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Clean Energy: 27 Stations Year-to-Date

August 6, 2014 in CNG, Fleet Order, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Also Reports Additional Fueling and Station Development Agreements

Clean Energy Fuels said Tuesday that it completed and opened 27 natural gas fueling stations in the first half of the year, nine of which are truck-friendly America’s Natural Gas Highway stations.

Florida-based Raven Transport is a growing user of Clean Energy Fuels-supplied LNG.

Florida-based Raven Transport is a growing user of Clean Energy Fuels-supplied LNG.

In addition, upgraded equipment and compression capacity have been added to ten existing stations to keep pace with demand, and new fueling and station development agreements were announced.

In trucking, Clean Energy reports,

  • Raven Transport is deploying 33 additional heavy-duty LNG trucks to serve the Southeast, hence Clean Energy will open its Albany, Ga., public-access LNG station. Raven is currently fueling at Clean Energy’s natural gas fueling stations in Franklin and London, Ohio, in Walton, Ky., and at Jacksonville, Fla. (F&F, October 13). Once fully-deployed, in December 2014, the additional Raven vehicles are expected to consume more than 700,000 diesel gallon equivalents of LNG per year, Clean Energy says.
  • G&P Trucking of Gaston, S.C., has slated deployment of five heavy-duty natural gas trucks. “This natural gas fleet is expected to double to 10 trucks by the end of 2014,” Clean Energy says, stating that it will open its ANGH station in Charlotte, N.C. this month. “This station in conjunction with Clean Energy’s Latta, S.C., station bolsters the regions LNG capability to serve key goods-movements hubs in the Southeast such as the South Carolina Ports Authority,” Clean Energy said.
  • Interstate Distributor Company has announced its first natural gas vehicle deployment – 20 heavy-duty LNG trucks throughout 2014 (they are among the first natural gas-fueled Kenworth T680s; F&F, July 15) – and has a multi-year fueling agreement with Clean Energy. “The fleet will serve regional distribution centers in Washington and California as Interstate evaluates additional deployment opportunities throughout the United States,” Clean Energy says, pledging to include a station in Fife, Wash., to support it. Interstate will also fuel with Clean Energy in California, consuming in total some 350,000 DGEs per year.

Clean Energy reported the sale of IMW compression equipment and a repair and maintenance agreement with the Parkway School District in Chesterfield, Mo., and a multi-year repair and maintenance contract with the City of Ontario, Calif.

Jim Harger is chief marketing officer at Clean Energy Fuels.

Peter Grace is senior VP for sales.


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Clean Energy Fuels, VP Peter Grace, 949-437-1000; mobile 562-233-9094; [email protected]

Clean Energy Fuels, Jim Harger, 949-437-1350; mobile 562-619-4032; [email protected]; www.cleanenergyfuels.com


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Source: Clean Energy Fuels with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

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