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Title 40Chapter ISubchapter CPart 97 → Subpart E


Title 40: Protection of Environment
PART 97—FEDERAL NOX BUDGET TRADING PROGRAM, CAIR NOX AND SO2 TRADING PROGRAMS, CSAPR NOX AND SO2 TRADING PROGRAMS, AND TEXAS SO2 TRADING PROGRAM


Subpart E—NOX Allowance Allocations


Contents
§97.40   Trading program budget.
§97.41   Timing requirements for NOX allowance allocations.
§97.42   NOX allowance allocations.
§97.43   Compliance Supplement Pool.
Appendix A to Subpart E of Part 97—Final Section 126 Rule: EGU Allocations, 2004-2007
Appendix B to Subpart E of Part 97—Final Section 126 Rule: Non-EGU Allocations, 2004-2007
Appendix C to Subpart E of Part 97—Final Section 126 Rule: Trading Budget
Appendix D to Subpart E of Part 97—Final Section 126 Rule: State Compliance supplement pools for the Section 126 Final Rule (Tons)

§97.40   Trading program budget.

In accordance with §§97.41 and 97.42, the Administrator will allocate to the NOX Budget units under §97.4(a) in a State, for each control period specified in §97.41, a total number of NOX allowances equal to the trading budget for the State, as set forth in appendix C to this subpart, less the sum of the NOX emission limitations (in tons) for each unit exempt under §97.4(b) that is not allocated any NOX allowances under §97.42 (b) or (c) for the control period and whose NOX emission limitation (in tons of NOX) is not included in the amount calculated under §97.42(d)(5)(ii)(B) for the control period.

[65 FR 2727, Jan. 18, 2000, as amended at 69 FR 21646, Apr. 21, 2004; 81 FR 74604, Oct., 2016]

§97.41   Timing requirements for NOX allowance allocations.

(a) The NOX allowance allocations, determined in accordance with §§97.42(a) through (c), for the control periods in 2004 through 2007 are set forth in appendices A and B to this subpart.

(b) By April 1, 2005, the Administrator will determine by order the NOX allowance allocations, in accordance with §§97.42 (a) through (c), for the control periods in 2008 through 2012.

(c) By April 1, 2010, by April 1 of 2015, and thereafter by April 1 of the year that is 5 years after the last year for which NOX allowances allocations are determined, the Administrator will determine by order the NOX allowance allocations, in accordance with §§97.42(a) through (c), for the control periods in the years that are 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 years after the applicable deadline under this paragraph (c).

(d) By April 1, 2004 and April 1 of each year thereafter, the Administrator will determine by order the NOX allowance allocations, in accordance with §97.42(d), for the control period in the year of the applicable deadline under this paragraph (d).

(e) The Administrator will make available to the public each determination of NOX allowance allocations under paragraph (b), (c), or (d) of this section and will provide an opportunity for submission of objections to the determination. Objections shall be limited to addressing whether the determination is in accordance with §97.42. Based on any such objections, the Administrator will adjust each determination to the extent necessary to ensure that it is in accordance with §97.42.

[65 FR 2727, Jan. 18, 2000, as amended at 67 FR 21529, Apr. 30, 2002; 81 FR 74604, Oct. 26, 2016]

§97.42   NOX allowance allocations.

(a)(1) The heat input (in mmBtu) used for calculating NOX allowance allocations for each NOX Budget unit under §97.4(a) will be:

(i) For a NOX allowance allocation under §97.41(a):

(A) For a unit under §97.4(a)(1), the average of the two highest amounts of the unit's heat input for the control periods in 1995 through 1998; or

(B) For a unit under §97.4(a)(2), the control period in 1995 or, if the Administrator determines that reasonably reliable data are available for control periods in 1996 through 1998, the average of the two highest amounts of the unit's heat input for the control periods in 1995 through 1998.

(ii) For a NOX allowance allocation under §97.41(b), the unit's average heat input for the control periods in 2002 through 2004.

(iii) For a NOX allowance allocation under §97.41(c), the unit's average heat input for the control period in the years that are 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 years before the first year for which the allocation is being calculated.

(2) The unit's 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. Notwithstanding the first sentence of this paragraph (a)(2):

(i) For a NOX allowance allocation under §97.41(a), such heat input will be determined using 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 control period.

(ii) For a NOX allowance allocation under §97.41(b) or (c) for a unit exempt under §97.4(b), such heat input shall be treated as zero if the unit is exempt under §97.4(b) during the control period.

(b) For each group of control periods specified in §97.41(a) through (c), the Administrator will allocate to all NOX Budget units in a given State under §97.4(a)(1) that commenced operation before May 1, 1997 for allocations under §97.41(a), May 1, 2003 for allocations under §97.41(b), and May 1 of the year 5 years before the first year for which the allocation under §97.41(c) is being calculated, a total number of NOX allowances equal to 95 percent of the portion of the State's trading program budget under §97.40 covering such units. The Administrator will allocate in accordance with the following procedures:

(1) The Administrator will allocate NOX allowances to each NOX Budget unit under §97.4(a)(1) for each control period in an amount equaling 0.15 lb/mmBtu multiplied by the heat input determined under paragraph (a) of this section, divided by 2,000 lb/ton, and rounded to the nearest whole number of NOX allowances as appropriate.

(2) If the initial total number of NOX allowances allocated to all NOX Budget units under §97.4(a)(1) in the State for a control period under paragraph (b)(1) of this section does not equal 95 percent of the portion of the State's trading program budget under §97.40 covering such units, the Administrator will adjust the total number of NOX allowances allocated to all such NOX Budget units for the control period under paragraph (b)(1) of this section so that the total number of NOX allowances allocated equals 95 percent of such portion of the State's trading program budget. This adjustment will be made by: multiplying each unit's allocation by 95 percent of such portion of the State's trading program budget; dividing by the total number of NOX allowances allocated under paragraph (b)(1) of this section for the control period; and rounding to the nearest whole number of NOX allowances as appropriate.

