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73,35 95,00 57,10 96,20 0,00

2,14 1,50 136,23 17,79 0,00

2,00 3,00 1,35 1,75 0,00

79,33 95,00 57,10 96,21 0,00

2,95 1,50 179,27 17,57 0,00

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0,00 0,00 57,10 83,60 0,00

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0,00 4.274,44 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,26 35,02 4.309,71 2.849,92

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2.253,89 -599,22 0,00 -2.640,67 -333,94 0,00 0,00 -2.900,04 -8.511,46 7,96 0,00 123,35 62,41 -20,07 -1.178,00 616,76 0,00

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0,00 0,00 0,00

69.517,03 0,00 2.911,96

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29,90 20,00 22,80

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0,00 0,00 16,04 194,84 21,81

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1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00

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0,00 4.274,44 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,26 35,02 4.309,71 2.849,92

0,00 15.672,93 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,95 128,40 15.802,29 10.449,72







2.144,95 2.078,56 0,00 66,39

0,00

2.144,95 2.078,56 0,00 66,39

(1)

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(2)

If Anthracite is not separately available, include with Other Bituminous Coal.

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58,82 79,95 714,40 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

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Where the IPCC Guidelines provide options for activity data, e.g. cement or clinker for estimating the emissions from Cement Production, specify the activity data used (as shown in the example in brackets) in order to make the choice of emission factor more transparent and to facilitate comparisons of implied emission factors. (2) Enter cases in which the final emissions are reduced with the quantities of emission recovery, oxidation, destruction, transformation. Adjusted emissions are reported and the quantitative information on recovery, oxidation, destruction, and transformation should be given in the additional columns provided. (3) To avoid double counting make offsetting deductions from fuel consumption (e.g. natural gas) in Ammonia Production, first for feedstock use of the fuel, and then to a sequestering use of the feedstock.

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1RWH In case of confidentiality of the activity data information, the entries should provide aggregate figures but there should be a note in the documentation box indicating this 'RFXPHQWDWLRQER[

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0,00

0,00

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0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

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NO NO 0,00

NO NO 0,00

NO NO 0,00

NO NO 0,00

NO NO 0,00

NO NO 0,00

NO NO 0,00

NO NO 0,00

NO NO 0,00

NO NO 0,00

NO NO 0,00

NO NO 0,00

NO NO 0,00

NO NO 0,00

NO NO 0,00

NO NO 0,00

NO NO 0,00

NO NO 0,00

NO NO 0,00











































Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Equipment NO 5,75 NO NO 43,06 NO 111,52 Foam Blowing NO NO NO NO NO NO 127,37 Fire Extinguishers NO NO NO NO NO NO NO Aerosols/Metered Dose Inhalers NO NO NO NO NO NO 12,90 Solvents NO NO NO NO NO NO NO Semiconductor Manufacture NO NO NO NO NO NO NO Electrical Equipment 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 Other SOHDVHVSHFLI\ Emissions of SF6 from (1) window plate prod. (2) laboratories (3) running shoes and of PFC used as detergent.

0,58 16,18 NO NO NO NO

NO NO NO NO NO NO

39,65 NO NO NO NO NO

NO NO NO NO NO NO

NO NO NO NO NO NO

NO NO NO NO NO NO

NO NO NO NO NO NO

NO NO NO NO NO NO

2,29 NO NO NO NO NO

NO NO NO NO NO NO

NO NO NO NO NO NO

NO NO NO NO NO NO

NO NO NO NO NO NO

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

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1RWH Where information is confidential the entries should provide aggregate figures but there should be a note indicating this in the relevant documentation boxes of the Sectoral background data tables or as a comment to the corresponding cell. Gases with GWP not yet agreed upon by the COP, should be reported in Table 9 (Completeness), sheet 2.

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NO 22,28 22,28 NE 0,00 NO NE

NO 0,00 NO NO 0,00 NO NO

NO 0,00 NO NO 0,00 NO NO

NO 130,27 130,27 NE 0,00 NO NE

NO 0,00 NO NO 0,00 NO NO

NO 766,34 754,84 11,50 143,30 NO 143,30

NO 16,70 16,70 NE 0,00 NO NE

NO 0,00 NO NO 0,00 NO NO

NO 121,57 121,57 NE 0,00 NO NE

NO 0,00 NO NO 0,00 NO NO

NO 0,00 NO NO 0,00 NO NO

NO 0,00 NO NO 0,00 NO NO

NO 0,00 NO NO 0,00 NO NO

NO 0,00 NO NO 0,00 NO NO

NO 6,84 6,84 NO 0,00 NO NO

NO 0,00 NO NO 0,00 NO NO

NO 0,00 NO NO 0,00 NO NO

NO 0,00 NO NO 0,00 NO NO

NO 0,00 NO NO 0,00 NO NO

NO 8,13 8,13 NO 0,00 NO NO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 3,73 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 120,57 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 327,33 0,00

0,00 2,35 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 150,66 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 604,64 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

NO 0,00 17,89 0,00

NO 0,00 0,00 0,00

NO 0,00 0,00 0,00

NO 0,00 0,00 0,00

NO 0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 17,89 0,00

21,29 0,00 37,95 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00

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0,00 0,00 0,00

120,57 364,74 3,03

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0,00 0,00 0,00

150,66 461,97 3,07

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0,00 0,00 0,00

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Potential emissions of each chemical of halocarbons and SF6 estimated using Tier 1a or Tier 1b of the IPCC Guidelines (Volume 3. Reference Manual, pp. 2.47-2.50). When potential emissions estimates are available in a disaggregated manner corresponding to the subsectors for actual emissions defined on sheet 1 of this table, these should be reported in an annex to sheet 2, using the format of sheet 1, sector F(a). Use Summary 3 of this common reporting format to indicate whether Tier 1a or Tier 1b was used. (4) Production refers to production of new chemicals. Recycled substances could be included here, but it should be ensured that double counting of emissions is avoided. Relevant explanations should be provided as a comment to the corresponding cell. (5) Relevant just for Tier 1b. (6) Sums of the actual emissions of each chemical of halocarbons and SF6 from the source categories given in sheet 1 of the table multiplied by the corresponding GWP values. (7) Potential emissions of each chemical of halocarbons and SF6 taken from row F(p) multiplied by the corresponding GWP values.

1RWH As stated in the revised UNFCCC guidelines, Parties should report actual emissions of HFCs, PFCs and SF 6, where data are available, providing disaggregated data by chemical and source category in units of mass and in CO2 equivalents. Parties reporting actual emissions should also report potential emissions for the sources where the concept of potential emissions applies, for reasons of transparency and comparability.

