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					                                                                                                   Exhibit F
                                                                                                          to
                                                                                             Third Amended
                                                                                      Plan of Reorganization
                                                 Exhibit F
                                                                                                          to
                                                                                           Second Amended
                                                                                      Plan of Reorganization
                     TRUST FUNDING AGREEMENT IN CONNECTION WITH THE
                 PITTSBURGH CORNING CORPORATION PLAN OF REORGANIZATION,

                   AMONG PPG INDUSTRIES, INC., ITS PARTICIPATING INSURERS,
               THE OFFICIAL COMMITTEE OF UNSECURED ASBESTOS CREDITORS, AND
             LAWRENCE FITZPATRICK, LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR FUTURE CLAIMANTS


       This Agreement is entered into by and between the parties signing below, as of August 18,
2003.January 29, 2009.
        In consideration of the mutual covenants and promises contained herein, and for other good and
valuable consideration, receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, the undersigned parties agree as
follows:
I.      Definitions
        For purposes of this Agreement only, the following terms shall have the following definitions:
        A.       “ACC” means the Official Committee of Unsecured Asbestos Creditors appointed by the
U.S. Trustee in the Pittsburgh Corning Chapter 11 case pursuant to section 1102 of the Bankruptcy Code.
        B.      “Acquired Entities” means those Entities identified on Schedule I to this Agreement.
        C.      “Affiliate” of an Entity shall have the meaning given that defined term in the Plan.
         D.      “Agreement” means this Trust Funding Agreement in Connection with the Modified
Third Amended Pittsburgh Corning Corporation Plan of Reorganization, Among PPG Industries, Inc., Its
Participating Insurers, the Official Committee of Unsecured Asbestos Creditors, and Lawrence
Fitzpatrick, Legal Representative for Future Claimants.
         DE.     “Asbestos Claims” means Asbestos PI Trust Claims, PPG Asbestos Premises Claims,
Asbestos Property Damage Claims, and Workers Compensation Claims that would otherwise have
qualified as Asbestos Personal Injury Claims but for the exclusion for Workers Compensation Claims in
that definition.
         EF.      “Asbestos Permanent Channeling Injunction” means an order or orders of the Bankruptcy
Court and/or the District Court issued pursuant to section 524(g) of the Bankruptcy Code, and any other
powers that the Bankruptcy Court or the District Court possess, including but not limited to those powers
granted under sections 1123(b)(3), 1123(b)(6), or 1129(a)(11) of the Bankruptcy Code, permanently and
forever staying, restraining, and enjoining any Entity from taking any action for the purpose of, directly or
indirectly, collecting, recovering, or receiving payment of, on, or with respect to any Channeled Asbestos
PI Trust Claim from and against any Asbestos Protected Party (all of which shall be channeled to the
Asbestos PI Trust for resolution and payment) from and against any Asbestos Protected Party, including
but not limited to:
                  (1) commencing, conducting, or continuing in any manner, directly or indirectly, any
suit, action, or other proceeding (including, without express or implied limitation, a judicial, arbitration,
administrative, or other proceeding) in any forum against or affecting any Asbestos Protected Party or any
property or interests in property of any Asbestos Protected Party;
                  (2) enforcing, levying, attaching (including, without express or implied limitation, any
prejudgment attachment), collecting, or otherwise recovering by any means or in any manner, whether
directly or indirectly, any judgment, award, decree, or other order against any Asbestos Protected Party or
any property or interests in property of any Asbestos Protected Party;
               (3) creating, perfecting, or otherwise enforcing in any manner, directly or indirectly, any
encumbrance against any Asbestos Protected Party or any property or interests in property of any
Asbestos Protected Party;
                 (4) seeking setoff, reimbursement, indemnification or contribution from, or subrogation
against, any Asbestos Protected Party or otherwise setting off or recouping in any manner, directly or
indirectly, any amount against any liability owed to any Asbestos Protected Party; and
                (5) proceeding in any manner adverse to any Asbestos Protected Party or the property of
any Asbestos Protected Party in any place with regard to any matter that is subject to resolution pursuant
to the Asbestos PI Trust, except in conformity and compliance therewith.
       FG.       “Asbestos Personal Injury Claims” shall mean any past, present, or future Claim, right,
remedy, liability or Demand made or brought or that could be made or brought against:
                (1) any PPG Entities; or
                (2) any Participating Insurer Entities (including without limitation Claims or Demands
                brought pursuant to a direct action statute or similar theory of law),
under any statute or theory of law, equity, admiralty or otherwise, for, arising out of, resulting from, or
attributable to, directly or indirectly, bodily injury, sickness, disease, illness, ailment, death, medical
monitoring for increased risk, fear of or increased risk of any of the foregoing, loss of consortium, or
survivorship, arising out of or based on or attributable to, in whole or in part, exposure to asbestos or
asbestos containing products or materials (including without limitation (i) such Claims or Demands
arising in whole or in part out of any actual or alleged relationship on the part of the PPG Entities with
Pittsburgh Corning or (ii) such Claims or Demands that are allegedly covered by shared insurance
policies covering both the PPG Policyholder Companies and Pittsburgh Corning or policies covering
either of them), which seek damages of any kind (including but not limited to punitive or exemplary
damages), costs, expenses, or other remedies, including legal, equitable or mandatory relief, under any
statute or theory of law, equity, admiralty or otherwise, provided, however, that this definition shall not
include (i) any PPG Asbestos Premises Claims or (ii) any Workers Compensation Claims.
        GH.      “Asbestos Property Damage Claims” shall mean all past, present, or future Claims or
demands (including but not limited to Claims or demands for contribution, reimbursement, subrogation,
guaranty, or indemnity on account of liability incurred in an action in which the claimant has been, is, or
may be a defendant in such action containing a Claim or Demand for damages, costs, expenses, or other
remedies, including legal, equitable or mandatory relief) made or brought or that could be made or
brought against:
                (1) any PPG Entities; or
                (2) any Participating Insurer Entities (including without limitation Claims or demands
                brought pursuant to a direct action statute or similar theory of law),
solely for property damage or economic loss (including without limitation diminution in value, removal
of asbestos or asbestos-containing products, remediation or any other damage to buildings or structures
allegedly resulting from the installation, incorporation, or presence of asbestos-containing materials
therein), which seek damages of any kind (including but not limited to punitive damages or exemplary
damages), costs, expenses, or other remedies, including legal, equitable or mandatory relief, arising out of
or in any way related to asbestos or asbestos containing products or materials, under any theory of law,
equity, admiralty or otherwise whether based on tort, contract, statute or other basis of liability.


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HI.     “Asbestos Protected Party” means all of the following parties:
                (1)      Pittsburgh Corning and the Reorganized PCC;


                (2)      any and all affiliates of Pittsburgh Corning, including PCE; the PPG Entities, the
                PPG Affiliates and the PPG Affiliated Parties, with respect to Asbestos PI Trust Claims
                that arise, in whole or in part, out of exposure to:
                         (a)    Unibestos, or any other asbestos or asbestos-containing products actually
                                or allegedly manufactured, sold and/or distributed by Pittsburgh Corning,
                                or asbestos on or emanating from any Pittsburgh Corning premises; or
                         (b)    any other alleged asbestos or asbestos-containing product to the extent
                                that a claimant is alleging or seeking to impose liability, directly or
                                indirectly, for the conduct of, claims against or demands on Pittsburgh
                                Corning by reason of any of the PPG Entities', the PPG Affiliates’, the
                                PPG-Affiliated Parties’ or the Participating Insurer Entities': (i)
                                ownership of a financial interest in Pittsburgh Corning; (ii) involvement
                                in the management of Pittsburgh Corning, or service as an officer,
                                director or employee of Pittsburgh Corning or a related party; (iii)
                                provision of insurance to Pittsburgh Corning or a related party; or (iv)
                                involvement in a financial transaction affecting the financial condition of
                                Pittsburgh Corning or a related party;
                (3)      the PPG Entities and PPG Affiliates;(4) the Participating Insurer Entities, in
                their capacity as such and/or as issuers of the Participating Insurance Policies andor
                policies issued to or covering Pittsburgh Corning; and
                (54)     any Entity that qualifies as an “Asbestos Protected Party” as defined in the Plan.
        IJ.     “Asbestos PI Trust” means the trust established by the Asbestos PI Trust Agreement.
       JK.    “Asbestos PI Trust Agreement” means the Pittsburgh Corning Corporation Asbestos PI
Trust Agreement that is attached to the Plan as “Exhibit A.”
       KL.     “Asbestos PI Trust Claims” means all Asbestos Personal Injury Claims, all Indirect
Asbestos Claims, and all Insurance Practices Claims.
        LM.     “Bankruptcy Code” means the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1978, as amended, and as
codified in title 11 of the United States Code.
        MN. “Bankruptcy Court” means the United States District Court for the Western District of
Pennsylvania, having jurisdiction over the Pittsburgh Corning Chapter 11 case and, to the extent of any
reference made pursuant to section 157 of Title 28 of the United States Code, the unit of such District
Court constituted pursuant to section 151 of Title 28 of the United States Code.
        O.      “Channeled Asbestos PI Trust Claim” shall have the meaning given that defined term in
the Plan.
         NP.       “Claim” means: (1) right to payment, whether or not such right is reduced to judgment,
liquidated, unliquidated, fixed, contingent, matured, unmatured, disputed, undisputed, legal, equitable,
secured, or unsecured; or (2) right to an equitable remedy for breach of performance if such breach gives
rise to a right to payment, whether or not such right to an equitable remedy is reduced to judgment, fixed,
contingent, matured, unmatured, disputed, undisputed, secured, or unsecured. Any such right shall be a
“Claim” without regard to the identity or status of the Entity, including Pittsburgh Corning, that holds it.



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        OQ.     “Confidential Joint Defense and Funding Agreement for PPG Asbestos Premises Claims”
means that certain agreement among PPG, theThe Travelers CompaniesIndemnity Company, Hartford
Accident and Indemnity Company, the Participating Other Primary Insurers, Westchester Fire Insurance
Company, the KWELMB Companies, CNA Reinsurance Company Limited and Riunione Adriatica di
SicurtaZurich American Insurance Company, Century Indemnity Company and Travelers Casualty and
Surety Company with respect to PPG Asbestos Premises Claims.
       PR.    “Confirmation Date” means the later of the datesdate on which the clerk of the
Bankruptcy Court or the District Court enters the Confirmation Order on the docket.
         QS.     “Confirmation Order” means the order or orders of the Bankruptcy Court confirming the
Plan as may be signedaffirmed by the District Court or the Order of the District Court confirming the
Plan, in accordance with the provisions of chapterChapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code, which will contain,
inter alia, the Asbestos Permanent Channeling Injunction, and will otherwise be consistent with the
provisions set forth in Section 8.1 of the Plan.
       RT.    “Corning” means Corning Incorporated, formerly known as Corning GlassworksGlass
Works, a New York corporation, and its predecessors and successors.
        S.       “Corning Insurers” means any Entity that qualifies as a “Corning Insurer” as defined in
the Plan.
        TU.      “Demand” means a demand for payment, present or future, that: (1) was not a Claim as
of the Confirmation Date; (2) arises or arose out of the same or similar conduct or events that gave rise to
the Asbestos PI Trust Claims that are addressed by the Asbestos Permanent Channeling Injunction; and
(3) pursuant to the Plan is eligible to be paid from the Asbestos PI Trust if properly filed.
       UV.     “District Court” means the United States District Court for the Western District of
Pennsylvania, having jurisdiction over the Pittsburgh Corning Chapter 11 Casecase.
        VW. “Entity” means an individual, corporation, partnership, limited liability company,
association, joint stock company, joint venture, estate, trust, unincorporated organization, government or
any political subdivision thereof, the United States Trustee, or other person or entity.
         WX. “Final Order” means an order of a court: (i) as to which the time to appeal, petition for
writ of certiorari, or otherwise seek appellate review or to move for reargument, rehearing or
reconsideration has expired and as to which no appeal, petition for writ of certiorari, or other appellate
review, or proceedings for reargument, rehearing or reconsideration shall then be pending; or (ii) or as to
which any right to appeal, petition for certiorari, or move for reargument or rehearing shall have been
waived in writing in form and substance satisfactory to Pittsburgh Corning or Reorganized PCC, as the
case may be, and to PPG, the PPG Participating Insurers, Corning, and their counsel; or (iii) in the event
that an appeal, writ of certiorari, or other appellate review or reargument, rehearing or reconsideration
thereof has been sought, such order shall have been affirmed by the highest court to which such order was
appealed from which writ of certiorari or other appellate review or reargument, rehearing or
reconsideration was sought, and the time to take any further appeal, to petition for writ of certiorari, to
otherwise seek appellate review, and to move for reargument, rehearing or reconsideration shall have
expired.
         X.       “Funding Effective Date” means the thirtieth day after the date on which the
Confirmation Order becomes a Final Order or, if a stay of the Confirmation Order is in effect on such
date, the thirtieth business day after the expiration, dissolution, or lifting of such stay by order which itself
becomes a Final Order, provided, however, that if all conditions to the implementation of the Plan
approved by the Confirmation Order, which has become a Final Order, have not been satisfied or waived
by the time of the Funding Effective Date as calculated above, then the Funding Effective Date shall be
the tenth business day after all such conditions precedent have been satisfied or waived.



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        Y.       “Funding Effective Date” shall have the meaning given that defined term in the Plan.
        Z.       “Future Claimants’ Representative” means Lawrence Fitzpatrick (or any court-appointed
successor), appointed as the Futures Representative for Pittsburgh Corning Corporation pursuant to
Section 524(g)(4)(B) of the Bankruptcy Code and by order of the Bankruptcy Court on February 16,
2001, as the legal representative for the purpose of protecting the interests of persons that may
subsequently assert Demands against Pittsburgh Corning.
       ZAA. “Hartford Companies” means First State Insurance Company, Hartford Accident and
Indemnity Company, and Twin City Fire Insurance Company.
        AABB. “Hartford Entities” means the Hartford Companies and their respective parents,
predecessors and affiliatesAffiliates, as of May 13, 2002,December 31, 2007, solely in their capacity as
insurers of the PPG Policyholder Companies.
        BBCC. “Hartford Releasing/Released Entities” means the Hartford Companies, solely in their
capacity as insurers of the PPG Releasing/Released Entities, and each of their predecessors, past or
present corporate parents, divisions, subsidiaries, affiliatesAffiliates, all of their respective officers,
directors, employees, agents, representatives, and attorneys, or the successors of any of them, in their
capacity as such, provided, however, that the Hartford Releasing/Released Entities does not include
Excess Insurance Company, Limited.
          CCDD. “Indirect Asbestos Claims” means any past, present or future Claim, right, remedy,
liability or Demand made or brought or that could be made or brought against:
                 (1) any PPG Entities; or
                 (2) any Participating Insurer Entities (including without limitation Claims or Demands
                 brought against a Participating Insurer pursuant to a direct action statute or similar theory
                 of law),
under any statute or theory of law, equity, admiralty, or otherwise, for contribution, reimbursement,
subrogation, guaranty, payment or indemnity, or insurance coverage on account of liability incurred, or
that may be in the future incurred, in an action in which the claimant has been, is, or may be a defendant
in such action containing a Claim or Demand for damages of any kind (including but not limited to
punitive damages or exemplary damages), costs, expenses, or other remedies, including legal, equitable,
statutory or mandatory relief, for, arising out of, resulting from, or attributable to, directly or indirectly,
bodily injury, sickness, disease, illness, ailment, death, medical monitoring for increased risk, fear of or
increased risk of any of the foregoing, loss of consortium, or survivorship arising out of or based on or
attributable to, in whole or in part, exposure to asbestos or asbestos containing products or materials,
except for any liability based on PPG Asbestos Premises Claims.
DD.     “Insolvent Insurer Policies” means those policies identified on Schedule K to this Agreement.
         EE.      “Insolvent Insurer Rights” means all of PPG’s rights, claims for coverage, causes of
action, or choses in action for accrued or future coverage claims, demands, or other entitlements to
insurance proceeds and any and all extra-contractual rights (including any statutory or common law bad
faith or unfair claim handling rights) on account of Asbestos PI Trust Claims under the Insolvent Insurer
Policies, including any rights to any payments of dividends or scheme payments from any insolvent
insurer’s estate or its receiver, liquidator or scheme administrator on account of Asbestos PI Trust Claims.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, Insolvent Insurer Rights shall not include: (1) ownership of any policies
issued by any insolvent insurance company; (2) any rights, claims for coverage, causes of action, or
choses in action for insurance coverage or proceeds in connection with any Claim alleging first exposure
to asbestos after the Funding Effective Date; (3) ownership of any rights, claims for coverage, causes of
action, or choses in action for accrued or future coverage claims, demands, or other entitlement to
insurance proceeds, and any and all extra-contractual rights (including any statutory or common law bad


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faith or unfair claim handling rights) arising under or in connection with policies issued by any insolvent
insurance company on account of any Claims or demands other than Asbestos PI Trust Claims, including,
but not limited to, Claims or demands arising out of PPG Asbestos Premises Claims; and (4) any rights,
claims for coverage, causes of action, or choses in action for insurance coverage or proceeds or dividend
payments or scheme payments from any insolvent insurer’s estate or its receiver, liquidator or scheme
administrator under the products/completed operations limits of any insurance policies issued by an
insolvent insurer that are identified on Schedule H to this Agreement.
        FF.     “Insurance Claims Agreement” means the document attached as Exhibit M to the Plan.
         GGFF. “Insurance Guaranty Fund Rights” means all of PPG’s rights, claims for coverage, causes
of action, or choses in action for accrued or future coverage claims, demands, or other entitlements to
payment from any state insurance guaranty association, arising under or in connection with any state
insurance guaranty statute, on account of Asbestos PI Trust Claims in connection with the Insolvent
Insurer Policies. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Insurance Guaranty Fund Rights shall not include: (1)
ownership of any policies issued by any insurer whose obligations have been assumed by a state
insurance guaranty association; (2) any rights, claims for coverage, causes of action, or choses in action
for insurance coverage or proceeds in connection with any Claim alleging first exposure to asbestos after
the Funding Effective Date; (3) ownership of any rights, claims for coverage, causes of action, or choses
in action for accrued or future coverage claims, demands, or other entitlement to insurance proceeds, and
any and all extra-contractual rights (including any statutory or common law bad faith or unfair claim
handling rights) arising under or in connection with policies issued by any insurance company whose
obligations have been assumed by a state insurance guaranty association on account of any Claims or
demands other than Asbestos PI Trust Claims, including, but not limited to Claims or demands arising out
of PPG Asbestos Premises Claims; and (4) any rights, claims for coverage, causes of action, or choses in
action for insurance coverage or proceeds or dividend payments or scheme payments from any insolvent
insurer’s estate or its receiver, liquidator or scheme administrator under the products/completed
operations limits of any insurance policies that are subject to a Pre-1981 PC Settlement Agreement.
         HH.      “Insurance Practices Claims” shall mean all past, present or future Claims or
demandsDemands that (i) allege unfair competition, unfair or deceptive claims handling or trade
practices, insurer bad faith, conspiracy, failure to disclose information, or any similar theory of law,
arising out of or based on or attributable to the handling of any asbestos-related claim against the PPG
Entities or Pittsburgh Corning or (ii) seek recovery or relief from any of the Participating Insurers (or any
past or present corporate parent, subsidiary, predecessor or affiliateAffiliate of any Participating Insurer),
in its capacity as an insurer of any of the PPG Entities or Pittsburgh Corning, or any of their respective
past or present officers, directors, employees, agents, representatives and attorneys, or the successors of
any of them, in their capacity as such, arising out of or based on or attributable to, in whole or in part,
asbestos or asbestos-related claims. Notwithstanding the foregoing, any claim that meets the definition of
Asbestos Personal Injury Claims, Indirect Asbestos Claims, PPG Asbestos Premises Claims or Asbestos
Property Damage Claims is excluded from this definition of Insurance Practices Claims.
        II.    “KWELMB Companies” means Kingscroft Insurance Company Limited (formerly Dart
Insurance Company Limited, Dart and Kraft Insurance Company Limited, and Kraft Insurance Company
Limited), Walbrook Insurance Company Limited, El Paso Insurance Company Limited, Lime Street
Insurance Company Limited (formerly Louisville Insurance Company Limited), and Mutual Reinsurance
Company Limited, and The Bermuda Fire & Marine Insurance Company Limited, In Liquidation.
        JJGG. “Non-Participating Insurance Policies” means the insurance policies of the Non-
Participating Insurers that are identified on Schedule E to this Agreement.
       KKHH. “Non-Participating Insurers” means the insurers that are identified in “Column 1” on
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         LLII. “Non-Participating Policy Rights” means all of PPG’s rights, claims for coverage, causes
of action, or choses in action for accrued or future coverage claims, demands, or other entitlements to
insurance proceeds, and any and all extra-contractual rights (including any statutory or common law bad
faith or unfair claim handling rights) arising under or in connection with each of the Non-Participating
Insurance Policies on account of Asbestos PI Trust Claims. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Non-
Participating Policy Rights shall not include: (1) ownership of the Non-Participating Insurance Policies;
(2) any rights, claims for coverage, causes of action, or choses in action for insurance coverage or
proceeds in connection with any Claim alleging first exposure to asbestos after the Funding Effective
Date; (3) ownership of any rights, claims for coverage, causes of action, or choses in action for accrued or
future coverage claims, demands, or other entitlement to insurance proceeds, and any and all extra-
contractual rights (including any statutory or common law bad faith or unfair claim handling rights)
arising under or in connection with the Non-Participating Insurance Policies on account of any Claims or
demands other than Asbestos PI Trust Claims, including but not limited to PPG Asbestos Premises
Claims; and (4) any rights, claims for coverage, causes of action, or choses in action for insurance
coverage or proceeds or dividend payments or scheme payments from any insolvent insurer’s estate or its
receiver, liquidator or scheme administrator under the products/completed operations limits of any
insurance policies that are subject to a Pre-1981 PC Settlement Agreement.
         MM. “Other Policies” means any general liability insurance policies and any policies that are
umbrella or excess thereto, not set forth on Schedules B and C of this Agreement, issued by aany of the
Hartford Companies, Travelers Companies, Participating Excess InsurerInsurers or Participating Other
Primary InsurerInsurers, or their respective predecessors or affiliatesAffiliates as of May 13,
2002,December 31, 2007 (a) to any of the PPG Policyholder Companies, or (b) naming a PPG
Policyholder Company as a named insured, including such policies that identify any PPG Policyholder
Company as an additional named insured by name or by definition for all general liability insurance
purposes under the policies, or (c) identifying any of the PPG Policyholder Companies as an insured or
additional insured by name or definition pursuant to a vendor’s endorsement, provided, however, that
“Other Policies” shall not include: (1) policies, subscriptions, or participations by a Participating Excess
Insurer or Participating Other Primary Insurer (or a predecessor or affiliateAffiliate of such Participating
Excess Insurer or Participating Other Primary Insurer) in a policy of insurance or slip or cover note issued
by Lloyd’s of London or any London market company unless that coverageLondon market company is
identified on Schedule B to this Agreement; (2) policies issued by an Entity that is not a Participating
Excess Insurer or Participating Other Primary Insurer, but which Entity is acquired by a Participating
Excess Insurer or Participating Other Primary Insurer; and (3) policies to the extent they afford coverage
to any of PPG’s or the PPG Entities’ foreign subsidiaries, affiliates and/or operationsAffiliates and/or
operations, but only with respect to claims by that foreign subsidiary or Affiliate and with respect to such
foreign operations; (4) policies set forth on Schedules E or K of this Agreement; and (5) policies released
pursuant to Sections VI.A, VII.A(i) or VII(A)(ii) of this Agreement.
       NNJJ. “Participating Excess Insurers” means those insurers that are identified in “Column 1” on
Schedule B to this Agreement.
        OOKK. “Participating Excess Insurance Policies” means the insurance policies of the
Participating Excess Insurers that are identified on Schedule B to this Agreement.
        PPLL. “Participating Insurance Policies” means the insurance policies of the Participating
Insurers that are identified on Schedules B, C and D to this Agreement.
         QQMM.            “Participating Insurer Entities” means any of the Participating Insurers (or any
past or present corporate parent, subsidiary, predecessor or affiliateAffiliate of any Participating Insurer),
solely in their capacity as an insurer of any of the PPG Entities, or any of their respective past or present
officers, directors, employees, agents, representatives and attorneys, or the successors of any of them, in
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        RRNN. “Participating Insurers” means the Travelers Companies, the Hartford Companies, the
Participating Other Primary Insurers and the Participating Excess Insurers.
        SSOO. “Participating Other Primary Insurance Policies” means the policies of the Participating
Other Primary Insurers that are identified on Schedule C to this Agreement.
      TTPP. “Participating Other Primary Insurers” means those insurers that are identified in
“Column 1” on Schedule C to this Agreement.“
         UUQQ. “Participating T&H Primary Insurance Policies” means the insurance policies that are
identified on Schedule D to this Agreement.
        VVRR. “Payment Assignment” means a Participating Insurer’s assignment of its obligation to
make contributions to the Asbestos PI Trust pursuant to Section III.B.1 of this Agreement by means of a
“Qualified Assignment,” within the meaning of § 130(c) of the Internal Revenue Code, as amended, or by
means of a non-qualified assignment, provided that in either case the ACC and the Future Claimants’
Representative consent to the assignee or guarantor proposed by the Participating Insurer, which consent
shall not be unreasonably withheld if the proposed assignee or guarantor has an A.M. Best’s rating at least
equal to the rating of the Participating Insurer and, in any event, is not less than A.
        WWSS.“PCE” means Pittsburgh Corning Europe N.V., a company whose stock is owned fifty
percent by PPG and fifty percent by Corning Incorporated.
        XXTT. “Petition Date” means April 16, 2000.
        YYUU. “Pittsburgh Corning” means Pittsburgh Corning Corporation, a Pennsylvania corporation.
        ZZVV. “Pittsburgh Corning Acknowledgment and Mutual Release” means the document
attached hereto as Schedule G to this Agreement.
        AAAWW.           “Plan” means the Pittsburgh Corning plan of reorganization, either in its present
form or as it may be amended, supplemented, or otherwise modified from time to time, and the exhibits
and schedules to the foregoing, as the same may be in effect at the time such referenceplan becomes
operative.
        BBBXX.          “PPG” means PPG Industries, Inc., a Pennsylvania corporation.
        CCCYY.            “PPG Affiliates” means the Entities identified on Table 2 of Exhibit L to the
Plan, and the successors of any of them in their capacity as such, provided, however, that PPG Affiliates
shall not include Pittsburgh Corning or Corning.
         ZZ.     “PPG-Affiliated Party” means each past, present, or future officer, director, employee,
consultant, attorney, accountant, advisor, administrator, representative or agent of the PPG Entities in
their capacity as such.




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      DDDAAA.           “PPG Asbestos Premises Claims” shall mean all past, present, or future Claims or
demands to the extent that they are based on and allege:
                 (a)     exposure of the claimant (while not employed by PPG) to
                         asbestos at premises owned, leased or
                         occupied by PPG;
                 (b)     the identity and location of such PPG premises; and
                 (c)     the dates or approximate dates during which such exposure
                         occurred.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, to the extent that any Claim or demand is based on exposure to products
manufactured , sold and/or distributed by the PPG Entities or Pittsburgh Corning, it is not a PPG Asbestos
Premises Claim, but is an Asbestos Personal Injury Claim.
         EEEBBB.         “PPG Entities” means PPG, PPG Policyholder Companies and the Entities
identified on Table 1 of Exhibit L to the Plan, and the successors of any of them in their capacity as such,
provided, however, that PPG Entities shall not include Pittsburgh Corning or Corning.
        FFF. “PPG Insurance Policies” means the Participating Insurance Policies, the Non-
Participating Insurance Policies and the Insolvent Insurer Policies.
       GGGCCC.         “PPG Policyholder Companies” means PPG, Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company,
Southern Alkali Corporation, Columbia Southern Corporation, Houston Chemical Corporation, Chatham
Reading Chemical Corporation, Midvale Coal Company and Columbia Coal Company.
         HHHDDD.          “PPG Releasing/Released Entities” means PPG, its successors and predecessors
(including the PPG Policyholder Companies), and each of their predecessors, past or present corporate
parents, divisions, subsidiaries, and affiliates (Affiliates including the PPG Entities and PPG Affiliates),
and all of their respective officers, directors, employees, agents, representatives, and attorneys, or the
successors of any of them in their capacity as such, provided, however, that PPG Releasing/Released
Entities shall not include Pittsburgh Corning or Corning.
         IIIEEE. “PPG Trust Contribution” means the contributions to the Asbestos PI Trust as set forth in
this Agreement by, and/or on behalf of PPGthe PPG Entities, PPG Affiliates, PPG-Affiliated Parties and
the Participating InsurersInsurer Entities.
        JJJFFF. “Pre-1981 PC Settlement Agreement” means any of the settlement agreements,
arrangements or claims submissions that address Pittsburgh Corning’s Claims for insurance coverage for
asbestos-related bodily-injury Claims under the policies listed on Schedule H.
         KKKGGG.          “Releasing/Released Excess and Other Primary Insurer Entities” means the
Participating Excess Insurers and the Participating Other Primary Insurers, solely in their capacity as
insurers of the PPG Releasing/Released Entities, and each of their predecessors, past or present corporate
parents, divisions, subsidiaries, affiliatesAffiliates, all of their respective officers, directors, employees,
agents, representatives, and attorneys, or the successors of any of them, in their capacity as such.
         LLLHHH.          “Reorganized PCC” means Pittsburgh Corning, or any successors in interest
thereto, from and after the Funding Effective Date.
         MMMIII.         “Travelers Companies” means The Travelers Indemnity Company, and Travelers
Casualty and Surety Company (successor in interest toformerly known as The Aetna Casualty and Surety
Company), Unionamerica Insurance Company Limited (both in its own right and as successor-in-interest
to St. Paul Travelers Insurance Company Limited, formerly known as St. Katherine Insurance Company
Limited), St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company, United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company
and, for purposes of the releases and indemnities set forth in Sections VI and VII of this Agreement and
the Asbestos Permanent Channeling Injunction only, The Travelers Insurance Company.


