Reliably serving the high-growth Mid-Atlantic demand market

Serving the High-Growth Mid-Atlantic Demand Market

UGI LNG, Inc. (UGI LNG) operates 1.25 billion cubic feet (Bcf) of liquefied natural gas storage, associated peak shaving services, and an LNG tanker truck-loading terminal at the Temple LNG plant—strategically located in southeastern Pennsylvania. UGI LNG and its affiliates have safely and reliably operated this facility since 1972.

LNG peak shaving service is provided at market-based rates from the company’s Temple LNG facility located near Reading, Pennsylvania. Peak shaving customers have transportation access to high growth demand markets served by a direct connection to Texas Eastern Transmission, the UGI Utilities distribution system in Reading, and potentially to other regional interstate pipeline transportation providers by displacement.

Temple Overview

  • Location: Temple, Berks County, Pennsylvania
  • Capacity: 1.25 Bcf equivalent, 15 million gallons LNG
    • 0.25 Bcf equivalent, 3 million gallons LNG – Temple
    • 1.0 Bcf equivalent, 12 million gallons LNG – Temple II
  • Maximum Daily Withdrawal Quantity: 205,200 Dth
    • 55,200 Dth per day – Temple
    • 150,000 Dth per day – Temple II
  • Liquefaction capacity: Nominal 10,000 Dth, 120,000 gallons per day
  • Receipt points for liquefaction: Texas Eastern Transmission (primary)
  • Delivery point for withdrawal: Texas Eastern Transmission (primary), and UGI Utilities (primary)
  • LNG trailer loading