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The Road to Natural Gas Vol. IV

ROADTO NATURAL GASVolume IVJune 17, 2013

The fourth edition of ROAD TO NATURAL GAS includes updates of CleanEnergy’s growing portfolio of customers making the switch to natural gas asa transportation fuel or expanding their current fleets includingGE Transportation, the company‘s first rail customer.Another notable advancement was UPS’s recent announcement that it willexpand its LNG fleet with 700 additional tractors by the end of 2014. Thisexpansion of a fleet by an industry-leader is a strong signal that natural gasfuel will play a major role in the future of trucking. Clean Energy will openmultiple stations on America’s Natural Gas Highway ® and expand it withadditional stations to support the expanding UPS LNG fleet.This edition contains a listing of agreements signed since the third editionwas released on February 25, 2013.RailThe railroad industry in the United States consumes 3.3 billion gallons ofdiesel a year. GE Transportation, the world’s leading manufacturer ofdiesel-electric locomotives, has chosen Clean Energy as its fuel partner asit explores the opportunity to expand its offering to include LNG-poweredlocomotives.Already a technology leader in the railindustry, GE Transportation conducted atest using LNG in a converted dual fuellocomotive on May 24 in Erie, PA. CleanEnergy provided the fuel from its PickensLNG Plant, fueling equipment andoperational fueling consulting.

REFUSE& OTHER VOCATIONALINDUSTRIESNatural gas adoption continues aggressive growth within this segment;it is expected that 60 percent of new refuse trucks purchased in 2013 willbe fueled by natural gas. Notable developments since the last edition ofROAD TO NATURAL GAS include:Progressive Waste Solutions/BFICanada in Barrie, Ontario will beginfueling 61 CNG trucks with CleanEnergy.Clean Energy completed construction ofan additional CNG fueling station forRepublic Services in Salinas, CA to fuel30 CNG trucks.Garaventa Enterprises signed acontract for Clean Energy to build aportable CNG fueling station in Concord,CA to fuel four trucks initially and plansto expand this fleet to more than 70.CR&R Waste Services in Perris, CAcontracted Clean Energy to maintaintheir 50-truck CNG station.Ferrara Bros. Building MaterialsCorp. in Flushing, NY will deploy anadditional 12 CNG cement trucks.Napa Valley Petroleum awarded CleanEnergy a contract to upgrade andoperate a CNG station in Napa, CA forrefuse, transit and airport shuttles.The State of Colorado beganimplementing its CNG fleet programwith the purchase of 81 NGVs andplans to add 182 NGVs in 2014. CleanEnergy is constructing a new CNGfueling station in Denver to supportthis growing fleet.Mission Linen Supply, a leading providerof uniform rental products, services andsupplies in California, Arizona, Texas,Oregon, and New Mexico expanded itsfleet of NGVs to six.

AIRPORTSHUTTLES, TAXIS & FLEETSThis segment continued its impressive performance for Clean Energyby delivering over 1.7 million gallons of natural gas in the last threemonths. Additional developments since the last edition of ROAD TONATURAL GAS include:Enterprise Rent-A-Car ordered 15additional CNG buses expanding theirfleet size to 30 at Los AngelesInternational.Hertz added six CNG buses to its fleet of34 natural gas vehicles servicing LAX.Clean Energy executed a contract tooperate its CNG station at SanFrancisco International for anadditional nine years including a stationupgrade. As of May 31, 2013, 100percent of the shuttle vans operating atSFO will be CNG, representing over 200vans.Clean Energy was selected to assumethe short-term lease and operation ofMassport’s CNG fueling station atBoston’s Logan. The station fuelsMassport’s CNG fleet of transit busesand passenger vehicles as well asthird-party fuelers.Clean Energy was awarded the repairand maintenance agreement for theCNG station at Washington’s ReaganNational which operates six CNGbuses.MGM Hotel in Las Vegas, NV orderedsix CNG Cadillac Escalade Limousines.The City of Chicago selected CleanEnergy to own and operate a CNGstation at O’Hare International.Courtyard Marriot at Newark LibertyInternational in New Jersey will beginfueling two shuttle buses with CleanEnergy.TRUCKINGSHIPPERS & CARRIERSMomentum continues to build with long-haul trucking’s transition tonatural gas, below are a few recent developments within this segment:UPS announced it will purchase anadditional 700 LNG trucks and plansto build four LNG stations by the endof 2014. Clean Energy will supportthis expansion by either constructingLNG stations or opening America’sNatural Gas Highway (ANGH)stations in Amarillo, North Houston,Mesquite and San Antonio as thefleet is deployed in Texas.Land O’ Lakes added eight CNGtractors to its existing fleet of LNGtractors deployed in Tulare, CA.Fox Transportation of Los Angelesadded 20 CNG trucks and plans toexpand its fleet with both CNG and LNGvehicles.Dillon Transport is adding 25 LNGtrucks which will fuel at Clean Energy’sANGH station at Dillon’s Dallas, TXTerminal.

