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Immediate Challenges for Clean and Affordable Gas Mobility in Europe - Paris, 24 January 2014

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The presentation covers the challenges with the implementation of natural gas as a transportation fuel. This is one of three presentations to promote the development of natural gas as a fuel in …

The presentation covers the challenges with the implementation of natural gas as a transportation fuel. This is one of three presentations to promote the development of natural gas as a fuel in France.

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  • 1. IGU INTERNATIONAL GAS UNION UNION INTERNATIONAL DU GAZ IGU INTERNATIONAL GAS UNION UNION INTERNATIONAL DU GAZ   WGC PARIS 2 0 1 5 Immediate Challenges for Clean and Affordable Gas Mobility in Europe Eugene Pronin Gazprom export LLC, IGU WOC5 WO R LD G A S C O N F E R E N C E 1 NATURAL GAS AS A FUEL FOR VEHICLES: CAN FRANCE MAKE UP ITS DELAY? PARIS, 24 JANUARY 2014
  • 2. IGU World & European NGV Market 2 UNION INTERNATIONAL DU GAZ 5,400 2006 19,800 16,075 14,500 12,200 10,891 9,570 NATURAL GAS AS A FUEL FOR VEHICLES: CAN FRANCE MAKE UP ITS DELAY? PARIS, 24 JANUARY 2014 Eur… 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 1,900 4,800 Consumption of CNG/LNG for Transport World: > 40 Bcm Europe: > 3 Bcm 2005 2002 3,900 2,100 2001 2004 1,700 2000 3,200 1,200 1999 2003 920 1998 Filling Stations World: 25,560 Europe: 4,623 TOP 10 EUROPE Italy 823 000 Ukraine 388 000 Armenia 244 000 Germany 96 349 Russia 90 000 Georgia 80 600 Bulgaria 61 623 Sweden 44 322 France 13 538 Switzerland 11 058 850 TOP 10 WORLD Iran 3 500 000 China 3 000 000 Pakistan 2 790 000 Argentina 2 288 161 Brazil 1 753 762 India 1 800 000 Italy 823 000 Colombia 456 902 Uzbekistan 450 000 Thailand 422 812 7,111 NGV Fleet INTERNATIONAL GAS UNION
  • 3. IGU World NGV Market Growth Indicators INTERNATIONAL GAS UNION UNION INTERNATIONAL DU GAZ 31,000 25,560 NGVs * 1 000 3 NG Demand * Mcmpa 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 19,820 Filling Stations * 1 NATURAL GAS AS A FUEL FOR VEHICLES: CAN FRANCE MAKE UP ITS DELAY? PARIS, 24 JANUARY 2014
  • 4. World NGV Fleet Composition, mio IGU INTERNATIONAL GAS UNION UNION INTERNATIONAL DU GAZ Buses 4 Trucks Other 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 18.00 16.00 14.00 12.00 10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00 2.00 2004 0.90 0.80 0.70 0.60 0.50 0.40 0.30 0.20 0.10 Cars/LDVs NATURAL GAS AS A FUEL FOR VEHICLES: CAN FRANCE MAKE UP ITS DELAY? PARIS, 24 JANUARY 2014
  • 5. Russian NGV Market in 2013 IGU INTERNATIONAL GAS UNION UNION INTERNATIONAL DU GAZ Key Market indicators Fuel Prices at Pump: 0.80 500 0.73 0.71 405 400 300 252 0.34 0.32 200 0.27 90 100 0 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 NGV Population, * 1000 CNG Demand, Mcmpa Filling Stations Super, € * l Diesel, € * l Regular, € * l LPG, € * l LNG, € * kg CNG, € * ncm OEM Production: LDVs – No; Buses – 4 models; HDV: 2 Chassis Model All CNG 5 NATURAL GAS AS A FUEL FOR VEHICLES: CAN FRANCE MAKE UP ITS DELAY? PARIS, 24 JANUARY 2014
  • 6. World Trends: NG by Sectors IGU INTERNATIONAL GAS UNION UNION INTERNATIONAL DU GAZ Fuel by user sectors: • LDV/MDV: primary fuel – CNG, back up fuel – petrol • MDV/HDV: dedicated CNG/LNG or dual fuel (pilot diesel + natural gas) • Municipalities buy more & more CNG buses • Taxi companies stick to CNG • Refuse trucks choose CNG as their primary fuel • Long haul logistics concentrate on LNG tractors • High horse power vehicles adopt LNG • Maritime/inland waters – emerging sectors for LNG bunkering • Bio-methane production grows 6 NATURAL GAS AS A FUEL FOR VEHICLES: CAN FRANCE MAKE UP ITS DELAY? PARIS, 24 JANUARY 2014
  • 7. World Trends: Fuel Supply IGU INTERNATIONAL GAS UNION UNION INTERNATIONAL DU GAZ Filling stations: • Unmanned operation (full automatic) • Self service • Small footprint • Multilanguage displays • Two-hose configuration for LDVs and HDVs • Stand-alone and integrated dispensers • Combined LNG/LCNG/CNG configuration • Gas metering still diverse: mass (kg) or volume (ncm) • Mobile and moveable fuelling stations • Liquefaction on-site and on-demand with mini and nano plants 7 NATURAL GAS AS A FUEL FOR VEHICLES: CAN FRANCE MAKE UP ITS DELAY? PARIS, 24 JANUARY 2014
  • 8. World Trends: NGV by Origin & Type IGU INTERNATIONAL GAS UNION UNION INTERNATIONAL DU GAZ NGV sources: • Retrofitting still important • OEM offers growing NGV habitat: • On the ground: on- & off road, railway, special • At sea and river: even the military • In the air: renaissance is near Fleet composition: • Remains pretty stable - LDVs keeps dominating 8 NATURAL GAS AS A FUEL FOR VEHICLES: CAN FRANCE MAKE UP ITS DELAY? PARIS, 24 JANUARY 2014
  • 9. Blue Corridor – 2013: Hansa IGU INTERNATIONAL GAS UNION UNION INTERNATIONAL DU GAZ 26 NGVs: 15 cars, 4 buses, 5 vans, 2 refuse trucks, 1 DDF tractor 15 OEMs 50 Crew members 35 Companies 13 Countries 4100 km, 18 Days 9 NATURAL GAS AS A FUEL FOR VEHICLES: CAN FRANCE MAKE UP ITS DELAY? PARIS, 24 JANUARY 2014
  • 10. Immediate Challenges IGU INTERNATIONAL GAS UNION UNION INTERNATIONAL DU GAZ  Goodbye petrol & diesel in government/municipal fleets  Welcome to alternatives: gas vs bio, electro, other  Universal technical rules  Legal support  Tempting investment climate: real incentives  Leadership by gas industry: CNG/LNG infrastructure  Automakers dedication: more models at fair prices  Customer support  LNG technologies: heavy duty, bunkering, HHP  Public awareness 10 NATURAL GAS AS A FUEL FOR VEHICLES: CAN FRANCE MAKE UP ITS DELAY? PARIS, 24 JANUARY 2014
  • 11. IGU INTERNATIONAL GAS UNION UNION INTERNATIONAL DU GAZ IGU INTERNATIONAL GAS UNION UNION INTERNATIONAL DU GAZ 11 Thank you Eugene Pronin Gazprom export LLC e.Pronin@mail.ru NATURAL GAS AS A FUEL FOR VEHICLES: CAN FRANCE MAKE UP ITS DELAY? PARIS, 24 JANUARY 2014

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