Jubitz - CFN
1503 Ne 136th St, Vancouver WA
Ethanol-free octane ratings: 87 92
GPS coordinates: N 45.71972 W 122.65618 (entered by David Sbur)
Updated by Hemlock, August 08, 2020 2:21 CDT
Still closed to the public because of COVID 19 restrictions.
Updated by Bill Craig, May 05, 2020 9:25 CDT
Closed to the public until COVID 19 restrictions are relaxed
Updated by Jon, July 20, 2018 20:54 CDT
87 Octane 4.214/gal Very nice staff, friendly and helpful.
Updated by Hemlock, May 24, 2018 17:58 CDT
Non-ethanol unleaded 87 oct $4.164/gal Non-ethanol unleaded 92 oct $4.568/gal Non members can fuel during their regular business hours. Go inside to get/use house card for purchases.
Updated by Steve, August 31, 2017 4:20 CDT
August 30,2017 ,92 octane $3.96
Updated by Steve, April 22, 2016 18:03 CDT
Station previously owned by Vancouver Oil Co. - CFN was purchased by Jubitz Corporation, Portland,Oregon. Non members may use house card to make purchase. Monday through Friday, 7 am to 4 pm. NON-ETHANOL REGULAR (87 OCTANE) $?.?? Gal. or NON-ETHANOL PREMIUM (92 OCTANE) $3.43 Gal.
Updated by Gaylene Salvagno, February 10, 2015 12:44 CST
Retail price for today's non ethanol gas is $3.40 per gallon...Stop by and visit our Vancouver office and either apply for a CFN card or use our house card to purchase non ethanol fuel for your boat and small engine needs. Please call 1.800.523.0600 for a credit application
Updated by Rob, August 29, 2014 14:22 CDT
Updated by David W., May 29, 2014 17:50 CDT
$4.89 for 92 today
Updated by Erik, October 15, 2013 15:17 CDT
Currently 4.25 for 87 and around 4.65 for 92
Updated by Julie Edwards, August 28, 2013 13:01 CDT
Non-CFN card customers please come to our office to borrow our access card to fuel up. Our hours are still Monday through Friday 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. You may also apply here for a CFN card.
Updated by Tony, June 05, 2013 16:31 CDT
Still Pumping 87-92 ethanol free gas. Pay up at the Office.
Updated by ed, October 13, 2012 16:57 CDT
Updated by Steve L., August 01, 2012 17:46 CDT
Paid $4.34 per gallon 92 octane today.
Updated by Michael, April 11, 2012 18:19 CDT
Still pumping gas $4.54 a gal for regular
Updated by Andrew Fields, February 10, 2012 14:48 CST
Filled up here today and ethanol-free regular and premium are still available to non-commercial customers between 7 and 5, Monday through Friday. I paid $4.049 per gallon for E0 regular.
Updated by Nick, September 26, 2011 17:38 CDT
Filled up today... was $4.50/gal for 92 octane (after taxes and fees). Easy enough to do during their normal business hours, but next time I'm hitting up B&B Country Store for the slightly cheaper pricing.
Updated by Tim, August 24, 2011 15:29 CDT
Filled up today @ 4.28 for their 87, pretty spendy. The B&B county store on 117th few miles down the way sells their ethanol only in 92 and it was 4.00/gal better to go their if you're looking to save money.
Updated by Brad W., June 03, 2011 18:08 CDT
Right now Ethanol costs less than pure gas and most stations sell gas with 10% ethanol so it would make sense the price is higher. My gas mileage is about 60 miles more per tank so the extra cost is worth it to me.
Updated by S. Pace, April 14, 2011 17:23 CDT
87 is $4.339 / gal.
Updated by Nick, April 11, 2011 22:07 CDT
Filled up today. Confirmed that it was ethanol free, then saw the big signs on the pump saying "ethanol free" doh. Too bad it's so pricy. It was $4.28 gal for regular unleaded.
Updated by David Sbur, February 19, 2011 13:18 CST
They now post on their pumps that it is ethanol free
Updated by Trayson, February 15, 2011 13:15 CST
Yes, what Michael K said above is accurate. They also take credit cards. Their price when I filled up today was about 12% higher (.45 per gallon) for 92 than the regular Shell gas station around the corner.
Updated by Dan W., January 21, 2011 18:06 CST
Vancouver Oil DOES sell ethanol free gas. I buy it every week.
Updated by Cindy Dent, October 31, 2010 14:26 CDT
10/29/10 They no longer carry ethanol free gas. To bad.
Updated by Michael K., October 14, 2010 7:48 CDT
10/14/2010 - Non-CFN card customers can get gas Monday through Friday, 7 am to 5 pm.
Posted by David Sbur, July 08, 2010 17:30 CDT
Just asked and confirmed this today 7-8-10. Non-CFN card customers can fuel during their regular business hours.