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News & Analysis: Clean Energy Fuels
Clean Energy got a clean bill of health in March, and investors responded with a huge rally.
Double-digit volume growth to end 2018 and a cleaned-up balance sheet have investors reinvigorated over the company's prospects.
What went up just came back down.
Merger and acquisition news and solid earnings helped give the market a lift.
The natural gas refueling company finished 2018 with a flourish and said it expects double-digit growth in 2019.
CLNE earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2018.
Earnings are due out tomorrow.
A spate of new contracts representing over 6 million gallons of annual natural gas sales has investors excited again.
Oil and gas producers aren't the only ones reeling from tumbling energy prices. Clean Energy Fuels, Green Plains, and U.S. Silica are struggling too.