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Table 2 Industry sectors matched between 2008 GHG emission inventory and the ESCI-SAM codes

From: Emerging clean transportation technologies and distribution of reduced greenhouse gas emissions in Southern California

GHG emission inventory economic sector ESCI-SAM Code Description
Electricity Generation
(In State, Imports)
ESCI-IND 3 Utilities
Transportation ESCI-IND 8 Transportation and Warehousing
CHP: Industrial ESCI-IND 5 Manufacturing
Landfills ESCI-IND 14 Administrative and Support and Waste Services
Manufacturing ESCI-IND 5 Manufacturing
Mining ESCI-IND 2 Natural Resources and Mining
Oil & Gas Extraction ESCI-IND 2 Natural Resources and Mining
Petroleum Marketing ESCI-IND 5 Manufacturing
Petroleum Refining ESCI-IND 5 Manufacturing
Pipelines ESCI-IND 4 Construction
Wastewater Treatment ESCI-IND 14 Administrative and Support and Waste Services
Not Specified Industrial ESCI-IND 10, 11,12,13,17 Finance and Insurance
Real Estate and Rental and Leasing
Professional, Scientific and Technical Services
Management of Companies and Enterprises
Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation
CHP: Commercial ESCI-IND 14 Administrative and Support and Waste Services
Communication ESCI-IND 9 Information
Domestic Utilities ESCI-IND 3 Utilities
Education ESCI-IND 15 Educational Services
Food Services ESCI-IND 18 Accommodation and Food Service
Health Care ESCI-IND 16 Health Care and Social Assistance
Hotels ESCI-IND 18 Accommodation and Food Service
National Security ESCI-IND 20 Public Administration
Offices ESCI-IND 14 Administrative and Support and Waste Services
Retail & Wholesale ESCI-IND 6, 7 Wholesale Trade, Retail Trade
Transportation Services ESCI-IND 8 Transportation and Warehousing
Not Specified Commercial ESCI-IND 10, 11,12,13,17 Finance and Insurance
Real Estate and Rental and Leasing
Professional, Scientific and Technical Services
Management of Companies and Enterprises
Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation
Household Use ESCI-IND 19 Other Services
Agriculture & Forestry ESCI-IND 1 Total Farm
Not Specified ESCI-IND 21 Not an industry
  1. CHP (Combined heat and power) is the simultaneous production of both electricity and useful heat for application by the producer or to be sold to other users with the aim of better utilization of the energy used. Public utilities may utilize part of the heat produced in power plants and sell it for public heating purposes. Industries as auto-producers may sell part of the excess electricity produced to other industries or to electric utilities