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NATURAL GAS

Natural gas, another innovating theme for low carbon motorisations in the automotive industry

 

ARIAMIS an expert alongside you to privilege natural gas energy, the most low carbon fuel after electricity. Our engineering missions and our prototype make it possible to confirm a more than credible source to reduce our carbon footprint. Let’s open up the field of possibilities in the context of the automotive industry, sea transport or the home.

 

NATURAL GAS, THE MOST LOW CARBON ENERGY SOURCE AFTER ELECTRICITY

 

The objective of the European Commission and the French government is to have vehicles that use the most low carbon fuel possible. The first studies focussed on the development of electric vehicles. However, on their own, electric vehicles will not meet all the challenges. There are a number of situations which will always require greater autonomy.

This is why there is room for electric vehicles and a need for vehicles that combine autonomy and low carbon fuel, depending on transportation needs. For several years already, ARIAMIS has been working on and developing natural gas motorisation systems.

 

 

Natural gas engines reduce NOx emissions by 25% and fine particle emissions by 75%. This technology also reduces noise levels by 30% and fuel costs by 25%.

 


 


 

 

 

 

 

Whatever its origin, it is always
methane from crude oil extraction,

waste fermentation, shale gas...

 

CH4, THE MOST LOW CARBON HYDROCARBON MOLECULE, EVEN LOWER THAN HYDROGEN

 

The lowest carbon fuels or having the best H/C are gas fuels.  First of all LPG (C3/C4), then natural gas or biogas (methane CH4 content of 90 to 98%). Until a few years ago, the excess methane from refineries was simply burnt off. Today, technological progress and the need to reduce the impact on the environment incite to limit carbon emissions and make this surplus an energy source.

The different gases have different names, but the composition contains more or less methane.

 

A PRECURSOR IN THE STUDY ON NATURAL GAS MOTORISATIONS

 

For several years, ARIAMIS has been studying natural gas motorisation. These innovations, especially at the prototype stage with the “Light Vehicle - Diesel Dual Fuel” project, confirm the possibility of converting a diesel vehicle into a diesel + gas dual fuel vehicle. The conversion of the diesel vehicle gave promising results.

Make this technical progress in the field of natural gas your ally for all your natural gas related research and development.

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