(c) For each group of control periods specified in §97.41(a) through (c), the Administrator will allocate to all NOX Budget units in a given State under §97.4(a)(2) that commenced operation before May 1, 1997 for allocations under §97.41(a), May 1, 2003 for allocations under §97.41(b), and May 1 of the year 5 years before the first year for which the allocation under §97.41(c) is being calculated, a total number of NOX allowances equal to 95 percent of the portion of the State's trading program budget under §97.40 covering such units. The Administrator will allocate in accordance with the following procedures:

(1) The Administrator will allocate NOX allowances to each NOX Budget unit under §97.4(a)(2) for each control period in an amount equaling 0.17 lb/mmBtu multiplied by the heat input determined under paragraph (a) of this section, divided by 2,000 lb/ton, and rounded to the nearest whole number of NOX allowances as appropriate.

(2) If the initial total number of NOX allowances allocated to all NOX Budget units under §97.4(a)(2) in the State for a control period under paragraph (c)(1) of this section does not equal 95 percent of the portion of the State's trading program budget under §97.40 covering such units, the Administrator will adjust the total number of NOX allowances allocated to all such NOX Budget units for the control period under paragraph (a)(1) of this section so that the total number of NOX allowances allocated equals 95 percent of the portion of the State's trading program budget under §97.40 covering such units. This adjustment will be made by: multiplying each unit's allocation by 95 percent of the portion of the State's trading program budget under §97.40 covering such units; dividing by the total number of NOX allowances allocated under paragraph (c)(1) of this section for the control period; and rounding to the nearest whole number of NOX allowances as appropriate.

(d) For each control period specified in §97.41(d), the Administrator will allocate NOX allowances to NOX Budget units in a given State under §97.4(a) (except for units exempt under §97.4(b)) that commence operation, or are projected to commence operation, on or after: May 1, 1997 (for control periods under §97.41(a)); May 1, 2003, (for control periods under §97.41(b)); and May 1 of the year 5 years before the beginning of the group of 5 years that includes the control period (for control periods under §97.41(c)). The Administrator will make the allocations under this paragraph (d) 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 NOX allowances equal to 5 percent of the tons of NOX emission in the State's trading program budget under §97.40, rounded to the nearest whole number of NOX allowances as appropriate.

(2) The NOX authorized account representative of a NOX Budget unit specified in this paragraph (d) may submit to the Administrator a request, in a format specified by the Administrator, to be allocated NOX allowances for the control period. The NOX allowance allocation request must be received by the Administrator on or after the date on which the State permitting authority issues a permit to construct the unit and by January 1 before the control period for which NOX allowances are requested.

(3) In a NOX allowance allocation request under paragraph (d)(2) of this section, the NOX authorized account representative for a NOX Budget unit under §97.4(a)(1) may request for the control period NOX allowances in an amount that does not exceed the lesser of:

(i) 0.15 lb/mmBtu multiplied by the unit's maximum design heat input, multiplied by the lesser of 3,672 hours or the number of hours remaining in the control period starting with the day in the control period on which the unit commences operation or is projected to commence operation, divided by 2,000 lb/ton, and rounded to the nearest whole number of NOX allowances as appropriate; or

(ii) The unit's most stringent State or Federal NOX emission limitation multiplied by the unit's maximum design heat input, multiplied by the lesser of 3,672 hours or the number of hours remaining in the control period starting with the day in the control period on which the unit commences operation or is projected to commence operation, divided by 2,000 lb/ton, and rounded to the nearest whole number of NOX allowances as appropriate.

(4) In a NOX allowance allocation request under paragraph (d)(2) of this section, the NOX authorized account representative for a NOX Budget unit under §97.4(a)(2) may request for the control period NOX allowances in an amount that does not exceed the lesser of:

(i) 0.17 lb/mmBtu multiplied by the unit's maximum design heat input, multiplied by the lesser of 3,672 hours or the number of hours remaining in the control period starting with the day in the control period on which the unit commences operation or is projected to commence operation, divided by 2,000 lb/ton, and rounded to the nearest whole number of NOX allowances as appropriate; or

(ii) The unit's most stringent State or Federal NOX emission limitation multiplied by the unit's maximum design heat input, multiplied by the lesser of 3,672 hours or the number of hours remaining in the control period starting with the day in the control period on which the unit commences operation or is projected to commence operation, divided by 2,000 lb/ton, and rounded to the nearest whole number of NOX allowances as appropriate.

(5) The Administrator will review each NOX allowance allocation request submitted in accordance with paragraph (d)(2) of this section and will allocate NOX allowances pursuant to such request as follows:

(i) Upon receipt of the NOX allowance allocation request, the Administrator will make any necessary adjustments to the request to ensure that the requirements of paragraphs (d) introductory text, (d)(2), (d)(3), and (d)(4) are met.

(ii) The Administrator will determine the following amounts:

(A) The sum of the NOX allowances requested (as adjusted under paragraph (d)(5)(i) of this section) in all NOX allowance allocation requests under paragraph (d)(2) of this section for the control period; and

(B) For units exempt under §97.4(b) in the State that commenced operation, or are projected to commence operation, on or after May 1, 1997 (for control periods under §97.41(a)); May 1, 2003, (for control periods under §97.41(b)); and May 1 of the year 5 years before beginning of the group of 5 years that includes the control period (for control periods under §97.41(c)), the sum of the NOX emission limitations (in tons of NOX) on which each unit's exemption under §97.4(b) is based.

