UGI Corporation Response to COVID-19

UGI Corporation

VALLEY FORGE, PA — In light of the national emergency declaration over the COVID-19 pandemic, UGI Corporation (NYSE: UGI) announced they have taken a broad range of preventative measures to help ensure the safety of thier employees, customers and the communities they serve.

The Company has implemented a COVID-19 Response Plan that follows the guidance and recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the World Health Organization (WHO), federal, state and local agencies.

Their Response Plan intends to assure that their businesses are staffed for a continuous supply of energy to their customers and for emergency calls, that their employees take all necessary measures to keep themselves and their customers safe and that their customer service centers are available to respond to customer calls.

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UGI is confident they are positioned to serve the critical needs of their customers in the United States and Europe through an extensive network of natural gas and LPG infrastructure.

“UGI remains focused on delivering our products safely and reliably to our customers in these challenging times. Our teams have responded well to our Response Plan and continue to work diligently to provide UGI’s critical services to our customers and communities,” said John Walsh, President and Chief Executive Officer of UGI.

“To date, our teams both domestically and in Europe have been able to operate with minimal disruption and we are confident in our ability to quickly digest new information and adjust accordingly,” Walsh continued. “We are continuing to monitor the impact of COVID-19 in our communities and throughout the world and will adapt to ensure we do our part to limit the spread of the virus. We want you to know that the health, well-being and safety of our employees, customers and communities is our top priority.”

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