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        NNNJJJ.          “Travelers Entities” means the Travelers Companies and their respective parents,
predecessors and affiliatesAffiliates, as of May 13, 2002,December 31, 2007 solely in their capacity as
insurers of the PPG Policyholder Companies.
         OOOKKK.          “Travelers Releasing/Released Entities” means the Travelers Companies, solely
in their capacity as insurers of the PPG Releasing/Released Entities, and each of their predecessors, past
or present corporate parents, divisions, subsidiaries, affiliatesAffiliates, all of their respective, officers,
directors, employees, agents, representatives, and attorneys, or the successors of any of them, solely in
their capacity as such.
       PPPLLL.          “Wellington Agreement” means the agreement, entitled “Agreement Concerning
Asbestos-Related Claims” and dated June 19, 1985, which was entered into between and among various
companies, including Pittsburgh Corning, and various insurers to provide for the administration, defense,
payment, and disposition of asbestos-related claims.
       QQQMMM. “Workers Compensation Claims” means Claims, whether asserted or not, by
employees of Pittsburgh Corning (as against Pittsburgh Corning) or of any of the PPG Entities (as against
any such PPG Entity) that are subject to the bar of aany state-mandated workers compensation system or
program.
II.     Conditions Precedent to Payment Obligations and Releases and
        Indemnification
        PPG and the Participating Insurers shall not be obligated or required to make any contributions to
the Asbestos PI Trust under this Agreement, nor shall the releases and indemnifications set forth in
Sections VI and VII be effective, until all of the following conditions precedent are satisfied or waived by
PPG and the Participating Insurers:
        A.      The Confirmation Order must be signed or affirmed by the District Court, and must
contain findings or conclusions materially as follows:
                 1.       The identification of each Asbestos Protected Party in the Asbestos Permanent
Channeling Injunction, as required by §Section 524(g) of the Bankruptcy Code, is fair and equitable with
respect to Entities that might subsequently assert Demands against each such Asbestos Protected Party, in
light of the benefits provided, or to be provided, to the Asbestos PI Trust by or on behalf of any such
Asbestos Protected Party.
                 2.      The PPG Trust Contribution fully resolves and satisfies the PPG Entities’, the
PPG Affiliates’, and the PPG-Affiliated Parties’ alleged and disputed liabilities for the Channeled
Asbestos PI Trust Claims and is fair and equitable to the holders of such Channeled Asbestos PI Trust
Claims, including, without limitation, the holders of Indirect Asbestos Claims. This finding, however,
shall not be binding and shall not have collateral estoppel effect on the Non-Participating Insurers in any
insurance coverage litigation regarding the insurance coverage obligations of the Non-Participating
Insurers.
                  3.      The contributions by the Participating Insurers (or their assignees) under the
Participating Insurance Policies constitute reasonable settlements and fair resolutions of the alleged
liability of such insurersthe Participating Insurer Entities under such policies for the Channeled Asbestos
PI Trust Claims, and such contributions satisfy the liability of such insurers, if any, for Channeled
Asbestos PI Trust Claims under the Participating Insurance Policies.
                4.       With respect to the holders of Channeled Asbestos PI Trust Claims, the PPG
Trust Contribution is a reasonable contribution to the Asbestos PI Trust in consideration of the relief
provided to the Asbestos Protected Parties by the Asbestos Permanent Channeling Injunction, in view of
the alleged and disputed liability of the PPG Entities, PPG Affiliates and PPG-Affiliated Parties for
Channeled Asbestos PI Trust Claims. This finding, however, shall not be binding and shall not have


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collateral estoppel effect on the Non-Participating Insurers in any insurance coverage litigation regarding
the insurance coverage obligations of the Non-Participating Insurers.
                 5.      The Asbestos Permanent Channeling Injunction, as applied to Channeled
Asbestos PI Trust Claims against the PPG Entities, PPG Affiliates, the PPG-Affiliated Parties and the
Participating Insurer Entities, is essential and necessary to Pittsburgh Corning’s reorganization because,
among other reasons, neither PPG nor any of the Participating Insurers would be willing to make their
respective Asbestos PI Trust contributions herein without the protection provided by the Asbestos
Permanent Channeling Injunction.
                  6.      In view of the substantial contributions by PPG and the Participating Insurers to
the Asbestos PI Trust being made by or on behalf of the Asbestos Protected Parties, it is reasonable and
fair for the Plan to provide that those who accept payment from the Asbestos PI Trust release the
Asbestos Protected Parties from any liability as set forth in Section 11.8 of the Plan.
       B.      The ACC and Future Claimants’ Representative must have supported the entry of a
Confirmation Order that contains findings or conclusions materially as follows:
                 41.     Suits against PPG for Claims or Demands relating to asbestos or asbestos-
containing products manufactured, distributed, or sold by Pittsburgh Corning or its affiliatesAffiliates are
inextricably intertwined with suits against Pittsburgh Corning.
                  52.      The assertion of Claims and Demands against PPG relating to asbestos or
asbestos-containing products manufactured, distributed, or sold by Pittsburgh Corning or its
affiliatesAffiliates, or asbestos-related Claims or Demands for which Pittsburgh Corning would otherwise
share liability with PPG, would give rise, under applicable law, to Demands for contribution, indemnity,
or other similar relief by PPG against Reorganized PCC or the Asbestos PI Trust in the absence of
protection from the Bankruptcy Court.
                 63.     Suits against PPG for Claims or Demands relating to asbestos or asbestos-
containing products, other than suits against PPG for PPG Asbestos Premises Claims, would reduce the
amount of insurance coverage that would otherwise be available to Pittsburgh Corning or to the Asbestos
PI Trust or the amount of insurance coverage to which Pittsburgh Corning has asserted a right to
coverage, and therefore there is an identity of interests of Pittsburgh Corning and PPG in enjoining
Channeled Asbestos PI Trust Claims against PPG.
                74.     The contributions made to the Asbestos PI Trust in accordance with Section III
of this Agreement are substantial and are a fundamental component of Pittsburgh Corning’s
reorganization.
          8C.     With respect to the holders of Asbestos PI Trust Claims, the PPG Trust Contribution is a
reasonable contribution to the Asbestos PI Trust in consideration of the relief provided to the Asbestos
Protected Parties by the Asbestos Permanent Channeling Injunction, in view of the alleged and disputed
liability of PPG for Asbestos PI Trust Claims relating to asbestos and asbestos-containing products
manufactured, distributed, or sold by Pittsburgh Corning or its predecessors or affiliates or for which
Pittsburgh Corning would otherwise share liability with PPG, including the potential defenses available to
each and the difficulties that holders of such Asbestos PI Trust Claims would have in establishing such
liability. This finding, however, shall not be binding and shall not have collateral estoppel effect on the
Non-Participating Insurers in any insurance coverage litigation regarding the insurance coverage
obligations of the Non-Participating Insurers.
          9.      With respect to the holders of Asbestos PI Trust Claims, the PPG Trust Contribution is a
reasonable contribution to the Asbestos PI Trust in consideration of the relief provided to the Asbestos
Protected Parties by the Asbestos Permanent Channeling Injunction, in view of the alleged and disputed
liability of the PPG Entities for Asbestos PI Trust Claims not relating to asbestos or asbestos-containing



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products manufactured, distributed, or sold by Pittsburgh Corning or its predecessors or affiliates for
which Pittsburgh Corning would not otherwise share liability with the PPG Entities, including the
potential defenses available to each and the difficulties that holders of such Asbestos PI Trust Claims
would have in establishing such liability. This finding, however, shall not be binding and shall not have
collateral estoppel effect on the Non-Participating Insurers in any insurance coverage litigation regarding
the insurance coverage obligations of the Non-Participating Insurers.
         10.    The Asbestos Permanent Channeling Injunction, as applied to Asbestos PI Trust Claims
against PPG and the Participating Insurers, is essential and necessary to Pittsburgh Corning’s
reorganization because, among other reasons, neither PPG nor any of the Participating Insurers would be
willing to make their respective Asbestos PI Trust contributions herein without the protection provided by
the Asbestos Permanent Channeling Injunction.
         11.     In view of the substantial contributions to the Asbestos PI Trust being made by or on
behalf of the Asbestos Protected Parties, it is reasonable and fair for the Plan to provide that those who
vote in favor of the Plan and those who accept payment from the Asbestos PI Trust release the Asbestos
Protected Parties from any liability as set forth in “Section 11.8” of the Plan. B. The Asbestos
Permanent Channeling Injunction must expressly provide that the sole and exclusive remedy of holders of
Channeled Asbestos PI Trust Claims shall be against the Asbestos PI Trust as set forth in the Plan.
         C.     The Confirmation Order signed or affirmed by the District Court must contain a finding
that the assignment by PPG of its Non-Participating Policy Rights, its Insolvent Insurer Rights, and its
Insurance Guaranty Fund Rights to be made to the Asbestos PI Trust is valid and enforceable.
        D.       Adoption of medical and exposure claims criteria that are generally acceptable to PPG
and the Participating Insurers, provided, however, that, in order to facilitate this Agreement, PPG and the
Participating Insurers have waived this condition with respect to the “Asbestos PI Trust Distribution
Procedures” filed as Exhibit B to the “Second Amended Plan of Reorganization Dated November 20,
2003 Jointly Proposed by Pittsburgh Corning Corporation, the Committee of Asbestos Creditors and the
Future Claimants’ Representative for Pittsburgh Corning Corporation.”
         E.      Corning must have executed the Insurance Claims Agreement in a form acceptable to the
parties to this Agreement.
       FE.     The Bankruptcy Court and/or District Court must approve, either through the
Confirmation Order or Final Order, this Agreement, including without limitation the Pittsburgh Corning
Acknowledgment and Mutual Release.
         GF.     The Confirmation Order must have become a Final Order and the Effective Date of the
Plan, as defined in the Plan, must have occurred.
        HG. There must be no stay in effect with respect to the Confirmation Order, and the
Confirmation Order, including the Asbestos Permanent Channeling Injunction, must be in full force and
effect.
         IH.      Pittsburgh Corning must have executed the Pittsburgh Corning Acknowledgment and
Mutual Release and the Plan as confirmed must provide for a release or contain a finding or conclusion of
law that has the effect of discharging, as of the Funding Effective Date, any and all Claims, causes of
action, demands and rights, whether known or unknown, asserted or unasserted, whether at law or in
equity, which Pittsburgh Corning has, or ever had, or may have in the future against any of the
Participating Insurers (and any past or present corporate parent, subsidiary, predecessor or
affiliateAffiliate of any Participating Insurer), solely in its capacity as an insurer of any of the PPG
Entities or Pittsburgh Corning, or any of their respective past or present officers, directors, employees,
agents, representatives and attorneys, or the successors of any of them, in their capacity as such, for
coverage or payment of asbestos bodily injury or property damage under any insurance policies issued by



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the Participating Insurers (or any past or present corporate parent, subsidiary, predecessor or
affiliateAffiliate of any Participating Insurer) to the PPG Policyholder Companies, Pittsburgh Corning
and/or Corning, or under any settlement or other agreement, including but not limited to the Wellington
Agreement, provided, however, that the Pittsburgh Corning Acknowledgment and Mutual Release and the
findings or conclusions of law shall not release remaining payment obligations, if any, of a Participating
Insurer under a Pre-1981 PC Settlement Agreement as designated on Schedule H, hereto.
         JI.    The injunction against the prosecution of the pending actions or other asbestos actions
against PPG, as originally entered on the Petition Date must be continued through the Funding Effective
Date.
        J.      The Asbestos PI Trust will seek and receive releases from any holders of Channeled
Asbestos PI Trust Claims who receive payment from the Asbestos PI Trust, containing language in all
material respects identical to the form of release attached as Schedule L to this Agreement and shall
provide PPG or any Participating Insurer with copies of secured releases upon request.
         K.        The Plan as confirmed shall contain a provision identical to “Section 11.9” of the
“Second Amended Plan of Reorganization Dated November 20, 2003 Jointly Proposed by Pittsburgh
Corning Corporation, the Committee of Asbestos Creditors and the Future Claimants’ Representative for
Pittsburgh Corning Corporation.”Asbestos PI Trust is in material compliance with its obligations in favor
of the PPG Entities and the Participating Insurer Entities including, but not limited to, the Asbestos PI
Trust’s indemnification obligations under Section 1.4(d) of the Pittsburgh Corning Asbestos Personal
Injury Trust Agreement, attached as Exhibit A to the Plan, and under Articles 11.7.2 and 11.8 of the Plan.
Without limiting the foregoing, if the Asbestos PI Trust has not satisfied its obligation to pay indemnified
defense costs or losses tendered to it by any of the PPG Entities or the Participating Insurer Entities
("Unpaid Indemnified Costs"), PPG or any Participating Insurer will have a right of set-off against its or
its Affiliate's outstanding contributions to the Asbestos PI Trust in the amount of its Unpaid Indemnified
Costs. And without limiting the foregoing, a Participating Insurer that incurs Unpaid Indemnification
Costs which exceed its or its Affiliate's outstanding contributions to the Asbestos PI Trust ("Excess
Unpaid Indemnification Costs") will have a right to recover such Excess Unpaid Indemnification Costs
from the escrow account ("Indemnification Escrow") to be established in accordance with the agreement
attached hereto as Schedule M ("Escrow Agreement"). To establish the Indemnification Escrow, the
Asbestos PI Trust will transfer ten million dollars ($10,000,000.00) to the escrow agent, and will on each
of the next nine annual anniversaries of the Funding Effective Date, provided the Escrow Agreement
remains in force according to its terms, transfer an additional ten million dollars ($10,000,000.00) to the
escrow agent for a total maximum contribution of one-hundred million dollars ($100,000,000.00). The
Escrow Agreement will provide that if a Participating Insurer provides written notice to the escrow agent
that it has incurred Excess Unpaid Indemnification Costs, the escrow agent must pay to such Participating
Insurer such Excess Unpaid Indemnified Costs, provided, however, that the Participating Insurers shall no
longer have any rights to recover Excess Unpaid Indemnified Costs from the Indemnification Escrow
after such date as Century Indemnity Company, Pacific Employers Insurance Company and Westchester
Fire Insurance Company grant releases to the Travelers Releasing/Released Entities, the Hartford
Releasing/Released Entities, and the Releasing/Released Excess and Other Primary Insurer Entities that
are coextensive with the releases set forth in Sections VII.B and VII.C of this Agreement. Any disputes
regarding the propriety of a Participating Insurer's request for Unpaid Indemnified Costs will be
determined by the Bankruptcy Court or the District Court. If such court determines that the Asbestos PI
Trust was not obligated to pay some or all of the Unpaid Indemnified Costs, then the Participating Insurer
must return those funds to the escrow agent or to the Asbestos PI Trust within thirty days.




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III.    Contributions to the Asbestos PI Trust
        If each of the conditions in Section II is either satisfied or waived by the party (or parties) as to
which such conditions are applicable, then PPG and the Participating Insurers shall make the following
contributions to the Asbestos PI Trust.
        A.       PPG’s Contributions to the Asbestos PI Trust
                 1.      Cash Contributions
                          a.      PPG shall make cash contributions to the Asbestos PI Trust pursuant to
the terms of Schedule A to this Agreement, which sets forth the dates on which payments will be made to
the Asbestos PI Trust by PPG and the amount of those payments. In the event that the Funding Effective
Date is later than the date of any payment obligations set forth on Schedule A to this Agreement, then
such payment obligation shall be deferred until the Funding Effective Date.
                         b.     The payment obligations of PPG set forth on Schedule A to this
Agreement are subject to the terms of the promissory note and accompanying note agreement attached to
the Plan as “Exhibit G.”
                        c.       PPG, at its sole discretion, may accelerate the payment of any obligation
set forth on Schedule A to this Agreement, calculated at a discount rate of 5.5% as of the accelerated
payment date.
                2.       On the Funding Effective Date, PPG shall assign to the Asbestos PI Trust its
Non-Participating Policy Rights, including any rights to insurance coverage for the Asbestos PI Trust
Claims that PPG has asserted against the Non-Participating Insurers under the Non-Participating
Insurance Policies in any pending insurance coverage actions.
                3.       On the Funding Effective Date, PPG shall assign to the Asbestos PI Trust its
Insolvent Insurer Rights and its Insurance Guaranty Fund Rights.
                  4.     On the Funding Effective Date, PPG shall transfer to the Asbestos PI Trust its
equity interests in PCE (48,750 shares of capital stock) and shall relinquish any Claim to its equity
interest in Pittsburgh Corning (26,500 shares of common stock, par value $100.00 per share).
                  53.     On the Funding Effective Date, PPG shall issue or transfer to the Asbestos PI
Trust either of the following, at PPG’s sole option:
                         a. 1,388,889 restricted shares of PPG’s common stock, or
                         b.       cash equal to the value of 1,388,889 shares of PPG common stock,
calculated on the basis of the average daily closing price of such stock on the New York Stock Exchange
for a 20 day trading period ending on the third business day prior to the Funding Effective Date.
                   64.     On the Funding Effective Date, PPG shall relinquish any Claim to the remaining
limits of liability applicable to products/completed operations claims under the policies subject to any
Pre-1981 PC Settlement Agreement (valued in excess of $285 million).
              75.     PPG agrees that it shall not seek reimbursement of amounts paid under this
Agreement from any Participating Insurer Entities.
                  8.      PPG has agreed to pay $30 million to the law firm of Gilbert Heintz & Randolph
LLP (“GH&R”) to pursue recovery of insurance proceeds, rights and claims to be assigned by PPG to the
Asbestos PI Trust. This payment is expressly conditioned upon: (1) the actual voluntary engagement of
GH&R by the ACC and subsequently the Asbestos PI Trust; (2) the prior approval of the Bankruptcy
Court and/or the District Court of the terms of such representation, provided, however, that if the
Bankruptcy Court and/or District Court declines such approval on the grounds that the court lacks the
authority or jurisdiction to grant such prior approval, then (a) such prior approval shall not be a condition


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precedent to the retention and the payment, and (b) GH&R, the ACC, the Futures Representative and PPG
will use their best efforts to seek the inclusion of language approving the retention in the Confirmation
Order; and (3) entry of the Final Order confirming the Plan.
                 6.     In consideration of PPG’s agreement to the terms and conditions of Section
11.9(a) of the Plan, PPG’s agreement to make its contributions to the Asbestos PI Trust, and the benefits
provided to PPG pursuant to the Plan, PPG, the ACC and the Future Claimants’ Representative agree that
if:
                         a.      an action is brought against a Participating Insurer, Corning Protected
Insurer or against the Asbestos PI Trust by a PPG Non-Participating Insurer other than Century Indemnity
Company, Pacific Employers Insurance Company or Westchester Fire Insurance Company for
contribution, indemnity, reimbursement, or similar claims-over with respect to PPG’s claim against such
PPG Non-Participating Insurer for recovery of the PPG Trust Contribution (“PPG Trust Contribution
Recovery”) (hereinafter referred to as the “Action”);
                         b.       the Participating Insurer(s) and/or Corning Protected Insurer(s) tender the
defense of the Action to the Asbestos PI Trust or the Asbestos PI Trust is sued directly in the Action
pursuant to the provisions of the Asbestos Permanent Channeling Injunction and the Plan;
                         c.      the Asbestos PI Trust accepts the defense of the Action pursuant to the
Plan; and
                        d.    the Participating Insurers’ or Corning Protected Insurers’ allocable share
of any judgment on the PPG Trust Contribution Recovery has not been reduced pursuant to Section
11.9(a) of the Plan,
then PPG will indemnify the Asbestos PI Trust for the Participating Insurers’ or Corning Protected
Insurers’ allocable share of any judgment on the PPG Trust Contribution Recovery that is entered in the
Action, provided, however, that PPG’s obligation hereunder is limited to the amount that PPG recovered
from the PPG Non-Participating Insurer(s) that prosecuted the Action.


                 7.       PPG agrees that it will contribute to the Asbestos PI Trust any proceeds on
account of claims in connection with Channeled Asbestos PI Trust Claims it recovers from Century
Indemnity Company, Pacific Employers Insurance Company or Westchester Fire Insurance Company
under any of the policies attributed to those insurers on Schedule E or under any extra-contractual theory
of recovery, net of all costs PPG incurs in pursuing such claims and net of any judgment reduction
afforded by PPG in connection with such claims in accordance with Section 11.9(a) of the Plan. PPG will
use reasonable efforts, as determined by PPG and the Asbestos PI Trust, to pursue such claims against
Century Indemnity Company, Pacific Employers Insurance Company or Westchester Fire Insurance
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        B.       Participating Insurer Contributions to the Asbestos PI Trust
                 1.      Cash Contributions
                          a.     In addition to any payment obligations a Participating Insurer may have
under a Pre-1981 PC Settlement Agreement, each of the Participating Insurers (or their assignees) shall
make cash contributions to the Asbestos PI Trust pursuant to the terms of Schedule A to this Agreement,
which sets forth the dates on which payments will be made to the Asbestos PI Trust by each Participating
Insurer (or assignee) and the amount of those payments. In the event that the Funding Effective Date is
later than the date of any payment obligations set forth on Schedule A to this Agreement, then such
payment obligation shall be deferred until the Funding Effective Date.
                          b.      The obligations of each Participating Insurer (or assignee) to make
payments to the Asbestos PI Trust pursuant to Schedule A to this Agreement shall be several and not
joint. Therefore, no Participating Insurer (or assignee) shall be responsible for payments due and owing
to the Asbestos PI Trust from any other Participating Insurer (or assignee), PPG or Pittsburgh Corning.
Likewise, PPG shall not be responsible for payments due and owing to the Asbestos PI Trust from any
Participating Insurer (or assignee) or Pittsburgh Corning.
                          c.      Any Participating Insurer (or assignee), at its sole discretion, may
accelerate the payment of any obligation set forth on Schedule A to this Agreement, calculated at a
discount rate of 5.5% as of the accelerated payment date. To the extent a Participating Excess Insurer is
granted a credit against the limits applicable to products/completed operations Claims pursuant to
Schedule B to this Agreement, the acceleration of that Participating Excess Insurer’s cash contributions to
the Asbestos PI Trust by the Participating Excess Insurer (or assignee) shall not affect in any way the
credit assigned to any Participating Excess Insurance Policy on Schedule B.
                         d.       Any Participating Insurer, at its sole discretion, may satisfy its obligation
to make contributions to the Asbestos PI Trust pursuant to Section III.B.1.1 of this Agreement by making
a Payment Assignment provided that all the requirements for such Payment Assignment are met. Such
assignment shall serve to release and discharge the Participating Insurer for any obligation so assigned.
Thereafter, the assignee shall be the sole obligor with respect to the Participating Insurer’s payment
obligation to the Asbestos PI Trust. The assignee’s obligation shall be no greater than the Participating
Insurer’s payment obligation. The assignee has the right to fund the payment obligation through the
purchase of an annuity policy. The credit against the limits applicable to products/completed operations
Claims (identified on Schedule B to this Agreement) shall not be affected in any way by reason of any
Participating Insurer making a Payment Assignment in accordance with this subparagraph.
                 2.       The Participating Insurers agree that they shall not seek reimbursement of
amounts paid under this Agreement from each other or any other insurer of PPG, including the Non-
Participating Insurers, except that they reserve the right to: (a) assert by way of set-off, counterclaim,
cross claim, contribution claim, or otherwise, a claim for contribution against a claim or defense brought
against a Participating Insurer by a Non-Participating Insurer. in its capacity as an insurer of PPG; (b)
prosecute such claim, if any, that a Participating Insurer may have against any insolvent insurer or its
successor with respect to which PPG has not submitted a timely proof of claim or other notice required to
preserve PPG’s Claim with respect to Asbestos Claims against such insolvent insurer or its successor; and
(c) prosecute such claim, if any, that a Participating Insurer may have against the estate of The Home
Insurance Company provided such proof of claim was asserted against the estate on or before October 29,
2007. This provision shall not apply to any effort by a Participating Insurer to seek reimbursement from
its reinsurers.
                 3.      A Participating Insurer will have ninety (90) days to cure a nonpayment, with
interest accruingIn the event of a nonpayment by a Participating Insurer, the Asbestos PI Trust shall
provide written notice of nonpayment and an opportunity to cure to that Participating Insurer. Interest



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shall accrue on the nonpayment at a base rate of the one year LIBOR as of the date the payment was due
plus 2%. In the event athe Participating Insurer fails to cure its nonpayment within 90 days,the
nonpayment by the later of (a) ninety (90) days after the date payment was due, or (b) forty-five (45) days
after receiving notice of nonpayment from the Asbestos PI Trust, then the Participating Insurer’s
remaining obligation to the Asbestos PI Trust will, at the sole discretion of the trustees for the Asbestos PI
Trust, be accelerated. The accelerated payment amount shall be the net present value of the Participating
Insurer’s remaining obligation to the Asbestos PI Trust as of the day the defaulted payment was due,
calculated at a discount rate of 3.5%.
IV. Participating Insurer Credit Rating Status
         A.       After June 30, 2010, the trustees for the Asbestos PI Trust may provide notice of a
request for adequate assurance of future payment to any Participating Insurer not in runoff on May 10,
2002,2002 (or the covering company as referenced in subsection IV.D below), whose A.M. Best’s rating
at or after June 30, 2010 falls below B+. A Participating Insurer receiving such notice may, at its option,
respond as follows:
                 1.       Prepay its remaining obligations to the Asbestos PI Trust in accordance with
Section III.B.1.c of this Agreement, calculated at a 5.5% discount rate as of the date of such accelerated
payment;
                2.      Provide evidence demonstrating that it (or the covering company as referenced in
subsection IV.D below) is qualified to write surety bonds pursuant to 31 U.S.C. §§ 9304-08 and
regulations governing surety companies doing business with the United States, 31 C.F.R. § 223 (1997),
which evidence shall constitute adequate assurance of future payment; or
                 3.      Provide such information as it deems necessary in order to provide assurance of
future payment to the trustees for the Asbestos PI Trust, in which event the trustees and the Participating
Insurer will have 90 days to resolve the extent to which, if any, the Participating Insurer shall be required
to provide further assurance of future payment.
         B.        In the case of Section IV.A.3 above, at the election of either the trustees or the
Participating Insurer, any dispute regarding whether there are reasonable grounds for financial insecurity
shall be referred to mediation followed by binding arbitration, both of which are to take place within 90
days of receipt of a response from a Participating Insurer pursuant to Section IV.A.3 of this Agreement.
Mediation or arbitration, including the process of choosing a mediator or arbitrator, shall be conducted
under the CPR Mediation Procedure and the CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution Rules for Non-
Administered Arbitration (using a single arbitrator), as those Procedure and Rules are currently in effect.
The parties consent to the use of David Geronemus as the mediator for any dispute for which he is
available and willing to serve. Unless otherwise agreed, the parties will select a mediator and arbitrator
from the CPR Panel of Distinguished Neutrals, using the CPR procedures for selection where the parties
cannot agree. Both the mediation and the arbitration shall be confidential with the parties sharing the cost
of each equally. The arbitration shall be governed by the Federal Arbitration Act, 9 U.S.C. §§ 1–16 and
judgment upon the award rendered by the arbitrator may be entered by any court having jurisdiction
thereof. The place of the mediation or arbitration shall be New York City. If, in any such arbitration, the
arbitrator finds reasonable grounds for insecurity of future payment, taking into consideration all relevant
circumstances, the arbitrator shall be authorized to require the Participating Insurer to provide to the
trustees a letter of credit or financial guarantee for future payments issued by an institution that ensures
sufficient diversification of risk of the obligations to the Asbestos PI Trust (i.e., generally speaking, by an
institution that is not a Participating Insurer with substantial remaining obligations to the Asbestos PI
Trust) and which has an A.M. Best’s rating of at least A+. The arbitrator may not, however, order
acceleration of the Participating Insurer’s payment obligations, although nothing in this provision limits
the rights of the Asbestos PI Trust in the event of an unexcused insurer default in payment as set forth in
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          C.      In the event that the A.M. Best’s rating of a Participating Insurer so ordered to provide a
letter of credit or other guarantee returns to and remains at B+ or higher for a period of six consecutive
months, that Participating Insurer shall have no further obligation to provide the trustees with the financial
assurances ordered by the arbitrator unless that Participating Insurer’s A.M. Best’s rating again falls
below B+, in which event the letter of credit or financial guarantee ordered by the arbitrator shall be
reinstituted or another letter of credit or financial guarantee obtained. If that Participating Insurer’s rating
again rises to and remains at B+ or higher for a period of six months, then that Participating Insurer shall
have no further obligation to provide the trustees with the financial assurances ordered by the arbitrator
unless that Participating Insurer’s rating falls below B+ a third time, in which case that Participating
Insurer must have a letter of credit or financial guarantee in place until that Participating Insurer has no
further payment obligations to the Asbestos PI Trust.
         D.      A Participating InsurersInsurer in runoff as of May 10, 2002 (Century Indemnity
Company, as successor to CCI Insurance Company, as successor to the Insurance Company of North
America and as successor to Cigna Specialty Insurance Company (formerly known as California Union
Insurance Company); and First State Insurance Company and Pacific Employers Insurance Company,
with respect to the obligations of Pacific Employers Insurance Company under this Agreement) shall have
provided reasonable assurances, no later than thirty days after this Agreement is executed, to the ACC and
Future Claimants’ Representative with respect to such insurers’ ability to make the payments assigned to
them. Those reasonable assurances may address, inter alia, any company or companies providing cover
to such Participating Insurer in runoff for asbestos liabilities (and may be established by the company’s
public securities filings). In the event that a company providing such asbestos cover to a Participating
Insurer in runoff and Pacific Employers Insurance Company, with respect to the obligations of Pacific
Employers Insurance Company under this Agreement(the “covering company”), has an A. M. Best’s
rating greater than B, then the Participating Insurer in runoff shall not be subject to Section IV.A. of this
Agreement, unless based on the A.M. Best’s rating of theits covering company providing cover falls to
less than B+. In the event that the assurances provided by a runoff company or Pacific Employers
Insurance Company are not satisfactory to the ACC and Future Claimants’ Representatives, whose
approval shall not be unreasonably withheld, then such runoff company or Pacific Employers Insurance
Company may become a Non-Participating Insurer or may take other action to satisfy the ACC and
Future Claimants’ Representative pursuant to Section IV.A.3 of this Agreement. For purposes of Section
IV of this Agreement, TIG Insurance Company, as the successor to International Insurance Company and
International Surplus Lines Insurance Company, shall not be deemed a runoff company.
         E.      On June 30 of each year after the Funding Effective Date, every Participating Insurer
with a payment obligation to the Asbestos PI Trust remaining in the future will provide to the Asbestos PI
Trust its most current A.M. Best's rating and a copy of its Form 10K (or private company equivalent), and
will cooperate in fulfilling reasonable requests for public financial information that is material to the long-
term obligation agreed upon in this settlement.
        F.       The provisions set forth in Section IV of this Agreement shall not apply to any
Participating Insurer that makes a Payment Assignment pursuant to Section III.B.1.d of this Agreement.
V.      Cooperation
         A.      Each Participating Insurer, in its capacity as such, shall cooperate with PPG and shall
take all reasonable actions and do all things reasonably necessary, proper or advisable to secure a
Confirmation Order and to cooperate with others in connection with the foregoing, including using
reasonable efforts to see that this Agreement is approved and implemented.
        B.      The Participating Insurers, in their capacity as such, shall provide reasonable procedural
cooperation by providing access to witnesses within their employ where reasonable, making documents
reasonably available, providing reasonable access to records, and providing reasonable assistance in
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elect to pursue a Claim against any Non-Participating Insurer, insolvent insurer or state insurance
guaranty association seeking coverage for the Asbestos PI Trust Claims. The Participating Insurers shall
likewise provide such reasonable procedural cooperation should PPG elect to pursue a Claim against any
insolvent insurer or state guaranty association for PPG Asbestos Premises Claims. In no event shall
procedural cooperation be deemed to constitute the taking of a coverage position.
         C.      The Participating Insurers shall not be required to cooperate with or take any action
against any alleged insurer of Corning in its capacity as such or assume any obligations in their capacity
as possible insurers of Corning.
VI.     Travelers & Hartford Primary Policies: Release and Indemnification
        A.      Policy Release
                 1.      Subject to the satisfaction of the conditions set forth in Section II of this
Agreement and except for the obligations created by this Agreement and the Confidential Joint Defense
and Funding Agreement for PPG Asbestos Premises Claims and any remaining payment obligations as of
the Funding Effective Date under the Interim Defense Agreement that became effective July 1, 1995 and
as amended from time to time, PPG, on behalf of the PPG Releasing/Released Entities, releases and
forever discharges the Travelers Releasing/Released Entities and the Hartford Released/Releasing Entities
from any and all Claims, Demands, duties, causes of action, demands, obligations, liabilities, rights,
damages (including punitive or exemplary damages) of any kind, whether known or unknown, asserted or
unasserted, whether at law or in equity, which the PPG Releasing/Released Entities have or ever had, or
may have in the future, under or in connection with any and all primary liability insurance policies
(including without limitation those involving a deductible or self-insured retention, and including buffer
policies and service contracts) issued to the PPG Policyholder Companies by the Travelers Entities or the
Hartford Entities, including without limitation the Participating T&H Primary Insurance Policies,
whenever issued or in effect, whether known or unknown.
                  2.      Subject to the satisfaction of the conditions set forth in Section II of this
Agreement and except for the obligations created by this Agreement and the Confidential Joint Defense
and Funding Agreement for PPG Asbestos Premises Claims, the Travelers Companies, on behalf of the
Travelers Releasing/Released Entities, and the Hartford Companies, on behalf of the Hartford
Releasing/Released Entities, release and forever discharge the PPG Releasing/Released Entities and each
other from any and all Claims, Demands, duties, causes of action, demands, obligations, liabilities, rights,
damages (including punitive or exemplary damages) of any kind, whether known or unknown, asserted or
unasserted, whether at law or in equity, which the Travelers Releasing/Released Entities or the Hartford
Releasing/Released Entities have, or ever had, or may have in the future under any and all primary
liability insurance policies (including without limitation those involving a deductible or self-insured
retention, and including buffer policies and service contracts) issued to the PPG Policyholder Companies
by the Travelers Entities or the Hartford Entities, including without limitation the Participating T&H
Primary Insurance Policies, whenever issued or in effect, whether known or unknown.
                3.       The releases set forth in Sections VI.A.1 and VI.A.2 of this Agreement shall not
apply to:
                      a.      The Travelers Companies’ and the Hartford Companies’ obligations for
PPG Asbestos Premises Claims consistent with the Confidential Joint Defense and Funding Agreement
for PPG Asbestos Premises Claims;
                         b.      The Travelers Companies’ and the Hartford Companies’ payment
obligations as of the Funding Effective Date, if any, under the Interim Defense Agreement effective July
1, 1995, as amended;
                         cb.     Workers’ compensation coverages, if any, and past statutory coverages;