(iii) If the number of NOX allowances in the allocation set-aside for the control period less the amount under paragraph (d)(5)(ii)(B) of this section is not less than the amount determined under paragraph (d)(5)(ii)(A) of this section, the Administrator will allocate the amount of the NOX allowances requested (as adjusted under paragraph (d)(5)(i) of this section) to the NOX Budget unit for which the allocation request was submitted.

(iv) If the number of NOX allowances in the allocation set-aside for the control period less the amount under paragraph (d)(5)(ii)(B) of this section is less than the amount determined under paragraph (d)(5)(ii)(A) of this section, the Administrator will allocate, to the NOX Budget unit for which the allocation request was submitted, the amount of NOX allowances requested (as adjusted under paragraph (d)(5)(i) of this section) multiplied by the number of NOX allowances in the allocation set-aside for the control period less the amount determined under paragraph (d)(5)(ii)(B) of this section, divided by the amount determined under paragraph (d)(5)(ii)(A) of this section, and rounded to the nearest whole number of NOX allowances as appropriate.

(e)(1) For a NOX Budget unit that is allocated NOX allowances under paragraph (d) of this section for a control period, the Administrator will deduct NOX allowances under §97.54(b), (e), or (f) to account for the actual heat input of the unit during the control period. The Administrator will calculate the number of NOX allowances to be deducted to account for the unit's actual heat input using the following formulas and rounding to the nearest whole number of NOX allowance as appropriate, provided that the number of NOX allowances to be deducted shall be zero if the number calculated is less than zero:

NOX allowances deducted for actual heat input for a unit under §97.4(a)(1) = Unit's NOX allowances allocated for control period−(Unit's actual control period heat input × the lesser of 0.15 lb/mmBtu the unit's most stringent State or Federal emission limitation × 2,000 lb/ton); and NOX allowances deducted for actual heat input for a unit under §97.4(a)(2) = Unit's NOX allowances allocated for control period−(Unit's actual control period heat input × the lesser of 0.17 lb/mmBtu the unit's most stringent State or Federal emission limitation × 2,000 lb/ton)

Where:

“Unit's NOX allowances allocated for control period” is the number of NOX allowances allocated to the unit for the control period under paragraph (d) of this section; and

“Unit's actual control period heat input” is the heat input (in mmBtu) of the unit during the control period.

(2) The Administrator will transfer any NOX allowances deducted under paragraph (e)(1) of this section to the allocation set-aside for the control period for which they were allocated.

(f) After making the deductions for compliance under §97.54(b), (e), or (f) for a control period, the Administrator will determine whether any NOX allowances remain in the allocation set-aside for the control period. The Administrator will allocate any such NOX allowances to the NOX Budget units in the State using the following formula and rounding to the nearest whole number of NOX allowances as appropriate:

Unit's share of NOX allowances remaining in allocation set-aside = Total NOX allowances remaining in allocation set-aside × (Unit's NOX allowance allocation ÷ State's trading program budget excluding allocation set-aside)

Where:

“Total NOX allowances remaining in allocation set-aside” is the total number of NOX allowances remaining in the allocation set-aside for the control period;

“Unit's NOX allowance allocation” is the number of NOX 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

“State's trading program budget excluding allocation set-aside” is the State's trading program budget under §97.40 for the control period to which the allocation set-aside applies multiplied by 95 percent, rounded to the nearest whole number of NOX allowances as appropriate.

(g) If the Administrator determines that NOX allowances were allocated under paragraph (b), (c), or (d) of this section for a control period and the recipient of the allocation is not actually a NOX Budget unit under §97.4(a), the Administrator will notify the NOX authorized account representative and then will act in accordance with the following procedures:

(1)(i) The Administrator will not record such NOX allowances for the control period in an account under §97.53;

(ii) If the Administrator already recorded such NOX allowances for the control period in an account under §97.53 and if the Administrator makes such determination before making all deductions pursuant to §97.54 (except deductions pursuant to §97.54(d)(2)) for the control period, then the Administrator will deduct from the account NOX allowances equal in number to and allocated for the same or a prior control period as the NOX allowances allocated to such recipient for the control period. The NOX authorized account representative shall ensure that the account contains the NOX allowances necessary for completion of such deduction. If account does not contain the necessary NOX allowances, the Administrator will deduct the required number of NOX allowances, regardless of the control period for which they were allocated, whenever NOX allowances are recorded in the account; or

(iii) If the Administrator already recorded such NOX allowances for the control period in an account under §97.53 and if the Administrator makes such determination after making all deductions pursuant to §97.54 (except deductions pursuant to §97.54(d)(2)) for the control period, then the Administrator will apply paragraph (g)(1)(ii) of this section to any subsequent control period for which NOX allowances were allocated to such recipient.

(2) The Administrator will transfer the NOX allowances that are not recorded, or that are deducted, pursuant to paragraph (g)(1) of this section to an allocation set-aside for the State in which such source is located.

[65 FR 2727, Jan. 18, 2000, as amended at 67 FR 21529, Apr. 30, 2002; 69 FR 21646, Apr. 21, 2004]

§97.43   Compliance Supplement Pool.

(a) For any NOX Budget unit that reduces its NOX emission rate in the 2001 through 2003 control period, the owners and operators may request early reduction credits in accordance with the following requirements:

(1) Each NOX Budget unit for which the owners and operators intend to request, or request, any early reduction credits in accordance with paragraph (a)(4) of this section shall monitor and report NOX 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 percent monitor data availability shall not be less than 90 percent during the 2000 control period, and the unit must be in full compliance with any applicable State or Federal NOX emission control requirements during 2000 through 2002.

(2) NOX emission rate and heat input under paragraphs (a)(3) and (4) of this section shall be determined in accordance with subpart H of this part.

(3) Each NOX Budget unit for which the owners and operators intend to request, or request, any early reduction credits under paragraph (a)(4) of this section shall reduce its NOX emission rate, for each control period for which early reduction credits are requested, to less than both 0.25 lb/mmBtu and 80 percent of the unit's NOX emission rate in the 2000 control period.

