Spectra Energy Employees Focus on Giving Back to the Community

    Month-Long "Helping Hands in Action" Event Scheduled for April

    HOUSTON, April 2 /CNW/ -- Spectra Energy's first "Helping Hands in
Action" event kicks off today. The month-long event provides Spectra Energy
employees and retirees an opportunity to give back to their local communities
through various volunteer projects.
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    Spectra Energy employees and retirees will participate in numerous
volunteer projects that range from the restoration of coastal beach grass,
assisting at a school during Family Literacy Night, and partnering with one of
the company's key customers in Boston to assist with food sorting at the
Greater Boston Food Bank.
    In Houston, volunteer projects will include a blood drive for the Gulf
Coast Blood Center, assembling mailings to support Theater Under the Stars and
the Collaborative for Children, as well as working with Rebuilding Together
Houston to perform home repairs on an elderly low income Houstonian's home.
    "Commitment to our communities is one of the hallmarks of Spectra
Energy," said Spectra Energy President and Chief Executive Officer, Fred
Fowler. "We back up that commitment with financial support to numerous
community organizations and by rolling up our sleeves and getting personally
involved as volunteers in communities where we live and work."

    Spectra Energy Corp (NYSE:   SE) is one of North America's premier pure
play natural gas midstream companies serving three key links in the natural
gas value chain:  gathering and processing, transmission and storage and
distribution. For close to a century, Spectra Energy and its predecessor
companies have developed critically important pipelines and related energy
infrastructure connecting natural gas supply sources to premium markets. Based
in Houston, Texas, the company operates in the United States and Canada
approximately 17,500 miles of transmission pipeline, 265 billion cubic feet of
storage, natural gas gathering and processing, natural gas liquids operations
and local distribution assets. Spectra Energy Corp also has a 50 percent
ownership in DCP Midstream, one of the largest natural gas gatherers and
processors in the United States. Visit www.spectraenergy.com for more

For further information:

For further information: Regan Kasman of Spectra Energy,
+1-713-627-5036,  24-hour media line, +1-713-627-4747 Web Site:

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