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Utility and the NGV Market Phil Baker Director, Commercial & Industrial Markets Southern California Gas Company October 9, 2006.

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1 Utility and the NGV Market Phil Baker Director, Commercial & Industrial Markets Southern California Gas Company October 9, 2006

2 2 Southern California Gas Company and San Diego Gas & Electric Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas) San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) Combined Gas Operations Service Territory 27,000 sq. miles Customers 5.8 million Pipelines Mains 55,000 miles Service 44,000 miles Underground Storage Capacity 122 Bcf Annual Throughput 1 Tcf Combined Gas Operations Service Territory 27,000 sq. miles Customers 5.8 million Pipelines Mains 55,000 miles Service 44,000 miles Underground Storage Capacity 122 Bcf Annual Throughput 1 Tcf

3 3 NGV Market in Southern California Key markets deploying natural gas vehicles include – Transit and school buses – Refuse haulers & street sweepers – Airport Fleets (taxis, shuttles) – Municipal Fleets Key drivers for the NGV market include – SCAQMD and CARB Fleet Rules – High cost of petroleum – Favorable federal, state and local grant funding and tax treatment

4 4 NGV Market in Southern California Load Growth – From 2000 to 2005, NGV fuel use has grown 128% to more than 7 Bcf annually. – At the end of 2005 there were 213 CNG fueling stations – Approximately 20,000 CNG vehicles – New tariff issued for home NGV refueling – Annual throughput expected to increase to 10 Bcf by 2015

5 5 Existing public station Infrastructure in Southern California There are almost 70 public access stations located throughout Southern California. Maps of CNG stations are available from several sources: – CNGVC map booklets – Internet sites such as or – SoCalGas and SDG&E one page maps

6 6 What customer resources are available? NGV Account Executives and Staff routinely answer questions regarding: Grant funding from local, state, and federal sources Regulations ( local, state, and federal ) Third party station builders, operators, and other vendors Training courses subsidized by SoCalGas and SDG&E Vehicle manufacturers RD&D opportunities

7 7 Who should I contact? – Feel free to contact GAS-2000 and request information on the Low Emission Vehicle (LEV) Program. The call center will re-direct your call. – Or, feel free to contact SoCalGas and SDG&E directly: Edwin Harte LEV Program Manager (213)


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