Clean Energy to expand LNG truck fueling infrastructure

  • 01-Mar-2010 04:26 EST
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Clean Energy plans to expand its network of LNG truck fueling stations in Southern California and eventually create a Southwest LNG trucking corridor. Shown is its existing Port of Long Beach station.

A 10-station network of liquefied natural gas (LNG) truck fueling stations in urban centers and along major truck routes in Southern California is the first phase of Clean Energy Fuels Corp.’s planned Southwest LNG trucking corridor. The company says it will expand its existing network in Southern California this year beyond its current two LNG stations located at the Los Angeles/Long Beach ports complex. Los Angeles, Commerce, Industry, Fontana, Riverside, Tulare, Barstow, and Otay Mesa/San Diego have been pegged as locations for new or upgraded Clean Energy LNG fueling facilities. These stations will form what the company calls the backbone of its LNG fueling expansion efforts into the Southwestern region of the U.S.; Clean Energy plans to eventually connect this group of stations in Southern California to Northern California, Arizona, Nevada, and Utah.

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