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Clean Energy releases 'The Road to Natural Gas' report

The green fuels company has recently opened 19 new low-emission fueling stations

by Caitlin AdamsPublished: August 01, 2012 01:00 PM

Seal Beach-based Clean Energy Fuels Corp., a provider of natural gas fuels and fuel systems, has unveiled its “Road to Natural Gas” a report detailing the company’s new or expanded partnerships and agreements.

Among the contract partners are local and national fleet operators, trucking companies, airports, refuse haulers, municipalities, and other organizations throughout the country, which Clean Energy will provide with fuel, services and vehicles.

“’The Road to Natural Gas’ report … includes new customers that we expect to ultimately use hundreds of thousands of gallons of natural gas fuel every month,” Andrew J. Littlefair, Clean Energy’s CEO and president. “I’m happy to report that Clean Energy is exceeding our own internal plans for 2012 in our core refuse, airport and transit markets.”

Partnerships and agreements detailed in the report include supply contracts for liquid natural gas (LNG) and compressed natural gas (CNG), vehicle orders and deliveries, vehicle fuel system orders, and service station construction and operation contracts.

“After working on developing the natural gas fueling market for 15 years, it’s very gratifying to see all the pieces come together,” Littlefair said. “There are natural gas engines now available for more vehicle classes, the U.S. has an abundant supply of cheap natural gas and there is a greater understanding of the economic and environmental benefits of using natural gas as a transportation fuel.”

The report includes news on the completion of 19 new Clean Energy fuel service stations, part of the company’s “America’s Natural Gas Highway.” This network of fueling stations aims to criss-cross the nation, providing low-emission fuels and services green fuel vehicles and trucking fleets along major trucking and highway routes.

Clean Energy CNG/LNG fuel stations

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