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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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 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
Very Aggressive Goal!
Fleet Target Emission Reduction & Incremental Cost Estimates
☨ Accounts for all incremental costs over the life of the Program
() Operating CNG Station
(223,000+ GGE since 1998)
() PECO Donated Twin Unit (Storage)
2006-No Longer Manufactured
2007-same emission limits for diesel and CNG
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!
PHL’s CFP…to be continued…
Thank You for Your Attention!
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