Energy Transfer continues to move America's energy, one mile at a time

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SAN ANTONIO – Energy Transfer is one of the largest and most diversified midstream energy companies in the United States, with a strategic footprint in all of the major domestic production basins.

What began in 1996 as a small natural gas pipeline operator, Energy Transfer today owns and operates more than 86,000 miles of natural gas, natural gas liquids, refined products and crude oil pipelines - carrying approximately 30 percent of natural gas and crude oil that fuel our nation's economy every day.

Core operations span coast-to-coast in 38 states and include the transportation, storage and terminalling for natural gas, crude oil, NGLS, refined products and liquid natural gas.

Energy Transfer employs nearly 10,000 people nation-wide, including nearly 6,000 employees in Texas.

Energy Transfer also indirectly employs thousands of trade workers each year for its ongoing construction projects.

Energy Delivered

  • $456 million spent to maintain and improve Energy Transfer's assets in 2018
  • 86,000+ miles of pipeline nationwide, including more than 44,000 miles in Texas
  • 30% of America's natural gas and crude oil is moved on Energy Transfer's pipelines

Energy Transfer puts a high priority on operating in a responsible manner, which includes treating people with respect and putting safety first - the safety of employees, communities, and the environment. This includes spending millions each year to maintain and improve its assets.

Community Involvement

Community investment is part of Energy Transfer's core values and beliefs.

"We believe in giving back to the communities in which we live and work through strategic investments of our business resources, financial contributions and employee volunteerism," reads the Energy Transfer corporate website.

Over the past two years, Energy Transfer has donated approximately $39 million to organizations and worthy causes across the U.S. Giving efforts primarily focus on nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations that help with education, hunger, health, veteran support, children's causes, environmental stewardship, and combating homelessness.

In 2018, Energy Transfer employees volunteered over 4,000 hours to employer-sponsored events.

Energy Transfer has long-standing commitments to many causes, big and small, across the U.S.

In San Antonio, Energy Transfer provides assistance to the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition, The Rape Crisis Center, Salvation Army, Fisher House Foundation, Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Texas, Got Hope Organization, San Antonio Food Bank, Sleep in Heavenly Peace, Ronald McDonald House, Christian Senior Services - Meals on Wheels, Special Olympics, and the Valero Texas Open - Night to Honor our Heroes.

Energy Transfer also has an ongoing sponsorship of KSAT12's "KSAT Community" spotlight, helping promote local charities and other efforts in the San Antonio area.

"Energy Transfer is honored to work alongside KSAT and other community partners to bring the San Antonio community together and to help those in need throughout the South Texas area," said Chris Curia, EVP and Chief Human Resources Officer.

For more information, visit energytranfer.com.

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