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  • Stations in Idaho.

    Do you know of any stations in Idaho that I can fill-up with natural gas?

    Thanks,
    cngaggie

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    Re: Stations in Idaho.

    There are several along Hwy's 84, 86, and 15 depending on where you are. If you click on Station Locator on the left hand side of this page (near the top) you can look them up.

    I included a snapshot of the whole state below.
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      Re: Stations in Idaho.

      I think they are all private access only.

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        Re: Stations in Idaho.

        I wasn't sure because I couldn't get cngprices to open a map... of anything. Might be my computer.
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          Re: Stations in Idaho.

          Curtis - let me know if you're still having troubles. Everything seems to be working on my end.

          cngaggie - There are no public stations in Idaho as far as I have been made aware. Sorry!

          Todd
          CNG Vehicle - 2002 Honda Civic GX
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          AltFuelPrices.com - Prices and station locations for CNG, E85, Biodiesel and more!

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            Re: Stations in Idaho.

            A couple months ago I called Intermountain Gas Company and inquired as to why their stations are closed to the public. The customer service representative that I spoke with said that because of Idaho tax issues on CNG they cannot open the pumps to the public. I received the name of an individual in the company that may be able to institute a change. I've written him without any response. If others would like to contact him as well, I can provide his information.

            We travel between Utah and Washington from time to time and the Idaho fuel stations sure would be nice to access!
            Devin

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            • #7
              CNGPrices, did you get my PM?
              John

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              • #8
                Re: Stations in Idaho.

                It's not quite that simple. Even if he said yes, the dispencers they have for internal fleet useage are not the same that you would see at a public station. Public stations generally require a weights and measures approved dispenser. It would also have to be relocated outside of their fenceline for public access. To add a publicly available dispenser, card reader and training post you are looking at a minimum of a year for it to go through the system and probably near $100,000. Perhaps you should be working with the Clean Cities Coalition in your area to assist thenegotiating and funding part of things.
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