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Council Directive (EU) 2015/652 of 20 April 2015 laying down calculation methods and reporting requirements pursuant to Directive 98/70/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council relating to the quality of petrol and diesel fuels

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ANNEX I METHOD FOR THE CALCULATION AND REPORTING OF THE LIFE CYCLE GREENHOUSE GAS INTENSITY OF FUELS AND ENERGY BY SUPPLIERS

Part 1 Calculation of a supplier's greenhouse gas intensity of fuels and energy

The greenhouse gas intensity for fuels and energy is expressed in terms of grams of carbon dioxide equivalent per mega joule of fuel (gCO2eq/MJ).

1.

The greenhouse gases taken into account for the purposes of calculating the greenhouse gas intensity of fuel is carbon dioxide (CO2), nitrous oxide (N2O) and methane (CH4). For the purpose of calculating CO2 equivalence, emissions of those gases are valued in terms of CO2 equivalent emissions, as follows:

CO2: 1;CH4: 25;N2O: 298
2.

Emissions from the manufacture of machinery and equipment utilised in extraction, production, refining and consumption of fossil fuels are not taken into account in the greenhouse gas calculation.

3.

A supplier's greenhouse gas intensity from the life cycle greenhouse gas emissions of all fuels and energy supplied shall be calculated in accordance with the formula below:

where:

(a)

‘#’ means the supplier's identification (i.e. the identification of the entity liable to pay excise duty) defined in Commission Regulation (EC) No 684/2009(1) as the Trader Excise Number (System for Exchange of Excise Data (SEED) registration number or value added tax (VAT) identification number in point 5(a) of Table 1 of Annex I to that Regulation for Destination Type codes 1 to 5 and 8), which is also the entity liable to pay the excise duty in accordance with Article 8 of Council Directive 2008/118/EC(2) at the time that excise duty became chargeable in accordance with Article 7(2) of Directive 2008/118/EC. If this identification is not available, Member States shall ensure that an equivalent means of identification is established in accordance with a national excise duty reporting scheme;

(b)

‘x’ means the fuel and energy types falling within the scope of this Directive as expressed in point17(c) of Table 1 of Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 684/2009. If these data are not available, Member States shall collect equivalent data in accordance with a nationally established excise duty reporting scheme;

(c)

‘MJx’ means the total energy supplied and converted from reported volumes of fuel ‘x’ expressed in mega joules. This is calculated as follows:

(i)

The quantity of each fuel per fuel type

It is derived from data reported pursuant to points 17(d), (f) and (o) of Table 1 of Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 684/2009. Biofuel quantities are converted to their lower-heat-value energy content pursuant to the energy densities set out in Annex III to Directive 2009/28/EC. Quantities of fuels from non-biological origin are converted to their lower-heat-value energy content pursuant to energy densities set out in Appendix 1 to the Joint Research Centre-EUCAR-CONCAWE (JEC)(3) Well-to-Tank report (version 4) of July 2013(4);

(ii)

Simultaneous co-processing of fossil fuels and biofuels

Processing includes any modification during the life cycle of a fuel or energy supplied causing a change to the molecular structure of the product. The addition of denaturant does not fall under this processing. The quantity of biofuels co-processed with fuels from non-biological origin reflects the post-processing state of the biofuel. The quantity of the co-processed biofuel is determined according to the energy balance and efficiency of the co-processing process as set out in point 17 of Part C of Annex IV to Directive 98/70/EC.

Where multiple biofuels are blended with fossil fuels, the quantity and type of each biofuel is taken into account in the calculation and reported by suppliers to the Member States.

The quantity of biofuel supplied that does not meet the sustainability criteria referred to in Article 7b(1) of Directive 98/70/EC is counted as fossil fuel.

E85 petrol-ethanol blend shall be calculated as a separate fuel for the purpose of Article 6 of Regulation (EC) No 443/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council(5).

If quantities are not collected pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 684/2009, Member States shall collect equivalent data in accordance with a nationally established excise duty reporting scheme;

(iii)

Quantity of electricity consumed

This is the amount of electricity consumed in road vehicles or motorcycles where a supplier reports this amount of energy to the relevant authority in each Member State in accordance with the following formula:

Electricity consumed = distance travelled (km) × electricity consumption efficiency (MJ/km);

(d)

Upstream emission reduction (UER)

‘UER’ is the upstream emission reduction of greenhouse gases claimed by a supplier, measured in gCO2eq if quantified and reported in accordance with the following requirements:

(i)

Eligibility

UERs shall only be applied to the upstream emission's part of the average default values for petrol, diesel, CNG or LPG.

UERs originating from any country may be counted as a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions against fuels from any feedstock source supplied by any supplier.

UERs shall only be counted if they are associated with projects that have started after 1 January 2011.

It is not necessary to prove that UERs would not have taken place without the reporting requirement set out in Article 7a of Directive 98/70/EC;

(ii)

Calculation

UERs shall be estimated and validated in accordance with principles and standards identified in International Standards, and in particular ISO 14064, ISO 14065 and ISO 14066.

