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Spire Natural Gas Fueling Solutions and Mainstay Fuel Technologies team up to offer more complete options for fleets considering CNG

May 2, 2016

Fleet operators looking to transition to compressed natural gas (CNG) got a big boost today. Together at the Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo, Spire Natural Gas Fueling Solutions and Mainstay Fuel Technologies, Inc. announced a partnership combining Spire’s premier compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station offerings with Mainstay’s CNG vehicle fuel system expertise.

“Customers can count on Spire and Mainstay for a seamless transition to compressed natural gas fueling. With this partnership we will provide customized CNG vehicle and fueling station solutions tailored to each fleet’s unique needs, with competitive pricing both on the road and at the pump,” said Peter Stansky, senior vice president and COO of Spire.

“This joint effort enhances the ability of both our companies to be competitive in the marketplace, and we appreciate Spire’s commitment to Mainstay and CNG as a transportation fuel for the future,” said Rod Grandy, Mainstay’s CEO.

Combined efforts will capitalize on Mainstay and Spire’s integrated product and service offerings while complementing each company’s current strategies and operations, which will remain independent.

To learn more, stop by Spire’s booth #1050 at the Expo, or visit

About Spire Natural Gas Fueling Solutions

St. Louis-based Spire Natural Gas Fueling Solutions offers a new, innovative approach in the Natural Gas Vehicle (NGV) industry today, with the most comprehensive, reliable and affordable way to fuel commercial vehicles. Backed by Spire, Inc. (NYSE:SR) (formerly The Laclede Group), Spire Natural Gas Fueling Solutions has the best of both worlds – financial stability and the experience of a natural gas utility combined with the latest technology and personalized service.

 About Mainstay

Mainstay Fuel Technologies designs, engineers and manufactures critical components used in vehicular CNG-powered fuel systems. Since 2006, the Company has produced and sold over 5,000 units/systems for medium and heavy duty commercial vehicles.


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