|Market Value ($M)||1,226.97|
|Stock Quote||$ 45.53|
|As of May 21, 2013|
Minimum 20 minute delay.
NW Natural 2013 Annual Meeting of Shareholders
Thursday, May 23, 2013, 2:00 pm PDT
Oregon Convention Center
Meeting Rooms F 150 and F 151
777 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Portland, OR 97232
Internet Voting -
Telephone Voting - 1-800-690-6903
All internet & telephone voting are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week,
11:59 pm EDT on May 22, 2013.
2012 Annual Report
2013 Proxy Statement
Important Admission Information
If you plan to attend the annual meeting, please detach and retain the
admission ticket attached to your proxy card. As space is limited, you may
bring only one guest to the meeting. If you hold your stock through a broker,
bank, or other nominee, please bring a legal proxy or other evidence to
the meeting showing that you owned NW Natural Common Stock as of the record
date, April 4, 2013, and we will provide you with an admission ticket. If
you receive your Annual Meeting materials electronically and wish to attend
the meeting, please follow the instructions provided online for attendance.
A form of government-issued photograph identification will be required for
both you and your guest to enter the meeting.
Large bags and packages, cameras, recording equipment, and other electronic
devices will not be permitted in the meeting. A map with driving directions
appears on the inside cover of the proxy statement.
Questions? Please contact our Shareholder Services at 800-422-4012 ext.
NW Natural (NYSE:NWN) is a 154-year-old natural gas local distribution and storage
company headquartered in Portland, Oregon. NW Natural provides natural gas service
to about 689,000 residential, commercial, and industrial customers through 14,000
miles of mains and service lines in western Oregon and southwestern Washington.
It is the largest independent natural gas utility in the Pacific Northwest with
$2.8 billion in total assets. NW Natural and its subsidiaries currently own and
operate underground gas storage facilities with storage capacity of approximately
31 Bcf in Oregon and California.