GHGRP Emissions by Location
Figure 1: Location and Total Reported Emissions from GHGRP Facilities (2019)
Because it generally applies to facilities that emit greater than 25,000 metric tons CO2e per year, the GHGRP provides total reported emissions from large stationary sources. This map shows the locations of direct-emitting facilities. The size of a circle corresponds to the quantity of emissions reported by that facility.
Readers can identify facilities in their state, territory, county, or city by visiting the Facility Level Information on GreenHouse gases Tool (FLIGHT). A fact sheet about using FLIGHT to find information about facilities on tribal lands is also available. Information about emissions from specific states and tribal lands is also available on an interactive fact sheet.
Figure 2: Direct GHG Emissions by State (2019)
Figure 3: Direct GHG Emissions by Geologic Basin (2019)
State emissions totals do not include emissions from the Petroleum and Natural Gas Systems Onshore Production and Gathering and Boosting segments, as these emissions are reported at the geologic basin level, which may cross state boundaries. State emission totals also do not include emissions from electric distribution systems, which are reported at the corporate level, and cannot be allocated to individual states.
Basin emission totals include emissions from the Petroleum and Natural Gas Systems Onshore Production and Gathering and Boosting segments.