. DU PONT--BELLE..

0ZA 1,046,722

140 WV............. WEIRTON STEEL

087 413,954

55 CORPORATION. WV............. DU PONT--BELLE..

0ZC 380,180

51 WV............. DU PONT

0P6 803,015

107 WASHINGTON WORKS. WV............. DU PONT--BELLE..

0ZE 1,079,138

144 WV............. FMC CORPORATION--

003 4,423,563

590 STEAM PLANT. WV............. UNION CARBIDE--

0B1 737,843

98 SOUTH CHARLEST. WV............. PPG INDUSTRIES,

001 1,402,296

187 INC. WV............. PPG INDUSTRIES,

002 824,976

110 INC. WV............. PPG INDUSTRIES,

003 2,445,280

326 INC. WV............. BAYER

022 206,694

28 CORPORATION. WV............. COLUMBIAN

032 296,762

40 CHEMICALS CO. WV............. CYTEC INDUSTRIES

OWA 362,304

48 WV............. CYTEC INDUSTRIES

OWB 362,304

48 WV............. DU PONT

OP4 351,654

47 WASHINGTON WORKS. WV............. DU PONT

OP5 608,426

81 WASHINGTON WORKS. WV............. DU PONT--BELLE..

OZB 898,968

120

Appendix B to Part 97--NO‹INF›x ‹/INF›Allowance Allocation Tables for Affected Sources Under Section 110 of the Act in Georgia, South Carolina, and Wisconsin

Table B.1.--Allocations to Fossil Fuel-Fired EGUs by mmBtu and MWh

Unit

Unit average of average of two highest two Highest Unit

Unit State

Plant ID Point ID

Plant

of 1995, of 1995, allocations allocation 1996, or 1996, or by HI s by MWh 1997 summer 1997 summer HI

MWh

GA............

699 1

ARKWRIGHT...... 576,855 55,467

45

42 GA............

699 2

ARKWRIGHT...... 586,172 56,363

46

43 GA............

699 3

ARKWRIGHT...... 699,177 67,229

55

51 GA............

699 4

ARKWRIGHT...... 629,120 60,492

49

46 GA............

700 A2

ATKINSON....... 906,420 85,511

71

65 GA............

700 A3

ATKINSON....... 817,568 62,880

64

48 GA............

700 A4

ATKINSON....... 754,261 58,199

59

44 GA............

703 1BLR

BOWEN.......... 21,604,980 2,244,673

1,696

1,713 GA............

703 2BLR

BOWEN.......... 22,900,012 2,406,980

1,798

1,837 GA............

703 3BLR

BOWEN.......... 28,660,178 3,033,144

2,250

2,314 GA............

703 4BLR

BOWEN.......... 26,354,043 2,794,110

2,069

2,132 GA............

708 1

HAMMOND........ 2,110,931 210,861

166

161 GA............

708 2

HAMMOND........ 2,040,405 191,336

160

146 GA............

708 3

HAMMOND........ 2,025,655 192,480

159

147 GA............

708 4

HAMMOND........ 10,921,707 1,088,470

858

831 GA............

709 1

HARLLEE BRANCH. 6,718,809 684,684

528

522 GA............

709 2

HARLLEE BRANCH. 8,055,215 830,949

632

634 GA............

709 3

HARLLEE BRANCH. 13,120,649 1,392,407

1,030

1,062 GA............

709 4

HARLLEE BRANCH. 13,892,588 1,492,864

1,091

1,139 GA............