(4) The NOX authorized account representative of a NOX Budget unit that meets the requirements of paragraphs (a) (1) and (3) of this section may submit to the Administrator a request for early reduction credits for the unit based on NOX emission rate reductions made by the unit in the control period for 2001 through 2003.

(i) In the early reduction credit request, the NOX 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 NOX emission rate for such control period, divided by 2000 lb/ton, and rounded to the nearest whole number of tons.

(ii) The early reduction credit request must be submitted, in a format specified by the Administrator, by February 1, 2004.

(b) For any NOX Budget unit that is subject to the Ozone Transport Commission NOX Budget Program under title I of the Clean Air Act, the owners and operators may request early reduction credits in accordance with the following requirements:

(1) The NOX authorized account representative of the unit may submit to the Administrator a request for early reduction credits in an amount equal to the amount of banked allowances under the Ozone Transport Commission NOX Budget Program that were allocated for the control period in 2001 through 2003 and are held by the unit, in accordance with the Ozone Transport Commission NOX Budget Program, as of the date of submission of the request. During the entire control period in 2001 through 2003 for which the allowances were allocated, the unit must have monitored and reported NOX emissions in accordance with part 75 (except for subpart H) of this chapter and the Guidance for Implementation of Emission Monitoring Requirements for the NOX Budget Program (January 28, 1997).

(2) The early reduction credit request under paragraph (b)(1) must be submitted, in a format specified by the Administrator, by February 1, 2004.

(3) The NOX authorized account representative of the unit shall not submit a request for early reduction credits under paragraph (b)(1) of this section for banked allowances under the Ozone Transport Commission NOX Budget Program that were allocated for any control period during which the unit made NOX emission reductions for which he or she submits a request for early reduction credits under paragraph (a) of this section for the unit.

(c) The Administrator will review each early reduction credit request submitted in accordance with paragraph (a) or (b) of this section and will allocate NOX allowances to NOX Budget units in a given State and covered by such request as follows:

(1) Upon receipt of each early reduction credit request, the Administrator will make any necessary adjustments to the request to ensure that the amount of the early reduction credits requested meets the requirements of paragraph (a) or (b) of this section.

(2) After February 1, 2004, the Administrator will make available to the public a statement of the total number of early reduction credits requested by NOX Budget units in the State.

(3) If the State's compliance supplement pool set forth in appendix D to this subpart has a number of NOX allowances not less than the amount of early reduction credits in all early reduction credit requests under paragraph (a) or (b) of this section for 2001 through 2003 (as adjusted under paragraph (c)(1) of this section) submitted by February 1, 2004, the Administrator will allocate to each NOX Budget unit covered by such requests one allowance for each early reduction credit requested (as adjusted under paragraph (c)(1) of this section).

(4) If the State's compliance supplement pool set forth in appendix D to this subpart has a smaller number of NOX allowances than the amount of early reduction credits in all early reduction credit requests under paragraph (a) or (b) of this section for 2001 through 2003 (as adjusted under paragraph (c)(1) of this section) submitted by February 1, 2004, the Administrator will allocate NOX allowances to each NOX Budget unit covered by such requests according to the following formula and rounding to the nearest whole number of NOX allowances as appropriate:

Unit's allocation for early reduction credits = Unit's adjusted early reduction credits × (State's compliance supplement pool ÷ Total adjusted early reduction credits for all units)

Where:

“Unit's allocation for early reduction credits” is the number of NOX allowances allocated to the unit for early reduction credits.

“Unit's adjusted early reduction credits” is the amount of early reduction credits requested for the unit for 2001 and 2002 in early reduction credit requests under paragraph (a) or (b) of this section, as adjusted under paragraph (c)(1) of this section.

“State's compliance supplement pool” is the number of NOX allowances in the State's compliance supplement pool set forth in appendix D to this subpart.

“Total adjusted early reduction credits for all units” is the amount of early reduction credits requested for all units for 2001 and 2002 in early reduction credit requests under paragraph (a) or (b) of this section, as adjusted under paragraph (c)(1) of this section.

(5) By April 1, 2004, the Administrator will determine by order the allocations under paragraph (c)(3) or (4) of this section. The Administrator will make available to the public each determination of NOX allowance allocations and will provide an opportunity for submission of objections to the determination. Objections shall be limited to addressing whether the determination is in accordance with paragraph (c)(1), (3), or (4) of this section. Based on any such objections, the Administrator will adjust each determination to the extent necessary to ensure that it is in accordance with paragraph (c)(1), (3), or (4) of this section.

(6) By May 1, 2004, the Administrator will record the allocations under paragraph (c)(3) or (4) of this section.

(7) NOX allowances recorded under paragraph (c)(6) of this section may be deducted for compliance under §97.54 for the control period in 2004 or 2005. Notwithstanding §97.55(a), the Administrator will deduct as retired any NOX allowance that is recorded under paragraph (c)(6) of this section and that is not deducted for compliance under §97.54 for the control period in 2003 or 2004.

