Will UPS Send Clean Energy Fuels Soaring?

Clean Energy Fuels (NASDAQ: CLNE  ) couldn't ask for a better client than UPS (NYSE: UPS  ) . UPS has the nation's largest fleet of alternatively fueled vehicles and a transportation network ideally suited for natural gas fueling. So with Clean Energy Fuels inking a deal to be a bulk fuel supplier to UPS fleet fueling stations and an agreement to build three additional Clean Energy Fuels operated facilities in Texas, investors should be elated, right?

Tune into the video segment below to see what this deal means for Clean Energy Fuels in the grand scheme of things and how investors should look at companies like Clean Energy Fuels and Westport Innovations (NASDAQ: WPRT  ) that are trying to disrupt a well entrenched incumbent in an infrastructure-heavy industry.

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  • Report this Comment On November 14, 2013, at 4:10 PM, eyeknonothing wrote:

    I added a very small position of CLNE when I first saw it here at TMF. It took a big dive right after I bought in. It's now creeping back up. After buying I began to think (and rightly so) that natural gas demand will necessarily increase the use of FRACKING, a very detrimental process to extract natural gas from the ground. Of course the proponents of fracking say it's totally safe. If it was totally safe why did former V.P. Dick Cheney have congress exempt fracking from the Safe Drinking Water Act. Oh yes, Cheney used to lead Halliburton a fracking company.

    Then there's the tobacco industry, they'd never lie to us. Big Ag, no way would they lie about the safety of GMO's, Big Pharm, again never would they lie to us about any of their drugs like Vioxx for instance.

  • Report this Comment On November 14, 2013, at 7:51 PM, Khizhim wrote:

    Tyler:

    You're smart, articulate, and you do an excellent job in these videos. "The medium likes you;" "you're an on-camera natural." That's all good, but a guy with your ability should be able to "play by the rules," plant himself at a keyboard, and hammer out a text, rather than take the Taylor Muckerman/Joel South approach of simply "chatting up a camera" for a few minutes because it's so much easier than actually preparing text.

    In addition to being a good "on-camera performer" (employing no wild hand gestures, or Kabuki facial expressions in your relaxed "conversations"...) you're also credible. You seem to know this sector, and your comments are valuable. All the more reason to let us have them as text which we could save in our files.

    Yes, TMF should probably "spring" for a copy of Dragon Naturally Speaking so all "keyboard phobes" or shirkers could produce text simply by "declaiming," but it would be nice if you hold-outs would knuckle down and put hands to keyboards...

  • Report this Comment On December 06, 2013, at 3:58 PM, GirlsUnder30 wrote:

    Anyone who read http://caps.fool.com/Blogs/why-is-westport-is-scary-over/730... over 18 months ago would have saved themselves a lot of WPRY heartburn.

  • Report this Comment On December 06, 2013, at 3:59 PM, GirlsUnder30 wrote:

    ...WPRT...(sorry about the typo)

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