Clean Energy Fuels (NAS: CLNE) recently reported a loss for the third quarter, but fortunately for investors, revenue rose on higher gallons of natural gas delivered. The company had a net loss of $0.19 per share, but revenues rose nicely to $91.5 million, from $72.1 million.
Things may be looking up for Clean Energy, as it received a $150 million cash infusion last year to help it build a nationwide network of natural-gas truck-fueling stations. To get more information on how Clean Energy may be dominating the trucking industry, Fool.com analyst Joel South has the 411 for you in the following video.
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