Christopher B. Mynk
S: 21080(b)(1), 15268
Oil and Gas Conformity Reviews are ministerial under Kern County Zoning Ordinance and are exempt under Sections 21080(b)(1) and 15268 of the State CEQA Guidelines.
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A Heavy Duty 13 Liter HD Truck engine will be re-engineered to operate on compressed natural gas (CNG) with a lean/dilute - burn mode of combustion that is inherently higher in efficiency than current stoichiometric natural gas engines. The combination of different advanced technologies with achieves extremely low engine-out emissions of NOx, CO, CH4, and particulate matter while improving efficiency 10-16%. Integration and control of commercially available exhaust treatment, such as selective catalytic reduction (SCR) and other specific catalytic systems, will be added to bring tailpipe NOx emissions levels under 0.02 g/bph-hr and to minimize CH4 emissions. This work involved refinement, application, and demonstration of these enabling technologies.
The activity funded by this grant involves research to model, optimize, build and test a natural gas engine used in heavy-duty vehicles. CEQA exemption Class 6 consists of basic data collection and research. The work to build the test the improved engine is covered by Class 6 basic research, and there is no serious or major disturbance to an environmental resource since the work consists of testing in a lab facility.
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