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                         dc.      Automobile policies and coverages, if any; and
                        ed.     Any primary policy of liability insurance issued by an Entity that is
acquired by or merged into the Travelers Entities or the Hartford Entities after May 13, 2002.December
31, 2007.
        B.       Pre-Acquisition Coverage
                 1.      With respect to primary liability insurance policies issued by the Travelers
Entities or the Hartford Entities to an Entity prior to its acquisition by a PPG Policyholder Company:
                          a.       Notwithstanding the provisions of Sections VI.B.1.b through VI.B.1.e of
this Agreement, and except for the release of Asbestos Claims provided for in Section VII.A of this
Agreement (to the extent such release applies to any primary liability policies issued by the Travelers
Entities or the Hartford Entities), PPG, on behalf of the PPG Releasing/Released Entities, does not release
any Claims of any kind, nor does it covenant not to sue the Traveler Releasing/Released Entities and the
Hartford Releasing/Released Entities, under or in connection with any primary liability policies issued by
the Travelers Entities or the Hartford Entities to an Entity, and not the that is not an Entity that would
have been within the definition of PPG Releasing/Released Entities as of March 7, 1995, if one of the
PPG Releasing/Released Entities acquired the Entity after March 7, 1995.
                          b.       To the extent it has the right, power or authority to do so, and subject to
the satisfaction of the conditions set forth in Section II and subject to Section VI.B.1.a of this Agreement,
PPG, on behalf of the PPG Releasing/Released Entities, releases and forever discharges the Travelers
Releasing/Released Entities and the Hartford Releasing/Released from any and all Claims, Demands
duties, causes of action, demands, obligations, liabilities, rights, damages (including punitive or
exemplary damages) of any kind, whether known or unknown, asserted or unasserted, whether at law or
in equity, which the PPG Releasing/Released Entities have or ever had, or may have in the future, under
or in connection with any primary liability insurance policy, known or unknown, issued by the Travelers
Entities or the Hartford Entities to Entities, if any, in which PPG continues to hold an interest that are not
identified in this Agreement as Acquired Entities (except where that Entity’s parent or ultimate parent
was so identified by PPG).
                            c.      Subject to the satisfaction of the conditions set forth in Section II and
subject to Section VI.B.1.a of this Agreement, PPG, on behalf of the PPG Releasing/Released Entities,
releases and forever discharges the Travelers Releasing/Released Entities and the Hartford
Releasing/Released Entities from any and all Claims, Demands, duties, causes of action, demands,
obligations, liabilities, rights, damages (including punitive or exemplary damages) of any kind, whether
known or unknown, asserted or unasserted, whether at law or in equity, which the PPG
Releasing/Released Entities have or ever had, or may have in the future, with respect to Asbestos PI Trust
Claims under any primary liability insurance policy issued by the Travelers Entities or the Hartford
Entities to Acquired Entities that retained their separate corporate identity post-acquisition as a PPG
subsidiary and/or affiliateAffiliate and continue to be a subsidiary and/or affiliateAffiliate of PPG.
                          d.      To the extent it has the right, power or authority to do so, and subject to
the satisfaction of the conditions set forth in Section II and subject to Section VI.B.1.a of this Agreement,
PPG, on behalf of the PPG Releasing/Released Entities, releases and forever discharges the Travelers
Releasing/Released Entities and the Hartford Releasing/Released Entities from any and all Claims,
Demands, duties, causes of action, demands, obligations, liabilities, rights, damages (including punitive or
exemplary damages) of any kind, whether known or unknown, asserted or unasserted, whether at law or
in equity, which the PPG Releasing/Released Entities have or ever had, or may have in the future, under
or in connection with any primary liability insurance policy (including without limitation those involving
a deductible or self insured retention, and including buffer policies and service contracts) issued by the
Travelers Entities and the Hartford Entities to Acquired Entities that were merged into PPG.



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                         e.       Subject to the satisfaction of the conditions set forth in Section II and
subject to Section VI.B.1.a of this Agreement, PPG, on behalf of the PPG Releasing/Released Entities,
covenants not to sue or seek coverage under pre-acquisition primary liability policies issued by the
Travelers Entities and the Hartford Entities to Entities, including Acquired Entities, that PPG acquired
and later divested.
                        f.      Subject to the satisfaction of the conditions set forth in Section II of this
Agreement, the Travelers Companies, on behalf of the Travelers Releasing/Released Entities, and the
Hartford Companies, on behalf of the Hartford Releasing/Released Entities, each release and forever
discharge the PPG Releasing/Released Entities and each other from any and all Claims, Demands, duties,
causes of action, demands, obligations, liabilities, rights, damages (including punitive or exemplary
damages) of any kind, whether known or unknown, asserted or unasserted, whether at law or in equity, in
connection with the claims released in subparagraphs b. – d. above.
        C.       International Coverage
                  1.      PPG, on behalf of the PPG Releasing/Released Entities, does not release any
insurance coverage afforded to any of PPG’s or the PPG Releasing/Released Entities’ foreign
subsidiaries, affiliatesAffiliates and/or operations under insurance policies issued by the Travelers Entities
or the Hartford Entities to any such foreign subsidiaries, affiliatesAffiliates and/or operations. However,
PPG, on behalf of the PPG Releasing/Released Entities, acknowledges and agrees, that Section VI.A.1 of
this Agreement releases any coverage that might otherwise have been available to PPG’s or the PPG
Releasing/Released Entities’ foreign subsidiaries, affiliatesAffiliates and/or operations under the primary
policies issued to the PPG Policyholder Companies by the Travelers Entities and the Hartford Entities.
                  2.       Notwithstanding Section VI.C.1, and subject to the satisfaction of the conditions
set forth in Section II of this Agreement, PPG, on behalf of the PPG Releasing/Released Entities, releases
and forever discharges the Travelers Releasing/Released Entities and the Hartford Releasing/Released
Entities from any insurance coverage obligations for all Claims made in the United States against any
foreign subsidiaries, affiliatesAffiliates and/or operations of the PPG Releasing/Released Entities under
any primary liability policies not otherwise released under Section VI.A.1 of this Agreement.
                  3.     Coverage under primary liability policies issued by the Travelers Entities and the
Hartford Entities to any of the PPG Releasing/Released Entities’ foreign subsidiaries, affiliatesAffiliates
and/or operations prior to the PPG Releasing/Released Entities’ acquisition of those Entities shall be
subject to the terms and conditions set forth in SectionSections VI.B.1 and IX.F of this Agreement.
        D.       Policies Not Issued to PPG
                 1.      PPG, on behalf of the PPG Releasing/Released Entities, does not release any
Claims under any primary liability policies not issued to the PPG Releasing/Released Entities or any of
their respective predecessors, subsidiaries or affiliatesAffiliates by the Travelers Entities and the Hartford
Entities; provided, however, that nothing contained in this Section supercedes, alters or amends the terms
of Sections VI.B andA.1, VI.B, VI.C, VI.G.3, VII.A and IX.F of this Agreement.
        E.       Indemnification
                  1.     Except with respect to claims in connection with Corning (which are addressed
through the Insurance Claims Agreement), and subject to the satisfaction of the conditions set forth in
Section II of this Agreement, PPG will provide full, uncapped indemnification, including defense costs, to
the Travelers CompaniesReleasing/Released Entities and the Hartford CompaniesReleasing/Released
Entities from and against any Claim or demand under or in connection with any policies released under
Section VI.A.1 of this Agreement. Any Insurance Practices Claim, however, shall not be within the scope
of this indemnification. The Travelers Companies and/or the Hartford Companies This indemnification
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avoidance of doubt, the indemnification granted to the Participating Insurer Entities in Section VII.D of
this Agreement shall also apply to the Travelers Releasing/Released Entities and the Hartford
Releasing/Released Entities, provided, however, that to the extent that this Section VI.E and Section
VII.D both would apply to require indemnification against the same Claim, the terms of this Section VI.E
shall govern such indemnification. Any Travelers Releasing/Released Entity and/or Hartford
Releasing/Released Entity that receives a claim indemnified under this Section VI.E (for purposes of this
Section, an “Indemnitee”) promptly shall forward any demand, notice, summons or other process received
by it in connection with any indemnified claim. PPG promptly shall acknowledge in writing its
obligations under this Agreement in connection with the indemnified claim. PPG shall have the right to
select defense counsel to defend the indemnified claim, but PPG shall solicit and consider the views, and
obtain the consent, of the Travelers Companies and/or the Hartford CompaniesIndemnitee(s) in choosing
counsel, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld. Nothing herein shall constitute any waiver of
the Travelers Companies’ and/or the Hartford Companiesany Indemnitee(s)’ attorney-client privilege.
Following solicitation and consideration of the views of the Travelers Companies and/or the Hartford
CompaniesIndemnitee(s), PPG shall have the right to direct the defense of the indemnified claim;
provided however, that:
                       a.      PPG shall take no position on the behalf of the Travelers Companies
and/or the Hartford CompaniesIndemnitee(s), substantive or procedural, without their consent;
                       b.      in any filing, PPG shall state in the caption of the filing that it is filed by
“PPG as indemnitor of” the Travelers Companies and/or the Hartford CompaniesIndemnitee(s);
                        c.      PPG shall provide the Travelers Companies and/or the Hartford
CompaniesIndemnitee(s) with draft copies of all pleadings, briefs, discovery requests and responses, and
other court papers and correspondence sufficiently in advance of filing, service or mailing to permit the
Travelers Companies and/or the Hartford CompaniesIndemnitee(s) a reasonable opportunity to review
and comment on same; and
                         d.     PPG shall (a) resist production of the Travelers Companies’ and/or the
Hartford Companies’Indemnitee(s) documents, information and witnesses upon the determination by PPG
and the Travelers Companies and/or the Hartford CompaniesIndemnitee(s) that they are not properly
discoverable, and (b) produce documents, information or witnesses of the Travelers Companies and/or the
Hartford CompaniesIndemnitee(s) only pursuant to applicable rules, including without limitation
subpoena rules;
provided further, however, that nothing in Sections VI.E.1.a- VI.E.1.d shall require PPG to take any
action or position that would, in PPG’s reasonable judgment, be inconsistent with its and the Participating
Insurers’ obligations under Section V of this Agreement.
        F.       Primary Policy Exhaustion
                 1.       Subject to the satisfaction of the conditions set forth in Section II of this
Agreement, PPG and the Travelers Companies and the Hartford Companies agree that the payments into
the Asbestos PI Trust made by the Travelers Companies and the Hartford Companies will exhaust any
remaining limits of the products/completed operations coverage under the Participating T&H Primary
Insurance Policies. PPG and the Participating Other Primary Insurers reserve their rights among one
another as to the effect and impact of this treatment of the Participating T&H Primary Insurance Policies’
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        G.      Travelers and Hartford Excess Policy Exhaustion
                  1.     Subject to the satisfaction of the conditions set forth in Section II of this
Agreement, the Participating Excess Insurers and the Participating Other Primary Insurers agree not to
sue or otherwise make claimsClaims against the Travelers Companies and the Hartford Companies with
respect to their primary and excess policies for those claims released by PPGClaims that PPG releases, or
agrees not to sue upon, in this Agreement.
                  2.      Subject to the satisfaction of the conditions set forth in Section II of this
Agreement, PPG, the Participating Excess Insurers and the Participating Other Primary Insurers agree that
payments into the Asbestos PI Trust made by the Travelers Companies and the Hartford Companies
exhaust any remaining limits for products coverage under the Participating Excess Insurance Policies
issued by the Travelers Companies and the Hartford Companies but otherwise reserve all rights regarding
the effect of this exhaustion on the coverage obligations of the Participating Excess Insurance Policies
and the Participating Other Primary Insurance Policies.
                3.       Subject to the satisfaction of the conditions set forth in Section II of this
Agreement, PPG, on behalf of the PPG Releasing/Released Entities, releases and discharges the Travelers
Releasing/Released Entities and the Hartford Releasing/Released Entities from any and all Claims for
products/completed operations coverage under the Participating Excess Insurance Policies and Other
Polices issued by the Travelers Companies and the Hartford Companies.
        H.      Limitation on Release
                  1.       Notwithstanding Section VI.A through VI.G of this Agreement, PPG, on behalf
of the PPG Releasing/Released Entities, does not release any claims of any kind under any primary
liability policies issued by the Travelers Releasing/Released Entities or the Hartford Releasing/Released
Entities to Glass Plaza Associates, AZDEL, Inc., Belletech Corp. or Transitions Optical, Inc., PPG
DeVold, and not issued to the PPG Releasing/Released Entities.
VII. Participating Excess and Other Primary Insurer Release and
Indemnification
         A.      Subject to the satisfaction of the conditions set forth in Section II of this Agreement, and
except for the obligations created by this Agreement, and the obligations, if any, of the Participating
Other Primary Insurers and Westchester Fire Insurance Company, the KWELMB Companies CNA
Reinsurance Company Limited and Riunione Adriatica di Sicurta, to provide coverage for PPG Asbestos
Premises Claims as set forth or as reserved in the Confidential Joint Defense and Funding Agreement for
PPG Asbestos Premises Claims, and except for any remaining payment obligations of F&C and Century
Indemnity/INA (with respect to the Lake Charles, Louisiana premises) as of the Funding Effective Date
under the Interim Defense Agreement that became effective July 1, 1995 and as amended from time to
time, PPG, on behalf of the PPG Releasing/Released Entities, releases and forever discharges the
Releasing/Released Excess and Other Primary Insurer Entities from any and all Claims, Demands, duties,
causes of action, demands, obligations, liabilities, rights, damages (including punitive or exemplary
damages) of any kind, whether known or unknown, asserted or unasserted, whether at law or in equity,
which the PPG Releasing/Released Entities, or any of them, have or ever had, or may have in the future,
based upon, arising out of, or relating to, in whole or in part, Asbestos Claims under or in connection with
any (i) Participating Excess Insurance Policy, (ii) Participating Other Primary Insurance Policy, or (iii)
Other Policies.
        B.        Subject to the satisfaction of the conditions set forth in Section II of this Agreement and
except for the obligations created by this Agreement and the Confidential Joint Defense and Funding
Agreement for PPG Asbestos Premises Claims: (i) the Participating Excess Insurers and the Participating
Other Primary Insurers, on behalf of each of the respective Releasing/Released Excess and Other Primary
Insurer Entities; (ii) the Travelers Companies, on behalf of the Travelers Releasing/Released Entities; and


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(iii) the Hartford Companies, on behalf of the Hartford Releasing/Released Entities, release and forever
discharge the PPG Releasing/Released Entities and each other from any and all Claims, Demands duties,
causes of action, demands, obligations, liabilities, rights, damages (including punitive or exemplary
damages) of any kind, whether known or unknown, asserted or unasserted, whether at law or in equity,
which any of the Releasing/Released Excess and Other Primary Insurer Entities, the Travelers
Releasing/Released Entities, and the Hartford Releasing/Released Entities have or ever had, or may have
in the future, based upon, arising out of, or relating to, in whole or in part, Asbestos Claims under or in
connection with any (i) Participating Excess Insurance Policy, (ii) Participating Other Primary Insurance
Policy or (iii) Other Policies.
          C.     The releases granted within this section by or on behalf of the Travelers Releasing/
Released Entities, the Hartford Releasing/Released Entities, and the Releasing/Released Excess and Other
Primary Insurer Entities to each other with respect to the (i) Participating Insurance Policies and (ii) Other
Policies are granted by and apply to such Entities in all capacities, including without limitation in their
capacities as insurers of Corning, notwithstanding the definitions of Releasing/ Released Excess and
Other Primary Insurer Entities, Travelers Releasing/Released Entities, and Hartford Releasing/Released
Entities.
         D.      Except with respect to claims in connection with Corning (which are addressed through
the Insurance Claims Agreement) and subject to the satisfaction of the conditions set forth in Section II of
this Agreement, PPG agrees to provide full, uncapped indemnification, including defense costs, to any
Participating Excess Insurer or Participating Other Primary InsurerEntity from and against whom aany
Claim or demand is asserted by an Entity seeking coverage for an Asbestos Claim under a Participating
Excess Insurance Policy or Participating Other Primary Insurance Policy. Any Insurance Practices Claim,
however, shall not be within the scope of this indemnification. arising out of any Claim, including without
limitation any Asbestos Claim, released under this Agreement or as to which PPG agrees not to sue or
otherwise make claims pursuant to Section IX.F of this Agreement, including without limitation any
Claims involving any Other Policy or policy issued to an entity other than a PPG Policyholder Company,
provided, however, that this indemnification obligation shall not apply to any Claim to the extent it
involves any Other Policy or policy issued to an Entity other than a PPG Policyholder Company and does
not involve any products, operations, acts or omissions of a PPG Policyholder Company. The
Participating Excess Insurer and/or the Participating Other Primary Insurer promptly shall forward any
demand, notice, summons or other process received by it in connection with any indemnified claim. PPG
promptly shall acknowledge in writing its obligations under this Agreement in connection with the
indemnified claim. PPG shall have the right to select defense counsel to defend the indemnified claim,
but PPG shall solicit and consider the views, and obtain the consent of the Participating Excess Insurer
and/or the Participating Other Primary Insurer in choosing counsel, which consent shall not be
unreasonably withheld. Nothing herein shall constitute any waiver of the Participating Excess Insurer’s
and/or the Participating Other Primary Insurer’s attorney-client privilege. Following solicitation and
consideration of the views of the Participating Excess Insurer and/or the Participating Other Primary
Insurer, PPG shall have the right to direct the defense of the indemnified claim; provided however, that:
                 1.      PPG shall take no position on the behalf of the Participating Excess Insurer
and/or the Participating Other Primary Insurer, substantive or procedural, without their consent;
                2.       In any filing, PPG shall state in the caption of the filing that it is filed by “PPG as
indemnitor of” the Participating Excess Insurer and/or the Participating Other Primary Insurer;
                3.      PPG shall provide the Participating Excess Insurer and/or the Participating Other
Primary Insurer with draft copies of all pleadings, briefs, discovery requests and responses, and other
court papers and correspondence sufficiently in advance of filing, service or mailing to permit the
Participating Excess Insurer and/or the Participating Other Primary Insurer a reasonable opportunity to
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                 4.      PPG shall (a) resist production of the Participating Excess Insurer’s and/or the
Participating Other Primary Insurer’s documents, information and witnesses upon the determination by
PPG and the Participating Excess Insurer and/or the Participating Other Primary Insurer that they are not
properly discoverable, and (b) produce documents, information or witnesses of the Participating Excess
Insurer and/or the Participating Other Primary Insurer only pursuant to applicable rules, including without
limitation subpoena rules;
provided further, , however, that nothing in Sections VII.CD.1- VII.CD.4 shall require PPG to take any
action or position that would, in PPG’s reasonable judgment, be inconsistent with its and the Participating
Insurers’ obligations under Section V of this Agreement.
VIII.   Relationship to Prior Agreements
         A.       As of the Funding Effective Date, with respect to Asbestos PI Trust Claims, this
Agreement will supersede the Interim Defense Agreement among certain of the Parties that became
effective July 1, 1995, as amended, the Interim Agreement regarding indemnity effective June 15, 1996,
and the Agreement in Principle dated April 13, 2000. This Agreement shall also supersede the
Conditional Term Sheet Among PPG Industries, Inc. and Participating Insurers that was executed by PPG
on May 13, 2002.2002, and any prior version of this Agreement, including but not limited to any prior
version filed in the Pittsburgh Corning chapter 11 case. Nothing in this Agreement shall supersede
remaining obligations, if any, of the Pre-1981 PC Settlement Agreements or any obligations contained
therein.
IX.     Representations and Warranties
         A.     The Participating Insurers and PPG represent and warrant that (a) they have diligently
searched corporate files and records, including, without limitation, available historical corporate files and
records where evidence of the existence of general liability insurance coverage issued to the PPG
Policyholder Companies or Pittsburgh Corning would most likely be found; and (b) that such searches
have disclosed no evidence of any such policies or Other Policies, other than such policies identified on
Schedules B, C and D to this Agreement and policies identified on Exhibits 1 and 2 to the Pittsburgh
Corning Acknowledgment and Mutual ReleaseSchedule A to the Insurance Claims Agreement (Exhibit M
to the Plan).
          B.      Except for Zurich American Insurance Company and Zurich International (Bermuda)
Ltd. (which are scheduled to satisfy their financial obligations to the Asbestos PI Trust on June 30,
20042008 or the Funding Effective Date), each Participating Insurer, other than those that elect to satisfy
their obligations to the Asbestos PI Trust pursuant to one of the payment mechanisms provided for in
Sections III.B.1.c and III.B.1.d of this Agreement and, in the case of the payment mechanism
provideprovided for in Section III.B.1.c accelerate and meet all obligations under this Agreement,
represents and warrants: (1) its A.M. Best's rating is accurately stated on Schedule J to this Agreement;
(2) its statutory surplus as reflected in its most recent statutory filing of its annual report as amended by
any subsequent filing is accurate for the period(s) covered by the filing(s); and (3) that the material
information contained in its most recent Form 10K filing, as revised by any subsequent 10Q (or
equivalent public financials for non-public or non-filing companies) for the period covered by the filing(s)
is accurate as of the time of execution of this Agreement.
         C.       PPG represents that, after the Funding Effective Date, any indemnity or defense costs
arising out of or relating to non-asbestos premises or other non-products Claims will be allocated across
the period of PPG’s primary coverage, which includes the periods of the released Participating T&H
Primary Insurance Policies and the Participating Other Primary Insurance Policies, and ends on July 1,
1976. Specifically, PPG represents that, for purposes of determining any Participating Other Primary
Insurer’s responsibility for non-asbestos or other non-products Claims, a Participating Other Primary
Insurer shall be responsible for a fraction of the payment of defense costs and/or indemnity arising out of



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or relating to a non-asbestos premises or other non-products Claim provided that Claim triggers one or
more of the Participating Other Primary Insurer’s Participating Other Primary Insurance Policies. The
numerator of that fraction shall be the number of triggered months (as described below) of coverage
afforded by a Participating Other Primary Insurance Policy and the denominator shall be the total number
of triggered months for the non-asbestos premises or other non-products Claim afforded by Participating
Other Primary Insurance Policies and by the periods of the Participating T&H Primary Insurance Policies.
In determining the allocation of defense costs, “triggered months” shall mean those months, according to
the allegations of the Claim, during which the injury occurred according to the applicable law. In
determining the allocation of indemnity, “triggered months” shall mean those months, according to the
facts of the Claim, during which the injury occurred according to the applicable law.
                  The Participating Other Primary Insurers shall not be responsible for any amounts
allocated to the triggered months within the periods of the released Participating T&H Primary Insurance
Policies. The parties reserve their rights as to whether, in the event that any unexhausted Participating
Other Primary Insurer fails to pay its allocated portion of indemnity or defense costs arising out of or
relating to non-asbestos premises or other non-products claims, PPG may recover that portion of those
allocated indemnity and defense costs from another unexhausted Participating Other Primary Insurer.
                 Any amounts allocated to the period of a Participating T&H Primary Insurance Policy
shall be deemed to impair the applicable per occurrence limits of such policy with respect to such
occurrence. In the event that the total deemed impairment of the applicable occurrence limits in
accordance with this paragraph would result in the deemed exhaustion of the limits of a Participating
T&H Primary Insurance Policy, PPG and the Participating Other Primary Insurers reserve their rights
with respect to whether such deemed exhaustion of such Participating T&H Primary Policy shall have any
effect on the defense and indemnity costs for any future non-asbestos premises or other non-products
Claims properly allocable with respect to such occurrence to a Participating Other Primary Insurance
Policy. PPG and the Participating Insurers reserve their rights as to whether, upon exhaustion of a
Participating Other Primary Insurance Policy or the deemed exhaustion of the period of a Participating
T&H Primary Insurance Policy, other Participating Insurers’ shares will respond for the exhausted policy.
                 In determining the responsibility of each Participating Primary Insurance Policy for
indemnity payments on non-asbestos premises or other non-products Claims, PPG and the Participating
Other Primary Insurers agree to accept evidence for the purposes of determining “triggered months” of
coverage in the following order of priority:
                1.       judgments in the subject claim including findings of fact by a court or jury;
                2.       employment records;
                3.       trial testimony in the subject claim;
                4.       deposition testimony, taken for the subject claim;
                5.       answers to interrogatories or requests for admission in the subject claim;
                6.       other sworn statements by the claimant;
                7.       medical reports (with respect to the bodily injury claims); and
                8.       complaints or other pleadings.
         D.      PPG represents that it will not seek coverage for Asbestos PI Trust Claims under any
policies released herein or issued by a Participating Insurer, or any past or present corporate parents,
subsidiaries and predecessors of a Participating Insurer, to an Entity PPG acquires a controlling interest in
after the Funding Effective Date.




