National Fuel Gas Distribution Corporation sells or transports natural gas to more than 732,000 customers through a local distribution system located in western New York and northwestern Pennsylvania.
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Pipeline and Storage
National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation provides interstate natural gas transmission and storage for affiliated and nonaffiliated companies through an integrated gas pipeline system that extends 2,972 miles from southwestern Pennsylvania to the New York-Canadian border at the Niagara River. More
Empire Pipeline, Inc. a 249-mile natural gas transmission pipeline running from an interconnection with TransCanada Pipeline near Buffalo, NY to Syracuse, NY, began operation in 1993. It provides interstate natural gas transportation to major industrial companies, utilities and power producers in the western and central New York area. These utilities and power producers, in turn, supply over 1 million customers with energy. In addition, Empire provides interstate transportation to several interstate pipelines in the same geographic area.
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National Fuel Gas Midstream Corporation's primary business is to build, own and operate natural gas processing and pipeline gathering facilities in the Appalachian region. More
Exploration and Production
Seneca Resources explores for, develops and produces natural gas and oil reserves in California and Appalachia, including the Marcellus Shale.
National Fuel Resources, Inc. (NFR) markets natural gas to industrial, wholesale, commercial, public authority and residential customers primarily in western and central New York and northwestern Pennsylvania, offering competitively priced natural gas for its customers.
National Fuel's Marcellus Shale production assets, Appalachian pipeline and storage operations, and retail service territories share the same geographic area. The company also owns significant crude oil production assets in California.