The UERs and baseline emissions are to be monitored, reported and verified in accordance with ISO 14064 and providing results of equivalent confidence of Commission Regulation (EU) No 600/2012(6) and Commission Regulation (EU) No 601/2012(7). The verification of methods for estimating UERs must be done in accordance with ISO 14064-3 and the organisation verifying this must be accredited in accordance with ISO 14065;

(e)

‘GHGix’ is the greenhouse gas intensity of fuel or energy ‘x’ expressed in gCO2eq/MJ. Suppliers shall calculate the greenhouse gas intensity of each fuel or energy as follows:

(i)

Greenhouse gas intensity of fuels from a non-biological origin is the ‘weighted life cycle greenhouse gas intensity’ per fuel type listed in the last column of the table under point 5 of Part 2 of this Annex;

(ii)

Electricity is calculated as described in point 6 of Part 2;

(iii)

Greenhouse gas intensity of biofuels

The greenhouse gas intensity of biofuels meeting the sustainability criteria referred to in Article 7b(1) of Directive 98/70/EC is calculated in accordance with Article 7d of that Directive. In case data on the life cycle greenhouse gas emissions of biofuels was obtained in accordance with an agreement or scheme that has been the subject of a decision pursuant to Article 7c(4) of Directive 98/70/EC covering Article 7b(2) of that Directive, this data is also to be used to establish the greenhouse gas intensity of biofuels under Article 7b(1) of that Directive. The greenhouse gas intensity for biofuels not meeting the sustainability criteria referred to in Article 7b(1) of Directive 98/70/EC is equal to the greenhouse intensity of the respective fossil fuel derived from conventional crude oil or gas;

(iv)

Simultaneous co-processing of fuels from non-biological origin and biofuels

The greenhouse gas intensity of biofuels co-processed with fossil fuels shall reflect the post-processing state of the biofuel;

(f)

‘AF’ represents the adjustment factors for powertrain efficiencies:

Predominant conversion technologyEfficiency factor
Internal combustion engine1
Battery electric powertrain0,4
Hydrogen fuel cell electric powertrain0,4

Part 2 Reporting by suppliers for fuels other than biofuels

1.UERs of fossil fuels

In order for UERs to be eligible for the purposes of the reporting and calculation method, suppliers shall report the following to the authority designated by the Member States:

(a)

the starting date of the project, which must be after 1 January 2011;

(b)

the annual emission reductions in gCO2eq;

(c)

the duration for which the claimed reductions occurred;

(d)

the project location closest to the source of the emissions in latitude and longitude coordinates in degrees to the fourth decimal place;

(e)

the baseline annual emissions prior to installation of reduction measures and annual emissions after the reduction measures have been implemented in gCO2eq/MJ of feedstock produced;

(f)

the non-reusable certificate number uniquely identifying the scheme and the claimed greenhouse gas reductions;

(g)

the non-reusable number uniquely identifying the calculation method and the associated scheme;

(h)

where the project relates to oil extraction, the average annual historical and reporting year gas-to-oil ratio (GOR) in solution, reservoir pressure, depth and well production rate of the crude oil.

2.Origin

‘Origin’ means the feedstock trade name listed in point 7 of Part 2 of this Annex, but only where suppliers hold the necessary information by virtue of:

(a)

being a person or undertaking importing crude oil from third countries or receiving a crude oil delivery from another Member State pursuant to Article 1 of Council Regulation (EC) No 2964/95(8); or

(b)

arrangements to share information agreed with other suppliers.

In all other cases, origin shall refer to whether the fuel is of EU or non-EU origin.

The information collected and reported by suppliers to the Member States concerning the origin of fuels shall be confidential, but this shall not prevent the publication by the Commission of general information or information in summary form which does not contain details relating to individual undertakings;

For biofuels, origin means the biofuel production pathway set out in Annex IV to Directive 98/70/EC.

Where multiple feedstocks are used, suppliers shall report on the quantity in metric tonnes of finished product of each feedstock produced in the respective processing facility during the reporting year.

3.Place of purchase

‘Place of purchase’ means the country and name of the processing facility where the fuel or energy underwent the last substantial transformation used to confer the origin of the fuel or energy in accordance with Commission Regulation (EEC) No 2454/93(9).

4.SMEs

By way of derogation for suppliers that are SMEs, ‘origin’ and ‘place of purchase’ is either EU or non-EU, as appropriate, irrespective of whether they import crude oil or they supply petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous materials.

5.Average life cycle greenhouse gas intensity default values for fuels other than biofuels and electricity

Raw material source and processFuel placed on the marketLife cycle GHG intensity (gCO2eq/MJ)Weighted life cycle GHG intensity (gCO2eq/MJ)
Conventional crudePetrol93,293,3
Natural Gas-to-Liquid94,3
Coal-to-Liquid172
Natural bitumen107
Oil shale131,3
Conventional crudeDiesel or gasoil9595,1
Natural Gas-to-Liquid94,3
Coal-to-Liquid172
Natural bitumen108,5
Oil shale133,7
Any fossil sourcesLiquefied Petroleum Gas in a spark ignition engine73,673,6
Natural Gas, EU mixCompressed Natural Gas in a spark ignition engine69,369,3
Natural Gas, EU mixLiquefied Natural Gas in a spark ignition engine74,574,5
Sabatier reaction of hydrogen from non-biological renewable energy electrolysisCompressed synthetic methane in a spark ignition engine3,33,3
Natural gas using steam reformingCompressed Hydrogen in a fuel cell104,3104,3
Electrolysis fully powered by non-biological renewable energyCompressed Hydrogen in a fuel cell9,19,1
CoalCompressed Hydrogen in a fuel cell234,4234,4
Coal with Carbon Capture and Storage of process emissionsCompressed Hydrogen in a fuel cell52,752,7
Waste plastic derived from fossil feedstocksPetrol, diesel or gasoil8686

6.Electricity

For the reporting by energy suppliers of electricity consumed by electric vehicles and motorcycles, Member States should calculate national average life cycle default values in accordance with appropriate International Standards.

Alternatively, Member States may permit their suppliers to establish greenhouse gas intensity values (gCO2eq/MJ) for electricity from data reported by Member States on the basis of:

(a)

Regulation (EC) No 1099/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council(10);

(b)

Regulation (EU) No 525/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council(11); or

(c)

Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No 666/2014(12).

