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Cramer's One-on-One with Clean Energy Fuels CEO

Cramer on Monday went one-on-one with Clean Energy Fuels CEO Andrew Littlefair.

The Seal Beach, Calif.-based company provides natural gas as a transportation fuel. Littlefair has been pushing for legislation that would encourage use of natural gas, but so far, he has been unsuccessful. Even so, the 50-year-old executive said he's cautiously optimistic about the possibility of passage of a nat gas bill in the near term.

There is some criticism over nat gas use, though. Some environmentalists question whether it's safe, Cramer said. He thinks the arguments against nat gas are unfounded, but acknowledges it does pose a risk for the stock. CLNE may be risky, but Cramer likes it nonetheless.

Last week, Clean Energy Fuels reported a "break out" quarter. Littlefair discussed the company's earnings, as well as its future prospects. Check out the video to see the full interview with Andrew Littlefair.

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