"Motivations for Promoting Clean Diesels - Dr. James J. Eberhardt"

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Motivations for Promoting Clean Diesels
Dr. James J. Eberhardt, Chief Scientist
FreedomCAR and Vehicle Technologies Program
Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
U.S. Department of Energy
Presented at the
EPA Region 5 Diesel Conference
Chicago, IL
September 6-7, 2006
FCVT Program Mission
To develop more energy efficient and environmentally friendly highway
transportation technologies that enable America to use less petroleum.
--EERE Strategic Plan, October 2002--
Motivations for Promoting Clean Diesels
Dr. James J. Eberhardt, Chief Scientist
FreedomCAR and Vehicle Technologies Program
Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
U.S. Department of Energy
Presented at the
EPA Region 5 Diesel Conference
Chicago, IL
September 6-7, 2006
FCVT Program Mission
To develop more energy efficient and environmentally friendly highway
transportation technologies that enable America to use less petroleum.
--EERE Strategic Plan, October 2002--
Outline
Our Oil Situation
Rationale for Clean Diesels
Progress in Reducing Diesel
Emissions
Summary
Are We Running Out Of Oil?
It took us 125 years to use the
first trillion barrels of oil.
We’ll use the next trillion in 30.
Source: www.willyoujoinus.com
The Magnitude of Our
Energy Problem
In 2004 the U.S. crude oil consumption would have filled
over 10.5 million tank cars which would stretch between
Miami and Seattle (3,300 miles) over 36 times.
U.S. Oil Dependence is
Driven By Transportation
U.S. Transportation Oil Use
2003 Total = 13.6 mbpd
22
Actual
Projection
20
18
16
(1.045)
Air
Domestic
14
Production
Marine
12
10
(2.465)
8
Light Trucks
6
(3.232)
Rail
Off-road
4
(4.416)
Cars
2
0
1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025
Sources: Transportation Energy Data Book: Edition 25-2006, ORNL-6974, and EIA Annual Energy Outlook 2006, February 2006.