7.Feedstock trade name

CountryFeedstock trade nameAPISulphur (wt %)
Abu DhabiAl Bunduq38,51,1
Abu DhabiMubarraz38,10,9
Abu DhabiMurban40,50,8
Abu DhabiZakum (Lower Zakum/Abu Dhabi Marine)40,61
Abu DhabiUmm Shaif (Abu Dhabi Marine)37,41,5
Abu DhabiArzanah440
Abu DhabiAbu Al Bu Khoosh31,62
Abu DhabiMurban Bottoms21,4Not available (NA)
Abu DhabiTop Murban21NA
Abu DhabiUpper Zakum34,41,7
AlgeriaArzew44,30,1
AlgeriaHassi Messaoud42,80,2
AlgeriaZarzaitine430,1
AlgeriaAlgerian440,1
AlgeriaSkikda44,30,1
AlgeriaSaharan Blend45,50,1
AlgeriaHassi Ramal600,1
AlgeriaAlgerian Condensate64,5NA
AlgeriaAlgerian Mix45,60,2
AlgeriaAlgerian Condensate (Arzew)65,80
AlgeriaAlgerian Condensate (Bejaia)65,00
AlgeriaTop Algerian24,6NA
AngolaCabinda31,70,2
AngolaTakula33,70,1
AngolaSoyo Blend33,70,2
AngolaMandji29,51,3
AngolaMalongo (West)26NA
AngolaCavala-142,3NA
AngolaSulele (South-1)38,7NA
AngolaPalanca400,14
AngolaMalongo (North)30NA
AngolaMalongo (South)25NA
AngolaNemba38,50
AngolaGirassol31,3NA
AngolaKuito20NA
AngolaHungo28,8NA
AngolaKissinje30,50,37
AngolaDalia23,61,48
AngolaGimboa23,70,65
AngolaMondo28,80,44
AngolaPlutonio33,20,036
AngolaSaxi Batuque Blend33,20,36
AngolaXikomba34,40,41
ArgentinaTierra del Fuego42,4NA
ArgentinaSanta Cruz26,9NA
ArgentinaEscalante240,2
ArgentinaCanadon Seco270,2
ArgentinaHidra51,70,05
ArgentinaMedanito34,930,48
ArmeniaArmenian MiscellaneousNANA
AustraliaJabiru42,30,03
AustraliaKooroopa (Jurassic)42NA
AustraliaTalgeberry (Jurassic)43NA
AustraliaTalgeberry (Up Cretaceous)51NA
AustraliaWoodside Condensate51,8NA
AustraliaSaladin-3 (Top Barrow)49NA
AustraliaHarriet38NA
AustraliaSkua-3 (Challis Field)43NA
AustraliaBarrow Island36,80,1
AustraliaNorthwest Shelf Condensate53,10
AustraliaJackson Blend41,90
AustraliaCooper Basin45,20,02
AustraliaGriffin550,03
AustraliaBuffalo Crude53NA
AustraliaCossack48,20,04
AustraliaElang56,2NA
AustraliaEnfield21,70,13
AustraliaGippsland (Bass Strait)45,40,1
AzerbaijanAzeri Light34,80,15
BahrainBahrain MiscellaneousNANA
BelarusBelarus MiscellaneousNANA
BeninSeme22,60,5
BeninBenin MiscellaneousNANA
BelizeBelize Light Crude40NA
BelizeBelize MiscellaneousNANA
BoliviaBolivian Condensate58,80,1
BrazilGaroupa30,50,1
BrazilSergipano25,10,4
BrazilCampos Basin20NA
BrazilUrucu (Upper Amazon)42NA
BrazilMarlim20NA
BrazilBrazil Polvo19,61,14
BrazilRoncador28,30,58
BrazilRoncador Heavy18NA
BrazilAlbacora East19,80,52
BruneiSeria Light36,20,1
BruneiChampion24,40,1
BruneiChampion Condensate650,1
BruneiBrunei LS Blend320,1
BruneiBrunei Condensate65NA
BruneiChampion Export23,90,12
CameroonKole Marine Blend34,90,3
CameroonLokele21,50,5
CameroonMoudi Light40NA
CameroonMoudi Heavy21,3NA
CameroonEbome32,10,35
CameroonCameroon MiscellaneousNANA
CanadaPeace River Light41NA
CanadaPeace River Medium33NA
CanadaPeace River Heavy23NA
CanadaManyberries36,5NA
CanadaRainbow Light and Medium40,7NA
CanadaPembina33NA
CanadaBells Hill Lake32NA
CanadaFosterton Condensate63NA
CanadaRangeland Condensate67,3NA
CanadaRedwater35NA
CanadaLloydminster20,72,8
CanadaWainwright-Kinsella23,12,3
CanadaBow River Heavy26,72,4
CanadaFosterton21,43
CanadaSmiley-Coleville22,52,2
CanadaMidale292,4
CanadaMilk River Pipeline361,4
CanadaIpl-Mix Sweet400,2
CanadaIpl-Mix Sour380,5
CanadaIpl Condensate550,3
CanadaAurora Light39,50,4
CanadaAurora Condensate650,3
CanadaReagan Field350,2
CanadaSynthetic Canada30,31,7
CanadaCold Lake13,24,1
CanadaCold Lake Blend26,93
CanadaCanadian Federated39,40,3
CanadaChauvin222,7
CanadaGcos23NA
CanadaGulf Alberta L & M35,11
CanadaLight Sour Blend351,2
CanadaLloyd Blend222,8
CanadaPeace River Condensate54,9NA
CanadaSarnium Condensate57,7NA
CanadaSaskatchewan Light32,9NA
CanadaSweet Mixed Blend380,5
CanadaSyncrude320,1
CanadaRangeland — South L & M39,50,5
CanadaNorthblend Nevis34NA
CanadaCanadian Common Condensate55NA
CanadaCanadian Common390,3
CanadaWaterton Condensate65,1NA
CanadaPanuke Condensate56NA
CanadaFederated Light and Medium39,72
CanadaWabasca23NA
CanadaHibernia37,30,37
CanadaBC Light40NA
CanadaBoundary39NA
CanadaAlbian Heavy21NA
CanadaKoch Alberta34NA
CanadaTerra Nova32,3NA
CanadaEcho Blend20,63,15
CanadaWestern Canadian Blend19,83
