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Atmos Energy Performing Maintenance

Atmos Energy to Perform Maintenance on Natural Gas Pipeline in Paris and Sulphur Spring’s area

PARIS, Texas (August 21, 2017) – Atmos Energy crews and contractors will oversee a controlled release of natural gas on Tuesday (Aug 22). The controlled release will occur between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm at two locations. One is approximately seven miles south of Loop 286 at the south end of CR 24140 and one mile south of FM 1184 in Lamar County. The other location is within the city limits of Paris on the west side of Paris, near the intersection of 41st St. and Old Bonham Road. The Company will be working on a section of pipeline in the area as part of maintenance on its pipeline.

The controlled release of natural gas from the pipeline allows employees to work on the pipe safely. People in the area may smell the odor of natural gas and hear moderate noise during this process. Atmos Energy employees will be on-site to monitor the work as natural gas is vented into the atmosphere.

While no Atmos Energy customers will be affected, an affected pipeline company will be notified directly. Clients and residents in the general area, along with the City of Paris, Paris Police and Fire Departments, Lamar County officials, Sheriff’s office, and 911 operators will be notified of the controlled release prior to work beginning the morning of August 22.

SULPHUR SPRINGS, Texas (August 21, 2017) – Atmos Energy crews and contractors will oversee a controlled release of natural gas on Wednesday, August 23, between 8 a.m. and noon. Work will occur near the northeast corner of Interstate 30 and State Hwy 19. The Company will be working on a section of natural gas pipeline in the area as part of regular, routine maintenance operations.

The controlled release of natural gas from the pipeline allows employees to work on the pipeline safely. People in the area may smell the odor of natural gas and hear moderate noise during this process. Atmos Energy employees will be on-site to monitor the process as they vent natural gas into the atmosphere.

There will be no Atmos Energy customers affected while they perform maintenance work. Businesses in the area, along with Sulphur Springs city officials, police department, fire department, Hopkins County officials, Sheriff’s office, 911 operators, Sulphur Springs ISD and the media are being advised of the controlled release before work beginning August 23.