Yes, the press release is now on CLNE's website. However, compare what CLNE's press release says (see below) with the pump article that's posted on financeyahoo. The financeyahoo account leads one to believe that this is a really big project when in reality the CNG station is for Dillon trucks that do deliveries for an Owens Corning plant in Texas:
"The new Dallas Clean Energy station will support Dillon LNG trucks to be deployed in the near future to deliver raw materials to the Owens Corning shingle production plant in Irving, Texas."
Like I said earlier, watch out for disinformation. Make sure that what's posted on financeyahoo can be verfied on the company's website or WSJ and doesn't come from the likes of Fly on the Wall. Otherwise you may be buying or selling based on bad info.
Someone bought almost 40,000 shares of CLNE near the close yesterday. I'd love to know if that buyer had any inside information about the Dillon contract and also whether that person ensured that the news broke early and ensured that the positive aspects of the news were exaggerated.
If it is false information than why did the news agencies not report it as so Do you think some one will get in trouble for this or was close enough to the truth I guess these news agency do not have the capacity to check I personal thank every one who has supllied information