BIO / L-CNG
SUPPLY CHAIN
Workshop on “Natural gas and biomethane as
a fuel for transport”
TEN-T days, Riga, 23 June 2015
H...
BBL
INTERCONNECTOR
NEL
TENP
TRANSITGAS
TAP
DUNKIRK
LNG TERMINAL
SWEDEGAS
FLUXYS: GAS INFRASTRUCTURE COMPANY
LNG
terminalli...
SOURCING LNG
ZEEBRUGGE LNG TERMINAL: 27 YEARS IN OPERATION
3
• 1,500+ LNG carriers received
• 80 million tonnes LNG unload...
ALTERNATIVE LNG SOURCE:
SMALL-SCALE LIQUEFACTION UNITS AND LBG
4
Source: Engie
UNLOCKING THE POTENTIAL OF SMALL-SCALE LNG:
DEVELOPING DOWNSTREAM REFUELING INFRASTRUCTURE
LNG trailer*
Feeder ship Bunker...
LNG trailer*
Feeder ship Bunker barge
Bunker barge
Intermediate
storage
Fluxys
LNG
terminal
LNG
L-CNG
LNG
CNG
Loading of L...
LNG TRANSPORT BY ROAD: TRUCK LOADING SERVICE
• 18 active truck loading companies
• Capacity of 4,000 loadings/year
• Desti...
Small scale LNG developments:
LNG for ships8
PORTS OF ZEEBRUGGE AND ANTWERP: FIRST TRUCK-TO-
SHIP BUNKERING OPERATIONS FROM FLUXYS TERMINAL
SUCCESSFULLY EXECUTED
9
Bun...
Gastech 2014 04 2610
2nd jetty under construction: commissioning 2015
 Reception of LNG carriers with capacity from
2 000...
11
2nd jetty under construction: commissioning 2015
 Maritime Structure : built by Port Authority of Zeebrugge with MBG
...
12
LNG bunker barges
 Ship-to-ship bunkering
 Refueling of remote intermediate LNG storage tanks
12
13
Intermediate storage tank from 2.000 to
30.000 m³ LNG .
Refueling of maritime / shortsea ship
& of bunker barges
Remo...
Small scale LNG developments:
LNG for trucks
14
CURRENT EU REGULATORY FRAMEWORK IS SUPPORTING
LNG DEVELOPMENTS IN ROAD TRANSPORT ACTIVITIES
15
LNG refueling stations in E...
FLUXYS’ 1ST LNG REFUELING STATION IN OPERATION
SINCE OCTOBER 2014
16
• Location: Veurne
• Partners:
CNG (Compressed natural gas)
17
(BIO-)CNG REFUELING STATION
18
Sources: US DPT Energy, Fortis BC, NGVA Europe, DATS24
Biomethane
EXPANDING NETWORK ACROSS EUROPE…
19
Source: NGVA Europe
…LEADING TO MORE NGV’S IN EUROPE?
20
21
CONCLUSIONS
• Unlocking the potential of natural gas as a fuel means developing
refueling infrastructure
> First steps ...
22
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Natural gas and bio methane as fuel for transport h. aouad

Natural gas and bio methane as fuel for transport h. aouad
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Transcripts - Natural gas and bio methane as fuel for transport h. aouad

  • 1. BIO / L-CNG SUPPLY CHAIN Workshop on “Natural gas and biomethane as a fuel for transport” TEN-T days, Riga, 23 June 2015 Hany AOUAD
  • 2. BBL INTERCONNECTOR NEL TENP TRANSITGAS TAP DUNKIRK LNG TERMINAL SWEDEGAS FLUXYS: GAS INFRASTRUCTURE COMPANY LNG terminalling Transmission Storage  Present in 9 countries  Major gas transit operator  Fully independent player 2 ZEEBRUGGE LNG TERMINAL
  • 3. SOURCING LNG ZEEBRUGGE LNG TERMINAL: 27 YEARS IN OPERATION 3 • 1,500+ LNG carriers received • 80 million tonnes LNG unloaded = 108 bcm of natural gas • Since comissioning in 1987 no incidents with LNG or natural gas causing a fire
  • 4. ALTERNATIVE LNG SOURCE: SMALL-SCALE LIQUEFACTION UNITS AND LBG 4 Source: Engie
  • 5. UNLOCKING THE POTENTIAL OF SMALL-SCALE LNG: DEVELOPING DOWNSTREAM REFUELING INFRASTRUCTURE LNG trailer* Feeder ship Bunker barge Bunker barge Intermediate storage Fluxys LNG terminal LNG L-CNG LNG CNG Cutting through the chicken-and-egg situation: Fluxys to invest with partners in downstream LNG chain Truck fueling station * Alternatives: iso-container or rail car
  • 6. LNG trailer* Feeder ship Bunker barge Bunker barge Intermediate storage Fluxys LNG terminal LNG L-CNG LNG CNG Loading of LNG trailers: since 2010 Loading of bunker barges & feeder ships as from 2016 Truck fueling station 6 1st refueling station in operation since Oct. 2014 FLUXYS ACTIVELY SUPPORTING SMALL SCALE LNG DEVELOPMENTS * Alternatives: iso-container or rail car