54538 MAG1

HARTWELL ENERGY 22,233

2,616

2

2 FACILITY. GA............

54538 MAG2

HARTWELL ENERGY 26,322

3,097

2

2 FACILITY. GA............

710 MB1

JACK MCDONOUGH. 6,978,996 702,254

548

536 GA............

710 MB2

JACK MCDONOUGH. 7,807,471 791,913

613

604 GA............

733 1

KRAFT.......... 1,099,803 97,856

86

75 GA............

733 2

KRAFT.......... 981,804 89,917

77

69 GA............

733 3

KRAFT.......... 1,950,273 184,023

153

140 GA............

733 4

KRAFT.......... 664,593 65,769

52

50 GA............

6124 1

MCINTOSH....... 4,024,081 410,746

316

313 GA............

6124 --CT3

MCINTOSH....... 345,688 26,942

27

21 GA............

6124 --CT4

MCINTOSH....... 325,133 25,340

26

19 GA............

6124 --CT5

MCINTOSH....... 341,543 26,619

27

20 GA............

6124 --CT6

MCINTOSH....... 340,759 26,557

27

20 GA............

6124 --CT7

MCINTOSH....... 315,416 32,195

25

25

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GA............

6124 --CT8

MCINTOSH....... 328,841 33,565

26

26 GA............

715 1

MCMANUS........ 589,903 55,651

46

42 GA............

715 2

MCMANUS........ 954,370 94,027

75

72 GA............

727 3

MITCHELL....... 3,043,908 306,784

239

234 GA............

734 12

RIVERSIDE...... 193,852 17,000

15

13 GA............

7348 CT1

ROBINS......... 268,614 31,602

21

24 GA............

7348 CT2

ROBINS......... 292,814 34,449

23

26 GA............

6257 1

SCHERER........ 23,234,939 2,383,804

1,824

1,819 GA............

6257 2

SCHERER........ 24,621,510 2,553,039

1,933

1,948 GA............

6257 3

SCHERER........ 25,671,808 2,581,378

2,016

1,970 GA............

6257 4

SCHERER........ 29,025,526 2,918,605

2,279

2,227 GA............

6052 1

WANSLEY........ 21,381,911 2,300,367

1,679

1,755 GA............

6052 2

WANSLEY........ 21,242,550 2,283,163

1,668

1,742 GA............

6052 --5A

WANSLEY........ 100,644

7,625

8

6 GA............

728 Y1BR

YATES.......... 1,867,410 161,164

147

123 GA............

728 Y2BR

YATES.......... 2,067,213 182,165

162

139 GA............

728 Y3BR

YATES.......... 1,867,344 156,630

147

120 GA............

728 Y4BR

YATES.......... 2,626,026 261,739

206

200 GA............

728 Y5BR

YATES.......... 2,296,410 221,000

180

169 GA............

728 Y6BR

YATES.......... 6,632,004 659,048

521

503 GA............

728 Y7BR

YATES.......... 6,805,284 689,632

534

526 SC............

3280 CAN1

CANADYS STEAM.. 2,869,700 284,129

282

276 SC............

3280 CAN2

CANADYS STEAM.. 3,511,752 347,698

345

338 SC............

3280 CAN3

CANADYS STEAM.. 4,088,313 400,815

401

389 SC............

7210 COP1

COPE........... 10,227,161 983,381

1,004

955 SC............

130 1

CROSS.......... 15,587,385 1,640,777

1,530

1,594 SC............

130 2

CROSS.......... 14,641,271 1,534,724

1,437

1,491 SC............

