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Dominion Resources Inc. (D)

3/14/2006 Proxy Information

Two of DominionŐs directors, Dr. Simmons and Dr. Brown, have adult, financially independent children who are employees of DominionŐs services company. Dominion and its subsidiaries have approximately 17,400 full-time employees, and the company is a significant employer in Richmond, Virginia where both of the children are employed. Both are in non-officer, professional positions for which they are qualified based on their education and experience. Both are paid within the current market rate for their position and are eligible only for company benefits available to all other employees in similar positions. The 2005 compensation for Dr. SimmonsŐ son, S. Dallas Simmons, Jr., was $132,091; for Dr. BrownŐs daughter, Francine B. Mathews, 2005 compensation was $63,538.

Mr. Davidson retired as Chairman of Dominion Resources, Inc. in August 2000, shortly after Dominion and Consolidated Natural Gas Company merged in January 2000. Mr. Davidson has been associated with Consolidated Natural Gas since 1966, having served as Vice Chairman from October 1985 to January 1987, when he assumed the additional responsibility of Chief Operating Officer. In May 1987, he became Chairman and Chief Executive Officer and served in that capacity until becoming Chairman of Dominion Resources, Inc. in January 2000.

3/17/2005 Proxy Information

Two of DominionŐs directors, Dr. Simmons and Dr. Brown, have adult, financially-independent children who are employees of DominionŐs service company. Dominion and its subsidiaries have approximately 16,500 full-time employees, and the company is a significant employer in Richmond, Virginia where both of the children are employed. Both are in non-officer, professional positions for which they are qualified based on their education and experience. Both are paid within the current market rate for their position and are eligible only for company benefits available to all other employees in similar positions. The 2004 compensation for Dr. SimmonsŐ son, S. Dallas Simmons, Jr. was $94,197; for Dr. BrownŐs daughter, Francine B. Mathews, 2004 compensation was $91,800. The Board has determined that these employment relationships do not affect either directorŐs independence. Dominion and the individual directors have determined that neither director has a material interest in his childŐs employment.

Mr. Davidson retired as Chairman of Dominion Resources, Inc. in August 2000, shortly after Dominion and Consolidated Natural Gas Company merged in January 2000. Mr. Davidson has been associated with Consolidated Natural Gas since 1966, having served as Vice Chairman from October 1985 to January 1987, when he assumed the additional responsibility of Chief Operating Officer. In May 1987, he became Chairman and Chief Executive Officer and served in that capacity until becoming Chairman of Dominion Resources, Inc. in January 2000.

3/12/2004 Proxy Information

George A. Davidson is a former employee of Dominion.

Two of DominionŐs directors, Dr. Simmons and Dr. Brown, have adult, financially-independent children who are employees of DominionŐs service company. Dominion and its subsidiaries have approximately 16,700 full-time employees, and the company is a significant employer in Richmond, Virginia where both of the children are employed. Both are in non-officer, professional positions that they are qualified for based on their education and experience. Both are paid within the current market rate for their positions and are eligible only for company benefits available to all other employees in similar positions. The Board has determined that these employment relationships do not affect either directorŐs independence. Dominion and the individual directors have determined that neither director has a material interest in his childŐs employment.

3/21/2003 Proxy information

Two of DominionŐs directors, Dr. Simmons and Dr. Brown, have adult, financially-independent children who are employees of DominionŐs service company. Dominion and its subsidiaries have approximately 17,000 full-time employees, and the company is a significant employer in Richmond, Virginia where both of the children are employed. Both are in non-officer, professional positions that they are qualified for based on their education and experience. Both are paid within the current market rate for their positions, and are eligible only for company benefits available to all other employees in similar positions. The Board has determined that these employment relationships do not affect either directorŐs independence. Dominion and the individual directors have determined that neither director has a material interest in his childŐs employment.

An executive officer, Mary C. Doswell, has a brother who serves as an executive officer of a large banking institution that has an ongoing business relationship with Dominion. The company has paid the banking institution, which has over $18 billion in assets, approximately $5 million in fees during 2002, including fees for underwriting services. Ms. Doswell was not involved in any way in DominionŐs decision to use this particular banking institution for the services provided. The amounts paid were consistent with market rates for such services.