• 99 Cent Stores added 13 LNG trucks to their Southern California fleet.

• California Cartage Company signed an agreement with Clean Energy to construct a fueling station for yard hostlers at its container site in Los Angeles.

• Red Bull has recently deployed two new LNG trucks in CA.

• Land O’Lakes added eight LNG trucks to its CA fleet.

• Cintas has deployed four LNG trucks in CA.

Stations on Clean Energy’s “America’s Natural Gas Highway®” Completed November 2012 – January 2013

• Gretna, NE Flying J

• West Memphis, AR Flying J

• Wells, NV Flying J

• Lafayette, LA Clean Energy

• Midland, TX Flying J

• Pontoon Beach, IL Flying J

• Roland, OK Pilot Station

• Perrysburg, OH Flying J

• Lake Station, IN Flying J

• Indianapolis, IN Flying J

• Shreveport, LA Flying J

• Cheyenne, WY Flying J

• Lake Havasu, AZ Pilot

• Jacksonville, FL Pilot

• Matthews, MO Flying J

• Mesquite, TX Clean Energy

• Oak Creek, WI Pilot

• Altoona, IA Pilot

• Fort Worth TX South Clean Energy

• Albuquerque, NM Flying J

• Coachella, CA Clean Energy

• North Platte, NE Flying J

New Fueling Station Agreements Signed with Regional Partners As Clean Energy continues to build out its America’s Natural Gas Highway, we have signed agreements with regional partners that provide a network of locations for additional natural gas fueling stations. We will work with the below partners to identify strategic locations for new Clean Energy stations.

• Road Ranger, a leading truck stop, gas station and convenience store chain in the Midwest

• Suhaan Group, a Houston-based regional operator of truck fueling stations

• Petroleum Wholesale, a Southwest operator of truck stations and gasoline stations

Copyright Business Wire 2010

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