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$1.84 per ggeupdated 12 months ago by anonymous

Flying J

1172 W. 2100 So. Ogden, UT 84401


  • 3600
  • 3000
  • Box
  • Semi
  •   24  
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Prices for this station have historically varied from $0.93 to $1.84 per gge. We have data extending back to April 2010 for this station. Historical data can be obtained by contacting us.

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User comments

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11 Nov 2015anonymousI fill here daily, as I am a medical courier. Don't always get great pressure, about 3100 is average, occasionally get 3600+
6 Jan 2014anonymousHave not been able to get a good fill for the last few times I've used this station, around 3200-3300 psi. Anyone else having this issue? Could it be weather/tempreature related? I ask because I'm kinda new to CNG.
9 Nov 2012anonymousPump #2 is a 3600 job. I have filled between 3700 and 3800 the last 2 times there. Great pressure.
17 Aug 2012anonymousThere are 2 3000PSI pumps. One is inop (Pump 4). The other cuts off at 2950PSI or so (Pump 2) giving code E1. I called this in this week, but so far no fix. Usually Pump 4 is good, filling at 3300 PSI+.
19 Jul 2012anonymousGreat place to fill. Pumps always have high pressure and do great.
8 Aug 2011anonymousFilled up today: Worked fine.
21 Dec 2010anonymousThe pumps in the truck area have been INOP for a while. The credit card reader hasn't worked in many months.
29 May 2010anonymousAccepts MC, VISA, AMEX, Discover! Many stations don't accept the latter two.
23 Apr 2010anonymousI drive the whole state of Utah. This new CNG dispensing equipment at the Ogden Flying J is the nicest equipment anywhere, not to mention Flying J is a great place to stop. Way to go Questar and Flying J.
14 Apr 2010anonymousThere are four pumps. Two are where the RVs fill up and two are where the semis fill up (2nd island from the north). Great pressure - full fills everytime.

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