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  1. 1. Ex cl S av us iv ed e isc $1Natural Gas Vehicle Infrastructure in North America Report 2012-13 ou 0 ,0 nt 0Develop an effective business strategy to maximize Industry Case StudiesROI in the Natural Gas Vehicle market from:Purchase this exclusive report and you’ll benefit from the following:}} Explore NGV Infrastructure business models: Discover the most effective strategy for your business}} 9 market leading case studies: Lessons learnt and strategic insights from utilities, producers, OEMs and end users pioneering NGV infrastructure}} Maximize your ROI: How to maximize your ROI in a station and other fuelling opportunities, to enable you to effectively plan your investment in natural gas }} Partnerships and Alliances: Discover how to develop successful public and private partnerships with multiple industry stakeholders to ensure your projects succeed}} NGVI Market Drivers: Understand the future prospects for natural gas in America to develop a successful strategy}} Adoption hurdles: How are the latest regulatory trends impacting natural gas market activity, taxation implications and the operational challenges that players in the market are facing}} Global analysis: A look at the uptake in NGV globally, including how Canada and the US rank in number of vehicles and refueling stations}} Home-refuelling: Discover the latest updates and initiatives within the promising home refuelling market. When products are likely to come online, their cost, performance and market potentialBenefit from the very latest expert analysis on regulations, market drivers, cost reduction andactivity forecasts through 2013 and beyond and build a water tight business strategy Open now for a detailed methodology, contents and list of figures
  2. 2. Natural Gas Vehicle Infrastructure in North America Report 2012-13 save Develop an effective business strategy to maximize ROI in the Natural Gas Vehicle market $1,000 todayIntroduction to Natural Gas Vehicle InfrastructureGrowth in the North American Natural Gas Vehicle through its recent investment of $150 million in Clean Fuelling stations in the US(NGV) market is accelerating rapidly. Driven by high Energy Fuels, to develop 150 new LNG fuellingoil prices, environmental concerns and an abundance stations. And a host of other companies are followingof cheap, domestically produced natural gas. The suit including major utilities, fleet operators, nationalrealization that fleet operators could save over gasoline retailers, infrastructure providers and other50% on their fuel bill by switching to Natural Gas is top producers who are all investing heavily in NGVbeginning to resonate widely, leading to an ever more Infrastructure.visible chorus of leading national fleet operators, gasproducers, utilities, retailers, government agencies and If you want to ensure your business is positionedbusiness leaders who are embracing NGVs. correctly to secure your slice of this billion dollar pie, it’s critical you get up to speed fast on the keyWhat’s clear however is that for the NGV market to partnership, finance & investment, technology andreach its full potential, the development of sufficient marketing strategies you need in order to developinfrastructure to support the switch to Natural Gas profitable & sustainable NGV infrastructure. Whichis the top priority for all stakeholders involved. It’s is why we’ve created the Natural Gas Vehicleestimated that about 1,000 compressed natural gas Infrastructure in North America Report to help you(CNG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG) stations need develop an effective business strategy to maximize ROIto be built over the next few years in order to form on investment in Natural Gas Vehicle Infrastructure.a “reliable national grid” for gas-powered vehicles Whether you are a fleet owner, regulated utilityacross America’s 47,000-mile-long interstate highway company, natural gas producer, convenience storesystem. This would represent a 100% growth in the owner, infrastructure or service provider, or vehicleNGV infrastructure market, and would require several & engine manufacturer, this report contains criticalbillion dollars’ worth of investment. Companies like business information and analysis that will ensure youChesapeake Energy are already leading the charge succeed in this fast growing and exciting market. Order your copy today, visit www.ngvevent.com/markets-report For more information contact reports@fcbusinessintelligence.com
