4685 212th Street WestP. O. Box 188Farmington, MN 55024-0188Phone: 651.463.7126Fax: 651.463.7146NorthernNatural GasA BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY ENERGY COMPANYNorthern Natural Gas Company Is Testing a Safety SystemNorthern Natural Gas Company is planning to test an Emergency Shutdown Systenmat the Farmington Compressor Station. This test should commence around 8 a.m.on May 14, 2019The compressor station is located at 4685 212th Street West.Annual testing of the Emergency Shutdown System is a requirement of thePipeline Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, U.S. Departmentof Transportation. The purpose is to ensure proper operation of systemcomponents.This test involves venting gas as well as a moderately loud sound. The sound isexpected to last about 3 minutes.hinctesting is conducted in a controlled environmentThe natural gas that is vented is non-polluting and lighter than air, which meansthat it will rise quickly and dissipate immediately.Address questions or concerns to:Brian HackneyNorthern Natural Gas4685 212th Street WestFarmington, Minnesota 55024Office: (402) 530-3417 4685 212th Street West P. O. Box 188 Farmington, MN 55024-0188 Phone: 651.463.7126 Fax: 651.463.7146 Northern Natural Gas A BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY ENERGY COMPANY Northern Natural Gas Company Is Testing a Safety System Northern Natural Gas Company is planning to test an Emergency Shutdown Systenm at the Farmington Compressor Station. This test should commence around 8 a.m. on May 14, 2019 The compressor station is located at 4685 212th Street West. Annual testing of the Emergency Shutdown System is a requirement of the Pipeline Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation. The purpose is to ensure proper operation of system components. This test involves venting gas as well as a moderately loud sound. The sound is expected to last about 3 minutes. hi nc testing is conducted in a controlled environment The natural gas that is vented is non-polluting and lighter than air, which means that it will rise quickly and dissipate immediately. Address questions or concerns to: Brian Hackney Northern Natural Gas 4685 212th Street West Farmington, Minnesota 55024 Office: (402) 530-3417

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4685 212th Street West P. O. Box 188 Farmington, MN 55024-0188 Phone: 651.463.7126 Fax: 651.463.7146 Northern Natural Gas A BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY ENERGY COMPANY Northern Natural Gas Company Is Testing a Safety System Northern Natural Gas Company is planning to test an Emergency Shutdown Systenm at the Farmington Compressor Station. This test should commence around 8 a.m. on May 14, 2019 The compressor station is located at 4685 212th Street West. Annual testing of the Emergency Shutdown System is a requirement of the Pipeline Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation. The purpose is to ensure proper operation of system components. This test involves venting gas as well as a moderately loud sound. The sound is expected to last about 3 minutes. hi nc testing is conducted in a controlled environment The natural gas that is vented is non-polluting and lighter than air, which means that it will rise quickly and dissipate immediately. Address questions or concerns to: Brian Hackney Northern Natural Gas 4685 212th Street West Farmington, Minnesota 55024 Office: (402) 530-3417 4685 212th Street West P. O. Box 188 Farmington, MN 55024-0188 Phone: 651.463.7126 Fax: 651.463.7146 Northern Natural Gas A BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY ENERGY COMPANY Northern Natural Gas Company Is Testing a Safety System Northern Natural Gas Company is planning to test an Emergency Shutdown Systenm at the Farmington Compressor Station. This test should commence around 8 a.m. on May 14, 2019 The compressor station is located at 4685 212th Street West. Annual testing of the Emergency Shutdown System is a requirement of the Pipeline Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation. The purpose is to ensure proper operation of system components. This test involves venting gas as well as a moderately loud sound. The sound is expected to last about 3 minutes. hi nc testing is conducted in a controlled environment The natural gas that is vented is non-polluting and lighter than air, which means that it will rise quickly and dissipate immediately. Address questions or concerns to: Brian Hackney Northern Natural Gas 4685 212th Street West Farmington, Minnesota 55024 Office: (402) 530-3417

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