European Directive
‘Clean Power for
transport’
(2014/94/EU)
Deployment of LNG
infrastructure in the Netherlands
Wouter Pie...
Content presentation
 Basic principles NL implementation
 Why the market
 Implementation method
 Stakeholder meetings
...
Basic principles Netherlands implementation
 Clean Power Directive, Article 6 paragraph 1
... appropriate number of refue...
Why the market?
 Strong market parties (Shell, GDF Suez) in the Netherlands, with
ambitious plans
 Allready present LNG ...
Method Netherlands
23 June 2015
1. Stakeholder meeting
2. Policy framework
3. Implementation plan
Stakeholder meetings
 Agreement on Energy for Sustainable
Growth
… national target for limiting CO2
emissions.
 Maritime...
Existing policy frameworks
Maritime strategy:
 The Central Government stimulates
the usage of alternative fuels,
propulsi...
23 June 2015
LNG refueling points demand forecast/estimation?
 Assessed the demand of LNG
refueling points on basis of st...
Expectations LNG-infrastructure
 Inland LNG shipping: mobile refueling,
possibly followed by infrastructure
 Central Gov...
Status implementation plan
 Industry has organized themselves (LNG
platform)
 Internal policy- and legal coordination ha...
23 June 2015
Time planning
 Autumn 2015, stakeholder meeting
implementation Clean Power Directive
(discussion: tentative ...
Bunker vessel seaports
23 June 2015
23 June 2015
To finalize
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Natural gas and bio methane as fuel for transport w. pietersma

Natural gas and bio methane as fuel for transport w. pietersma
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  • 1. European Directive ‘Clean Power for transport’ (2014/94/EU) Deployment of LNG infrastructure in the Netherlands Wouter Pietersma senior policy advisor Maritime Affairs 23 June 2015
  • 2. Content presentation  Basic principles NL implementation  Why the market  Implementation method  Stakeholder meetings  Existing policy frameworks  Demand forecast  Expectations  Status implementation plan  Time planning  Bunkering seaports 23 June 2015
  • 3. Basic principles Netherlands implementation  Clean Power Directive, Article 6 paragraph 1 ... appropriate number of refueling points for LNG at inland ports from 12/31/2030  Clean Power Directive, whereas, paragraph 15  … not intended to place an additional financial burden on Member States, make use of a wide range of regulatory and non-regulatory incentives and measures, in close cooperation with private sector actors.  Principles Central Government Market, unless ... 23 June 2015
  • 4. Why the market?  Strong market parties (Shell, GDF Suez) in the Netherlands, with ambitious plans  Allready present LNG terminal Rotterdam (GATE)  Increasing demand inland shipping, deep sea, short sea  So far steady growing market, concession?  Closely bundled roads and waterways  Combined road/inland shipping infrastructure possible?  (Presently: 1 Gate-terminal for deep sea feeding. ? Number of truck fuel stations?) 23 June 2015
  • 5. Method Netherlands 23 June 2015 1. Stakeholder meeting 2. Policy framework 3. Implementation plan
  • 6. Stakeholder meetings  Agreement on Energy for Sustainable Growth … national target for limiting CO2 emissions.  Maritime Strategy … to boost the international sustained maritime top position of the Netherlands, in collaboration with all the maritime partners. 23 June 2015
  • 7. Existing policy frameworks Maritime strategy:  The Central Government stimulates the usage of alternative fuels, propulsion systems and energy sources, and shall remove obstacles where needed  Industry and government shall jointly commit themselves to enlarge the possibilities of (co)financing of innovation projects 23 June 2015
  • 8. 23 June 2015 LNG refueling points demand forecast/estimation?  Assessed the demand of LNG refueling points on basis of study  CEF call submitted with ships that can be retrofitted “economically feasible”
  • 9. Expectations LNG-infrastructure  Inland LNG shipping: mobile refueling, possibly followed by infrastructure  Central Government intervention possible, only when initiatives of markets are not sufficient  Gradual growth of numbers, depending on the availability of EU subsidies  Additional national subsidies not to be expected 23 June 2015
  • 10. Status implementation plan  Industry has organized themselves (LNG platform)  Internal policy- and legal coordination has started  Concept action plan shipping partly finished  European Commission assignment for scheme of implementation plan In progress:  Involving stakeholders in autumn 2015 (Maritime Strategy, Agreement on Energy for Sustainable Growth, LNG platform)  International coordination (Benelux and other EU Member States) 23 June 2015
  • 11. 23 June 2015 Time planning  Autumn 2015, stakeholder meeting implementation Clean Power Directive (discussion: tentative modest but realistic targets)  January 2016, prelimenary implementation plan (ready and sending to Parliament for support and discussion: long term policy document)  November 2016, legal text LNG refueling stations implemented  November 2016, policy framework to the European Commission
  • 12. Bunker vessel seaports 23 June 2015
  • 13. 23 June 2015 To finalize

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