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$1.84 per ggeupdated 12 months ago by anonymous

Murray City

4646 S 500 West Murray, UT 84123


  • 3600
  • 3000
  • Box
  • Semi
  •   24  
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Price history

Prices for this station have historically varied from $0.64 to $3.02 per gge. We have data extending back to December 2007 for this station. Historical data can be obtained by contacting us.

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User comments

CNG has collected 29 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
26 Oct 2015drshinsel**Avoid** (Poor pressure) Pumps are open again however I only got 3436 PSI out of the pump. All pumps gave similar reading for most recent fills.
25 Sep 2015anonymous
17 Sep 2015anonymousPumps are currently under construction.
10 Jun 2015anonymousPrice recently dropped to $1.65... And the people rejoiced YEA!
14 Dec 2014DeLoreanGreat station. Price is still $1.73, wished that it was $1.55 as someone updated it to be :(
3 Jul 2014seedy1675All pumps work. Good fills.
24 Jun 2013anonymousFill was only 3200 on the 3600 pump. Plastic knob on hose was functional but broken. Should probably be replaced ASAP for safety purposes.
22 May 2012anonymousThe price at this Questar CNG station is $1.49.
16 May 2012SingerGuyThis station is hard to find, as it is behind the building and can not be seen from the road. Look for the small CNG signs on a pole out front and enter from the driveway on the south side of the building.
14 Jul 2011anonymous3000 PSI pump gave me 3200 PSI
12 Oct 2010anonymousThe new pumps are really nice and much faster than the old ones - thanks Questar
1 Sep 2010anonymousFilled up 9/1/10 and got a full fill on 3600 pump. Took my debit card just fine. If you want a receipt, run your card a 2nd time after the fill and choose to get a receipt.
30 Aug 2010anonymousThe upgrades to Murray are complete 4 hoses, 3000 and 3600 PSI. Thanks Questar!!
4 Aug 2010anonymouscurrently closed for remodel.
15 Mar 2010anonymousKeypad at this location does not always work! Last night I could not pump. I tried entering both 1 and 2 pumps and the card reader would not register either! Drove on to 90000 South station.
21 Feb 2010anonymousThis location is working great. I get over 3000 psi now. They installed a temporary compressor. It charges better than it used to.
14 Aug 2009anonymousonly 1000 PSI pump not running, they were working on it a couple of days ago. barely got 3 GGE
31 Jul 2009anonymousPressure only at 2000 psi
16 Jun 2009anonymous3200 psi fill at 6:20 pm 6-16-09 The pressure at Murray is Mutch Better since the Sandy station is up and running
3 Jul 2008anonymousQuestar working on it today. Still only 2000psi but working. They said "the compressor is too small"
29 Jun 2008anonymous756am on 6/29. It is NOT working.
29 Jun 2008anonymousPumps not working today
28 Jun 2008anonymousOperational. However it has very low pressure. Only around 1800-2000 PSI.
19 Jun 2008anonymousOnly 1800 psi
1 May 2008anonymousOperable now, just low psi - about 2500. Due to the one in Sandy closing.
1 May 2008anonymousChronic low-pressure. Usually unable to fill more than half a tank.
28 Jan 2008anonymousThey have been having difficulties with the pumps and keeping them going. Mostly inoperable.

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