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Clean Energy (Nasdaq: CLNE) is the largest provider of natural gas fuel for transportation in North America and a global leader in the expanding natural gas vehicle market. It has operations in CNG and LNG vehicle fueling, construction and operation of CNG and LNG fueling stations, biomethane production, vehicle conversion and compressor technology.

Clean Energy (Nasdaq: CLNE) is the largest provider of natural gas fuel for transportation in North America and a global leader in the expanding natural gas vehicle market. It has operations in CNG and LNG vehicle fueling, construction and operation of CNG and LNG fueling stations, biomethane production, vehicle conversion and compressor technology.

Our Mission
Clean Energy is changing the way the world fuels its vehicles. Energy independence is an undisputed goal for our nation, and we at Clean Energy know just how realistic and attainable that goal is with natural gas fuel. Moving forward in our thinking as well as in our vehicles means a safer, healthier planet for all of us. This change is already happening. Natural gas is abundant and domestically available and is already used as a cleaner source of energy around the world. - See more at:

Our Story

Clean Energy Fuels’ company growth over the decades has been marked with risk and reward, and always defined by passion. Entrepreneur and energy pioneer T. Boone Pickens and current Clean Energy President and CEO Andrew Littlefair had a vision they felt could change this country for the better.

The idea behind natural gas fuel is two-fold, and Americans hear a lot about both of its main benefits: a greener planet and energy independence. Like all paradigm-shifting ventures, Pickens’ company started relatively small and grew with consistency that proved he wasn’t just “onto something.” He was putting in motion a company that is instrumental in making the change that so many of us talk about.

T. Boone Pickens gets behind natural gas as a cleaner, less expensive transportation fuel.
He realizes the most impactful conversion would be with commercial fleet trucks that consume high volumes of diesel and gasoline, much of which comes from OPEC oil countries.

T. Boone Pickens becomes Chairman of the Natural Gas Vehicle Coalition, a national trade organization of companies dedicated to growing a sustainable and profitable NGV market.

President Bill Clinton appoints T. Boone Pickens as a member of the Natural Gas Task Force.
Mesa Petroleum launches new division, Mesa Environmental. It offers natural gas conversion kits. UPS & USPS are a few of its first customers.

Littlefair and Pickens orchestrate a deal to open first two airport stations, stabilizing that company financially while ensuring the deployment of hundreds of new CNG vehicles.Warren Mitchell, Chairman of Southern California Gas Company, succeeds Pickens as chairman of the Natural Gas Vehicle Coalition.

Pickens and Littlefair spin off a natural gas fueling business from Mesa Petroleum – 3 fueling stations, 1 employee and a repair truck. The new company is named Pickens Fuel Corp.
Pickens Fuel Corp., forerunner of Clean Energy Fuels, opens doors in Seal Beach, CA. Pickens Fuel Corp buys SoCal Gas Company’s 33 natural gas fueling stations for $3.6 million.
During the second half of the year, Pickens Fuel Corp. sells the equivalent of 2 million (GGEs) gallons of gasoline in natural gas fuel. 15 underperforming stations are closed.
Pickens Fuel Corp. sells 5 million GGEs of natural gas.

With $3.5 million of his own money invested in the company, Pickens sells 75% of Pickens Fuel Corp. to BC Gas for $21 million. The company name is changed to Clean Energy Fuels Corp.

Clean Energy acquires more natural gas fueling stations from TXU Corporation and Blue Energy, a spin-off of Public Service Company of Colorado.
Clean Energy begins to develop liquefied natural gas (LNG) technology.
Led by Pickens, Clean Energy takes positions on natural gas futures and generates $40 million in revenue, which is used primarily for company overhead.
Pickens repurchases entire stake from BC Gas for $43 million.
Clean Energy Fuels goes public on May 25 (NASDAQ: CLNE), raising $138 million.
Clean Energy acquires natural gas vehicle conversion company BAF Technologies.
Clean Energy acquires NorthStar and IMW industries, virtually integrating its LNG & CNG technological capabilities.
Clean Energy signs partnership with the largest truck-stop operator Pilot/Flying J.
Clean Energy sells BAF as auto manufacturers including Honda, Chevrolet and Ford increase availability of natural gas vehicles in production.
Partnership established with Mansfield Energy Corp., the largest private fuel provider in the nation.
Clean Energy launches “Redeem” renewable natural gas. Sells 14 million GGEs, over three times the cellulosic biofuel that the EPA projected would be produced by the entire industry nationwide.
Clean Energy sold 214 million GGEs of natural gas.
Clean Energy buys large interest in NG Advantage, a pioneer in bulk fuel sales.
Clean Energy’s market cap is approximately $1 billion.
Clean Energy operates over 500 natural gas fueling stations in 43 states.


