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Clean Fuels Objectives at Philadelphia International Airport. 9th Wordwide in 2005 Operations. 31.5 Million Passengers-2nd in Growth Worldwide. Philadelphia Diesel Difference Meeting May 15, 2006 Fred Cummings, Airport Planner Planning and Environmental Stewardship

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Clean fuels objectives at philadelphia international airport

Clean Fuels ObjectivesatPhiladelphia International Airport

9th Wordwide in 2005 Operations

31.5 Million Passengers-2nd in Growth Worldwide

Philadelphia Diesel Difference Meeting

May 15, 2006

Fred Cummings, Airport Planner

Planning and Environmental Stewardship

City of Philadelphia - Division of Aviation

Our Clean Fuel Program primary goal is to reduce mobile vehicle emissions at the Airport, in order to help the region meet air-quality standards and improve air quality for the future. Our secondary goal is to reduce dependency on foreign produced petroleum products.


Phl transportation vehicles

Planes

Trains

Automobiles

(and more...)

PHL Transportation Vehicles


Planes

Planes

  • Aircraft

    • Fed Gov-Authority to Regulate Emissions (CAA)

    • Onsite Emissions (Movements & Parked)

    • Cleaner Aircraft Engines(NOx & PM)

      • NASA Goal-60-70% NOx Reduction 2007

      • PM Tests Ongoing-NASA APEX Team

  • PHL Infrastructure

    • Gate Electrification (PHL-74%)

      • Aircraft “Idle Reduction”

      • Jet APU to Gate APU

      • Ground APU to Gate APU

    • Pre-Conditioned Air Units (PHL-50%)

    • 17-35 Ext EIS-Reduces emissions

    • CEP EIS-Ongoing (FAA)

    • Common GSE Fuel Station (Future)


Clean fuels objectives at philadelphia international airport

Trains

  • Airport Inter-Modal (APM)

  • Could Replace Shuttles

  • Long Term Study/Planning

  • Cost/Benefit Analysis

  • SFO AirTrain $430 Million 

  • SEPTA R-1 Airport Regional Line

PHL 1 of 5 Top 20 Airports with service

Annual Miles: 541,841 (2004)

Annual Avg Passengers: 1,000,000+

20 Years: 20,000,000 Passengers (2005)

Benefits-Reduced emissions & petroleum usage


Phl clean fuel project cfp

PHL Clean Fuel Project (CFP)

  • Goals

    • Voluntary NOx Reductions

    • Convert Fleet to AFV (CNG)

    • Reduce Petroleum Usage

  • Fleet Evaluation

    • Tier 1 Fleet

    • Tier 2 Fleet

    • Tier 3 Fleet

  • CNG Station Plan

    • Phase 1-Relocation

    • Phase 2-3rd Party DBOM?

    • Master Plan Coordination (ALP)

http://www.eere.energy.gov/cleancities/pdfs/phl_afv_strategy_plan.pdf


Cfp cng fleet evaluation

Very Aggressive Goal!

CFP CNG Fleet Evaluation

Fleet Target Emission Reduction & Incremental Cost Estimates

(2010)

(2014)

(long-term)

☨ Accounts for all incremental costs over the life of the Program


Cfp vehicles

CFP Vehicles

  • Tier 1 Vehicles

    • PHL Fleet-LDVs (116)

    • PHL-Sweepers (8 Diesel)

    • Parking Shuttle Buses (25)

  • Tier 3 Vehicles

    • Private Parking Shuttles (70)

    • Hotel Shuttles (40)

    • Taxis (40)

  • Tier 2 Vehicles

    • PHL Fleet (MDV & HDV)

    • PHL-Trucks, Mowers, Emergency

    • PHL-Diesel Fleet (88)

    • Rental Car Shuttle Buses (70)

  • Other Vehicles

    • Airside Service Trucks (200)


Cng station planning phase 1

CNG Station Planning-Phase 1

  • (2) Existing CNG Stations

    • (1) PHL Operating ()

    • (1) Twin Unit in Storage ()

    • Capacity

      • 1 GGE/min x 2 (Slow Fill)

      • 56 GGE Storage x 2 (Fast Fill)

  • Relocation to Island Ave Site

    • Design complete

    • FAA NEPA process review complete

  • Present CNG Fleet Serviced

    • (15) PHL (Ford*)

    • (7) PWD (Ford*)

    • Self-Service

() Operating CNG Station

(223,000+ GGE since 1998)

  • Future Fleet?