3317 1

DOLPHUS M

1,668,846 160,899

164

156 GRAINGER. SC............

3317 2

DOLPHUS M

1,453,280 140,549

143

137 GRAINGER. SC............

3251 1

H B ROBINSON... 4,576,700 469,984

449

457 SC............

3285 --4

HAGOOD......... 195,876 15,853

19

15 SC............

3318 --3

HILTON HEAD.... 96,373

7,301

9

7 SC............

3319 1

JEFFERIES...... 87,283

8,234

9

8 SC............

3319 2

JEFFERIES...... 95,610

9,020

9

9 SC............

3319 3

JEFFERIES...... 3,609,158 356,460

354

346 SC............

3319 4

JEFFERIES...... 3,821,882 385,309

375

374 SC............

3287 MCM1

MCMEEKIN....... 4,125,180 438,849

405

426 SC............

3287 MCM2

MCMEEKIN....... 3,928,408 417,916

386

406 SC............

50806 ST__NER

STONE CONTAINER 1,347,859 127,157

132

124 SC............

3295 URQ1

URQUHART....... 2,118,629 207,709

208

202 SC............

3295 URQ2

URQUHART....... 2,190,221 214,728

215

209 SC............

3295 URQ3

URQUHART....... 3,017,055 307,863

296

299 SC............

3264 1

W S LEE........ 1,529,058 130,232

150

127 SC............

3264 2

W S LEE........ 1,653,216 148,138

162

144 SC............

3264 3

W S LEE........ 2,934,022 293,402

288

285 SC............

3264 --4

W S LEE........ 50,719

3,559

5

3 SC............

3297 WAT1

WATEREE........ 8,329,168 849,915

818

826 SC............

3297 WAT2

WATEREE........ 10,033,636 1,023,840

985

995 SC............

3298 WIL1

WILLIAMS....... 20,429,832 2,084,677

2,006

2,025 SC............

6249 1

WINYAH......... 7,076,385 728,773

695

708 SC............

6249 2

WINYAH......... 7,783,646 780,472

764

758 SC............

6249 3

WINYAH......... 6,588,503 620,913

647

603 SC............

6249 4

WINYAH......... 7,930,443 802,758

779

780 WI............

4140 B4

ALMA........... 906,033 82,667

68

64 WI............

4140 B5

ALMA........... 1,322,085 127,590

99

99 WI............ ........... 2

ARCADIA

359

25

0

0 MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC. WI............ ........... 3

ARCADIA

181

13

0

0 MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC. WI............ ........... 4

ARCADIA

78

5

0

0 MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC. WI............ ........... 5

ARCADIA

4,411

310

0

0 MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC. WI............ ........... CT1

BEACH..........

8,810

618

1

0 WI............

3992 8

BLOUNT STREET.. 746,085 61,609

56

48 WI............

3992 9

BLOUNT STREET.. 883,198 72,931

66

56 WI............

8023 1

COLUMBIA....... 17,697,465 1,721,376

1,328

1,333 WI............

8023 2

COLUMBIA....... 19,254,893 1,881,831

1,445

1,458 WI............

7159 --1

CONCORD........ 234,673 19,126

18

15 WI............

7159 --2

CONCORD........ 252,008 20,539

19

16 WI............

7159 --3

CONCORD........ 222,583 16,862

17

13 WI............

7159 --4

CONCORD........ 217,995 16,515

16

13 WI............ ........... .............. CUMBERLAND

193

14

0

0 MUNICIPAL UTILITY. WI............ ........... .............. CUMBERLAND

280

20

0

0 MUNICIPAL UTILITY. WI............ ........... .............. CUMBERLAND

374

26

0

0 MUNICIPAL UTILITY. WI............ ........... .............. CUMBERLAND

584

41

0

0 MUNICIPAL UTILITY. WI............ ........... 1

DANBURY........

65

5

0

0 WI............ ........... 2

DANBURY........

73

5

0

0 WI............ ........... 3

DANBURY........

158

11

0

0 WI............

4050 3

EDGEWATER...... 1,632,111 139,963

122

108

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WI............

4050 4

EDGEWATER...... 8,821,558 917,097

662

710 WI............

4050 5

EDGEWATER...... 12,812,254 1,206,427

961

935 WI............ ........... 1

FITCHBURG...... 93,659

6,573

7

5 WI............ ........... 2

FITCHBURG...... 90,110

6,323

7

5 WI............ ........... CT1

FLAMBEAU....... 78,623

5,517

6

4 WI............ ........... 2

FREDERIC.......

20

1

0

0 WI............ ........... 3

FREDERIC.......

19

1

0

0 WI............ ........... 4

FREDERIC.......

144

10

0

0 WI............ ........... 5

FREDERIC.......

103

7

0

0 WI............ ........... 6

FREDERIC.......

705

49

0

0 WI............ ........... 7

FREDERIC.......

