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1 Natural Gas Vehicles: An American Energy, Economic, and Environmental Answer WV Public Energy Authority May, 2012 Philip Pfister

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5 CNG vs. Gasoline molecule structure CNG vs. Gasoline

6 How Much Do We Really Have?

7 Global Competition Increasing 2009 to 2015E CHINA 2.2 up to 10.1 Bbl/Person INDIA 0.9 up to 5.4 Bbl/Person Source: US Energy Information Administration, Annual Energy Review 2009 Chinese vehicle ownership per capita is equal to where the U.S. was in 1919.

8 Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) – The Energy Answer! 1Argentina 1,650,000 (12%)1,4001,180 2Pakistan 1,550,000 (54%)1, Brazil 1,425,513 (26%)1, Italy 432,900 (12%) India 334,820 (34%)3211,043 6Iran 263,662 (82%)1791,472 7Colombia 203,292 (65%) USA 146,876 (9%)1, China 127,120 (24%) Ukraine 100,000 (33%) STATIONSCNG VEHICLES (Annual Growth Rates ) NGVs / STATION Growing Markets: Germany, Sweden, Japan

9 America on the Bottle U.S. consumes 25% of the worlds petroleum By 2020, the IEA predicts oil consumption will increase 60% To keep pace with demand, OPEC must add 64 million barrels of production per day for the next 22 years: – This growth will require $350 billion per year on new projects. – OPEC only spent $390 billion on new projects from

10 MOU signed by Multiple Governors Governors sign Memorandum of Understanding on November 9, 2011 to convert their states transportation fleets to CNG. Oklahoma, Colorado, Wyoming, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Utah, Maine, New Mexico Goal is to create a critical mass of fleet vehicle purchases to entice auto makers to manufacture more affordable NGVs. Total fleet between states of more than 30,000 vehicles Continued efforts will be made to bring other Governors into the MOU

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17 Americas Natural Gas Highway – December 2012 Projected Source: Clean Energy Fuels Corporation

18 Natural Gas – Transportation The Case for Transportation

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21 NW 23 rd and Santa Fe - OKC

22 Price Stability Example INPUTCOST Natural Gas (divide by 8)$0.50 Transport Costs & Fees$0.20 Electricity Costs per GGE$0.10 Maintenance per GGE$0.20 Federal and State Taxes$0.50 Fuel Card Fees per GGE$0.05 Retailer Profit Margin$0.40 CNG at the Pump$1.95 Natural $4.00 per MCF Natural $8.00 per MCF INPUTCOST Natural Gas (divide by 7.2)$1.00 Transport Costs & Fees$0.20 Electricity Costs per GGE$0.10 Maintenance per GGE$0.20 Federal and State Taxes$0.50 Fuel Card Fees per GGE$0.05 Retailer Profit Margin$0.40 CNG at the Pump$2.45

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25 Reference cngnow.com ngvamerica.org ngvi.com csa-america.org epa.gov arb.ca.gov altecheco.com/index.htm baftechnologies.com/ impcoautomotive.com autogasamerica.com natgascar.com

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