  3. 3. Natural Gas Vehicle Infrastructure in North America Report 2012-13 save Develop an effective business strategy to maximize ROI in the Natural Gas Vehicle market $1,000 todayWho needs this report?Companies: Individuals:}}Utilities – considering the extent of their investment in Natural }}Fleet / Supply Chain / Operations Managers – Tasked Gas stations, needing to learn lessons from market leaders with identifying the most efficient and greatest return on investment when fuelling their fleet. How are your}}Fleet owners – analyzing when to invest in Natural Gas who competitors using Natural Gas and why? need strategic insights on the different business models for adoption and detailed analysis of the activity of OEMs to }}Marketing / Business Development – Seeking to gain provide the vehicles to meet their needs a greater insight into the extent and composition of the Natural Gas market, understanding what the drivers and}}Energy producers – Seeking impartial analysis of the barriers to adoption are and the focus of market leaders durability of the Natural Gas market, the forecasted demand }}Analysts – Seeking independent information on the data and the regulatory hurdles behind strategic decisions of market leaders and testing}}Convenience Store / Truck Stop Owners – analyzing when the strength of the Natural Gas Vehicle market to invest in Natural Gas who need strategic insights on the different business models for adoption and detailed analysis of the activity of OEMs to provide the vehicles to meet their needs}}OEM’s and Engine Manufacturers – Seeking information on infrastructure development forecasts to understand when and where to develop specific solutions Sample images only Order your copy today, visit www.ngvevent.com/markets-report For more information contact reports@fcbusinessintelligence.com
  4. 4. Natural Gas Vehicle Infrastructure in North America Report 2012-13 save Develop an effective business strategy to maximize ROI in the Natural Gas Vehicle market $1,000 todayIndustry Reviews“The Natural Gas Vehicle Infrastructure Report 2012-13 provides an impartial critique on the challenges andopportunities evident for those considering the extent to invest in Natural Gas Vehicle Infrastructure. It is avaluable read for those seeking strategic insights into the activities of market leaders and the future of market.I would recommend this report to executives looking to optimise their ROI from NGVI infrastructure.”Frank Chapel | Apache Corp., Director, Natural Gas Transportation Fuels“The NGV Infrastructure report is a great read, but provides a considered, comprehensive analysis of the NGVlandscape in the U.S. I intend to use it as the basis of my presentations and strategy documents in the monthsand years ahead. I think it would be value for any Utility, City, or County Fleet Manager who wants to reducetheir overall fuel costs by half, improve the environment, and help America achieve energy independence.I was astounded to see how the U.S. market is developing in a global context. I would recommend it.”Pat Riley | Gibson Country Utility District, General Manager“FC Business Intelligence’s report provides an in-depth analysis of the Natural Gas Vehicle market in NorthAmerica. It includes strategic insights into the development of NGV infrastructure, lessons learnt and the stepstaken to maximize return on investment. I recommend it for organizations considering NGVs as an alternativeto their current fleet vehicles.”J. Alexander | President, Mansfield Order your copy today, visit www.ngvevent.com/markets-report For more information contact reports@fcbusinessintelligence.com
  5. 5. Natural Gas Vehicle Infrastructure in North America Report 2012-13 save Develop an effective business strategy to maximize ROI in the Natural Gas Vehicle market $1,000 todayMethodologyThe 2012-13 Natural Gas Vehicle Infrastructure report has The study is also based on an extensive review of published material, from government andutilized extensive research, experience and expertise from non-government sources, including industry press accounts, newsletters, company information,producers, suppliers and OEMs to generate a concise and web-based sources. Published and public sources are listed in the bibliography includedanalysis of the market in North America, placed within a at the end of this report, as are links to what we believe to be the most useful and authoritativeglobal context. company, government, industry, and NGO websites.A key element of this year’s report is