871

61

0

0 WI............ ........... CT1

FRENCH ISLAND.. 56,592

4,287

4

3 WI............ ........... CT2

FRENCH ISLAND.. 20,835

1,578

2

1 WI............

4143 1

GENOA.......... 9,095,142 1,001,668

682

776 WI............

6253 --1

GERMANTOWN..... 107,413

8,137

8

6 WI............

6253 --2

GERMANTOWN..... 107,413

8,137

8

6 WI............

6253 --3

GERMANTOWN..... 107,413

8,137

8

6 WI............

6253 --4

GERMANTOWN..... 107,413

8,137

8

6 WI............

4271 B1

J P MADGETT.... 9,339,971 841,818

701

652 WI............ ........... CT1

MANITOWOC...... 21,524

1,510

2

1 WI............ ........... 31

MARINETTE...... 76,764

5,387

6

4 WI............ ........... 32

MARINETTE...... 22,262

1,562

2

1 WI............ ........... 33

MARINETTE...... 383,016 29,016

29

22 WI............

54851 GT__MSD

MMSD........... 22,263

1,562

2

1 WI............

4054 1

NELSON DEWEY... 2,969,241 276,363

223

214 WI............

4054 2

NELSON DEWEY... 3,141,352 301,995

236

234 WI............ ........... 1

NINE SPRINGS... 16,452

1,155

1

1 WI............ ........... .............. Northwestern

37

3

0

0 Wisconsin Electric Com. WI............ ........... .............. Northwestern

50

4

0

0 Wisconsin Electric Com. WI............ ........... .............. Northwestern

391

27

0

0 Wisconsin Electric Com. WI............ ........... .............. Northwestern

1,127

79

0

0 Wisconsin Electric Com. WI............

7270 **1

PARIS.......... 382,238 28,957

29

22 WI............

7270 **2

PARIS.......... 487,654 36,943

37

29 WI............

7270 **3

PARIS.......... 524,161 39,709

39

31 WI............

7270 **4

PARIS.......... 386,103 29,250

29

23 WI............

6170 1

PLEASANT

23,012,814 2,129,633

1,727

1,650 PRAIRIE. WI............

