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  • APPENDIX D

    PETROLEUM REFINERY CONSENT DECREE EMISSION REDUCTION ASSESSMENT FOR OZONE AND REGIONAL HAZE SIPS

    2013-013-SIP-NR

    Adoption February 26, 2014

  • 10333 Richmond Avenue, Suite 910, Houston TX 77042 Tel: 713.470.6546

    Petroleum Refinery Consent Decree Emission Reduction Assessment for Ozone

    and Regional Haze SIPs

    Work Order No. 582-07-84005-01

    Prepared for:

    Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Austin, Texas

    Prepared by:

    ENVIRON International Corporation

    Steven H. Ramsey, P.E., BCEE Christopher J. Colville, EIT, EPI

    Alessandra R. Carreon Shagun Bhat, Ph.D.

    November 2007 Project No. 06-17477A

  • Petroleum Refinery Consent Decree Assessment -i- E N V I R O N TCEQ Work Order 582-07-84005-01

    CONTENTS

    Page

    LIST OF TABLES......................................................................................................................... iii

    LIST OF FIGURES ....................................................................................................................... iv

    LIST OF ATTACHMENTS ............................................................................................................v

    ACCRONYMS .............................................................................................................................. vi

    1. INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................1

    1.1 Purpose.............................................................................................................................1

    1.2 Background Information..................................................................................................1

    1.3 EPA Petroleum Refinery Enforcement Initiative ............................................................1

    2. REFINERY CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS AND EMISSION CHANGES............7

    2.1 BP.....................................................................................................................................8

    2.2 Chalmette Refining ........................................................................................................16

    2.3 CITGO ...........................................................................................................................23

    2.4 Conoco / ConocoPhillips ...............................................................................................34

    2.5 ExxonMobil ...................................................................................................................50

    2.6 Giant Industries (Western Refining)..............................................................................62

    2.7 Koch Industries (Flint Hills Resources).........................................................................66

    2.8 Lion Oil Company .........................................................................................................73

    2.9 Marathon Petroleum Company LLC .............................................................................78

    2.10 Navajo Refining Company, L.L.C. (Holly Corporation)...............................................88

    2.11 Shell Joint Ventures: Motiva and Deer Park Refining ..................................................94

    2.12 Sunoco, Inc. .................................................................................................................106

    2.13 Total Petrochemicals U.S.A.........................................................................................111

    2.14 Valero...........................................................................................................................117

    3. NON-REFINERY CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS AND EMISSION CHANGES130

    3.1 Equistar Chemicals ......................................................................................................130

    3.2 Rhodia ..........................................................................................................................132

    4. ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS ....................................................................................135

    4.1 Flexible Permits ...........................................................................................................135

  • Petroleum Refinery Consent Decree Assessment -ii- E N V I R O N TCEQ Work Order 582-07-84005-01

    4.2 Emissions Trading .......................................................................................................135

    4.3 MECT Cap ...................................................................................................................136

    4.4 Overly Conservative Emission Estimates....................................................................136

    4.4 NSPS Subpart Ja ..........................................................................................................137

    5. RECOMMENDATIONS........................................................................................................139

    5.1 Data Acquisition ..........................................................................................................139

    5.2 Inventory Reconciliation..............................................................................................140

  • Petroleum Refinery Consent Decree Assessment -iii- E N V I R O N TCEQ Work Order 582-07-84005-01

    LIST OF TABLES

    Page Table 1-1 Summary of Consent Decree Status....................................................................................... 3

    Table 2.1-1 BP Texas City Refinery FCCU Emissions........................................................................... 11

    Table 2.1-2 BP Texas City Refinery FCCU Emissions Used in Revised Modeling Inventory .............. 12

    Table 2.1-3 BP Texas City Refinery Heater and Boiler Emissions......................................................... 13

    Table 2.2-1 Chalmette Refining FCCU Emissions.................................................................................. 20

    Table 2.3-1 CITGO FCCU NOX Emissions ............................................................................................ 29

    Table 2.3-2 CITGO FCCU SO2 Emissions ............................................................................................. 29

    Table 2.3-3 CITGO FCCU PM Emissions .............................................................................................. 29

    Table 2.3-4 CITGO Heater and Boiler NOX Emission............................................................................ 30

    Table 2.4-1 ConocoPhillips FCCU Emissions ........................................................................................ 43

    Table 2.4-2 ConocoPhillips Alliance Refinery Heater and Boiler Emissions......................................... 43

    Table 2.4-3 ConocoPhillips Borger Refinery Heater and Boiler Emissions ........................................... 44

    Table 2.4-4 ConocoPhillips Lake Charles Refinery Heater and Boiler Emissions ................................. 44

    Table 2.4-5 ConocoPhillips Ponca City Refinery Heater and Boiler Emissions..................................... 45

    Table 2.4-6 ConocoPhillips Sweeny Refinery Heater and Boiler Emissions.......................................... 46

    Table 2.4-7 ConocoPhillips SRP 2006 Actual Emissions ....................................................................... 47

    Table 2.5-1 ExxonMobil Baton Rouge Refinery Actual NOX Emissions ............................................... 55

    Table 2.5-2 ExxonMobil Baytown Refinery FCCU Emissions .............................................................. 56

    Table 2.5-3 ExxonMobil Beaumont Refinery FCCU Emissions ............................................................ 57

    Table 2.5-4 ExxonMobil Beaumont Refinery Combustion Unit Emissions ........................................... 58

    Table 2.5-5 ExxonMobil Beaumont Refinery SRU Emissions ............................................................... 60

    Table 2.5-6 ExxonMobil Beaumont Refinery Flare Emissions............................................................... 60

    Table 2.6-1 Giant FCCU Emissions ........................................................................................................ 65

    Table 2.7-1 Flint Hills Resources FCCU Emissions ............................................................................... 69

    Table 2.7-2 Flint Hills Resources Heater and Boiler Emissions ............................................................. 70

    Table 2.8-1 Lion Oil FCCU Emissions ................................................................................................... 76

    Table 2.9-1 Marathon Petroleum Company FCCU Emissions................................................................ 83

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    Table 2.9-2 Marathon Petroleum Company Garyville Refinery Heater and Boiler Emissions............... 84

    Table 2.9-3 Marathon Petroleum Company Texas City Refinery Heater and Boiler Emissions ............ 84

    Table 2.10-1 Navajo Refining FCCU Emissions ...................................................................................... 91

    Table 2.10-2 Navajo Refining Heater and Boiler Emissions .................................................................... 92

    Table 2.11-1 Motiva / Deer Park Refining FCCU Emissions .............................