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1RWH Where the activity data are confidential, the entries should provide aggregate figures, but there should be a note in the documentation box indicating this 'RFXPHQWDWLRQER[

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0,00 3,96 2,62 4,68 0,00

0,00 25,86 624,50 30,57 0,00

NE NE NE NE NE

2,00 2,00 2,00 2,00 2,00

1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00

0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 0,08 4,81 0,09 0,00

0,00 0,22 5,35 0,26 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

22,28 118,39 203,00 107,53 1,30 6,30

70,65 413,79 690,14 366,01 5,75 25,93

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1,50 1,50 1,50 1,50 1,50 0,00

10,00 10,00 10,00 10,00 10,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

0,33 1,78 3,05 1,61 0,02 0,09

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0,00 24,00 0,00

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0,00 1,08 0,00

0,00 42,09 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 215,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 5,00 1,00

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Parties should use the documentation box to provide information on the amount of the chemical recovered (recovery efficiency) and other relavant information used in the emission estimat Please click on the button to specify the chemical consumed, as given in the example. If needed, new rows could be added for reporting the disagregated chemicals from a source by clicking on the corresponding but

1RWH Table 2.(II).F provides for reporting of the activity data and emission factors used to calculate actual emissions from consumption of halocarbons and SF6 using the "bottom-up approach" (based on the total stock of equipme and estimated emission rates from this equipment). Some Parties may prefer to estimate their actual emissions following the alternative "top-down approach" (based on annual sales of equipment and/or gas). These Parties should provide the activity data used in the current format and any other relevant information in the documentation box at the end of Table2(II)Fs2. Data these Parties should provide includes (1) the amount of fluid used to fill new products, (2) the amount of fluid used to service existing products, (3) the amount of fluid originally used to fill retiring products (the total nameplate capacity of retiring products), (4) the product lifetime, and (5) the growth rate of product sales, if this has been used to calculate the amount of fluid originally used to fill retiring products. Alternatively, Parties may provide alternative formats with equivalent information. These formats may be considered for future versions of the common reporting format after the trial period.

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1RWH Where the activity data are confidential, the entries should provide aggregate figures, but there should be a note indicating this and explanations in the documentation box. 'RFXPHQWDWLRQER[ SF6 (sealed glazing units): SF6 used as insulator in sealed glazing units for window panes. The amount of SF6 accounted for in the model is for products less than 20 years old, where decommissioning is not estimated to have taken place. SF6 (laboratories): SF6 in small amounts used for experimental tracer studies due to outstanding characteristics of the gas. SF6 (running shoes): SF6 used as elastic material in the sole of running shoes. Originates from imported shoes only. Refer to the NIR 2004 for further information

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1RWH The IPCC Guidelines do not provide methodologies for the calculation of emissions of N2O from Solvent and Other Product Use. If reporting such data, Parties should provide additional information (activity data and emission factors) used to make these estimates in the documentation box to Table 3.A-D.

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1RWH The table follows the format of the IPCC Sectoral Report for Solvent and Other Product Use, although some of the source categories are not relevant to the direct GHG emissions. 'RFXPHQWDWLRQER[

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sector Agriculture should indicate the amount [Gg] of these emissions or removals in the documentation box to Table 4.D. Additional information (activity data, implied emissions factors) should also be provided using the relevant documentation box to Table 4.D. This table is not modified for reporting the CO 2 emissions and removals for the sake of consistency with the IPCC tables (i.e. IPCC Sectoral Report for Agriculture).

1RWH The IPCC Guidelines do not provide methodologies for the calculation of CH4 emissions, CH4 and N2O removals from agricultural soils, or CO2 emissions from savanna burning or agricultural residues burning. If you have reported such data, you should provide additional information (activity data and emission factors) used to make these estimates using the relevant documentation boxes of the Sectoral background data tables.

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2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Dairy Cattle(3) Non-Dairy Cattle Buffalo Sheep Goats Camels and Llamas Horses Mules and Asses Swine Poultry Other SOHDVHVSHFLI\ Fur farming

(1)

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304,1 98,5

6,00 6,00

81 10

59,7 54,9

6,00 5,00

150

208,8

2,50

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0,60

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0,00 117,23 35,42 0,00 17,17 13,15 0,00 23,90 0,00 1,11 0,00

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(kg) (kg/day) (hrs/day) (%)

575,00 85,00 20,02 NO 90,00 71,00

325,00 46,00 NO NO NO 78,00

(%)

(a)

Compare to Tables A-1 and A-2 of the IPCC Guidelines (Volume 3. Reference Manual, pp. 4.31-4.34). These data are relevant if Parties do not have data on average feed intake.

(b)

Disaggregate to the split actually used. Add columns to the table if necessary.

(c)

Specify feeding situation as pasture, stall fed, confined, open range, etc.

In the documentation boxes to all Sectoral background data tables for Agriculture, Parties should provide information on whether the activity data is one year or a 3-year average.

(2)

Parties are encouraged to provide detailed livestock population data by animal type and region in a separate table below the documentation box. This consistent set of animal population statistics should be used to estimate CH4 emissions from enteric fermentation, CH4 and N2O from manure management, N2O direct emissions from soil and N2O emissions associated with manure production, as well as emissions from the use of manure as fuel, and sewage-related emissions reported in the waste sector. (3) Including data on dairy heifers, if available.

'RFXPHQWDWLRQER[ Activity data for population size is one year average. Number of cattle, swine and poultry is from Agriculture Statistics published by Statistics Denmark. Number of goats, sheep and horses is based on information from the Danish Agricultural Advisory Centre. Emission factors are based on a Tier 2 approach. Data for Non-Dairy Cattle include data for heifer older than ½ year. Feeding situation data is percentage of feeding in stable.

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325,0

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0,00

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81 100,0

70,0

86,0

0,2

0,32

4.

Goats

10

60,0

84,0

0,2

0,26

5.

Camels and Llamas

6.

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7.

Mules and Asses

8.

Swine

11.922 100,0

76,0

22,0

0,5

2,66

9.

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21.830 100,0

2,0

0,3

0,3

0,01

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0,00

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600,0

520,0

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1,74 0,00

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13,09

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1,00

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0,75

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10,00

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VS=Volatile Solids; Bo=maximum methane producing capacity for manure IIPCC Guidelines (Volume 3, Reference Manual, p.4.23

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(b)

inclusive; and Warm=greater than 25°C (see Table 4.2 of the IPCC Guidelines (Volume 3, Reference Manual, p. 4.8)). (3)

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Warm (1)

10,00

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Including data on diary heifers, if available. (a)

'RFXPHQWDWLRQ%R[ Emission factors are based on a Tier 2 approach. VS daily excretion depends on stable type and vary slightly according to changes in stable type. For further information refer to the NIR 2004. Good Practice Guidance recommends MCF=39% for liquid systems. DK continues to use 10% For swine typical animal mass is based on slaugther pigs. CH4 emission is not including emission from fur farming, because of no possibility for other animal category as given above.

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1.232 636 91 11.922 21.830

37,15 125,31 16,95 9,63 0,55

NO NO NO NO NO

10.968.790 57.267.248 0,0 104.663.424 115.877

NO NO NO NO NO

18.197.766 10.425.776 423.915 9.320.706 11.731.583

16.620.939 11.945.828 1.123.376 857.538 64.994

NO NO NO NO NO

150 2.199

43,31 4,63

NO NO

0,0 8.780.502

NO NO

3.248.250 1.390.198

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See footnote 1 to Table 4.A of this common reporting format. AWMS - Animal Waste Management System.

'RFXPHQWDWLRQER[ Non-dairy cattle include calves, bulls heifer and suckling cattle. Sheep include goats. N2O emission includes emission from fur farming.

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NO NO NO

0,00 0,00 0,00

Flood Prone Drought Prone

NO NO

0,00 0,00

Water Depth 50-100 cm Water Depth > 100 cm

NO NO

0,00 0,00

5DLQIHG

'HHS:DWHU

2WKHU SOHDVHVSHFLI\

   

0,00 Upland Rice(4) Total (4)

0,00

(1)

The implied emission factor takes account of all relevant corrections for continuously flooded fields without organic amendment plus the correction for the organi amendments, if used, as well as of the effect of different soil characteristics, if taken into account, on methane emissions. (2) Harvested area is the cultivated area multiplied by the number of cropping seasons per year (3) Specify dry weight or wet weight for organic amendments (4) These rows are included to allow comparison with the international statistics. Upland rice emissions are assumed to be zero and are ignored in the emission calculation

'RFXPHQWDWLRQER[ When dissagregating by more than one region within a country, provide additional information in the documentation box. Where available, provide activity data and scaling factors by soil type and rice cultivar. Rice is not grown in Denmark.

