Natural Gas Refueling Infrastructure
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 14 Pages; 8 Tables, Charts & Figures
|天然氣汽車的燃料供給基礎設施 Natural Gas Refueling Infrastructure|
|出版日期: 2016年06月14日||內容資訊: 英文 14 Pages; 8 Tables, Charts & Figures||
儘管有價格壓力，全球市場的燃料經濟及溫室效應氣體 (GHG) 排放標準愈來愈嚴格，天然氣成為替代柴油燃料具吸引力的選擇。全球天然氣燃料供給站的總數，預計至2026年達到約39,300處。
本報告提供全球市場的天然氣燃料供給基礎設施的發展相關資料，包含壓縮天然氣 (CNG) 及液化天然氣 (LNG) 燃料供給站分析，經濟發展，燃料價格，及天然氣汽車 (NGV) 銷售額等，影響天然氣燃料供給基礎設施發展的主要原因分析，這些要素帶給燃料供給站業者、設備供應商，及天然氣供應商的影響，以及CNG、LNG，及各地區的全球市場的預測等彙整資料，為您概述為以下內容。
Global supplies of natural gas (NG) have reached record levels over the past decade thanks to the deployment of non-traditional extraction methods such as hydraulic fracturing. However, since late 2014, the production of crude oil has outpaced demand. This trend has triggered a sustained collapse in world oil prices, which have remained mostly below about $50 per barrel since that time. The low prices have put pressure on the market for natural gas vehicles (NGVs) and the corresponding refueling infrastructure.
Despite the pricing pressure, as fuel economy and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions standards become increasingly stringent in world markets, NG becomes an attractive alternative to diesel. This is especially true for medium and heavy duty vehicles, where electrification is less practical and NG operation can reduce the costs associated with diesel emissions after-treatment. Meanwhile, tightening emissions regulations, particularly for diesel engines, will push fleets toward NG conversions-and refueling infrastructure will follow. According to Navigant Research, the total number of NG refueling stations globally is expected to reach almost 39,300 locations by 2026.
This Navigant Research report analyzes the global market for the deployment of NG refueling infrastructure, including both compressed and liquefied natural (CNG and LNG) gas stations. The study examines the key factors expected to influence the deployment of NG refueling infrastructure, including economic growth, fuel prices, and NGV sales. An analysis is provided of how all of these factors are projected to affect station operators, equipment suppliers, and gas suppliers. Global forecasts, segmented by CNG and LNG and region, extend through 2026.