Compressed Natural Gas

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  • Source: www.wikipedia.com
  • Source: http://tonto.eia.doe.gov/kids/energy.cfm?page=natural_gas_home-basics
  • Source: http://tonto.eia.doe.gov/kids/energy.cfm?page=natural_gas_home-basics
  • * Emissions reductions may vary by pollutant and make/model of vehicleSiource: www.cgnow.com
  • Source: www.afdc.energy.gov
  • Source: http://www.newequipment.com/303/ProductDetail/67510/303-6100/CNG_Natural_Gas_Valve_Caters_to_Vehicles_Powered_by_Alternative_Fuel.aspx
  • Source: http://www.finecontrols.co.uk/pdfs/6014ported.pdf
  • Source:http://www.norgren.com/document_resources/PDF_links/Sector%20brochures/GTG/English/en.commercial%20vehicle.pdf
  • Compressed Natural Gas

    1. 1. Compressed Natural Gas<br />Prepared by: Mary Rose V. Martinez<br />
    2. 2. What is CNG (Compressed Natural Gas)<br />It is a fuel substitute for gasoline (petrol), diesel and propane fuel<br />Where do we get CNG<br />It is drilled from the ground<br />What is the difference of CNG from LNG<br />CNG is gas stored as a gas at high pressure while Liquefied Natural Gas is in uncompressed liquid form<br />CNG has a lower cost of production and storage however it requires a much larger volume to store the same mass of gasoline or petrol and the use of very high amount of pressure (3000-4000 psi or 205-275 bar)<br />Is CNG safe<br />It is extremely safe when handled properly<br />It is less explosive than gasoline and harder to ignite<br />Overview<br />
    3. 3. CNG Market in the US<br />
    4. 4. CNG Market in the US<br />Major consumers of natural gas in the United States in 2009 included<br /><ul><li>Electric power sector – 6.9 trillion cubic feet (Tcf)
    5. 5. Industrial Sector – 6.1 Tcf
    6. 6. Residential Sector – 4.8 Tcf
    7. 7. Commercial Sector – 3.1 Tcf</li></li></ul><li>CNG Market in the US<br />
    8. 8. Powering more than ten million vehicles on the road today<br />150,000 of these are from US<br />Average growth of 3.7% per year since 2000 and with a global rate of 30.6% per year<br />About 1,100 natural gas fuel stations are to be found in the US<br />CNG costs about 40% less than gasoline, it emits up to 90% less emissions than gasoline*<br />* Emissions reductions may vary by pollutant and make/model of vehicle<br />CNG Market in the US<br />
    9. 9. CNG Distribution in the US<br />
    10. 10. Gas is distributed between and within states by 300,000 miles of transmission pipelines (see map from previous slide) <br />Most natural gas fueling stations all over the country dispense CNG which is either compressed on site of compressed off site and transported to the stations in tanks<br />CNG Distribution in the US<br />
    11. 11. There are federal incentives given to automakers to build more CNG vehicles<br />Incentives were also given to fuel retailers to encourage them to sell CNG<br />Samples:<br />For Consumers: provides an income tax credit for the purchase of new, dedicated alternative fuel vehicle of 50% of the incremental cost of the vehicle, plus an additional 30% if the vehicle meets certain tighter emission standards<br />For Fuel Retailers: Excise Tax Credit to the seller of CNG-provides for a tax credit of 50c per gasoline-gallon equivalent of CNG <br />Means to boost CNG Market in the US<br />
    12. 12. Daily prices change can be seen at www.cngprices.com<br />CNG Price on the Market<br />
    13. 13. Based on Clean Cities alternative fuel prices last January 2010. (Last report was conducted October 2010)<br /><ul><li>CNG is about 80cents less than gasoline on an energy-equivalent basis </li></ul>Average of Fuel Prices<br />
    14. 14. CNG Fueling Stations<br />1. Inlet Gas Line (from your local utility)<br />2. Inlet Dryer - used to reduce water content in the gas<br />3. Inlet Filtration - filters gas before compression<br />4. Gas Compressor - elevates inlet gas pressure from the gas utility to 5,000 psig.<br />5. Priority/Sequence Panel - allows for temperature compensation of the gas as well as directs gas flow to storage or to vehicle.<br />6. ASME Storage - stores high pressure gas to be dispensed into vehicles.<br />7. Gas Dispenser - dispenses gas into the vehicles and measures the amount transferred. <br />