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Synthetic Fertilizers Animal Wastes Applied to Soils N-fixing Crops Crop Residue Cultivation of Histosols

$QLPDO3URGXFWLRQ ,QGLUHFW(PLVVLRQV Atmospheric Deposition Nitrogen Leaching and Run-off

$&7,9,7<'$7$$1'27+(55(/$7(' ,1)250$7,21 'HVFULSWLRQ 9DOXH 1LQSXWWRVRLOV NJ1\U Use of synthetic fertilizers (kg N/yr) Nitrogen input from manure applied to soils (kg N/yr) Dry pulses and soybeans produced (kg dry biomass/yr) Dry production of other crops (kg dry biomass/yr) Area of cultivated organic soils (ha)

1H[FUHWLRQRQSDVWXUHUDQJHDQGSDGGRFN NJ 1\U

Denmark 2000 2004, May 19

,03/,('(0,66,21)$&7256 8QLW

(2) 245.881.770 (kg N2O-N/kg N) (2) 173.246.140 (kg N2O-N/kg N) (2) 38.859.893 (kg N2O-N/kg dry biomass) (2) 54.854.308 (kg N2O-N/kg dry biomass) (2) 18.440 (kg N2O-N/ha)

31.490.660

(0,66,216 *J12  0,013 0,013 0,013 0,013 8,000

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(2) 84.049.511 (kg N2O-N/kg N)

N from fertilizers and animal wastes that is lost through leaching and run off (kg N/yr)

(2) 179.333.333 (kg N2O-N/kg N)

2WKHU SOHDVHVSHFLI\

0,010 0,025

9DOXH

Fraction of crop residue burned Fraction of livestock N excretion in excrements burned for fuel Fraction of synthetic fertilizer N applied to soils that volatilizes as NH3 and NOx Fraction of livestock N excretion that volatilizes as NH3 and NOx

0,02

FracGRAZ

Fraction of livestock N excreted and deposited onto soil during grazing

0,13

FracLEACH

Fraction of N input to soils that is lost through leaching and runoff

0,34

FracNCRBF

Fraction of N in non-N-fixing crop

FracNCRO

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FracR

Fraction or crop residue removed from the field as crop

FracGASM

0,76 1,08

0,99

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(2) 5.050.800 (kg N2O-N/kg N)

0,013

0,10

(kg N/yr)

(2)

0,013

0,07

3.557.403 (kg N2O-N/kg N)

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3,40

0,23

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4,83

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Use the fractions as specified in the IPCC Guidelines (Volume 3. Reference Manual, pp. 4.92 - 4.113).

0,000 (1)

See footnote 4 to Summary 1.A. of this common reporting format. Parties which choose to report CO 2 emissions and removals from agricultural soils under 4.D. Agricultural Soils category should indicate the amount [Gg] of these emissions or removals and relevant additional information (activity data, implied emissions factors) in the documentation box. (2) To convert from N2O-N to N2O emissions, multiply by 44/28.

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NO NO

0,24

NE NE NE

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Denmark 2000 2004, May 19

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(0,66,216

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(specify ecological zone) 0,00

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0,00

0,00

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Fraction of aboveground biomass Fraction oxidized Carbon fraction

'RFXPHQWDWLRQER[ Does not occur in Denmark.

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3XOVH  Dry bean Peas Soybeans Other SOHDVHVSHFLI\

7XEHUDQG5RRW Potatoes Other SOHDVHVSHFLI\

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Denmark

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0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00

0,00

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0,00

0,00





0,00

0,00

12 

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To be used in Table 4.D of this common reporting format.

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  0,00 -594,00 0,00 0,00 -59,00 0,00 -59,00

Tropical Forests Temperate Forests Boreal Forests Grasslands/Tundra Other SOHDVHVSHFLI\ Harvested Wood (1) Afforestation since 1990

NO NA NO

NO -594,00 NO

0,00 NE NA

-59,00 NE -59,00

Tropical Forests Temperate Forests Boreal Forests Grasslands/Tundra Other SOHDVHVSHFLI\

NO NO NO NE 0,00

%)RUHVWDQG*UDVVODQG&RQYHUVLRQ  1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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NO NO NO NO 0,00

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0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00



NE NE NE NE 0,00

NE NE NE NE 0,00





0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Tropical Forests Temperate Forests Boreal Forests Grasslands/Tundra Other SOHDVHVSHFLI\

Cultivation of Mineral Soils Cultivation of Organic Soils Liming of Agricultural Soils Forest Soils (3) Other SOHDVHVSHFLI\

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NO NO NO NE 0,00

NO NO NO NE 0,00

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Following the IPCC Guidelines, the harvested wood should be reported under Changes in Forest and Other Woody Biomass Stocks (Volume 3. Reference Manual, p.5.17) Include only the emissions of CO2 from Forest and Grassland Conversion. Associated removals should be reported under section D Include emissions from soils not reported under sections A, B and C.

1RWH See footnote 4 to Summary 1.A of this common reporting format.

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$&7,9,7<'$7$

Denmark 2000 2004, May 19

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)$&7256

Tropical

Plantations

Other Forests Other VSHFLI\ Temperate

Plantations Commercial Other VSHFLI\

$FDFLDVSS (XFDO\SWXVVSS 7HFWRQDJUDQGLV 3LQXVVSS 3LQXVFDULEDHD Mixed Hardwoods Mixed Fast-Growing Hardwoods Mixed Softwoods Moist Seasonal Dry

Conifers (before 1990) Broadleaves (bef. 1990) Evergreen Deciduous

Boreal

Non-Forest Trees VSHFLI\W\SH

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NO NO NO NO NO NO

NO

NO

(1000s of trees)

(kt dm/1000 trees)

*J&

0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO 274,00 9,00 164,00 5.20 NO NO NO NO NE NE NE NE NO NO Number of trees Annual growth rate Carbon uptake factor

NE

Total biomass removed in Commercial Harvest Traditional Fuelwood Consumed Total Other Wood Use

W&KD

NO NO NO NO NO NO

NO NO NO NO NO NO

0,00

NO

0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 4,50 2,60 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

NO NO NO NO NO NO 1.233,00 426,00 NO NO NE NE NO Carbon uptake increment (Gg C) 0,00 NE 1.659,00 6.083,00

(t C/tree)

NE 0,00 Total annual growth increment (Gg C) Gg CO2

Amount of biomass removed (kt dm) 2.994,00 NO NO

Carbon emission factor (t C/t dm) 0,50 0,00 0,00 Total Biomass Consumption from Stock (1) (Gg C) Other Changes in Carbon Stocks(2) (Gg C) Gg CO2

Carbon release (Gg C) 1.497,00 NO NO 1.497,00 NE 5.489,00

Net annual carbon uptake (+) or release (-) (Gg C) Net CO2 emissions (-) or removals (+) (Gg CO2)

162,00 594,00

(1)

Make sure that the quantity of biomass burned off-site is subtracted from this tota The net annual carbon uptake/release is determined by comparing the annual biomass growth versus annual harvest, including the decay of forest products and slash left during harvest. The IPCC Guidelines recommend default assumption that all carbon removed in wood and other biomass from forests is oxidized in the year of removal. The emissions from decay could be included under Other Changes in Carbon Stocks.

(2)

1RWHSectoral

background data tables on Land-Use Change and Forestry should be filled in only by Parties using the IPCC default methodology.

