Laclede Gas Company

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Laclede Gas Company is the largest natural gas distribution utility in Missouri, serving approximately 632,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers in the city of St. Louis and ten counties in eastern Missouri. As an adjunct to its gas distribution business, the Company operates an underground natural gas storage field, a propane storage cavern, and propane vaporization facilities.

Lacede Gas is a regulated public utility and a wholly owned subsidiary of The Laclede Group. Its corporate headquarters is located at the Laclede Gas Building in downtown St. Louis.

It was founded as the Laclede Gas Light Company, as the invention of gas lit street and home lamps was a primary, and innovative use of natural gas. Gas lighting displaced candles, whale oil lamps and kerosene lamps, and came before the invention of electric lighting, and gas cooking and heating.

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  • Beck, Bill (2007). Laclede Gas and St. Louis: 150 Years Working Together, 1857-2007, Laclede Gas Company. ISBN 978-0-9710910-1-6

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