CanadaWestern Canadian Select20,53,33
CanadaWhite Rose31,00,31
CanadaAccess22NA
CanadaPremium Albian Synthetic Heavy20,9NA
CanadaAlbian Residuum Blend (ARB)20,032,62
CanadaChristina Lake20,53
CanadaCNRL34NA
CanadaHusky Synthetic Blend31,910,11
CanadaPremium Albian Synthetic (PAS)35,50,04
CanadaSeal Heavy (SH)19,894,54
CanadaSuncor Synthetic A (OSA)33,610,178
CanadaSuncor Synthetic H (OSH)19,533,079
CanadaPeace Sour33NA
CanadaWestern Canadian Resid20,7NA
CanadaChristina Dilbit Blend21,0NA
CanadaChristina Lake Dilbit38,083,80
ChadDoba Blend (Early Production)24,80,14
ChadDoba Blend (Later Production)20,80,17
ChileChile MiscellaneousNANA
ChinaTaching (Daqing)330,1
ChinaShengli24,21
ChinaBeibuNANA
ChinaChengbei17NA
ChinaLufeng34,4NA
ChinaXijiang28NA
ChinaWei Zhou39,9NA
ChinaLiu Hua21NA
ChinaBoz Hong170,282
ChinaPeng Lai21,80,29
ChinaXi Xiang32,180,09
ColombiaOnto35,30,5
ColombiaPutamayo350,5
ColombiaRio Zulia40,40,3
ColombiaOrito34,90,5
ColombiaCano-Limon30,80,5
ColombiaLasmo30NA
ColombiaCano Duya-128NA
ColombiaCorocora-131,6NA
ColombiaSuria Sur-132NA
ColombiaTunane-129NA
ColombiaCasanare23NA
ColombiaCusiana44,40,2
ColombiaVasconia27,30,6
ColombiaCastilla Blend20,81,72
ColombiaCupiaga43,110,082
ColombiaSouth Blend28,60,72
Congo (Brazzaville)Emeraude23,60,5
Congo (Brazzaville)Djeno Blend26,90,3
Congo (Brazzaville)Viodo Marina-126,5NA
Congo (Brazzaville)Nkossa470,03
Congo (Kinshasa)Muanda340,1
Congo (Kinshasa)Congo/Zaire31,70,1
Congo (Kinshasa)Coco30,40,15
Côte d'IvoireEspoir31,40,3
Côte d'IvoireLion Cote41,10,101
DenmarkDan30,40,3
DenmarkGorm33,90,2
DenmarkDanish North Sea34,50,26
DubaiDubai (Fateh)31,12
DubaiMargham Light50,30
EcuadorOriente29,21
EcuadorQuito29,50,7
EcuadorSanta Elena350,1
EcuadorLimoncoha-128NA
EcuadorFrontera-130,7NA
EcuadorBogi-121,2NA
EcuadorNapo192
EcuadorNapo Light19,3NA
EgyptBelayim27,52,2
EgyptEl Morgan29,41,7
EgyptRhas Gharib24,33,3
EgyptGulf of Suez Mix31,91,5
EgyptGeysum19,5NA
EgyptEast Gharib (J-1)37,9NA
EgyptMango-135,1NA
EgyptRhas Budran25NA
EgyptZeit Bay34,10,1
EgyptEast Zeit Mix390,87
Equatorial GuineaZafiro30,3NA
Equatorial GuineaAlba Condensate55NA
Equatorial GuineaCeiba30,10,42
GabonGamba31,80,1
GabonMandji30,51,1
GabonLucina Marine39,50,1
GabonOguendjo35NA
GabonRabi-Kouanga340,6
GabonT'Catamba44,30,21
GabonRabi33,40,06
GabonRabi Blend34NA
GabonRabi Light37,70,15
GabonEtame Marin36NA
GabonOlende17,61,54
GabonGabonian MiscellaneousNANA
GeorgiaGeorgian MiscellaneousNANA
GhanaBonsu320,1
GhanaSalt Pond37,40,1
GuatemalaCoban27,7NA
GuatemalaRubelsanto27NA
IndiaBombay High39,40,2
IndonesiaMinas (Sumatron Light)34,50,1
IndonesiaArdjuna35,20,1
IndonesiaAttaka42,30,1
IndonesiaSuri18,40,2
IndonesiaSanga Sanga25,70,2
IndonesiaSepinggan37,90,9
IndonesiaWalio34,10,7
IndonesiaArimbi31,80,2
IndonesiaPoleng43,20,2
IndonesiaHandil32,80,1
IndonesiaJatibarang290,1
IndonesiaCinta33,40,1
IndonesiaBekapai400,1
IndonesiaKatapa520,1
IndonesiaSalawati380,5
IndonesiaDuri (Sumatran Heavy)21,10,2
IndonesiaSembakung37,50,1
IndonesiaBadak41,30,1
IndonesiaArun Condensate54,5NA
IndonesiaUdang380,1
IndonesiaKlamono18,71
IndonesiaBunya31,70,1
IndonesiaPamusian18,10,2
IndonesiaKerindigan21,60,3
IndonesiaMelahin24,70,3
IndonesiaBunyu31,70,1
IndonesiaCamar36,3NA
IndonesiaCinta Heavy27NA
IndonesiaLalang40,4NA
IndonesiaKakap46,6NA
IndonesiaSisi-140NA
IndonesiaGiti-133,6NA
IndonesiaAyu-134,3NA
IndonesiaBima22,5NA
IndonesiaPadang Isle34,7NA
IndonesiaIntan32,8NA
IndonesiaSepinggan — Yakin Mixed31,70,1
IndonesiaWiduri320,1
IndonesiaBelida45,90
IndonesiaSenipah51,90,03
IranIranian Light33,81,4
IranIranian Heavy311,7
IranSoroosh (Cyrus)18,13,3
IranDorrood (Darius)33,62,4
IranRostam35,91,55
IranSalmon (Sassan)33,91,9
IranForoozan (Fereidoon)31,32,5
IranAboozar (Ardeshir)26,92,5
IranSirri30,92,3
IranBahrgansar/Nowruz (SIRIP Blend)27,12,5
IranBahr/Nowruz25,02,5
IranIranian MiscellaneousNANA
IraqBasrah Light (Pers. Gulf)33,72
IraqKirkuk (Pers. Gulf)35,11,9
IraqMishrif (Pers. Gulf)28NA
IraqBai Hasson (Pers. Gulf)34,12,4
IraqBasrah Medium (Pers. Gulf)31,12,6
IraqBasrah Heavy (Pers. Gulf)24,73,5
IraqKirkuk Blend (Pers. Gulf)35,12
IraqN. Rumalia (Pers. Gulf)34,32
