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Clean Energy secures ownership of Las Vegas CNG stations

Posted on November 7, 2008

The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) agreed to transfer ownership of five existing Las Vegas compressed natural gas (CNG) public access fueling stations to Clean Energy Fuels Corp., pending Clean Energy entering into lease agreements with the landowners at the sites of the five stations.

Additionally, the company will assume management and maintenance responsibilities for the stations, which can serve growing numbers of CNG-powered municipal fleet vehicles, airport and hotel shuttle vans, limousines, taxis and passenger cars. Clean Energy has entered into a lease agreement with the owners of three of the stations.

Clean Energy's acquisition of RTC's public access fuel station network complements RTC's April 2008 contract award to Clean Energy to operate and maintain two RTC transit fueling stations in Las Vegas.

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