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Clean Energy, Navistar announce partnership

Posted on February 2, 2012

Clean Energy Fuels Corp. signed a strategic joint marketing and fueling agreement with Navistar International Corp., which will see Clean Energy provide a comprehensive CNG/LNG fueling solution designed to meet Navistar customer demands and bring new customers into the natural gas market.

Specifically, Clean Energy will work with Navistar and its customers to provide truck lessees with fueling contracts whose fuel cost savings help to lower overall costs. Clean Energy also expects to participate with Navistar in selected trucking industry exhibitions and provide assistance on dealer outreach and education on fueling issues.

Clean Energy designs, builds and operates stations that supply CNG and LNG fuel. It operates hundreds of natural gas fueling stations nationwide and is developing America's Natural Gas Highway, a "backbone network" of 150 LNG fueling stations that will enable goods movement coast-to-coast and border-to-border.

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