Gas in road transport

This research follows earlier papers on the demand outlook for LNG as a marine fuel (Le Fevre, 2013 and 2018 and Sharples, 2019) and seeks to meet the following objectives:

  • To summarise the main commercial and environmental factors underpinning the case for natural gas in road transportation  including an assessment of the potential impact of biogas.
  • To assess the present and possible future dimensions of the market for natural gas as a road transport fuel globally and in key regional/national markets.
  • To examine the role of Government initiatives in encouraging the purchase and use of CNG/LNG fuelled vehicles.

By: Chris N Le Fevre

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