Questar Fueling

Questar Fueling

Questar Fueling

Questar Fueling is a newly formed subsidiary of Utah-based Questar Corporation. Affiliate companies include Questar Gas, a natural gas utility serving nearly a million homes and businesses in Utah, Wyoming and Idaho; Questar Pipeline an interstate pipeline company; and Wexpro a natural gas developer in the region. Nationally recognized for its NGV fueling experience, Questar is now offering consultation, design work, packaging and installation of NGV-fueling stations to keep your fleet on the road with low-cost, clean-burning natural gas.

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333 S. State Street , Salt Lake City , Utah 84145 USA
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Energy Utilities
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Nationally (across the country)

Headquartered in Richmond, VA, Dominion Energy [NYSE: D] is one of the nation’s largest producers and transporters of energy, with a portfolio of approximately 25,700 megawatts of electric generation, 15,000 miles of natural gas transmission, gathering, storage and distribution pipeline and 6,600 miles of electric transmission and distribution lines. We operate one of the largest natural gas storage systems in the U.S. with 1 trillion cubic feet of capacity, and serve more than 6 million utility and retail energy customers.

Our company is built on a proud legacy of public service, innovation and community involvement. In addition to our core businesses, Dominion Energy and our 16,200 employees invest in the communities where we live and work and by practicing responsible environmental stewardship wherever we operate.

We trace our corporate roots to the first years of our nation’s independence – 1787 – when the Virginia General Assembly authorized, by charter, the creation of the Appomattox Trustees.

The Trustees oversaw The Upper Appomattox Company, which was formed to clear, improve and extend navigation on the Appomattox River. In the early days of the Republic, canals and rivers were vital arteries of commerce.

In the ensuing years, a total of 235 companies contributed in some form to Dominion Energy’s corporate ancestry. Among those companies are enterprises as diverse as real estate, horse-shoe manufacturing, water power, ice making, coal mining, railway and ferry service, trolley cars and street lighting.


Safety is our highest priority — in the workplace and in the community. So our first and fundamental goal is to send every employee home safe and sound, every day. With zero illnesses and zero injuries. That is the only acceptable standard of performance.


Integrity, individual responsibility and accountability go hand-in-hand with bottom-line results. We cannot and will not take shortcuts to achieve our goals and fulfill our obligations to stakeholders. Ethical behavior matters, and our reputation depends on it.


We set high performance standards and are committed to continuous improvement in all areas of our business. The odds of long-term success improve when we go beyond “good” and strive for “great.” Our aim is not to be the biggest energy company, just the best.


We call it 'One Dominion Energy'  a unifying outlook that transcends organizational boundaries and focuses on our mission and purpose. We know that strong, sustainable performance depends on how well we support each other in executing our business plan.

Serve our customers safely & reliably; Strengthen our communities; Minimize environmental impacts; Reward our shareholders; & Live our values.