Clean Energy opens two new stations, expands CNG network

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Updated Mar 13, 2014

Natural gas company Clean Energy Fuels has opened two new America’s Natural Gas Highway stations for Raven Transport and Epes Transport System to provide the fleets with liquified natural gas.

The Raven station is in London, Ohio, and the Epes station is in Valdosta, Ga., and will fuel the fleets’ natural gas trucks serving a Lowe’s distribution center there.

Clean Energy also opened a new station in San Antonio, which makes it the first company to offer both LNG and CNG in the Texas Triangle, it says.

The company also announced it will be upgrading the equipment at six existing PECO compressed natural gas stations in Pennsylvania, and it will be managing new and existing sales and fleet accounts at the stations.