Tri County Petroleum - PHILLIPS 66
2042 Reese Ln, Columbus TX
Ethanol-free octane ratings: 87 91
GPS coordinates: N 29.70917 W 96.50929 (entered by Jonathan Lathbury)
Updated by Martin R., November 05, 2018 14:55 CST
Spoke to Tyler and they have 87 and 91 octane Mon-Fri 8-5. Great people, if your running late getting out of Houston give them a call and they are willing to work with you.
Updated by Dana Abbott, July 21, 2018 7:14 CDT
Corrected city. Tri County is in Columbus, TX
Updated by Dana Abbott, July 11, 2018 18:15 CDT
$3.30 for P66 E-0 93 on Fri July 6. These folks are GREAT, but only open 8-5-ish M-F. It IS P66, not mystery gas. Give them a call. Good people.
Updated by 12bitphoto, December 21, 2016 12:49 CST
Bought 25 gallons of 93 octane on Dec. 2, 2016. Total price was $2.72 per gallon including taxes. No sign of a 24 hour pump with E0. Fuel still loaded from a tank inside the roll-up doors. The guys working there were very cordial and helpful.
Updated by AskMeLater (Amarillo, Texas), August 05, 2016 18:36 CDT
** Filled up at this station today. Was out of 87 octane, but did have 93 octane.
** 93 octane was $2.949
** For comparison, the Shell across the road was $2.599
** Tyler told me that they are open from 8am - 5pm M-F
** The pump outside is E-10. The E-0 tanks/pumps are located inside the roll-up doors.
** He also told me that they are in the process of having a 24-hour pump installed to accommodate their E-0 customers!
** IH-10, Exit 698, just north of the interstate.
** Give these folks your business!
Updated by william johnson, March 07, 2016 16:27 CST
03/07/2016 93 at $2.84 87 at $2.64
Updated by John Holmes, November 24, 2015 17:56 CST
$4.00 a gallon for 87. Sounded like he'd be coming down a bit in a week or two.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, November 10, 2015 17:38 CST
Their hours are roughly 7am to 6pm Monday thru Sat. However if you're in the area then call ahead and they make an effort to sell to you. This is a bulk fuel facility but they do sell retail to the public. Ask which pumps are E0 because they do sell both 87 and 93 octane E0. Real nice folks to deal with.
Updated by Kurt, October 20, 2015 20:01 CDT
Labels on pump say they have ethanol
Updated by Clarence, June 25, 2015 12:43 CDT
updated octane
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, May 03, 2015 7:05 CDT
Added GPS coordinates.
Posted by Clarence, May 03, 2015 0:59 CDT