6170 2

PLEASANT

21,265,904 1,967,972

1,596

1,524 PRAIRIE. WI............ ........... AUX1

PLEASANT

18,405

1,736

1

1 PRAIRIE. WI............ ........... AUX2

PLEASANT

10,617

1,002

1

1 PRAIRIE. WI............

4040 1

PORT WASHINGTON 1,295,715 124,588

97

97 WI............

4040 2

PORT WASHINGTON 1,613,882 155,660

121

121 WI............

4040 3

PORT WASHINGTON 1,719,476 167,362

129

130 WI............

4040 4

PORT WASHINGTON 1,439,805 140,141

108

109 WI............

4072 4

PULLIAM........ 395,870 38,064

30

29 WI............

4072 5

PULLIAM........ 1,150,234 94,904

86

74 WI............

4072 6

PULLIAM........ 1,994,261 167,726

150

130 WI............

4072 7

PULLIAM........ 2,684,757 258,722

201

200 WI............

4072 8

PULLIAM........ 4,610,833 453,020

346

351 WI............ ........... 3

RIVER FALLS

36

3

0

0 MUNICIPAL UTILITY. WI............ ........... 5

RIVER FALLS

2,527

177

0

0 MUNICIPAL UTILITY. WI............ ........... 7

RIVER FALLS

11,357

797

1

1 MUNICIPAL UTILITY. WI............

4057 1

ROCK RIVER..... 1,999,193 168,666

150

131 WI............

4057 2

ROCK RIVER..... 2,050,594 170,174

154

132 WI............ ........... 3

ROCK RIVER..... 29,868

2,096

2

2 WI............ ........... 4

ROCK RIVER..... 15,112

1,060

1

1 WI............ ........... 5

ROCK RIVER..... 166,306 12,599

12

10 WI............ ........... 6

ROCK RIVER..... 70,005

5,303

5

4 WI............ ........... 30

SHEEPSKIN...... 124,716

8,752

9

7 WI............

7203 **CT1

SOUTH FOND DU

262,538 19,889

20

15 LAC. WI............

7203 **CT2

SOUTH FOND DU

275,481 18,992

21

15 LAC. WI............

7203 **CT3

SOUTH FOND DU

260,349 18,555

20

14 LAC. WI............

4041 5

SOUTH OAK CREEK 5,906,838 667,439

443

517 WI............

4041 6

SOUTH OAK CREEK 6,206,014 701,244

466

543 WI............

4041 7

SOUTH OAK CREEK 8,697,896 978,611

653

758 WI............

4041 8

SOUTH OAK CREEK 8,278,088 921,016

621

713 WI............ ........... 1

SYCAMORE....... 33,342

2,340

3

2 WI............ ........... 2

SYCAMORE....... 73,840

5,182

6

4 WI............

4042 1

VALLEY......... 1,387,542 119,133

104

92 WI............

4042 2

VALLEY......... 1,420,141 121,932

107

94 WI............

4042 3

VALLEY......... 1,856,188 158,014

139

122 WI............

4042 4

VALLEY......... 1,745,618 148,601

131

115 WI............ ........... CT1

WASHINGTON

75

5

0

0 ISLAND ELECTRIC COOPERAT. WI............ ........... CT2

WASHINGTON

46

3

0

0 ISLAND ELECTRIC COOPERAT. WI............ ........... CT3

WASHINGTON

3

0

0

0 ISLAND ELECTRIC COOPERAT. WI............ ........... CT4

WASHINGTON

94

7

0

0 ISLAND ELECTRIC COOPERAT. WI............ ........... CT5

WASHINGTON

153

11

0

0 ISLAND ELECTRIC COOPERAT.

[[Page 56390]]

WI............ ........... CT6

WASHINGTON

270

19

0

0 ISLAND ELECTRIC COOPERAT. WI............

4076 --33

WEST MARINETTE. 227,932 18,531

17

14 WI............

4078 1

WESTON......... 1,706,613 143,124

128

111 WI............

4078 2

WESTON......... 2,947,494 274,594

221

213 WI............

4078 3

WESTON......... 12,197,388 1,197,819

915

928 WI............ ........... 1

WHEATON........ 52,813

4,001

4

3 WI............ ........... 2

WHEATON........ 58,350

4,420

4

3 WI............ ........... 3

WHEATON........ 48,564

3,679

4

3 WI............ ........... 4

WHEATON........ 40,981

3,105

3

2 WI............ ........... 5

WHEATON........ 23,635

1,791

2

1 WI............ ........... 6

WHEATON........ 17,227

1,305

1

1

Table B.2.--Allocations to Non-EGUs by mmBtu

Unit State

Plant

Point ID Unit 1995 allocations summer HI by HI

GA............. MERCK & CO INC..

