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Mirant Corporation (MIR)

10/3/2005 8K Information

Ms. Fuller was President and Chief Executive Officer of Mirant Corporation (Mirant) from July 1999 thru September 2005. Under Ms. Fuller's guidance, Mirant spun off from its parent, Southern Company, in April 2001. From September 1997 to July 1999, she served as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Mirant Americas Energy Marketing, LP division of Mirant. Ms. Fuller was Executive Vice President of Mirant from October 1998 to July 1999. From May 1996 to October 1998, she was Senior Vice President of Mirant's North American operations and business development and, from February 1994 to May 1996, was Mirant's Vice President for domestic business development. Mirant filed for bankruptcy protection on July 14, 2003 and continues to operate as an ongoing business.

3/15/2005 Proxy Information

On July 14, 2003, Mirant and most of its domestic subsidiaries filed for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code. Certain of Mirant’s officers are also officers or directors of other subsidiaries that filed for reorganization under Chapter 11. As such, each of the Company’s executive officers has been associated with a corporation that filed a petition under the federal bankruptcy laws within the last five years.

Ms. Fuller served as an executive officer of Mobile Energy Services Company, LLC (“Mobile Energy”) from July 1995 to July 2001, and as an executive officer of its parent company Mobile Energy Services Holdings, Inc. (“MESH”) from February 1995 to January 1999. Mobile Energy owns a generating facility, which provides power and steam to a tissue mill in Mobile, Alabama. Mobile Energy and MESH filed for bankruptcy on January 14, 1999 in response to the announcement by its then largest customer, a pulp mill, of plans to cease operations in September 1999. A plan of reorganization for Mobile Energy and MESH was approved by the Bankruptcy Court and became effective December 16, 2003.

Mr. Dahlberg, as the non-employee Chairman of the Board, receives the same annual retainer and meeting fees as the other non-employee directors. Until April 2004, Mirant owned fractional shares of a business aircraft. Mr. Dahlberg’s personal use of such aircraft cost Mirant $10,004 in 2004. Mirant no longer owns any shares of the aircraft.

4/19/2004 10K Information

During 2003, Mirant owned fractional shares of a business aircraft. Mr. Dahlberg's personal use of such aircraft cost Mirant $74,416 in 2003.

Mr. Dangremond, our Chief Restructuring Officer, who is not an employee of Mirant, and several other financial professionals currently working on behalf of Mirant, are principals or employees of the turnaround management-consulting firm of AlixPartners LLC. Mirant has retained AlixPartners to provide certain financial expertise to assist the Company during the pendency of its bankruptcy case. During 2003, Mirant incurred fees and expenses totaling $7.8 million payable to AlixPartners. Mirant expects to continue to incur fees with AlixPartners during the pendency of its bankruptcy case.

On July 14, 2003, Mirant and most of our domestic companies filed for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code. Certain of our officers are also officers or directors of other subsidiaries, which filed for reorganization under Chapter 11. As such, each of the Company's executive officers has been associated with a corporation that filed a petition under the federal bankruptcy laws within the last five years. In addition, Mr. Dangremond served as Senior Vice President and Chief Restructuring Officer of Harnischfeger Industries, Inc., (subsequently renamed Joy Global) and Restructuring Officer and Chief Financial Officer of Zenith Electronics Corporation when those firms filed petitions under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code in 1999. Ms. Fuller served as an executive officer of Mobile Energy Services Company, LLC ("Mobile Energy") from July 1995 to July 2001, and as an executive officer of its parent company Mobile Energy Services Holdings, Inc. ("MESH") from February 1995 to January 1999.

Mobile Energy owns a generating facility, which provides power and steam to a tissue mill in Mobile, Alabama. Mobile Energy and MESH filed for bankruptcy on January 14, 1999 in response to the announcement by its then largest customer, a pulp mill, of plans to cease operations in September 1999. A plan of reorganization for Mobile Energy and MESH was approved by the Bankruptcy Court and became effective December 16, 2003.

4/30/2003 Proxy Information

Mr. Ed Adams was elected senior vice president of Mirant in February 2002. His wife Susan Adams was an employee of Mirant until October 24, 2002. In 2002, she received an aggregate salary of $100,879, as president of Mirant Intellectual Asset Management and Marketing, LLC, and severance payment of $86,765, in accordance with Mirant's standard severance plan. Mr. Richard Pershing is executive vice president of Mirant. His son-in-law, Ethan Davies, is employed by Mirant as an application server administrator. Mr. Davies received an aggregate salary and bonus of $65,836 for 2002.

