Clean Energy Fuels on Monday said it has secured a contract to provide LNG to Hawaii Gas, and signed additional deals throughout the United States.
Thomas Young, Hawaii Gas’s executive vice president and COO said the deal with Clean Energy LNG will enable the utility to diversify gas supply.
Clean Energy extended its deal with the city of Phoenix for further two years under which it will provide an estimated 5 million gasoline gallon equivalents per year, valued at US$10 million, the company’s statement reveals.
Corpus Christi Regional Transit Authority (CCRTA) has renewed a three-year operations & maintenance contract with Clean Energy representing approximately 3 million GGEs over the three-year term of the contract.
Clean Energy will also provide up to 500,000 gallons of renewable natural gas to fuel Fred Meyer Stores fleet of 40 LNG trucks.
The statement reveals that operations have started at the LNG/CNG fueling station in North Platte, Nebraska, which will service vehicles from KALM Transportation, UPS and Schmidt Liquid Transportation.
Fueling also began at the Pilot Flying J station in West Memphis, Arkansas, supporting Raven Transportation’s fleet of LNG trucks at an estimated 11,000 GGEs per month.
Clean Energy additionally signed deals to fuel a number of compressed natural fleets across the United States.
LNG World News Staff