Storengy France operates 14 sites in the territory. Learn more about them!
Learn more about the Beynes (78) site, the biggest developed underground storage site in France.
Learn more about the Céré-la-Ronde (37) site, the most recent aquifer storage site of Storengy France.
Cerville / Trois-Fontaines-l'Abbaye
Learn more about the sites of Cerville (54) and its aquifer storage, and Trois-Fontaines (51), a former natural gas deposit.
Chémery / Soings-en-Sologne
Learn more about the Chémery (41) site, an aquifer storage site located to the south of Blois, and close to the site of Soings-en-Sologne.
Learn more about the site of Etrez (01), a salt cavern storage site located north-west of Bourg-en-Bresse.
Learn more about the site of Germigny-sous-Coulombs (77), an aquifer storage site at the heart of the Ourcq valley.
Learn more about the Gournay-sur-Aronde (60) site, an aquifer storage site located 15 km north-west of Compiègne.
Learn more about the Manosque (04) site, a salt cavern storage site owned by Géométhane and operated by Storengy France.
Learn more about the Saint-Clair-sur-Epte (95) site, an aquifer storage site located some thirty kilometres north of Pontoise.
Learn more about the site of Saint-Illiers-la-Ville (78), an aquifer storage site located some fifteen kilometres west of Mantes-la-Jolie.
Learn more about the Tersanne (26) site, a salt cavern storage site located some twenty kilometres north of Romans-sur-Isère.
Learn more about the Hauterives (26) site, a salt cavern storage site. It is a satellite site of Tersanne (26), approximately 7 km away.