Clean Energy Clean Energy Fuels, one of the largest providers of natural gas fuel for transportation in North America, signed three LNG fueling contracts in Washington and California.
The company signed the first of three agreements with Castan, a drayage truck operator based out of Edgewood, Washington which operates in the ports of Seattle and Tacoma.
Castan, that expects to have its full fleet running on liquefied natural gas by the end of 2017, will fuel at Clean Energy’s LNG station in Fife.
The signed two more deals in California, one with the city of Bakersfield under which it will deliver the chilled fuel to the city’s two LNG stations which are operated and maintained by Clean Energy. The city is anticipated to use approximately 760,000 gallons per year.
The second deal in California has been signed with Burrtec Waste Industries, a private solid-waste company.
Under the contract, Clean Energy will deliver approximately 190,000 gallons of LNG to Burrtec’s facility in Palm Desert each year.
LNG World News Staff