Clean Energy Opens First LNG Station in Florida and Signs New Multi-year Fueling Agreements

  Clean Energy Opens First LNG Station in Florida and Signs New Multi-year
  Fueling Agreements

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NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. -- January 15, 2014

Clean Energy Fuels Corp. (NASDAQ: CLNE) announced today the opening of the
first liquefied natural gas (LNG) fueling station in Florida, as well as the
opening of the company’s America’s Natural Gas Highway stations in Pontoon
Beach, Ill., and Fontana, Calif., to fuel heavy-duty natural gas trucks. The
company also announced select deals in the transit and refuse sectors building
on its portfolio of natural gas fuel customers across the country.

            Clean Energy Opens the First LNG Fueling Station in Florida and
Trucking:  its Pontoon Beach, Ill., and Fontana, Calif., Stations, All Part
            of America’s Natural Gas Highway

            • Clean Energy opens its public-access Jacksonville LNG fueling
            station, the first in the State, making Jacksonville a key stop in
            America’s Natural Gas Highway and the LNG gateway to Southern

            • Representatives from United Parcel Service (UPS) and Raven
            Transport, which will be fueling at the Jacksonville station, will
            be speaking at a grand opening ceremony later today.

            “The opening of the Jacksonville station, the very first LNG
            station in the State of Florida, is a win for Jacksonville as it
            represents a greener fueling option and continued economic
            activity in the important and growing field of natural gas. My
            administration is committed to supporting innovators like Clean
            Energy that drive investment and job creation with a 21st Century
            vision in Jacksonville."

            --The Honorable Alvin Brown, Mayor of Jacksonville, Florida

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            Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) Plans to Convert Entire Bus Fleet
Transit:    to CNG and Signs Multi-year Agreement with Clean Energy to
            Maintain DART’s Four CNG Fueling Stations

            • DART plans to deploy 580 compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles
            to support its transportation service for the greater-Dallas-area.
            Once fully deployed, these vehicles are forecasted to use
            approximately seven million gasoline-gallon-equivalents (GGEs) per

            • Clean Energy designed and built the four CNG fueling stations
            for the DART network in 2012.

            “DART is one of the largest transit fleets in Texas, operating in
            13 cities and covering 700 square miles. By transitioning our
            entire fleet to CNG and contracting with Clean Energy, we are able
            to offer our nearly 40 million annual bus customers a more
            sustainable and cost-efficient transit experience.”

            --Mike Hubbell, vice president of maintenance, Dallas Area Rapid

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Refuse:     Smithtown, New York, Renews Natural Gas Contract with Clean Energy
            for Seven More Years

            • In 2006, Smithtown became the first community on the East Coast
            to require all residential refuse and recycling contractors to use
            natural gas powered trucks. As a result, four private collection
            contractors operating on behalf of Smithtown and the Town’s own
            municipal vehicle fleet began fueling with Clean Energy.

            • The 25 compressed natural gas vehicles serving Smithtown are
            expected to consume approximately 250,000 GGEs of CNG per year.

            “In 2006, Smithtown saw the potential of natural gas in a way many
            other communities were still discovering. Making the switch to
            natural gas has proven to be a smart investment from both an
            economic and environmental perspective. We look forward to
            continuing a very successful relationship with Clean Energy.”

            --Russell K. Barnett, environmental protection director,
            Smithtown, New York
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An insider’s look at what this means for the Alternative Fuel Industry from
Clean Energy’s President and CEO, Andrew J. Littlefair:

We’ve begun the year with important expansions in our nationwide network
including the opening of the first LNG station in Florida today. Florida has
taken several steps to support the adoption of natural gas vehicles and we’re
expanding the necessary infrastructure accordingly to support this
forward-looking state. Heavy-duty truck fleets have also begun filling up at
our Pontoon Beach, Ill., and Fontana, Calif., stations as the heavy-duty
trucking segment continues its transition to natural gas across the country.
The New Year also saw longtime customers such as DART and the city of
Smithtown sign new fueling contracts with Clean Energy, which is a welcome way
to kick off 2014.

About Clean EnergyFuels Corp.

Clean Energy Fuels Corp. (Nasdaq: CLNE) is the largest provider of natural gas
fuel for transportation in North America. We build and operate compressed
natural gas (CNG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG) fueling stations;
manufacture CNG and LNG equipment and technologies for ourselves and other
companies; and develop renewable natural gas (RNG) production facilities. For
more information,

Forward-Looking Statements

This news release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of
Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities
Exchange Act of 1934 that involve risks, uncertainties and assumptions,
including statements about the amounts of natural gas fuel expected to be
consumed by Smithtown and DART, respectively. Actual results and the timing of
events could differ materially from those anticipated in these forward-looking
statements as a result of several factors. The forward-looking statements made
herein speak only as of the date of this press release and, unless otherwise
required by law, the Company undertakes no obligation to publicly update such
forward-looking statements to reflect subsequent events or circumstances.
Additionally, the reports and other documents the Company files with the SEC
(available at contain risk factors, which may cause actual
results to differ materially from the forward-looking statements contained in
this news release.


Clean Energy Fuels Corp.
Media Contact:
Patric Rayburn
Investor Contact:
Tony Kritzer
Director, Investor Relations
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