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Spire STL Pipeline Receives Temporary Emergency Certificate From the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

ST. LOUIS, Dec. 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued a new temporary emergency certificate Dec. 3 authorizing the continued operation of Spire STL Pipeline. The Pipeline can continue to operate while the Commission reviews the Pipeline’s long-term approval.

“Spire STL Pipeline filed for this temporary emergency certificate to protect customers and communities in the St. Louis region from potential outages this winter, while providing the FERC with the necessary time to conduct a thorough review of the original certificate on remand from the DC Circuit court,” said Scott Smith, president of the Spire STL Pipeline.

“Since becoming fully operational in 2019, the STL Pipeline has proven to be a critical source of …

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