The Spire Storage facility is a critical component of U.S. energy infrastructure because of its connections with five of the most important natural gas pipelines serving the Western U.S., and due to its proximity to the Opal Hub, a major gas trading hub located in Lincoln County, Wyoming.
This facility comprises two underground natural gas storage fields adjacent to and connected with each other: the Clear Creek Field and the Belle Butte Field, near Evanston, Wyoming, in Uinta County.
The Spire Storage gas storage facility can serve major markets throughout the Western U.S., including Southern and Northern California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, the Pacific Northwest and the Desert Southwest through the facility’s pipeline connections:
- Kern River Gas Transmission
- Ruby Pipeline
- MountainWest Pipeline
- MountainWest Overthrust Pipeline
- Northwest Pipeline
Spire Storage serves customer groups including electric utilities, gas utilities, pipelines, industrial manufacturers, gas marketers/traders and natural gas producers.
The facility’s two storage fields are connected and operated in an integrated manner and currently provide firm and interruptible storage services and interruptible wheeling services at market-based rates.
The facility is led by a dedicated operations team, with strong experience in natural gas processing, gathering, exploration and production operations, and a commitment to ensuring the integrity of customer needs.
Holds 35 billion cubic feet of working gas
Interconnects with five interstate pipes and access to REX
Strategically located near Opal Hub
Positioned to serve multiple regions and customers
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