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$2.89 per ggeupdated 9 months ago by anonymous

Clean Energy Fuels - Port of Seattle

19425 28th Avenue S SeaTac, WA 98188


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

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Price history

Prices for this station have historically varied from $1.39 to $3.09 per gge. We have data extending back to November 2007 for this station. Historical data can be obtained by contacting us.

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User comments

CNG has collected 8 user comments about this station. They often have useful information about how to find a station or how reliabile it is, or whether it is well lit at night. Peruse the comments here, or add your own comment.

20 Nov 2007anonymousHours: 24 hours daily
20 Nov 2007anonymousPayment: MasterCard VISA Voyager CleanEnergy
10 Jan 2015anonymous$2.29 for 3600psi. $2.19 for 3000 psi.
2 Nov 2013anonymous3000 & 3600 available clean well lit construction on entry road 200th Street
19 Jul 2013anonymousVery nice station turn on 26th
12 Jun 2012terryb99one 3000 pump is working, one is out of order. But 3000 is available!
22 Feb 2012anonymousI contacted Clean Energy, customer service, who stated the info regarding prospective closure and restricted use is false.
26 Apr 2011anonymousThe Port of Seattle(POS) is building a new CNG fueling station as part of the new POS bus maintenance facility. Once this new station is completed the exiting station is scheduled to be closed. The new station is NOT GOING TO BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

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