Westport Innovations (NASDAQ:WPRT) is supplying the engines and Clean Energy Fuels (NASDAQ:CLNE) is building a fueling station for 60 liquefied natural gas-fueled Peterbilt 388 trucks for Green Energy Oilfield Services.
GEOS is a Texas-based oilfield fluid management outfit founded last year, which according to Westport has committed to run its entire fleet on liquefied natural gas.
“The launch of our new natural gas fleet marks our entry into the oil and gas services business,” GEOS founder, president and COO Roger Nevill says on Westport’s blog.
On Monday last week, Clean Energy said that under a ten-year pact it would build an LNG station to support the GEOS fleet, with anticipated volume of 1.2 million gallons of LNG per year, at Fairfield, Texas. Development is to begin in August and the station completed by year-end.
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