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        E.       PPG represents that it is unaware of any other Entities, other than the Acquired Entities,
that a PPG Policyholder Company has at any time acquired a controlling interest by merger, stock
purchase, asset acquisition or otherwise.
        F.       Without limiting the releases set forth in Section VI and VII, and subject to the
obligations created by this Agreement and the Confidential Defense and Funding Agreement for PPG
Asbestos Premises Claims, PPG, for itself and on behalf of the PPG Entities, agrees not to sue or
otherwise make Claims arising from or relating to any Asbestos Claims but only to the extent that such
Claims arise from or relate to any products, operations, acts or omissions of the PPG Policyholder
Companies or of PCC, upon any of the Travelers Releasing/Released Entities, Hartford
Releasing/Released Entities and the Releasing/Released Excess and Other Primary Insurer Entities under
or in connection with any liability policy or policies issued to an Entity other than the PPG Policyholder
Companies.
         G.      PPG releases, discharges and covenants not to sue and represents and warrants that it will
not in any manner pursue coverage for an Asbestos Claim, and will not assign or convey any right it may
have to pursue coverage under policies issued by a Participating Insurer or any past or present corporate
parent, subsidiary, predecessor or affiliate of any Participating Insurer to Pittsburgh Corning but not to the
PPG Policyholder Companies.
X.      Miscellaneous
         A.       PPG and each Participating Insurer acknowledge and agree, in the context of this
settlement, to the propriety and treatment of all of the payments set forth in this Agreement. Such
acknowledgment and agreement includes acknowledging and agreeing to the propriety of the credit
against limits of liability applicable to products/completed operations claims as set forth on Schedule B to
this Agreement. PPG and each Participating Insurer acknowledge and agree that such credits shall be
applicable as of the date this Agreement is executed, and on that date shall have the effect of impairing
limits available to PPG. In the event that the conditions set forth in Section II of this Agreement are
neither satisfied nor waived by the parties affected, the credits against limits of liability applicable to
products/completed operations claims for certain policies as set forth on Schedule B to this Agreement
shall be null and void and insurance coverage claims that were handled in reliance upon the credits
against limits set forth on Schedule B shall be reallocated. , provided, however, that nothing in this
Section X.A shall render null and void any previous impairment of limits of liability applicable to
products/completed operations claims to which a Participating Excess Insurer is entitled in respect of
payments other than pursuant to this Agreement. Moreover, in the event the conditions set forth in
Section II of this Agreement are neither satisfied nor waived by the parties affected, a party’s mere
execution of this Agreement shall not constitute a waiver or release of any rights that party may have
under the Participating Insurance Policies, except as provided in this paragraph.
         B.       This Agreement, and all actions taken and statements made by PPG or the Participating
Insurers relating to their participation in this Agreement, including its development and implementation,
or any decision to waive the condition regarding the adoption of acceptable medical or exposure criteria
pursuant to Section II.D of this Agreement, shall be without prejudice or value as precedents, and shall
not be taken as a standard by which other matters may be judged. The parties to this Agreement agree
that the Participating Insurers do not in any way support, approve or endorse, and have not supported,
approved or endorsed, the Plan or any of the Plan documents, including without limitation the Asbestos
PI Trust Distribution Procedures and/or any claim of confidentiality with respect to claim materials
submitted thereunder, other than the Insurance Claims Agreement and this PPG Trust Funding
Agreement. Except for purposes of enforcing this Agreement, neither this Agreement nor the
Participating Insurers’ participation in this Agreement shall not be used in any action, proceeding, or
hearing (i) to create, prove, or interpret any obligations of PPG or the Participating Insurers until the
Funding Effective Date, or (ii) to support an argument that the Participating Insurers approved, endorsed



                                                     27
or supported the Plan or any of the Plan documents. Moreover, the execution of this Agreement does not
constitute a waiver of any rights PPG has under the Non-Participating Insurance Policies. Finally,
Pittsburgh Corning’s execution of the Pittsburgh Corning Acknowledgment and Mutual Release does not
constitute a waiver of any rights Pittsburgh Corning has under the Non-Participating Insurance Policies
        C.       The Confirmation Order shall not contain any finding of fact, other than those set forth in
Sections II.A and II.B above and in Section 8.1 of the Plan, which materially adversely affects a
Participating Insurer, absent the consent of such insurer.
        D.      Each Participating Insurer shall have the right to consent to any insurance neutrality
provision that may be proposed for adoption in, or in connection with, the Plan and/or Confirmation
Order.
         CE.      This Agreement is the result of extensive negotiations between the parties. No party shall
be deemed the drafter of this Agreement. Therefore, any ambiguities cannot, and should not, be
construed against any party pursuant to the doctrine of “contra preferentem.” Nor is this Agreement a
policy of insurance, and it cannot and should not be construed against the Participating Insurers on the
basis of their identity as insurers.
        DF.     Failure to require performance of any aspect of this Agreement does not constitute a
waiver of future performance.
         EG.     This Agreement is an integrated agreement and contains the entire agreement between the
parties regarding the matters herein. No representations, warranties, or promises have been made or
relied on by any party to this Agreement other than as set forth in this Agreement. This Agreement
prevails over prior communications between the parties regarding the matters herein (but it does not
prevail over the Confidential Joint Defense and Funding Agreement for PPG Asbestos Premises Claims,
which addresses separately the obligations of the parties to that agreement with respect to PPG Asbestos
Premises Claims). This Agreement may not be amended or modified except by a written instrument
signed by all of the parties hereto.
        FH.      Except as provided with respect to the Asbestos PI Trust, nothing in this Agreement shall
create any third-party beneficiary rights in any Entity that is not a party to this Agreement; nor shall any
Entity not a party to the Agreement derive any benefit therefrom.
        GI.      Unless this Agreement explicitly provides to the contrary, the terms and, conditions,
agreements, warranties and covenants of this Agreement shall inure to the benefit of and be binding upon
the respective successors and assigns of the parties hereto and the Entities bound hereby, solely in their
capacity as such.
         HJ.     Any notices, requests and demands required or permitted to be provided under the
Agreement, in order to be effective, shall be in writing, and unless otherwise expressly provided herein,
shall be deemed to have been duly given and made when actually delivered, or in the case of notice by
facsimile transmission, when received and telephonically confirmed, addressed to the recipient(s) at the
address(es) set forth on Schedule F to this Agreement.
         IK.     The headings used in this Agreement are inserted for convenience only and do not
constitute a portion of the Agreement or in any manner affect the construction of the provisions of the
Agreement.
       JL.     This Agreement may be executed in one or more counterparts, each of which shall for all
purposes be deemed to be an original and all of which when taken together shall constitute the same
instrument.
         KM. The parties shall agree on the terms of the press releases to be issued upon the execution
of this Agreement and shall consult with each other before issuing any other press releases with respect to



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this Agreement and the transactions contemplated hereby, including without limitation, any termination of
this Agreement for any reason.
         LN.     Pursuant to Sections 105(a) and 1142 of the Bankruptcy Code, the Bankruptcy Court
shall retain and shall have exclusive jurisdiction over any matter arising in or related to the Asbestos PI
Trust and any action to interpret, enforce, and administer the terms of the Asbestos PI Trust Agreement,
the Asbestos Permanent Channeling Injunction, and this Agreement.
       MO. Neither PPG nor any of the Participating Insurers will have any responsibility for the
administrative or operational costs of the Asbestos PI Trust, nor for any payment whatsoever to the
Asbestos PI Trust, other than as set forth in Section III of this Agreement.
        NP.      This Agreement is a confidential mediation document pursuant to the Interim Mediation
Protocol. The terms of this Agreement shall remain confidential until the Plan is presented to the
Bankruptcy Court and/or District Court for approval. Presentation of this Agreement to the Bankruptcy
Court of the District Court for approval shall not constitute a waiver of the mediation privilege or any
other privilege attaching to the parties negotiations leading up to this Agreement. PPG and the
Participating Insurers agree to continue to utilize the services of Mediator David Geronemus as necessary
and provided he is available, to work toward the consummation of the contemplated plan of
reorganization for Pittsburgh Corning or as otherwise necessary to effectuate the terms and intent of this
Agreement.
        OQ.     Promptly after the Funding Effective Date, PPG and the Participating Insurers shall
dismiss any Claims pending between them regarding the Participating Insurers’ liability for Asbestos PI
Trust Claims with prejudice.
        PR.      Corporate transactions, including without limitations mergers and acquisitions affecting a
Participating Insurer, PPG, or a PPG Entity, shall neither expand nor contract the parties’ respective rights
and obligations under this Agreement, including the scope of the releases and indemnity provided in
Sections VI and VII of this Agreement or the scope of the covenants and agreements provided in Sections
VI and IX of this Agreement.
        QS.      The parties to this Agreement acknowledge that they have sought the advice of their
counsel prior to executing this Agreement. This document will not become an enforceable agreement as
to any Party unless and until signed by that Party.
        RT       Nothing in this Agreement shall impact in any way the reinsurance rights of the
Participating Excess Insurers or the Participating Other Primary Insurers. Moreover, notwithstanding the
scope of the mutual releases provided herein, nothing in those releases are meant to release anyone in its
capacity as a reinsurer of any other Participating Excess Insurers or Participating Other Primary Insurers
under any of the policies or Claims or demands referred to in this Agreement.
        SU.     Any and all obligations owed by any party under this Agreement are several and not
joint. Therefore, no party (or assignee) shall be responsible for another party’s performance of this
Agreement.

         V.      PPG will provide written notice to the Asbestos PI Trust, the Participating Insurers and
Corning that the conditions precedent set forth in Section II of the PPG Trust Funding Agreement have
been satisfied or waived in writing by PPG and the Participating Insurers within two Business Days (as
that term is defined in the Plan) of such satisfaction or waiver in writing.

PPG Industries, Inc.


By:


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Title:


Date:


Agricultural Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:


Allianz Global Risks US Insurance Company, formerly known as Allianz Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:


Allianz Underwriters Insurance Company, formerly known as Allianz Underwriters, Inc.


By:


Title:


Date:
Allstate Insurance Company, solely as successor in interest to Northbrook Excess and Surplus Insurance
Company, formerly Northbrook Insurance Company


By:


Title:




                                                  30
Date:


AIG Technical ServicesDomestic Claims, Inc., as authorized agent for AIU Insurance Company, American Home
Assurance Company, AIG Casualty Company (fka Birmingham Fire Insurance Company), Granite State
Insurance Company (except as to policy
nos. SCLD 8093287 and SCLD 8093346), Insurance Company of the State of Pennsylvania, Landmark Insurance
Company, Lexington Insurance Company, Lexington Insurance Company, Ltd., and National Union Fire
Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, PA


By:


Title:


Date:
American International Underwriters as authorized agent for AIU Insurance Company
and Granite State Insurance Company (only as to policy nos. SCLD 8093287 and
SCLD 8093346)


By:


Title:


Date:


The American Insurance Company/Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:


Munich Re America, Inc., formerly known as American Re-Insurance Company


By:


Title:


                                                31
Date:


Associated International Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:


Century Indemnity Company as successor to CCI Insurance Company, as successor to Insurance Company of
North America and Indemnity Insurance Company of North America and as successor to Cigna Specialty
Insurance Company (formerly known as California Union Insurance Company)


By:


Title:


Date:


CNA Reinsurance Company Limited


By:


Title:


Date:


Columbia Casualty Company


By:


Title:




                                               32
Date:


Continental Casualty Company


By:


Title:


Date:




                               33
The Continental Insurance Company, for itself, and as successor in interest to Harbor Insurance Company, and as
successor in interest to London Guarantee & Accident Company of New York


By:


Title:


Date:


Evanston Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:


Executive Risk Indemnity Inc., as successor to American Excess Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:


Federal Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:




                                                  34
Fidelity & Casualty Company


By:


Title:


Date:                                      First State Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:


Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company


By:


Title:


Date:


Hudson Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:




                                             35
TIG Insurance Company, as successor to International Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:


KWELM Management Services Limited as agent for and on behalf of the KWELMB Companies


By:


Title:


Date:




                                                36
New Hampshire Insurance Company, Ltd.


By:


Title:


Date:


Old Republic Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:




                                        37
Pacific Employers Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:


Riunione Adriatica di Sicurta


By:


Title:


Date:


RLI Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:




                                      38
Arrowood Indemnity Company, As Successor to Royal Indemnity Company


By:


Title:


Date:


St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:




                                             39
Transport Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:


Travelers Casualty &and Surety Company


By:


Title:


Date:




                                         40
The Travelers Indemnity Company/The Travelers Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:


Twin City Fire Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:


Unionamerica Insurance Company Limited, for itself and as successor-in-interest to St. Paul Travelers Insurance
Company Limited (formerly known as St. Katherine Insurance Company Limited)


By:


Title:


Date:


United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company


By:


Title:


Date:




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United States Fire Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:


Westchester Fire Insurance Company as to certain policies issued by United States Fire Insurance Company and
International Insurance Company, listed on Schedule B to this Agreement


By:


Title:


Date:


Westport Insurance Corporation (f/k/a Puritan Insurance Company, f/k/a The Manhattan Fire and Marine
Insurance Company)


By:


Title:


Date:


Zurich American Insurance Company, as successor in interest by operation of law to Zurich Insurance Company
(U.S. Branch) and Zurich General Accident and Liability Insurance Company Ltd.


By:


Title:


Date:




                                                 42
Zurich International (Bermuda) Ltd.


By:


Title:


Date:




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On behalf of the Asbestos Creditors Committee


By:


Title:


Date:




By:


Title:


Date:




By:


Title:


Date:


On behalf of the Future Claimants’ Representative


By:


Title:


Date:




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 SCHEDULE A TO THE TRUST FUNDING AGREEMENT IN CONNECTION WITH THE PITTSBURGH CORNING CORPORATION PLAN OF REORGANIZATION, AMONG PPG INDUSTRIES, INC., ITS PARTICIPATING INSURERS,
                          THE OFFICIAL COMMITTEE OF UNSECURED ASBESTOS CREDITORS, AND LAWRENCE FITZPATRICK, LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR FUTURE CLAIMANTS


                           Payment Dates and Amounts
                          06/
                          30/  06/30/     06/30/  06/30/    06/30/       06/30/    06/30/    06/30/    06/30/     06/30/   06/30/    06/30/    06/30/    06/30/    06/30/    06/30/    06/30/    06/30/    06/30/      06/30/    06/30/    06/30/
                 Payor    02     03        0408    0509      0610         0711      0812      0913      1014       1115     1216      1317      1418      1519      1620      1721      1822      1923      2024        2125      2226      2327     Totals
                                          $98,20  $90,54    $82,15       $76,03    $28,10    $38,19    $25,38              $19,73    $21,49    $6,827,             $26,55    $57,02    $57,02    $57,02                                              $998,09
                                $75,0     8,7403  7,1573    8,3752       2,9988,   6,2781    7,8701    0,1645              2,4182    5,9614    72245,              5,2724    4,4304    4,4304    4,4304                                              3,46382
                                00,00 86,418, 0,558,2       0,304,1      543,59     5,785,    7,196,    ,462,1    $10,67   1,244,2   5,619,5   619,54    $045,6    5,619,5   5,619,5   5,619,5   5,619,5   $57,02      $57,02   $57,02     $57,02    4,850,3
 PPG Industries, Inc.               0        429      96        31             9      934       769        77     9,4990       17        44          4   19,544        44        44        44        44    4,4300      4,4300   4,4300     4,4300         60
       The Travelers
           Indemnity
      Company, The
 Travelers Insurance
      Company, and
  Travelers Casualty
          and Surety                    $62,43    $57,17    $59,34       $48,61    $17,41    $23,88    $15,85     $16,52   $16,46    $13,70    $10,66    $176,3    $25,04    $36,08    $36,08    $36,08    $36,08      $36,08   $36,08     $36,08    $619,92
           Company                      8,327     0,387     3,680        0,184     7,048     0,687     9,828      9,111    9,792     4,540     5,890     18        3,374     7,339     7,339     7,339     7,339       7,339    7,339      7,339     0,538
         St. Katherine
  Insurance Company
          Limited and
        Unionamerica
  Insurance Company                                $1,408,20 $1,722,49 $1,472,83
               Limited                 $0          6         6         2         $594,949 $166,939 $0             $0       $0        $0        $870,208 $0         $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0        $0        $0        $6,235,630
  Hartford Accidenty
      and Indemnity                     $33,62    $30,78    $27,84       $25,70    $9,378    $12,85    $8,356     $3,210   $6,870,   $12,10    $1,698,             $11,17    $19,43    $19,43    $19,43    $19,43      $19,43   $19,43     $19,43    $319,63
           Company                      0,638     4,055     7,981        4,099     ,411      8,832     ,151       ,918     985       9,367     394       $0        5,285     1,644     1,644     1,644     1,644       1,644    1,644      1,644     6,623
 Riunione Adriatica di
                Sicurta                $500,000 $500,000      $0           $0        $0        $0        $0      $224,014 $351,153     $0        $0           $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0        $0        $0   $1,575,167




   Century Indemnity Company as successor to Cigna Specialty Insurance
     Company (formerly known as California Union Insurance Company)                                                                                                           $0                                $572,144                            $2,078,638




 Century Indemnity Company as successor to CCI Insurance Company, as
                     successor to Insurance Company of North America                                                                                                          $0                                     $0                                        $0



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                                   Pacific Employers Insurance Company                                                                                                    $0                     $0                           $0




       Westchester Fire Insurance Company as to certain policies issued by
                                       International Insurance Company                                                                                                     $0              $1,552,371                   $1,993,641




 Westchester Fire Insurance Company as to policy 5202738108 issued by
                          United States Fire Insurance Company (No. 1)                                                                                                    $0              $6,250,000




       Westchester Fire Insurance Company as to policy 5202738108 and
   certain other policies issued by United States Fire Insurance Company
                                                                   (No. 2)                                                                                                $0              $6,776,437                  $3,952,108
Agricultural Insurance
             Company                         $0          $0       $0         $0       $0       $0       $0       $0       $0        $0      $811,035 $212,298     $0      $0    $0   $0    $0          $0   $0   $0   $1,023,333
            American
        International                                                      $2,125,   $5,857   $7,579   $4,402   $14,65   $14,36   $6,081,   $8,391,   $19,35    $2,062,                                                $84,881
   UnderwritersAIG                           $0          $0       $0        886       ,178     ,523     ,258    4,080    8,272     079       708      8,766      500      $0    $0   $0    $0          $0   $0   $0     ,250




                                                                   -2-
     Domestic Claims,
    Inc., as authorized
         agent for AIU
  Insurance Company
 and Ins. Co./Granite
       State Insurance
   Company (only as
  to policy nos. SCLD
  8093287 and SCLD
              8093346)
          AIG Technical
       ServicesDomestic
         Claims, Inc., as
    authorized agent for
        American Home                                   $10,755,8 $6,221,45                                                                           $1,881,33                                      $18,858,66
   Assurance Company         $0     $0          $0         78         6          $0         $0        $0        $0        $0       $0         $0          3       $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0       7
          AIG Technical
       ServicesDomestic
         Claims, Inc., as
    authorized agent for
 AIG Casualty Co. (fka
       Birmingham Fire
           InsuranceIns.                                                      $1,865,75 $2,497,70          $1,711,52 $1,985,61 $3,089,06 $11,780,8 $1,058,09                                         $25,392,96
           CompanyCo.)       $0     $0          $0         $0      $649,751       9         6     $754,608     6         9         3        38         6          $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0       5
          AIG Technical
       ServicesDomestic
         Claims, Inc., as
    authorized agent for
Granite State Insurance
 Company (except as to
       policy nos. SCLD
     8093287 and SCLD                        $1,906,50 $1,553,98                         $11,861,1 $3,359,15 $7,421,88 $15,938,6 $10,404,6 $20,515,2 $3,868,60                                       $78,552,83
                8093346)     $0   $789,512       0         8         $0       $933,490      07         3         9        61        73        52         8        $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0       3
          AIG Technical
       ServicesDomestic
         Claims, Inc., as
    authorized agent for
 Insurance Company of
              the State of                                                                         $1,017,69 $1,339,94                                $1,160,30
            Pennsylvania     $0     $0          $0         $0        $0          $0         $0         0         4        $0       $0      $622,104       3       $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $4,140,041
          AIG Technical
       ServicesDomestic
         Claims, Inc., as
    authorized agent for
   Landmark Insurance
                Company      $0     $0          $0         $0        $0          $0      $37,918 $828,573 $283,843        $0       $0         $0         $0       $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $1,150,333
        AIG Technical
     ServicesDomestic
       Claims, Inc., as           $1,802,     $2,107,    $452,6     $11,37     $3,885     $457,2                         $18,57   $32,72                                                              $20,145
  authorized agent for       $0    828         172         89       9,311       ,630        95      $9,000      $0         6        1         $0         $0       $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0     ,221




                                                 -3-
  Lexington Insurance
               Company
           AIG Technical
        ServicesDomestic
          Claims, Inc., as
    authorized agent for
    Lexington Insurance
           Company, Ltd.                                                                                             $2,614,94 $4,130,67
                 (London)               $0        $0        $0          $0    $208,825 $289,190    $0        $0          7         3     $417,194      $0        $0       $0    $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $7,660,829
         New Hampshire
    Insurance Company,
            Ltd. (London)               $0        $0        $0          $0      $0       $0        $0      $444,290 $885,158 $330,975        $0        $0        $0       $0    $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $1,660,423
         AIG Technical
      ServicesDomestic
        Claims, Inc., as
  authorized agent for
  National Union Fire
               Insurance
   CompanyIns. Co. of                                               $3,752,    $12,01   $13,11    $18,08    $5,558    $1,136,    $6,363,   $6,227,   $8,202,                                                   $74,451
         Pittsburgh, PA                 $0        $0        $0       636       4,906    0,049     5,534      ,501      816        136       818       145        $0       $0    $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0     ,541
  NABCO Assignments,
         Ltd., as assignee
(guaranteed by Allstate
       LifeAllianz Global
      Risks US Insurance
    Company) of Allianz
     Insurance Company
(f/k/a Allianz Insurance
       Company), Allianz
            Underwriters
     Insurance Company
             (f/k/a Allianz                                                                                                     $3,553,53 $11,052,2 $6,929,79 $2,953,39                                       $24,488,97
      Underwriters, Inc.)               $0        $0        $0          $0      $0       $0        $0        $0         $0          1        55         8         0       $0    $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0       4
  Munich Re America,
  Inc. formerly known
       as American Re-                                                         $621,8   $664,0    $596,4    $1,260    $1,040,                                                                                  $4,182,
  Insurance Company                     $0        $0        $0          $0       01       09        68       ,288      379         $0        $0        $0        $0       $0    $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0     944
        Farmers Services
          Corporation, as
 assignee of Associated
International Insurance              $09,676,4                                                                                $2,132,11 $7,889,77 $6,558,44                                                   $16,771,41
                 Company                12        $0        $0          $0      $0       $0        $0        $0        $0        90        00        70     $191,0760     $0    $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   19,676,412
       Federal Insurance                                                                        $14,877,6 $6,365,99 $2,032,79 $1,206,15           $6,921,69                                                   $33,508,19
                 Company                $0        $0        $0       $0        $0     $933,490     21         5         9         9     $641,389      2      $529,048     $0    $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0       4
           Executive Risk                                         $1,466,84 $1,933,41 $1,599,78           $4,053,06 $2,915,18                                                                                 $12,241,55
           Indemnity Inc.               $0        $0        $0        2         1         8     $273,268      6         0        $0        $0        $0         $0        $0    $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0       6



                              Fidelity & Casualty Company of New York                                                                                             $12,837,683




                                                              -4-
      Columbia Casualty                                                                                       $2,032,79 $1,206,15
                 Company        $0          $0        $0        $0        $0       $0        $0     $35,579       9         9        $0         $0        $0       $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $3,274,537
       The Continental                                                                                                                        $5,644,   $5,300,                                        $10,945
   Insurance Company            $0          $0        $0        $0        $0       $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        431       569       $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0      ,000
             Continental                                                                                                                                $2,167,                                        $2,167,
    Casualty Company            $0          $0        $0        $0        $0       $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0       192       $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0       192
       The Continental
               Insurance
           Company, as
  successor in interest
  to Harbor Insurance                                                                                          $4,850,   $8,909,    $964,8                                                             $14,724
               Company          $0          $0        $0        $0        $0       $0        $0        $0       482       583         42        $0        $0       $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0     ,907
      CNA Reinsurance                     $2,955,   $2,666,   $2,008,   $1,392   $1,132    $50,76                                   $247,1                                                             $10,453
      Company Limited           $0         661       919       175       ,620     ,299       0         $0        $0        $0         39        $0        $0       $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0     ,572
        Farmers Services
         Corporation, as
           assignee ofThe
    American/Fireman's
          Fund Insurance                                                                                                                     $5,651,96 $14,586,0                                      $20,238,00
                 Company        $0          $0        $0        $0        $0       $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0          6        37       $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0       3
        Farmers Services
         Corporation, as
    assignee of Evanston     $08,076,6                       $4,532,31 $5,223,46                                                                                                                      $9,755,776
     Insurance Company          70          $0        $0        00        60        $0       $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   8,076,670
    First State Insurance                $2,785,36 $11,568,6 $8,866,21 $2,728,94                              $1,728,92 $4,527,66 $5,048,64                                                           $38,671,01
                 Company        $0           4        82         2         5     $449,646 $88,558 $878,371        4         8         8        $0        $0        $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0       9
           Twin City Fire                                                                           $1,788,84 $3,400,51                     $1,849,46 $1,135,53
     Insurance Company          $0          $0        $0        $0        $0        $0       $0         3         7     $723,696     $0         9         1        $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $8,898,056
       Hudson Insurance                                                                   $2,733,72
                 Company        $0          $0        $0        $0        $0     $194,584     4     $542,988     $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $3,471,296
           TIG Insurance
 Company, as successor
          to International
     Insurance Company          $0          $0        $0        $0        $0       $0     $426,828 $198,172      $0        $0        $0         $0        $0       $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $625,000
           TIG Insurance
 Company, as successor
          to International
     Insurance Company
  (International Surplus
         Lines Insurance                                                                            $23,583,9 $14,716,5          $5,116,66                                                            $44,089,55
                Company)        $0          $0        $0        $0        $0       $0        $0        06        14     $672,469     7          $0        $0       $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0       6
         The Continental                                                                                                                     $3,408,30 $4,054,19
Insurance CompanyIns.           $0          $0        $0        $0        $0       $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0          7         3       $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $0   $7,462,500




                                                        -5-
    Co., as successor in
      interest to London
 Guarantee & Accident
    CompanyCo. of New
                      York
                 NABCO
    Assignments, Ltd.,
            as assignee
        (guaranteed by
            Allstate Life
              Insurance
           Company) of
    Allstate Insurance
      CompanyAllstate
     Ins. Co., solely as
 successor in interest
         to Northbrook
   Excess and Surplus
              Insurance
     CompanyIns. Co.,
                formerly
            Northbrook
          InsuranceIns.      $2,623,   $2,623,   $2,623,   $2,623,   $1,523    $1,523     $1,523     $1,523   $1,523,   $1,523,    $1,523,    $1,523,    $1,523,    $1,523,   $1,523,   $1,523,   $1,523   $1,523   $1,523   $1,523    $34,862
           CompanyCo.         149       149       149       149       ,119      ,119       ,119       ,119     119       119        119        119        119        119       119       119       ,119     ,119     ,119     ,119      ,497
           Old Republic      $3,297,                                                                                                                                                                                                   $3,297,
  Insurance Company           817        $0        $0        $0       $0        $0          $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0         $0         $0        $0        $0       $0       $0       $0       $0         817
     Metropolitan Life
              Insurance
           Company, as
             assignee of
   Westport Insurance
       CorporationIns.
  Corp. (f/k/a Puritan
              Insurance
     CompanyIns. Co.,
 f/k/a The Manhattan
      Fire and Marine
              Insurance                                                                   $379,1     $8,285   $2,838,                                                                                                                  $11,503
    CompanyIns. Co.)           $0        $0        $0        $0       $0        $0          81        ,728     425        $0         $0         $0         $0         $0        $0        $0       $0       $0       $0       $0        ,333
      First Colony Life
  Insurance Company
 as assignee of Royal
                       &
   SunAllianceArrowo
           od Indemnity                                                                                                 $1,114,    $3,023,    $1,821,                                                                                  $5,958,
              Company          $0        $0        $0        $0       $0        $0          $0        $0        $0       542        167        087         $0         $0        $0        $0       $0       $0       $0       $0        796
    Transport Insurance
Company, as successor
in interest to Transport                                                                 $1,029,96                                $1,535,00             $1,237,50
    Indemnity Company          $0        $0        $0        $0       $0      $526,012       0        $0        $0        $0          0         $0          0         $0        $0        $0       $0       $0       $0       $0      $4,328,472




                                                    -6-
   Zurich -American
           Insurance
  CompanyIns. Co.,
     as successor by
  operation of lawin
   interest to Zurich
             General
   AccidentAcc. and
    Liability Ins. Co.
     Ltd. and Zurich
Insurance Company                      $7,861,                                                                                                                                                                                      $7,861,
(U.SIns. Branch)Co.                     909         $0        $0         $0       $0       $0       $0       $0       $0        $0        $0       $0       $0       $0       $0       $0       $0           $0    $0       $0       909
Zurich International                   $4,057,                                                                                                                                                                                      $4,057,
     (Bermuda) Ltd.                     714         $0        $0         $0       $0       $0       $0       $0       $0        $0        $0       $0       $0       $0       $0       $0       $0           $0    $0       $0       714




