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Perform Household Safety Checks as Daylight Saving Time Ends
News Release
Safety
October 30, 2020
On Sunday, Nov. 1, the end of Daylight Saving Time in most states is an occasion to turn back the clocks and enjoy an extra hour of sleep. However, as the weather changes, the end of Daylight Saving Time is also a great opportunity to perform routine household checks that will keep your family safe and comfortable this winter.
Atmos Energy Celebrates National First Responders Day
Perspectives
Community
October 28, 2020

Every day in the United States an estimated 658,000 calls are made to 911, and every 24 seconds a fire department responds to a fire, so Atmos Energy proudly joins Americans nationwide in celebrating National First Responders Day to honor and salute hometown heroes including firefighters, police, medical teams, and other professionals who ensure the safety of

Atmos Energy Employees Go Above And Beyond Assisting With The Recovery From Hurricane Laura Damage In Many Louisiana Parishes
News Release
Safety
October 26, 2020

In the midst of one of the worst hurricane seasons on record, COVID-19 and other natural disasters, like wildfires this summer and tornadoes earlier this year, even the best emergency response plans are put to the test.

Atmos Energy Customer Support Associate Encourages Young Customer to Apply for Job
Perspectives
Customer Service
October 9, 2020

Customer Support Associate Kettrick Branch was hired on Aug. 10. How the 19-year-old wound up working at the Customer Contact Center is a remarkable story.

News Release
Financial
October 8, 2020
DALLAS (October 8, 2020)—Atmos Energy Corporation (NYSE: ATO) will host a conference call on Thursday, November 12, 2020, at 10:00 a.m. Eastern to review the company’s Fiscal 2020 year-end and fourth quarter financial results.
Atmos Energy Employees Employees Go Above And Beyond Assisting With The Recovery From Hurricane Laura Damage In Many Louisiana Parishes
Perspectives
Community
October 6, 2020

Hurricane Laura, a destructive Category 4 hurricane with sustained winds of 155 mph, struck the Lake Charles area around 2 a.m. on Aug. 27. Traveling north and veering northeast, the storm carved a path of destruction 70 miles wide, striking several Louisiana Division cities and towns. Lafayette is 70 miles east of Lake Charles and, although receiving sustained winds of 95 mph and 8 inches of rain in 12 hours, dodged a big-time bullet.