[65 FR 2727, Jan. 18, 2000, as amended at 67 FR 21529, Apr. 30, 2002; 69 FR 21646, Apr. 21, 2004; 81 FR 74604, Oct. 26, 2016]

Appendix A to Subpart E of Part 97—Final Section 126 Rule: EGU Allocations, 2004-2007

ST Plant Plant__id Point__id NOX allocation for EGUs
DCBENNING6031580
DCBENNING60316117
DECHRISTIANA SUB591115
DECHRISTIANA SUB591145
DEDELAWARE CITY52193B4141
DEDELAWARE CITY52193ST__ 1155
DEDELAWARE CITY52193ST__ 2159
DEDELAWARE CITY52193ST__ 3158
DEEDGE MOOR5933234
DEEDGE MOOR5934401
DEEDGE MOOR5935602
DEHAY ROAD7153**3184
DEHAY ROAD7153—1235
DEHAY ROAD7153—2207
DEINDIAN RIVER5941187
DEINDIAN RIVER5942194
DEINDIAN RIVER5943369
DEINDIAN RIVER5944729
DEMCKEE RUN5993119
DEVAN SANT STATION7318**117
INANDERSON7336—ACT15
INANDERSON7336—ACT25
INCLIFTY CREEK9831558
INCLIFTY CREEK9832543
INCLIFTY CREEK9833564
INCLIFTY CREEK9834525
INCLIFTY CREEK9835561
INCLIFTY CREEK9836509
INCONNERSVILLE100211
INCONNERSVILLE100221
INGALLAGHER10081290
INGALLAGHER10082276
INGALLAGHER10083347
INGALLAGHER10084329
INNOBLESVILLE1007148
INNOBLESVILLE1007245
INNOBLESVILLE1007345
INRICHMOND7335—RCT15
INRICHMOND7335—RCT25
INTANNERS CREEK988U1297
INTANNERS CREEK988U2235
INTANNERS CREEK988U3387
INTANNERS CREEK988U4906
INWHITEWATER VALLEY1040174
INWHITEWATER VALLEY10402173
KYBIG SANDY1353BSU1565
KYBIG SANDY1353BSU21,741
KYCANE RUN13634397
KYCANE RUN13635332
KYCANE RUN13636430
KYCOOPER13841183
KYCOOPER13842367
KYDALE13853161
KYDALE13854158
KYE W BROWN13551193
KYE W BROWN13551037
KYE W BROWN13552317
KYE W BROWN13553863
KYE W BROWN1355834
KYE W BROWN1355934
KYE.W. BROWN13551121
KYEAST BEND601821,413
KYGHENT135611,232
KYGHENT135621,081
KYGHENT135631,104
KYGHENT135641,132
KYH L SPURLOCK60411697
KYH L SPURLOCK604121,589
KYMILL CREEK13641528
KYMILL CREEK13642600
KYMILL CREEK13643941
KYMILL CREEK136441,096
KYPADDY'S RUN1366128
KYPINEVILLE1360367
KYTRIMBLE COUNTY607111,221
KYTYRONE136113
KYTYRONE136123
KYTYRONE136133
KYTYRONE136143
KYTYRONE13615117
MDBRANDON SHORES60211,827
MDBRANDON SHORES60221,713
MDC P CRANE15521434
MDC P CRANE15522463
MDCHALK POINT1571—GT21
MDCHALK POINT1571—GT336
MDCHALK POINT1571—GT439
MDCHALK POINT1571—GT555
MDCHALK POINT1571—GT660
MDCHALK POINT1571—SGT124
MDCHALK POINT15711833
MDCHALK POINT15712861
MDCHALK POINT15713585
MDCHALK POINT15714522
MDDICKERSON1572—GT236
MDDICKERSON1572—GT366
MDDICKERSON15721447
MDDICKERSON15722441
MDDICKERSON15723481
MDGOULD STREET1553381
MDHERBERT A WAGNER15541134
MDHERBERT A WAGNER15542399
MDHERBERT A WAGNER15543723
MDHERBERT A WAGNER15544301
MDMORGANTOWN1573—GT39
MDMORGANTOWN1573—GT49
MDMORGANTOWN1573—GT59
MDMORGANTOWN1573—GT68
MDMORGANTOWN157311,151
MDMORGANTOWN157321,375
MDPANDA BRANDYWINE54832195
MDPANDA BRANDYWINE54832284
MDPERRYMAN1556**5156
MDPERRYMAN1556—GT18
MDPERRYMAN1556—GT29
MDPERRYMAN1556—GT36
MDPERRYMAN1556—GT410
MDR P SMITH157011143
MDR P SMITH1570911
MDRIVERSIDE1559—GT611
MDRIVERSIDE1559440
MDVIENNA15648169
MDWESTPORT1560—GT528
MIADA COGEN LTD10819CA__Ltd23
MIBELLE RIVER603411,589
MIBELLE RIVER603421,672
MIDAN E KARN17021552
MIDAN E KARN17022530
MIDAN E KARN17023288
MIDAN E KARN17024310
MIECKERT STATION1831152
MIECKERT STATION1831247
MIECKERT STATION1831365
MIECKERT STATION18314116
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WVHARRISON394421,444
WVHARRISON394431,505
WVJOHN E AMOS393511,254
WVJOHN E AMOS393521,198
WVJOHN E AMOS393531,859
WVKAMMER39471399
WVKAMMER39472418
WVKAMMER39473447
WVKANAWHA RIVER39361336
WVKANAWHA RIVER39362323
WVMITCHELL394811,288
WVMITCHELL394821,191
WVMORGANTOWN ENERGY ASSOCIATES27180
WVMORGANTOWN ENERGY ASSOCIATES27280
WVMOUNTAINEER (1301)626411,952
WVMT STORM395411,048
WVMT STORM395421,127
WVMT STORM395431,236
WVNORTH BRANCH75371A51
WVNORTH BRANCH75371B53
WVPHIL SPORN393811239
WVPHIL SPORN393821215
WVPHIL SPORN393831239
WVPHIL SPORN393841230
WVPHIL SPORN393851708
WVPLEASANTS600411,296
WVPLEASANTS600421,165
WVRIVESVILLE3945738
WVRIVESVILLE3945888
WVWILLOW ISLAND3946179
WVWILLOW ISLAND39462246

[65 FR 2727, Jan. 18, 2000, as amended at 66 FR 48575, Sept. 21, 2001. Redesignated at 81 FR 74650, Oct. 26, 2016]