Andrew J. Littlefair
Message from the CEO Clean Energy is working to change the way America fuels their vehicles. Energy independence is an undisputed goal for our nation, and we at Clean Energy know just how realistic and attainable that goal is. – Andrew Littlefair,

Andrew J. Littlefair Andrew J. Littlefair is President and CEO of Clean Energy, a company he co-founded with T. Boone Pickens in 1997. Previously, Mr. Littlefair served as Vice President of Public Affairs at MESA Inc., then one of America’s largest independent producers of natural gas. In this role Littlefair oversaw the company’s natural gas vehicle activities and served as special assistant to Mr. Pickens. Mr. Littlefair served as Chairman of NGVAmerica for 8 years from 2003 to 2011. In 2004, he was named an NGV Champion by the International Association of Natural Gas Vehicles (IANGV). In 2014, Mr. Littlefair received an Environmental Leadership Award from the California League of Conservation Voters for his work in renewable natural gas and building America’s Natural Gas Highway. Mr. Littlefair graduated from the University of Southern California with a B.A. in Political Science. He and his wife have two sons. - See more at:

Raymond Burke
Raymond Burke Mr. Burke serves as our Vice President, Business Development (Solid Waste). In this role, Raymond focuses on developing new strategic growth opportunities for Clean Energy in the solid waste industry. He leads outreach efforts aimed at educating waste industry leaders on the benefits of using clean-burning natural gas fuel for their trash collection fleets. Prior to joining Clean Energy, Raymond served as Southern California Area Vice President for Waste Management, one of America’s largest solid waste companies. He began his career at a 50-route disposal company where he held operational posts leading up to General Manager. Raymond earned an MBA from Chapman University, Orange, CA. - See more at:

Harrison Clay
Harrison Clay
Mr. Clay serves as our President of Clean Energy subsidiary Clean Energy Renewable Fuels. In this role, Harrison is responsible for leading Clean Energy’s efforts to produce and sell renewable natural gas (or biomethane) that is derived from the anaerobic decomposition of organic waste.  Prior to joining Clean Energy in 2008, Mr. Clay worked at the San Francisco investment bank WR Hambrecht + Co.  Mr. Clay has extensive experience in structuring and trading environmental commodities, venture capital, corporate and project finance and the clean tech and energy industries. Mr. Clay has a JD from the University of Virginia and a dual AB in Anthropology and English from the University of Georgia. - See more at:

Clay Corbus
Clay Corbus

Mr. Corbus serves as our Senior Vice President, Strategic Development. In this role, Clay helps develop strategic growth opportunities, acquisitions and financing strategies for Clean Energy. Previously he was Co-CEO of WR Hambrecht & Co, the firm that managed Clean Energy’s 2007 IPO. Prior to that, he worked with Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette from 1989. He graduated from Dartmouth College with an AB in Government and has an MBA in Finance from Columbia University. Clay serves as a Director with three companies: Alaska Energy and Resources Co., and Goodwill of San Francisco.

Mitchell Pratt
Mr. Pratt serves as our Chief Operating Officer. In this role, Mitchell initiates business strategy and oversees production across all of Clean Energy’s divisions. Before coming to Clean Energy, Mitchell was the General Manager of the Natural Gas Vehicle (NGV) department for the Southern California Gas Company. His 18-year career represents a diverse background of leadership roles ranging from customer satisfaction, financial and distribution operations, to public policy, and sales and market development. He has a degree in Engineering as well as an MBA..

Robert Vreeland
Robert Vreeland
Robert Vreeland serves as our Chief Financial Officer. In this role he manages the finances for Clean Energy while seeking new revenue opportunities in the marketplace. Prior to this, Bob served as Vice President of Finance and Accounting at Clean Energy from 2012 to 2014. Before joining Clean Energy, Bob was a consultant at RV CPA Services, PLLC, a provider of certified public accounting services. From 1997 to 2009, Bob held various finance and accounting leadership positions including Interim CFO at Hypercom, a global manufacturer of electronic payment and transaction equipment. Prior to Hypercom, he spent twelve years at accounting firm Coopers & Lybrand. He has extensive experience leading global finance and accounting teams as well as deep tax and financial planning expertise. Bob earned a B.S. from Northern Arizona University and is a certified public accountant.

