CNG Fueling Facility - Clean Cities Sacramento

Report
March
,
2008
Sacramento Regional Transit District
Mike Wiley,
General Facility
Manager/CEO
CNG Fueling
June 20, 2013
Mike Mattos
Chief of Facilities and Business Support Services
Sacramento Regional Transit District
Natural Gas
People are using natural gas as a
transportation fuel more than ever
and it will be a continued trend
– Dramatic Increases in Gasoline/Diesel
Pricing
– Attention to Environmental Concerns – Clean
Air Advocates
– Cap and Trade
Compressed Natural Gas
RT’s History with CNG
- Conversion from a diesel
fleet to a Compressed
Natural Gas (CNG) fleet.
- RT’s conversion to CNG
prompted other area transit
agencies to follow, including
the Yolo County
Transportation District.
- RT successfully completed
the fleet conversion and
retired the last diesel bus in
2004.
– 100 percent CNG bus
fleet has saved $8 to
11 million per year in
diesel fuel at current
California prices.
Compressed Natural Gas
RT’s Fueling Facilities
 1993 – RT began operation of its first CNG fueling facility
 2004 – RT retired last diesel fueled bus, expanded to five
compressors at BMF1 and purchased property on former
McClellan Air Force Base
 2010/2011 – RT completed environmental review, design and
technical specifications for second CNG fueling facility at
McClellan Park known as BMF2
 2013 – RT completed $34 million construction of Phase 1 for
BMF2 adding a new CNG fueling facility and first fueling
agreements with Twin Rivers School District and Robla School
District were executed
CNG Fueling Facility
BMF2 Project Schedule
Phase 2
Install bus wash to support
125 buses; Advance civil
and structural work to
modify the facility and bus
parking areas; Enhance
security systems and install
communications equipment
Phase 1
Acquire
property and
building; Install
additional
compressed
natural gas
(CNG) fueling
system
Phase 3
Increase bus storage and
maintenance area capacity
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Construction of Fueling Facility at BMF2
 Advancing
proposed gas route
beginning with
drilling under the
tracks to connect to
PG&E’s gas
transmission line
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Construction of Fueling Facility at BMF2
 Vision and Concept
for CNG Service
Building and
Equipment Yard
 Before Construction
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Construction of Fueling Facility at BMF2
 Demolition
 Site Preparation
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Construction of Fueling Facility at BMF2
 Site Work and Equipment
Installation
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Construction of Fueling Facility at BMF2
 Site Work and Equipment
Installation
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Construction of Fueling Facility at BMF2
 Near Completion
CNG Fueling Facility
Elements of Fueling Agreement
 Check Equipment Capability Requirements i.e. fuel receptacle
compatibility with ANGI nozzle for Sherex 1000 and/or Sherex 5000
 Individual Vehicle information i.e. vehicle number, pressure and
volume
 Advanced Estimate of Annual and Monthly usage of CNG fuel within
+/- five percent of usage and plan of each individual vehicle
 Required Training with RT Staff on Fueling Procedures, Safety
Measures and Utilizing Fueling Equipment before Fuel Card is
issued
 Schedule Timing of Fueling for Sherex 5000
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 Sherex 1000
 Sherex 5000
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 Equipment Capability
 Log Individual Vehicle Information
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 Required Training with RT
Staff on Fueling Procedures,
Safety Measures and Utilizing
Fueling Equipment
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Fuel Card for
BMF2 Fueling
Facility
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CNG Fueling Facility
We want you to consider
the Sacramento Regional Transit District
as your infrastructure partner
for your CNG fuel needs.
Sacramento Regional Transit District
CNG Fueling Facility
June 20, 2013
Mike Mattos
Chief of Facilities and Business Support Services
Sacramento Regional Transit District

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