Appendix B to Subpart E of Part 97—Final Section 126 Rule: Non-EGU Allocations, 2004-2007

StateCounty Plant Plant ID Point ID NOX allocation for non-EGUs
DCWashingtonGSA CENTRAL HEATING PLANT00250030
DCWashingtonGSA CENTRAL HEATING PLANT00250040
DCWashingtonGSA CENTRAL HEATING PLANT00250050
DCWashingtonGSA CENTRAL HEATING PLANT00250060
DCWashingtonGSA WEST HEATING PLANT002400313
DCWashingtonGSA WEST HEATING PLANT002400512
DEKentKRAFT FOODS INC00070010
DENew CastleMOTIVA ENTERPRISES (FORMERLY STAR ENTERPRISE, DELAWARE CITY PLANT)0016002102
DENew CastleMOTIVA ENTERPRISES (FORMERLY STAR ENTERPRISE, DELAWARE CITY PLANT)0016012118
KYBoydASHLAND OIL INC000406123
KYLawrenceKENTUCKY POWER CO00030040
MDBaltimoreBETHLEHEM STEEL014701675
MDBaltimoreBETHLEHEM STEEL014701775
MDBaltimoreBETHLEHEM STEEL014701875
MDBaltimoreBETHLEHEM STEEL014701975
MDAlleganyWESTVACO0011001289
MDAlleganyWESTVACO0011002373
MIWayneDETROIT EDISON COB2810000331
MIMidlandDOW CHEMICAL USAA403304016
MIMidlandDOW CHEMICAL USAA403304020
MIWayneDSC LTDB3680000630
MIGeneseeGENERAL MOTORS CORPA1178050163
MIGeneseeGENERAL MOTORS CORPA1178050247
MIOaklandGENERAL MOTORS CORPB4031050622
MIGeneseeGENERAL MOTORS CORPA1178050720
MIOaklandGENERAL MOTORS CORPB403205104
MIKalamazooGEORGIA PACIFIC CORPB420900056
MIKalamazooJAMES RIVER PAPER CO INCB1678000390
MIWayneMARATHON OIL COMPANYA98310001109
MIAlleganMENASHA CORPA0023002471
MIAlleganMENASHA CORPA0023002569
MIInghamMICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITYK32490053110
MIInghamMICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITYK32490054118
MIInghamMICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITYK3249005577
MIInghamMICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITYK3249005673
MIWashtenawTHE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGANM0675000140
MIWashtenawTHE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGANM0675000237
MIOaklandWILLIAM BEAUMONT HOSPITALG506700100
MIOaklandWILLIAM BEAUMONT HOSPITALG506700110
NCHaywoodBLUE RIDGE PAPER PRODUCTS INC0159005129
NCHaywoodCHAMPION INT CORP015900198
NCHaywoodCHAMPION INT CORP015900288
NCHaywoodCHAMPION INT CORP0159003200
NCHaywoodCHAMPION INT CORP0159004176
NCHalifaxCHAMPION INTERNATIONAL CORP. ROANOKE RAP0007001340
NCGuilfordCONE MILLS CORP—WHITE OAK PLANT086300450
NCCabarrusFIELDCREST—CANNON PLT 1 KANNAPOLIS000600177
NCColumbusINTERNATIONAL PAPER: RIEGELWOOD003600390
NCColumbusINTERNATIONAL PAPER: RIEGELWOOD0036004228
NCMartinWEYERHAEUSER PAPER CO. PLYMOUTH0069001265
NCCravenWEYERHAUSER COMPANY NEW BERN MILL0104005205
NCCravenWEYERHAEUSER COMPANY NEW BERN MILL010400672
NCMartinWEYERHAEUSER COMPANY PLYMOUTH006900925
NJMiddlesexBALL—INCON GLASS PACKAGING1503500146
NJHudsonBEST FOODS CPC INTERNATIONAL I1000300327
NJMiddlesexCHEVRON U.S.A., INC1502300117
NJMiddlesexCHEVRON U.S.A., INC1502304355
NJGloucesterCOASTAL EAGLE POINT OIL COMPAN550040013
NJGloucesterCOASTAL EAGLE POINT OIL COMPAN5500403811
NJGloucesterCOASTAL EAGLE POINT OIL COMPAN5500403911
NJGloucesterCOASTAL EAGLE POINT OIL COMPAN5500404011
NJGloucesterCOASTAL EAGLE POINT OIL COMPAN5500406438
NJGloucesterCOASTAL EAGLE POINT OIL COMPAN5500412337
NJMiddlesexDEGUSSA CORPORATION-METZ DIVIS1530500915
NJUnionEXXON CORPORATION4000300157
NJUnionEXXON CORPORATION4000300722
NJUnionEXXON CORPORATION4000301498
NJUnionEXXON CORPORATION4000301514
NJMiddlesexHERCULES INCORPORATED1501700138
NJMiddlesexHERCULES INCORPORATED1501700237
NJWarrenHOFFMAN LAROCHE INC8501003445
NJMercerHOMASCTE COMPANY60018001290
NJMercerHOMASCTE COMPANY60018002312
NJPassaicINTERNATIONAL VEILING CORPORAT3009800122
NJBergenMALT PRODUCTS CORPORATION0032200127
NJAtlanticMARINA ASSOCIATES70009001330
NJAtlanticMARINA ASSOCIATES70009002329
NJAtlanticMARINA ASSOCIATES70009003990
NJUnionMERCK & CO., INC4000900166
NJUnionMERCK & CO., INC4000900261
NJUnionMERCK & CO., INC4000900356
NJUnionMERCK & CO., INC4000900475
NJUnionMERCK & CO., INC4000900589
NJUnionMERCK & CO., INC40009006103
NJGloucesterMOBIL OIL CORPORATION5500600154
NJGloucesterMOBIL OIL CORPORATION5500600254
NJGloucesterMOBIL OIL CORPORATION5500600354
NJGloucesterMOBIL OIL CORPORATION5500600449
NJGloucesterMOBIL OIL CORPORATION5500600516
NJGloucesterMOBIL OIL CORPORATION55006006105
NJGloucesterMOBIL OIL CORPORATION550060270
NJGloucesterMOBIL OIL CORPORATION5500627014
NJMonmouthNESTLE CO., INC., THE2000400613
NJMonmouthNESTLE CO., INC., THE2000400713
NJMiddlesexNEW JERSEY STEEL CORPORATION1507600118
NJGloucesterPETROLEUM RECYCLING, INC55180020169
NJAtlanticSCOTT PAPER COMPANY7001100289
NJAtlanticSCOTT PAPER COMPANY7001100375
NJAtlanticSCOTT PAPER COMPANY7001100499
NJMercerSTONY BROOK REGIONAL SEWERAGE6024800155
NJMercerSTONY BROOK REGIONAL SEWERAGE6024800255
NYKingsHUDSON AVENUE2496B7119
NYKingsHUDSON AVENUE2496B7219
NYKingsHUDSON AVENUE2496B8119
NYKingsHUDSON AVENUE2496B8219
NYQueensRAVENSWOOD-A-HOUSECE03B0115
NYQueensRAVENSWOOD-A-HOUSECE03B0215
NYQueensRAVENSWOOD-A-HOUSECE03B0321
NYQueensRAVENSWOOD-A-HOUSECE03B0421
OHButlerAK STEEL (FORMERLY ARMCO STEEL CO.)1409010006P00966
OHButlerAK STEEL (FORMERLY ARMCO STEEL CO.)1409010006P01066
OHButlerAK STEEL (FORMERLY ARMCO STEEL CO.)1409010006P01166
OHButlerAK STEEL (FORMERLY ARMCO STEEL CO.)1409010006P01266
OHStarkASHLAND PETROLEUM COMPANY1576000301B01518
OHLucasBP OIL COMPANY, TOLEDO REFINERY0448020007B00439
