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NGV Fueling Stations

There currently are about 40 NGV fueling stations within our service area, of which 27 are operated by Dominion Energy.

Public Fueling Stations

View/search for stations on our interactive map. You also can refine your search by company-owned, privately-owned or state-owned stations.

Each search result displays a list of accepted payment methods, including codes for accepted credit cards:

  • AX: American Express
  • AM: Amoco
  • CH: Chevron
  • CD: Comdata
  • CON: Conoco
  • D: Discover
  • F: Flying J
  • FM: Fuelman
  • GC: GasCard
  • MC: Mastercard
  • P66: Phillips 66
  • SH: Shell
  • S: Sinclair
  • T: Chek
  • TES: Tesoro
  • TEX: Texaco
  • V: Visa
  • V-Fleet: Velero
  • VOY: Voyager
  • WEX: Wright Express

State-Owned Stations

In addition to Dominion Energy CNG fueling stations, the Utah Legislature opened several state-owned CNG stations that are available to the public (as listed in the interactive map above).

These state-owned facilities accept payment via VISA or MasterCard. For more information about these stations, visit the Utah Fuel Program.

Current Price

Check the current price for CNG, and this report on how the price of CNG is calculated.

Vehicle Filling Instructions

Filling a natural gas vehicle is safe and easy. View instructions below, or download a printable version.

  1. Remove fueling nozzle from dispenser.
  2. Connect nozzle to vehicle’s fuel intake. Listen for an audible “click” and ensure the nozzle is connected securely.
  3. Turn the lever on the dispenser to the “on” position.
  4. Slowly turn the valve on the hose nozzle to “on.”
  5. When the fill stops (or slows considerably), turn the dispenser lever to the “off” position.
  6. Turn the hose nozzle valve to the “vent” position. You will hear a small discharge of CNG.
  7. Return the fueling nozzle to the dispenser.

Advantage of NGVs

Environmentally Clean

  • Natural gas is the cleanest burning fossil fuel today.
  • NGVs produce the fewest emissions of all vehicle fuel types.
  • NGV emissions contain significantly fewer pollutants than gasoline.
  • Dedicated NGVs release little or no emissions during fueling.

Maintenance Advantages

  • Tune-ups for NGVs can sometimes be extended by up to 50,000 miles.
  • Oil changes for NGVs can sometimes be extended by up to 25,000 miles.
  • Pipes and mufflers can sometimes last longer in NGVs because the natural gas does not react with the metals.

Performance Advantages

  • Natural gas gives roughly the same mileage as gasoline.
  • Dedicated natural gas engines are superior in performance to gasoline engines because natural gas has an octane rating of 130.
  • Because natural gas is already in a gaseous state, NGVs have superior starting and drivability, even under severe hot and cold weather conditions.
  • NGVs experience less knocking and no vapor locking.

Cost Advantages

  • Natural gas is cheaper per equivalent gallon than gasoline. On average, natural gas is one-third less than gasoline at the pump.

Safety Advantages

  • The fuel storage tanks on NGVs are made of thicker material than those on gasoline or diesel vehicles.
  • NGVs are as safe or safer than vehicles powered by other fuels. A 1992 American Gas Association survey of more than 8,000 vehicles found that with more than 278 million miles traveled, NGV injury rates per vehicle mile traveled were 34% lower than the rate for gasoline vehicles. There were no fatalities reported, even though these vehicles were involved in more than 1,800 collisions.

State Incentives

  • Some states offer tax credits for each vehicle converted to run on natural gas.
  • Some states offer tax credits for purchasing a NGV.
  • Utah Car Pool Lane: In order for a "Clean Fuel" vehicle to travel in the Express Lanes it must display a "Clean Fuel" sticker/decal which costs $10. Learn more: UDOT Clean Fuel Vehicle Permit.
  • There is free parking for low-emission and alternative fuel vehicles at all Salt Lake City parking

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