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Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Station information for Salt Lake City, UT 84104

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$1.99 per ggeupdated 39 months ago by anonymous

BLU

2025 S 900 W Salt Lake City, UT 84104

801-972-3711

  • 3600
  • 3000
  • Box
  • Semi
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Prices for this station have historically varied from $1.25 to $2.05 per gge. We have data extending back to March 2011 for this station. Historical data can be obtained by contacting us.

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DateUserComment
3 Sep 2014300mileclubAlt ph# (801) 886-7200 (801) 952-2940
3 Jul 2014seedy1675This is a very nice station. A little more expensive, but it is from LNG to CNG. Trigger type filler nozzels.
21 May 2012SingerGuyI asked a technician on site why the prices were 25¢ higher than everywhere else and was told it's because they "make their own" from LNG and that it was purer methane and would give better mileage. I did an experiment and drove a tank of theirs in my 20 MPG vehicle. It cost 8.5¢/mile. I then filled up at Questar and it cost 7.45¢/mile. See ya' Blu!
8 Jan 2012anonymousanyone know why the prices have jumped so much lately?
21 Dec 2011anonymousThe price for LNG is 205/Gal. The price for CNG is 129/GGE. Only place in Salt Lake to get LNG. I fill with 3600 PSI. No problems.
11 Jun 2011anonymousBLU Is the next business East of the Flying J. Easy to see in daytime. However, I could not get the 3000 PSI nozzle to engage. First time I could not refuel somewhere! I tried every angle I could, no luck. Never a prob @ Questar stations.
6 Jun 2011anonymousCorrect Address is 844 W 2100 S
31 May 2011anonymous2011-05-31 I could not find the CNG pumps. Is is at the Flying-J station? I drove throughout the station including the truck filling side but not CNG??? I did arrive at 5:30 AM and it was dark out, so that may have been the problem.
28 Apr 2011anonymousGreat fill. This system vaporizes LNG (no pump needed)so you always get 3600 psig. Methane is 97-99%
16 Apr 2011anonymousThe nozzle for the furthest southeast CNG pump may not work for Honda Civics. It will not lock on. The station owners are exploring other nozzle/handle solutions, one of which is as easy to use as the nozzles at a regular gas pump. Awesome station!
11 Apr 2011anonymousIt is worth the extra .02 cents as the fuel you are getting is 99% methane. The Questar stations are supplied from the natural gas line and they are at 90% methane. You would have to be getting this fuel at 1.39 to be the same at 1.27 at Questar.
10 Apr 2011anonymousThe best station period. They are cheaper than the Questar stations. I go out of my way to fill up here. Incredibly fast fill. Best access of any station from I-15 or I-80.
24 Mar 2011anonymousBest and fastest fill EVER! Covered pumps. Best station I've ever used. Not sure it is worth the extra $.02 per GGE, but it is an awesome station.
22 Mar 2011anonymousAlso sells LNG. This station has 99% Methane, super cooled CNG with full pressure all the time!

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