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Lambert - St. Louis International Airport

Lambert Airport hosts two compressed natural gas (CNG) facilities: (1) Airfield Maintenance Facility and serves a fleet of CNG support vehicles including police cars, service vans, and pickup trucks. (2) The "Super Park" CNG fueling facility located on Cypress Avenue serves the CNG shuttle fleet for Central Parking Systems, the St. Louis International Airport Parking Garage. Lambert St. Louis International Airport and Central Parking Systems, Incorporated presently operate thirty-six Ford Cutaway CNG Shuttle vehicles. These CNG vehicles have proven to be very successful for the Parking Agency: the CNG shuttle vehicles perform very well, achieve excellent range and are extremely quiet! The entire Lambert - St. Louis International Airport Parking Garage "Super Park" shuttle fleet operates on compressed natural gas!

Laclede Gas Company - Shrewsbury Facility (4118 Shrewsbury, St. Louis, MO 63119)

This Laclede Gas Company CNG Facility is a limited-access commercial Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fueling facility.

1.Customers must meet the following requirements for their CNG vehicles:
a.The CNG vehicle must be an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) vehicle or an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) certified/approved CNG system conversion.

b.The CNG storage vessels on-board the vehicles must have current date stamping and valid certifications.

2.Hours of Operation: Customers have access to the station 24 hours a day.

3.This CNG fueling facility accepts the FuelMan (Fleetcor) Credit Card ONLY. No exceptions.

For questions on how to apply for a FuelMan (Fleetcor) Credit Card, the Shrewsbury CNG facility or CNG vehicles in general, please contact Spire Natural Gas Fueling Solution's Tom Schultz ( or 314-342-0684).

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