Parties that use country specific methods and models should report information on them in a transparent manner, also providing suggestions for a possible sectoral background data table suitable for their calculation method. 'RFXPHQWDWLRQER[:

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Yes

Addition of CO2 from production of catalysts and NPKfertilisers and N2O from production of nitric acid

CO2

Addition of CO2 from use of metallurgical coke at steelwork Yes No changes in background emission factors. The aggregated emission factors changes due to a change in fuel distribution

1.A.4.b Residential

CO2, CH4, N2O

A revision of the model estimating the fuel use household and gardening machinery has been made. For further information see the Danish NIR report.

1.A.4.c Agriculture/Forestry/Fisheries

CO2, CH4, N2O

Yes Some of the diesel fuel used No changes in background emission factors. The by fishing vessels is aggregated emission factors transfered to the sector Navigation (small boats). A changes due to a change in fuel distribution revision of the model estimating the fuel use by agricultural and forestry machinery has been made. For further information see the Danish NIR report.

1.A.3.d Navigation

CO2, CH4, N2O

The fuel used by small boats and plesurecrafts has been revised, and is now taken from the fishery sector in the Danish fuel sale statistics. For further information see the Danish NIR report.

Yes No changes in background emission factors. The aggregated emission factors changes due to a change in fuel distribution

1.A.3.c Railways

CH4

Updated CH4 emission factors for diesel are used based on real emission measurements carried out by the Danish Railways. For gasoline the minor amount of fuel used by railways is transfered to road transport.

Yes

2A

Mineral products

CO2

2B

Chemical industry

CO2, N2O

2C

Metal industry

CO2

2F

Consumption of Halocarbons and SFHFCs and PFC Revision of methodology as Yes part of a full revision for the whole time-series

Yes

4

Agriculture

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

The activity data has been changed Addition of CO2 from production of glass from cement to total cement equivalents Addition of CO2 from production of catalysts and NPKfertilisers and N2O from production of nitric acid Addition of CO2 from use of metallurgical coke at steelwork

CH4

The revised CH4 emission from both enteric fermentation and manure management reflects changes in fodder conditions and stable systems for each year. The emission factor for all animal categories is based on tier 2 approach as given in IPPC Guidelines. 4

Agriculture

N2O The most important changes in the N2O emission is due to recalculation made by the Danish Institute of Agricultural Sciences of Nleaching and recalculation of emission from crop residue.

6

Waste

CH4 The emission estimates changed due to adjustments of the waste amounts used in the model.

(1)

Enter the identification code of the source/sink category (e.g. 1.B.1) in the first column and the name of the category (e.g. Fugitive Emissions from Solid Fuels) in the second column

of the table (see Table 8(a)) . (2)

Explain changes in methods, emission factors and activity data that have resulted in recalculation of the estimate of the source/sink as indicated in Table 8(a). Include relevant changes

in the assumptions and coefficients under the "Methods" column.

'RFXPHQWDWLRQER[Use the documentation box to report the justifications of the changes as to improvements in the accuracy, completeness and consistency of the inventory

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Wastewater handling systems are considered to produce only negligible emissions. An inventory is under development

Waste

Wastewater handling

2. Industrial Processes

Asphalt roofing and road paving

2. Industrial Processes

At present the emissions are included in glass production and it will be investigated whether a more Limestone, dolomite and soda ash usedetailed inventory can be established

Waste

Wastewater handling

Agriculture, Enteric fermentation - table 4s1 + table 4.A Poultry and fur farming Agricultural soils Direct soil emissions Agricultural soils Indirect emissions N2 O

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Waste

Wastewater handling

Wastewater handling systems are considered to produce only minor emissions, to be investigated

The methane convension factor for poultry and fur farming is not estimated. There is no default value recommended in IPCC (table A-4 in GPG) The CH4 emission from manure storage in the field is not estimated The CH4 emission from cultivation of organogenic soil is not estimated Wastewater handling systems are considered to produce only minor emissions, to be investigated

HFCs PFCs SF6

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6.C

1.A1a

1A2a-e

1A2f

6.C

1.A1a

1A2a-e

1A2f

4s2 6.C

4s1 1.A1a

1A2a-e

1A2f

([SODQDWLRQ Waste Incineration plants are used for energy and heat production and are included in energy statistics Danish energy statistics states energy consumption of manufacturing industry as a whole. Thus all energy consumption of 1A2 is included in 1A2f. Waste Incineration plants are used for energy and heat production and are included in energy statistics Danish energy statistics states energy consumption of manufacturing industry as a whole. Thus all energy consumption of 1A2 is included in 1A2f. CH4 emission caculated in 4s1 under B Manure Management includes emission from animal on grass Waste Incineration plants are used for energy and heat production and are included in energy statistics Danish energy statistics states energy consumption of manufacturing industry as a whole. Thus all energy consumption of 1A2 is included in 1A2f.

HFCs PFCs SF6

(1)

Please, clearly indicate sources and sinks which are considered in the IPCC Guidelines but are not considered in the submitted inventory. Explain the reason for excluding these sources and sinks, in order to avoid arbitrary interpretations. An entry should be made for each source/sink category for which the indicator "NE" is entered in the sectoral tables. (2) Indicate omitted source/sink following the IPCC source/sink category structure (e.g. sector: Waste, source category: Wastewater Handling). (3) Please clearly indicate sources and sinks in the submitted inventory that are allocated to a sector other than that indicated by the IPCC Guidelines. Show the sector indicated in the IPCC Guidelines and the sector to which the source or sink is allocated in the submitted inventory. Explain the reason for reporting these sources and sinks in a different sector. An entry should be made for each source/sink for which the indicator "IE" is used in the sectoral tables.

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Parties are encouraged to provide information on emissions of greenhouse gases whose GWP values have not yet been agreed upon by the COP. Please include such gases in this table if they are considered in the submitted inventory. Provide additional information on the estimation methods used.

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Focal point for national GHG inventories: Jytte Boll Illerup, Danish National Environmental Research Institute Address: P.O. Box 358, Department of Policy Analysis, DK-4000 Roskilde Telephone: + 45 46 30 12 89

Date of submission: 15-apr-04 PFCs, HFCs, SF6:

Base years: 1990

Gases covered: CO2, CH4, N2O, NOx, CO, NMVOC, SO2, HFCs, PFCs, SF6 Omissions in geographic coverage: Energy

Ind. Processes

Solvent Use

LUCF

Agriculture

Waste

Sectoral report tables:

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

Sectoral background data tables:

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

IPCC Table 7A:

Summary 1 (IPCC Summary tables): Summary 2 (CO 2 equivalent emissions):

TRUE

FALSE

National information:

TRUE

TRUE IPCC Table 8A:

FALSE TRUE

Completeness table:

TRUE

Trend table:

FALSE

Comparison of CO2 from fuel combustion:

Percentage of difference

Worksheet 1-1

0,47

TRUE

Q LRW DO XOF DF H5

IPCC Table 7B:

TRUE

Summary 3 (Methods/Emission factors):

CO2

Explanation of differences TRUE

Energy

Ind.Processes

Solvent Use

LUCF

Agriculture

Waste

TRUE

TRUE

FALSE

FALSE

TRUE

TRUE

CH4

TRUE

TRUE

FALSE

FALSE

TRUE

TRUE

N2O

TRUE

TRUE

FALSE

FALSE

TRUE

TRUE

FALSE

FALSE

TRUE

TRUE

HFCs, PFCs, SF6 Explanations:

TRUE TRUE

TRUE

Recalculation tables for all recalculated years:

TRUE

Full CRF for the recalculated base year:

 )6 V &) 3 V& ) +

1995

Year covered in the submission: 1990-2002

Recalculation tables:



E-mail: [email protected]

Fax: + 45 46 30 12 12

Main institution preparing the inventory: Danish National Environmental Research Institute, Ministry of the Environment

Uncertainty:

2&

2000

TRUE HFCs

Disaggregation by species: Production of Halocarbons/SF6: Consumption of Halocarbons/SF6:

SF6

PFCs

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

Actual

Potential

Actual

Potential

Actual

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

Potential/Actual emission ratio:

2,73

2,68

Potential TRUE 5,12

Reference to National Inventory Report and/or NIR2004 national inventory web site:

CRF - Common Reporting Format. LUCF - Land-Use Change and Forestry. (1)

For each omission, give an explanation for the reasons by inserting a comment to the corresponding cell.

