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Table k-f: Commercial Unit Retrofit Data - Downstream fuel/chemical use

NOTE: If the downstream use of a product is to fuel a utility or industrial botter, use Form K-b, rather than this form.

2. Process Name: 1: Baskeserocess description:

4. ITșt ma for market sectors which will have toptrtcantly different

emission rates or emission reduction potential.

For each applicable market identified in item 4. (above), include a separate
copy of this form with items 5-8 (below) completed for'a representative
facility.

5. Describe market subsector addressed in items 6-8:
6. Production capacity of representattve, unft:
7. Potential penetration of proposed technology thato this market

subsector (express in absolute capacity in 2010):
Provide explanatory notes on parameters which reduce the technology's
applicability.

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Table K-e: Commercial Unit New Source Data - Downstream fuel/chemical use

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NOTE: If downstream use of a product is to fuel a utility or industrial
botter, use Form K-a, rather than this form.
Proposer:

2. Process Name:
Basic process descrtptton:

4. trst major hilarket sectors which witt have stgntficantly different

emission rates or emission reduction potential.

For each applicable market identified in item 4 (above), include a separate
copy of this form with items 5-8 (below) completed for a representative
facility.
5. Describe market subsector addressed in items 6-8:

Productton capactty of representattve untt:
Potential penetration of proposed technology into this market

subsector (express in absolute capacity in 2010):
Provide explanatory notes on parameters which reduce the technology's
applicability.

Provide basic assumptions for market analysis:

8. Emission data: MEDIA/ pollutant

Total plant emissions, expressed in

tons/year u g/1115 or migt wetgnty product unit AIR

SQ2
NOX

Particulate matter
WATER

TSS
Water consumption
rate

N.A.
SOLID WASTES
Non hazardous

N.A.
Hazardous

N.A.
OTHER SIGNIFICANT POLLUTANTS

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Table K-h: Commercial Unit Retrofit Data - industrial processes/other

Proposer:
Basic process descrtptton:

2. Process Name:

3:

4. tișt major market sectors whtch will have stgntftcantly different

emission rates or emission reduction potential.

For each applicable market identified in item 4. (above), include a separate copy of this form with items 5-8' (below) completed for å representative facility.

5. Describe market subsector addressed in items 6-8: Q: Productton capacity of representative unft:

Potential penetration of proposed technology to this market

subsector express in absolute capacity in 2010): Proyide explanatory notes on parameters which reduce the technology's applicability.

Provide basic assumptions for market analysis:

8. Emission data: MEDIA/ pollutant

Total plant emissions, expressed in tons/year ug/m3 or mitt

wetgnty product unit AIR

SO2
NOX
Particulate matter

Volatile organic cmpd
WATER

TSS
Water consumption
rate

N.A.
SOLID WASTES
Non hazardous

N.A.
Hazardous

N.A.
OTHER SIGNIFICANT POLLUTANTS

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REFERENCE CASE-U.S. FUEL PRICE SUMMARY BY SECTOR

DELIVERED PRICES
WORLD

INDUSTRIAL SECTOR
OIL

TRANSPORTATION SECTOR
RE: WELL: MINE-
b)
PRICE FINER HEAD MOUTH

RESID. LI NAT

ELEC

RESID.
(1984S CRUDE

GAS
COAL DISTIL- QUID URAL TRI- DISTIL FUEL QUID URAL TRI: DISTIL: FUEL QUID URAL

TRI: GASO DIE: FUEL JET
YEAR /BBL) COST PRICE PRICE LATE GASES GAS CITY LATE OIL GASES GAS CITY LATE OIL GASES GAS COAL CITY LINE SEL OIL FUEL
HIST.
1960 8.43 1.45 0.24 0.69 3.57 3.50 3.31 23.49 3.05 2.00 3.45 2.43 22.63 3.15 1.98 3.11 0.85 0.91 9.19 8.08 3.57 1.55 6.16
1965

