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Natural gas vehicles the west virginia experience then and now 1991 2012
Natural Gas VehiclesThe West Virginia Experience Then and Now1991 --- 2012


The differences then and now
THE DIFFERENCES: THEN AND NOW

THEN

NOW

WV UTILITY PARTICIPATION

NO DIRECT PARTICIPATION

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FUNDING—

3. WV STATE PARTICIPATION

SIZEABLE TAX CREDITS

4. PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION

CHESEPEAKE ENERGY

5. FUEL PRICING $3.95+/GALLON

6. NATURAL GAS ECONOMICS—

ABUNDANT SUPPLY/PRICE CERTAINITY

7. TECHNOLOGY

  • * WV UTILITY PARTICIPATION

    DIRECT PARTICIPATION--A STATION DEVELOPMENT MODEL

  • FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FUNDING--

    1989 -- $18 BILLION FOR VEHICLES ETC

  • WV STATE PARTICIPATION

    VEHICLE SUPPORT & TAX CREDITS

  • PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION

    “WV NATURAL GAS VEHICLE COALITION”

  • FUEL PRICING $2.20+/GALLON

  • NATURAL GAS ECONOMICS

    ADEQUATE SUPPLY/PRICE UNCERTAINITY

  • TECHNOLOGY


Ngv initiative then
NGV INITIATIVE--THEN

  • GOVERNOR CAPERTON INITIATED NGV EFFORT

    PSC ORDER

    ALLOWED 4 WV GAS UTILITIES TO

    UTILIZE ACCELERATED DEPRECIATION ON APPROXIMATELY $12.OM FOR NGV INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT


Ngv initiative then1
NGV INITIATIVE--THEN

  • UTILITY INVOLVEMENT

    4 of 17 WV Utilities *

    WV Power

    Equitable Gas

    Hope Gas

    Mountaineer Gas


Ngv initiative then2
NGV INITIATIVE--THEN

  • UTILITY INVOLVEMENT

    Approximately

    WV Power $ 1.0m

    Equitable Gas $ 2.0m

    Hope Gas $ 3.0m

    Mountaineer Gas $ 6.0m

    TOTAL $12.0M


Ngv initiative then3
NGV INITIATIVE--THEN

  • UTILITY INVOLVEMENT

    STATION DEVELOPMENT

    WV Power Glen Jean—National Park

    Equitable Gas Clarksburg City Plant

    Hope Gas Parkersburg (3)* Flatwoods

    Mountaineer Gas Multiple Stations *


Ngv initiative then4
NGV INITIATIVE--THEN

ENERGY CORPORATION OF AMERICA

AND

  • HOPE GAS –Parkersburg Mall * and Wood County Schools *

    2. MOUNTAINEER GAS – Charleston (2) – Kanawha City & KRT

    Beckley (Harper Road)

    Nitro ( @BELL ATLANTIC)

    Wheeling (National Road)

    Martinsburg (@ Conversion Facility)

  • INDEPENDENT STATIONS -- Glenville and Buckhannon


The differences then and now1
THE DIFFERENCES: THEN AND NOW

THEN

NOW

WV UTILITY PARTICIPATION

NO DIRECT PARTICIPATION

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT--

3. WV STATE PARTICIPATION

SIZEABLE TAX CREDITS

4. PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION

CHESEPEAKE ENERGY

5. FUEL PRICING $3.95+/GALLON

6. NATURAL GAS ECONOMICS—

ABUNDANT SUPPLY/PRICE CERTAINITY

7. TECHNOLOGY

  • WV UTILITY PARTICIPATION

    DIRECT PARTICIPATION--A STATION DEVELOPMENT MODEL

  • FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FUNDING--

    1989 -- $18 BILLION FOR VEHICLES ETC

    3. WV STATE PARTICIPATION

    VEHICLE SUPPORT & TAX CREDITS

    4. PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION

    “WV NATURAL GAS VEHICLE COALITION”

