Clean Energy has signed a three-year contract with Los Angeles World Airports to supply LNG fuel to the Los Angeles International Airport fleet.
Annual volume is estimated at approximately 2,000,000 gallons of LNG.
The LNG fleet comprises more than 60 full-size, parking lot buses and other vehicles.
Over 300 additional light-, medium- and heavy-duty natural gas vehicles in the airport fleet, including police vehicles, trucks, vans and sedans, fuel at Clean Energy's public access CNG station. It serves more than 500 customers overall.
The new LNG contract extends Clean Energy's partnership with the airport where the company has been the long-term CNG fuel provider.
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