004 1,137,138

134 GA............. FEDERAL PAPER

007 2,551,114

300 BOARD CO INC. GA............. DSM CHEMICALS

001 1,137,974

134 NORTH AMERICA INC. GA............. PACKAGING CORP

015 1,239,138

146 OF AMERICA. GA............. INTERSTATE PAPER

006 771,395

91 CORP. GA............. CARGILL.........

001 461,546

54 GA............. BLUE............

001 25,892

3 GA............. INLAND-ROME.....

001 986,136

116 GA............. GILMAN PAPER CO

003 1,715,895

202 ST MARYS KRAFT BAG. GA............. AUSTELL.........

001 1,507,475

177 GA............. FEDERAL PAPER

008 3,189,139

375 BOARD CO INC. GA............. GILMAN PAPER CO

016 2,130,015

250 ST MARYS KRAFT BAG. GA............. UNION CAMP CORP.

018

1,404

0 GA............. UNION CAMP CORP.

019 1,749,095

206 GA............. UNION CAMP CORP.

020 3,300,620

388 GA............. UNION CAMP CORP.

021 4,611,960

542 GA............. SAVANNAH SUGAR

017 370,056

44 REFINERY. SC............. SPRINGS

004 93,432

13 IND:GRACE. SC............. HOECHST/

005 1,284,708

175 CEL:ROCKHILL. SC............. GOODYEAR:SPARTAN

001

5,196

1 BURG. SC............. CAROLINA EASTMAN

005 823,637

112 CO. SC............. CAROLINA EASTMAN

006 348,861

48 CO. SC............. GASTON COPPER

006 151,636

21 RECYCL. SC............. WILLAMETTE:BNVL

005 552,532

75 PULP. SC............. UNION

001 2,637,388

360 CAMP:EASTOVER. SC............. CAROLINA EASTMAN

004 1,224,571

167 CO. SC............. TRANDCENTNTL

005 16,691

2 PIPELINE. SC............. BOWATER CAROLINA

001 66,597

9 CO. SC............. HOECHST/

001 858,080

117 CEL:ROCKHILL. SC............. HOECHST/

002 858,080

117 CEL:ROCKHILL. SC............. HOECHST/

004 1,284,708

175 CEL:ROCKHILL. SC............. HOECHST/

006 1,352,714

185 CEL:ROCKHILL. SC............. DUPONT,EI:MAY

015 1,058,715

145 PLANT. SC............. SPRINGS

003 962,472

131 IND:GRACE. SC............. HOECHST/

003 858,080

117 CEL:ROCKHILL. SC............. WESTVACO:KRAFT

007 1,534,180

210 DIV. SC............. CAROLINA EASTMAN

003 1,174,931

160 CO. SC............. DUPONT, EI:MAY

014 1,110,177

152 PLANT. SC............. SAVANNAH R

001 322,804

44 PL:AREA D. SC............. SAVANNAH R

002 1,160,658

159 PL:AREA D. SC............. SAVANNAH R

003 270,000

37 PL:AREA D. SC............. WESTVACO:KRAFT

003 604,557

83 DIV. SC............. SONOCO:HARTSVILL

003 992,068

135 E. SC............. SONOCO:HARTSVILL

004 1,245,367

170 E. SC............. STONE

002 699,348

96 CONT:FLORENCE. SC............. US AIRFORCE:MRTL

007

1,246

0 BCH. SC............. STONE

010 4,460,897

609 CONT:FLORENCE. SC............. US FINISHING....

004 12,125

2 SC............. US FINISHING....

005

6,928

1 SC............. US FINISHING....

006

1,155

0 SC............. CAROTELL PAPER

004 17,136

2 BOARD. SC............. US AIRFORCE:MRTL

005

2,476

0 BCH. SC............. STONE

004 1,736,541

237 CONT:FLORENCE. SC............. SAVANNAH R

004 501,768

69 PL:AREA D. WI............. LADISH MALTING

B28 79,675

12 CO. WI............. TENNECO

B30

8,660

1 PACKAGING INC. WI............. A.A. LAUN

B21

0

0 FURNITURE CO. WI............. MILLER BREWING

B20 465,928

71 COMPANY MILWAUKEE PLANT.

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WI............. PROCTER & GAMBLE

