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  1. Williams Current Drilling and Producing Operations • Currently have 25 drilling rigs operating in Garfield and Rio Blanco Counties. 16 in Valley and 9 in Highlands. • Drilling at depths ranging from 5,400’ in Grand Valley field in Garfield County to 10,000’ in Ryan Gulch in Rio Blanco County. • 2-6 wells per pad on conventional rigs and up to 10 to 22 wells/pad on new HP/SSD rigs, all are directional. • Currently over 2608 wells producing 800 MMCFD (750 MMCFD from the valley and 50 MMCFD from Highlands) which provides energy (heat) to over 2,800,000 homes. NW CO Forum 9/4/08

  2. Piceance Drilling and Plant Update • Plan for 2008 is to drill over 500 wells in Garfield and Rio Blanco Counties. Plan for 2009 is identical to 2008. • All ten new H&P Flex 4 rigs are currently operating. Conducting SIMOPS on all HP pads. 4 Nabors High efficiency Super Sundowner Rigs are operating. 60% of rig fleet are these high efficiency rigs. • Expanding new Parachute Creek Plant III facility to over 1 BCF processing capacity which should be complete in 2008. • Williams Midstream is looking to construct the Willow Creek Cryogenic Plant by 2009 in Rio Blanco County. NW CO Forum 9/4/08

  3. Exploration & Production Williams position 25 Rigs Operating in the Piceance Basin A Ryan Gulch/ A A Red Point A Rulison Field A A Trail Ridge A Allen Point A A A A A A A A Grand Valley Field A A A A A A A A A Parachute Field A 20 miles • 24th Year of Development 115,000 Net Acres • The largest natural gas producer in Piceance Basin • 800 MMcfd Gross Operated Production • Operate 2608 wells • Operate 250+ miles of gathering and 4 gas plants • Access to 5 major interstate/intrastate pipelines • Currently 25 drilling rigs operating Drilling Rigs (blue is new HP & Green is Nabors SD new rigs) AAA

  4. Community • Williams received an award from the COGCC for Community Counts. • Williams has taken over 600 people, including school groups, retirees, community members, regulators and others on tours of operations, the Wheeler Gulch road and tunnel. • Williams spent over $37,000 at the Rio Blanco, Garfield, and Mesa County Fair’s Junior Livestock sales. • Williams’ Donna Gray will be co-chairing Garfield County’s United Way campaign and Susan Alvillar is co-chairing Mesa County’s United Way campaign.