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Old 04-05-2010, 01:27 PM
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Default Mobile/Baldwin County E10 free stations.

Does anybody know of any ethanol free gas stations in Mobile or Baldwin counties? I've looked around online and in this site in hopes of finding a list of stations.....no luck. If you know of any stations pleas list them here. Thanks
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Shell station in Barnwell. At the intersection of main Hwy 98 and Scenic Hwy 98. I know all shells are supposed to have ethanol, but this one still does not have the stickers on the pump and they claim it is ethanol free.
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I believe that the Chevron stations at Old Shell and Upham, Cottage Hill Road, and Dauphin Island Parkway are still 100% gasoline.
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Thanks, those are good to know.
I don't know if I can get my boat
in the station at old shell & upham.
It's hard enough to get your car in there.
Keep those station locations coming.
Thanks again!
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Chevron at loxley exit has on their pumps 100% gasoline.:
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Any local Chevron station (or any station that pulls gas directly out of the Pascagoula truck rack) should be ethanol free.
For now.
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The Pines Store on Fort Morgan Road has one pump that is ethonal free. Price runs about 10 cent more that the ethanol gas.
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J&M in orange beach also has ethanol free it's about $3 a gallon
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Schillinger Rd/Old Shell (Tanner Williams) there is an independent station that is advertising no ethanol, and Schillinger/Three Notch Kroner there is a Chevron that has no ethanol stickers on the pump. The stickers are placed directly over "10% ethanol" stickers so who knows. The chevron you could probably get a boat in and out of the last couple of pumps okay. Not sure about the other place. Chevron on McDonald/Old Pascagoula does not specify as to ethanol or not. Prices at the Three Notch Chevron are usually somewhat comparable to other stations.
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a friend who owns a gas station said even chevron has to change by april 14th i hope he is wrong
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a friend who owns a gas station said even chevron has to change by april 14th i hope he is wrong
Date has been pushed to May 4th. They weren't able to make the mid April date. It is coming though.
I'm glad we as a country can do things to help increase corn prices and destroy boats at the same time. This will help rebuild the critically low Red Snapper population and reduce the incidents of feeding deer unnatural food sources. It's a WIN-WIN!
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How about an update on this information. As of this week, I have notice all of the
Chevron and Texaco staions now have 10% ethanol on their pumps.
Was Chevron the only refinery that was selling 100% gasoline? If we can't buy any 100% gasoline anymore, does anyone have any info, on the best additive to use?

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I haven't filled up this week yet but last week the Loxley(I-10 & 59) Chevron had 100% gas stickers on the pumps.
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On another thread it was said that the Greers/Shell on Dauphin Island Pkwy has one pump with non-ethenol gasoline. I think that it is called Recreational Fuel, and yes, it costs a little more. That is where I will be filling up my boat next time.

BTW, I can confirm that the Chevron stations around West Mobile have 10% ethanol stickers on the pumps now.
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Shell had talked about making a marine grade 100% Gas. The Shell Station at Bailey's corner on DIP is advertising marine grade. Not sure if it is 100%. Are if they are using additives. There is another station for Fort Morgan Road and Meyers Market on Dead lake Rd.
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The chevron in Loxley changed the stickers on the pumps today.Now has E10 in the gas
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The chevron in Loxley changed the stickers on the pumps today.Now has E10 in the gas
Well crap.
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All marinas and anywhere you have a blue handle pump is now marine fuel. 100% gasoline 90 octane. I think it is 2.99 gal at greers
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Greer's/Shell on Dauphin Island Parkway on the way to Dauphin Island has 100% gasoline with no ethanol added, one pump only was $2.99/gallon today. It is well marked.

This used to be the diesel pump, so they are no longer selling diesel fuel there. Should you need diesel on the way to the island, the gas station at the yellow flashing light at the intersection of 188 and DIP sells it. (This would be roughly 10 miles further south on DIP towards the island).

Greer's also has one of those ice vending machines in the back of the parking lot you can fill up a cooler or get it in the bag pretty reasonable.
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Greer's/Shell on Dauphin Island Parkway on the way to Dauphin Island has 100% gasoline with no ethanol added, one pump only was $2.99/gallon today. It is well marked.

This used to be the diesel pump, so they are no longer selling diesel fuel there. Should you need diesel on the way to the island, the gas station at the yellow flashing light at the intersection of 188 and DIP sells it. (This would be roughly 10 miles further south on DIP towards the island).

Greer's also has one of those ice vending machines in the back of the parking lot you can fill up a cooler or get it in the bag pretty reasonable.
Hard as hell to get big boat around in that place though. You will need to bring plenty of patience and a few extra eyes.
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