    • (+10) LDVs

    • (+8) Shuttle Buses

() PECO Donated Twin Unit (Storage)


Cng fleet evaluation

12/31/03

CNG Fleet Evaluation

  • PHL Present Fleet

    • 15 LDVs (1998 & 1999 Ford* Models)

    • Low Mileage-Low Gallons

    • LDV Gas & Diesel Trucks-Balance

    • Replace with CNG? (OFM Procurement)

2006-No Longer Manufactured


Beyond cng

Beyond CNG

  • PHL New Hybrid Fleet

  • Fleets Review

  • Clean Diesel Fuel Options

2007-same emission limits for diesel and CNG


Hybrid fleet

Hybrid Fleet

  • PHL New Fleet

    • (6) Ford* Hybrid Electric Vehicles-2006

    • Future - Gasoline Vehicle replacements (The trend)

    • OFM Procurement

  • PHL Gasoline Infrastructure (no changes)

    • (1) Fueling Island

    • 102,000 Gals per year (less w/Hybrids)

    • Self-Service

    • Authorized Vehicles Only (OFM FUMES)


Clean diesel phl fleet

Clean Diesel – PHL Fleet

  • Diesel-Present Fleet

    • 149 Diesel Vehicles

    • Low Mileage-Low Gallons

    • Mowers, Trucks

    • Snow Removal

    • Emergency Trucks

    • OFM Procurement

  • PHL Infrastructure (Support)

    • (1) Fueling Island

    • 70,000 Gals per year

    • Self-Service

    • Authorized Vehicles Only (OFM FUMES)


Clean diesel fleets of interest

Clean Diesel – Fleets of Interest

  • PHL Parking Shuttle Buses

    • Economy Parking (5,600 Spaces)

    • Employee Parking (2,648+ Spaces)

    • 1.4+ Mil Miles & 360+K Gals per year

    • ULSD Required by 2005 Contract

    • PM and NOx Reductions-ULSD Engine

  • US Airways Shuttle Buses

    • Fleet-13 Vehicles - Built 2001

    • Airside-Terminal A to F

    • Airside-Terminal C to F

    • 100,000+ Miles per year

    • Retrofits-none presently

  • PHL Rental Car Shuttle Buses

    • Arrivals/Departures Road

    • 3.8+ Mil Miles & 1 Mil Gals per year

    • Fleet Consolidation-Recent Survey

      • Diesel/CNG/Hybrids Options

      • 75 down to 30 Vehicles

      • NOx 43% - 62% Reduction

      • PM2.5 57% - 72% Reduction


Other fleets of interest

Other Fleets of Interest

  • UPS

    • PHL-144 Ground Fleet

    • Air Hub-Local Deliveries

    • Retrofits?-PDD Corporate Letter

    • Hybrids-Other Locations

    • CNG-Other Locations

    • Company Anti-Idling Policy

  • SEPTA Buses

    • Hybrids Now-Some on Routes 37 & 108

    • Retrofit Program


Clean diesel fuels of interest

Source: www.wnbiodiesel.com*

National Promotor

-70%

Source: www.o2diesel.com*

Clean Diesel - Fuels of Interest

  • ULSD (at PHL now)

    • OFM-Initially by Sunoco Settlement

    • NOx Reduction-none w/o devices

    • PM Reduction (-8%)

  • Biodiesel (B5,B10,B20,B100)

    • OFM Contract Coordination

    • PA Dauphin County plant-1st in PA

    • PennSecurity Fuels Initiative (new)

    • NOx Increase (+2% to +4%?)

    • PM Reduction (-18%)

    • %Blend = % less Petroleum

  • O2Diesel™(Ethanol/Diesel blend)

    • OFM Contract Coordination

    • Infrastructure Prep/Certification

    • Vehicle Prep/Devices needed (CARB)

    • Dedicated Delivery Truck/Tank

    • NOx Reduction (-1.8% to -6%)

    • PM Reduction (-20% to -46%)

    • Approx 8% less Petroleum

    • Biodiesel Compatible


Future cleaner diesel fuel

NEWARK, DE, Apr 07, 2006 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX News Network) -- O2Diesel Corporation (AMEX: OTD) a pioneer in clean burning ethanol diesel fuel blends announced today that it is now under contract to develop a new cleaner burning alternative diesel fuel for the U.S. Department of Defense. This new fuel will help to comply with Executive Order 13149 which requires federal agencies with fleets of 20 or more light, medium, and heavy-duty on-road vehicles in metropolitan areas to reduce their petroleum consumption by 20%.

The fuel will be composed of at least 20% renewable sources including the company's patented and proprietary natural oil based solubilizing additive -- O2D05. This fuel, when finalized, will help the Department of Defense (DoD) facilities meet local air quality requirements and strengthen its commitment to reducing the USA's dependency on foreign oil imports…

“…in the near future…”

Could meet both goals!

Future Cleaner Diesel Fuel ?

Source: www.o2diesel.com*


Clean fuels objectives at philadelphia international airport

http://www.phl.org/

PHL’s CFP…to be continued…

Thank You for Your Attention!

*Presentation for general information only and does not endorse any vendor or product contained herein.


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