a detailed review andanalysis of the prospects for growth in the Natural GasVehicle infrastructure. Number of executives interviewed Number of executives surveyed Number of case studiesThe focus is based on initial conversations with dozens ofindustry insiders, in 2011 and 2012, and a market surveyconducted in December 2011 to determine where the mostsignificant information gaps are. Listening carefully to theneeds of the industry players, we designed a researchmethodology to supply their information needs.Much of the most topical and insightful market intelligencehad not previously been committed to print. In order tobring this material to our readership, we’ve conductedin-depth interviews with more than 40 people in the industry,covering OEMs, natural gas producers and distributors, fleetmanagers, utilities, equipment suppliers, regulators, tradeassociations, and universities. Order your copy today, visit www.ngvevent.com/markets-report For more information contact reports@fcbusinessintelligence.com
  6. 6. Natural Gas Vehicle Infrastructure in North America Report 2012-13 save Develop an effective business strategy to maximize ROI in the Natural Gas Vehicle market $1,000 todayContentsWelcome 2. .S. NGV saturation in a U 4. arket forecast: Short-term M 6. Company case studies global context prospects for NGVs Apache CorporationIndustry reviews 2.1 Summary 4. 1 CNG vs. LNG Chesapeake EnergyAcknowledgments 4.2 Vehicle types Corporation 3. overnment policy: How it will G 4.3 Home fuelling Dillon TransportIndex of figures shape the NGV market over 4.4 mproving efficiency of I Heckmann Corporation/Encana the next 5 years CNG use CorporationIndex of tables 3.1 Policy in context 4.5 Summary Mansfield EnergyExecutive Summary 3.2 ubsidies and tax S Questar incentivesIntroduction 5. NGV infrastructure Sempra Energy 3.3 Procurement policy 5.1 GV infrastructure in the N Waste Management1. ajor drivers of NGVs: How M 3.4 CAFÉ standards durable is the market? U.S. Westport Innovations Inc 3.5 Environmental regulation 1.1 Economics 5.2 nfrastructure investments: I 3.6 Export policy when do they make sense? Forecast and growth 1.2 Emissions direction 3.7 Tax policy 5.3 ow to make stations H 1.3 Energy Independence economically viable: 3.8 Summary Industry learning 1.4 Gas Scenario company strategies 1.5 Risk factors for Natural Gas 5.4 Summary Methodology 1.6 Summary Abbreviations References Order your copy today, visit www.ngvevent.com/markets-report For more information contact reports@fcbusinessintelligence.com
  7. 7. Natural Gas Vehicle Infrastructure in North America Report 2012-13 save Develop an effective business strategy to maximize ROI in the Natural Gas Vehicle market $1,000 todayFigures TablesFigure 1: Average diesel, gasoline, and CNG Figure 11: America’s Natural Gas Highway Table 1: Reduction of pollutants fromprices, 2006-2012 CNG use as compared with reformulated Figure 12: Regional transportation corridors gasolineFigure 2: Importance NGV executives place on Figure 13: Calculating ROI for infrastructuralthe spread between NG and gasoline/diesel Table 2: Leading 10 countries for NGV investments in serviceFigure 3: Spread between diesel and NG prices, Figure 14: Standard Questar fueling stationselected U.S. urban markets (as of April 19, 2012) Table 3: CNG count, top 25 countries layout ranked numerically (includes fuelingFigure 4: Spread between gasoline and NG Figure 15: Gasoline taxes per US region station numbers)prices, selected U.S. urban markets (as of April 19,2012) Figure 16: Policies or information that could Table 4: State policy summary improve CNG investment prospectsFigure 5: Importance NGV executives place on Table 5: Expired tax incentives, 2010-energy independence, either driven by companies Figure 17: Chesapeake/GM CNG In A Box™ 2012or the government Figure 18: Dillon’s payback calculation on Table 6: Forecasted timeline of CNGFigure 6: IEA estimates of NG production, truck conversion adoption by local fleet operators and LNG1990-2035 Figure 19: Mansfield fueling receipt showing adoption by long haul operatorsFigure 7: Importance NGV executives place on customer savings on NG conversion Table 7: Summary of Comparativevehicle emissions regulations when determining Figure 20: NG prices compared with diesel and Prospects for NG vehicles as of 2012the future size of the NGVI market gasoline Table 8: Home fueling specificationsFigure 8: Importance NGV executives place on Figure 21: Breakdown of CNG price components Table 9: On-site fueling facility systemNG extraction regulations when determining the Figure 22: Benefits from Waste Management’s costsfuture size of the NGVI market fleet conversion to NG Table 10: Dillon’s ROI on fueling stationFigure 9: Summary of HD, MD and LD vehicle Figure 23: Westport leasing options investmenttypes Figure 24: Breakdown of survey respondents Table 11: Westport products (includingFigure 10: Map of CNG fueling stations in U.S.: partners and clients)(April 20, 2012) Order your copy today, visit www.ngvevent.com/markets-report For more information contact reports@fcbusinessintelligence.com