    15. 15. CNG Fueling Station Locations<br />
    16. 16. Home Refueling<br />FuelMaker Corporation<br />Offers CNG home refueling appliance (Phill)<br />Can be installed inside a garage or outdoors<br />Offers automated time-fill CNG refueling at a rate of approximately 0.4 gasoline gallon equivalents per hour, appropriate for overnight refueling of commuter vehicles<br />Alternative Fueling Station <br />
    17. 17. Key market segments<br />Transit, Refuse, Airport (shuttles and taxis), Regional Trucking<br />Examples of vehicles suited for the CNG Valve include:<br />Light-duty (sedans, pick-up trucks, and SUVs)<br />Medium-duty (vans and shuttles)<br />Heavy-duty (school and transit buses, semi-trucks, waste disposal trucks, and delivery vehicles)o<br />Off-road vehicles (lawnmowers, forklifts, freight mounts, and street sweepers)<br />Usage of Solenoid Valves<br />
    18. 18. CNG Light Vehicles<br />Usage of Solenoid Valves<br />
    19. 19. CNG Bus <br />Usage of Solenoid Valves<br />
    20. 20. Actual Car<br />Usage of Solenoid Valves<br />
    21. 21. PRODUCERS:<br />ConocoPhillips (www.conocophillips.com)<br />600 North Dairy Ashford (77079-1175) PO Box 2191 Houston TX 77252-2197<br />Phone# 281-293-1000<br />BP (www.bp.com)<br />[Anchorage Office] Address: BP Exploration (Alaska), Inc. 900 East Benson Boulevard Anchorage AK 99508-4254 / Phone#: +1 907-561-5111<br />[Chicago Office] Address: 28100 Torch Parkway Warrenville IL 60555 / Phone#: +1 630-836-5000<br />[Houston Office] Address: 501 Westlake Park Boulevard Houston Texas 77079 / Phone#: +1 281-366-20000<br />[La Palma Office] Address: 4 Centerpointe Drive La Palma California 90623<br />Major Companies involved in CNG Usage <br />
    22. 22. PRODUCERS:<br />Anadarko (www.anadarko.com) <br />[Corporate Office] 1201 Lake Robins Drive The Woodlands, Texas 77380<br />Phone#: 832-636-1000<br />Chevron (www.chevron.com)<br />[HQ] 6001 Bollinger Canyon Road San Ramon, CA 95483<br />Phone#: +1 925-842-1000<br />Devon Energy (www.devonenergy.com)<br />[Corporate HQ] 20 North Broadway Oklahoma City, OK 73102-8260<br />Phone#: 405-235-3611<br />Fax#: 405-552-4550<br />Major Companies involved in CNG Usage <br />
    23. 23. PRODUCERS:<br />Chesapeake Energy (www.chk.com) <br />PO Box 18496 Oklahoma City OK 73154-0496<br />Phone#: 405-935-8000<br />Shell Oil Company (www.shell.us) <br />P.O. Box 2463, Houston, TX 77252<br />Major Companies involved in CNG Usage <br />
    24. 24. CAR MANUFACTURERS:<br />GM/Opel Chevrolet Ford Mercedes<br />Volkswagen Fiat Citroen Hyundai<br />Renault Peugeot Tata Mitsubishi<br />Toyota Honda Nissan Isuzu <br />Skoda Volvo GeelyLifan<br />Major Companies involved in CNG Usage <br />
    25. 25. Parker (www.parker.com) <br />Fluid Control Division<br />Major Valve Companies<br /><ul><li> A high-pressure, high-flow, low-leakage valve for CNG-powered transportation.
    26. 26. The CNG Natural Gas Valve is designed for integration into compressed natural gas fuel dispensing systems with single- and multi-tank applications. Switching to CNG allows the ability to meet low emission standards.</li></li></ul><li>Burkert<br />Modular direct acting solenoid valve system with brass body. For neutral gases and liquids such as compressed air, natural gas, water, hydraulic oil, Technical vacuum.• Port size 1/8” - 1/4”• Pressure range 0-10 bar• Body material Brass + st/st• Seal material FPM <br />Major Valve Companies<br />
    27. 27. Norgren<br />For Coaches and Buses<br />Major Valve Corporation<br />
    28. 28. Prakash Industries (India)<br />Major Valve Companies<br />They offer high pressure CNG solenoid valves that are made using utmost grades of raw materials, due to which these solenoid valves possess the qualities of high corrosion resistance and efficacious performance. Used in assortment of industries, this low pressure CNG solenoid valve is highly demanded for its long life as well as dimensional accuracy. We are considered as one of the famed high pressure CNG solenoid valves suppliers from India. Additionally, we ensure easy availability at the most affordable prices.<br />
    29. 29. Thank You.<br />

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