Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reporting 

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Mandatory reporting logoInformation on California’s Mandatory Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Reporting program.

Last updated June 24, 2014

What's New

bullet  Potential Amendments to the Mandatory Reporting and Cost of Implementation Fee Regulations: June 5 workshop materials
    - Agenda
    - Presentation (updated 6/6) and Speaking Notes
    - Draft Mandatory Reporting Regulation text (6/2 release)
    - Draft Mandatory Reporting Regulation text for
          Sections 95113, 95114, and 95156
(6/13 release)
    - View submitted informal comments

bullet Guidance Documents for 2013 data reporting are available and Training Materials are posted from previous training sessions.

 
 

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Background

Reporting of greenhouse gases by major sources is required by the California Global Warming Solutions Act (AB 32, 2006). The regulation affects industrial facilities, suppliers of transportation fuels, natural gas, natural gas liquids, liquefied petroleum gas, and carbon dioxide, operators of petroleum and natural gas systems, and electricity retail providers and marketers. All GHG reports must comply with the regulatory requirements and be submitted via the Cal e-GGRT reporting system.


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 Regulatory Advisory (5/8/14): Refinery Reporting Deadline Extension for refineries subject to new product data reporting requirements.

 Regulatory Advisory (5/9/14): COI Fee Reporting Deadline Extension for refineries subject to new product data reporting requirements.

 Regulatory Advisory (4/4/14): ReportingDeadline Extension for operators subject to new product data reporting requirements.

 Regulatory Advisory (4/8/14): COI Fees Reporting Deadline Extension for operators subject to new product data reporting requirements.

bullet  2012 Emissions Data Reporting-Guidance and Training webinars.

The reporting regulation was amended during 2013, and the revisions became effective on January 1, 2014. The Final 2013 Rulemaking Package including the revised regulation is available.

Electric Power Entities that import or export electricity must register their anticipated specified facilities and units by February 1, 2014, using the spreadsheet form provided.

Contact Us

For questions please contact Sector Contacts, ghgreport@arb.ca.gov, or Patrick Gaffney, Climate Change Reporting Section, 916.322.7303

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