Natural & bio Gas Vehicle Association Europe

NGVA Europe keeps you informed!

18/11/2014 - Titanic tax increase for natural gas unlikely after split in EU on new Energy Taxation Directivemore
18/11/2014 - ADAC: real fuel consumption of natural gas cars near to manufacturer claimsmore
17/11/2014 - 'LNG only viable way to lower truck CO2 footprint'more
30/10/2014 - Germany paves the way for LNG, Euro VI NGVs make market entrymore
30/09/2014 - 14 LNG projects to receive TEN-T funding, including NGVA members Rolande LNG, Fluxys and Wärtsilämore
05/09/2014 - Bord Gáis, Daimler, Shell and xperion join NGVA Europe's BoDmore

Technical Communications

Technical Communications are distributed to members only and describe another line of communication whereby NGVA Europe members have the opportunity to provide technical documents, studies or presentations in order to inform other members of NGVA Europe. This method of making technical information available helps to let our members understand what other members are interested in or working on and becomes especially important when communicating technical input from NGVA Europe Working Groups.

But these communications can also be technical documents considered to be of general interest to the members and are sent by the NGVA Europe staff.

Some Technical Communications NGVA Europe has distributed so far were:

  • Advantages of biomethane as a fuel, author: Peter Boisen
  • Dual Fuel Technology, author: Peter Boisen
  • GTL v LNG/CNG for transport applications, author: CNG Services Ltd.
  • Worldwide hydrogen bus demonstrations, author: U.S. department of transportation, Federal Transit Administration
  • French Study on "State of the art and potential of biomethane vehicle fuel", authors: Ademe, AFGNV, Atee Club Biogaz, GDF SUEZ, IFP, MEEDDAT
  • Biomethane to Grid and Renewable Heat, author: CNG Services Ltd.
  • Russian Turbogas Locomotive, author: Auto Gas Filling Complex + Alternative Fuel, International Scientific and Technical Journal, Russia   
  • IGU report "Natural Gas for Vehicles (NGV)", author:  IGU – International Gas Union, Working Committee 5 – Utilisation Study Group 5.3 – Natural Gas Vehicles (NGV)
  • Liquefied Natural Gas for Europe – Some Important Issues for Consideration, author: JRC, European Commission
  • The future of biogas in Europe: Visions and Targets 2020, author: Department of Bioenergy of the University of Southern Denmark and Aalborg University Esbjerg
  • First year main results of the European Project INGAS (www.ingas-eu.org)
  • Emission Factors of Euro 4 & Euro 5 NGVs, author: EMPA
  • CNG as Automotive Fuel for Europe, author: CAR - Center Automotive Research
  • Natural Gas for Ship Propulsion in Denmark, author: Danish Environmental Protection Agency
  • LNG as a New Fuel for Aviation Engines, author: Air-LNG
  • NGV Refuelling Connector Differentiation, author: SINTESI AB
  •  ...

Reports from our experts representing NGVA Europe in the different EU/UN Working Parties (CEN, ISO, GRSG, GRPE, GFV, EFV, MVEG) may also communicated to the members as Technical Communciations.


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