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I have question, in the Report for the Stage 3 in-depth review of emission inventories submitted under the UNECE LRTAP Convention and EU National Emissions Ceilings Directive for Croatia the ERT encourage Croatia to improve the energy consumption split between fuel categories as fuels are not always reported in the proper category: this seems for example to be the case for coke oven gas which should be reported under solid fuels. Is this correct? In the EMEP-EEA Guidebook-2009 coke oven gas is in category of derived gases.

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Hi Mia

The definition of fuels for reporting was introduced in a draft of Annex I but, as I known, not in the final version. You can find the draft at the address: http://www.emep.int/emis2008/Draft07Guidelines/RevisedGL_AnnexI_2_Definitions.pdf .
It's clear from the definitions that the classification follows the "Energy Statistic" rules: the derived (or secondary) fuel follow the primary fuel so for example coke oven gas is "solid" while refinery gas is "liquid" and natural gas is "gaseous".

The GB don't contain in the EFs table fuel codes. Previous versions of GB used classification of fuels, linked to SNAP, and known as NAPFUEL code. This classification followed the physical characterization of fuels so all gases are gaseous.

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