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Spire Natural Gas Storage Capacity (Bcf)

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Natural Gas Storage Capacity (Bcf) is the maximum volume of natural gas that can be stored at the storage facility. The utility storage is important, since it's the midstream opportunities that offer investors the potential for profit.

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Spire Natural Gas Storage Capacity (Bcf) Historical Data

The historical data trend for Spire's Natural Gas Storage Capacity (Bcf) can be seen below:

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Spire  (NYSE:SRpA.PFD) Natural Gas Storage Capacity (Bcf) Explanation

A natural gas storage is a facility that can store natural gas for an indefinite period of time. Natural gas storages are typically located underground, that’s why they are called underground gas storages or UGS as well. The main function of gas storages is to inject and store natural gas at a time of low prices and/or low demand and use the gas by withdrawing at times of higher prices and/or higher demand.

Why is utility storage important to investors?

Each week, the U.S. Energy Information Administration releases its natural gas storage report. This report highlights the change in working gas storage. A dramatic drawdown of inventory can lead to a jump in the price of natural gas and, conversely, a buildup in storage is a bearish indicator. By tuning into the storage numbers, investors can see one of the driving forces behind natural gas prices.

It is also used to quantify the energy produced (or potentially produced) by a company's reserves, as well as what is actually delivered to customers. Investors will look at this figure to understand how much earning potential a producer in the space may have.

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Spire Business Description

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Utilities » Utilities - Regulated NAICS : 221210 SIC : 4924
Traded in Other Exchanges
700 Market Street, Saint Louis, MO, USA, 63101
Spire Inc is a public utility holding company with two key business segments: Gas Utility and Gas Marketing. The Gas Utility segment includes the regulated operations of Laclede Gas, Alabama Gas Corporation (Alagasco), and EnergySouth Inc. The Utilities businesses operations include the purchase, retail, distribution, and sale of natural gas in Missouri, Alabama, and Mississippi. The Gas Utility segment generates a majority of the company's revenue but is subject to seasonal fluctuations. The Gas Marketing segment includes Laclede Energy Resources, Inc, whose operations include the marketing of natural gas and related activities on a non-regulated basis.
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