OHLucasBP OIL COMPANY, TOLEDO REFINERY0448020007B020102
OHMontgomeryCARGILL INCORPORATED0857041124B004133
OHMontgomeryCARGILL INCORPORATED0857041124B0061
OHButlerCHAMPION INTERNATIONAL CORP1409040212B010267
OHSummitGOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY1677010193B001101
OHSummitGOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY1677010193B002108
OHHamiltonHENKEL CORP.—EMERY GROUP1431070035B027209
OHCuyahogaLTV STEEL COMPANY, INC1318001613B001139
OHCuyahogaLTV STEEL COMPANY, INC1318001613B002150
OHCuyahogaLTV STEEL COMPANY, INC1318001613B003159
OHCuyahogaLTV STEEL COMPANY, INC1318001613B004158
OHCuyahogaLTV STEEL COMPANY, INC1318001613B007155
OHCuyahogaLTV STEEL COMPANY, INC1318001613B90514
OHRossMEAD CORPORATION0671010028B001185
OHRossMEAD CORPORATION0671010028B002208
OHRossMEAD CORPORATION0671010028B003251
OHSciotoNEW BOSTON COKE CORP0773010004B00820
OHSciotoNEW BOSTON COKE CORP0773010004B00915
OHHamiltonPROCTER & GAMBLE CO1431390903B02172
OHHamiltonPROCTER & GAMBLE CO1431390903B022296
OHLorainREPUBLIC ENGINEERED STEELS, INC. (FORMERLY USS/KOBE STEEL—LORAIN WORKS)0247080229B013159
OHLawrenceSOUTH POINT ETHANOL0744000009B003107
OHLawrenceSOUTH POINT ETHANOL0744000009B004107
OHLawrenceSOUTH POINT ETHANOL0744000009B007107
OHLucasSUN REFINING & MARKETING CO, TOLEDO REF0448010246B04447
OHLucasSUN REFINING & MARKETING CO, TOLEDO REF0448010246B04634
OHLucasSUN REFINING & MARKETING CO, TOLEDO REF0448010246B04718
OHTrumbullW C I STEEL, INC0278000463B001113
OHTrumbullW C I STEEL, INC0278000463B004142
PANorthamptonBETHLEHEM STEEL CORP0048041100
PANorthamptonBETHLEHEM STEEL CORP004804266
PANorthamptonBETHLEHEM STEEL CORP0048067165
PAArmstrongBMG ASPHALT CO00041010
PAErieGENERAL ELECTRIC000903216
PAYorkGLATFELTER, P. H. CO00160310
PAYorkGLATFELTER, P. H. CO0016034137
PAYorkGLATFELTER, P. H. CO0016035112
PAYorkGLATFELTER, P. H. CO0016036211
PAClintonINTERNATIONAL PAPER: LOCKHAVEN0008033101
PAClintonINTERNATIONAL PAPER: LOCKHAVEN000803490
PADelawareKIMBERLY CLARK (FORMERLY SCOTT PAPER CO.)00160341
PADelawareKIMBERLY CLARK (FORMERLY SCOTT PAPER CO.)0016035345
PAAlleghenyLTV STEEL COMPANY—PITTSBURGH WORKS002201525
PAAlleghenyLTV STEEL COMPANY—PITTSBURGH WORKS002201715
PAAlleghenyLTV STEEL COMPANY—PITTSBURGH WORKS002201929
PAAlleghenyLTV STEEL COMPANY—PITTSBURGH WORKS002202155
PAMontgomeryMERCK SHARP & DOHME0028039126
PAWestmorelandMONESSEN INC00070310
PABucksPECO005504315
PABucksPECO005504532
PABucksPECO005504477
PAWyomingPROCTER & GAMBLE CO0009035187
PAAlleghenySHENANGO IRON & COKE WORKS005000618
PAAlleghenySHENANGO IRON & COKE WORKS005000915
PADelawareSUN REFINING & MARKETING CO0025089102
PADelawareSUN REFINING & MARKETING CO0025090163
PAPhiladelphiaSUN REFINING AND MARKETING 1 O150102049
PAPhiladelphiaSUN REFINING AND MARKETING 1 O150102183
PAPhiladelphiaSUN REFINING AND MARKETING 1 O1501022105
PAPhiladelphiaSUN REFINING AND MARKETING 1 O1501023127
PAPhiladelphiaSUNOCO (FORMERLY ALLIED CHEMICAL CORP)155105286
PAPerryTEXAS EASTERN GAS PIPELINE COMPANY00010310
PABerksTEXAS EASTERN GAS PIPELINE COMPANY008703198
PADelawareTOSCO REFINING (FORMERLY BP OIL, INC.)003003271
PADelawareTOSCO REFINING (FORMERLY BP OIL, INC.)003003380
PAPhiladelphiaU.S. NAVAL BASE97020160
PAPhiladelphiaU.S. NAVAL BASE97020171
PAPhiladelphiaU.S. NAVAL BASE97020980
PAPhiladelphiaU.S. NAVAL BASE97020990
PAElkWILLAMETTE INDUSTRIES (FORMERLY PENNTECH PAPERS, INC000504090
PAElkWILLAMETTE INDUSTRIES (FORMERLY PENNTECH PAPERS, INC000504189
PABeaverZINC CORPORATION OF AMERICA0032034176
PABeaverZINC CORPORATION OF AMERICA0032035180
VAHopewellALLIED-SIGNAL INC0026002499
VAYorkAMOCO OIL CO000400125
VAGilesCELANESE ACETATE LLC (FORMERLY HOECHST CELANESE CORP)0004007148
VAGilesCELANESE ACETATE LLC (FORMERLY HOECHST CELANESE CORP)000401456
VAPittsylvaniaDAN RIVER INC. (SCHOOLFIELD DIV)000200349
VABedfordGEORGIA-PACIFIC—BIG ISLAND MILL000300286
VAIsle Of WightINTERNATIONAL PAPER—FRANKLIN (FORMERLY UNION CAMP CORP/FINE PAPER DIV)0006003272
VAHopewellJAMES RIVER COGENERATION (COGE0055001511
VAHopewellJAMES RIVER COGENERATION (COGE0055002512
VAKing WilliamST. LAURENT PAPER PRODUCTS CORP.0001003253
VAAlleghanyWESTVACO CORP0003001253
VAAlleghanyWESTVACO CORP0003002130
VAAlleghanyWESTVACO CORP0003003195
VAAlleghanyWESTVACO CORP0003004373
VAAlleghanyWESTVACO CORP0003005170
VAAlleghanyWESTVACO CORP0003011105
WVKanawhaAVENTIS CROPSCIENCE00007010113
WVKanawhaAVENTIS CROPSCIENCE00007011102
WVKanawhaAVENTIS CROPSCIENCE00007012105
WVKanawhaDUPONT—BELLE0000161254
WVFayetteELKEM METALS COMPANY L.P.—ALLOY P PLANT00001006116
WVMarshallPPG INDUSTRIES, INC00002001195
WVMarshallPPG INDUSTRIES, INC00002003419
WVKanawhaRHONE-POLUENC000070708
WVKanawhaRHONE-POLUENC0000707173
WVKanawhaRHONE-POLUENC000070807
WVKanawhaRHONE-POLUENC0000708166
WVKanawhaRHONE-POLUENC000070908
WVKanawhaRHONE-POLUENC0000709168
WVKanawhaUNION CARBIDE—SOUTH CHARLESTON PLANT000030B666
WVKanawhaUNION CARBIDE—SOUTH CHARLESTON PLANT00030B692
WVKanawhaUNION CARBIDE—SOUTH CHARLESTON PLANT00030B745
WVHancockWEIRTON STEEL CORPORATION0000103031
WVHancockWEIRTON STEEL CORPORATION0000108830
WVHancockWEIRTON STEEL CORPORATION000010892
WVHancockWEIRTON STEEL CORPORATION00001090110
WVHancockWEIRTON STEEL CORPORATION00001091253
WVHancockWEIRTON STEEL CORPORATION00001092208
WVHancockWEIRTON STEEL CORPORATION00001093200

