Southern Union Co. names Jeryl L. Mohn to interim president of Panhandle Energy

WILKES-BARRE, Pa., June 20, 2003 — Southern Union Co. has announced the appointment of Jeryl L. Mohn to Interim President of its Panhandle Energy subsidiary. Mohn succeeds former Panhandle President and Chief Operating Officer Christopher A. Helms.

A 29-year employee of Panhandle, Mohn most recently served as Senior Vice President. In that position, he maintained overall responsibility for a number of areas, including operations and engineering, gas control, gas measurement, LNG operations, strategic planning, human resources and public affairs. He previously served as Panhandle’s Vice President of Operations and Engineering.

Mohn joined Panhandle in 1974 as a Transmission Engineer. Over the years, he has held a number of positions of increasing responsibility, including serving as Superintendent of Safety and Security for Panhandle’s Trunkline LNG unit, Division Manager of its Trunkline Gas Company unit, and General Manager of Transmission for Duke Energy’s Northeast natural gas pipelines, among others.

Mohn is a 1974 magna cum laude graduate of Wichita State University, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering. In 1998, he completed the general management program at Harvard Business School. He serves on the board of directors of the Boys and Girls Country of Houston, a residential care facility for children from families in crisis.

Southern Union Company (NYSE:SUG – News), headquartered in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, is engaged primarily in the transmission and distribution of natural gas. The Company owns and operates more than 10,000 miles of interstate pipelines that transport natural gas from the Gulf of Mexico, South Texas and the Panhandle regions of Texas and Oklahoma to major U.S. markets in the Midwest and Great Lakes region.

In addition, the company also owns and operates the nation’s largest liquefied natural gas import terminal. Through its local distribution companies, Southern Union also serves approximately 1 million natural gas end users in Missouri, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. For further information, visit

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