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Questar CNG for West Valley City

March 10, 2015 in CNG, Infrastructure, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Newest Utah Outlet Is Designed for Fast Fueling of Heavy Vehicles

Ready to roll -- and Note the nice price!

Ready to roll — and Note the nice price!



Questar Fueling this week opened its newest compressed natural gas fueling station, in West Valley City, Utah. The public-access station will provide fast-fill CNG fueling for Swift Transportation and other fleet operators with medium- and heavy-duty trucks, Quester said.

“This Questar Fueling CNG station is slightly different from Questar Gas’s 26 CNG stations located throughout Utah,” Craig Wagstaff, the president of both organizations, said in a release.

Questar Fueling's new station in West Valley City is designed to provide CNG at speeds suitable for heavy duty natural gas vehicles.

Questar Fueling’s new station in West Valley City is designed to provide CNG at speeds suitable for heavy duty natural gas vehicles.

“It’s equipped with high-speed, high-volume CNG fueling for the medium- and heavy-duty truck market,” Wagstaff said, “and is one of seven stations we’ve built nationally for companies like Swift Transportation, Central Freight Lines, Dart Transit, Frito-Lay and other fleet operators running their vehicles on clean-burning natural gas.”

A Dozen More Are Planned

The new station has ANGI Energy equipment and can dispense CNG at 1,800 equivalents gallons per hour.

In addition to the new Quester Fueling station in Utah and the network of Quester Gas stations there, Questar Fueling owns and operates four CNG stations in Texas and two in Kansas.

The company says it plans to open a dozen other stations along major U.S. transportation corridors in Arizona, Nevada, Missouri, Ohio, Illinois and Georgia.

Cutting the ribbon in West Valley City are Questar Fueling director Judd Cook, Questar chairman, president and CEO Ron Jibson, Swift Transportation owner Jerry Moyes, West Valley City Mayor Ron Bigelow, Frito-Lay senior national fleet engineer Ken Marko, Questar Gas/Questar Fueling president Craig Wagstaff, and Questar Fueling GM Carl Galbraith.

Cutting the ribbon in West Valley City are Questar Fueling director Judd Cook, Questar chairman, president and CEO Ron Jibson, Swift Transportation owner Jerry Moyes, West Valley City Mayor Ron Bigelow, Frito-Lay senior national fleet engineer Ken Marko, Questar Gas/Questar Fueling president Craig Wagstaff, and Questar Fueling GM Carl Galbraith.


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