Clean Energy Fuels Corp $ 10.59 0.65 (6.54%)
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In light of crude oil prices topping $50 for the first time in almost a year, three oil and gas companies that have high financial strength and outperformed the Standard & Poor's 500 Index during 2020 are Clean Energy Fuels Corp. (CLNE), Marine Petroleum Trust (MARPS) and Renewable Energy Group Inc. (REGI) according to the All-in-One Screener, a Premium feature of GuruFocus.
West Texas Intermediate oil prices closed out 2020 at approximately $48.50 per barrel, down over 20% for the year. Despite this, oil prices traded as high as $50.20 on Tuesday on the heels of geopolitical
Investors who focus on growth may be interested in the following stocks, as their price-earnings ratios are less than or equal to 20 and their trailing 12 months earnings per share (EPS) have increased tremendously on a year-over-year basis.
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The company's trailing 12 months EPS increased by 35.8% to $1.82 as of the second quarter of 2020, up from $1.34 as of the same quarter of 2019.
The price-earnings ratio is 16.92 (versus the industry median of 17.78) as of Aug.
According to GuruFocus Insider Data, the recent chief financial officer (CFO) buys were: Clean Energy Fuels Corp. (CLNE) and ChannelAdvisor Corp. (ECOM).
Clean Energy Fuels CFO bought 11,500 shares
CFO Robert M. Vreeland bought 11,500 shares for $2.32 per share on Aug. 11. The stock price has increased by 0.43%. Clean Energy Fuels has a market cap of $351.623 million, and its shares were traded around $2.33. The company has a price-earnings (P/E) ratio of 15.53 and price-sales (P/S) ratio of 0.90.
Clean Energy Fuels announced its 2017 first-quarter results with revenues of $89.49 million and gross profit of $28.63
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Eleven years ago, shares
Clean Energy Fuels (CLNE) disappointed the street with its fiscal first-quarter results that lagged behind the street expectations. Surprisingly, after three consecutive quarters of exceeding the analysts’ EPS consensus, the company failed to continue this in the recent quarter. In fact, the disappointing numbers came, even after reporting considerable growth in its sales volume. But the problem is more on a macro level and not in the fundamentals of the company. Let’s see in detail what can we expect from Clean Energy in the days to come.
Looking past the quarter
Its revenue for the quarter declined 9.9% from a
Clean Energy Fuels (CLNE) reported better-than-expected results in its recently reported fourth quarter with the company turning to profits from a year ago period of loss. The company had been sailing through troubled waters for quite some time and consequently the stocks had a downward momentum for more than two years. Moreover, a decline in crude prices has further added to its existing challenges.
Led by these headwinds, the company’s shares touched its all-time lows of $4.01 in January 2015, last seen in 2008. Although we are more focused on the fundamentals aspects, yet for a moment if we consider
Clean Energy (CLNE) is progressing smoothly by winning key contracts with minor, local haulers all over the country. Clean Energy now works with nearly 250 refuse fleets, depicting more than 9,000 natural gas trucks.
Seeing strong traction
During the fourth quarter of 2014, Clean Energy reported approximately 43% refuse volume growth over the same period last year, and boasts to have approximately 75% market share.
This significant increase in refuse volumes and huge orders for CNG trucks highlights the effective growth strategy of the company, leaving behind its key competitors.
Clean Energy grew its Canadian business significantly during 2014, introducing
Insiders are buying Clean Energy Fuels (CLNE). There is plenty of fodder for the cautious, though: the company needs to make high-interest payments, and profitability is not in sight. Yet it continues growing, moderation of some expenses may be helpful, and valuation metrics are supportive of the stock.
Records show that, on March 2, CEO Andrew Littlefair made a direct purchase of 17,800 shares. Such a statement made by a company executive, as opposed to a director, can be especially favorable. The following day, Senior Vice President for Corporate Development Barclay Corbus followed up and acquired 10,000 shares.
Clean Energy Fuels (CLNE) is seeing strong momentum in Transit, Refuse and Fleet Services. Clean Energy continues to sign new fueling deals even as it opens new stations for its customers. Along with this, the existing natural gas truck fleets have increased their orders, which is an encouraging sign of growth. Moreover the management doesn’t feel threatened with the declining oil prices, since there is a similar decline in natural gas prices.
