Heavy Duty Truck Natural Gas Fueling Station November 20, 2014 CNG and LNG for Heavy Duty Trucking Nov 20, 2014 Duration: 1 hr Event Outline: Join Jim for a comprehensive presentation covering the business case, capital costs, engineering and process changes involved with converting your heavy duty trucking fleet to cleaner, cheaper Natural Gas. Will include detailed illustrations for fleet owners, operators, service technicians and financial teams on considerations of conversions, OEM fleets, facilities requirements and more. Video Presentation: What You’ll Learn: Introduction to natural gas for heavy duty trucking Overview of current improvements to fill times, tank range and capacity Examination of best case applications for CNG& LNG– choosing the right one for your fleet needs General feasibility numbers and ROI Case Studies Who Should Attend: Heavy Duty Fleet Owners and Managers Consulting Engineers Sustainability experts Operations and Finance Your Speaker: Jim Harger Cheif Marketing Officer Clean Energy Mr. Harger leads Clean Energy’s effort to expand the heavy-duty trucking market. He has been involved in the natural gas business for over 30 years, the past 20 years dedicated to marketing Natural Gas Vehicles (NGVs) and building fueling stations. Previously, Jim worked for the Southern California Gas Company (SoCal) for 14 year; the last five years developing marketing strategy for NGVs. In 1997, he joined Pickens Fuel Corp. (the predecessor to Clean Energy) as Vice President of Marketing. He was the company’s second employee. In June 2007, he assisted in Clean Energy’s (Nasdaq: CLNE) successful IPO, which raised $120 million. Jim earned a BS in Civil Engineering from UCLA and an MBA from Pepperdine University. Your Clean Energy Compression Host: David Orton Senior Vice President, Global Business Development & Marketing Clean Energy Compression Mr. Orton joined Clean Energy Compression in early 2013 to manage global sales and marketing from base of operation in British Columbia, Canada and regional sales on all continents. Prior to Clean Energy Compression, David has had a leadership role in sales and marketing with Armtec Ltd. Canada’s largest construction and infrastructure products company. David’s first experience with clean technology was as Vice President of Marketing and Business Development for Legend Power Systems. Prior to his life in engineered products, he had 12 years in sales and marketing leadership roles with some of Canada’s largest telecom and satellite communications companies. Mr. Orton has significant international market experience including Europe and Asia and holds a degree in Asian Studies from the University of British Columbia.