Clean Energy Fuels
But what happens to Clean Energy Fuels if the utility companies or, heaven forbid, Big Oil want a piece of the action? Well, we might find out.
Piedmont Natural Gas
Other natural gas utility companies are entering the market as well.
Atlanta Gas Light, a subsidiary of AGL Resources
And that's just the utility companies. The biggest competitive threat to Clean Energy Fuels may come from the major integrated oil companies.
Clean Energy Fuels offers an unattractive risk/reward profile because of the competitive environment. The other natural gas transportation stocks look to be a better way to invest in this trend.
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