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New additions to Atmos Energy Corporation’s board of directors

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Atmos Energy Corporation has announced that Diana J. Walters and Sean Donohue have been elected to its board of directors. Their elections, effective 1 November 2018, will increase the size of the board to 14 directors.

Walters is the Founder and Managing Partner of 575 Grant, LLC, which is engaged in providing financial advisory services as well as the creation and execution of corporate strategic plans.

Walters has over 30 years of management and investment experience primarily in the natural resources sector, including senior leadership positions with Credit Suisse First Boston and Tatham Offshore, Inc. (where she served as Chief Financial Officer). She currently serves on the Board of Directors for Alta Mesa Resources, Inc. (Audit Committee Chair), Trilogy Metals, Inc. and Platinum Group Metals.

“Di has a significant amount of experience in the energy sectors and brings over 30 plus years of management in public and private finance, strategic development, principal investments and exposure to both international and domestic markets. She will add significant value to the strategic discussions with her diverse experience in the industry,” said Kim R. Cocklin, Executive Chairman of the Atmos Energy board.

Walters received her Bachelor of Arts degree and a Master of Arts in Energy and Mineral Resources from the University of Texas at Austin.

Donohue serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), the fourth largest airport in the world measured in operations. DFW has achieved the distinction as the largest carbon neutral airport in the world. Donohue has over 30 years of worldwide executive experience, starting his career with United Airlines and serving as Chief Operating Officer for Virgin Australia.

“Sean Donohue is an excellent addition to our board. His experience as a leader in a highly regulated industry and his management of a public enterprise with safety and security as two of its top priorities brings great value and thought diversity to our board,” said Kim R. Cocklin.

Donohue is a member of the Executive Committee for the World Travel and Tourism Council, a board member of the US Travel Association and serves on numerous non-profit boards in North Texas. Donohue received his Bachelor of Science degree in marketing and economics from Boston College.

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