Clean Energy Fuels Agreements Impact Hawaii Gas, Solid Waste Companies

By Megan Greenwalt, Waste360.

Clean Energy Fuels has secured a contract to provide liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Hawaii Gas, the State of Hawaii’s gas utility, in addition to several agreements with solid waste entities.

“Hawaii Gas has been serving the state for over a hundred years and is committed to providing our customers with quality and reliable gas service,” Thomas Young, Hawaii Gas’s executive vice president and chief operating officer, said in a statement. “With Clean Energy LNG, we will be able to diversify our gas supply using a clean fuel improving our reliability and maintaining the quality of service our customers know us for.”

According to Nathan Nelson, vice president, general counsel and secretary for Honolulu-based Hawaii Gas, the commercial terms of the contract with Clean Energy, including contract length and volume, is proprietary and confidential.