        Kingscroft Insurance Company Limited (formerly Dart Insurance
Company Limited, Dart and Kraft Insurance Company Limited, and Kraft
 Insurance Company Limited), Walbrook Insurance Company Limited, El
      Paso Insurance Company Limited, Lime Street Insurance Company
   Limited (formerly Louisville Insurance Company Limited), and Mutual
        Reinsurance Company Limited, and The Bermuda Fire & Marine
                              Insurance Company Limited, In Liquidation                                                  $25,000,000                                $0                                  $0
      RLI Insurance                                                                                $426,8   $198,1            $1,003,   $1,767,                                                                                     $3,395,
          Company                          $0        $0         $0       $0       $0       $0        28       72      $0       390       444       $0       $0       $0       $0       $0       $0           $0    $0       $0        834
  United States Fire                              $1,044,     $867,9                                                                                                                                                                $1,912,
Insurance Company                          $0       512         88       $0        $0       $0       $0       $0      $0       $0        $0        $0       $0       $0       $0       $0        $0        $0       $0       $0       500
                                          $225,4   $206,1     $199,1    $197,6   $114,2   $112,1   $109,3   $105,9   $110,2   $116,8    $113,5    $114,2   $111,5   $114,0   $114,0   $114,0   $114,0    $114,0   $114,0   $114,0   $2,734,
                                 $100,    45,977   53,576     14,834    78,113   08,977   14,367   44,276   83,663   65,881   16,060    90,920    65,714   20,522   66,531   66,531   66,531   66,531    66,531   66,531   66,531   968,600
                                 000,0    518,57   132,42     130,95    117,93   87,707   88,789   89,426   95,304   111,77   130,72    119,14    140,23   125,35   102,66   102,66   102,66   57,042    57,042   57,042   57,042   2,424,5
              Totals     $0         00     1,064    1,969      8,698     6,168     ,667     ,812     ,290     ,164    7,681    2,486     7,919     7,134    5,622    1,645    1,645    1,645     ,101      ,101     ,101     ,101    10,015




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      TO THE TRUST FUNDING AGREEMENT IN CONNECTION WITH THE PITTSBURGH
   CORNING CORPORATION PLAN OF REORGANIZATION, AMONG PPG INDUSTRIES, INC.,
  ITS PARTICIPATING INSURERS, THE OFFICIAL COMMITTEE OF UNSECURED ASBESTOS
    CREDITORS, AND LAWRENCE FITZPATRICK, LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR FUTURE
                                   CLAIMANTS

 Column 1                                    Column 2      Column 3          Column 4
                                                                            Total Credit
                                                                           Against Limits
                                                                           Applicable to
 Participating Excess Insurers             Policy Nos.   Inception Date   Products Claims

 RIUNIONE ADRIATICA DI SICURTA            EL2056          07/01/1977                  N/A
RIUNIONE ADRIATICA DI SICURTA            EL1385*          12/20/1975              1,000,000

 WESTCHESTER FIRE INSURANCE              520 273810 8    07/01/1977                   N/A
 COMPANY AS TO THE LISTED POLICY
 ISSUED BY UNITED STATES FIRE
 INSURANCE COMPANY
WESTCHESTER FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY      520 020641 7     07/01/1977                    N/A
AS TO THE LISTED POLICY ISSUED BY
UNITED STATES FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
WESTCHESTER FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY      522 054750 6     07/01/1985                637,500
AS TO THE LISTED POLICY ISSUED BY
UNITED STATES FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY

 CENTURY INDEMNITY COMPANY AS            ZCX 00 17 16    07/01/1977                   N/A
 SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE
 COMPANY, AS SUCCESSOR TO CIGNA
 SPECIALTY INSURANCE COMPANY
 (FORMERLY KNOWN AS CALIFORNIA
 UNION INSURANCE COMPANY)

 CENTURY INDEMNITY COMPANY AS            ZCX 00 32 38    07/01/1978                   N/A
 SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE
 COMPANY, AS SUCCESSOR TO CIGNA
 SPECIALTY INSURANCE COMPANY
 (FORMERLY KNOWN AS CALIFORNIA
 UNION INSURANCE COMPANY)

CENTURY INDEMNITY COMPANY AS            ZCX 00 37 47     07/01/1979                    N/A
SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE COMPANY,
AS SUCCESSOR TO CIGNA SPECIALTY
INSURANCE COMPANY (FORMERLY KNOWN
AS CALIFORNIA UNION INSURANCE
COMPANY)
CENTURY INDEMNITY COMPANY AS            ZCX 00 41 30     07/01/1980                    N/A
SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE COMPANY,
AS SUCCESSOR TO CIGNA SPECIALTY
INSURANCE COMPANY (FORMERLY KNOWN
AS CALIFORNIA UNION INSURANCE
COMPANY)
CENTURY INDEMNITY COMPANY AS            ZCX 00 41 70     07/01/1980                    N/A
SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE COMPANY,
AS SUCCESSOR TO CIGNA SPECIALTY
INSURANCE COMPANY (FORMERLY KNOWN
AS CALIFORNIA UNION INSURANCE
COMPANY)
CENTURY INDEMNITY COMPANY AS            ZCX 00 45 29     07/01/1981               1,065,000
SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE COMPANY,
AS SUCCESSOR TO CIGNA SPECIALTY
INSURANCE COMPANY (FORMERLY KNOWN
AS CALIFORNIA UNION INSURANCE



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COMPANY)
CENTURY INDEMNITY COMPANY AS          ZCX 00 45 30    07/01/1981    1,450,347
SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE COMPANY,
AS SUCCESSOR TO CIGNA SPECIALTY
INSURANCE COMPANY (FORMERLY KNOWN
AS CALIFORNIA UNION INSURANCE
COMPANY)
CENTURY INDEMNITY COMPANY AS          ZCX 00 62 90    07/01/1982    1,065,000
SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE COMPANY,
AS SUCCESSOR TO CIGNA SPECIALTY
INSURANCE COMPANY (FORMERLY KNOWN
AS CALIFORNIA UNION INSURANCE
COMPANY)
 CENTURY INDEMNITY COMPANY AS          ZCX 00 62 91   07/01/1982   1,450,347
 SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE
 COMPANY, AS SUCCESSOR TO CIGNA
 SPECIALTY INSURANCE COMPANY
 (FORMERLY KNOWN AS CALIFORNIA
 UNION INSURANCE COMPANY)

CENTURY INDEMNITY COMPANY AS          ZCX 00 62 92    07/01/1982    1,081,574
SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE COMPANY,
AS SUCCESSOR TO CIGNA SPECIALTY
INSURANCE COMPANY (FORMERLY KNOWN
AS CALIFORNIA UNION INSURANCE
COMPANY)
CENTURY INDEMNITY COMPANY AS          ZCX 00 66 42    07/01/1983    1,065,000
SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE COMPANY,
AS SUCCESSOR TO CIGNA SPECIALTY
INSURANCE COMPANY (FORMERLY KNOWN
AS CALIFORNIA UNION INSURANCE
COMPANY)
CENTURY INDEMNITY COMPANY AS          ZCX 00 66 43    07/01/1983    1,450,347
SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE COMPANY,
AS SUCCESSOR TO CIGNA SPECIALTY
INSURANCE COMPANY (FORMERLY KNOWN
AS CALIFORNIA UNION INSURANCE
COMPANY)
CENTURY INDEMNITY COMPANY AS          ZCX 00 66 44    07/01/1983    1,081,574
SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE COMPANY,
AS SUCCESSOR TO CIGNA SPECIALTY
INSURANCE COMPANY (FORMERLY KNOWN
AS CALIFORNIA UNION INSURANCE
COMPANY)
CENTURY INDEMNITY COMPANY AS          ZCX 00 72 19    07/01/1984    1,275,000
SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE COMPANY,
AS SUCCESSOR TO CIGNA SPECIALTY
INSURANCE COMPANY (FORMERLY KNOWN
AS CALIFORNIA UNION INSURANCE
COMPANY)
CENTURY INDEMNITY COMPANY AS          ZCX 00 72 20    07/01/1984    2,684,260
SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE COMPANY,
AS SUCCESSOR TO CIGNA SPECIALTY
INSURANCE COMPANY (FORMERLY KNOWN
AS CALIFORNIA UNION INSURANCE
COMPANY)
CENTURY INDEMNITY COMPANY AS          ZCX 00 81 66    07/01/1985      318,750
SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE COMPANY,
AS SUCCESSOR TO CIGNA SPECIALTY
INSURANCE COMPANY (FORMERLY KNOWN
AS CALIFORNIA UNION INSURANCE
COMPANY)
CENTURY INDEMNITY COMPANY AS          ZCX 00 81 67    07/01/1985    1,190,000
SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE COMPANY,
AS SUCCESSOR TO CIGNA SPECIALTY
INSURANCE COMPANY (FORMERLY KNOWN
AS CALIFORNIA UNION INSURANCE
COMPANY)
CENTURY INDEMNITY COMPANY AS          ZCX 00 81 68    07/01/1985    1,572,500
SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE COMPANY,




                                           -2-
AS SUCCESSOR TO CIGNA SPECIALTY
INSURANCE COMPANY (FORMERLY KNOWN
AS CALIFORNIA UNION INSURANCE
COMPANY)

 CENTURY INDEMNITY COMPANY AS           XCP 14375      08/15/1979                   N/A
 SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE
 COMPANY, AS SUCCESSOR TO
 INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH
 AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY COMPANY AS           XCP 14377       07/01/1980                    N/A
SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE COMPANY,
AS SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NORTH AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY COMPANY AS           XCP 144142      07/01/1981               1,740,417
SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE COMPANY,
AS SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NORTH AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY COMPANY AS           XCP 144630      07/01/1982               1,740,417
SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE COMPANY,
AS SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NORTH AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY COMPANY AS           XCP 145123      07/01/1983               1,740,417
SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE COMPANY,
AS SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NORTH AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY COMPANY AS           XCP 156072      07/01/1984               3,077,778
SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE COMPANY,
AS SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NORTH AMERICA

 PACIFIC EMPLOYERS INSURANCE            XCC 00 24 10   07/01/1984          1,440,509
 COMPANY
PACIFIC EMPLOYERS INSURANCE COMPANY    XCC 00 24 13    07/01/1984               1,990,000
PACIFIC EMPLOYERS INSURANCE COMPANY    XCC 00 24 30    07/01/1985                 488,750

 WESTCHESTER FIRE INSURANCE             522 0357741    07/01/1984          2,125,000
 COMPANY AS TO THE LISTED POLICY
 ISSUED BY INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE
 COMPANY
WESTCHESTER FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY     522 0357759     07/01/1984               1,440,509
AS TO THE LISTED POLICY ISSUED BY
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY
WESTCHESTER FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY     522 0547515     07/01/1985                425,000
AS TO THE LISTED POLICY ISSUED BY
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY

 AGRICULTURAL INSURANCE COMPANY          EL 0018315*   07/01/1981
                                                                    1,023,333

 AIU INSURANCE COMPANY/GRANITE STATE     SCLD8093287   07/01/1977                   N/A
 INSURANCE COMPANY
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY/GRANITE STATE     SCLD8093346    07/01/1977                    N/A
INSURANCE COMPANY

 AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                   75-100724     07/01/1978                   N/A
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                   75-100711      07/01/1978                    N/A
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                   75-100709      07/01/1978                    N/A
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                   75-100710      07/01/1978                    N/A
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                   75-101136      07/01/1979                    N/A
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                   75-101137      07/01/1979                    N/A
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                   75-101138      07/01/1979                    N/A
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                   75-101139      07/01/1979                    N/A
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                   75-102426      07/01/1980                    N/A
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                   75-102427      07/01/1980                    N/A
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                   75-102428      07/01/1980                    N/A
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                   75-102429      07/01/1980                    N/A



                                            -3-
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                75-102430           07/01/1980         N/A
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                75-102636*          07/01/1981     667,500
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                75-102637*          07/01/1981   1,304,778
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                75-102638*          07/01/1981   3,933,583
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                75-102639*          07/01/1981   1,394,861
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                75-102640*          07/01/1981   5,573,333
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                75-102167*          07/01/1982     667,500
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                75-102168*          07/01/1982   1,304,778
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                75-102169*          07/01/1982   3,933,583
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                75-102170*          07/01/1982   1,394,861
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                75-102171*          07/01/1982   5,573,333
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                75-103069*          07/01/1983     667,500
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                75-103070*          07/01/1983   1,304,778
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                75-103071*          07/01/1983   3,933,583
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                75-103072*          07/01/1983   1,394,861
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                75-103073*          07/01/1983   8,360,000
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                75-103848*          07/01/1984   4,250,000
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                75-103849*          07/01/1984   3,243,056
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                75-103850*          07/01/1984   3,125,000
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                75-103851*          07/01/1984   3,006,944
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                75-103852*          07/01/1984   2,534,722
AIU INSURANCE COMPANY                75-103871*          07/01/1984   2,062,500

 AMERICAN HOME ASSURANCE COMPANY      CE 352610          10/18/1966       N/A
AMERICAN HOME ASSURANCE COMPANY      CE 352610           07/01/1967        N/A
AMERICAN HOME ASSURANCE COMPANY      CE 352610           07/01/1968        N/A
AMERICAN HOME ASSURANCE COMPANY      CE 352610           07/01/1969        N/A
AMERICAN HOME ASSURANCE COMPANY      CE 357547           07/01/1970        N/A
AMERICAN HOME ASSURANCE COMPANY      CE 357547           07/01/1970        N/A
AMERICAN HOME ASSURANCE COMPANY      CE 2750527          12/01/1972        N/A
AMERICAN HOME ASSURANCE COMPANY      CE 2750527          09/24/1973        N/A
AMERICAN HOME ASSURANCE COMPANY      CE 2750527          09/24/1973        N/A
AMERICAN HOME ASSURANCE COMPANY      CE 2750527          09/24/1973        N/A

 BIRMINGHAM FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY    SE 6073296         07/01/1977       N/A
BIRMINGHAM FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY    SE 6073300          07/01/1977         N/A
BIRMINGHAM FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY    SE 6073400          07/01/1978         N/A
BIRMINGHAM FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY    SE 6073399          07/01/1978         N/A
BIRMINGHAM FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY    SE 6073291          07/01/1978         N/A
BIRMINGHAM FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY    SE 6073523          07/01/1979         N/A
BIRMINGHAM FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY    SE 60736726073542   07/01/1979         N/A
BIRMINGHAM FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY    SE 6073524          07/01/1979         N/A
BIRMINGHAM FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY    SE 6073671          07/01/1980         N/A
BIRMINGHAM FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY    SE 6073672          07/01/1980         N/A
BIRMINGHAM FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY    SE 6073681          07/01/1980         N/A
BIRMINGHAM FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY    SE 6073682          07/01/1980         N/A
BIRMINGHAM FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY    SE 6073660          07/01/1981     348,704
BIRMINGHAM FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY    SE 6073361          07/01/1981     338,866
BIRMINGHAM FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY    SE 6073872          07/01/1981     618,704
BIRMINGHAM FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY    SE 6073663          07/01/1981   1,351,968
BIRMINGHAM FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY    SE 6073966          07/01/1982   1,351,968
BIRMINGHAM FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY    SE 6074115          07/01/1983   1,351,968
BIRMINGHAM FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY    SE 6074350          07/01/1984   2,684,259

 GRANITE STATE INSURANCE COMPANY      6178-0741          07/01/1978       N/A
GRANITE STATE INSURANCE COMPANY      6179-1444           07/01/1979         N/A
GRANITE STATE INSURANCE COMPANY      6179-1445           07/01/1979         N/A
GRANITE STATE INSURANCE COMPANY      6180-2467           07/01/1980         N/A
GRANITE STATE INSURANCE COMPANY      6180-2468           07/01/1980         N/A
GRANITE STATE INSURANCE COMPANY      6180-2469           07/01/1980         N/A
GRANITE STATE INSURANCE COMPANY      6181-3119           07/01/1981   1,694,329
GRANITE STATE INSURANCE COMPANY      6181-3120           07/01/1981   2,320,139
GRANITE STATE INSURANCE COMPANY      6181-3121           07/01/1981   3,244,722
GRANITE STATE INSURANCE COMPANY      6182-3716           07/01/1982   1,694,329
GRANITE STATE INSURANCE COMPANY      6182-3717           07/01/1982   2,320,139
GRANITE STATE INSURANCE COMPANY      6182-3718           07/01/1982   3,244,722
GRANITE STATE INSURANCE COMPANY      6183-4538           07/01/1983   1,694,329
GRANITE STATE INSURANCE COMPANY      6183-4539           07/01/1983   2,320,139




                                        -4-
GRANITE STATE INSURANCE COMPANY         6183-4540        07/01/1983   3,244,722
GRANITE STATE INSURANCE COMPANY         6484-5840        07/01/1984   2,125,000
GRANITE STATE INSURANCE COMPANY         6484-5841        07/01/1984   1,538,889
GRANITE STATE INSURANCE COMPANY         6484-5842        07/01/1984   1,610,556
GRANITE STATE INSURANCE COMPANY         6484-5843        07/01/1984   1,616,875

 INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE STATE OF       UXL 81-5016     07/01/1981   589,409
 PENNSYLVANIA
INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE STATE OF       UXL 81-5017      07/01/1981    445,602
PENNSYLVANIA
INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE STATE OF       UXL 82-1181      07/01/1982    589,409
PENNSYLVANIA
INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE STATE OF       UXL 82-1182      07/01/1982    445,602
PENNSYLVANIA

 LANDMARK INSURANCE COMPANY              FE 400 10 46    07/01/1979       N/A
LANDMARK INSURANCE COMPANY              FE 400 1411 02   07/01/1980        N/A

 LEXINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY             GC 402888       07/01/1970       N/A
LEXINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY             GC 402888        07/01/1970        N/A
LEXINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY             GC 402888        12/01/1972        N/A
LEXINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY             GC 402888        09/24/1973        N/A
LEXINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY             GC 403877        09/24/1973        N/A
LEXINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY             GC 402888        09/24/1973        N/A
LEXINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY             GC 403877        09/24/1973        N/A
LEXINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY             GC 402888        09/24/1973        N/A
LEXINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY             GC 403877        09/24/1973        N/A
LEXINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY             GC 5504929       07/01/1976        N/A
LEXINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY             GC 403877        07/01/1976        N/A
LEXINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY             GC 5500031       07/01/1977        N/A
LEXINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY             GC 5504980       07/01/1977        N/A
LEXINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY             5527040*         05/26/1985     57,536
LEXINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY             5527040*         05/26/1985     51,296

 LEXINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY, LTD.       77-14758-12     07/01/1977       N/A
 (LONDON)

LEXINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY, LTD.       78-14758-21      10/01/1978        N/A
(LONDON)
LEXINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY, LTD.       79-14758-25      07/01/1979        N/A
(LONDON)
LEXINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY, LTD.       79-14758-25      07/01/1980        N/A
(LONDON)
LEXINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY, LTD.       81-14758-33      07/01/1981    658,916
(LONDON)
LEXINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY, LTD.       82-14758-36      07/01/1982    879,906
(LONDON)

 NEW HAMPSHIRE INSURANCE COMPANY         77-14758-13     07/01/1977       N/A


NEW HAMPSHIRE INSURANCE COMPANY         78-14758-22      07/01/1978        N/A

 NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE           1186637         07/01/1976       N/A
 COMPANY OF PITTSBURGH, PA

NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   1224049          07/01/1977        N/A
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   1224050          07/01/1977        N/A
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   1231952          07/01/1978        N/A
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   1231880          07/01/1978        N/A
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   1231880          07/01/1978        N/A
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   978-23-05        07/01/1979        N/A




                                           -5-
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   978-23-06     07/01/1979        N/A
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   978-23-06     07/01/1979        N/A
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   991 03 45     07/01/1980        N/A
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   991 03 44     07/01/1980        N/A
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   991 03 44     07/01/1980        N/A
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   991 03 44     07/01/1980        N/A
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   9602914       07/01/1981    710,000
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   9602913       07/01/1981   1,041,092
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   9602913       07/01/1981   1,011,720
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   9602913       07/01/1981    807,289
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   6525121*      07/01/1982   1,420,000
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   9603146       07/01/1982   1,743,519
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   9603146       07/01/1982   1,694,329
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   9603146       07/01/1982   1,546,759
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   9603146       07/01/1982   1,351,968
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   6525162*      07/01/1983   1,420,000
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   9607169       07/01/1983   1,743,519
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   9607169       07/01/1983   1,016,597
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   9607169       07/01/1983   1,546,759
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   9607169       07/01/1983   1,351,968
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   6525188*      07/01/1984   2,777,037
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   6525188*      07/01/1984    654,907
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   6525188*      07/01/1984   2,821,296
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   6525188*      05/26/1985    205,185
OF PITTSBURGH, PA
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY   6525188*      07/01/1984   2,881,019
OF PITTSBURGH, PA

 ALLIANZ GLOBAL RISKS US INSURANCE       UMB 599610   07/01/1979       N/A
 COMPANY, FORMERLY KNOWN AS ALLIANZ
 INSURANCE COMPANY

ALLIANZ UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE          AUX 5200138   07/01/1980        N/A
COMPANY, FORMERLY KNOWN AS ALLIANZ
UNDERWRITERS, INC.
ALLIANZ UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE          AUX 5201309   07/01/1981   1,450,347
COMPANY, FORMERLY KNOWN AS ALLIANZ
UNDERWRITERS, INC.
ALLIANZ UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE          AUX 5201310   07/01/1981   1,243,750
COMPANY, FORMERLY KNOWN AS ALLIANZ
UNDERWRITERS, INC.
ALLIANZ UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE          AUX 5201359   07/01/1982   1,450,347
COMPANY, FORMERLY KNOWN AS ALLIANZ
UNDERWRITERS, INC.
ALLIANZ UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE          AUX 5201360   07/01/1982   1,243,750
COMPANY, FORMERLY KNOWN AS ALLIANZ



                                            -6-
UNDERWRITERS, INC.
ALLIANZ UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE          AUX 5201718      07/01/1983   1,450,347
COMPANY, FORMERLY KNOWN AS ALLIANZ
UNDERWRITERS, INC.
ALLIANZ UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE          AUX 5201719      07/01/1983   1,243,750
COMPANY, FORMERLY KNOWN AS ALLIANZ
UNDERWRITERS, INC.
ALLIANZ UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE          AUX 5201718      07/01/1984   2,304,815
COMPANY, FORMERLY KNOWN AS ALLIANZ
UNDERWRITERS, INC.

 MUNICH RE AMERICAN, INC., FORMERLY      M 1665346       07/01/1977       N/A
 KNOWN AS AMERICAN RE-INSURANCE
 COMPANY
MUNICH RE AMERICAN, INC., FORMERLY      M 1665346        07/01/1977        N/A
KNOWN AS AMERICAN RE-INSURANCE
COMPANY
MUNICH RE AMERICAN, INC., FORMERLY      M 1432185        07/01/1978        N/A
KNOWN AS AMERICAN RE-INSURANCE
COMPANY
MUNICH RE AMERICAN, INC., FORMERLY      M 1432185        07/01/1978        N/A
KNOWN AS AMERICAN RE-INSURANCE
COMPANY
MUNICH RE AMERICAN, INC., FORMERLY      M 1432185        07/01/1978        N/A
KNOWN AS AMERICAN RE-INSURANCE
COMPANY

 ASSOCIATED INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE      AEL 00242C      08/15/1979       N/A
 COMPANY
ASSOCIATED INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE      AEL 00242C       07/01/1980        N/A
COMPANY
ASSOCIATED INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE      XS 100018*       07/01/1981   1,740,417
COMPANY
ASSOCIATED INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE      XS 100018        07/01/1982   1,044,250
COMPANY
ASSOCIATED INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE      XS 100018        07/01/1982    648,944
COMPANY
ASSOCIATED INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE      XS 100018*       07/01/1983   2,088,500
COMPANY
ASSOCIATED INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE      XS 100018*       07/01/1983   1,297,889
COMPANY
ASSOCIATED INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE      XS 106796        07/01/1984   1,728,611
COMPANY
ASSOCIATED INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE      XS 106797        07/01/1984   1,073,704
COMPANY

 FEDERAL INSURANCE COMPANY               7932-51-64      09/24/1973       N/A
FEDERAL INSURANCE COMPANY               7932-51-64       07/01/1974         N/A
FEDERAL INSURANCE COMPANY               7932-51-64       07/01/1975         N/A
FEDERAL INSURANCE COMPANY               7932-51-64       07/01/1976         N/A
FEDERAL INSURANCE COMPANY               7932-79-91       07/01/1975         N/A
FEDERAL INSURANCE COMPANY               7932-79-91       07/01/1976         N/A
FEDERAL INSURANCE COMPANY               7933-01-49       07/01/1977         N/A
FEDERAL INSURANCE COMPANY               (79)7933-01-49   07/01/1978         N/A
FEDERAL INSURANCE COMPANY               (80)7933-01-49   07/01/1979         N/A
FEDERAL INSURANCE COMPANY               (81)7933-01-49   07/01/1980         N/A
FEDERAL INSURANCE COMPANY               (82)7933-01-49   07/01/1981   1,694,329
FEDERAL INSURANCE COMPANY               7935-74-23       07/01/1982   1,694,329
FEDERAL INSURANCE COMPANY               7935-74-24       07/01/1982   1,351,968
FEDERAL INSURANCE COMPANY               (84)7935-74-23   07/01/1983   1,694,329
FEDERAL INSURANCE COMPANY               (84)7935-74-24   07/01/1983   1,351,968
FEDERAL INSURANCE COMPANY               (85)7935-74-23   07/01/1984   1,637,269
FEDERAL INSURANCE COMPANY               (85)7935-74-24   07/01/1984   1,342,130

 EXECUTIVE RISK INDEMNITY INC. (F/K/A    EUL 5002152     07/01/1979       N/A
 AMERICAN EXCESS INSURANCE COMPANY)




                                            -7-
EXECUTIVE RISK INDEMNITY INC. (F/K/A    EUL 5002152         07/01/1979                    N/A
AMERICAN EXCESS INSURANCE COMPANY)
EXECUTIVE RISK INDEMNITY INC. (F/K/A    EUL 5002152         07/01/1979                    N/A
AMERICAN EXCESS INSURANCE COMPANY)
EXECUTIVE RISK INDEMNITY INC. (F/K/A    EUL 5079966         07/01/1980                    N/A
AMERICAN EXCESS INSURANCE COMPANY)
EXECUTIVE RISK INDEMNITY INC. (F/K/A    EUL 5079966         07/01/1980                    N/A
AMERICAN EXCESS INSURANCE COMPANY)
EXECUTIVE RISK INDEMNITY INC. (F/K/A    EUL 5079966         07/01/1980                    N/A
AMERICAN EXCESS INSURANCE COMPANY)
EXECUTIVE RISK INDEMNITY INC. (F/K/A    EUL 5086340         07/01/1981                333,750
AMERICAN EXCESS INSURANCE COMPANY)
EXECUTIVE RISK INDEMNITY INC. (F/K/A    EUL 5086340         07/01/1981                326,194
AMERICAN EXCESS INSURANCE COMPANY)
EXECUTIVE RISK INDEMNITY INC. (F/K/A    EUL 5086340         07/01/1981                907,750
AMERICAN EXCESS INSURANCE COMPANY)
EXECUTIVE RISK INDEMNITY INC. (F/K/A    EUL 5093605         07/01/1982                333,750
AMERICAN EXCESS INSURANCE COMPANY)
EXECUTIVE RISK INDEMNITY INC. (F/K/A    EUL 5093605         07/01/1982                326,194
AMERICAN EXCESS INSURANCE COMPANY)
EXECUTIVE RISK INDEMNITY INC. (F/K/A    EUL 5093605         07/01/1982                907,750
AMERICAN EXCESS INSURANCE COMPANY)

 COLUMBIA CASUALTY COMPANY               RDX 917 6415       07/01/1984
                                                                         1,637,269

 THE CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY       SRX 6 54 36 08     07/01/1981          1,243,750
THE CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY       SRX 1 59 17 36      07/01/1982               1,741,250
THE CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY       SRX 1 59 20 14      07/01/1983               2,487,500

 CONTINENTAL CASUALTY COMPANY            RDX 30 229 88 91   07/01/1984          1,083,596


 THE CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY,      134901             07/01/1978                   N/A
 AS SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST TO HARBOR
 INSURANCE COMPANY

THE CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY, AS   134919              07/01/1979                    N/A
SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST TO HARBOR
INSURANCE COMPANY
THE CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY, AS   134946              07/01/1980                    N/A
SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST TO HARBOR
INSURANCE COMPANY
THE CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY, AS   HI 152727           07/01/1981               1,546,759
SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST TO HARBOR
INSURANCE COMPANY
THE CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY, AS   HI 144435           07/01/1982                928,056
SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST TO HARBOR
INSURANCE COMPANY
THE CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY, AS   HI 144435           07/01/1983                928,056
SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST TO HARBOR
INSURANCE COMPANY
THE CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY, AS   HI 178711           07/01/1985                    N/A
SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST TO HARBOR
INSURANCE COMPANY

 CNA REINSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED         77-14758-11        07/01/1977                   N/A
CNA REINSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED         79-14758-14         07/01/1978                    N/A
CNA REINSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED         78-14758-16         07/01/1978                    N/A
CNA REINSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED         78-14758-19         07/01/1978                    N/A
CNA REINSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED         79-14758-14         07/01/1979                    N/A
CNA REINSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED         78-14758-16         07/01/1979                    N/A
CNA REINSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED         79-14758-24         07/01/1979                    N/A
CNA REINSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED         79-14758-14         07/01/1980                    N/A
CNA REINSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED         78-14758-16         07/01/1980                    N/A
CNA REINSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED         79-14758-24         07/01/1980                    N/A
CNA REINSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED         81-14758-29         07/01/1981                131,625
CNA REINSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED         81-14758-30         07/01/1981                169,065