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Mirant Corporation (MIR)

4/7/2006 Proxy Information

John M. Quain became a director of Mirant on January 3, 2006. He is a stockholder of Klett Rooney Leiber & Schloring, P.C., a law firm that provided services to Mirant in 2005. The aggregate amount paid by Mirant to Klett Rooney Leiber & Schloring, P.C. in 2005 was $24,751. Mirant does not intend to retain the services of Klett Rooney Leiber & Schloring, P.C. in 2006.

10/3/2005 8K Information

Ms. Fuller was President and Chief Executive Officer of Mirant Corporation (Mirant) from July 1999 thru September 2005. Under Ms. Fuller's guidance, Mirant spun off from its parent, Southern Company, in April 2001. From September 1997 to July 1999, she served as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Mirant Americas Energy Marketing, LP division of Mirant. Ms. Fuller was Executive Vice President of Mirant from October 1998 to July 1999. From May 1996 to October 1998, she was Senior Vice President of Mirant's North American operations and business development and, from February 1994 to May 1996, was Mirant's Vice President for domestic business development. Mirant filed for bankruptcy protection on July 14, 2003 and continues to operate as an ongoing business.

3/15/2005 Proxy Information

On July 14, 2003, Mirant and most of its domestic subsidiaries filed for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code. Certain of Mirant’s officers are also officers or directors of other subsidiaries that filed for reorganization under Chapter 11. As such, each of the Company’s executive officers has been associated with a corporation that filed a petition under the federal bankruptcy laws within the last five years.

Ms. Fuller served as an executive officer of Mobile Energy Services Company, LLC (“Mobile Energy”) from July 1995 to July 2001, and as an executive officer of its parent company Mobile Energy Services Holdings, Inc. (“MESH”) from February 1995 to January 1999. Mobile Energy owns a generating facility, which provides power and steam to a tissue mill in Mobile, Alabama. Mobile Energy and MESH filed for bankruptcy on January 14, 1999 in response to the announcement by its then largest customer, a pulp mill, of plans to cease operations in September 1999. A plan of reorganization for Mobile Energy and MESH was approved by the Bankruptcy Court and became effective December 16, 2003.

Mr. Dahlberg, as the non-employee Chairman of the Board, receives the same annual retainer and meeting fees as the other non-employee directors. Until April 2004, Mirant owned fractional shares of a business aircraft. Mr. Dahlberg’s personal use of such aircraft cost Mirant $10,004 in 2004. Mirant no longer owns any shares of the aircraft.

4/19/2004 10K Information

During 2003, Mirant owned fractional shares of a business aircraft. Mr. Dahlberg's personal use of such aircraft cost Mirant $74,416 in 2003.

Mr. Dangremond, our Chief Restructuring Officer, who is not an employee of Mirant, and several other financial professionals currently working on behalf of Mirant, are principals or employees of the turnaround management-consulting firm of AlixPartners LLC. Mirant has retained AlixPartners to provide certain financial expertise to assist the Company during the pendency of its bankruptcy case. During 2003, Mirant incurred fees and expenses totaling $7.8 million payable to AlixPartners. Mirant expects to continue to incur fees with AlixPartners during the pendency of its bankruptcy case.

On July 14, 2003, Mirant and most of our domestic companies filed for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code. Certain of our officers are also officers or directors of other subsidiaries, which filed for reorganization under Chapter 11. As such, each of the Company's executive officers has been associated with a corporation that filed a petition under the federal bankruptcy laws within the last five years. In addition, Mr. Dangremond served as Senior Vice President and Chief Restructuring Officer of Harnischfeger Industries, Inc., (subsequently renamed Joy Global) and Restructuring Officer and Chief Financial Officer of Zenith Electronics Corporation when those firms filed petitions under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code in 1999. Ms. Fuller served as an executive officer of Mobile Energy Services Company, LLC ("Mobile Energy") from July 1995 to July 2001, and as an executive officer of its parent company Mobile Energy Services Holdings, Inc. ("MESH") from February 1995 to January 1999.

Mobile Energy owns a generating facility, which provides power and steam to a tissue mill in Mobile, Alabama. Mobile Energy and MESH filed for bankruptcy on January 14, 1999 in response to the announcement by its then largest customer, a pulp mill, of plans to cease operations in September 1999. A plan of reorganization for Mobile Energy and MESH was approved by the Bankruptcy Court and became effective December 16, 2003.

4/30/2003 Proxy Information

Mr. Ed Adams was elected senior vice president of Mirant in February 2002. His wife Susan Adams was an employee of Mirant until October 24, 2002. In 2002, she received an aggregate salary of $100,879, as president of Mirant Intellectual Asset Management and Marketing, LLC, and severance payment of $86,765, in accordance with Mirant's standard severance plan. Mr. Richard Pershing is executive vice president of Mirant. His son-in-law, Ethan Davies, is employed by Mirant as an application server administrator. Mr. Davies received an aggregate salary and bonus of $65,836 for 2002.