-- Gary Foster Senior Vice President, Corporate Communications
-- Peter Grace Senior Vice President, Sales and Finance
-- James Harger Senior Advisor to the CEO-Trucking
-- James Hooley Vice President, Federal Government Relations Don Horning Vice President, National Truck Team
-- Nate Jensen Vice President and General Counsel
-- Barbara Johnson Vice President, Administration
-- Chad M. Lindholm Vice President of Sales, Heavy Duty Trucking

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Customer Solutions:

Airport Service Vehicles

Price-Stable Efficiency Ready For TakeoffWe understand the logistic and economic pressure airport authorities face when supporting thousands of passengers a day. Stabilize your fuel budgets, potentially increase non-aviation revenue, and offer your community cleaner skies with clean natural gas fuel.Fueling taxis, parking, hotel and rental car shuttles alongside service vehicles at North America’s busiest airports, Clean Energy has built over 37 airport-serving natural gas fueling stations to create a greener transit environment and control costs for drivers and airport authorities alike. - See more at:


Your construction fleet must be efficient, clean, and cost-conscious on the job site and on deliveries. Manage your bottom line and distinguish your business as a community leader with price-stable natural gas, abundantly available in North America. - See more at:

Government Fleets

The pressure to enhance your community and balance budgets can be daunting. Switching your local fleets to natural gas is an easy way to win community support, clean up the environment and control costs. Clean Energy is already serving cities and municipalities across North America, which are now enjoying the benefits of natural gas. - See more at:

Heavy Duty Trucks

Carriers looking for cost stability and reliable fueling, choose Clean Energy as their natural gas fueling partner. - See more at:

Industrial Facilities

Switching to a reliable, cleaner-burning fuel is not only good for the communities where you do business, but it’s also smart for your bottom line. We deliver CNG and LNG to facility owners today, providing all the benefits of natural gas without the hassle of supply, logistics or price negotiations. - See more at:

Light & Medium Duty Trucks

Switching to a reliable, cleaner-burning fuel is not only good for the communities where you do business, but it’s also smart for your bottom line. - See more at:


We’ll take care of everything you need to accommodate the LNG fueling process, from fitting plant-to-dock pipelines to modifications and upgrades to both your yard and dock. And of course, Clean Energy will help you navigate through the necessary permitting to make this change happen. It’s a part of the process we know well, and our experts will help make it quick and worry-free. - See more at:


Your mining fleet must be efficient, clean and cost-conscious on the work site. Manage your bottom line and distinguish your business as a community leader with price-stable natural gas, abundantly available in North America. - See more at:


In order to stay competitive in the evolving transportation industry, railroads are choosing Clean Energy as their natural gas fueling partner. We have pioneered the use of natural gas fuel in other transportation market segments, and we’ll use this depth of knowledge to help you forge the way forward in LNG-fueled locomotion. - See more at:


You are in the business of managing waste and budgets while making the world a cleaner place. Natural gas fuel for your refuse fleet can help you reach every one of these goals. That’s more than gasoline or diesel can say. - See more at:


Win customers, build loyalty and manage costs by going green. When you team up with Clean Energy, your fleet starts controlling fuel costs from day one, and customers who ride with you will feel good about their sound, environmental choice. - See more at:


Your customers rely on your fleet to get them where they need to go, and to do it responsibly. Gain loyalty and repeat business with a more cost-effective, environmentally friendly fuel for your taxis. - See more at:


Build a cleaner, more cost-efficient transit system for your community. - See more at:

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Clean Energy Compression The Industry Standard in CNG Equipment A leading manufacturer of fast natural gas compressors and related equipment, Clean Energy Compression provides product and service expertise around the world.

Clean Energy Cryogenics The Station of Choice From The Ground Up A leading provider of LNG and LNG and CNG combination fueling facilities, Clean Energy Cryogenics sets the standard from design and construction to operation and management. -

Clean Energy Renewables Fueling A Renewable Future Operating three U.S. processing facilities, Clean Energy Renewables is a leading producer of biomethane fuels, including Redeem, the first renewable natural gas for commercial vehicles.