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0,78 0,03 0,02

0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,19

0,01 1,23 0,01 0,03 0,00

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NO/IE NO/IE NO/IE NO/IE NO/IE 3,85 3,85

NO/IE NO/IE NO/IE NO/IE NO/IE 7,84 7,84

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0,84 198,94 23,68

0,54 15,44 6,68

0,25 1,68 2,72

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

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0,01 0,01

0,01 0,01

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NO NO 0,00

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0,04 1,92 1,76 0,00 1,76 0,00

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3,33

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2.379,71 3.604,83 0,00

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NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV

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73,11 95,00 57,25 96,43 0,00

2,11 1,50 142,35 16,84 0,00

2,00 3,00 1,37 1,79 0,00

79,15 95,00 57,25 96,43 0,00

2,93 1,50 183,91 16,66 0,00

2,00 3,00 1,48 1,80 0,00

58,69 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

0,15 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

2,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 57,25 83,60 0,00

0,00 0,00 6,21 323,02 0,00

0,00 0,00 1,01 0,49 0,00

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(3)

(3)

(3)

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4.204,39 15.578,79 6.028,62 4.731,86 565,21 23.970,62 3.207,95 15.578,79 4.618,67 4.729,46 565,21 996,44 996,44 NO 0,00 NO NO 1.409,95

0,12 0,25 14,99 0,83 0,00 16,02 0,12 0,25 14,84 0,82 IE 0,00 0,00 NO 0,00 NO NO 0,16

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NO 1.409,95 2,39 NO

NO 0,15 0,01 NO

NO 0,02 0,00 NO

Activity data should be calculated using net calorific values (NCV) as specified by the IPCC Guidelines. If gross calorific values (GCV) were used, please indicate this by replacing "NCV" with "GCV" in this column. Accurate estimation of CH4 and N2O emissions depends on combustion conditions, technology, and emission control policy, as well as fuel characteristics. Therefore, caution should be used when comparing the implied emission factors. Carbon dioxide emissions from biomass are reported under Memo Items. The content of the cells is not included in the totals.

1RWH

For the coverage of fuel categories, please refer to the IPCC Guidelines (Volume 1. Reporting Instructions - Common Reporting Framework, section 1.2, p. 1.19). If some derived gases (e.g. gas work gas, coke oven gas, blast gas, oxygen steel furnace gas, etc.) are considered, Parties should provide information on the allocation of these derived gases under the above fuel categories (liquid, soild, gaseous, biomass, other fuels) in the documentation box at the end of sheet 4 of this table.

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,03/,('(0,66,21)$&7256  &+ 12 &2 W7- NJ7- NJ7- 79,25 95,00 57,25 100,87 0,00

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0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

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10,00 15,00 25,07 29,71 0,00

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NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV

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73,00 74,00 0,00 0,00

35,42 4,73 0,00 0,00

10,60 5,00 0,00 0,00

65,00

24,31

5,57

0,00 74,00

0,00 3,34

0,00 2,04

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00 78,00 74,00

0,00 1,76 2,27

0,00 4,90 4,34

73,00

108,10

0,52

0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00

(3)

(3)

&2 *J 

(0,66,216 &+ *J 

6.191,72 5.883,69 0,00 0,00 0,00 73,24 166,74 7,26 159,48 11.272,98 6.024,98 5.247,87 0,00 0,00 0,13 0,13 211,18 0,00 211,18 0,00 0,00 497,75 0,00 118,03 306,61 73,11 73,11 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

2,93 0,36 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,11 0,01 0,00 0,00 3,26 2,92 0,34 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,01 0,00 0,01 0,00 0,00 0,12 0,00 0,00 0,01 0,11 0,11 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

12 *J

 0,88 0,39 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,01 0,00 0,01 1,23 0,88 0,35 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,01 0,00 0,01 0,00 0,00 0,03 0,00 0,01 0,02 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

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68.366,49 1.282,71 45.236,67 22.209,34 0,00 14.516,75 5.195,86 0,00 7.578,09 1.742,81 IE 83.532,66 34.257,34 48,68 31.076,88 18.149,77 0,00 39.045,79 28.913,29 1.234,03 6.581,71 2.316,76 0,00

NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV

Liquid Fuels Solid Fuels Gaseous Fuels Biomass Other Fuels

1.320,78 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV

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4,70 15,00 66,90 197,41 0,00

2,57 3,00 1,04 3,85 0,00

73,96 0,00 57,25 91,08 0,00

1,66 0,00 77,15 167,10 0,00

2,00 0,00 1,05 2,44 0,00

73,79 95,00 57,25 102,00 0,00

5,35 15,00 30,01 200,00 0,00

1,99 3,00 1,01 4,00 0,00

74,19 95,00 57,25 100,59 0,00

4,48 15,00 229,28 199,91 0,00

3,34 3,00 1,14 3,78 0,00

73,35 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

4,34 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

3,83 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

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5.057,13 121,86 2.589,80 2.243,05 2,25 820,39 384,29 0,00 433,85 158,74 2,25 4.311,54 2.527,77 4,62 1.779,15 1.851,28 0,00 2.639,10 2.145,07 117,23 376,80 233,03 0,00

0,32 0,02 3,03 4,38 0,00 0,88 0,01 0,00 0,58 0,29 IE 4,75 0,18 0,00 0,93 3,63 0,00 2,12 0,13 0,02 1,51 0,46 0,00





96,87 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

0,01 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

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TJ TJ TJ TJ TJ TJ TJ TJ TJ TJ TJ TJ TJ TJ TJ TJ TJ

726.825,35 0,00 0,00

Anthracite (2) Coking Coal Other Bit. Coal Sub-bit. Coal Lignite Oil Shale Peat BKB & Patent Fuel Coke Oven/Gas Coke

TJ

Natural Gas (Dry)

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130.795,85 33.459,60 0,00 45.238,70 34.780,89 0,00 0,00 78.348,88 29.905,92 326,05 0,00 938,25 7.061,52 2.584,06 9.625,86 7.552,52 0,00

######## 0,00 0,00 56.757,57 17.571,32 0,00 0,00 38.533,85 46.022,39 4.663,80 0,00 336,21 290,74 425,87 878,04 793,07 0,00

0,00

0,00

TJ TJ TJ TJ TJ TJ TJ TJ

0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 173.270,16 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 13,54 894,44

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NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV

344.522,28 30.244,32 0,00 -12.123,46 -21.310,03 0,00 0,00 17.717,75 -42.248,44 -4.429,16 0,00 677,47 6.955,09 2.046,82 8.581,31 6.546,42 0,00 337.180,37