  • 7. LNG TRANSPORT BY ROAD: TRUCK LOADING SERVICE • 18 active truck loading companies • Capacity of 4,000 loadings/year • Destinations: Belgium, France, The Netherlands, UK, Germany, Poland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Italy − Industrial sites without pipe gas supply − LNG refueling stations − LNG as fuel for shipping 7 5 65 316 819 1668 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
  • 8. Small scale LNG developments: LNG for ships8
  • 9. PORTS OF ZEEBRUGGE AND ANTWERP: FIRST TRUCK-TO- SHIP BUNKERING OPERATIONS FROM FLUXYS TERMINAL SUCCESSFULLY EXECUTED 9 Bunkering of first LNG-fuelled tugboat M/T Borgøy for Norwegian BUBE (Buksér og Berging AS) in Port of Zeebrugge (Feb 2014) Bunkering of Argonon (Deen Shipping) in Port of Antwerp (Dec 2012)
  • 10. Gastech 2014 04 2610 2nd jetty under construction: commissioning 2015  Reception of LNG carriers with capacity from 2 000 to 217 000 m³ LNG (including LNG bunker carriers)  Long-term market for bunker vessel loading developing: c. 200 berthing slots already sold under long-term contracts
  • 11. 11 2nd jetty under construction: commissioning 2015  Maritime Structure : built by Port Authority of Zeebrugge with MBG  EPC Contract : awarded to TSLNG (TECHINT-SENER)
  • 12. 12 LNG bunker barges  Ship-to-ship bunkering  Refueling of remote intermediate LNG storage tanks 12
  • 13. 13 Intermediate storage tank from 2.000 to 30.000 m³ LNG . Refueling of maritime / shortsea ship & of bunker barges Remote LNG storage tanks / bunkering terminal in ports
  • 14. Small scale LNG developments: LNG for trucks 14
  • 15. CURRENT EU REGULATORY FRAMEWORK IS SUPPORTING LNG DEVELOPMENTS IN ROAD TRANSPORT ACTIVITIES 15 LNG refueling stations in EU Source: LNG Blue corridor project • EU directive on “Alternative Fuel Infrastructure for transport” encouraging member states in developing action plans to speed up infrastructure deployment • EU funded “Blue corridor” project + other private initiatives boosting the number of LNG refueling stations • Current EU stats: o ~40 LNG refueling stations in operations (of which ~10 opened in 2014 incl. Veurne & Kallo in BE) o ~1500 LNG trucks on the roads o Strongest market growth in UK, NL, Spain, and Sweden. Most projects developed in cooperation with large truck fleet owners • France, Germany, Italy and Belgium (+ Eastern Europe) are still lagging in terms of refueling infrastructure, limiting pan- European routes for road transport Country LNG stations UK 11 E 11 NL 11 SE 6 BE 2 I 1 FR 0 D 0 East. EU 0
  • 16. FLUXYS’ 1ST LNG REFUELING STATION IN OPERATION SINCE OCTOBER 2014 16 • Location: Veurne • Partners:
  • 17. CNG (Compressed natural gas) 17
  • 18. (BIO-)CNG REFUELING STATION 18 Sources: US DPT Energy, Fortis BC, NGVA Europe, DATS24 Biomethane
  • 19. EXPANDING NETWORK ACROSS EUROPE… 19 Source: NGVA Europe
  • 20. …LEADING TO MORE NGV’S IN EUROPE? 20
  • 21. 21 CONCLUSIONS • Unlocking the potential of natural gas as a fuel means developing refueling infrastructure > First steps were taken with strong support from TEN-T funding > Extra support thanks to “Alternative fuel infrastructure directive” > More infrastructure needed to develop markets > (bio-)CNG & (bio-)LNG refueling stations > Bunkering infrastructures for maritime transport • Infrastructure is nothing without NGV’s (ships and trucks / cars) > Extra efforts needed in: > Innovation in power trains (400+ HP engine for heavy-duty trucks) > Retrofit / new-build of LNG vessels
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