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UN - LNG Heavy Duty Trucks Case Studies

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Informal Document for the 104th meeting of Group of Experts on General Safety United Nations

United Nations, Geneva

Submitted by the Chairman of the LNG Task Force  

Page Count: 44

Date: April 2012

From the document:

This compendium of case studies is provided in response to a question raised by the French delegation to the Amendments proposed to Regulation 110 pertaining to the use of LNG as a vehicular fuel. It supports other informal documents and formal document ECE-TRANS-WP.29-GRSG-2013-7e presented to the 104th meeting of the Group of Experts on General Safety on 15-19 April 2013 in Geneva at the Palais Nations. 

  • Case Number One:
    Coca Cola introduces liquefied biomethane trucks in its London delivery routes 2010.
      
  • Case Number Two:
    Voss Logistics, opening up the market for LNG transportation in the Netherlands.

  • Case Number Three:
    Rolande: LNG Distribution Trucks Netherlands, France & Germany

  • Case Number Four:
    Simon Loos: Municipal Logistics (Netherlands)

In the North American section there are several maps of LNG stations across the country with a focus on Southern California.

  • Case Number Five:
    United Parcel Services
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  • Case Number Six:
    Fresno California
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  • Case Number Seven:
    Roberts Trucking, Canada
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  • Case Number Eight:
    Veder Trucking, British Columbia

The next section covers the suppliers point of view, including Shell and Linde North America.