IraqRas el Behar33NA
IraqBasrah Light (Red Sea)33,72
IraqKirkuk (Red Sea)36,11,9
IraqMishrif (Red Sea)28NA
IraqBai Hasson (Red Sea)34,12,4
IraqBasrah Medium (Red Sea)31,12,6
IraqBasrah Heavy (Red Sea)24,73,5
IraqKirkuk Blend (Red Sea)341,9
IraqN. Rumalia (Red Sea)34,32
IraqRatawi23,54,1
IraqBasrah Light (Turkey)33,72
IraqKirkuk (Turkey)36,11,9
IraqMishrif (Turkey)28NA
IraqBai Hasson (Turkey)34,12,4
IraqBasrah Medium (Turkey)31,12,6
IraqBasrah Heavy (Turkey)24,73,5
IraqKirkuk Blend (Turkey)341,9
IraqN. Rumalia (Turkey)34,32
IraqFAO Blend27,73,6
KazakhstanKumkol42,50,07
KazakhstanCPC Blend44,20,54
KuwaitMina al Ahmadi (Kuwait Export)31,42,5
KuwaitMagwa (Lower Jurassic)38NA
KuwaitBurgan (Wafra)23,33,4
LibyaBu Attifel43,60
LibyaAmna (high pour)36,10,2
LibyaBrega40,40,2
LibyaSirtica43,30,43
LibyaZueitina41,30,3
LibyaBunker Hunt37,60,2
LibyaEl Hofra42,30,3
LibyaDahra410,4
LibyaSarir38,30,2
LibyaZueitina Condensate650,1
LibyaEl Sharara42,10,07
MalaysiaMiri Light36,30,1
MalaysiaTembungo37,5NA
MalaysiaLabuan Blend33,20,1
MalaysiaTapis44,30,1
MalaysiaTembungo37,40
MalaysiaBintulu26,50,1
MalaysiaBekok49NA
MalaysiaPulai42,6NA
MalaysiaDulang390,037
MauritaniaChinguetti28,20,51
MexicoIsthmus32,81,5
MexicoMaya223,3
MexicoOlmeca39NA
MexicoAltamira16NA
MexicoTopped Isthmus26,11,72
NetherlandsAlba19,59NA
Neutral ZoneEocene (Wafra)18,64,6
Neutral ZoneHout32,81,9
Neutral ZoneKhafji28,52,9
Neutral ZoneBurgan (Wafra)23,33,4
Neutral ZoneRatawi23,54,1
Neutral ZoneNeutral Zone Mix23,1NA
Neutral ZoneKhafji Blend23,43,8
NigeriaForcados Blend29,70,3
NigeriaEscravos36,20,1
NigeriaBrass River40,90,1
NigeriaQua Iboe35,80,1
NigeriaBonny Medium25,20,2
NigeriaPennington36,60,1
NigeriaBomu330,2
NigeriaBonny Light36,70,1
NigeriaBrass Blend40,90,1
NigeriaGilli Gilli47,3NA
NigeriaAdanga35,1NA
NigeriaIyak-336NA
NigeriaAntan35,2NA
NigeriaOSO470,06
NigeriaUkpokiti42,30,01
NigeriaYoho39,6NA
NigeriaOkwori36,9NA
NigeriaBonga28,1NA
NigeriaERHA31,70,21
NigeriaAmenam Blend390,09
NigeriaAkpo45,170,06
NigeriaEA38NA
NigeriaAgbami47,20,044
NorwayEkofisk43,40,2
NorwayTor420,1
NorwayStatfjord38,40,3
NorwayHeidrun29NA
NorwayNorwegian Forties37,1NA
NorwayGullfaks28,60,4
NorwayOseberg32,50,2
NorwayNorne33,10,19
NorwayTroll28,30,31
NorwayDraugen39,6NA
NorwaySleipner Condensate620,02
OmanOman Export36,30,8
Papua New GuineaKutubu440,04
PeruLoreto340,3
PeruTalara32,70,1
PeruHigh Cold Test37,5NA
PeruBayovar22,6NA
PeruLow Cold Test34,3NA
PeruCarmen Central-520,7NA
PeruShiviyacu-2320,8NA
PeruMayna25,7NA
PhilippinesNido26,5NA
PhilippinesPhilippines MiscellaneousNANA
QatarDukhan41,71,3
QatarQatar Marine35,31,6
QatarQatar Land41,4NA
Ras Al KhaimahRak Condensate54,1NA
Ras Al KhaimahRas Al Khaimah MiscellaneousNANA
RussiaUrals312
RussiaRussian Export Blend32,51,4
RussiaM10017,62,02
RussiaM100 Heavy16,672,09
RussiaSiberian Light37,80,4
RussiaE4 (Gravenshon)19,841,95
RussiaE4 Heavy182,35
RussiaPurovsky Condensate64,10,01
RussiaSokol39,70,18
Saudi ArabiaLight (Pers. Gulf)33,41,8
Saudi ArabiaHeavy (Pers. Gulf) (Safaniya)27,92,8
Saudi ArabiaMedium (Pers. Gulf) (Khursaniyah)30,82,4
Saudi ArabiaExtra Light (Pers. Gulf) (Berri)37,81,1
Saudi ArabiaLight (Yanbu)33,41,2
Saudi ArabiaHeavy (Yanbu)27,92,8
Saudi ArabiaMedium (Yanbu)30,82,4
Saudi ArabiaBerri (Yanbu)37,81,1
Saudi ArabiaMedium (Zuluf/Marjan)31,12,5
SharjahMubarek Sharjah370,6
SharjahSharjah Condensate49,70,1
SingaporeRantau50,50,1
SpainAmposta Marina North37NA
SpainCasablanca34NA
SpainEl Dorado26,6NA
SyriaSyrian Straight15NA
SyriaThayyem35NA
SyriaOmar Blend38NA
SyriaOmar36,50,1
SyriaSyrian Light360,6
SyriaSouedie24,93,8
ThailandErawan Condensate54,1NA
ThailandSirikit41NA
ThailandNang Nuan30NA
ThailandBualuang27NA
ThailandBenchamas42,40,12
Trinidad and TobagoGaleota Mix32,80,3
Trinidad and TobagoTrintopec24,8NA
Trinidad and TobagoLand/Trinmar23,41,2
Trinidad and TobagoCalypso Miscellaneous30,840,59
TunisiaZarzaitine41,90,1
TunisiaAshtart291
TunisiaEl Borma43,30,1
TunisiaEzzaouia-241,5NA
TurkeyTurkish MiscellaneousNANA
UkraineUkraine MiscellaneousNANA
United KingdomAuk37,20,5
United KingdomBeatrice38,70,05
United KingdomBrae33,60,7
United KingdomBuchan33,70,8
