Clean Energy Fuels Opens More LNG Stations and Strengthens Valuable Partnerships

Clean Energy Fuels opens up to more LNG stations and signs fueling agreement with strategic partners.

Apr 1, 2014 at 6:00PM


Clean Energy Fuels (NASDAQ:CLNE) continues its development of American's Natural Gas Highway, opening up two additional liquefied natural gas stations and strengthening the company's relationship with UPS, which plans on using both facilities as fuel stops for its growing heavy-duty truck fleet. With 150 LNG stations necessary to supply all the major interstate trucking routes, being the first mover has added benefits for Clean Energy Fuels.  

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