St. Louis Gets an Upgrade: Laclede Replaces 235 Miles of Pipelines

May 2016, Vol. 243, No. 5

Like many utilities operating in urban areas, The Laclede Group is faced with aging infrastructure. The company is tackling this challenge head on by undertaking a major upgrade to natural gas distribution systems operated by its three subsidiaries: Laclede Gas in St. Louis, Missouri Gas Energy in Kansas City and Alagasco in Alabama. The Laclede Group spent nearly $300 million for capital projects in its 2015 fiscal year, of which about $135 million went to pipeline replacement projects for all three utilities. During that time, Laclede Gas replaced 81 miles of pipe in the St….

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