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Table 1 The classification of fuel types

From: Impacts of Growth of a Service Economy on CO2 Emissions: Japan’s Case

  Fuel type CO2 emission intensity Unit
1 Coking coal 0.092 t CO2/GJ
2 Steam coal, lignite and anthracite 0.089 t CO2/GJ
3 Coke 0.108 t CO2/GJ
4 Blast furnace coke 0.108 t CO2/GJ
5 Coke oven gas (COG) 0.040 t CO2/GJ
6 BFG (Consumption) 0.108 t CO2/GJ
7 BFG (Generation) 0.108 t CO2/GJ
8 LOG (Consumption) 0.108 t CO2/GJ
9 LOG (Generation) 0.108 t CO2/GJ
10 Crude oil 0.069 t CO2/GJ
11 Fuel oil A 0.071 t CO2/GJ
12 Fuel oils B and C 0.071 t CO2/GJ
13 Kerosene 0.068 t CO2/GJ
14 Diesel oil 0.069 t CO2/GJ
15 Gasoline 0.067 t CO2/GJ
16 Jet fuel 0.067 t CO2/GJ
17 Naphtha 0.065 t CO2/GJ
18 Petroleum-based hydrocarbon gas 0.046 t CO2/GJ
19 Hydrocarbon oil 0.077 t CO2/GJ
20 Petroleum coke 0.093 t CO2/GJ
21 Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) 0.060 t CO2/GJ
22 Natural gas, LNG 0.051 t CO2/GJ
23 Mains gas 0.052 t CO2/GJ
24 Black liquor 0.094 t CO2/GJ
25 Waste wood 0.077 t CO2/GJ
26 Waste tires 0.080 t CO2/GJ
27 Municipal waste 0.031 t CO2/GJ
28 Industrial waste 0.049 t CO2/GJ
29 Recycled plastic of packages origins 0.065 t CO2/GJ
30 Nuclear power generation
31 Hydro and other power generations
32 Limestone 0.0105 t CO2/GJ
  1. Source: Embodied Energy and Emission Intensity Data for Japan Using Input–Output. Tables (3EID) data book released by the Center for Global Environmental Research at the National Institute for Environmental Studies of Japan (2012). The 3EID data are described with the unit of TOE (Tons of Oil Equivalent).