Honstein Oil Co - UNBRANDED
1901 S 4th St, Moriarty NM
505-832-6000
Ethanol-free octane ratings: 91
GPS coordinates: N 34.98667 W 106.05003 (entered by Jonathan Lathbury)
Updated by Sid, December 30, 2016 14:38 CST
Price 12/30/16 $2.57
Updated by Megan Locke, October 11, 2016 16:16 CDT
Today's E0 price is $2.84.9 per gallon.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, August 15, 2016 14:35 CDT
I am pleased to report that they have placed non-ethanol signs on the premium blue handle pumps. The card reader worked fine for me. Their price as of 8/14/16 for E0 was $2.86.9 per gallon.
Updated by biker, November 23, 2015 22:03 CST
Arrived to find the place shut but the card reader operational. However, the card reader requires a ZipCode. I am from Canada, so my card is not accepted. Luckily Clay (a gentleman and a pilot) arrived. He was checking that the card machine was operational. They had been down. He kindly used his card, and I gave hime cash.
Updated by Carl Young, November 11, 2015 10:52 CST
Arrived here at 11am on a Saturday, and the place was closed. But since it had an automated card reader, I figured I could still buy gas. Wrong. The pumps are shut down when the business isn't open. I've never run into this problem before...any station I've ever visited that has a card reader will dispense gas 24/7. No idea why they would do this. Had to be enough E10 at a nearby station to make it to the next ethanol-free town. Disappointing.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, September 12, 2015 14:46 CDT
Their price as of 9/8/15 for 91 octane E0 was $3.21.9 per gallon. Remember only the blue handle pumps are E0 though they may not be marked as such.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, May 16, 2015 15:19 CDT
Their price for 91 octane E0 as of 5/13/15 was $3.26.9 per gallon. Be aware, only the blue handle pumps are E0. The pumps are not well marked though I have asked them repeatedly to mark the E0 pumps as such.
Updated by kdjars, December 26, 2014 16:29 CST
The facility is SOUTH of Center Avenue.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, August 28, 2014 21:44 CDT
Their price as of 8/25/14 for 91 octane E0 is $3.90.9 per gallon.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, August 10, 2014 15:52 CDT
The pumps are still not well marked but all blue handle pumps are E0. Their price as of 8/8 is $3.96.9 per gallon for 91 octane E0.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, July 19, 2013 11:17 CDT
I tweaked the GPS coordinates to make it easier to locate. From I-40 get off exit 196, NM Hwy 41. Go South NM Hwy 41 (5th St) and continue across Business I-40 aka old US 66.Go about 2 miles and look for a non-descript bulk fuel facility with gas pumps on the left. This facility straddles between 4th St and 5th St so if you miss it then just go to the next cross street, turn left and left again on 4th St and it will take right back. Remember the pumps may be marked 10% ethanol but the Blue handle pumps are definately E0. There is a card reader for after hours operation. Slight discount given to cash customers during business hours. This is one of only two E0 stations in New Mexico along the I-40 corridor and the only one with 24 hour access.
Updated by Srfnswm, June 17, 2013 6:48 CDT
We tried to locate this station and were unsuccessful. Not sure if having a zip code would have helped. Both the app and a garmin took us to a residential area.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, March 29, 2013 20:49 CDT
Added phone number.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, January 17, 2013 10:16 CST
Called and confirmed they still sell E0. Their price today is $3.21 per gallon cash and $3.25 per gallon credit.
Updated by Roald, December 02, 2012 22:28 CST
I have had nothing but good results with the Premium ethanol free here. I run it in my low compression Jacobs and medium compression O-320-B1B. Got some today for $3.51/gal.
Updated by H. C., October 03, 2012 14:39 CDT
I purchased fuel from this station for my airplane and was VERY disappointed because althought the gas was ethanol free (I tested it), it was VERY poor quallity. Using normal leaning procedures in the plance it still left a nasty black greasy stain from the stack all the way to the tail and the engine did not run right. I don't know what factors might be affecting this gas (additives? too long in storage?) but I strongly recommend that you don't use it in your very expensive aircraft engines. It might be just fine for cars.
Updated by roadrunner, September 20, 2012 6:51 CDT
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Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, August 18, 2012 9:19 CDT
Visited this facility for the first time yesterday. Easy access South of town on Hwy 41 at exit 196. They have multiple pumps all with dedicated hoses for their premium E0 gas. All E0 gas is dispensed through the blue pump handles. The pumps unfortunately are marked E10 for the other handles but I was assured that the blue handles were E0. I recommended they improve the handle markings to make it a little clearer. Otherwise my car loved this gas. Mileage and performance improved. These are nice folks running this facility and they are set up for 24 hour sales. Yesterday's price $3.71.9.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, August 06, 2012 9:11 CDT
I just called and got updated information from the nice lady who answered the phone. Their office hours are M-F 7-5. The E0 gas is the pump with the blue handle and it is 92 octane. There is a tall white podium with a credit card swipe if you go when the office is closed. If you are there when the office is open and you pay by cash or check you'll get a .04 per gallon discount on your purchase.
Updated by Rick James, August 02, 2012 1:55 CDT
I stopped by yesterday and spoke with a worker here, and he said that all grades of gasoline sold here have ethanol, but that their Santa Fe location (Honstein Oil) has ethanol-free gasoline.
Updated by Harper, July 22, 2012 23:00 CDT
Can nyone who has actually tested the gas at this station verify its purity? I went by there today and the grades ae marked 87, 89, and 91 (no 90 octane) and the placerd on the pumps says "Contains up to 10% ethanol." I didn't bother testing it, and being a Sunday there was no one in attendance to ask. I was going to fill a couple cans for my outboard, but just left without the gas.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, July 16, 2012 10:00 CDT
I updated the address which should make it easier to find. If you're on I-40 get off at exit 196 and go in towards Moriarty. Go through two traffic lights and the facility is on the left. They are a bulk fuel delivery plant but they do sell retail. The blue pump handle is the E0 90 octane gas and there is a credit card swipe machine next to the trash can. The un-manned facility has 24 hour access but there is someone in attendance M-F 9-5. If you have trouble locating them then call 505-832-6000. Very nice lady answers the phone. She says they are close to I-40.
Updated by David Clark, June 11, 2012 15:30 CDT
Please update the address. We wasted 30 minutes driving around and the GPS location we downloaded from this site was not a gas station.
Updated by Roald, November 18, 2011 22:58 CST
The actual location is south of Center St on 41, last turnoff on the left as you leave town going south. They're open to 5:00 on weekdays only, nice folks.
Updated by Bob, November 03, 2011 14:07 CDT
Honstein is not at 1901 4th st. They are listed as near exit 197 (eastmost) on the main street through Moriarty.
Updated by Sam, October 26, 2011 23:30 CDT
Removed city, state, zip from street address.
Updated by robert, August 08, 2011 13:54 CDT
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Posted by robert, August 08, 2011 13:51 CDT