Overview

Conference Overview

Messe Frankfurt’s NGV (Natural Gas Vehicles) India Summit remains the leading event in India focused on the natural gas vehicle industry attracting thought leaders from across the country and around the world.

The upcoming 5th annual edition of the summit shall witness presence of all important stakeholder groups across the spectrum from the natural gas and mobility sectors, ensuring rich takeaways and immense learning and networking opportunities for all participants. The summit presents a who’s who line up of plenary speakers and an informative, content-packed agenda with various technical and business-strategic sessions.

The event has garnered an enviable reputation in the international circles as one of the coveted forums for the NGV industry. With a plethora of topics and technical sessions, 2021 edition would serve as a platform for brainstorming on the agenda for the NGV industry, in addition to being a facilitator for knowledge dissemination and forging new business synergies and partnerships. Top-notch industry stakeholders and thought leaders will share their valuable insights to help identify bottlenecks, address the challenges, leverage opportunities and growth avenues.

4 Editions
115 Speakers
718 Delegates
335 COMPANIES
India's leading summit on NGV industry

Industry Overview

The Indian auto industry is expected to reach US$ 251.4-282.8 billion by 2026. Global dependence on oil is a burning issue and India is also not spared from its dependence on oil imports. The transport sector in India currently consumes more than 50% of petroleum products and accounts nearly 12% of India’s energy-related CO2 emissions. Green fuel is the need of the hour and the different ministries & organizations are leaving no stone unturned in supporting the green initiative by constantly emphasizing the use of green fuels to curb pollution.

Natural Gas, being a clean and efficient fuel, can provide a viable alternative as a transport fuel. On the back of rapidly

developing infrastructure and price difference between natural gas vehicles and diesel vehicles, NGVs are expected to grow faster. NGVs are expected to account for 50 per cent of sales of new three- and four-wheelers in India by 2030.

The implementation of BS-VI emission norms from April 1, 2020, will increase price differential between CNG and diesel vehicles, making CNG vehicles more attractive.

A strong network of 15,000 CNG and 1,500 LNG stations by 2030 would have the potential to transform the Indian mobility scenario, with an expected 33 million natural gas vehicles as compared to 3.3 million in 2019.

Clearly, with a large number of Indian cities embarking for cleaner fuel, NGV is pacing the way for a revolutionary growth in the Indian automobile market.

Key topics of discussion

  • NGVs: Driving clean mobility forward
  • NGVs: Where do we really stand? A reality check
  • Building the next-gen vehicle story: Innovations in NGVs and fueling infrastructure
  • STUs, ride sharing and taxis: the torch bearers of NGV
  • Safety and standardization of natural gas vehicles
  • Product demo session
  • Natural gas infrastructure and statutory provision
  • The great debate: What next for NGVs?