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4675 MacArthur Court

Suite 800

Newport Beach, CA 92660

United States

Phone: 949-437-1000

Fax: 949-724-1397

s well as through relationships with suppliers. It owns and operates LNG liquefaction plants near Houston, Texas and Boron, California, which the company calls the Pickens Plant and the Boron Plant, respectively. The Pickens Plant has the capacity to produce 35 million gallons of LNG per year and includes tanker trailer loading facilities and a 1.0 million gallon storage tank that could hold approximately 840,000 usable gallons. The Boron Plant is capable of producing 60 million gallons of LNG per year and has tanker trailer loading facilities similar to the Pickens Plant and a 1.8 million gallon storage tank that could hold approximately 1.5 million usable gallons. The company sells LNG on a bulk basis to fleet customers, who often own and operate their fueling stations. It also sells LNG to fleet and other customers at its public-access LNG stations. The company delivers LNG through its fleet of 88 tanker trailers to fueling stations, where it is stored and dispensed in liquid form into vehicles. It owns the tanker trailers and contracts with third parties to provide tractors and drivers. Each LNG tanker trailer is capable of carrying 10,000 gallons of LNG. Operation and Maintenance: The company performs O&M services for CNG stations that are either owned by the company or its customers. In addition, it performs O&M services for LNG stations that the company owns and for a small number of LNG stations owned by its customers and supplied by the company. Station Network: As of December 31, 2013, the company owned, operated, or supplied 471 fueling stations for its customers in 39 states and Canada. It owned 229 of the stations, including 12 co-owned stations, and its customers owned the other 242 stations. Station Construction and Engineering: The company has built 305 natural gas fueling stations, either serving as general contractor or supervising qualified third-party contractors, for itself or its customers. The company uses a combination of custom designed and off-the-shelf equipment to build fueling stations. Equipment for a CNG station consists of dryers, compressors (the company uses compressors manufactured by IMW), dispensers and storage tanks (which hold a relatively small buffer amount of CNG). Equipment for a LNG station consists of storage tanks that hold 5,000 to 25,000 gallons of LNG, plus related dispensing equipment. The company also offers solutions designed to provide operators with code-compliant maintenance facilities to service their natural gas vehicle fleets, which could include the construction and sale of facility modifications. The company’s CNG dispensers are designed to fuel approximately 6 gasoline gallon equivalents per minute, which is comparable to a traditional gasoline fueling dispenser. Its LNG dispensers are designed to fuel approximately 20 diesel gallon equivalents per minute, similar to a diesel fueling dispenser. LNG dispensing requires special training and protective clothing (gloves and safety glasses) because of the extreme low temperatures of LNG. In addition, in 2013, the company purchased MGES, which is primarily engaged in the business of providing CNG station design and construction and CNG equipment repair and maintenance services. RNG: The company owns a 70% interest in a RNG production facility at the McCommas Bluff landfill located in Dallas, Texas. It sells RNG produced at the facility to Shell Energy North America under a gas sale agreement and, depending upon RNG production volumes, the company has the ability to sell RNG produced by the facility as a vehicle fuel. The company owns a second RNG production facility located at a Republic Services landfill in Canton, Michigan. The company is building a third RNG facility at a Republic Services landfill in North Shelby, Tennessee. In addition, the company purchases RNG from third party producers, and sells that RNG for vehicle use through its fueling infrastructure. The RNG that the company distributes for vehicle use is distributed under the name ‘Redeem’. Natural Gas Fueling Compressors: The company’s IMW subsidiary manufactures and services non-lubricated natural gas fueling compressors and relat

 

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