The Pipeline and Storage segment of National Fuel Gas Company specializes in the underground transport and storage of natural gas. For more than 100 years, we’ve been successfully serving local utilities, pipelines, marketers and energy generators.
The locations of our facilities provide customers with diverse market access, granting the flexibility to meet growing Mid-Atlantic, Midwest, Northeast and Canadian demand.
Located within the crossroads of the interstate pipeline network serving the Northeast, our two interstate natural gas companies, National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation (Supply) and Empire Pipeline, Inc. (Empire), own and operate nearly 2,800 miles of pipeline facilities, located in New York and Pennsylvania.
As a locally headquartered, integrated energy company, our subsidiaries own and operate thousands of miles of pipeline and related infrastructure, consistently applying the highest ethical and safety standards. We continue to employ environmental best practices in our operations and to take a long-term approach to making business decisions.
National Fuel infrastructure projects offer local communities both short- and long-term economic benefits, such as jobs, local capital investment and increased tax base, as well as corporate giving and community volunteering.
National Fuel’s highest priority is the safety of our customers, employees and the communities we serve. We are proud of our safety record and have a well-established culture of continuous improvement in all aspects of safety.
National Fuel understands that to deliver sustainable value for the benefit of our shareholders, employees, customers and communities alike, we must continue to conduct our business activities in a way that promotes our six guiding principles.
National Fuel’s engineers have extensive experience in pipeline engineering and construction. We bring the latest state-of-the-art knowledge and techniques to every project.
National Fuel employs a wide range of modern technologies and engineering practices to design and operate interstate pipelines and facilities in a manner that complies with stringent regulatory safety, air emissions, noise and other environmental and applicable regulatory considerations.