October 11, 2016
Washington, D.C. — NGVAmerica presented the NGV Achievement Award to FedEx Freight today for their new natural gas fleet program. The award was presented to FedEx Freight’s President & CEO, Mike Ducker, by NGVAmerica President Matthew Godlewski as part of a ribbon cutting ceremony for the company’s new compressed natural gas (CNG) station in Oklahoma City built by Clean Energy Fuels Corp. to support more than 100 FedEx Freight CNG-powered trucks.
“It was an honor for NGVAmerica to recognize FedEx Freight’s new commitment to natural gas fueling,” said Matthew Godlweski, President of NGVAmerica. “As we continue to advocate for the industry to legislators in Washington and in the states, FedEx Freight is a great example of clean transportation leadership when it comes to reducing emissions through the use of more natural gas.”
Godlewski was joined by other leaders of the NGV industry at the new FedEx Freight Oklahoma City Service Center ribbon-cutting, including Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin, FedEx chairman and CEO Fred Smith, Clean Energy co-founder Boone Pickens, and Clean Energy president and CEO Andrew Littlefair, as well as many other federal, state and local and industry officials.