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					     2006 Guidelines for
  Greenhouse Gas Inventory
        Preparation

Industrial Process and Product Use (IPPU)
Starting Point for IPPU 2006 GL
Revised 1996 GL
GPG 2000 – Industrial Processes
TSU Merged Text (as zero order draft)
Approved outline or TOC for 2006 GL and
elaborated at CLA meeting in Oslo
General Guidance to Authors of the 2006 GL
by Steering Group/Authors of Cross Cutting
Volume
UNFCCC document FCCC/SBSTA/2003/INF.10
    Approach of 2006 GL
The style for GPG 2000 will be used for
2006 GL, such as tier approach and
decision tress
          General Structure
Methodological Structure
-   Choice Method
-   Choice of EF/AD
-   Completeness
-   Time series consistency
Uncertainty Assessment
    EF uncertainties
    AD uncertainties
Quality Assurance/Quality Control,
Completeness, Reporting
Reporting Tables and Worksheets
  IPPU – IPCC – APPROVED TOC
Overview of cross-cutting issues
Chemical industry emissions
Metal industry emissions
Mineral industry emissions
Non-energy product and feed stock use of
fuels
Ozone Precursors from industrial processes
Other industrial process emissions
Solvent and other product use
Emissions and fluorinated substitutes for
Ozone Depleting Substances
Overview and Cross-cutting issues
Definition of “process emissions”
Classification of sources
Ensuring consistent selection of source types
Treatment of abatement for industrial process
General methodology
  Overview
  Approaches to avoid double counting of CO2
  Tier
  Metal Industry Emissions
Emissions from Iron and Steel Industry
Ferro-alloy Production
SF6, PFC and CO2 emissions from Al
production
Emissions from production of non-
ferrous metals
Mineral Industry Emissions
Emissions from Cement Production
Emissions from Line Production
Emissions from Production of
Glass,Ceramics, bricks and mineral wool
Emissions from Limestone, Dolomite
and other carbonate use in other
industries
Chemical Industry Emissions
HFC-23 emissions from HCFC-22 production
Emissions from production of other
fluorinated compounds (eg. HFCs, SF6,
CF3SF5)
N2O Emissions from nitric acid production
N2O Emissions from Adipic Acid Production
Chemical Industry Emissions
Emissions from   caprolactum production (eg.
CO2)
Emissions from   carbide production
Emissions from   ammonia production (CO2)
Emissions from   urea production (eg. CO2)
Emissions from   titanium dioxide production
(eg. CO2)
Chemical Industry Emissions
Emissions from   soda ash production (eg.
CO2)
Emissions from   petrochemical industry (eg.
CO2, CH4)
Emissions from   the oil refinery industry (eg.
CO2, CH4)
Emissions from   hydrogen production (eg.
CO2)
Emissions from   other chemical processes (eg.
CH4)
Non-energy product and feedstock
          use of fuels
Chemical industry feedstocks
Plastics materials
Asphalt
Other
Other industrial process and
  product use emissions
PFC, HFC, SF6 emissions from
semiconductor and flat panel display
manufacturing
Emissions of SF6 from electrical
equipment
Use of SF6 and PFCs in other products
(eg. Running shoes, windows, tyres)
Medical applications of N2O
Emissions of Fluorinated Substitutes
 for Ozone Depleting Substances
Overview (covers production, use and
disposal issues)
Solvents
Aerosol
Foam blowing agents
Refrigeration
Mobile air-conditioning
Fire protection
Other applications
   Ozone Precursor and SO2
          Emissions
Emissions from   organic solvent use
Emissions from   aerosol products
Emissions from   other product use
Emissions from   other industrial
processes
other

				
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