Spectra Energy
Spectra Energy
Houston, TX, United States
Houston United States
Employees:
8,100
Market Cap:
$12.01 billion
Revenue:
$414.1 million
5 Year Trend:
1.1%
Net Income:
$-142.66 million
NYSE:
SE
Industry:
Pipeline Transportation
Founded:
2006

Spectra Energy Corp is a S&P 500 company headquartered in Houston, Texas, that operates in three key areas of the natural gas industry: transmission and storage, distribution, and gathering and processing. Spectra was formed in late 2006 from the spin-off from Duke Energy. Wikipedia

Spectra Energy
Houston, TX, United States
Houston United States

Spectra Energy Corp is a S&P 500 company headquartered in Houston, Texas, that operates in three key areas of the natural gas industry: transmission and storage, distribution, and gathering and processing. Spectra was formed in late 2006 from the spin-off from Duke Energy. Wikipedia

Employees:
8,100
Market Cap:
$12.01 billion
Revenue:
$414.1 million
5 Year Trend:
1.1%
Net Income:
$-142.66 million
NYSE:
SE
Industry:
Pipeline Transportation
Founded:
2006
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We are now Enbridge. For more information: http://bit.ly/2lqAvYg

80% - The average premium New England industrial consumers paid for electricity in November 2016 as compared to the overall U.S. average. More natural gas will help.

41% - The average premium New England businesses paid for electricity in November 2016 as compared to the overall U.S. average. More natural gas will help.

48% - The average premium New Englanders paid for electricity in November 2016 as compared to the overall U.S. average. More natural gas will help.