Clean Energy's (CLNE +10.6%) partnership with GE to build two liquefied natural gas plants won't...

Clean Energy's (CLNE +10.6%) partnership with GE to build two liquefied natural gas plants won't have an immediate impact on CLNE’s volumes, but "taking action to ensure a stable LNG supply is important to the long-term adoption of LNG fueling" in the U.S., Simmons analysts say in supporting the deal.
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  • ronwagn
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    This will speed up the LNG and CNG highway, awareness and adoption of both fuels. The dual diesel/LNG mixer engine conversions are the other big catalysts that I see right now.
    This is an extremely important story. This will enable many to convert to the Peake system that do not want a full conversion. Independent truckers, small companies, and those without enough financial strength. The quick payback makes it a no brainer for them. Many other large engines in stationary applications might be able to adapt this also. The fact that they have the kits themselves is very important. Sounds like a great investment.
    13 Nov 2012, 01:08 PM Reply Like
  • Trainer
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    CLNE reminds me so much of Amazon in it's early days. They're burning through cash at such a horrendous rate that the bears are frothing at the mouth in dismay. But once the pieces all come together..... WOW!
    13 Nov 2012, 01:11 PM Reply Like
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