20,00 22,00 17,20 18,90 19,50 19,60 20,00 20,20 21,10 17,20 16,80 20,00 22,00 20,00 27,50 20,00 20,00

6.890,45 665,38 0,00 -229,13 -415,55 0,00 0,00 357,90 -891,44 -76,18 0,00 13,55 153,01 40,94 235,99 130,93 0,00 6.875,83

0,00

0,00

0,00

1,00

0,00

26,80

0,00

0,00 4.093,96 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 9,81 27,57

0,00 -6.204,01 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 -2,18 -241,34

0,00 175.380,20 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 5,91 1.108,21

1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00

NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV NCV

25,80 25,80 26,20 27,60 29,10 28,90 25,80 29,50

-4.015,15

193.889,61

1,00

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0,00 175.380,20 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 5,91 1.108,21 176.494,33 193.889,61

0,00 4.524,81 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,15 32,69 4.557,65 2.966,51

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17,07 33.639,60 0,00 21.388,99 25.923,68

163,16

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72.939,63 0,00 3.046,96

3.871,29 0,00 0,00

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0,00 0,00 0,00

76.810,92 0,00 3.046,96

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29,90 20,00 22,80

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202,72

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0,00

1,00

0,00

1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00

0,00 0,00

0,00 4.524,81 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,15 32,69 4.557,65 2.966,51

0,00 16.590,97 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,56 119,87 16.711,40 10.877,21







2.366,12 2.296,65 0,00 69,47

0,00

2.366,12 2.296,65 0,00 69,47

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48,45 76,03 618,83 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

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Parties may choose to report or not report the activity data and emission factors for multilateral operation consistent with the principle of confidentiality stated in the UNFCCC reporting guidelines on inventories. In any case, Parties should report the emissions from multilateral operations, where available, under the Memo Items section of the Summary tables and in the Sectoral report table for energy.

1RWH In accordance with the IPCC Guidelines, international aviation and marine bunker fuel emissions from fuel sold to ships or aircraft engaged in international transport should be excluded from national totals and reported separately for informational purposes only. 'RFXPHQWDWLRQER[

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0,00

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NO NO 0,00 NE

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0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 NO NO 3,10

0,00 NO NO 0,00 NO NO NO NO NO NE

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Where the IPCC Guidelines provide options for activity data, e.g. cement or clinker for estimating the emissions from Cement Production, specify the activity data used (as shown in the example in brackets) in order to make the choice of emission factor more transparent and to facilitate comparisons of implied emission factors. (2) Enter cases in which the final emissions are reduced with the quantities of emission recovery, oxidation, destruction, transformation. Adjusted emissions are reported and the quantitative information on recovery, oxidation, destruction, and transformation should be given in the additional columns provided. (3) To avoid double counting make offsetting deductions from fuel consumption (e.g. natural gas) in Ammonia Production, first for feedstock use of the fuel, and then to a sequestering use of the feedstock.

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1RWH In case of confidentiality of the activity data information, the entries should provide aggregate figures but there should be a note in the documentation box indicating this 'RFXPHQWDWLRQER[

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0,58 12,82 NO NO NO NO

NO NO NO NO NO NO

40,09 NO NO NO NO NO

NO NO NO NO NO NO

NO NO NO NO NO NO

NO NO NO NO NO NO

NO NO NO NO NO NO

NO NO NO NO NO NO

2,64 NO NO NO NO NO

NO NO NO NO NO NO

NO NO NO NO NO NO

NO NO NO NO NO NO

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0,00

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1RWH Where information is confidential the entries should provide aggregate figures but there should be a note indicating this in the relevant documentation boxes of the Sectoral background data tables or as a comment to the corresponding cell. Gases with GWP not yet agreed upon by the COP, should be reported in Table 9 (Completeness), sheet 2.

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NO 0,00 NO NO 0,00 NO NO

NO 531,65 523,65 8,00 67,35 NO 67,35

NO 11,67 11,67 NE 0,00 NO NE

NO 0,00 NO NO 0,00 NO NO

NO 66,70 66,70 NE 0,00 NO NE

NO 0,00 NO NO 0,00 NO NO

NO 0,00 NO NO 0,00 NO NO

NO 0,00 NO NO 0,00 NO NO

NO 0,00 NO NO 0,00 NO NO

NO 0,00 NO NO 0,00 NO NO

NO 3,72 3,72 NO 0,00 NO NO

NO 0,00 NO NO 0,00 NO NO

NO 0,00 NO NO 0,00 NO NO

NO 0,00 NO NO 0,00 NO NO

NO 0,00 NO NO 0,00 NO NO

NO 4,74 4,74 NO 0,00 NO NO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 7,18 0,00

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0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 136,56 0,00

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0,00 349,37 0,00

0,00 1,88 0,00

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0,00 152,33 0,00

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0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00

0,00 647,32 0,00

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0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

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0,00 0,00 22,13 0,00

0,00 0,00 30,43 0,00

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136,56 210,81 1,54

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647,32 1.080,80 1,67

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Potential emissions of each chemical of halocarbons and SF6 estimated using Tier 1a or Tier 1b of the IPCC Guidelines (Volume 3. Reference Manual, pp. 2.47-2.50). When potential emissions estimates are available in a disaggregated manner corresponding to the subsectors for actual emissions defined on sheet 1 of this table, these should be reported in an annex to sheet 2, using the format of sheet 1, sector F(a). Use Summary 3 of this common reporting format to indicate whether Tier 1a or Tier 1b was used. (4) Production refers to production of new chemicals. Recycled substances could be included here, but it should be ensured that double counting of emissions is avoided. Relevant explanations should be provided as a comment to the corresponding cell. (5) Relevant just for Tier 1b. (6) Sums of the actual emissions of each chemical of halocarbons and SF6 from the source categories given in sheet 1 of the table multiplied by the corresponding GWP values. (7) Potential emissions of each chemical of halocarbons and SF6 taken from row F(p) multiplied by the corresponding GWP values.

1RWH As stated in the revised UNFCCC guidelines, Parties should report actual emissions of HFCs, PFCs and SF 6, where data are available, providing disaggregated data by chemical and source category in units of mass and in CO2 equivalents. Parties reporting actual emissions should also report potential emissions for the sources where the concept of potential emissions applies, for reasons of transparency and comparability.

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1RWH Where the activity data are confidential, the entries should provide aggregate figures, but there should be a note in the documentation box indicating this 'RFXPHQWDWLRQER[

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0,00 2,88 2,06 3,40 0,00

0,00 28,42 680,96 33,59 0,00

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2,00 2,00 2,00 2,00 2,00

1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00

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0,00 0,06 2,61 0,07 0,00

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80,72 440,84 747,15 388,74 5,13 26,45

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1,50 1,50 1,50 1,50 1,50 0,00

10,00 10,00 10,00 10,00 10,00 0,00

0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

0,26 1,05 1,92 0,90 0,01 0,05

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2,60 2,64 3,07

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Hard Foam HFC-32 (refrigerators) HFC-125 (refrigerators) HFC-134a (refrigerators) HFC-152a (refrigerators) HFC-32 (shoes, other) HFC-125 (shoes, other) HFC-134a (shoes, other) HFC-152a (shoes, other) Soft Foam HFC-32 (foam plastics, Joint filler, other) HFC-125 (foam plastics, Joint filler, other) HFC-134a (foam plastics, Joint filler, other HFC-152a (foam plastics, Joint filler, other (1) (2)

Parties should use the documentation box to provide information on the amount of the chemical recovered (recovery efficiency) and other relavant information used in the emission estimat Please click on the button to specify the chemical consumed, as given in the example. If needed, new rows could be added for reporting the disagregated chemicals from a source by clicking on the corresponding but

1RWH Table 2.(II).F provides for reporting of the activity data and emission factors used to calculate actual emissions from consumption of halocarbons and SF6 using the "bottom-up approach" (based on the total stock of equipme and estimated emission rates from this equipment). Some Parties may prefer to estimate their actual emissions following the alternative "top-down approach" (based on annual sales of equipment and/or gas). These Parties should provide the activity data used in the current format and any other relevant information in the documentation box at the end of Table2(II)Fs2. Data these Parties should provide includes (1) the amount of fluid used to fill new products, (2) the amount of fluid used to service existing products, (3) the amount of fluid originally used to fill retiring products (the total nameplate capacity of retiring products), (4) the product lifetime, and (5) the growth rate of product sales, if this has been used to calculate the amount of fluid originally used to fill retiring products. Alternatively, Parties may provide alternative formats with equivalent information. These formats may be considered for future versions of the common reporting format after the trial period.