United KingdomClaymore30,51,6
United KingdomS.V. (Brent)36,70,3
United KingdomTartan41,70,6
United KingdomTern350,7
United KingdomMagnus39,30,3
United KingdomDunlin34,90,4
United KingdomFulmar400,3
United KingdomHutton30,50,7
United KingdomN.W. Hutton36,20,3
United KingdomMaureen35,50,6
United KingdomMurchison38,80,3
United KingdomNinian Blend35,60,4
United KingdomMontrose40,10,2
United KingdomBeryl36,50,4
United KingdomPiper35,60,9
United KingdomForties36,60,3
United KingdomBrent Blend380,4
United KingdomFlotta35,71,1
United KingdomThistle370,3
United KingdomS.V. (Ninian)380,3
United KingdomArgyle38,60,2
United KingdomHeather33,80,7
United KingdomSouth Birch38,6NA
United KingdomWytch Farm41,5NA
United KingdomCormorant North34,90,7
United KingdomCormorant South (Cormorant ‘A’)35,70,6
United KingdomAlba19,2NA
United KingdomFoinhaven26,30,38
United KingdomSchiehallion25,8NA
United KingdomCaptain19,10,7
United KingdomHarding20,70,59
US AlaskaANSNANA
US ColoradoNiobraraNANA
US New MexicoFour CornersNANA
US North DakotaBakkenNANA
US North DakotaNorth Dakota SweetNANA
US TexasWTINANA
US TexasEagle FordNANA
US UtahCovenantNANA
US Federal OCSBetaNANA
US Federal OCSCarpinteriaNANA
US Federal OCSDos CuadrasNANA
US Federal OCSHondoNANA
US Federal OCSHuenemeNANA
US Federal OCSPescadoNANA
US Federal OCSPoint ArguelloNANA
US Federal OCSPoint PedernalesNANA
US Federal OCSSacateNANA
US Federal OCSSanta ClaraNANA
US Federal OCSSockeyeNANA
UzbekistanUzbekistan MiscellaneousNANA
VenezuelaJobo (Monagas)12,62
VenezuelaLama Lamar36,71
VenezuelaMariago271,5
VenezuelaRuiz32,41,3
VenezuelaTucipido360,3
VenezuelaVenez Lot 1736,30,9
VenezuelaMara 16/1816,53,5
VenezuelaTia Juana Light32,11,1
VenezuelaTia Juana Med 2624,81,6
VenezuelaOfficina35,10,7
VenezuelaBachaquero16,82,4
VenezuelaCento Lago36,91,1
VenezuelaLagunillas17,82,2
VenezuelaLa Rosa Medium25,31,7
VenezuelaSan Joaquin420,2
VenezuelaLagotreco29,51,3
VenezuelaLagocinco361,1
VenezuelaBoscan10,15,5
VenezuelaLeona24,11,5
VenezuelaBarinas26,21,8
VenezuelaSylvestre28,41
VenezuelaMesa29,21,2
VenezuelaCeuta31,81,2
VenezuelaLago Medio31,51,2
VenezuelaTigre24,5NA
VenezuelaAnaco Wax41,50,2
VenezuelaSanta Rosa490,1
VenezuelaBombai19,61,6
VenezuelaAguasay41,10,3
VenezuelaAnaco43,40,1
VenezuelaBCF-Bach/Lag1716,82,4
VenezuelaBCF-Bach/Lag2120,42,1
VenezuelaBCF-21,921,9NA
VenezuelaBCF-2423,51,9
VenezuelaBCF-31311,2
VenezuelaBCF Blend341
VenezuelaBolival Coast23,51,8
VenezuelaCeuta/Bach 1818,52,3
VenezuelaCorridor Block26,91,6
VenezuelaCretaceous420,4
VenezuelaGuanipa300,7
VenezuelaLago Mix Med.23,41,9
VenezuelaLarosa/Lagun23,81,8
VenezuelaMenemoto19,32,2
VenezuelaCabimas20,81,8
VenezuelaBCF-23231,9
VenezuelaOficina/Mesa32,20,9
VenezuelaPilon13,82
VenezuelaRecon (Venez)34NA
Venezuela102 Tj (25)251,6
VenezuelaTjl Cretaceous390,6
VenezuelaTia Juana Pesado (Heavy)12,12,7
VenezuelaMesa-Recon28,41,3
VenezuelaOritupano192
VenezuelaHombre Pintado29,70,3
VenezuelaMerey17,42,2
VenezuelaLago Light41,20,4
VenezuelaLaguna11,20,3
VenezuelaBach/Cueta Mix241,2
VenezuelaBachaquero 13132,7
VenezuelaCeuta — 28281,6
VenezuelaTemblador23,10,8
VenezuelaLagomar321,2
VenezuelaTaparito17NA
VenezuelaBCF-Heavy16,7NA
VenezuelaBCF-Medium22NA
VenezuelaCaripito Blend17,8NA
VenezuelaLaguna/Ceuta Mix18,1NA
VenezuelaMorichal10,6NA
VenezuelaPedenales20,1NA
VenezuelaQuiriquire16,3NA
VenezuelaTucupita17NA
VenezuelaFurrial-2 (E. Venezuela)27NA
VenezuelaCurazao Blend18NA
VenezuelaSanta Barbara36,5NA
VenezuelaCerro Negro15NA
VenezuelaBCF2221,12,11
VenezuelaHamaca261,55
VenezuelaZuata 1015NA
VenezuelaZuata 2025NA
VenezuelaZuata 3035NA
VenezuelaMonogas15,93,3
VenezuelaCorocoro24NA
VenezuelaPetrozuata19,52,69
VenezuelaMorichal 1616NA
VenezuelaGuafita28,60,73
VietnamBach Ho (White Tiger)38,60
VietnamDai Hung (Big Bear)36,90,1
VietnamRang Dong37,70,5
VietnamRuby35,60,08
VietnamSu Tu Den (Black Lion)36,80,05
YemenNorth Yemeni Blend40,5NA
YemenAlif40,40,1
YemenMaarib Lt.490,2
YemenMasila Blend30-310,6
YemenShabwa Blend34,60,6
AnyOil shaleNANA
AnyShale oilNANA
AnyNatural Gas: piped from sourceNANA
AnyNatural Gas: from LNGNANA
AnyShale gas: piped from sourceNANA
AnyCoalNANA

