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Discounting a couple spikes above $20, Clean Energy Fuels' (CLNE) stock has been dead money for years now. CLNE has struggled in solving the chicken-and-egg problem of refueling stations and the number of natural gas vehicles deployed to use them. Not helping, the struggle has been played out during a slow-growth economy due to the financial crisis and a reining in of capital expenditures. However, there is a big catalyst for why 2014 will be an inflection point for CLNE: a new natural gas engine from Cummins Inc (CMI). The acceptance of this engine in the long-haul trucking sector will have a significant effect on the gas gallon equivalents ("GGEs") delivered by CLNE in...

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