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Storengy France operates 14 underground natural gas storage sites.

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Storengy France designs, develops and operates underground natural gas storage facilities in France and markets its capacities to its customers: natural gas suppliers, industrialists and gas traders.

Underground natural gas storage facilities contribute to the country's energy security. Located close to consumption areas, they ensure an uninterrupted supply of energy and Storengy France mobilizes all its industrial assets to meet gas consumption needs in the regions.

As the only way to store energy in large quantities and on a seasonal basis, underground storage is a real opportunity to support the energy transition, in particular the large-scale development of renewable gases such as biomethane and hydrogen.

As a storage operator for more than 60 years, Storengy France has recognized skills in the operation and maintenance of surface and underground facilities, mastery of industrial safety issues, and expertise in the management of biodiversity on its sites.

As a subsidiary of Storengy SAS, which also operates underground gas storage facilities in Germany and the United Kingdom, Storengy France aims to be a benchmark storage operator, attractive and a player in the energy transition in the territories.


Our mission: to ensure underground gas storage

Storengy is one of the few companies in the world to combine all the skills needed to design, develop and operate all types of underground natural gas storage facilities, as well as cutting-edge expertise in the marketing of storage capacity in different economic and regulatory contexts.

Storengy has been operating in France for almost 60 years and currently has 14 underground gas storage facilities, including one operated on behalf of third parties. In line with the need to develop gas infrastructures and the possibilities offered by the subsoil, Storengy has developed 9 storage sites in France in aquifers, 4 in salt caverns and one in depleted deposits.