[65 FR 2727, Jan. 18, 2000, as amended at 66 FR 48576, Sept. 21, 2001. Redesignated at 81 FR 74650, Oct. 26, 2016]

Appendix C to Subpart E of Part 97—Final Section 126 Rule: Trading Budget

ST F126-EGU F126-NEGU Total
DC20726233
DE4,3062324,538
IN7,088827,170
KY19,6545319,707
MD14,5191,01315,532
MI25,6892,16627,855
NC31,2122,32933,541
NJ9,7164,83814,554
NY16,08115616,237
OH45,4324,10349,535
PA47,2243,61950,843
VA17,0914,10421,195
WV26,8592,18429,043
Total265,07824,905289,983

[65 FR 2727, Jan. 18, 2000. Redesignated at 81 FR 74650, Oct. 26, 2016.]

Appendix D to Subpart E of Part 97—Final Section 126 Rule: State Compliance supplement pools for the Section 126 Final Rule (Tons)

State Compliance supplement pool
Delaware168
District of Columbia0
Indiana2,454
Kentucky7,314
Maryland3,882
Michigan9,398
New Jersey1,550
New York1,379
North Carolina10,737
Ohio22,301
Pennsylvania15,763
Virginia5,504
West Virginia16,709
Total97,159

[65 FR 2727, Jan. 18, 2000. Redesignated at 81 FR 74650, Oct. 26, 2016.]

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