ANNEX II CALCULATION OF THE FUEL BASELINE STANDARD OF FOSSIL FUELS

Calculation method

(a)

The fuel baseline standard is calculated based on Union average fossil fuel consumption of petrol, diesel, gasoil, LPG and CNG, as follows:

where:

  • ‘x’ represents the different fuels and energy falling within the scope of this Directive and as defined in the table below;

  • ‘GHGix’ is the greenhouse gas intensity of the annual supply sold on the market of fuel ‘x’ or energy falling within the scope of this Directive expressed in gCO2eq/MJ. The values for fossil fuels presented in point 5 of Part 2 of Annex I are used;

  • ‘MJx’ is the total energy supplied and converted from reported volumes of fuel ‘x’ expressed in mega joules.

(b)

Consumption data

The consumption data used for calculation of the value is as follows:

FuelEnergy Consumption (MJ)Source
diesel7 894 969 × 1062010 Member States reporting to the UNFCCC
non-road gasoil240 763 × 106
petrol3 844 356 × 106
LPG217 563 × 106
CNG51 037 × 106

Greenhouse gas intensity

The fuel baseline standard for 2010 shall be: 94,1 gCO2eq/MJ

ANNEX III MEMBER STATE REPORTING TO THE COMMISSION

1.

By 31 December each year, Member States are to report the data listed in point 3. These data must be reported for all fuel and energy placed on the market in each Member State. Where multiple biofuels are blended with fossil fuels, the data for each biofuel must be provided.

2.

The data listed in point 3 are to be reported separately for fuel or energy placed on the market by suppliers within a given Member State (including joint suppliers operating in a single Member State).

3.

For each fuel and energy, Member States are to report the following data to the Commission, as aggregated according to point 2 and as defined in Annex I:

(a)

fuel or energy type;

(b)

volume or quantity of fuel or electricity;

(c)

greenhouse gas intensity;

(d)

UERs;

(e)

origin;

(f)

place of purchase.

ANNEX IV TEMPLATE FOR REPORTING INFORMATION FOR CONSISTENCY OF THE REPORTED DATA

Fuel — Single Suppliers

EntryJoint Reporting (YES/NO)CountrySupplier1Fuel type7Fuel CN code7Quantity2Average GHG intensityUpstream Emission Reduction5Reduction on 2010 average
by litresby energy
1
CN codeGHG intensity4FeedstockCN codeGHG intensity4sustainable (YES/NO)
Component F.1 (Fossil Fuel Component)Component B.1 (Biofuel Component)
Component F.n (Fossil Fuel Component)Component B.m (Biofuel Component)
k
CN code2GHG intensity4FeedstockCN code2GHG intensity4sustainable (YES/NO)
Component F.1 (Fossil Fuel Component)Component B.1 (Biofuel Component)
Component F.n (Fossil Fuel Component)Component B.m (Biofuel Component)

Fuel — Joint Suppliers

EntryJoint Reporting (YES/NO)CountrySupplier1Fuel type7Fuel CN code7Quantity2Average GHG intensityUpstream Emission Reduction5Reduction on 2010 average
by litresby energy
IYES
YES
Subtotal
CN codeGHG intensity4FeedstockCN codeGHG intensity4sustainable (YES/NO)
Component F.1 (Fossil Fuel Component)Component B.1 (Biofuel Component)
Component F.n (Fossil Fuel Component)Component B.m (Biofuel Component)
xYES
YES
Subtotal
CN code2GHG intensity4FeedstockCN code2GHG intensity4sustainable (YES/NO)
Component F.1 (Fossil Fuel Component)Component B.1 (Biofuel Component)
Component F.n (Fossil Fuel Component)Component B.m (Biofuel Component)

