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$1.85 per ggeupdated 14 months ago by anonymous

Questar Gas Company

1160 W 200 South Salt Lake City, UT 84104


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

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Price history

Prices for this station have historically varied from $0.64 to $1.85 per gge. We have data extending back to April 2008 for this station. Historical data can be obtained by contacting us.

User comments

CNG has collected 17 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
3 Jul 2014seedy1675This is Questar gas central offices. There are 6 CNG hoses here. Most are 3600, there are 1 or 2 3000 hoses. Public station where city busses and garbage trucks fill as well. Well maintained. Fast fills.
12 Jul 2013anonymousGot a great fill here 3800 PSI - SLC airport has only been around this is where I fill to make it to Wendover, NV and back in my Civic (240 mile round trip)
4 Feb 2012anonymous$1.49 Not great pressure on the 3k pump with a pretty slow fill. But it is open again and very convenient for me
31 Jan 2011anonymousStation came back online post-upgrade approx. mid-Jan 2011. 3-3600 psi, 3-3000 psi pumps. Have filled a half a dozen times since re-open, have yet to get a fill greater than 3350 psi.
2 Dec 2010anonymousStation went down ~15 Nov 2010 for 'upgrade'. According to flyer on pump, station is targeted to be open again ~15 Dec 2010.
14 Nov 2009anonymousBoth pumps officially labelled 3000 psi, but hose #16 gave me 3600 psi two times this last week.
13 Sep 2009anonymousAnyone know what is going on with this station? I thought this was Questar's showcase CNG vehicle fueling facility.
21 Aug 2009anonymoushow you guys open the door to get in? i went to yesterday and i could'nt
31 Jul 2009anonymous3000 psi
30 Jul 2009anonymous3000 psi
7 Jul 2009anonymousUsually good pressure. Two pumps with 2 hoses each.
10 Oct 2008anonymousThey Removed a pump, Now only has 1 pump with 2 hoses. 3200 pressure.
29 Jul 2008anonymousAlways reliable! dual compressors, 6 fill hoses
23 Jul 2008anonymous7-23-08 good pressure 3400 psi
14 Jul 2008anonymousThis station allways has good pressure.

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