Clean Energy Fuels Corp. said it has joined a consortium with Ferus Natural Gas Fuels, GE Ventures and GE Financial Services to develop regional liquefied natural gas production facilities.
The companies said the partnership, called Eagle LNG Partners, will identify U.S. locations where it can develop, own and operate LNG plants.
“Natural gas is revolutionizing the fueling of long-haul trucking and other high-horsepower applications. With massive amounts of domestic reserves, America is facing a generational opportunity to move to a more secure, less expensive and cleaner-burning fuel,” John Shepherd, managing director at GE Energy Financial Services, said in a statement.
“Eagle LNG Partners’ mission is to provide customers with technology and know-how to confidently make the switch,” he said.
Eagle said in some markets, such as oil and gas and marine, it is capable of providing customers with LNG transportation and delivery, on-site storage, gasification and dispensing.