CMS Energy promotes Michael VanHemert to vice president and secretary of its diversified energy unit

DEARBORN, Mich., Feb. 20, 2002 — CMS Energy Corp. today announced Michael D. VanHemert has been promoted to the new position of vice president and secretary of its diversified energy business unit, CMS Enterprises.

VanHemert, 46, is responsible for managing CMS Enterprises’ corporate secretary activities and for CMS Energy’s investor services and corporate records areas. He retains his previous duties as deputy general counsel of CMS Energy with responsibility for financing and securities matters.

He joined the Company in 1996 as assistant general counsel of CMS Energy. Before that, he had been vice president, senior corporate counsel and assistant secretary of First Chicago NBD Corp., since 1989. Before that he worked in private law practice in Boston since 1984.

VanHemert earned a law degree from the University of Michigan in 1983, and a bachelor of arts degree from Hope College in 1977.

CMS Energy Corporation has annual sales of $13 billion and assets of $16 billion throughout the U.S. and in selected foreign markets.

In the U.S., where it has 86 percent of its assets, it owns and operates an electric and natural gas distribution company with 3.3 million customers; a 16,000 mile natural gas pipeline system and associated storage facilities; the nation’s largest LNG import facility; approximately 8,000 megawatts of power plants; a midstream natural gas gathering and processing company with 385 million cubic feet per day of capacity; an oil and gas exploration and production company with significant domestic gas reserves; and a energy marketing, trading and services company handling four billion cubic feet per day of natural gas and 100 million megawatt-hours of electricity annually.

For more information on CMS Energy, please visit the web site at: www.cmsenergy.com .


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