  8. 8. Natural Gas Vehicle Infrastructure in North America Report 2012-13 save Develop an effective business strategy to maximize ROI in the Natural Gas Vehicle market $1,000 todayIndustry Case Studies in the Report Include: a. Apache - is a major producer of natural gas, e. Mansfield Energy – involved in the energy business for more producing about 1 billion cubic feet of gas from than 50 years. Its traditional operations were in bulk terminal its North American operations annually. distribution of fuel, throughout North America, including Canada and all fifty states. Now focusing on being a complete fuel solutions provider. b. Chesapeake - the second-largest supplier of natural gas in the United States, and has stepped f. Questar Gas provides retail natural gas distribution services to up its policies to promote the use of CNG as a about 900,000 customers in the states of Utah, Wyoming, and transportation fuel. Idaho, and c. Dillon Transport – an early fleet adopter, who g. Sempra Energy – regulated California utilities, San Diego Gas has realized that for a truck running 100,000 Electric Co. and Southern California Gas Co., provide gas or miles, and saving $1.50 per gallon, operational electricity services to more than 20 million California consumers. cost savings amount to $30,000 per year…. h. Waste Management - currently converting its entire commercial d. Heckmann Corporation and Encana collection fleet to CNG, according to a phased- corporation supply deal - A recent deal in timetable. So far, more than 1000 of the company’s trucks have between Heckmann Water Resources (a wholly- been converted to CNG, with the most recent, 25 conversions in owned subsidiary of Heckmann Corporation) Ottawa and 100 in Vancouver. and Encana, a leading producer of natural gas, oil, and natural gas liquids, illustrates a win-win i. Westport Innovations Inc. is a Canadian company that has approach that allowed Heckmann to get access positioned itself to be the global leader in natural gas engines. to sufficient infrastructure, without building its own, and Encana to finance further infrastructural Other companies mentioned, include ATT, build-out in a cost-effective way. Clean Energy and Ryder Order your copy today, visit www.ngvevent.com/markets-report For more information contact reports@fcbusinessintelligence.com
  9. 9. Natural Gas Vehicle Infrastructure in North America Report 2012-13 save Develop an effective business strategy to maximize ROI in the Natural Gas Vehicle market $1,000 todayAbout FC Business Intelligence Your informationA business intelligence and networking company we help leading corporations define their future First Name:strategy and direction, develop growth opportunities and solve the problems facing their sectors.The engines of our business are growth and change. We focus on two types of industry. Last Name:}}Those arising from technology developments which are moving into full global commercialisation. Company:}}Those needing to change in order to respond to disruptive technologies or global events. Telephone: Email:Our aim is to provide companies with insights into strategic options for the future in order thatthey can capitalise on opportunity. Address:Report Details City:Pages: 72 Zip/Postcode:Figures Graphs: 35Release date: May 2012 Report Name:Single License: $2,995 $1,995 Quantity of reports required:Corporate License: $11,995 $10,995Order your report in less than 60 seconds Payment details Name (as it appears on the card): Click here now to order online at: www.ngvevent.com/markets-report Card Number: Or Type of Card: Just fill in this form and fax it back to us at +44 (0) 207 375 7576 Expiry Date: Call: 1800 813 3459 ext 7245 Email: reports@fcbusinessintelligence.com Security Code: Order your copy today, visit www.ngvevent.com/markets-report For more information contact reports@fcbusinessintelligence.com
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