2Consumption of natural gas as motor fuel World consumption of natural gas as motor fuel has increased ~7 times in last 10 years (from 5,4 bln of cm in 2003 г. to 37 bln cm in 2012)*Gazprom Gaseous Fuels LLC analysis
3Natural gas as motor fuel in Russian Federation Russian Federation has 246 NGV stations (210 owned by Gazprom) with ~400 mln of cm of natural gas sold in 2012Gazprom plans to increase volumes of natural gas used as motor fuel up to 10,4 bln m3 as CNG and 3,8 mln tons as LNG till 2020.
4Natural gas as motor fuel in Russian Federation Max power: 8300 kWFuel: LNG, 46 m3 tank, 17 tonsAutonomy: ~750 km.World record In 2011 by transporting tons
5Natural gas as motor fuel in Russian Federation Power: 882 kWFuel: LNG, 4.3 tMax power: 8300 kWFuel: LNG, 20 tons
6Natural gas as motor fuel in Russian Federation 15 April 1988 World Fist LNG Plane
7Natural gas as motor fuel in Europe Light Duty Vehicle (LD)Turkey1.850 LD2.000 HDHeavy Duty Vehicle (HD)RussiaLDHDBelarus4.600 LDUkraineLDHDPoland3.000 LD350 HDGermanyLD1.650 HDFranceLD3.500 HDSpain900 LD2.800 HDNorway350 LD520 HDSwedenLD2.500 HDMoldova2.200 LDArmeniaLDHDSwitzerland8.200 LD3,000 HDCzech Rep.5.000 LD450 HDNetherlands5.650 LD1,100 HDAustria7,500 LD215 HDSlovac Rep.400 HDItalyLDBelgium480 LD20 HDUK50 LD650 HDFinland1,150 LD85 HDBulgaria61,000 LD270 HDSource: NGVA Europe,>5 000 –1 000 – 5 000< 1 0001,85 M NGVs in Europe1,1 M NGVs in the EU/EFTA3 500 refuelling stations
8Gazprom‘s position today OAO Gazprom with 200+ CNG stations in RussiaLegislative changes to promote natural gas as motor fuel just introduced and extension of CNG refuelling infrastructure startedDevelopment of LNG production and retail infrastructure in progressEuropean Gazprom companies extending CNG presence in Germany and the Czech Republic from 28 to >40 CNG stations by end of 2014Gazprom export & European Gazprom companies developing LNG for European road and maritime transportActive communication, education and stakeholder management at national, European and international level
9From regional market development towards European strategy
112012 – Proof of feasibility of LNG-fuelled buses in 6 Polish cities together with Solbus 2 Solbus Solcity LNG buses in operation on regular lines of public transport inTorun ( )Gdynia ( )Olsztyn (30.04.– )Warsaw ( )Katowice ( )Krakow ( )GAZPROM Germania provided the mobile LNG refueling stationStep from theory to practice: customers see, feel and experience the benefits of LNG-fuelled buses
12October 2013: launch OF Europe’s first 11 LNG city buses in the Polish city of Olsztyn Public tender for serving bus routes in Olsztyn won in March 2013Cooperation between GPG (fuel supply and LNG station), Solbus (LNG buses) and KDD Dariusz Gackowski (operator of bus routes)11 x 12m solo LNG buses up to later 50 LNG buses by 2016/2017Operations 7 days per week / km per bus p.a.Since Oct 2013: refueling by GPG’s mobile LNG stationImplementation of fixed station started 03/2014From Nov 2014: refueling by fixed station
13January 2015: launch OF 35 LNG city buses in the Polish CITY OF Warsaw Public tender for 35 LNG-buses and LNG fuel deliveries to municipal transport company of Warsaw (MZA) won in November 2013, contract signed in December 2013Cooperation between GPG (fuel supply and LNG station), Solbus (LNG bus producer) and Lider Trading (Solbus dealer as face o the client)35 x 18m articulated LNG buses up to later 200 LNG buses by 2016/2017Operations 7 days per week / km per bus p.a.From Jan 2015: refueling by mobile LNG stationFrom Jun 2015: refueling by fixed stationPossible LCNG- addon for 30 CNG buses (subject to further tender)
14Outlook: LNG goes maritime Sulphur Emission Control Areas (SECA) force maritime transport in the Baltic and North Sea to become cleaner from onwardsCompetition will be between Marine Gasoil (MGO) and LNG – no other serious option availableGazprom group companies positioning LNG as fuel of choice to comply with new environmental norms with ports and ship operatorsObjective: make LNG available for bunkering and on-shore transport demand
16NGV Rally ‘Blue Corridor – 2014’ Gazprom export and E.ON Global Commodities agreed the dates and route of our joint traditional branded European event ‘Blue Corridor-2014’.This will be the 8th edition of the NGV Rally to promote the best available transportation fuel natural gas and its derivatives.As agreed earlier we will have a series of NGV related events in Russia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, Austria and Italy.Flag-off ceremony will be held on October the 7th, 2014 within the first day of the Saint-Petersburg International Gas Forum.We will also have a key event in Nuremberg, Germany on October the 20th, 2014.The end of the Rally is linked to the 3rd Eurasian Forum Innovations and International Integration in Verona, Italy on October the 23rd, 2014.We very much hope that you will be interested in participating and helping to prepare the Blue Corridor-2014 NGV Rally and will appreciate your agreement to assume the role of national coordinator at the territory of your country.
17NGV Rally ‘Blue Corridor – 2014’ Total length = kmMeeting ItalianNGV IndustrySt. PetersburgTallinnRigaVilniusWarsawPragueNurnbergMilanoVeronaInnsbruckInternational Gas Forum (IGF), 7-10 October, 20143rd Eurasian Forum Innovations and International Integration (III) 23 – 24 October 2014ThuFriMonWedFriMonWedThuTue370 km310 km300 km480 km700 km340 km360 km160 kmRussia,Estonia,Latvia,Lithuania,Poland,Czech Rep.,Germany,Austria,Italy