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$2.49 per ggeupdated 55 months ago by anonymous

Questar Fueling

5082 Blue Star Memorial Hwy Buttonwillow, CA 93206

  • 3600
  • 3000
  • Box
  • Semi
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Prices for this station have historically varied from $2.29 to $2.50 per gge. We have data extending back to December 2015 for this station. Historical data can be obtained by contacting us.

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8 Apr 2019jseraThis station is now open. The awning is still not up, but fueling is available. I tried attaching a photo, but not sure where it went.
12 Mar 2019jdeisenmI filled up on March 10 using Pump 1 (pump closest to freeway).
7 Jan 2019anonymousStation is CLOSED- Big Rig explosion destroyed station in Dec 2018
21 Nov 2017300mileclubStatus now avail at americannaturalgas dot com
5 Oct 2016anonymousFilled my CNG Civic here on 9/30/16 with no problems at all. The passenger vehicle attachment (yellow) is on pump #4, & it was the FASTEST fill I've ever received anywhere! Clean, well lit, seemed like a safe area; right next to a gas station/convenience store.
2 Oct 2016300mileclubI filled a 2004 GX with a yellow nozzle on 9/25 and 7/7. Please use key lanyard to loop around fill hose to prevent drive-away.
19 Sep 2016anonymousThe sign on the station visible from the freeway is "CNG for Vehicles". I fueled my Ford truck here at the end of August. I stopped here again on the 14th and all the pumps were fitted with only the larger black nozzles. I called Questar and they said there should be one yellow for standard vehicles. There wasn't. This station cannot be consider a reliable NGV fuel stop for the public.
6 Aug 2016300mileclubDebit card works too. West side of I-5 exit 257
1 Aug 2016LisantFor personal vehicles (e.g. Honda civic NGVs), use pump #4 with yellow handle. It's the only one available for use for personal autos. The others are for freight trucks (found that out the scary way). When attached properly, I got an awesome fill: 354 miles!! I made it to Concord Trillium without stopping in Los Banos to fill up, and still had 40 miles left in tank (this is mid-summer, 106° in central valley, with A/C on).
9 Dec 2015anonymous3600 only

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