Reporting Form Instructions

For each applicable subpart from the list below, users must report their facility’s GHG data using an Excel-based Reporting Form which may be downloaded as described below. The Reporting Forms are meant to provide reporters with a simple and straightforward means for reporting required data and information for the subparts listed below:

  • Subpart E - Adipic Acid Production
  • Subpart F - Aluminum Production
  • Subpart I - Electronics Manufacturing
  • Subpart O - HCFC-22 Production and HFC-23 Destruction
  • Subpart R - Lead Production
  • Subpart S - Lime Manufacturing (CEMS users only)
  • Subpart U - Miscellaneous Uses of Carbonate
  • Subpart V - Nitric Acid Production
  • Subpart W - Petroleum and Natural Gas Systems
  • Subpart Z - Phosphoric Acid Production
  • Subpart BB - Silicon Carbide Production
  • Subpart CC - Soda Ash Manufacturing
  • Subpart DD - Use of Electric Transmission and Distribution Equipment
  • Subpart EE - Titanium Dioxide Production
  • Subpart FF - Underground Coal Mines
  • Subpart GG - Zinc Production
  • Subpart II - Industrial Wastewater Treatment
  • Subpart LL - Supplies of Coal-based Liquid Fuels
  • Subpart MM - Suppliers of Petroleum Products
  • Subpart QQ - Importers and Exporters of Fluorinated Greenhouse Gases Contained in Pre-Charged Equipment or Closed-Cell Foams
  • Subpart OO - Suppliers of Industrial Greenhouse Gases
  • Subpart SS - Manufacture of Electric Transmission and Distribution Equipment

Please Note: Inputs to equations whose reporting was deferred until 2013 must be reported to EPA by April 1, 2013 for Reporting Years 2010, 2011, and 2012, as applicable, if you are reporting, or have reported, under subparts C, D, DD, FF, HH, II, SS, and/or TT. For more information please visit Reports for RY2010 and RY2011 Resubmitted with Equation Input Data That Is No Longer Deferred.

Step 1. Download a Reporting Form

All reporting forms have been updated and replaced as of February 11, 2013. Previous versions of the reporting forms are no longer acceptable. Please download an updated version of the appropriate form(s) below.

To download the reporting form(s) for a subpart:

  1. Find the subpart in the table below
  2. Click the linked filename(s) in the second column
  3. Save the file(s) to your computer in a location of your choosing
  4. If your facility uses CEMS to calculate emissions under this subpart, you must also download a separate CEMS Reporting Form by clicking the CEMS Reporting Form.xls link at the bottom of the table
  5. Repeat 1-4 for each applicable subpart (note that multiple Reporting Forms may be required for Subparts O and OO)

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Reporting Forms
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E - Adipic Acid Production

RY2017 - RY2023 now reported through e-GGRT Web forms 


L - Fluorinated Gas Production



R - Lead Production

Subpart R Reporting Form for RY2017 - RY2023

Subpart R Inputs Form for RY2017 - RY2023



S - Lime Manufacturing (CEMS only)


V - Nitric Acid Production

Subpart V Reporting Form for RY2018 - RY2023

Subpart V Inputs Form for RY2017 - RY2023


For prior year forms click this link



W - Petroleum and Natural Gas Systems

For RY2019-2023 Submissions

Subpart W Reporting Form for RY2019 and Later

Subpart W Supersize Reporting Form for RY2019 and Later

Both Subpart W Forms are functionally identical, except that the supersize form can support up to 1100 sub-basin or 5000 individual units.

For prior year reporting forms click this link



DD - Use of Electric Transmission
and Distribution Equipment


FF - Underground Coal Mines

Subpart FF Reporting Form for RY2017 - RY2023


LL - Suppliers of Coal-based Liquid


MM - Suppliers of Petroleum Products


OO - Suppliers of Industrial GHG

Subpart OO Reporting Form for Importers and Exporters for RY2018 - RY2023
Subpart OO Reporting Form for Producers, Transformers, and Destroyers for RY2020 - RY2023

Subpart OO Reporting Form for Facilities and Companies that Destroy f-GHGs (One Time Form)
Subpart OO Reporting Form for Facilities That Produce f-GHGs (One Time Form)

For prior year reporting forms click this link




QQ - Importers and Exporters of Fluorinated
Greenhouse Gases Contained in Pre-Charged
Equipment or Closed-Cell Foams


RR - Geologic Sequestration of Carbon DioxideR.01

SS - Manufacture of Electric Transmission
and Distribution Equipment


Additional Reporting Forms

Reporting Forms
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* If you operate batch processes, using this updated Subpart L inputs form may result in your receiving fewer validation and verification messages. However, you can continue to use the previous version of the Subpart L Inputs form.

Step 2. Enter data into the reporting form

Once all applicable Reporting Forms have been saved to your computer, open each file, and enter the required information according to the general guidance provided below and the instructions provided within each Reporting Form. Always remember to save each completed Reporting Form when finished.


