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News Release
Financial
January 30, 2020

DALLAS (January 30, 2020) – Atmos Energy Corporation (NYSE: ATO) today announced it has joined Our Nation’s Energy Future Coalition (ONE Future), a voluntary alliance of leading companies across the natural gas supply chain focused on technology and policy solutions to drive continual improvement in the reduction of methane emissions.

Atmos Energy Partners with Waste Management for Compressed Natural Gas Facility in Ault, Colo.
Perspectives
Environment
January 14, 2020

Employees recently celebrated the opening of a compressed natural gas (CNG) fill station at Waste Management of Northern Colorado. The facility currently has 10 trucks on site using CNG, with plans to expand to 48 in the near future.

News Release
Financial
January 8, 2020
Atmos Energy Corporation (NYSE: ATO) will host a conference call on Wednesday, February 5, 2020, at 9:00 a.m. Eastern to review the company’s Fiscal 2020 first quarter financial results.
Perspectives
Nonprofit Spotlight
January 2, 2020

Salvation Army Founder William Booth once said, "The Salvation Army is a place of hope. When every other light is extinguished, and every other star has gone down, this one gleam shines steadily and clearly out in the darkened sky: ‘If I could only get to The Salvation Army, they will do something for me.'"

News Release
Financial
December 18, 2019
DALLAS (December 18, 2019) – Atmos Energy Corporation (NYSE: ATO) today released its 2019 Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability (CRS) Report detailing its focus on safety, strong governance, commitment to protecting the environment and support of the communities in which we live, work and serve our neighbors, friends and family members.
Atmos Energy Partners with Others to Deliver Renewable Energy
Perspectives
Environment
December 17, 2019

According to the EPA, municipal solid waste (MSW) landfills are the third-largest source of human-related methane emissions in the U.S., and methane has a global warming potential more than 25 times greater than carbon dioxide.