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Code of Federal Regulations Title 40. Protection of Environment § 40.98.225 Procedures for estimating missing data

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A complete record of all measured parameters used in the GHG emissions calculations is required. Therefore, whenever a quality-assured value of a required parameter is unavailable, a substitute data value for the missing parameter shall be used in the calculations as specified in paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section.

(a) For each missing value of nitric acid production, the substitute data shall be the best available estimate based on all available process data or data used for accounting purposes (such as sales records).

(b) For missing values related to the performance test, including emission factors, production rate, and N2O concentration, you must conduct a new performance test according to the procedures in § 98.224 (a) through (d).

(a) An agency may not engage in any utility business other than:

(1) the generation and sale or exchange of electric energy to:

(A) a participating public entity;  or

(B) a private entity that owns jointly with the agency an electric generating facility in this state;  or

(2) the provision of wholesale transmission service under Chapter 35.

(b) The agency may:

(1) perform any act necessary to the full exercise of the agency's powers;

(2) enter into a contract, lease, or agreement with or accept a grant or loan from a:

(A) department or agency of the United States;

(B) department, agency, or political subdivision of this state;  or

(C) public or private person;

(3) use the uniform system of accounts prescribed for utilities and licenses by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission;  and

(4) adopt rules to govern the operation of the agency and its employees, facilities, and service.

(c) The agency may sell, lease, convey, or otherwise dispose of any right, interest, or property of the agency, including its electric facilities.  A sale, lease, conveyance, or other disposition having a value of more than $10 million shall require prior approval of each participating public entity, unless the public entities have agreed otherwise by written contract or the property was purchased by the agency for mining purposes.

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