  • Do Not Skip Rows in reporting form tables.
  • All forms should be saved as EXCEL 2003 format with a .xls extension. We recommend saving the reporting forms using the .xls extension to avoid EXCEL warning messages. If you attempt to save using a .xlsx extension, click YES, followed by OK in the two respective pop-up messages. If you do encounter messages which warn of a loss of fidelity, compatibility, or formatting when you try to save these messages should be ignored. Such losses will not affect your data or the viability of the reporting form.
  • Do not save files as .XLSM (macro enabled excel) files. Some users may be presented by warnings that Visual Basic code may deleted if the file is not saved as a .XLSM. Please ignore these warning and save as .XLS. EPA does not include VBA or excel macros in its reporting forms.
  • Please use caution if you must Cut and Paste from other sources. EPA urges users who cut and paste to always use Paste Special / Values when pasting. Failure to cut and paste as directed may damage your reporting form, forcing you to start again with an empty form. Use of the Paste Special / Values will ensure that formatting and cell protection is not altered. If you use cut and paste processes and later encounter problems with your reporting form please contact the GHGRP Help Desk.
Using Reporting Forms - General Guidance

Color Coding
The reporting forms contain blue input cells, gray informational cells and black deactivated cells. Users should use blue input cells to enter all data specific to their facility, unit, or process. Gray informational cells contain parameter names, column and row headings, equation constants, subtotals and other instructional items. As you progress through a reporting form, you may notice some blue input cells changing to black deactivated cells. Black deactivated cells are not applicable to the user based on previous data entries in the form. Users should not enter data into these cells. All cells that are not blue input cells are locked and cannot be modified or do not require data from the user.

Blue input cell (data entry)

Gray informational cell (locked)

Black deactivated cell (not applicable, no data required)

Deactivated cell with data (data should be deleted)

Stop and Warning Messages
The reporting forms will display a stop message if the user enters a value that is invalid or a warning message if the user enters a value outside the EPA-estimated range for a particular data element. For invalid data entries (such as text entered where numerical data is required), the stop messages will not allow the user to proceed, and the user must reenter valid data before moving forward. For data entries that are outside the EPA estimated range for a particular data element, the warning messages will alert the user but provide the option to continue if the user deems the entered value to be accurate.

Reporting Unit-Level Data for Multiple Units
For subparts where unit-level data are required, the reporting form will typically provide space to enter data for up to 10 processes or process units. If additional space is needed, additional copies of the form should be completed and submitted.

Subpart-Specific Form Instructions
Within each reporting form, two types of instructions are provided to guide users as they complete the form. General table instructions are provided above each table within the form. More specific instructions will appear in little yellow boxes when the user clicks in a blue input data cell.

Step 3. Submit Completed Reporting Forms to e-GGRT

Please submit completed Reporting Forms using the current versions on this page. E-GGRT checks the version of most forms upon upload to ensure that you are using a compatible form. Older Versions of these forms will not be accepted. Please do not upload any other documents or data through the Reporting Form upload interface.

To submit a completed reporting form to e-GGRT, find the 2.) UPLOAD COMPLETED FORM section of the Subpart Overview page and click the Browse button.

In the File Upload window that appears, locate and select the completed reporting form you wish to submit and click OPEN.

To submit this file to e-GGRT, complete the upload process by clicking the UPLOAD button on the Subpart Overview page.

For users submitting multiple reporting forms under a single subpart, repeat the upload process for each Reporting Form you wish to submit.

Step 4. Complete the entry of data required by the form upload page

Some e-GGRT reporting form upload pages also require you to enter GHG emissions data for a subpart. Please ensure that you provide all of the requested data for each applicable subpart.

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Once finished uploading and entering data on the subpart summary page, click SAVE.

Validation Report
The Validation Report assists you with determining the completeness and quality of your reported data.

We strongly encourage you to use the Validation Report to check your work. The Validation Report performs two types of checks:

  • Data Completeness: Data required for reporting that are missing or incomplete.
  • Data Quality: Data that are outside of the expected range of values.

Certain validation checks which are considered to represent critical errors must be corrected before you can successfully generate and submit your Annual Report. These checks are signified with a stop sign . If you feel that you have triggered one of these critical “stop signs” checks in error, or if there’s a reason why your report should be submitted despite the check being triggered, please submit a request to the e-GGRT Help Desk at

You may view the Validation Report at any time.

Note that the Validation Report is intended to assist users in entering data, but it is not an indication that the reporter has entered all necessary information, nor is it an indication that the reporter is in compliance with part 98. Furthermore, a negative finding on the validation report is not a guarantee that a data element was entered incorrectly. For more detail on the Validation Report and its functionality please review the Subpart Validation Report page.

See Also

Screen Errors
Subpart Validation Report

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