                                           -8-
CNA REINSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED       81-14758-31       07/01/1981      195,840
CNA REINSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED       81-14758-29       07/01/1982      131,625
CNA REINSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED       81-14758-30       07/01/1982      169,065
CNA REINSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED       81-14758-31       07/01/1982      195,840
CNA REINSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED       82-14758-35       07/01/1982      207,602
CNA REINSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED       82-14758 37       07/01/1982      123,570
CNA REINSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED       81-14758-29       07/01/1983      131,625
CNA REINSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED       81-14758-30       07/01/1983      169,065
CNA REINSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED       81-14758-31       07/01/1983      195,840
CNA REINSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED       84-14758-39       07/01/1984      187,500
CNA REINSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED       84-14758-40       07/01/1984      455,813
CNA REINSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED       85-14758-43       07/01/1985       85,000
CNA REINSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED       85-14758-45       07/01/1985      850,000

 FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE COMPANY      XLX 120 47 14*   02/11/1974        N/A
FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE COMPANY      XLX 120 47 14*    07/01/1974         N/A
FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE COMPANY      XLX 120 47 14*    07/01/1975         N/A
 THE AMERICAN INSURANCE                XLX 120 30 68*   07/01/1976        N/A
 COMPANY/FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE
 COMPANY/NATIONAL SURETY
 CORPORATION
THE AMERICAN INSURANCE                XLX 130 11 55*    07/01/1977         N/A
COMPANY/FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE
COMPANY/NATIONAL SURETY CORPORATION
 THE AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY        XLX 126 79 81*   07/01/1978        N/A
 THE AMERICAN INSURANCE                XLX 148 11 87*   07/01/1981   4,125,000
 COMPANY/FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE
 COMPANY/NATIONAL SURETY
 CORPORATION
 THE AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY        XLX 153 30 54*   07/01/1982   4,125,000
 THE AMERICAN INSURANCE                XLX 161 82 02*   07/01/1983   4,125,000
 COMPANY/FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE
 COMPANY/NATIONAL SURETY
 CORPORATION
THE AMERICAN INSURANCE                XLX 168 53 72*    07/01/1984    2,785,222
COMPANY/FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE
COMPANY/NATIONAL SURETY CORPORATION
THE AMERICAN INSURANCE                XLX 168 53 72*    12/07/1984    5,936,610
COMPANY/FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE
COMPANY/NATIONAL SURETY CORPORATION
 FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE COMPANY      XL 83838         07/01/1965        N/A
FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE COMPANY      SN 7422           08/24/1966         N/A
FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE COMPANY      XL 83838          07/01/1966         N/A
FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE COMPANY      XL 83838          07/01/1967         N/A
FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE COMPANY      XL 83838          07/01/1968         N/A
FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE COMPANY      XL 83838          07/01/1969         N/A
FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE COMPANY      XLX 105 38 42     07/01/1970         N/A
FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE COMPANY      XLX 105 05 73*    07/24/1970         N/A
FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE COMPANY      XLX 105 05 73*    07/01/1971         N/A
FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE COMPANY      XLX 105 05 73*    07/01/1972         N/A
THE AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY        XLX 105 38 42     07/01/1971         N/A
FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE COMPANY      XLX 105 56 82     07/01/1972         N/A
THE AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY        XLX 121 02 75     07/01/1973         N/A
THE AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY        XLX 121 02 76     07/01/1974         N/A
THE AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY        XLX 121 02 77     07/01/1975         N/A
 THE AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY        XLX 121 02 78    07/01/1976        N/A
 THE AMERICAN INSURANCE                XLX 121 02 80    07/01/1977        N/A
 COMPANY/FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE
 COMPANY/NATIONAL SURETY
 CORPORATION

 EVANSTON INSURANCE COMPANY            LE 10031         07/01/1978        N/A
EVANSTON INSURANCE COMPANY            EX 10064          07/01/1979          N/A
EVANSTON INSURANCE COMPANY            EX 10308          07/01/1980          N/A
EVANSTON INSURANCE COMPANY            EX 10751          07/01/1981    1,065,000
EVANSTON INSURANCE COMPANY            EX 11026          07/01/1982    1,065,000




                                         -9-
 FIRST STATE INSURANCE COMPANY          920132         07/24/1970                   N/A
FIRST STATE INSURANCE COMPANY          920220          02/11/1971                 N/A
FIRST STATE INSURANCE COMPANY          920132          07/24/1970                 N/A
FIRST STATE INSURANCE COMPANY          920692          12/01/1972                 N/A
FIRST STATE INSURANCE COMPANY          920693          12/01/1972                 N/A
FIRST STATE INSURANCE COMPANY          920692          09/24/1973                 N/A
FIRST STATE INSURANCE COMPANY          920693          09/24/1973                 N/A
FIRST STATE INSURANCE COMPANY          920692          09/24/1973                 N/A
FIRST STATE INSURANCE COMPANY          920693          09/24/1973                 N/A
FIRST STATE INSURANCE COMPANY          920692          09/24/1973                 N/A
FIRST STATE INSURANCE COMPANY          920693          09/24/1973                 N/A
FIRST STATE INSURANCE COMPANY          923064          07/01/1976                 N/A
FIRST STATE INSURANCE COMPANY          EU 000676       07/01/1983          4,000,000
FIRST STATE INSURANCE COMPANY          EU 000677       07/01/1983          1,000,000
FIRST STATE INSURANCE COMPANY          EU 000678       07/01/1983          3,000,000
FIRST STATE INSURANCE COMPANY          EU 000679       07/01/1983          9,000,000
FIRST STATE INSURANCE COMPANY          EU 000680       07/01/1983          8,000,000

 HARTFORD ACCIDENT &AND INDEMNITY       40 XS 100297   07/01/1977                   N/A
 COMPANY
HARTFORD ACCIDENT &AND INDEMNITY       40 XS100389     07/01/1978                    N/A
COMPANY
HARTFORD ACCIDENT &AND INDEMNITY       40 XS 100474    07/01/1979                    N/A
COMPANY
HARTFORD ACCIDENT &AND INDEMNITY       40 XS102149     07/01/1980                    N/A
COMPANY
HARTFORD ACCIDENT &AND INDEMNITY       40 XS 102428    07/01/1981          3,000,000
COMPANY
HARTFORD ACCIDENT &AND INDEMNITY       40 XS 102676    07/01/1982          3,000,000
COMPANY
HARTFORD ACCIDENT &AND INDEMNITY       40 XS 103130    07/01/1983          3,000,000
COMPANY
HARTFORD ACCIDENT &AND INDEMNITY       40 XS 103737    07/01/1984          3,000,000
COMPANY
HARTFORD ACCIDENT &AND INDEMNITY       40 HUNST0049    07/01/1985                875,000
COMPANY

 TWIN CITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY       TXS 100528*    07/01/1982
                                                                    5,000,000
TWIN CITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY       TXS 100528*     07/01/1982           5,000,000
TWIN CITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY       TXS 100528*     07/01/1983           5,000,000
TWIN CITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY       TXS 100528*     07/01/1983           5,000,000
TWIN CITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY       TXS 100528*     07/01/1984           5,000,000

 HUDSON INSURANCE COMPANY               HN 01517       07/01/1984
                                                                    1,735,648

 INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY        XS 3536*       02/11/1974                   N/A
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY        XS 3536*        02/11/1974                    N/A
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY        XS 3536*        07/01/1976                    N/A
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY        522 053915-4    07/01/1985                312,500

 INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY, AS    XSI 2676*      07/01/1976                   N/A
 SUCCESSOR TO INTERNATIONAL SURPLUS
 LINES INSURANCE COMPANY

INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY, AS    XSI 4368        07/01/1978                    N/A
SUCCESSOR TO INTERNATIONAL SURPLUS
LINES INSURANCE COMPANY
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY, AS    XSI 6268*       07/01/1980                    N/A
SUCCESSOR TO INTERNATIONAL SURPLUS
LINES INSURANCE COMPANY
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY, AS    XSI 7488*       07/01/1981               8,472,333
SUCCESSOR TO INTERNATIONAL SURPLUS
LINES INSURANCE COMPANY
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY, AS    XSI 8358*       07/01/1982               8,472,333
SUCCESSOR TO INTERNATIONAL SURPLUS
LINES INSURANCE COMPANY



                                          - 10 -
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY, AS     XSI 8602*     07/01/1983    8,472,333
SUCCESSOR TO INTERNATIONAL SURPLUS
LINES INSURANCE COMPANY
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY, AS     XSI 8603*     07/01/1983    5,116,667
SUCCESSOR TO INTERNATIONAL SURPLUS
LINES INSURANCE COMPANY
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY, AS     XSI 8907*     07/01/1984   12,500,000
SUCCESSOR TO INTERNATIONAL SURPLUS
LINES INSURANCE COMPANY

 THE CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY,      LX 3193639   07/01/1981   1,243,750
 AS SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST TO LONDON
 GUARANTEE & ACCIDENT COMPANY OF
 NEW YORK

THE CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY, AS   LX 1898027    07/01/1982    1,243,750
SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST TO LONDON
GUARANTEE & ACCIDENT COMPANY OF NEW
YORK
THE CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY, AS   LX 2107853    07/01/1983    1,243,750
SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST TO LONDON
GUARANTEE & ACCIDENT COMPANY OF NEW
YORK

 ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, SOLEY       63 000 236   02/11/1974        N/A
 AS SUCCESSOR TO NORTHBROOK EXCESS
 AND SURPLUS INSURANCE COMPANY,
 FORMERLY NORTHBROOK INSURANCE
 COMPANY
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, SOLEY AS    63 000 236    02/11/1974         N/A
SUCCESSOR TO NORTHBROOK EXCESS AND
SURPLUS INSURANCE COMPANY, FORMERLY
NORTHBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, SOLEY AS    63 000 236    07/01/1976         N/A
SUCCESSOR TO NORTHBROOK EXCESS AND
SURPLUS INSURANCE COMPANY, FORMERLY
NORTHBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, SOLEY AS    63-003-403    07/01/1977         N/A
SUCCESSOR TO NORTHBROOK EXCESS AND
SURPLUS INSURANCE COMPANY, FORMERLY
NORTHBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, SOLEY AS    63-003-404    07/01/1977         N/A
SUCCESSOR TO NORTHBROOK EXCESS AND
SURPLUS INSURANCE COMPANY, FORMERLY
NORTHBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, SOLEY AS    63-003-405    07/01/1977         N/A
SUCCESSOR TO NORTHBROOK EXCESS AND
SURPLUS INSURANCE COMPANY, FORMERLY
NORTHBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, SOLEY AS    63-004-909    07/01/1978         N/A
SUCCESSOR TO NORTHBROOK EXCESS AND
SURPLUS INSURANCE COMPANY, FORMERLY
NORTHBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, SOLEY AS    63-004-910    07/01/1978         N/A
SUCCESSOR TO NORTHBROOK EXCESS AND
SURPLUS INSURANCE COMPANY, FORMERLY
NORTHBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, SOLEY AS    63-004-911    07/01/1978         N/A
SUCCESSOR TO NORTHBROOK EXCESS AND
SURPLUS INSURANCE COMPANY, FORMERLY
NORTHBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, SOLEY AS    63-005-885    07/01/1979         N/A
SUCCESSOR TO NORTHBROOK EXCESS AND
SURPLUS INSURANCE COMPANY, FORMERLY
NORTHBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, SOLEY AS    63-006-936    07/01/1980         N/A
SUCCESSOR TO NORTHBROOK EXCESS AND
SURPLUS INSURANCE COMPANY, FORMERLY
NORTHBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY



                                           - 11 -
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, SOLEY AS    63-006-935     07/01/1980                    N/A
SUCCESSOR TO NORTHBROOK EXCESS AND
SURPLUS INSURANCE COMPANY, FORMERLY
NORTHBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, SOLEY AS    63-008-120     07/01/1981               1,546,759
SUCCESSOR TO NORTHBROOK EXCESS AND
SURPLUS INSURANCE COMPANY, FORMERLY
NORTHBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, SOLEY AS    63-008-155     07/01/1981               1,351,968
SUCCESSOR TO NORTHBROOK EXCESS AND
SURPLUS INSURANCE COMPANY, FORMERLY
NORTHBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, SOLEY AS    63-008-887     07/01/1982               1,351,968
SUCCESSOR TO NORTHBROOK EXCESS AND
SURPLUS INSURANCE COMPANY, FORMERLY
NORTHBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY

 OLD REPUBLIC INSURANCE COMPANY          OZX-11849     07/01/1981          1,645,139
OLD REPUBLIC INSURANCE COMPANY          OZX-11849      07/01/1981               1,243,750

 RLI INSURANCE COMPANY                   RXU 813559    07/01/1984
                                                                    1,385,417
RLI INSURANCE COMPANY                   RXU 814283     07/01/1985               312,500

 WESTPORT INSURANCE CORPORATION          ML 65 03 60   07/01/1977                   N/A
 (F/K/A PURITAN INSURANCE COMPANY)

WESTPORT INSURANCE CORPORATION (F/K/A   ML 65 04 90    07/01/1978                    N/A
PURITAN INSURANCE COMPANY)
WESTPORT INSURANCE CORPORATION (F/K/A   ML 65 24 09    07/01/1979                    N/A
PURITAN INSURANCE COMPANY)
WESTPORT INSURANCE CORPORATION (F/K/A   ML 65 24 60    07/01/1980                    N/A
PURITAN INSURANCE COMPANY)

  ROYAL & SUNALLIANCEARROWOOD            ED-102386*    07/01/1984          3,077,778
  INDEMNITY COMPANY, AS SUCCESSOR TO
  ROYAL INDEMNITY COMPANY
ROYAL & SUNALLIANCEARROWOOD             ED-102387*     07/01/1984               2,881,019
INDEMNITY COMPANY, AS SUCCESSOR TO
ROYAL INDEMNITY COMPANY

 TRANSPORT INSURANCE COMPANY             TEL 900172    07/01/1977                   N/A
TRANSPORT INSURANCE COMPANY             TEL 00688C     07/01/1983                767,500
TRANSPORT INSURANCE COMPANY             TEL 00688C     07/01/1984                618,750

 THE TRAVELERS INDEMNITY COMPANY         EX 932085     08/22/1961                   N/A
THE TRAVELERS INDEMNITY COMPANY         EX 838482      10/01/1963                    N/A
THE TRAVELERS INDEMNITY COMPANY         EX 2997434     10/01/1963                    N/A
 THE TRAVELERS COMPANIES, AS             04XN15SC      07/01/1969
 SUCCESSOR TOCASUALTY AND SURETY                                    10,000,000
 COMPANY, FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE
 AETNA CASUALTY &AND SURETY COMPANY
THE TRAVELERS COMPANIES, AS SUCCESSOR   04XN143WCA     07/01/1978          9,000,000
TOCASUALTY AND SURETY COMPANY,
FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE AETNA CASUALTY
&AND SURETY COMPANY
THE TRAVELERS COMPANIES, AS SUCCESSOR   04XN166WCA     07/01/1979          9,000,000
TOCASUALTY AND SURETY COMPANY,
FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE AETNA CASUALTY
&AND SURETY COMPANY
THE TRAVELERS COMPANIES, AS SUCCESSOR   04XN167WCA     07/01/1979          1,000,000
TOCASUALTY AND SURETY COMPANY,
FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE AETNA CASUALTY
&AND SURETY COMPANY
THE TRAVELERS COMPANIES, AS SUCCESSOR   04XN181WCA     07/01/1980          9,000,000
TOCASUALTY AND SURETY COMPANY,
FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE AETNA CASUALTY




                                           - 12 -
&AND SURETY COMPANY
THE TRAVELERS COMPANIES, AS SUCCESSOR    04XN182WCA                07/01/1980       1,000,000
TOCASUALTY AND SURETY COMPANY,
FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE AETNA CASUALTY
&AND SURETY COMPANY
THE TRAVELERS COMPANIES, AS SUCCESSOR    04XN183WCA                07/01/1980      15,000,000
TOCASUALTY AND SURETY COMPANY,
FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE AETNA CASUALTY
&AND SURETY COMPANY
THE TRAVELERS COMPANIES, AS SUCCESSOR    04XN203WCA*               07/01/1981       1,000,000
TOCASUALTY AND SURETY COMPANY,
FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE AETNA CASUALTY
&AND SURETY COMPANY
THE TRAVELERS COMPANIES, AS SUCCESSOR    04XN204WCA*               07/01/1981      15,000,000
TOCASUALTY AND SURETY COMPANY,
FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE AETNA CASUALTY
&AND SURETY COMPANY
THE TRAVELERS COMPANIES, AS SUCCESSOR    01XN5285WCA*              07/01/1985       5,000,000
TOCASUALTY AND SURETY COMPANY,
FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE AETNA CASUALTY
&AND SURETY COMPANY
THE TRAVELERS COMPANIES, AS SUCCESSOR    01XN5286WCA*              07/01/1985       5,000,000
TOCASUALTY AND SURETY COMPANY,
FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE AETNA CASUALTY
&AND SURETY COMPANY
THE TRAVELERS COMPANIES, AS SUCCESSOR    01XN5287WCA*              07/01/1985       5,000,000
TOCASUALTY AND SURETY COMPANY,
FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE AETNA CASUALTY
&AND SURETY COMPANY

 ZURICH INTERNATIONAL (BERMUDA) LTD.      ZIB 72,833-85-C          07/01/1985       1,275,000
ZURICH INTERNATIONAL (BERMUDA) LTD.      ZIB 72,834-85-C           07/01/1985          867,824
ZURICH INTERNATIONAL (BERMUDA) LTD.      ZIB 72,835-85-C           07/01/1985          843,229

 ZURICH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY,       87-30-196                07/01/1977            N/A
 AS SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST BY
 OPERATION OF LAW TO ZURICH
 INSURANCE COMPANY (U.S. BRANCH)

ZURICH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY, AS    89-28-382                 07/01/1978              N/A
SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST BY OPERATION OF
LAW TO ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANY (U.S.
BRANCH)
ZURICH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY, AS    89-33-329                 07/01/1979              N/A
SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST BY OPERATION OF
LAW TO ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANY (U.S.
BRANCH)

 UNITED STATES FIRE INSURANCE             XS 2218                  07/24/1970            N/A
 COMPANY

 WALBROOKST. KATHERINE INSURANCE          72/14758/-147583-3       12/01/1972            N/A
 COMPANY LTD.LIMITED/ UNIONAMERICA
 INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.         72/14758/4                12/01/1972               N/A
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.         72/14758/5                12/01/1972               N/A
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.         72/14758/3                09/24/1973               N/A
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.         72/14758/4                09/24/1973               N/A
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.         72/14758/5                09/24/1973               N/A
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.         72/14758/3                07/01/1974               N/A
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.         72/14758/4                07/01/1974               N/A
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.         72/14758/5                07/01/1974               N/A
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.         72/14758/3                07/01/1975               N/A
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.         72/14758/4                07/01/1975               N/A
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.         72/14758/5                07/01/1975               N/A
BERMUDA FIRE & MARINE INS. CO. LTD.     76/14758/6                07/01/1976               N/A
WALBROOKST. KATHERINE INSURANCE           76/14758/672-147583-3 0712/01/19761973           N/A
COMPANY LTD.LIMITED/ UNIONAMERICA




                                            - 13 -
INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED
MUTUAL REINSURANCEST. KATHERINE        76/14758/672-147583-3   07/01/19761974   N/A
INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.LIMITED/
UNIONAMERICA INSURANCE COMPANY
LIMITED
WALBROOKST. KATHERINE INSURANCE        76-1475872-147583-73    07/01/19761975   N/A
COMPANY LTD.LIMITED/ UNIONAMERICA
INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED
MUTUAL REINSURANCEST. KATHERINE        76-14758-76               07/01/1976     N/A
INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.LIMITED/
UNIONAMERICA INSURANCE COMPANY
LIMITED
BERMUDA FIRE & MARINE INSST. CO.       76-14758-7                07/01/1976     N/A
LTD.KATHERINE INSURANCE COMPANY
LIMITED/ UNIONAMERICA INSURANCE
COMPANY LIMITED
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.       76-14758-8                07/01/1976      N/A
MUTUAL REINSURANCE COMPANY LTD.       76-14758-8                07/01/1976      N/A
BERMUDA FIRE & MARINE INS. CO. LTD.   76-14758-8                07/01/1976      N/A
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.       77-14758-11               07/01/1977      N/A
MUTUAL REINSURANCE COMPANY LTD.       77-14758-11               07/01/1977      N/A
BERMUDA FIRE & MARINE INS. CO. LTD.   77-14758-11               07/01/1977      N/A
DART INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.           77-14758-11               07/01/1977      N/A
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.       77-14758-12               07/01/1977      N/A
MUTUAL REINSURANCE COMPANY LTD.       77-14758-12               07/01/1977      N/A
BERMUDA FIRE & MARINE INSST. CO.        77-14758-1211            07/01/1977     N/A
LTD.KATHERINE INSURANCE COMPANY
LIMITED/ UNIONAMERICA INSURANCE
COMPANY LIMITED
DARTST. KATHERINE INSURANCE COMPANY    77-14758-12               07/01/1977     N/A
LTD.LIMITED/ UNIONAMERICA INSURANCE
COMPANY LIMITED
WALBROOKST. KATHERINE INSURANCE        78-14758-14               07/01/1978     N/A
COMPANY LTD.LIMITED/ UNIONAMERICA
INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED
WALBROOKST. KATHERINE INSURANCE        78-14758-1618             07/01/1978     N/A
COMPANY LTD.LIMITED/ UNIONAMERICA
INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED
BERMUDA FIRE & MARINE INSST. CO.       78-14758-1619             07/01/1978     N/A
LTD.KATHERINE INSURANCE COMPANY
LIMITED/ UNIONAMERICA INSURANCE
COMPANY LIMITED
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.       78-14758-19               07/01/1978      N/A
BERMUDA FIRE & MARINE INS. CO. LTD.   78-14758-19               07/01/1978      N/A
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.       78-14758-20               07/01/1978      N/A
WALBROOKST. KATHERINE INSURANCE         79-14758-14              07/01/1979     N/A
COMPANY LTD.LIMITED/ UNIONAMERICA
INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.       78-14758-16               07/01/1979      N/A
BERMUDA FIRE & MARINE INS. CO. LTD.   78-14758-16               07/01/1979      N/A
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.       79-14758-24               07/01/1979      N/A
BERMUDA FIRE & MARINE INS. CO. LTD.   79-14758-24               07/01/1979      N/A
WALBROOKST. KATHERINE INSURANCE         79-14758-2623            07/01/1979     N/A
COMPANY LTD.LIMITED/ UNIONAMERICA
INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED
WALBROOKST. KATHERINE INSURANCE        79-14758-1424           07/01/19801979   N/A
COMPANY LTD.LIMITED/ UNIONAMERICA
INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED
WALBROOKST. KATHERINE INSURANCE        7879-14758-1614           07/01/1980     N/A
COMPANY LTD.LIMITED/ UNIONAMERICA
INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED
BERMUDA FIRE & MARINE INSST. CO.       78-14758-1623             07/01/1980     N/A
LTD.KATHERINE INSURANCE COMPANY
LIMITED/ UNIONAMERICA INSURANCE
COMPANY LIMITED
WALBROOKST. KATHERINE INSURANCE        79-14758-24               07/01/1980     N/A
COMPANY LTD.LIMITED/ UNIONAMERICA
INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED
BERMUDA FIRE & MARINE INS. CO. LTD.   79-14758-24               07/01/1980      N/A
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.       79-14758-26               07/01/1980      N/A



                                          - 14 -
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                           81-14758-29                     07/01/1981           1,306,112
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                           81-14758-30                     07/01/1981             998,960
BERMUDA FIRE & MARINE INS. CO. LTD.                       81-14758-30                     07/01/1981             136,258
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                           81-14758-31                     07/01/1981             275,130
BERMUDA FIRE & MARINE INS. CO. LTD.                       81-14758-31                     07/01/1981              79,202
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                           81-14758-32                     07/01/1981             300,298
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                           81-14758-29                     07/01/1982           1,306,112
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                           81-14758-30                     07/01/1982           1,122,619
BERMUDA FIRE & MARINE INSST. CO.                            81-14758-30                    07/01/1982    136,258101,363
LTD.KATHERINE INSURANCE COMPANY
LIMITED/ UNIONAMERICA INSURANCE
COMPANY LIMITED
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                           81-14758-31                     07/01/1982            332,054
BERMUDA FIRE & MARINE INS. CO. LTD.                       81-14758-31                     07/01/1982             79,202
WALBROOKST. KATHERINE INSURANCE                             82-14758-3537                  07/01/1982    355,177435,104
COMPANY LTD.LIMITED/ UNIONAMERICA
INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED
WALBROOKST. KATHERINE INSURANCE                             81-14758-29                   07/01/1983    1,306,112101,363
COMPANY LTD.LIMITED/ UNIONAMERICA
INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                           81-14758-30                     07/01/1983           1,122,619
BERMUDA FIRE & MARINE INS. CO. LTD.                       81-14758-30                     07/01/1983             136,258
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                           81-14758-31                     07/01/1983             332,054
BERMUDA FIRE & MARINE INS. CO. LTD.                       81-14758-31                     07/01/1983              79,202
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                           83-14758-38                     07/01/1983             591,719
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                           84-14758-39                     07/01/1984           1,306,112
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                           84-14758-41                     07/01/1984             454,459
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                           84-14758-39                     07/01/1985           1,306,112
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                           85-14758-43                     07/01/1985             255,822
DART & KRAFT INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                       85-14758-43                     07/01/1985             161,959
LOUISVILLE INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                         85-14758-43                     07/01/1985              73,618
EL PASO INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                            85-14758-43                     07/01/1985              83,188
MUTUAL REINSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                           85-14758-43                     07/01/1985              75,090
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                           85-14758-44                     07/01/1985             483,678
DART & KRAFT INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                       85-14758-44                     07/01/1985             306,213
LOUISVILLE INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                         85-14758-44                     07/01/1985             139,188
EL PASO INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                            85-14758-44                     07/01/1985             157,282
MUTUAL REINSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                           85-14758-44                     07/01/1985             141,972
WALBROOK INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                           85-14758-45                     07/01/1985             395,732
DART & KRAFT INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                       85-14758-45                     07/01/1985             250,535
LOUISVILLE INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                         85-14758-45                     07/01/1985             113,880
EL PASO INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                            85-14758-45                     07/01/1985             128,684
MUTUAL REINSURANCE COMPANY LTD.                           85-14758-45                     07/01/1985             116,157


  * Denotes policies with single aggregate limits for all coverages provided, including
  without limitation products/completed operations coverage. This agreement on
  aggregates applies for all purposes and to all claims, and not just for purposes of
this Agreement and Asbestos Claims. The absence of an asterisk (*) shall not be
   taken as agreement that a policy does not have a single aggregate limit for all
  coverages provided.




