|(a) The owner or operator of units listed in §117.100 of this title (relating to Applicability) at a major source of nitrogen oxides (NOX ) shall submit a final control report to show compliance with the requirements of §117.105 of this title (relating to Emission Specifications for Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT)). The report must include a list of the units listed in §117.100 of this title, showing: (1) the NOX emission specification resulting from application of §117.105 of this title for each non-exempt unit; (2) the section under which NOX compliance is being established for units specified in paragraph (1) of this subsection, either: (A) §117.105 of this title; (B) §117.115 of this title (relating to Alternative Plant-Wide Emission Specifications); (C) §117.123 of this title (relating to Source Cap); (D) §117.125 of this title (relating to Alternative Case Specific Specifications); or (E) §117.9800 of this title (relating to Use of Emission Credits for Compliance); (3) the method of NOX control for each unit; (4) the emissions measured by testing required in §117.135 of this title (relating to Initial Demonstration of Compliance); (5) the submittal date, and whether sent to the Austin or the regional office (or both), of any compliance stack test report or relative accuracy test audit report required by §117.135 of this title that is not being submitted concurrently with the final compliance report; and (6) the specific rule citation for any unit with a claimed exemption from the emission specifications of this division (relating to Beaumont-Port Arthur Ozone Nonattainment Area Major Sources), for: (A) boilers and heaters with a maximum rated capacity greater than or equal to 100.0 million British thermal units per hour; (B) gas turbines with a megawatt (MW) rating greater than or equal to 10.0 MW; and (C) gas-fired internal combustion engines rated greater than or equal to 300 horsepower. (b) For sources complying with §117.115 of this title, in addition to the requirements of subsection (a) of this section, the owner or operator shall: (1) assign to each affected: (A) boiler or process heater, the maximum allowable NOX emission rate in pounds per million British thermal units (rolling 30-day average), or in pounds per hour (block one-hour average) indicating whether the fuel is gas, high-hydrogen gas, solid, or liquid; (B) stationary gas turbine, the maximum allowable NO X emission in parts per million by volume at 15% oxygen, dry basis on a block one-hour average; and (C) stationary internal combustion engine, the maximum allowable NOX emission rate in grams per horsepower-hour on a block one-hour average; (2) submit a list to the executive director for approval of: (A) the maximum allowable NOX emission rates identified in paragraph (1) of this subsection; and (B) the maximum rated capacity for each unit; (3) submit calculations used to calculate the plant-wide average in accordance with §117.115(g) of this title; and (4) maintain a copy of the approved list of emission specifications for verification of continued compliance with the requirements of §117.115 of this title. (c) For sources complying with §117.123 of this title, in addition to the requirements of subsection (a) of this section, the owner or operator shall submit: (1) the calculations used to calculate the 30-day average and maximum daily source cap allowable emission rates; (2) a list containing, for each unit in the cap: (A) the historical average daily heat input information, Hi ; (B) the maximum daily heat input, Hmi ; (C) the applicable restriction, Ri ; and (D) the method of monitoring emissions; (3) an explanation of the basis of the values of H i , Hmi , and Ri ; and (4) the information applicable to shutdown units, specified in §117.123(g) and (h) of this title. (d) The report must be submitted by the applicable date specified for final control plans in §117.9000 of this title (relating to Compliance Schedule for Beaumont-Port Arthur Ozone Nonattainment Area Major Sources). The plan must be updated with any emission compliance measurements submitted for units using continuous emissions monitoring system or predictive emissions monitoring system and complying with an emission limit on a rolling 30-day average, according to the applicable schedule given in §117.9000 of this title.