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Questar chief Jibson to step down after Dominion merger

's president, CEO and boardchairman intends to retire when the company's planned merger with DominionResources Inc. is completed.

Ronald Jibsonhas served as president and CEO since July 2010 and chairman since July 2012.

President Craig Wagstaffwill become president of the new Dominion Questar upon completion of the plannedmerger, Questar said in an April 27 announcement. Wagstaff will be in charge ofall current Questar operating companies, including the Questar Gas local utility,Questar Pipeline Co. andthe Wexpro Co. naturalgas development business.

Wagstaff willalso be senior vice president of Dominion. He will report to David Christian, CEOof Dominion Energy Infrastructure Group and Dominion Virginia Power.

In addition,Colleen Larkin Bell has been appointed as Dominion Questar vice president and generalmanager of Dominion Questar Gas, while Brady Rasmussen will serve as Dominion Questarvice president and general manager of Dominion Wexpro. Both will report to Wagstaff.Bell is vice president and general counsel at Questar, and Rasmussen is executivevice president and COO of Wexpro.

Dominion Questarwill be based in Salt Lake City, where the current Questar is headquartered.