In spite of these positives, there is a widespread reluctance to adopt the alternative fuel on account of the incremental cost of trucks. To rectify this issue, Clean
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Clean Energy Fuels (CLNE) posted solid results in the recently reported third quarter. The company managed to post solid results on the back of good growth across its established businesses such as transit and refuse. The company is also seeing positive signs from the market and is gearing up to improve its performance in the future. It is also counting on its trucking business, which is also gaining steam. For future growth, Clean Energy will be focusing on its key growth drivers.
The natural gas fuels market will be a catalyst
It is seeing growth opportunities in the natural gas
Clean Energy Fuels (CLNE) is busy building natural gas fueling stations in the U.S. as the company prepares to benefit from an increase in vehicles powered by natural gas. The impressive part is that Clean Energy is gaining a number of new customers by way of fueling agreements.
New clients to propel growth
For example, in the transit segment, Dallas Area Rapid Transit introduced 184 new CNG buses during the second quarter which are fueling at its four stations. Dardanelle runs 112 Paratransit vehicles, more than 50 LNG buses and 370 CNG buses in its natural gas fleet. Clean Energy
Clean Energy Fuels (CLNE) released fantastic results for the second quarter. The company managed to post terrific results on the back of an increase in the gallons delivered. The Â results impressed investors as well, which led the stock to rise by 1.73%. Seeing the momentum at which Clean Energy is moving, investors are quite bullish about the stock. Even management is thinking that the company will break its limits and outperform in the future as it is moving toward CNG as a fuel for heavy duty trucks.
With the future looking bright, Clean Energy looks confident for a better
Fossil fuels won't last forever. Moreover, due to the high cost of oil and the high level of pollution that fossil fuels generate, alternative sources of energy such as natural gas and fuel cells are gaining traction, opening opportunities for the likes of Clean Energy Fuels (CLNE) and Ballard Power (BLDP). Let's take a look at the prospects of both companies and see how they will do in the coming times.
Clean Energy's moves
Clean Energy has been selected to build an LNG station and supply LNG fuel for Anaheim Resort Transit which operates an existing fleet of 35 LNG
Clean Energy Fuels (CLNE) posted impressive quarterly results. The company met expectations and saw growth in its top line. Clean Energy saw an increase in its customer base, resulting in growth in gallons delivered that helped the company to outpace analysts' estimates.
Solid growth ahead
Clean Energy is well-positioned to tap a growing market and improve its bottom line. It has a huge customer base, and is filling around 35,000 vehicles daily. Moreover, many companies are adopting natural gas refuse trucks and buses. This will lead to further growth in its customer base.
With the introduction of the Cummins Westport
Clean Energy Fuels (CLNE) is having a terrible time in 2014. The natural gas supplier's shares have dropped almost 20% so far this year. However, is this an open door for investors, considering the normal development of natural gas vehicles? The likes of Westport Innovations (WPRT) are making solid moves to increase the appropriation of natural gas vehicles with new, high-fueled engines.
A solid infrastructure
Clean Energy has 96 truck-accommodating energizing stations open, which is four times its closest rival. It has increased its gallons-conveyed volume by around 10% on a yearly basis. In addition, administration is to a
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U.S. natural gas discoveries and reserves have ballooned over the last two years. You can thank hydraulic fracturing ("fracking") and other technological breakthroughs in drilling for that surge in supply. Together, abundant U.S. and Canadian supplies have created enough of a price differential for natural gas over gasoline and diesel fuels to
Clean Energy Fuels (CLNE), the provider of natural gas has jumped 30% this year and its shares are trading close to their 52-week low. While, the prospects of Clean Energy look bright in the long run considering the fact that it’s focused on providing an alternative fuel in the form of natural gas. Also, Westport Innovations (WPRT) is working on to push its engines that run on natural gas, with the truckers as the primary target. So, going forward, Westport growth could give Clean Energy opportunity to blossom.
A clean road ahead
Given the fact that several big established markets
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