    5. FUEL PRICING $2.20+/GALLON

    6. NATURAL GAS ECONOMICS

    ADEQUATE SUPPLY/PRICE UNCERTAINITY

    7. TECHNOLOGY


The differences then and now2
THE DIFFERENCES: THEN AND NOW

THEN

NOW

WV UTILITY PARTICIPATION

NO DIRECT PARTICIPATION

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FUNDING—

3. WV STATE PARTICIPATION

SIZEABLE TAX CREDITS

4. PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION

CHESEPEAKE ENERGY

5. FUEL PRICING $3.95+/GALLON

6. NATURAL GAS ECONOMICS—

ABUNDANT SUPPLY/PRICE CERTAINITY

7. TECHNOLOGY

  • WV UTILITY PARTICIPATION

    DIRECT PARTICIPATION--A STATION DEVELOPMENT MODEL

  • FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FUNDING--

    1989 -- $18 BILLION FOR VEHICLES ETC

    3. *WV STATE PARTICIPATION

    VEHICLE SUPPORT & TAX CREDITS

    4. PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION

    “WV NATURAL GAS VEHICLE COALITION”

    5. FUEL PRICING $2.20+/GALLON

    6. NATURAL GAS ECONOMICS

    ADEQUATE SUPPLY/PRICE UNCERTAINITY

    7. TECHNOLOGY


State participation then and now
STATE PARTICIPATION THEN AND NOW

VEHICLE TAX CREDITS

SIZEABLE TAX CREDITS

Senate Bill 465

Home Refueling

_ $10,000 /50%

Station Tax Credit--$312,500

Public Use (otherwise $200,000)

Vehicle Credit—

More than 26,000 GVW

$25,500/35%

Less than 26,000 GVW

$7,500 /35%

  • Station Tax Credit—None

  • State Vehicle Purchases

    • State Law Passed

  • Vehicle Purchase/Conversion Tax Credit

    • Credit = Incremental Cost of CNG Equipment

    • Spread Over 3 Years


The differences then and now3
THE DIFFERENCES: THEN AND NOW

THEN

NOW

WV UTILITY PARTICIPATION

NO DIRECT PARTICIPATION

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FUNDING—

3. WV STATE PARTICIPATION

SIZEABLE TAX CREDITS

4. PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION

CHESEPEAKE ENERGY

5. FUEL PRICING $3.95+/GALLON

6. NATURAL GAS ECONOMICS—

ABUNDANT SUPPLY/PRICE CERTAINITY

7. TECHNOLOGY

  • WV UTILITY PARTICIPATION

    DIRECT PARTICIPATION--A STATION DEVELOPMENT MODEL

    2. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FUNDING-- 1989 -- $18 BILLION FOR VEHICLES ETC

    3. WV STATE PARTICIPATION

    VEHICLE SUPPORT & TAX CREDITS

    4. * PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION

    “WV NATURAL GAS VEHICLE COALITION”

    5. FUEL PRICING $2.20+/GALLON

    6. NATURAL GAS ECONOMICS

    ADEQUATE SUPPLY/PRICE UNCERTAINITY

    7. TECHNOLOGY


Private sector participation then and now
PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATIONTHEN AND NOW

  • “WEST VIRGINIA NATURAL GAS VEHICLE COALITION”

    • 501-3c Not For Profit

  • OEM VEHICLES

    • STOPPED PRODUCTION

  • CHESEPEAKE ENERGY

    • Fueling Initiative

  • OEM VEHICLES

  • Charleston Area Alliance “Kanawha Converts”

    • Conversion Center

    • KRT Fueling Site


The differences then and now4
THE DIFFERENCES: THEN AND NOW

THEN

NOW

WV UTILITY PARTICIPATION

NO DIRECT PARTICIPATION

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FUNDING—

3. WV STATE PARTICIPATION

SIZEABLE TAX CREDITS

4. PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION

CHESEPEAKE ENERGY

5. FUEL PRICING $3.95+/GALLON

6. NATURAL GAS ECONOMICS—

ABUNDANT SUPPLY/PRICE CERTAINITY

7. TECHNOLOGY

  • WV UTILITY PARTICIPATION

    DIRECT PARTICIPATION--A STATION DEVELOPMENT MODEL

  • FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FUNDING--

    1989 -- $18 BILLION FOR VEHICLES ETC

    3. WV STATE PARTICIPATION

    VEHICLE SUPPORT & TAX CREDITS

    4. PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION

    “WV NATURAL GAS VEHICLE COALITION”

