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Westport Innovations Presentation

  1. 1. The global leader in natural gas engines.Powering transportation.Driving change.The global leader in natural gas engines.Westport SummaryWestport Innovations Inc.John Lapetz Vice PresidentJune 5, 2013stock symbols market capitalizationTSX NASDAQ CAD USDWPT WPRT $1.5 billion $1.5 billion
  2. 2. Westport at a Glance2market focus position strategyTransformation frompetroleum-fuelled toalternative-fuelledengines.The global leader ingaseous fuel engineeringand technology.Leverage IP to penetratemarkets throughrelationships with market-leading OEMs.2
  3. 3. applicationenginedisplace-ment kw/cylfuel /yearcurrentuptakefuelchoicecurrent gastechnologiesFuture trends intechnologyLarge marineUp to25,000 LUp to1,000Up to30,000,000L~1000 LNGdual fuelPerformance Minimize HC Increase BMEPSI pre-chamberdirect injection Reduce PMOff-highway• locomotive• mine haul• medium marine20 to 150 L 150–275~1,000,000L~10 LNG n/aHeavy-dutyvehicles• on-highwaytrucks9 to 16 L ~75 ~100,000 L ~10,000LNGorCNGdirect injection Reduce PMdual fuelPerformance Minimize HC Increase BMEPspark ignited Lean-burn Stoich / EGRspark ignited Spark plug lifeMedium-dutyvehicles• buses• refuse haulers5 to 9 L ~40 ~40,000 L ~100,000MD spark ignited Lean-burn Stoichiometric Stoichiometric+EGRDI CNG• Lean-burn• stoichiometricLNG storageLight-dutyvehicles• passenger cars• light-duty trucksUp to 7 L ~40 ~5000 L>10,000,000CNGLD spark ignited Bifuel monofuelDI CNG• Lean-burn• stoichiometricLNG storageTransportation Technology SpectrumValues are coarse estimates and information is based on Westport’s best knowledge 3propagateWestport™HPDI in bestapplicationsdevelopbestpremixedchargeenginesdevelopsolutionfor dieselengines
  4. 4. Why Natural Gas for TransportationEnergy Pricing Abundant supply globally International EnergyAgency (IEA) and USDepartment of Energypredict rising oil prices andstable natural gas pricingthrough 2050Emissions and GHG Natural Gas has ~25%less carbon per unit ofenergy than diesel fuel Bio-methane offerspotential for extremely lowor negative net GHGEnergy Security Abundant domesticreserves of conventionaland tight gas Shale gas and coalmethane have expandedresource baseNormalised GHG Emissions Measured In Engine Test Cell60%70%80%90%100%Diesel FTP Diesel ESC HPDI FTP HPDI ESCCO2 CH4*21-29% -25%SOURCE: “Energy in Australia 2012” Bureau ofResources and Energy Economics (BREE)25-60%lessthan oilSOURCE: “World Energy Outlook 2010”, EIASOURCE: Westport HD 15L ADR 80/02 enginecertification test results4
  5. 5. Elements to Advancing the Curve5TechnologyFavourableEconomicsInfrastructureRegulationsand Incentives Adoption2006: ShaleGasRevolution2007: CleanEnergybuilds 1stLNG stationShellannouncesdevelopingLNGinfrastructure

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