8.09 1.39 0.32 0.60 3.38 3.10 3.04 19.75 2.90 1.65 3.02 2.24 18.21 2.91 1.65 2.69 0.81 0.81 7.85 7.44 3.38 1.29 3.38
1970 7.75 1.34 0.53 0.69 3.23 5.10 2.59 15.93 2.68 1.22 3.11 1.83 15.02 1.78 1.12 2.73 0.81 1.07 7.32 6.95 3.15 0.87 1.90
1975 24.44 4.21 0.97 1.54 4.86 7.12 2.96 18.25 4.37 3.59 4.73 2.34 18.14 3.96 3.42 4.54 1.52 2.61 10.72 8.22 5.34 2.56 3.86
1980 42.42

7.32 2.17 1.38 8.79 9.87 4.49 19.65 8.16 5.55 6.46 4.14 20.31 7.04 4.64 6.56 2.95 2.21 13.53 12.19 8.90 3.98 8.47
ESTI
1984,

28.88 4.94 2.60 1.18 7.81 7.84 5.95 19.81 6.34 5.16 6.57 5.41 20.20 6.23 4.23 6.65 4.10 1.71 16.77 8.90 8.57 3.72 6.29
PROJ.
1990 22.89 3.95 2.76 1.28 6.29 5.51 5.59 18.57 5.69 3.92 5.22 5.15 18.48 5.01 3.54 5.22 4.02 1.93 15.02 9.81 9.16 3.54 5.18
1995 29.79 5.13 3.68 1.31 7.66 6.70 6.58 19.28 7.04 4.95 6.45 6.14 19.14 6.47 4.70 6.45 4.99 2.00 15.80 11.12 10.64 4.70 6.72
2000 36.75 6.34 4.80 1.43 9.05 7.89 7.79 20.67 8.40 5.99 7.69 7.35 20.53 7.94 5.69 7.69 6.18 2.15 17.08 12.45 12.14 5.69 8.26
2005 46.92 8.09 5.70 1.49 11.08 9.64 8.76 21.71 10.40 7.50 9.51 8.32 21.59 10.10 7.13

9.51 7.13 2.25 18.09 14.38 14.38 7.13 10.53
2010 56.77 9.79 7.68 1.56 13.04 11.33 10.90 21.73 12.33 8.97 11.27 10.45 21.63 12.18 8.52 11.27 9.23 2.36 18.06 16.26 16.26 8.52 12.72

PER

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GAL

PER
GAL

PER
GAL

PER
BBL

PER
GAL

0.86 26.59

0.63

4.23 41.43 0.057

1.11

1.19 23.39

0.85

0.69 22.28 0.49 4.12 46.71 0.051
0.90 29.57 0.61 5.11 48.34 0.054
1.10 35.77 0.73 6.33 52.03 0.058
1.40 44.81 0.90 7.31 54.44 0.062
1.69 53.57 1.06 9.45 57.19 0.062

1.23
1.39
1.56
1.80
2.03

1.27 22.28
1.48 29.57
1.68 35.77
1.99 44.81
2.25 53.57

0.70
0.91
1.12
1.42
1.72

TABLE 3-3:

(1984 DOLLARS PER MILLION BTU)

RESOURCE PRICES

COMMERCIAL SECTOR
RESIDENTIAL SECTOR

LI: NAT: ELEC·
RESID. LI. NAT ELEC-

PHYSICAL UNITS

YEAR

PER
BBL

PER
BBL

PER
MCF

PER
TON

PER
GAL

PER
GAL

PER
MCF

PER
KWH

PER
GAL

PER
BBL

PER
GAL

PER
MCF

PER
KWH

ESTI.
1984

28.88 28.63

2.66 25.54

1.08

0.74

6.13 0.068

0.88 32.44

0.62

5.58 0.069

PROJ.
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010

22.89 22.89
29.79 29.79
36.75 36.75
46.92 46.92
56.77 56.77

2.84 28.23
3.78 28.97
4.92 31.60
5.85 32.93
7.88 34.58

0.87
1.06
1.25
1.54
1.81

0.52 5.72 0.063
0.63 6.74 0.066
0.75 7.88 0.071
0.91 8.97 0.074
1.07 11.16 0.074

0.79 24.67
0.98 31.13
1.17 37.65
1.44 47.17
1.71 56.40

0.49 5.27 0.063
0.61 6.29 0.065
0.73 7.52 0.070
0.90 8.52 0.074
1.06 10.70 0.074

a) Projected delivered prices are resource prices plus estimated markups for processing and distribution. b) U. S. average refiner aquisition cost of imported crude oil.

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