Correlation to Commodity
Breakdown of Diesel Pricing @ $3.95 Breakdown of Nat Gas Pricing @ $2.59
In its most recent annual energy outlook, the agency [EIA] expressed enough confidence
in the durability of the U.S. natural gas boom that it anticipates LNG prices will sit 40
percent below diesel for the next 30 years. (See related: "Natural Gas Nation: EIA Sees
U.S. Future Shaped By Natural Gas.")
LNG (liquefied natural gas) is especially effective in long-
range and high-horsepower vehicle applications.
Did you know?
Converting one truck from
diesel to natural gas is the
equivalent of of taking as many
as 325 cars off the road in
terms of pollution reduction.
Good for the bottom line
Save 20% - 40% on fuel expenses
Good for the environment
No DPF, SCR, DEF, or EGR
Considered the most environmentally friendly
Good for truck drivers
No unhealthy diesel fumes to breathe, quiet
Good for community health
Significantly less asthma and cancer-causing
Good for America
Supports energy independence
The bottom line: Running vehicles on LNG or CNG can be significantly more cost-effective than diesel or gasoline.
Abundant natural resources, advancements in drilling technologies as well as volatile oil prices are making natural
gas the most cost effective fuel choice for our nation.
– LNG costs 30 – 50% less than diesel
– Fuel use reduces payback time
– No DEF, SCR, DPF, EGR
– Industry Partners Key to success ( Clarke Power /APG/BLU)
• Energy Policy
– Abundant domestic supply of natural gas in North America
– U.S. ranks in the top 2 for annual natural gas production
– Reduced crude oil imports
– Reduced emissions
– Reduced engine noise
– Maintenance free exhaust treatment
Summary – The Three “E’s”