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1 Transwestern Pipeline Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission June 28, 2005.

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1 1 Transwestern Pipeline Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission June 28, 2005

2 2 Agenda Quick Overview of Transwestern Pipeline San Juan Expansion 2005 Phoenix Lateral Expansion Q & A

3 3 Southwest Gas Storage FERC Regulated Electric Co-Gen Plant Local Distribution Companies Southern Union Company Organizational Structure Missouri Gas Energy PG Energy New England Gas PEI Power Southern Union Company Panhandle Energy CCE Holdings GE Corporation & Others El Paso Citrus Holding 50%50%50%50% Citrus Corp. 50%50% Transwestern Florida Gas Transmission 100%100% 50%50% 100%100% Trunkline Gas Company Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line Sea Robin Pipeline Trunkline LNG

4 4 Operating Units 4

5 5 1.21 1.235.560.263.750.650.500 LEGEND PIPELINE COMPRESSOR STATION FIELD COMPRESSOR All figures are Bcf/day

6 6 Transwestern Pipeline San Juan Expansion 375 MMcf/d increased San Juan lateral capacity Added 72 miles of 36 pipeline and 16,500 incremental hp Total cost - $150 million including interconnects 90% subscribed under 10-year contracts Became operation in May 2005

7 7 San Juan Basin / Rockies Supply Capability (Bcf/d) San Juan Plants to TW1.225 I/B Link.700 –Northwest Pipeline.300 TransColorado.450 Chaco plant.500 Blanco plant.550 Total3.725

8 8 Confidential Phoenix LEGEND PIPELINE COMPRESSOR STATION FIELD COMPRESSOR PHOENIX LATERAL

9 9 Project Key Elements Filing process with FERC follows successful San Juan expansion process All Shippers desire firm upstream rights (access to San Juan & Rockies production basins) Phoenix customers require: –16 hour day delivery capability –Minimum 525 psig delivery pressure –ACC pre-approval of transport cost recovery

10 10 February 2005 Received initial shipper term sheets and began negotiations on expansion agreements Began preliminary route design work July 2005 Expansion Agreements Executed Q 1 2006 Complete stakeholder process Draft Environmental Impact Statement File FERC applications Order pipe October 2006 Receive FERC Certificate Construction Begins August-October 2005 Utilities file/receive ACC pre-approval Contract contingencies removed August 2005 Commence Stakeholder Efforts, Including Open Houses Timeline Q2 2007 In Service

11 11 Information Website: WWW.crosscountryenergy.com/about/tw.shtml Commercial Contacts: Business Development Kevin Hyatt713-989-2692kevin.hyatt@panhandleenergy.com Lorraine Lindberg713-989-2693 lorraine.lindberg@panhandleenergy.com Mark McConnell713-989-2694mark.mcconnell@panhandleenergy.com Capacity Marketing TK Lohman713-989-2655tk.lohman@panhandleenergy.com Paul YBarbo713-989-2654paul.ybarbo@panhandleenergy.com


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