    5. * FUEL PRICING $2.20+/GALLON

    6. NATURAL GAS ECONOMICS

    ADEQUATE SUPPLY/PRICE UNCERTAINITY

    7. TECHNOLOGY


Fuel pricing then and now
FUEL PRICING THEN AND NOW

THEN

NOW

Regular Gas = $3.95 per gal

Summer 2012 Estimated Cost =

$3.95 to $4.40 per gal

CALIFORNIA = $4.45 per GALI

  • Regular Gas = $2.20 per gal

  • Gasoline Price Decline


The differences then and now5
THE DIFFERENCES: THEN AND NOW

THEN

NOW

WV UTILITY PARTICIPATION

NO DIRECT PARTICIPATION

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FUNDING—

3. WV STATE PARTICIPATION

SIZEABLE TAX CREDITS

4. PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION

CHESEPEAKE ENERGY

5. FUEL PRICING $3.60+/GALLON

6. NATURAL GAS ECONOMICS—

ABUNDANT SUPPLY/PRICE CERTAINITY

7. TECHNOLOGY

  • WV UTILITY PARTICIPATION

    DIRECT PARTICIPATION--A STATION DEVELOPMENT MODEL

  • FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FUNDING--

    1989 -- $18 BILLION FOR VEHICLES ETC

    3. WV STATE PARTICIPATION

    VEHICLE SUPPORT & TAX CREDITS

    4. PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION

    “WV NATURAL GAS VEHICLE COALITION”

    5. FUEL PRICING $2.20+/GALLON

    6. * NATURAL GAS ECONOMICS

    ADEQUATE SUPPLY/PRICE UNCERTAINITY

    7. TECHNOLOGY


Natural gas economics
NATURAL GAS ECONOMICS

ADEQUATE SUPPLY/PRICE UNCERTAINITY

ABUNDANT SUPPLY/PRICE CERTAINITY

UNCONVENTIONAL GAS

SUPPLIES

HORIZONTAL DRILLING

SHALE GAS

BARNETT

HAYNESVILLE

FAYETTEVILLE

MARCELLUS

UTICA

CONVENTIONAL GAS SUPPLY

VERTICLE DRILLILNG

ONSHORE TEXAS

GULF OF MEXICO


Natural gas economics historical natural gas prices jan 1995 sep 2012 nymex prices
NATURAL GAS ECONOMICSHISTORICAL NATURAL GAS PRICES JAN 1995 -- SEP 2012NYMEX PRICES



The differences then and now6
THE DIFFERENCES: THEN AND NOW

THEN

NOW

WV UTILITY PARTICIPATION

NO DIRECT PARTICIPATION

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FUNDING—

3. WV STATE PARTICIPATION

SIZEABLE TAX CREDITS

4. PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION

CHESEPEAKE ENERGY

5. FUEL PRICING $3.95+/GALLON

6. NATURAL GAS ECONOMICS—

ABUNDANT SUPPLY/PRICE CERTAINITY

7. TECHNOLOGY

  • WV UTILITY PARTICIPATION

    DIRECT PARTICIPATION--A STATION DEVELOPMENT MODEL

  • FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FUNDING-- 1989 -- $18 BILLION FOR VEHICLES ETC

    3. WV STATE PARTICIPATION

    VEHICLE SUPPORT & TAX CREDITS

    4. PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION

    “WV NATURAL GAS VEHICLE COALITION”