NG Advantage Delivering Natural Gas to Large Industrial Sites For Process Heating NG Advantage is Clean Energy's partner responsible for delivering the benefits of compressed natural gas to off-pipeline industrial plants as an energy source for process and comfort heating. - See more at:

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#3802  Sticky Note Press Release: Clean Energy Delivers Record 50.6 Million mick 10/15/14 05:40:32 PM
#6575   My PROOF: Jack_Bolander 12/12/17 04:36:34 PM
#6574   The proof is right here right in this pack10 12/12/17 12:05:53 PM
#6573   So you don't have a a LINK. Jack_Bolander 12/12/17 12:03:55 PM
#6572   You provide you're opinion. What link? pack10 12/12/17 11:59:54 AM
#6571   Cleaner Than NGV's... LOWEST COSTS !!! Jack_Bolander 12/12/17 11:46:51 AM
#6570   Doesn't matter one bit. These engines pack10 12/12/17 11:45:35 AM
#6569   Not really...please read the story again. Jack_Bolander 12/12/17 11:42:25 AM
#6568   Its about real life applications. Not pack10 12/12/17 11:32:12 AM
#6567   Is this your "PROOF" that an NGV with Jack_Bolander 12/12/17 11:18:46 AM
#6566   Excellent article on a trucker who knows pack10 12/11/17 07:40:50 PM
#6565   Latest on fuel prices with a KICKER!! pack10 12/11/17 07:17:43 PM
#6564   How many years / decades will it take Jack_Bolander 12/11/17 06:07:52 PM
#6563   This concept sounds like what's used in an robertc1 12/11/17 03:28:32 PM
#6562 Mazzar 12/11/17 02:30:06 PM
#6561   Good for California... Jack_Bolander 12/06/17 02:12:43 PM
#6560   I am still curious as to why you Jack_Bolander 12/06/17 01:10:05 PM
#6559   Good find Whas pack10 12/06/17 01:09:28 PM
#6558   You just sit back and watch. pack10 12/06/17 01:07:18 PM
#6557   Guess electric not sold here. whassup 12/06/17 01:06:26 PM
#6556   Good for Poland, but back home: whassup 12/06/17 01:02:28 PM
#6555   But more telling would be the comparative economics Jack_Bolander 12/06/17 12:45:16 PM
#6554   I wish we did have statistics on number pack10 12/06/17 12:41:14 PM
#6553   I DOUBT THAT, TOO: Jack_Bolander 12/06/17 12:31:15 PM
#6552   I doubt that, no one cares. pack10 12/06/17 12:29:00 PM
#6551   WRONG AGAIN ! Jack_Bolander 12/06/17 12:19:02 PM
#6550   I didn't say he owned one either... Jack_Bolander 12/06/17 12:15:07 PM
#6549   OMG JACK. I didn't say pack10 12/06/17 12:11:34 PM
#6548   WRONG AGAIN ! Jack_Bolander 12/06/17 12:08:31 PM
#6547   In the automobile world yes. In pack10 12/06/17 12:06:20 PM
#6546   And still the conversion economics are NOT COMPELLING Jack_Bolander 12/06/17 11:59:30 AM
#6545   I kinda liked that four pack I put xanadu 12/06/17 11:35:24 AM
#6544   Weekly fuel report. Diesel fuel is up pack10 12/06/17 09:15:36 AM
#6543   I've been telling everyone since early this year pack10 12/05/17 08:29:03 AM
#6542   Cleaner than RNG ? Jack_Bolander 12/05/17 01:28:46 AM
#6541   Unless he gives up on his Tesla electric Three2001 12/04/17 04:52:50 PM
#6539   Wrong again... please edit your post to say Jack_Bolander 12/04/17 04:48:49 PM
#6538   Thats only 2 years and 26 days away. pack10 12/04/17 04:46:53 PM
#6537   BY 2020, ZEV TRUCKS will be out selling NGV's. Jack_Bolander 12/04/17 04:18:51 PM
#6536   You are totally correct Jack, in the year pack10 12/04/17 11:33:49 AM
#6535   Here is the future: ZEV's Jack_Bolander 12/04/17 09:57:59 AM
#6534   Funny you should mention a buyout. pack10 12/04/17 09:02:01 AM
#6533   I agree on being "ticked off". pack10 12/03/17 10:06:48 AM
#6532   A whole lot of offloaded small portions over Hypocrates 12/02/17 03:51:35 PM
#6531   That would be a small portion of what xanadu 12/02/17 02:16:22 PM
#6530   Would T Boone have offloaded all his shares Hypocrates 12/01/17 09:40:26 PM
#6529   While daydreaming. why not UPS having completed it's xanadu 12/01/17 07:42:07 PM
#6528   While daydreaming. why not UPS having completed it's xanadu 12/01/17 07:39:27 PM
#6527   wow but my read is that millions of xanadu 12/01/17 07:15:15 PM
#6526   More shares being scam!! Hypocrates 12/01/17 05:22:46 PM
#6525   LOOK AGAIN !!! Jack_Bolander 12/01/17 02:55:07 PM