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8,00

0,00

NE

50,00

50,00

0,00

0,00

9,24

0,00

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4,37

61,19

NO

5,00

0,50

0,00

0,24

0,29

0,00

PFC (detergent) SF6 (sealed glazing units) SF6 (laboratories) SF6 (running shoes)

0,50 0,16 0,21 0,11

0,00 39,90 0,00 0,11

NO

100,00 15,00 100,00 0,00

0,00 1,00 0,00 100,00

0,00

0,52 0,02 0,21 0,00

0,00 0,40 0,00 0,11

0,00

6ROYHQWV

6HPLFRQGXFWRUV (OHFWULF(TXLSPHQW 2WKHU SOHDVHVSHFLI\

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0,00

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1RWH Where the activity data are confidential, the entries should provide aggregate figures, but there should be a note indicating this and explanations in the documentation box. 'RFXPHQWDWLRQER[ SF6 (sealed glazing units): SF6 used as insulator in sealed glazing units for window panes. The amount of SF6 accounted for in the model is for products less than 20 years old, where decommissioning is not estimated to have taken place. SF6 (laboratories): SF6 in small amounts used for experimental tracer studies due to outstanding characteristics of the gas. SF6 (running shoes): SF6 used as elastic material in the sole of running shoes. Originates from imported shoes only. Refer to the NIR 2004 for further information

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39,38 NO NO NO NO 39,38

1092&  12 12

  1( 

0,00 NE NE NE NE NE

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Please account for the quantity of carbon released in the form of NMVOC in both the NMVOC and the CO2 columns.

1RWH The IPCC Guidelines do not provide methodologies for the calculation of emissions of N2O from Solvent and Other Product Use. If reporting such data, Parties should provide additional information (activity data and emission factors) used to make these estimates in the documentation box to Table 3.A-D.

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0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

 

0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

Some probable sources are provided in brackets. Complement the list with other relevant sources. Make sure that the order is the same as in Table 3.

1RWH The table follows the format of the IPCC Sectoral Report for Solvent and Other Product Use, although some of the source categories are not relevant to the direct GHG emissions. 'RFXPHQWDWLRQER[

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12   118,74 73,07 45,67 NO 1,59 0,14 NO 3,62 NO 13,52 NE 0,00 NE  12,50 10,36 2,15 NO 0,03 0,00 NO 0,26 NO 32,41 0,30

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1,21 NE NE 0,00

 

 

12 

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0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

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See footnote 4 to Summary 1.A of this common reporting format. Parties which choose to report CO2 emissions and removals from agricultural soils under 4.D. Agricultural Soils category of the

sector Agriculture should indicate the amount [Gg] of these emissions or removals in the documentation box to Table 4.D. Additional information (activity data, implied emissions factors) should also be provided using the relevant documentation box to Table 4.D. This table is not modified for reporting the CO 2 emissions and removals for the sake of consistency with the IPCC tables (i.e. IPCC Sectoral Report for Agriculture).

1RWH The IPCC Guidelines do not provide methodologies for the calculation of CH4 emissions, CH4 and N2O removals from agricultural soils, or CO2 emissions from savanna burning or agricultural residues burning. If you have reported such data, you should provide additional information (activity data and emission factors) used to make these estimates using the relevant documentation boxes of the Sectoral background data tables.

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(1)

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59,7 54,9

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152

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Compare to Tables A-1 and A-2 of the IPCC Guidelines (Volume 3. Reference Manual, pp. 4.31-4.34). These data are relevant if Parties do not have data on average feed intake.

(b)

Disaggregate to the split actually used. Add columns to the table if necessary.

(c)

Specify feeding situation as pasture, stall fed, confined, open range, etc.

In the documentation boxes to all Sectoral background data tables for Agriculture, Parties should provide information on whether the activity data is one year or a 3-year average.

(2)

Parties are encouraged to provide detailed livestock population data by animal type and region in a separate table below the documentation box. This consistent set of animal population statistics should be used to estimate CH4 emissions from enteric fermentation, CH4 and N2O from manure management, N2O direct emissions from soil and N2O emissions associated with manure production, as well as emissions from the use of manure as fuel, and sewage-related emissions reported in the waste sector. (3) Including data on dairy heifers, if available.

'RFXPHQWDWLRQER[ Activity data for population size is one year average. Number of cattle, swine and poultry is from Agriculture Statistics published by Statistics Denmark. Number of goats, sheep and horses is based on information from the Danish Agricultural Advisory Centre. Emission factors are based on a Tier 2 approach. Data for Non-Dairy Cattle include data for heifer older than ½ year. Feeding situation data is percentage of feeding in stable.

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0,26

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76,0 2,0

22,0 0,3

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40,52

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575,0

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See footnote 1 to Table 4.A of this common reporting format.

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10,00

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1.284 623 103 12.608 21.236

37,72 124,91 16,95 9,30 0,57

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11.516.042 57.047.927 0 106.800.448 111.321

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19.620.190 9.108.228 478.107 9.525.552 11.884.874

17.279.532 11.707.988 1.266.984 887.433 65.858

NO NO NO NO NO

152 2.304

43,31 4,62

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0,0 9.387.159

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3.280.733 1.254.252

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'RFXPHQWDWLRQER[ Non-dairy cattle include calves, bulls heifer and suckling cattle. Sheep include goats. N2O emission includes emission from fur farming.

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NO NO

0,00 0,00

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0,00 Upland Rice(4) Total (4)

0,00

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'RFXPHQWDWLRQER[ When dissagregating by more than one region within a country, provide additional information in the documentation box. Where available, provide activity data and scaling factors by soil type and rice cultivar. Rice is not grown in Denmark.

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(2) 228.539.680 (kg N2O-N/kg N) (2) 176.986.369 (kg N2O-N/kg N) (2) 36.151.128 (kg N2O-N/kg dry biomass) (2) 56.411.589 (kg N2O-N/kg dry biomass) (2)

32.074.330

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18.440 (kg N2O-N/ha)

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N from fertilizers and animal wastes that is lost through leaching and run off (kg N/yr)

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0,010 0,025

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0,02

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0,13

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0,34

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See footnote 4 to Summary 1.A. of this common reporting format. Parties which choose to report CO2 emissions and removals from agricultural soils under 4.D. Agricultural Soils category should indicate the amount [Gg] of these emissions or removals and relevant additional information (activity data, implied emissions factors) in the documentation box. (2) To convert from N2O-N to N2O emissions, multiply by 44/28.

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(0,66,216

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(0,66,216

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0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

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NO NA NO

NO -3.465,00 NO

0,00 NE NA

-74,00 NE -74,00

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1RWH See footnote 4 to Summary 1.A of this common reporting format.

