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Spire acquires MoGas and Omega pipeline systems

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Spire Inc. has announced it has completed its acquisition of MoGas Pipeline (MoGas), an interstate natural gas pipeline, and Omega Pipeline (Omega), a connected gas distribution system, from CorEnergy Infrastructure Trust, Inc.

The acquisition was completed for US$175 million, subject to customary closing adjustments. The businesses will join Spire’s existing midstream infrastructure, including Spire Storage and Spire STL Pipeline. As a result of the acquisition, MoGas will operate under the new legal name Spire MoGas Pipeline LLC.

"Spire MoGas and Omega are ideal fits with our existing businesses and will further enhance our ability to serve customers in Missouri," said Steve Lindsey, Spire President and Chief Executive Officer.

Spire MoGas Pipeline consists of approximately 263 miles of interstate natural gas pipelines, primarily in Missouri, and interconnects with Spire STL Pipeline to deliver gas to Spire Missouri's growing customer base in St. Charles, Franklin and western St. Louis counties, among other utility, municipal, industrial and commercial customers.

Spire MoGas Pipeline also interconnects with three other interstate pipelines and is regulated by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

Omega Pipeline is an approximately 75 mile natural gas distribution system primarily serving Fort Leonard Wood Army Base in south-central Missouri and is interconnected with the Spire MoGas Pipeline system.

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