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                                        SCHEDULE C

 TO THE TRUST FUNDING AGREEMENT IN CONNECTION WITH THE PITTSBURGH
      CORNING CORPORATION PLAN OF REORGANIZATION, AMONG PPG
  INDUSTRIES, INC., ITS PARTICIPATING INSURERS, THE OFFICIAL COMMITTEE
 OF UNSECURED ASBESTOS CREDITORS, AND LAWRENCE FITZPATRICK, LEGAL
                 REPRESENTATIVE FOR FUTURE CLAIMANTS

 Column 1                                                  Column 2     Column 3
                                                                        Inception
 Participating Other Primary Insurers                      Policy No.     Date


 FIDELITY & CASUALTY COMPANY OF NEW YORK                   P227250      04/01/1940
FIDELITY & CASUALTY COMPANY OF NEW YORK                   P228744       06/01/1941
FIDELITY & CASUALTY COMPANY OF NEW YORK                   XP 9570       06/01/1942
FIDELITY & CASUALTY COMPANY OF NEW YORK                   XP 9522       06/01/1943
FIDELITY & CASUALTY COMPANY OF NEW YORK                   XP 20566      06/01/1944
FIDELITY & CASUALTY COMPANY OF NEW YORK                   XP 20675      06/01/1945
FIDELITY & CASUALTY COMPANY OF NEW YORK                   XP 25934      07/01/1948
FIDELITY & CASUALTY COMPANY OF NEW YORK                   SPL 31818     07/14/1951
FIDELITY & CASUALTY COMPANY OF NEW YORK                   XP 85560      07/01/1951
FIDELITY & CASUALTY COMPANY OF NEW YORK                   XP 89611      07/01/1954
FIDELITY & CASUALTY COMPANY OF NEW YORK                   XP 89491      07/01/1954
FIDELITY & CASUALTY COMPANY OF NEW YORK                   XP 251357     07/01/1957
FIDELITY & CASUALTY COMPANY OF NEW YORK                   XP-251356     07/01/1957
FIDELITY & CASUALTY COMPANY OF NEW YORK                   XP-329205     07/01/1960

 CENTURY INDEMNITY AS SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE, AS       MP 18613     07/09/1941
 SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
 AND AS SUCCESSOR TO INDEMNITY COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA

CENTURY INDEMNITY AS SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE, AS       LB 2134       07/09/1942
SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
AND AS SUCCESSOR TO INDEMNITY COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY AS SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE, AS       LB 2400       03/25/1943
SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
AND AS SUCCESSOR TO INDEMNITY COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY AS SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE, AS       LB 5456       12/01/1944
SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
AND AS SUCCESSOR TO INDEMNITY COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY AS SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE, AS       LB 3247       08/10/1945
SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
AND AS SUCCESSOR TO INDEMNITY COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY AS SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE, AS       LB 3214       07/09/1945
SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
AND AS SUCCESSOR TO INDEMNITY COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY AS SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE, AS       LB 5481       03/25/1946
SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
AND AS SUCCESSOR TO INDEMNITY COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY AS SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE, AS       LB 7068       12/01/1947
SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
AND AS SUCCESSOR TO INDEMNITY COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY AS SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE, AS       LB 9710       10/09/1948
SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
AND AS SUCCESSOR TO INDEMNITY COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY AS SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE, AS       LB 9761       10/09/1949
SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
AND AS SUCCESSOR TO INDEMNITY COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY AS SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE, AS       LB 11988      12/01/1950
SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
AND AS SUCCESSOR TO INDEMNITY COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY AS SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE, AS       SRL 813       01/01/1953
SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
AND AS SUCCESSOR TO INDEMNITY COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY AS SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE, AS       SRL 818       01/01/1954



PI-2135289 v12
SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
AND AS SUCCESSOR TO INDEMNITY COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY AS SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE, AS           CLP 8114           04/12/1954
SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
AND AS SUCCESSOR TO INDEMNITY COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY AS SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE, AS           SRL 821            01/01/1955
SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
AND AS SUCCESSOR TO INDEMNITY COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY AS SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE, AS           9 CLP 8197         04/12/1955
SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
AND AS SUCCESSOR TO INDEMNITY COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY AS SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE, AS           9 CLP 26606        04/12/1956
SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
AND AS SUCCESSOR TO INDEMNITY COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY AS SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE, AS           9 CLP 27637        04/12/1957
SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
AND AS SUCCESSOR TO INDEMNITY COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY AS SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE, AS           XLP 2901           01/01/1958
SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
AND AS SUCCESSOR TO INDEMNITY COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY AS SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE, AS           9 CLP 27799        04/12/1958
SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
AND AS SUCCESSOR TO INDEMNITY COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY AS SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE, AS           9 CLP 53401        04/12/1960
SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
AND AS SUCCESSOR TO INDEMNITY COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY AS SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE, AS           CLP 73070          04/12/1961
SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
AND AS SUCCESSOR TO INDEMNITY COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY AS SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE, AS           CLP 74803          04/01/1940
SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
AND AS SUCCESSOR TO INDEMNITY COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA
CENTURY INDEMNITY AS SUCCESSOR TO CCI INSURANCE, AS           45HF1103           08/04/1961
SUCCESSOR TO INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
AND AS SUCCESSOR TO INDEMNITY COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA

ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANY                                      CG 8604618         03/01/1955
ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANY                                      CG 8908210         07/01/1957
ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANY                                      CG 8262767         07/01/1960


                                        SCHEDULE C

 TO THE TRUST FUNDING AGREEMENT IN CONNECTION WITH THE PITTSBURGH
      CORNING CORPORATION PLAN OF REORGANIZATION, AMONG PPG
  INDUSTRIES, INC., ITS PARTICIPATING INSURERS, THE OFFICIAL COMMITTEE
 OF UNSECURED ASBESTOS CREDITORS, AND LAWRENCE FITZPATRICK, LEGAL
                 REPRESENTATIVE FOR FUTURE CLAIMANTS

 Column 1                                        Column 2                     Column 3
 Participating Other Primary Insurers            Policy No.                 Inception Date


 ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANY                        CG 8604618                  03/01/1955
ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANY                        CG 8908210                   07/01/1957
ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANY                        CG 8262767                   07/01/1960




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                                   SCHEDULE D

 TO THE TRUST FUNDING AGREEMENT IN CONNECTION WITH THE PITTSBURGH
      CORNING CORPORATION PLAN OF REORGANIZATION, AMONG PPG
  INDUSTRIES, INC., ITS PARTICIPATING INSURERS, THE OFFICIAL COMMITTEE
    OF UNSECURED ASBESTOS CREDITORS, AND LAWRENCE FITZPATRICK,
            LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR FUTURE CLAIMANTS

 Column 1                                Column 2             Column 3

 Travelers & Hartford Primary            Policy Nos.        Inception Date


 The Travelers Indemnity Company         DE 7360894          04/01/1932
The Travelers Indemnity Company         HP 7539353           06/23/1932
The Travelers Indemnity Company         DE 7650420           04/01/1933
The Travelers Indemnity Company         SLG 488205           01/29/1942
The Travelers Indemnity Company         RSLG 1191600         06/28/1943
The Travelers Indemnity Company         SLG 1319076          06/28/1943
The Travelers Indemnity Company         RSLG 1377145         06/28/1944
The Travelers Indemnity Company         SLG 1377147          06/28/1944
The Travelers Indemnity Company         RSLG 1665451         06/28/1945
The Travelers Indemnity Company         RSLG 1665449         06/28/1945
The Travelers Indemnity Company         RSLG 1910916         06/28/1946
The Travelers Indemnity Company         RSLG 1910914         06/28/1946
The Travelers Indemnity Company         DP 2280594           04/24/1947
The Travelers Indemnity Company         RSLG 2375372         06/28/1947
The Travelers Indemnity Company         RSLG 2375371         06/28/1947
The Travelers Indemnity Company         DP 2681432           04/24/1948
The Travelers Indemnity Company         SL 2531629           06/12/1948
The Travelers Indemnity Company         RSLG 2750954         06/28/1948
The Travelers Indemnity Company         DP 346161            04/24/1949
The Travelers Indemnity Company         SL 233548            06/12/1949
The Travelers Indemnity Company         RSLG 376172          06/28/1949
The Travelers Indemnity Company         DP 1125394           04/24/1950
The Travelers Indemnity Company         SL 660835            06/12/1950
The Travelers Indemnity Company         RSLG 1133775         06/28/1950
The Travelers Indemnity Company         DP 1856534           04/24/1951
The Travelers Indemnity Company         SL 1743641           06/12/1951
The Travelers Indemnity Company         RSLG 1856224         06/28/1951
The Travelers Indemnity Company         DP 3645242           04/24/1954
The Travelers Indemnity Company         SLG 3932059          11/12/1954
The Travelers Indemnity Company         DP 4865458           04/24/1955
The Travelers Indemnity Company         SLG 5252235252823    10/25/1955
The Travelers Indemnity Company         SLG 5252824          10/25/1955
The Travelers Indemnity Company         SLG 5252825          10/25/1955
The Travelers Indemnity Company         SLG 5255287          11/12/1955
The Travelers Indemnity Company         DP 5730232           04/24/1956
The Travelers Indemnity Company         DP 6492386           04/24/1957
The Travelers Indemnity Company         RSLG 9320420         07/01/1961
The Travelers Indemnity Company         RSLG 9320418         07/01/1961
The Travelers Indemnity Company         RSLG 9322464         07/01/1962
The Travelers Indemnity Company         RSLG 9322936         07/01/1962
The Travelers Indemnity Company         RNSL 535824          07/01/1963
The Travelers Indemnity Company         RKSLG 819585         07/01/1963
The Travelers Indemnity Company         RKSLG 1753723        07/01/1964
The Travelers Indemnity Company         RKSLG 1902004        07/01/1964
The Travelers Indemnity Company         RKSLG 2194869        07/01/1965
The Travelers Indemnity Company         RKSLG 2194870        07/01/1965
The Travelers Indemnity Company         TRKSLG 904502-66     07/01/1966
The Travelers Indemnity Company         TRKSLG 904500-66     07/01/1966
The Travelers Indemnity Company         TRKSLG 904500-67     07/01/1967
The Travelers Indemnity Company         TRKSLG 904502-67     07/01/1967
The Travelers Indemnity Company         TRKSLG 904500-68     07/01/1968
The Travelers Indemnity Company         TRKSLG 904502-68     07/01/1968




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                                                        03 AL 115570-SR(Y)   07/01/1969

 Travelers Casualty and Surety Company (successor in
 interest to The Aetna Casualty &and Surety Company)

Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             PL 217085             03/29/1940
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             CHA 244               11/01/1940
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             CHA 413               11/01/1944
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             SP 3735               11/01/1945
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             CBP 46731             07/01/1952
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             CBP 69171             07/01/1953
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             40 C 400660           07/01/1956
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             40 C 403756           07/01/1959
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             40 C 405100           07/01/1960
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             40 CD 13300E          07/01/1971
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             21 CD 13301 E         04/23/1973
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             40 CD 13346 E         07/01/1973
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             21 CD 13365W          07/01/1974
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             40 CD 13363 E         07/01/1974
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             40 C D13364W          07/01/1974
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             40 CG 17404W          07/01/1975
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             21 CG 17405W          07/01/1975
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             40 C G17405W          07/01/1975
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             40 CG 17437W          07/01/1976
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             40 CG 17435E          07/01/1976
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             21 CG 17436W          07/01/1976
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             21 JPRG17465W         07/01/1977
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             40 JPRG 17463 W       07/01/1977
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             40 CG 17466E          07/01/1977
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             21 CG 17467W          07/01/1977
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             40 MNSG 17470         07/01/1977
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company             40 JPR G17437         07/01/1977
 Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               40 JPR G17646        07/01/1977
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               21 C G17472           09/23/1977
 Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               40 JP H16130         11/01/1977
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               40 CP 10200E          07/01/1978
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               40 MNSH 16133         07/01/1978
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               21 CP 10202W          07/01/1978
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               40 JPR P10201         07/01/1978
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               21 JPR P10203W        07/01/1978
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               21 C H16134           09/23/1978
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               40 CP 10204E          07/01/1979
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               21 CP 10206W          07/01/1979
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               40 JPR P10205         07/01/1979
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               21 JPR P10207         07/01/1979
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               40 JPR P10208E        07/01/1979
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               40 CP 10209W          07/01/1980
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               21 CP 10211W          07/01/1980
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               40 JPR P10210         07/01/1980
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               40 JPR P10212         07/01/1980
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               21 JPR P10212W        07/01/1980
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               21JPRP10216W          07/01/1981
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               40 CP 10213E          07/01/1981
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               21 CP 10215W          07/01/1981
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               40 C J11001           07/01/1981
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               40 JPR P10214         07/01/1981
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               40 CLRP 10217E        07/01/1982
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               21 CLRP 10219W        07/01/1982
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               21 CLR P16315W        07/01/1982
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               40 JPR P10218         07/01/1982
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               21 JPR P10220W        07/01/1982
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               40 C J11007           07/01/1982
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               40 CLRP 10221E        07/01/1983
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               21 CLRP 10223W        07/01/1983
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               40 JPR P10222         07/01/1983
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               40 JPR P10224         07/01/1983
Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company               21 JPR P10224         07/01/1983




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Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   40JPRP10226E      07/01/1984
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   40 CLRP 10225 E   07/01/1984
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   21 CLRP 10227W    07/01/1984
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   21 JPR P10228W    07/01/1984
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   40 C J11017       07/01/1984
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   40 CLRP 10232E    07/01/1985
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   21 CLR P10234W    07/01/1985
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   40 JPR P10233E    07/01/1985
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   40 JPR P10234E    07/01/1985
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   21 JPR P10235     07/01/1985
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   40 JSE J11031 E   07/01/1986
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   40 CSE J11030 E   07/01/1986
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   21 CSE J11032E    07/01/1986
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   21 CSE J11033E    07/01/1986
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   40 CSE J11037 E   07/01/1987
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   40 JSE 11038 E    07/01/1987
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   40 CSE J11044 E   07/01/1987
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   21 CSE J11035E    07/01/1987
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   21 JSE J11036E    07/01/1987
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   40 CSE J11040     07/01/1988
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   21 CSE J11042E    07/01/1988
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   21 JSE J11043E    07/01/1988
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   40 JSE J11045E    07/01/1988
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   40 JSE J11052 E   07/01/1989
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   40 CSE J11051 E   07/01/1989
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   21 CSE J11049E    07/01/1989
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   21 JSE J11050E    07/01/1989
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   40 JSE J11060 E   07/01/1990
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   40 CSE J11059 E   07/01/1990
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   21 CSE J110057E   07/01/1990
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   21 JSE J11058E    07/01/1990
Hartford   Accident &and Indemnity Company   40 CSE J11063E    07/01/1990




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                                          SCHEDULE E

 TO THE TRUST FUNDING AGREEMENT IN CONNECTION WITH THE PITTSBURGH
      CORNING CORPORATION PLAN OF REORGANIZATION, AMONG PPG
  INDUSTRIES, INC., ITS PARTICIPATING INSURERS, THE OFFICIAL COMMITTEE
    OF UNSECURED ASBESTOS CREDITORS, AND LAWRENCE FITZPATRICK,
            LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR FUTURE CLAIMANTS

 Column 1                                         Column 2             Column 3
 Non-Participating Insurers                       Policy Nos.        Inception Date


 Argonaut Insurance Company                       XL-86-307-005085   202/11/1974


 Bellefonte Insurance Company                     XL 400388          909/24/1973


 Employers Commercial Union                       EP-8056-005        707/24/1970


 Employers Mutual Casualty Company                MMO-70385          707/101/1978
Employers Mutual Casualty Company                MMO-70907           707/101/1979
Employers Mutual Casualty Company                MMO-71430           707/101/1980

Excess Insurance Company                         EL 10293            707/101/1979
Excess Insurance Company                         EL 10337            808/15/1979
Excess Insurance Company                         EL 10454            707/101/1980
Excess Insurance Company                         EL 10455            707/101/1980


 Gibraltar Casualty Company                       GMX 00670          707/101/1980
Gibraltar Casualty Company                       GMX 00671           707/101/1980
Gibraltar Casualty Company                       GMX 00672           707/101/1980
Gibraltar Casualty Company                       GMX 01276           707/101/1981
Gibraltar Casualty Company                       GMX 01277           707/101/1981
Gibraltar Casualty Company                       GMX 01278           707/101/1981
Gibraltar Casualty Company                       GMX 01794           707/101/1982
Gibraltar Casualty Company                       GMX 01795           707/101/1982
Gibraltar Casualty Company                       GMX 01796           707/101/1982
Gibraltar Casualty Company                       GMX 02311           707/101/1983
Gibraltar Casualty Company                       GMX 02312           707/101/1983
Gibraltar Casualty Company                       GMX 02313           707/101/1983
Gibraltar Casualty Company                       GMX 02677           707/101/1984
Gibraltar Casualty Company                       GMX 02678           707/101/1984


 Great Southwest Fire Insurance Company           XL 13782           707/101/1983


 GEICO                                            GXU 30042          707/101/1981
GEICO                                            GXU 30162           707/101/1982
GEICO                                            GXU 30281           707/101/1983

Highlands Insurance Company                      SR 10422            202/11/1974

National Casualty Company                        XU 000047           707/101/1983
National Casualty Company                        XU 000100           707/101/1984
National Casualty Company                        XU 000353           606/30/1985


 North Star Reinsurance Corporation               NSX 10945           12/101/1972
North Star Reinsurance Corporation               NSX 15358           707/101/1977




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 Prudential Reinsurance Company                              DXC DX 0262   707/101/1977
Prudential Reinsurance Company                              DXC DX 0263    707/101/1977
Prudential Reinsurance Company                              DXC DX 0269    707/101/1977
Prudential Reinsurance Company                              DXC DX 1015    707/101/1978
Prudential Reinsurance Company                              DXC DX 1016    707/101/1978
Prudential Reinsurance Company                              DXC DX 1017    707/101/1978
Prudential Reinsurance Company                              DXC DX 1504    707/101/1979
Prudential Reinsurance Company                              DXC DX 1505    707/101/1979
Prudential Reinsurance Company                              DXC DX 1506    707/101/1979

Safety Mutual Casualty Corporation                          UF 1094 PA     707/101/1984


 Stonewall Insurance Company                                 12113         909/24/1973
Stonewall Insurance Company                                 36000098       909/24/1976

Fidelity & Casualty Company of New York                     P227250         04/01/1940
Fidelity & Casualty Company of New York                     P228744         06/01/1941
Fidelity & Casualty Company of New York                     XP 9570         06/01/1942
Fidelity & Casualty Company of New York                     XP 9522         06/01/1943
Fidelity & Casualty Company of New York                     XP 20566        06/01/1944
Fidelity & Casualty Company of New York                     XP 20675        06/01/1945
Fidelity & Casualty Company of New York                     XP 25934        07/01/1948
Fidelity & Casualty Company of New York                     SPL 31818       07/14/1951
Fidelity & Casualty Company of New York                     XP 85560        07/01/1951
Fidelity & Casualty Company of New York                     XP 89611        07/01/1954
Fidelity & Casualty Company of New York                     XP 89491        07/01/1954
Fidelity & Casualty Company of New York                     XP 251357       07/01/1957
Fidelity & Casualty Company of New York                     XP-251356       07/01/1957
Fidelity & Casualty Company of New York                     XP-329205       07/01/1960

 Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
 Companies (see Notes below)                                 70 14758 1    707/24/1970
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                 70 14758 2     707/24/1970
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                 72 14758 3     12/101/1972
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                 72 14758 4     12/101/1972
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                 72 14758 5     12/101/1972
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                 76 14758 6     707/101/1976
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                 76 14758 7     707/101/1976
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                 76 14758 8     707/101/1976
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London                     77 14758 10    202/18/1977
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                 77 14758 11    707/101/1977
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                 77 14758 12    707/101/1977
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                 77 14758 13    707/101/1977
Certain London Companies (see Notes below)                  78 14758 14    707/101/1978
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                 78 14758 15    707/101/1978
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                 78 14758 16    707/101/1978
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                 78 14758 17    707/101/1978
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                 78 14758 18    707/101/1978
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                 78 14758 19    707/101/1978
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                 78 14758 20    707/101/1978
Certain London Companies (see Notes below)                  78 14758 21    10/101/1978




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Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                  78 14758 22     707/101/1978
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                  79 14758 23     707/101/1979
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                  79 14758 24     707/101/1979
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                  79 14758 25     707/101/1979
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                  79 14758 26     707/101/1979
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                  79 14758 27     808/15/1979
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                  80 14758 28     707/101/1980
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                  81 14758 29     707/101/1981
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                  81 14758 30     707/101/1981
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                  81 14758 31     707/101/1981
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                  81 14758 32     707/101/1981
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                  81 14758 33     707/101/1981
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                  81 14758 34     707/101/1981
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                  82 14758 35     707/101/1982
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                  82 14758 36     707/101/1982
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                  82 14758 37     707/101/1982
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                  83 14758 38     707/101/1983
Certain London Companies (see Notes below)                   84 14758 39     707/101/1984
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                  84 14758 40     707/101/1984
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                  84 14758 41     707/101/1984
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London                      84 14758 42     707/101/1984
Certain London Companies (see Notes below)                   85 14758 43     707/101/1985
Certain London Companies (see Notes below)                   85 14758 44     707/101/1985
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                  85 14758 45     707/101/1985
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London & Certain London
Companies (see Notes below)                                  85 14758 46     707/101/1985
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London                      85 14758 47     707/101/1985

 Notes: 1. Not included in the assignment of rights under
 the London coverage are rights against Bellefonte
 Insurance Company, CNA Re (a CNA company), the
 KWELMB Companies (Kingscroft Insurance Company
 Limited (formerly Dart Insurance Company Limited, Dart
 and Kraft Insurance Company Limited, and Kraft Insurance
 Company Limited), Walbrook Insurance Company Limited,
 El Paso Insurance Company Limited, Lime Street
 Insurance Company Limited (formerly Louisville Insurance
 Company Limited), and Mutual Reinsurance Company
 Limited, and The Bermuda Fire & MarineWestchester Fire
 Insurance Company Limited, In Liquidation), and the
 following AIG group companies (Lexington Insurance
 Company and New Hampshire Insurance Company) in
 connection with policiesas to which those companies
 subscribed.the Listed Policy Issued by United States Fire
 Insurance Company                                            520 273810 8    07/01/1977
 2. The assignment includes rights under the policies set
 forth above against the following London Companies
 subscribingWestchester Fire Insurance Company as to
 such policies: the Listed Policy Issued by United States     520 020641 7    07/01/1977




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 Fire Insurance Company



 Westchester Fire Insurance Company as to the Listed
 Policy Issued by United States Fire Insurance Company

                                                            522 054750 6    07/01/1985

 Century Indemnity Company as Successor to CCI
 Insurance Company, as Successor to Cigna Specialty
 Insurance Company (formerly known as California Union
 Insurance Company)
                                                             ZCX 00 17 16   07/01/1977
Century Indemnity Company as Successor to CCI Insurance
Company, as Successor to Cigna Specialty Insurance
Company (formerly known as California Union Insurance
Company)                                                    ZCX 00 32 38    07/01/1978
Century Indemnity Company as Successor to CCI Insurance
Company, as Successor to Cigna Specialty Insurance
Company (formerly known as California Union Insurance
Company)                                                    ZCX 00 37 47    07/01/1979
Century Indemnity Company as Successor to CCI Insurance
Company, as Successor to Cigna Specialty Insurance
Company (formerly known as California Union Insurance
Company)                                                    ZCX 00 41 30    07/01/1980
Century Indemnity Company as Successor to CCI Insurance
Company, as Successor to Cigna Specialty Insurance
Company (formerly known as California Union Insurance
Company)                                                    ZCX 00 41 70    07/01/1980
Century Indemnity Company as Successor to CCI Insurance
Company, as Successor to Cigna Specialty Insurance
Company (formerly known as California Union Insurance
Company)                                                    ZCX 00 45 29    07/01/1981
Century Indemnity Company as Successor to CCI Insurance
Company, as Successor to Cigna Specialty Insurance
Company (formerly known as California Union Insurance
Company)                                                    ZCX 00 45 30    07/01/1981
Century Indemnity Company as Successor to CCI Insurance
Company, as Successor to Cigna Specialty Insurance
Company (formerly known as California Union Insurance
Company)                                                    ZCX 00 62 90    07/01/1982
Century Indemnity Company as Successor to CCI Insurance
Company, as Successor to Cigna Specialty Insurance
Company (formerly known as California Union Insurance
Company)                                                    ZCX 00 62 91    07/01/1982
Century Indemnity Company as Successor to CCI Insurance
Company, as Successor to Cigna Specialty Insurance
Company (formerly known as California Union Insurance
Company)                                                    ZCX 00 62 92    07/01/1982
Century Indemnity Company as Successor to CCI Insurance
Company, as Successor to Cigna Specialty Insurance
Company (formerly known as California Union Insurance
Company)                                                    ZCX 00 66 42    07/01/1983
Century Indemnity Company as Successor to CCI Insurance
Company, as Successor to Cigna Specialty Insurance
Company (formerly known as California Union Insurance
Company)                                                    ZCX 00 66 43    07/01/1983
Accident & CasualtyCentury Indemnity Company as
Successor to CCI Insurance Company of Winterthur , as
Successor to Cigna Specialty Insurance Company (formerly
known as California Union Insurance Company)                ZCX 00 66 44    07/01/1983
Allianz InternationalCentury Indemnity Company as Successor
to CCI Insurance Company, Ltd. as Successor to Cigna
Specialty Insurance Company (formerly known as California
Union Insurance Company)                                    ZCX 00 72 19    07/01/1984
Argonaut NorthwestCentury Indemnity Company as Successor
to CCI Insurance Company , as Successor to Cigna Specialty
Insurance Company (formerly known as California Union       ZCX 00 72 20    07/01/1984




                                                          -4-
Insurance Company)
Assicurazioni Generali S.p.A. Century Indemnity Company as
Successor to CCI Insurance Company, as Successor to Cigna
Specialty Insurance Company (formerly known as California
Union Insurance Company)                                   ZCX 00 81 66     07/01/1985
Assicurazioni Generali T.S. Century Indemnity Company as
Successor to CCI Insurance Company, as Successor to Cigna
Specialty Insurance Company (formerly known as California
Union Insurance Company)                                   ZCX 00 81 67     07/01/1985
Compagnie d'Assurances Maritimes Aeriennes et Terrestres
(CAMATCentury Indemnity Company as Successor to CCI
Insurance Company, as Successor to Cigna Specialty
Insurance Company (formerly known as California Union
Insurance Company)                                         ZCX 00 81 68     07/01/1985
 Compagnie Europeene D'Assurances Industrielles SA
 DELVAGCentury Indemnity Company as Successor to CCI
 Insurance Company, as Successor to Insurance Company
 of North America
                                                           XCP 14375        08/15/1979
The DominionCentury Indemnity Company as Successor to
CCI Insurance Company, Ltd.as Successor to Insurance
Company of North America                                  XCP 14377         07/01/1980
Eisen Und StahlCentury Indemnity Company as Successor to
CCI Insurance Company, as Successor to Insurance Company
of North America                                          XCP 144142        07/01/1981
ExcessCentury Indemnity Company as Successor to CCI
Insurance Company, Ltd.as Successor to Insurance Company
of North America                                          XCP 144630        07/01/1982
Folksam InternationalCentury Indemnity Company as
Successor to CCI Insurance Company (U.K.), Ltd.as
Successor to Insurance Company of North America           XCP 145123        07/01/1983
HeddingtonCentury Indemnity Company as Successor to CCI
Insurance (UK) Ltd.Company, as Successor to Insurance
Company of North America                                  XCP 156072        07/01/1984
  Helvetia Accident Swiss Insurance Company, Ltd. (Gibbon
  NM Group)
  HighlandsPacific Employers Insurance Company             XCC 00 24 10     07/01/1984
INSCO, Ltd.
La Preservatrice
L'Union Atlantique S.A. d'Assurances
London and Edinburgh General Insurance Company, Ltd.
Ludgate Insurance Company, Ltd.
New London Reinsurance Company, Ltd.
Reaseguradora Nacional de Venezuela
St. Katherine Insurance Company, Ltd.
Stronghold Insurance Company, Ltd.
StorebrandPacific Employers Insurance Company (UK) Ltd. XCC 00 24 13        07/01/1984
Taisho Marine & Fire Insurance Company (UK) Ltd.
Terra Nova Insurance Company, Ltd.
Tokio Marine & Fire Insurance Company (UK), Ltd.
Turegum Insurance Company, Ltd.
Unionamerica Insurance Company, Ltd.
Winterthur SwissPacific Employers Insurance Company       XCC 00 24 30      07/01/1985
Yasuda Fire & Marine Insurance Company (UK) Ltd.

 Westchester Fire Insurance Company as to the Listed
 Policy Issued by International Insurance Company

                                                              522 0357741   07/01/1984
Westchester Fire Insurance Company as to the Listed Policy
Issued by International Insurance Company                    522 0357759    07/01/1984
Westchester Fire Insurance Company as to the Listed Policy
Issued by International Insurance Company                    522 0547515    07/01/1985

Notes:




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1. The coverage subscribed to by CNA Re (a CNA company), AIG group companies Lexington Insurance
Company and New Hampshire Insurance Company and Travelers companies St. Katherine Insurance
Company Limited and Unionmerica Insurance Company Limited noted on Schedule B are expressly excluded
from this Schedule E.

2. The insolvent London Market companies identified on Schedule K are expressly excluded from this
Schedule E.




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                                           SCHEDULE F

    TO THE TRUST FUNDING AGREEMENT IN CONNECTION WITH THE PITTSBURGH
  CORNING CORPORATION PLAN OF REORGANIZATION, AMONG PPG INDUSTRIES,
   INC., ITS PARTICIPATING INSURERS, THE OFFICIAL COMMITTEE OF UNSECURED
  ASBESTOS CREDITORS, AND LAWRENCE FITZPATRICK, LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE
                             FOR FUTURE CLAIMANTS

 Entity                                            Contact Information

 PPG Industries, Inc.                              James C. Diggs, Esq.
                                                   Senior Vice President and General Counsel
                                                   David C. Gallagher, Esq.
                                                   Senior Counsel
                                                   PPG Industries, Inc.
                                                   One PPG Place, 39th Floor
                                                   Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15272
                                                   &
                                                   Peter J. Kalis, Esq.
                                                   Donald E. Seymour, Esq.
                                                   David F. McGonigle, Esq.
                                                   Kirkpatrick & LockhartK&L Gates LLP
                                                   Henry W. Oliver Building
                                                   535 Smithfield Street
                                                   Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222-2312




 Hartford Accident and Indemnity Company           Frederick W. Zwick
                                                   AVP, CaLMSAssistant Vice President
                                                   Complex Claims Group
                                                   The Hartford
                                                   Hartford Plaza T-6
                                                   690 Asylum Avenue
                                                   Hartford, CT 06115
                                                   (860) 547-8666 (tel.)
                                                   (860) 547-8650 (facs.)
                                                   fred.zwick@thehartford.com
                                                   &
                                                   William J. Bowman, Esq.
                                                   Hogan & Hartson, LLP
                                                   555 13th Street, N.W.
                                                   Washington, DC 20006
                                                   (202) 637-6434 (tel.)
                                                   (202) 637-5910 (facs.)
                                                   wjbowman@hhlaw.com




PI-2135311 v12
The Travelers Indemnity Company, The Travelers Insurance       General Counsel --Environmental Litigation
Company, and Travelers Casualty and Surety Company and         Travelers Property & Casualty Corporation
Unionamerica Insurance Company Limited, for itself and as      One Tower Square; 8FP
successor-in-interest to St. Paul Travelers Insurance          Hartford, Ct 06183
Company Limited (formerly known as St. Katherine Insurance     (860) 277-0189 (facs.)
Company Limited)                                               &
                                                               Robert CusumanoGoodman, Esq.
                                                               Debevoise & Plimpton LLP
                                                               919 Third Avenue
                                                               New York, New York 10022
                                                               (212) 909-6890 (tel.)
                                                               (212) 909-6836 (facs.)