B06 193,276

30 PAPER PRODUCTS COMPANY. WI............. WIS DOA / UW-

B20 32,909

5 MILWAUKEE POWER PLANT. WI............. ST. JOSEPH'S

T07

577

0 HOSPITAL. WI............. WAUSAU PAPER

B25 65,242

10 MILLS COMPANY. WI............. WIS DOA / UW

B25 256,925

39 MADISON--CHARTE R ST. WI............. WIS DOA / UW

B21 608,077

93 MADISON--CHARTE R ST. WI............. FORT HOWARD

B26 1,448,966

222 CORPORATION. WI............. PROCTER & GAMBLE

B05 80,349

12 PAPER PRODUCTS COMPANY. WI............. PROCTER & GAMBLE

B07 116,626

18 PAPER PRODUCTS COMPANY. WI............. JAMES RIVER

B01 419,007

64 CORPORATION--GR EEN BAY MILL. WI............. ST. JOSEPH'S

T08

577

0 HOSPITAL. WI............. ANDIS COMPANY...

B10

577

0 WI............. FORT HOWARD

B29 1,785,381

273 CORPORATION. WI............. FORT HOWARD

B27 2,670,322

409 CORPORATION. WI............. GREAT LAKES GAS

P01 716,318

110 TRANSMISSION- COMP STATIO. WI............. ANDIS COMPANY...

B11

0

0 WI............. BURNETT MEDICAL

B22

1,155

0 CENTER. WI............. CONSOLIDATED

B24 70,438

11 PAPERS INC- KRAFT DIV. WI............. CONSOLIDATED

B21 1,286,371

197 PAPERS INC- KRAFT DIV. WI............. NEKOOSA PAPERS

B24 848,238

130 INC NEKOOSA MILL. WI............. CONSOLIDATED

B20 1,566,432

240 PAPERS INC- KRAFT DIV. WI............. CONSOL PAPERS

B24 1,538,813

236 INC BIRON DIV. WI............. FLAMBEAU PAPER

I50

9,815

2 CORP. WI............. DELUXE CHECK

B20

1,732

0 PRINTERS. WI............. HYDRO-PLATERS,

B01

0

0 INC. WI............. BLOUNT INC.

B20

1,155

0 FORESTY & INDUSTRIAL EQUIP D. WI............. APPLETON PAPERS

B23 1,453,493

223 INC LOCKS MILL. WI............. APPLETON PAPERS

B05 35,796

5 INC LOCKS MILL. WI............. THILMANY PULP &

B11 1,460,691

224 PAPER COMPANY. WI............. RHINELANDER

B26 1,370,808

210 PAPER CO. WI............. QUAD/GRAPHICS,

B02

577

0 INC. WI............. QUAD/GRAPHICS,

B01

577

0 INC. WI............. PRINTWORKS INC..

P33

577

0 WI............. CONSOL PAPERS

B23 1,274,336

195 INC BIRON DIV.

Appendix C to Part 97-State-by-State Maximum Summer NO‹SUP›X‹/SUP› Emission Levels and Allocation Aggregates

EGU

Non-EGU EGU maximum allocations Non-EGU allocations State

summer NO‹SUP›x (95% of maximum (95% of Tons maximum summer NO‹SUP›x maximum summer)

tons summer)

AL.......................................................... 28,884 27,440

3,347

3,179 CT..........................................................

2,545

2,418

283

269 DC..........................................................

207

196

18

17 DE..........................................................

3,489

3,315

238

226 GA.......................................................... 30,061 28,558

3,328

3,161 IL.......................................................... 30,165 28,657

3,600

3,420 IN.......................................................... 46,627 44,296 11,325 10,758 KY.......................................................... 36,315 34,499

1,709

1,624 MA.......................................................... 14,619 13,888

232

220 MD.......................................................... 14,788 14,048

802

762 MI.......................................................... 26,344 25,027

2,844

2,702 MO.......................................................... 23,171 22,012

132

126 NC.......................................................... 29,967 28,468

3,277

3,113 NJ..........................................................

7,898

7,503

3,882

3,688 NY.......................................................... 29,391 27,921

4,409

4,189 OH.......................................................... 45,776 43,487

8,693

8,258 PA.......................................................... 48,038 45,636

4,657

4,424 RI..........................................................

1,115

1,059

0

0 SC.......................................................... 16,286 15,472

4,355

4,137 TN.......................................................... 25,386 24,117

8,085

7,681 VA.......................................................... 18,009 17,109

5,372

5,104 WI.......................................................... 16,751 15,913

3,204

3,043 WV.......................................................... 26,439 25,117

3,509

3,334

Total................................................. 522,271 496,157 77,300 73,436

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