TRANSITApproximately 35 percent of new buses purchased in 2013 will be fueled bynatural gas. Clean Energy’s expansion in this segment since Februaryincludes:Clean Energy was awarded a newcontract to build and operate anadditional CNG fueling station for thenation’s largest natural gas fleet,operated by the Los Angeles CountyMetropolitan TransportationAuthority.Hillsborough County Area RegionalTransit in Tampa, FL has begundeployment of 250 CNG buses, all ofwhich will be fueled at a private fuelingstation to be constructed by CleanEnergy.Clean Energy upgraded an LCNGstation for City of Commerce, CA andextended its operations, servicemaintenance and LNG supply contractfor six years.Long-time Clean Energy customer, BigBlue Bus in Santa Monica, CA replacedan additional 19 diesel buses with CNGbuses.The City of Santa Clarita, CA ordered11 CNG buses.Montebello Bus Lines in Californiaordered 15 CNG buses to replaceexisting diesel buses.The Regional TransportationCommission of Southern Nevada isadding 45 CNG buses and supportvehicles to its fleet which fuel at CleanEnergy stations.The Orange County Transit Authorityin California added five CNG buses.The Valley Regional Transit in Nampa,ID ordered seven additional CNGbuses.Hofstra University on Long Island, NYwill begin fueling its CNG shuttle buswith Clean Energy.Yale University in New Haven, CT willbegin fueling its three paratransitvehicles with Clean Energy.Sacramento Regional Transit awardedClean Energy a repair and maintenancecontract for their natural gas station.Napa Valley Unified School District inCalifornia began fueling its fleet of 43CNG school buses at a station recentlyacquired and upgraded by CleanEnergy.

FACILITIESMODIFICATIONClean Energy recently created a new Facilities Modification Servicesbusiness unit to meet the growing demand for maintenance facilitiesas more fleets transition and expand to natural gas.Clean Energy was selected by HillsboroughCounty Area Regional Transit in Tampa, FLto design, build, operate and maintain a new250-bus CNG fueling station for the county’stransit system. The agreement also includesa facilities modification and repair contract tomodify two repair garage facilities as well asa five-year operation and maintenanceagreement.Clean Energy consulted withapproximately 100 customers on coderequirements and provided 55 siteassessment reports detailing requiredbuilding modifications, design andconstruction services and associatedcosts for upgrading facilities.VEHICLECONVERSIONSA growing number of companies and organizations are modifying their fleetsto take advantage of the economic and environmental benefits of natural gas.Select recent highlights achieved by Clean Energy subsidiary BAF include:The Southern California Gas Companyordered the modification of 75 Ford F-250trucks.Home City Ice of Cincinnati, OH willconvert an initial 14 Ford F-650 trucks.BAF has 10 Ford F-Series trucks on orderfor AAA of Oklahoma.BAF won a bid to convert numerousvehicles for the National Joint PowersAlliance of Staples, MN.>BAF launched the Ford F-59“Strip-Chassis” at the National TruckEquipment Association show with greatinterest from national fleets. Themodel offers features that are criticalto the commercial vehicle marketssuch as multi-stop couriers, linen andlaundry, and food and beverage.BAF subsidiary ServoTech, located inBelleville, MI, secured contracts toprovide emissions abatement using itsproprietary DeNOxerTM technologywhich reduces plant emissions up to 95percent.

America’s Natural Gas Highway ®The Clean Energy Solution2012/2013 Corridor Plan2012 Stations2012 Corridors2013 StationsLNG Truck Fueling coast-to-coast and border-to-borderLong Beach, CA Las Vegas, NVDallas, TX Baytown, TXSeville, OHTrucks powered by cleaner, cheaper and All-American natural gas will travel thecountry on America’s Natural Gas Highway. We are building a network of LNG truckfueling stations on the Interstate Highway System and in major metropolitan areas.Natural gas fueling infrastructure will be available to serve long-haul trucks travelingacross the USA as well as regional trucks working within local areas.www.cleanenergyfuels.comNasdaq: CLNE

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