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NO

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Total biomass removed in Commercial Harvest Traditional Fuelwood Consumed Total Other Wood Use

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NO NO NO NO NO NO

NO NO NO NO NO NO

0,00

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(t C/tree)

NE 0,00 Total annual growth increment (Gg C) Gg CO2

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Carbon release (Gg C) 714,00 NO NO 714,00 NE 2.618,00

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945,00 3.465,00

(1)

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(2)

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659,81 384,08 39,83 70,25 165,53 0,12 146,96 68,86 78,09

610,39 339,86 36,35 71,28 162,78 0,12 146,96 68,86 78,09

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(1)

Estimate the percentage change due to recalculation with respect to the previous submission (Percentage change = 100% x [(LS-PS)/PS], where LS = Latest submission and PS = Previous submission. All cases of recalculation of the estimate of the source/sink category, should be addressed and explained in Table 8(b) of this common reporting format. (2) See footnote 4 to Summary 1.A of this common reporting format.

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Yes Fuel Consumption rates have been recalculated as a result of recalculation of off road machinery. Emission factors for combined heat and power plants have been improved based on new measurements

1.A.4.b Residential

CO2, CH4, N2O

A revision of the model estimating the fuel use household and gardening machinery has been made. For further information see the Danish NIR report.

1.A.4.c Agriculture/Forestry/Fisheries

CO2, CH4, N2O

Yes Some of the diesel fuel used No changes in background emission factors. The by fishing vessels is aggregated emission factors transfered to the sector Navigation (small boats). A changes due to a change in fuel distribution revision of the model estimating the fuel use by agricultural and forestry machinery has been made. For further information see the Danish NIR report.

1.A.3.d Navigation

CO2, CH4, N2O

The fuel used by small boats and plesurecrafts has been revised, and is now taken from the fishery sector in the Danish fuel sale statistics. For further information see the Danish NIR report.

1.A.3.c Railways

CH4

1.A.3.a Civil aviation

CH4, N2O

Yes Updated CH4 emission factors for diesel are used based on real emission measurements carried out by the Danish Railways. For gasoline the minor amount of fuel used by railways is transfered to road transport. Yes Now helicopters are included in background flight data and in addition minor changes are made to the real aircraft type representative aircraft type relation.

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CO2

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CO2, N2O

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Yes

Yes

The activity data has been changed Addition of CO2 from production of glass from cement to total cement equivalents Addition of CO2 from production of catalysts and NPKfertilisers and N2O from production of nitric acid Addition of CO2 from use of metallurgical coke at steelwork Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

The revised CH4 emission from both enteric fermentation and manure management reflects changes in fodder conditions and stable systems for each year. The emission factor for all animal categories is based on tier 2 approach as given in IPPC Guidelines. 4

Agriculture

N2O The most important changes in the N2O emission is due to recalculation made by the Danish Institute of Agricultural Sciences of Nleaching and recalculation of emission from crop residue.

6

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CH4 The emission estimates changed due to adjustments of the waste amounts used in the model.

(1)

Enter the identification code of the source/sink category (e.g. 1.B.1) in the first column and the name of the category (e.g. Fugitive Emissions from Solid Fuels) in the second column

of the table (see Table 8(a)) . (2)

Explain changes in methods, emission factors and activity data that have resulted in recalculation of the estimate of the source/sink as indicated in Table 8(a). Include relevant changes

in the assumptions and coefficients under the "Methods" column.

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Wastewater handling systems are considered to produce only negligible emissions. An inventory is under development At present the emissions are included in glass production and it will be investigated whether a more detailed inventory can be established Wastewater handling systems are considered to produce only minor emissions, to be investigated

The methane convension factor for poultry and fur farming is not estimated. There is no default value recommended in IPCC (table A-4 in GPG) The CH4 emission from manure storage in the field is not estimated The CH4 emission from cultivation of organogenic soil is not estimated Wastewater handling systems are considered to produce only minor emissions, to be investigated

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HFCs PFCs SF6

(1)

Please, clearly indicate sources and sinks which are considered in the IPCC Guidelines but are not considered in the submitted inventory. Explain the reason for excluding these sources and sinks, in order to avoid arbitrary interpretations. An entry should be made for each source/sink category for which the indicator "NE" is entered in the sectoral tables. (2) Indicate omitted source/sink following the IPCC source/sink category structure (e.g. sector: Waste, source category: Wastewater Handling). (3) Please clearly indicate sources and sinks in the submitted inventory that are allocated to a sector other than that indicated by the IPCC Guidelines. Show the sector indicated in the IPCC Guidelines and the sector to which the source or sink is allocated in the submitted inventory. Explain the reason for reporting these sources and sinks in a different sector. An entry should be made for each source/sink for which the indicator "IE" is used in the sectoral tables.

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Parties are encouraged to provide information on emissions of greenhouse gases whose GWP values have not yet been agreed upon by the COP. Please include such gases in this table if they are considered in the submitted inventory. Provide additional information on the estimation methods used.

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Focal point for national GHG inventories: Jytte Boll Illerup, Danish National Environmental Research Institute Address: P.O. Box 358, Department of Policy Analysis, DK-4000 Roskilde Telephone: + 45 46 30 12 89

Date of submission: 15-apr-04 PFCs, HFCs, SF6:

Base years: 1990

Gases covered: CO2, CH4, N2O, NOx, CO, NMVOC, SO2, HFCs, PFCs, SF6 Omissions in geographic coverage: Energy

Ind. Processes

Solvent Use

LUCF

Agriculture

Waste

Sectoral report tables:

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

Sectoral background data tables:

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

IPCC Table 7A:

Summary 1 (IPCC Summary tables): Summary 2 (CO 2 equivalent emissions):

TRUE

FALSE

National information:

TRUE

TRUE IPCC Table 8A:

FALSE TRUE

Completeness table:

TRUE

Trend table:

FALSE

Comparison of CO2 from fuel combustion:

Percentage of difference

Worksheet 1-1

0,93

TRUE

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IPCC Table 7B:

TRUE

Summary 3 (Methods/Emission factors):

CO2

Explanation of differences TRUE

Energy

Ind.Processes

Solvent Use

LUCF

Agriculture

Waste

TRUE

TRUE

FALSE

FALSE

TRUE

TRUE

CH4

TRUE

TRUE

FALSE

FALSE

TRUE

TRUE

N2O

TRUE

TRUE

FALSE

FALSE

TRUE

TRUE

FALSE

FALSE

TRUE

TRUE

HFCs, PFCs, SF6 Explanations:

TRUE TRUE

TRUE

Recalculation tables for all recalculated years:

TRUE

Full CRF for the recalculated base year:

 )6 V &) 3 V& ) +

1995

Year covered in the submission: 1990-2002

Recalculation tables:



E-mail: [email protected]

Fax: + 45 46 30 12 12

Main institution preparing the inventory: Danish National Environmental Research Institute, Ministry of the Environment

Uncertainty:

2&

2001

TRUE HFCs

Disaggregation by species: Production of Halocarbons/SF6: Consumption of Halocarbons/SF6:

SF6

PFCs

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

Actual

Potential

Actual

Potential

Actual

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

TRUE

Potential/Actual emission ratio:

1,67

1,18

Potential TRUE 3,73

Reference to National Inventory Report and/or NIR2004 national inventory web site:

CRF - Common Reporting Format. LUCF - Land-Use Change and Forestry. (1)

For each omission, give an explanation for the reasons by inserting a comment to the corresponding cell.

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