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Station details for the Mineta San Jose International Airport (Trillium CNG) Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) station in San Jose, California

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$2.44 per ggeupdated 54 months ago by anonymous

Mineta San Jose International Airport (Trillium CNG)

2151 Airport Boulevard San Jose, CA 95110


  • 3600
  • 3000
  • Box
  • Semi
  •   24  
  •  CC 
  • Reliable:

This station was marked non-operational by anonymous on 2021-04-20. (Station Closed)
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Price history

Prices for this station have historically varied from $1.00 to $2.99 per gge. We have data extending back to October 2007 for this station. Historical data can be obtained by contacting us.

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User comments

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20 Nov 2007anonymousPayment: MasterCard VISA
20 Nov 2007anonymousPSI fills: 3000 3600
20 Nov 2007anonymousHours: 24 hours daily, Pinnacle card also accepted
19 May 2020anonymousSigns on pumps advise that station will not be in service effective 7/1/20.
30 Jul 2014anonymousMore and more garbage trucks using this station during lunch hour, lines forming.
1 Nov 2013anonymousGuess us Honda GX drivers have to avoid 5:30-6:00am timeframe M-F since the garbage trucks are filling up -- took nearly 20 minutes to fill, but <2 minutes once the trucks left.
20 Aug 2013anonymousGreat fill: 4200psi fill. Several pumps at 3000psi and 3600psi. Very clean station. Sometimes can be busy.
8 Nov 2012anonymousThe price on the pump is 2.39 even though the sign at the entrance still says 2.20.
17 Oct 2012anonymousIf using Pinnacle Card, be sure to call and ask for authorization prior to visiting.
21 May 2012anonymousGreat Station. No waiting, excellent fill! A little difficult to find, but totally worth it!
26 Apr 2012anonymousThe location on the map is a little misleading and I had a hard time finding the station. It is actually to the north of the terminals, almost at the point where Airport Blvd turns into Ewert Rd.
9 Jan 2012anonymousConsistently reaches "full". The only station that it has ever got all the way to full.
5 Sep 2011anonymousFilled up to 3,800 PSI according to gauge on 3,600 PSI pump.
5 Sep 2011anonymousGood fill on 3600 PSI. One bar from very full. No other vehicles at pumps.
4 Jul 2011anonymousWell lighted and managed station, consistently gives 3600 psi or higher pressure. I got 4200 psi yesterday.
14 Jun 2011anonymousFirst time filling up my new GX. I'm not sure if I understand everything so far (like how does one know if it's 4200?), but all else went smoothly.
16 May 2011anonymousFilled last week and got the best fill ever... over 4200. finally stopped worrying about range of my GX... will fill here more often if they keep up the high pressure.. FYI Santa Cruz County has 24/7 access if you sign up with public works dept.
2 May 2011anonymousLove that it is openend 24/7. Great fill, exceeded 3600 PSI and a great Price
20 Feb 2011anonymousBad fill today. Got less than 2800psi on the 3600psi pump. Pump seemed to cutoff early. Today was the first time there were 4 other cars at the pumps. Maybe the cause of the weak fill. Went to local PG&E station and filled up the rest of the way.
28 Jan 2011anonymousFantastic fill of over ~4200 psi on the 3600 psi pump. Wow! Takes regular debit cards. Instructions confusing and unclear unfortunately, but figured it out.
1 Sep 2010anonymousThey always lag on updating the sign every month
7 Jul 2010anonymousWhen I pulled into the pump entrance on Mon 7/5 at the SJC station, the sign said $1.99 / gge... but, the pumps were charging $2.25. Seems like false advertising... but, there's not much choice.
7 Jan 2010anonymousDon't make the mistake of using the one nozzle that looks different that the others. It is labeled 3600 PSI, but is for buses. I used it and blew out a pressure relief valve in the compressor building.
12 Dec 2009anonymousyes those prices are current. filled up today w/ no issues.
18 Nov 2009anonymousIs this really the current price? Last December it was higher than all the surrounding pumps at $2.29. I find it hard to believe it has gone down at the airport.
9 Nov 2009anonymous2 busses and a taxi fueling when I started my pump. Got a great 4000 fill.
29 Apr 2009anonymousPump said it squeezed 4000 in. Fantastic for us having to drive pretty far on this fill up.
2 Mar 2009anonymousFor a quicker fill, don't try and refuel when the buses are refueling. Regardless of what pump you are on and the buses are on, the station doesn't seem to be able to handle more than just one bus at a time. (I learned the hard way.)
27 Oct 2008anonymousWell lit at night.
19 Jul 2008anonymous2 2-sided pumps: services up to 4 vehicles at once

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