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City of Monroe, NC Natural Gas Fueling Station Infrastructure . March 27 , 2013. About Clean Energy – (NASDAQ: CLNE). Founded in 1996 by Boone Pickens Largest provider of vehicular natural gas (CNG & LNG) in North America − 166 Million gallons sold during 2012

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about clean energy nasdaq clne
About Clean Energy – (NASDAQ: CLNE)

Founded in 1996 by Boone Pickens

Largest provider of vehicular natural gas (CNG & LNG) in North America

−166 Million gallons sold during 2012

Fuel 26,000 + customer vehicles daily

Full service

Design, Build & Operate Stations

90 + Fuel and Fleet Marketing Team

Landfill Gas Producer & Operator

Grants Writing Staff (Awarded over $255 Million in Federal & State Grants)

Financing for Stations & Fleets

Operating Territory

300+ stations

22 U.S. States

27 Airports

about clean energy nasdaq clne1

Largest Natural Gas Fuel Provider in North America

Leading Provider of Natural Gas As a Transportation Fuel





Natural Gas



Natural Gas

Fueling Stations

About Clean Energy (NASDAQ: CLNE)

150 Million


Natural Gas

Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)

Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)


Transit Buses

LNG Tanker


Port Trucking



Regional Trucking

LNG Station


BAF, Leading U.S. Provider of NGVs

  • Only Ford QVM (Qualified Vehicle Modifier) for CNG vehicles, full Ford warranty
  • Contracted to convert 8,000 AT&T vehicles & 500 Verizon vehicles
    • 2,500 on road
  • Located in Dallas, but with facilities or certified installation operations in most major metropolitan hubs across the country

200 Year Supply and Growing32 of 50 States Produce Natural Gas










New Albany


> 80%

Supply from U.S.









Supply is from

N. America

Eagle Ford/Pearsall

Natural gas producing state

Non producing state

Source: EIA

U.S. natural gas deposits are far more widespread and larger than U.S. coal deposits

ngvs are a good fit sectors
NGVs Are a “Good Fit”- SECTORS
  • Local/State Government
    • All Depts.
  • Airports
    • Terminal Buses, Hotel/Parking Shuttles, Taxis, Door-to-Door
  • Refuse
    • Collection/Transfer
  • Transit
    • Buses, Maintenance, Supervisors
  • School Districts
    • Buses, District personnel
  • “Short-Haul” Delivery
    • Food & Beverage, Floral
  • Utilities
    • Gas/Electric/Water, Communications
why natural gas for vocational trucks
Why Natural Gas For Vocational Trucks?

Less Expensive Than Diesel

Today you can save $1.00 to $1.50 per gallon compared to diesel.

No DEF Fluid Needed

EIA projects low cost NG out to 2035 due to increased US production.

Works - Proven Technology

The Cummins Westport engine is a dedicated natural gas engine with over 30,000 units produced.

No Need for DPF or SCR systems


98% Domestically Produced

Price not Influenced by Global Politics

120+ Years of Domestic Reserves

Cleaner and Quieter

Reduces green house gas emissions by 23% compared to diesel

Significant noise reductions – 90% quieter

Replacing one diesel truck with one that operates on natural gas has the same emissions benefits as taking 325 cars off the road per year

station design cost considerations
Station Design/Cost Considerations
  • Do you have gas on site? What is the inlet pressure? Do you have 3 phase power? Inlet pressure factors into compression
  • Stations are sized based on the number of vehicles, gallons used per day & fueling window
  • Standard Cubic Feet per Minute (SCFM) = throughput
  • The higher the SCFM the more compression equipment/money (Redundancy Vs. Single Compressor)
  • Fast-fill station = can fill vehicles in rapid succession
  • Time-fill station = fuel window between 6-12 hours by design
typical compressor compounds
Typical Compressor Compounds