Electricity

Joint ReportingCountrySupplier1Energy type7Quantity6GHG intensityReduction on 2010 average
by energy
NO
Joint Supplier Information
CountrySupplier1Energy type7Quantity6GHG intensityReduction on 2010 average
by energy
YES
YES
Subtotal

Origin — Single Suppliers8

Entry 1component F.1Entry 1component F.nEntry kcomponent F.1Entry kcomponent F.n
Feedstock Trade NameAPI gravity3TonnesFeedstock Trade NameAPI gravity3TonnesFeedstock Trade NameAPI gravity3TonnesFeedstock Trade NameAPI gravity3Tonnes
Entry 1component B.1Entry 1component B.mEntry kcomponent B.1Entry kcomponent B.m
Bio PathwayAPI gravity3TonnesBio PathwayAPI gravity3TonnesBio PathwayAPI gravity3TonnesBio PathwayAPI gravity3Tonnes

Origin — Joint Suppliers8

Entry lcomponent F.1Entry lcomponent F.nEntry Xcomponent F.1Entry Xcomponent F.n
Feedstock Trade NameAPI gravity3TonnesFeedstock Trade NameAPI gravity3TonnesFeedstock Trade NameAPI gravity3TonnesFeedstock Trade NameAPI gravity3Tonnes
Entry lcomponent B.1Entry lcomponent B.mEntry Xcomponent B.1Entry Xcomponent B.m
Bio PathwayAPI gravity3TonnesBio PathwayAPI gravity3TonnesBio PathwayAPI gravity3TonnesBio PathwayAPI gravity3Tonnes

Place of Purchase9

EntryComponentRefinery/ Processing Facility NamesCountryRefinery/ Processing Facility NamesCountryRefinery/ Processing Facility NamesCountryRefinery/ Processing Facility NamesCountryRefinery/ Processing Facility NamesCountryRefinery/ Processing Facility NamesCountry
1F.1
1F.n
1B.1
1B.m
kF.1
kF.n
kB.1
kB.m
lF.1
lF.n
lB.1
lB.m
XF.1
XF.n
XB.1
XB.m

Total energy reported and reduction achieved per Member State

Volume (by energy)10GHG intensityReduction on 2010 average

Format Notes

The template for supplier reporting is identical to the template for Member State reporting.

Shaded cells do not have to be filled in.

1.Supplier identification is defined in point 3(a) of Part 1 of Annex I;

2.Quantity of fuel is defined in point 3(c) of Part 1 of Annex I;

3.American Petroleum Institute (API) gravity is defined pursuant to testing method ASTM D287;

4.Greenhouse gas intensity is defined in point 3(e) of Part 1 of Annex I;

5.UER is defined in point 3(d) of Part 1 of Annex I; reporting specifications are defined in point 1 of Part 2 of Annex I;

6.Quantity of electricity is defined in point 6 of Part 2 of Annex I;

7.Fuel types and corresponding CN codes are defined in point 3(b) of Part 1 of Annex I;

8.Origin is defined in points 2 and 4 of Part 2 of Annex I;

9.Place of Purchase is defined in points 3 and 4 of Part 2 of Annex I;

10.Total quantity of energy (fuel and electricity) consumed.

(1)

Commission Regulation (EC) No 684/2009 of 24 July 2009 implementing Council Directive 2008/118/EC as regards the computerised procedures for the movement of excise goods under suspension of excise duty (OJ L 197, 29.7.2009, p. 24).

(2)

Council Directive 2008/118/EC of 16 December 2008 concerning the general arrangements for excise duty and repealing Directive 92/12/EEC (OJ L 9, 14.1.2009, p. 12).

(3)

The JEC consortium brings together the European Commission Joint Research Centre (JRC), EUCAR (European Council for Automotive R&D) and CONCAWE (the oil companies' European association for environment, health and safety in refining and distribution).

(4)

http://iet.jrc.ec.europa.eu/about-jec/sites/about-jec/files/documents/report_2013/wtt_report_v4_july_2013_final.pdf

(5)

Regulation (EC) No 443/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 April 2009 setting emission performance standards for new passenger cars as part of the Community's integrated approach to reduce CO2 emissions from light-duty vehicles (OJ L 140, 5.6.2009, p. 1).

(6)

Commission Regulation (EU) No 600/2012 of 21 June 2012 on the verification of greenhouse gas emission reports and tonne-kilometre reports and the accreditation of verifiers pursuant to Directive 2003/87/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council (OJ L 181, 12.7.2012, p. 1).

(7)

Commission Regulation (EU) No 601/2012 of 21 June 2012 on the monitoring and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions pursuant to Directive 2003/87/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council (OJ L 181, 12.7.2012, p. 30).

(8)

Council Regulation (EC) No 2964/95 of 20 December 1995 introducing registration for crude oil imports and deliveries in the Community (OJ L 310, 22.12.1995, p. 5).

(9)

Commission Regulation (EEC) No 2454/93 of 2 July 1993 laying down provisions for the implementation of Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 establishing the Community Customs Code (OJ L 253, 11.10.1993, p. 1).

(10)

Regulation (EC) No 1099/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 October 2008 on energy statistics (OJ L 304, 14.11.2008, p. 1).

(11)

Regulation (EU) No 525/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 May 2013 on a mechanism for monitoring and reporting greenhouse gas emissions and for reporting other information at national and Union level relevant to climate change and repealing Decision No 280/2004/EC (OJ L 165, 18.6.2013, p. 13).

(12)

Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No 666/2014 of 12 March 2014 establishing substantive requirements for a Union inventory system and taking into account changes in the global warming potentials and internationally agreed inventory guidelines pursuant to Regulation (EU) No 525/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council (OJ L 179, 19.6.2014, p. 26).

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