    5. FUEL PRICING $2.20+/GALLON

    6. NATURAL GAS ECONOMICS

    ADEQUATE SUPPLY/PRICE UNCERTAINITY

    7. * TECHNOLOGY


Technology then and now
TECHNOLOGYTHEN AND NOW

STATION EXPERIENCE

STATION EXPERIENCE

VEHICLE EQUIPMENT

SIGNIFICANT OEM VEHICLES

FUEL INJECTION SYSTEMS

CONVERSION COST

$4,000 TO $9,000

STATION EQUIPMENT

COMPRESSORS

CONTROL SYSTEMS

DISPENSERS

  • VEHICLE EQUIPMENT

    • LIMITED OEM VEHICLES

    • CARBURETION SYSTEMS

  • CONVERSION COST

    • $2,500 TO $5,000

  • STATION EQUIPMENT

    • COMPRESSORS

    • CONTROL SYSTEMS

    • DISPENSERS


Technology then and now1
TECHNOLOGYTHEN AND NOW

STATION EXPERIENCE

STATION EXPERIENCE

VEHICLE EQUIPMENT

STATION EQUIPMENT

COMPRESSORS

CONTROL SYSTEMS

DISPENSERS

  • VEHICLE EQUIPMENT

  • STATION EQUIPMENT

    • COMPRESSORS

    • CONTROL SYSTEMS

    • DISPENSERS


Technology then and now2
TECHNOLOGYTHEN AND NOW

STATION EXPERIENCE

STATION EXPERIENCE

VEHICLE EQUIPMENT

STATION EQUIPMENT

COMPRESSORS

CONTROL SYSTEMS

DISPENSERS

  • VEHICLE EQUIPMENT

  • STATION EQUIPMENT

    • COMPRESSORS

    • CONTROL SYSTEMS

    • DISPENSERS


Technology then and now3
TECHNOLOGYTHEN AND NOW

STATION EXPERIENCE

STATION EXPERIENCE

VEHICLE EQUIPMENT

STATION EQUIPMENT

COMPRESSORS

CONTROL SYSTEMS

DISPENSERS

  • VEHICLE EQUIPMENT

  • STATION EQUIPMENT

    • COMPRESSORS

    • CONTROL SYSTEMS

    • DISPENSERS


Cng dispensers
CNG DISPENSERS

THEN

NOW





The differences then and now7
THE DIFFERENCES: THEN AND NOW

THEN

NOW

WV UTILITY PARTICIPATION

NO DIRECT PARTICIPATION

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FUNDING—

1989--$18b IN NGV FUNDING

3. WV STATE PARTICIPATION

SIZEABLE TAX CREDITS

4. PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION

CHESEPEAKE ENERGY

5. FUEL PRICING $3.60+/GALLON

6. NATURAL GAS ECONOMICS—

ABUNDANT SUPPLY/PRICE CERTAINITY

7. TECHNOLOGY

8. ONE FACTOR HAS NOT CHANGED!

  • WV UTILITY PARTICIPATION

    DIRECT PARTICIPATION--A STATION DEVELOPMENT MODEL

    2. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FUNDING-- NONE

    3. WV STATE PARTICIPATION

    VEHICLE SUPPORT & TAX CREDITS

    4. PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION

    “WV NATURAL GAS VEHICLE COALITION”

    5. FUEL PRICING $2.20+/GALLON

    6. NATURAL GAS ECONOMICS

    ADEQUATE SUPPLY/PRICE UNCERTAINITY

  • TECHNOLOGY

  • ONE FACTOR HAS NOT CHANGED!


The cng experience has not changed
THE CNG EXPERIENCEHAS NOT CHANGED !

THE REQUIREMENT:

CUSTOMER SATISFACTION


The cng experience has not changed1
THE CNG EXPERIENCEHAS NOT CHANGED !

STATION

AND

VEHCILE EXPECTATIONS!


Cng experience
CNG EXPERIENCE

CUSTOMER SATISFACTION:

IS ABSOLUTELY

NECESSARY


The difference 1 94 gal
THE DIFFERENCE: $1.94 / gal

CNG:

OKLAHOMA CITY 2/06/2012

GASOLINE:

CHARLESTON 2/23/2012