Gas Dryer

Compressor Skid

NG Storage Vessels

clean energy fast fill stations
Clean Energy Fast-Fill Stations

Baltimore / BWI

City of College Park, Atlanta Hartsfield Airport

Clean Energy/ Quarles Richmond, VA

Smithtown, NY

richmond va public access station 24 7 365
Richmond, VA Public- Access Station 24/7/365

Clean Energy’s Partnerships with both National & Regional Fuel Network Providers enables “fast tract” station development in strategic locations

natural gas cost less than diesel
Natural Gas Cost Less Than Diesel
  • Natural Gas Averages $1.00 to $2.00 a gallon equivalent less than diesel
  • Savings on Fuel Can Allow for a Quick Payback for the Additional Equipment Cost associated with CNG Vehicles.
  • Typical Fuel usage is 40 DGE’s per day or 10,000 DGE’s per year (250 Working Days)
  • 7 Year Average Equipment Life
  • CNG Incremental Equipment Cost is Between $30,000 and $40,000

Fuel Savings per DGE: $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 $1.75 $2.00

Savings per Year: $10,000 $12,500 $15,000 $17,500 $20,000

Total Savings over 7 Years: $70,000 $87,500 $105,000 $122,500 $140,000

Incremental Cost Payback in Years

$30,000 3.0 2.4 2.0 1.7 1.5

$35,000 3.5 2.8 2.3 2.0 1.8

$40,000 4.0 2.8 2.7 2.3 2.0

building modifications code requirements
Building Modifications & Code Requirements
  • NFPA 30A: Code for Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities and Repair Garages
  • Ventilation requirements:
    • Exhaust duct openings shall be located so they effectively remove vapor accumulations at floor level from all parts of the floor area
    • Repair garage’s forced air heating, air-conditioning & ventilation systems shall not be connected to any other systems in the building
  • Heat producing appliances requirements:
    • No open flame heaters or heating equipment with exposed surfaces producing a temperature in excess of 750 degrees Fahrenheit
      • Appliances need to meet NFPA 90A, NFPA 31, NFPA 211 & NFPA 82
  • Non-explosive lighting needs to be installed if lights are within 18 inches of the ceiling
next steps
Next Steps
  • NG Trucks are the Best Transportation Solution long-term
    • Lower operating costs, sustainable & growing price differential
  • If NG Trucks are opportunity for your fleet, then “Scope the Opportunity” with us
    • We will analyze your Company’s Transportation Data
      • Where does your Fleet travel most?
      • What is the monthly fuel consumption?
  • Identify specific “Corridors” that have sufficient fuel use and overlap with America’s Natural Gas Highway
  • If private NG station is desired, Clean Energy will build, operate and maintain the facilities over a long-term contract
    • With Customer or Clean Energy capital
lng cng fuel tank configuration
LNG & CNG Fuel Tank Configuration

LNG Tanks

  • LNG 119 Gallon, effective size - 60 DGE, wet weight 495 lbs
  • LNG 150 Gallon, effective size - 75 DGE, wet weight 1093 lbs
  • CNG 60 Gallon Rear – 4 Tanks, effective size 48 DGE, wet weight 1450 lbs

CNG Tanks

  • CNG 75 Gallon Rear – 5 Tanks, effective size 60 DGE, wet weight 2025 lbs
  • The benefits of natural gas for vehicles is that it is CLEANER, CHEAPER, and Domestic
  • Natural gas refuse trucks can reduce GHG by over 23% vs. diesel
  • Cities and private companies are making the transition to natural gas vehicles due to economic and environmental reasons
  • Public policy is driving further interest in natural gas for low carbon and domestic energy security reasons
  • Excellent examples exist across the US for municipalities and private companies to emulate
clean energy sector contacts
Clean Energy Sector Contacts

Jim Norris

Business Development Manager

Airport Sector

Cell (703) 439-9801

Greg Martin

Business Development Manager

Vocational Fleet Sector

Cell (202) 747-4148

Howard Harris

Business Development Manager

Transit Sector

Cell (202) 870–6387

Dave Mazerowski

Business Development Manager

Truck Sector

Cell (770) 823-2854