Riunione Adriatica di Sicurta                                  Jeffrey Hayes
                                                               Fireman's Fund Insurance Company
                                                               777 San Marin Drive
                                                               Novat, CA 94998
                                                               (415) 899-3695 (tel.)
                                                               (415) 899-3663 (facs.)
                                                               jhayes@ffic.com
                                                               &
                                                               Jeffrey Kaufman
                                                               Kaufman & Logan LLP
                                                               100 Spear Street, 12th Floor
                                                               San Francisco, CA 94105
                                                               (415) 247-8300 (tel.)
                                                               (415) 247-8310 (facs.)




Westchester Fire Insurance Company as to certain policies       John F. Glowacki, Jr.
issued by International Insurance Company and United States     Assistant Vice President
Fire Insurance Company                                          Resolute Management, Inc. Mid-Atlantic Division
                                                                Two Liberty Place--15A
                                                                P.O. Box 41484
                                                                (1601 Chestnut Street)
                                                                Philadelphia, PA 19101-1484
                                                                (215) 640-4546 (tel.)
                                                                (215) 640-5539 (facs.)
                                                                &
                                                                Connie O'Mara
                                                                President Brandywine Division, ACE USA
                                                                Two Liberty Place
                                                                1601 Chestnut Street
                                                                Philadelphia, PA 19105
                                                                &
                                                                Richard M. Shusterman, Esq.
                                                                White and Williams LLP
                                                                1800 One Liberty Place
                                                                Philadelphia, PA 19103




                                                             -2-
 Century Indemnity Company as successor to Cigna Specialty      John F. Glowacki, Jr.
 Insurance Company (formerly known as California Union          Assistant Vice President
 Insurance Company)                                             Resolute Management, Inc. Mid-Atlantic Division
                                                                Two Liberty Place--15A
                                                                P.O. Box 41484
                                                                (1601 Chestnut Street)
                                                                Philadelphia, PA 19101-1484
                                                                (215) 640-4546 (tel.)
                                                                (215) 640-5539 (facs.)
                                                                &
                                                                Connie O'Mara
                                                                President Brandywine Division, ACE USA
                                                                Two Liberty Place
                                                                1601 Chestnut Street
                                                                Philadelphia, PA 19105
                                                                &
                                                                Richard M. Shusterman, Esq.
                                                                White and Williams LLP
                                                                1800 One Liberty Place
                                                                Philadelphia, PA 19103




 Century Indemnity Company as successor to CCI Insurance        John F. Glowacki, Jr.
 Company, as successor to Insurance Company of North            Assistant Vice President
 America and Indemnity Insurance Company of North America       Resolute Management, Inc. Mid-Atlantic Division
                                                                Two Liberty Place--15A
                                                                P.O. Box 41484
                                                                (1601 Chestnut Street)
                                                                Philadelphia, PA 19101-1484
                                                                (215) 640-4546 (tel.)
                                                                (215) 640-5539 (facs.)
                                                                &
                                                                Connie O'Mara
                                                                President Brandywine Division, ACE USA
                                                                Two Liberty Place
                                                                1601 Chestnut Street
                                                                Philadelphia, PA 19105
                                                                &
                                                                Richard M. Shusterman, Esq.
                                                                White and Williams LLP
                                                                1800 One Liberty Place
                                                                Philadelphia, PA 19103




Pacific Employers Insurance Company                            John F. Glowacki, Jr.
                                                               Assistant Vice President
                                                               Resolute Management, Inc. Mid-Atlantic Division
                                                               Two Liberty Place--15A
                                                               P.O. Box 41484
                                                               (1601 Chestnut Street)
                                                               Philadelphia, PA 19101-1484
                                                               (215) 640-4546 (tel.)
                                                               (215) 640-5539 (facs.)
                                                               &
                                                               Connie O'Mara
                                                               President Brandywine Division, ACE USA
                                                               Two Liberty Place
                                                               1601 Chestnut Street



                                                             -3-
                                                               Philadelphia, PA 19105
                                                               &
                                                               Richard M. Shusterman, Esq.
                                                               White and Williams LLP
                                                               1800 One Liberty Place
                                                               Philadelphia, PA 19103
Agricultural Insurance Company                                 Mr. Troy Galley
                                                               Claims ManagerAssistant Divisional Vice
                                                               President
                                                               Great American Insurance Company
                                                               Environmental & Health Hazard Claim Division
                                                               49 E. Fourth Street
                                                               Seventh Floor; Cincinnati, OH 45202
                                                               (513) 369-3838 (tel.)
                                                               (513) 369-3825 (fax)
                                                               tgalley@gaic.com
                                                               &
                                                               Jay Lavroff, Esq.
                                                               Lindabury, McCormick &, Estabrook & Cooper,
                                                               P.C.
                                                               53 Cardinal Drive
                                                               PO Box 2369
                                                               Westfield, NJ 07091
                                                               (908) 233-6800 (tel.)
                                                               (908) 233-5078 (facs.)
                                                               jlavroff@lindabury.com




AIU Insurance Company/Granite State Insurance Company          Ms. Dianne Proimos
                                                               Claims Examiner; AIU Insurance Company,
                                                               CLMD
                                                               72 Wall Street, 14th floor
                                                               New York, NY 10005
                                                               (212) 770-3377 (tel.)
                                                               dianne.proimos1@aig.com
                                                               &
                                                               Jeff Carlisle
                                                               Lynberg & Watkins
                                                               888 S. Figueroa St. #1600
                                                               Los Angeles, CA 90017
                                                               (213) 624-8700 (tel.)
                                                               (213) 892-2773 (facs.)
                                                               jcarlisle@lynberg.com




AIU Insurance Company (including Granite State policy nos.      Ms. Dianne Proimos
SCLD 8093287 and SCLD 8093346)                                  Claims Examiner; AIU Insurance Company,
                                                                CLMD
                                                                72 Wall Street, 14th floor
                                                                New York, NY 10005
                                                                (212) 770-3377 (tel.)
                                                                dianne.proimos1@aig.com
                                                                &
                                                                Jeff Carlisle
                                                                Lynberg & Watkins
                                                                888 S. Figueroa St. #1600
                                                                Los Angeles, CA 90017
                                                                (213) 624-8700 (tel.)
                                                                (213) 892-2773 (facs.)
                                                                jcarlisle@lynberg.com




                                                             -4-
American Home Assurance Company             Mr. Chris EskelandSteven Parness
                                            Assistant Vice-President
                                            AIG Technical ServicesDomestic Claims, Inc.
                                            80 Pine Street, 10th floor; New York, NY 10005
                                            (212) 770-1707101 Hudson Street, 29th Floor
                                            Jersey City, New Jersey 07302
                                            (201) 631-7061 (tel.)
                                            chris.eskelan(201) 631-5005 (facs.)
                                            steven.parness@aig.com
                                            &
                                            Jeff Carlisle
                                            Lynberg & Watkins
                                            888 S. Figueroa St. #1600
                                            Los Angeles, CA 90017
                                            (213) 624-8700 (tel.)
                                            (213) 892-2773 (facs.)
                                            jcarlisle@lynberg.com



AIG Casualty Company                        Mr. Chris EskelandSteven Parness
(fka Birmingham Fire Insurance Company)     Assistant Vice-President
                                            AIG Technical ServicesDomestic Claims, Inc.
                                            80 Pine Street, 10th floor; New York, NY 10005
                                            (212) 770-1707101 Hudson Street, 29th Floor
                                            Jersey City, New Jersey 07302
                                            (201) 631-7061 (tel.)
                                            chris.eskelan(201) 631-5005 (facs.)
                                            steven.parness@aig.com
                                            &
                                            Jeff Carlisle
                                            Lynberg & Watkins
                                            888 S. Figueroa St. #1600
                                            Los Angeles, CA 90017
                                            (213) 624-8700 (tel.)
                                            (213) 892-2773 (facs.)
                                            jcarlisle@lynberg.com




Granite State Insurance Company             Mr. Chris EskelandSteven Parness
                                            Assistant Vice-President
                                            AIG Technical ServicesDomestic Claims, Inc.
                                            80 Pine Street, 10th floor; New York, NY 10005
                                            (212) 770-1707101 Hudson Street, 29th Floor
                                            Jersey City, New Jersey 07302
                                            (201) 631-7061 (tel.)
                                            chris.eskelan(201) 631-5005 (facs.)
                                            steven.parness@aig.com
                                            &
                                            Jeff Carlisle
                                            Lynberg & Watkins
                                            888 S. Figueroa St. #1600
                                            Los Angeles, CA 90017
                                            (213) 624-8700 (tel.)
                                            (213) 892-2773 (facs.)
                                            jcarlisle@lynberg.com




                                          -5-
Insurance Company of the State of Pennsylvania     Mr. Chris EskelandSteven Parness
                                                   Assistant Vice-President
                                                   AIG Technical ServicesDomestic Claims, Inc.
                                                   80 Pine Street, 10th floor; New York, NY 10005
                                                   (212) 770-1707101 Hudson Street, 29th Floor
                                                   Jersey City, New Jersey 07302
                                                   (201) 631-7061 (tel.)
                                                   chris.eskelan(201) 631-5005 (facs.)
                                                   steven.parness@aig.com
                                                   &
                                                   Jeff Carlisle
                                                   Lynberg & Watkins
                                                   888 S. Figueroa St. #1600
                                                   Los Angeles, CA 90017
                                                   (213) 624-8700 (tel.)
                                                   (213) 892-2773 (facs.)
                                                   jcarlisle@lynberg.com




Landmark Insurance Company                         Mr. Chris EskelandSteven Parness
                                                   Assistant Vice-President
                                                   AIG Technical ServicesDomestic Claims, Inc.
                                                   80 Pine Street, 10th floor; New York, NY 10005
                                                   (212) 770-1707101 Hudson Street, 29th Floor
                                                   Jersey City, New Jersey 07302
                                                   (201) 631-7061 (tel.)
                                                   chris.eskelan(201) 631-5005 (facs.)
                                                   steven.parness@aig.com
                                                   &
                                                   Jeff Carlisle
                                                   Lynberg & Watkins
                                                   888 S. Figueroa St. #1600
                                                   Los Angeles, CA 90017
                                                   (213) 624-8700 (tel.)
                                                   (213) 892-2773 (facs.)
                                                   jcarlisle@lynberg.com




Lexington Insurance Company                        Mr. Chris EskelandSteven Parness
                                                   Assistant Vice-President
                                                   AIG Technical ServicesDomestic Claims, Inc.
                                                   80 Pine Street, 10th floor; New York, NY 10005
                                                   (212) 770-1707101 Hudson Street, 29th Floor
                                                   Jersey City, New Jersey 07302
                                                   (201) 631-7061 (tel.)
                                                   chris.eskelan(201) 631-5005 (facs.)
                                                   steven.parness@aig.com
                                                   &
                                                   Jeff Carlisle
                                                   Lynberg & Watkins
                                                   888 S. Figueroa St. #1600
                                                   Los Angeles, CA 90017
                                                   (213) 624-8700 (tel.)
                                                   (213) 892-2773 (facs.)
                                                   jcarlisle@lynberg.com




                                                 -6-
Lexington Insurance Company, Ltd. (London)                  Mr. Chris EskelandSteven Parness
                                                            Assistant Vice-President
                                                            AIG Technical ServicesDomestic Claims, Inc.
                                                            80 Pine Street, 10th floor; New York, NY 10005
                                                            (212) 770-1707101 Hudson Street, 29th Floor
                                                            Jersey City, New Jersey 07302
                                                            (201) 631-7061 (tel.)
                                                            chris.eskelan(201) 631-5005 (facs.)
                                                            steven.parness@aig.com
                                                            &
                                                            Jeff Carlisle
                                                            Lynberg & Watkins
                                                            888 S. Figueroa St. #1600
                                                            Los Angeles, CA 90017
                                                            (213) 624-8700 (tel.)
                                                            (213) 892-2773 (facs.)
                                                            jcarlisle@lynberg.com



New Hampshire Insurance Company                             Mr. Martin BootsJames Jensen
                                                            AIG Europe (UK) Ltd.
                                                            AIG Building; 2-8 Altyre Rd.
                                                            Croydon, Surrey, UK CR92LG
                                                            martin.boots@aig.com
                                                            &
                                                            Jeff Carlisle
                                                            Lynberg & Watkins
                                                            888 S. Figueroa St. #1600
                                                            Los Angeles, CA 90017
                                                            (213) 624-8700 (tel.)
                                                            (213) 892-2773 (facs.)
                                                            jcarlisle@lynberg.com




National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, PA     Mr. Chris EskelandSteven Parness
                                                            Assistant Vice-President
                                                            AIG Technical ServicesDomestic Claims, Inc.
                                                            80 Pine Street, 10th floor; New York, NY 10005
                                                            (212) 770-1707101 Hudson Street, 29th Floor
                                                            Jersey City, New Jersey 07302
                                                            (201) 631-7061 (tel.)
                                                            chris.eskelan(201) 631-5005 (facs.)
                                                            steven.parness@aig.com
                                                            &
                                                            Jeff Carlisle
                                                            Lynberg & Watkins
                                                            888 S. Figueroa St. #1600
                                                            Los Angeles, CA 90017
                                                            (213) 624-8700 (tel.)
                                                            (213) 892-2773 (facs.)
                                                            jcarlisle@lynberg.com




                                                          -7-
Allianz Global Risks US Insurance Company, formerly known     Sharon Pole-Small
as Allianz Insurance Company and                              Claims SpecialistStephen Wunderlich
Allianz Underwriters Insurance Company, formerly known as     Allianz Global Risks US Insurance Company
Allianz Underwriters, Inc.                                    2350 Empire AvenueSr. Claims Specialist
                                                              P.O. Box 7782
                                                              Burbank, CA 91504-33053350
                                                              (818) 260-71817202 (tel)
                                                              (818) 260-72077203 (facs.)
                                                              SWunderlich@aic-allianz.com
                                                              &
                                                              Robert A. Arcovio, Esq.
                                                              Margolis Edelstein
                                                              1500 Grant Building525 William Penn Place, Suite
                                                              3300
                                                              Pittsburgh, PA 15219
                                                              (412) -281-4256 (tel.)
                                                              (412) 642-2380 (facs.)
                                                              rarcovio@margolisedelstein.com

Munich Re America, Inc. formerly known as American Re-        George A. Cavell
Insurance Company                                             Vice President
                                                              American Re-Insurance CompanyMunich Re
                                                              America, Inc.
                                                              555 College Road East
                                                              P.O. Box 5241
                                                              Princeton, New Jersey 08543
                                                              &
                                                              Robert J. Bates, Jr.
                                                              Bates & Carey
                                                              333 W. LLP
                                                              191 North Wacker Drive
                                                              Suite 9002400
                                                              Chicago, Illinois 60606
                                                              (312) 762-3131 (tel.)
                                                              (312) 762-3200 (facs.)
                                                              rbates@batescarey.com


Associated International Insurance Company                    Associated International Insurance Company
                                                              c/o Joseph G. Feely
                                                              Executive Claims Examiner
                                                              Markel West
                                                              21820 Burbank Boulevard
                                                              , Inc.
                                                              21600 Oxnard Street, Suite 330400
                                                              Woodland Hills, California 91367-6485
                                                              Attention: Robert Flynn4976
                                                              (818) 595-0600 (tel.)
                                                              (818) 227-3905316-0380 (facs.)
                                                              rflynnjfeely@markelcorp.com
                                                              &
                                                              Meryl R. Lieberman
                                                              Robert P. Siegel, Esq.
                                                              Traub Eglin Lieberman Straus & Shrewsberry LLP
                                                              Mid-Westchester Executive Park
                                                              7 Skyline Drive
                                                              Hawthorne, NY 10532
                                                              (914) 347-2600 (tel.)
                                                              (914) 347-8898 (facs.)
                                                              mlieberman@traublieberman.com
                                                              rsiegel@telstraublieberman.com




                                                            -8-
Federal Insurance Company                          Thomas R. Kerr, Esquire
                                                   Vice President
                                                   Chubb & Son, a Division of Federal Insurance
                                                   Company
                                                   15 Mountain View Road
                                                   Warren, NJ 07059
                                                   (908) 903-3153 (tel.)
                                                   tkerr@chubb.com
                                                   &
                                                   William P. Shelley, Esquire
                                                   Cozen O'Connor
                                                   1900 Market Street
                                                   Philadelphia, PA 19103
                                                   (215) 665-4142 (tel.)
                                                   (215) 701-2442 (facs.)
                                                   wshelley@cozen.com




Executive Risk Indemnity Inc., as successor to     George A. Cavell
American Excess Insurance Company                  Vice President
                                                   American Re-Insurance CompanyMunich Re
                                                   America, Inc.
                                                   555 College Road East
                                                   P.O. Box 5241
                                                   Princeton, New Jersey 08543
                                                   &
                                                   Robert J. Bates, Jr.
                                                   Bates & Carey
                                                   333 W. LLP
                                                   191 North Wacker Drive
                                                   Suite 9002400
                                                   Chicago, Illinois 60606
                                                   (312) 762-3131 (tel.)
                                                   (312) 762-3200 (facs.)
                                                   rbates@batescarey.com


Fidelity & Casualty Company of New York            Vice President of Environmental and Mass Tort
                                                   Claims
                                                   CNA Plaza - 19 South
                                                   Chicago, Illinois 60685
                                                   &
                                                   General Counsel of the CNA Insurance
                                                   Companies
                                                   CNA Plaza - 25 South
                                                   Chicago, Illinois 60685
                                                   &
                                                   Rodney L. Eshelman, Esq.
                                                   Carroll Burdick & McDonough LLP
                                                   44 Montgomery Street
                                                   San Francisco, CA 94104
                                                   (415) 989-5900 (tel.)
                                                   (415) 989-0932 (facs.)




                                                 -9-
Columbia Casualty Company              Vice President of Environmental and Mass Tort
                                       Claims
                                       CNA Plaza - 19 South
                                       Chicago, Illinois 60685
                                       &
                                       General Counsel of the CNA Insurance
                                       Companies
                                       CNA Plaza - 25 South
                                       Chicago, Illinois 60685
                                       &
                                       Rodney L. Eshelman, Esq.
                                       Carroll Burdick & McDonough LLP
                                       44 Montgomery Street
                                       San Francisco, CA 94104
                                       (415) 989-5900 (tel.)
                                       (415) 989-0932 (facs.)




The Continental Insurance Company      Vice President of Environmental and Mass Tort
                                       Claims
                                       CNA Plaza - 19 South
                                       Chicago, Illinois 60685
                                       &
                                       General Counsel of the CNA Insurance
                                       Companies
                                       CNA Plaza - 25 South
                                       Chicago, Illinois 60685
                                       &
                                       Rodney L. Eshelman, Esq.
                                       Carroll Burdick & McDonough LLP
                                       44 Montgomery Street
                                       San Francisco, CA 94104
                                       (415) 989-5900 (tel.)
                                       (415) 989-0932 (facs.)




Continental Casualty Company           Vice President of Environmental and Mass Tort
                                       Claims
                                       CNA Plaza - 19 South
                                       Chicago, Illinois 60685
                                       &
                                       General Counsel of the CNA Insurance
                                       Companies
                                       CNA Plaza - 25 South
                                       Chicago, Illinois 60685
                                       &
                                       Rodney L. Eshelman, Esq.
                                       Carroll Burdick & McDonough LLP
                                       44 Montgomery Street
                                       San Francisco, CA 94104
                                       (415) 989-5900 (tel.)
                                       (415) 989-0932 (facs.)




                                    - 10 -
The Continental Insurance Company,                        Vice President of Environmental and Mass Tort
as successor in interest to Harbor Insurance Company      Claims
                                                          CNA Plaza - 19 South
                                                          Chicago, Illinois 60685
                                                          &
                                                          General Counsel of the CNA Insurance
                                                          Companies
                                                          CNA Plaza - 25 South
                                                          Chicago, Illinois 60685
                                                          &
                                                          Rodney L. Eshelman, Esq.
                                                          Carroll Burdick & McDonough LLP
                                                          44 Montgomery Street
                                                          San Francisco, CA 94104
                                                          (415) 989-5900 (tel.)
                                                          (415) 989-0932 (facs.)




CNA Reinsurance Company Limited                           CNA Re Chief Financial Officer
                                                          CNA Re
                                                          333 South Wabash
                                                          39th Floor
                                                          Chicago, Illinois 60604
                                                          (312) 822-6440 (tel.)
                                                          &
                                                          Rodney L. Eshelman, Esq.
                                                          Carroll Burdick & McDonough LLP
                                                          44 Montgomery Street
                                                          San Francisco, CA 94104
                                                          (415) 989-5900 (tel.)
                                                          (415) 989-0932 (facs.)




American Insurance Company/                               David Forsman
Fireman's Fund Insurance Company                          Fireman's Fund Insurance Company
                                                          777 San Marin Drive
                                                          Novato, CA 94998
                                                          415-899-3695 (tel.)
                                                          415-899-3663 (facs.)
                                                          david_e._forsman@ffic.com
                                                          &
                                                          Jeffrey Kaufman
                                                          Kaufman & Logan LLP
                                                          100 Spear Street, 12th Floor
                                                          San Francisco, CA 94105
                                                          (415) 247-8300 (tel.)
                                                          (415) 247-8310 (facs.)




                                                       - 11 -
Evanston Insurance Company            Evanston Insurance Company
                                      c/oPaul B. Chuchel
                                      Senior Vice President, General Counsel
                                      Markel Shand Morahan & Company, Inc.
                                      Ten Parkway North
                                      Deerfield, IllinoisDeefield, IL 60015
                                      Attention: Paul Chuchel-2544
                                      (847) 572-6310 (tel.)
                                      (847) 572-63396389 (facs.)
                                      chuchelpchuchel@markelcorp.com
                                      &
                                      Meryl R. Lieberman
                                      Robert P. Siegel, Esq.
                                      Traub Eglin Lieberman Straus & Shrewsberry LLP
                                      Mid-Westchester Executive Park
                                      7 Skyline Drive
                                      Hawthorne, NY 10532
                                      (914) 347-2600 (tel.)
                                      (914) 347-8898 (facs.)
                                      mlieberman@traublieberman.com
                                      rsiegel@telstraublieberman.com



First State Insurance Company         Frederick W. Zwick
                                      AVP, CaLMSAssistant Vice President
                                      Complex Claims Group
                                      The Hartford
                                      Hartford Plaza T-6
                                      690 Asylum Avenue
                                      Hartford, CT 06115
                                      (860) 547-8666 (tel.)
                                      (860) 547-8650 (facs.)
                                      fred.zwick@thehartford.com
                                      &
                                      William J. Bowman, Esq.
                                      Hogan & Hartson, LLP
                                      555 13th Street, N.W.
                                      Washington, DC 20006
                                      (202) 637-6434 (tel.)
                                      (202) 637-5910 (facs.)
                                      wjbowman@hhlaw.com




Twin City Fire Insurance Company      Frederick W. Zwick
                                      AVP, CaLMSAssistant Vice President
                                      Complex Claims Group
                                      The Hartford
                                      Hartford Plaza T-6
                                      690 Asylum Avenue
                                      Hartford, CT 06115
                                      (860) 547-8666 (tel.)
                                      (860) 547-8650 (facs.)
                                      fred.zwick@thehartford.com
                                      &
                                      William J. Bowman, Esq.
                                      Hogan & Hartson, LLP
                                      555 13th Street, N.W.
                                      Washington, DC 20006
                                      (202) 637-6434 (tel.)
                                      (202) 637-5910 (facs.)
                                      wjbowman@hhlaw.com




                                   - 12 -
Hudson Insurance Company                                         David Ross, Esq.
                                                                 LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae, LLP
                                                                 1875 ConnecticutDewey & LeBoeuf LLP
                                                                 1101 New York Avenue, N.W.NW
                                                                 Washington, DC 2000920005
                                                                 (202) 986-8219346-8719 (tel.)
                                                                 (202) 986-8102956-3239 (facs.)
                                                                 &
                                                                 Gerard J. Marquart
                                                                 Vice President
                                                                 Hudson Insurance Company
                                                                 300 First Stamford Place
                                                                 Stamford, CT 06902




TIG Insurance Company                                            Senior Vice President, Claims
                                                                 RiverStone Claims Management, LLC
                                                                 250 Commercial Street, Suite 5000
                                                                 Manchester, NH 03101
                                                                 (603) 656-2400 (tel.)
                                                                 (603) 656-2554 (facs.)
                                                                 &
                                                                 Harry Lee
                                                                 Steptoe & Johnson LLP
                                                                 1330 Connecticut Ave., N.W.
                                                                 Washington, DC 20036
                                                                 (202) 429-3000 (tel.)
                                                                 (202) 429-3902 (facs.)




The Continental Insurance Company,                               Vice President of Environmental and Mass Tort
as successor in interest to London                               Claims
Guarantee & Accident Company of New York                         CNA Plaza - 19 South
                                                                 Chicago, Illinois 60685
                                                                 &
                                                                 General Counsel of the CNA Insurance
                                                                 Companies
                                                                 CNA Plaza - 25 South
                                                                 Chicago, Illinois 60685
                                                                 &
                                                                 Rodney L. Eshelman, Esq.
                                                                 Carroll Burdick & McDonough LLP
                                                                 44 Montgomery Street
                                                                 San Francisco, CA 94104
                                                                 (415) 989-5900 (tel.)
                                                                 (415) 989-0932 (facs.)




Allstate Insurance Company, solely as successor in interest to   Ms. Marcella Thomas
Northbrook Excess and Surplus Insurance Company, formerly        Allstate Insurance Company
Northbrook Insurance Company                                     One Allstate Commercial Plaza
                                                                 51 West Higgins Road
                                                                 South Barrington, IL 60010.




                                                            - 13 -
Old Republic Insurance Company                               Mark W. Zimmerman, Esq.
                                                             Clausen Miller P.C.
                                                             10 South LaSalle Street
                                                             Chicago, IL 60603-1098
                                                             (312) 855-1010 (tel.)
                                                             (312) 606-7777 (facs.)
                                                             mzimmerman@clausen.com



RLI Insurance Company                                        Anthony Gambardella
                                                             Rivkin, Radler LLP
                                                             EAB Plaza
                                                             Uniondale, NY 11556
                                                             (516) 357-3091 (tel.)
                                                             (516) 357-3333 (facs.)
                                                             anthony.gambardella@rivkin.com




Westport Insurance Corporation (f/k/a Puritan Insurance      Jerry W. Brumfield, Esq.
Company, f/k/a The Manhattan Fire and Marine Insurance       Claims Specialist
Company)                                                     Westport Insurance Corporation
                                                             5200 Metcalf Avenue
                                                             Overland Park, KS 66202
                                                             &
                                                             Ira S. BergmanJennifer C. Hecker
                                                             Assistant Vice President-Claims & Liability
                                                             Management
                                                             Westport Insurance Company, owned by
                                                             Swiss Re America Holding Corporation
                                                             175 King Street
                                                             Armonk, NY 10504
                                                             jennifer_hecker@swissre.com
                                                             &

                                                             Mitchell L. Lathrop, Esq.
                                                             Michael A. Turschmann, Esq.
                                                             Duane Morris, LLP
                                                             380 Lexington Avenue1540 Broadway
                                                             New York, NY 1016810036-4086
                                                             (212) 692-1000 (tel.)
                                                             (212) 692-1020 (facs.)
                                                             isbergmanmllathrop@duanemorris.com
                                                             maturschmann@duanemorris.com

                                                             & solely as to Westport's payment obligations
                                                             assigned to Metropolitan Life Insurance Company

                                                             Bejan Shirvani, CLU, ChFC
                                                             Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
                                                             200 Park Avenue
                                                             New York, NY 10166
                                                             (800) 638-0051 ext. 2, 5 (tel.)
                                                             (800) 427-9409 (tel.)
                                                             (212) 578-0149 (facs.)




                                                          - 14 -
Royal & SunAllianceArrowood Indemnity Company, as              Trent Proctor
successor in interest to Royal Indemnity Company               Arrowpoint Capital
                                                               3600 Arco Corporate Drive
                                                               Charlotte, North Carolina 28273
                                                               (704) 522-2884
                                                               trent.proctor@arrowpointcap.com
                                                               &
                                                               Carl J. Pernicone, Esq.
                                                               Wilson, Elser, Moskowitz, Edelman & Dicker LLP
                                                               150 E. 42nd Street
                                                               New York, NY 10017
                                                               (212) 490-3000 (tel.)
                                                               (212) 490-3038 (facs.)
                                                               perniconec@wemedcarl.pernicone@wilsonelser.c
                                                               om



Transport Insurance Company, as successor in interest to       Mr. Troy GalleyBrian Lajoie
Transport Indemnity Company                                    Claims Manager
                                                               Great AmericanTransport Insurance Company
                                                               Environmental & Health Hazard Claim Division
                                                               49 E. Fourth Street
                                                               Seventh Floor; Cincinnati, OH 45202
                                                               (513) 369-3838 (tel.)
                                                               (513) 369-3825 (fax)
                                                               tgalley@gaic
                                                               c/o Cavell America
                                                               1300 Corporation Drive
                                                               Suite 103
                                                               Cumberland, RI 02864-8710
                                                               (401) 719-9005 (tel.)
                                                               brian.lajoie@cavellamerica.com
                                                               &
                                                               Jay Lavroff, Esq.
                                                               Lindabury, McCormick &, Estabrook & Cooper,
                                                               P.C.
                                                               53 Cardinal Drive
                                                               PO Box 2369
                                                               Westfield, NJ 07091
                                                               (908) 233-6800 (tel.)
                                                               (908) 233-5078 (facs.)
                                                               jlavroff@lindabury.com
Travelers Casualty and Surety Company,                           General Counsel
as successor to Aetna Casualty and Surety Company                Travelers Property & Casualty Corporation
                                                                 One Tower Square; Hartford, Ct 06183
                                                                 &
                                                                 Robert Cusumano, Esq.
                                                                 Debevoise & Plimpton LLP
                                                                 919 Third Avenue
                                                                 New York, New York 10022
                                                                 (212) 909-6890 (tel.)
                                                                 (212) 909-6836 (facs.)




Zurich American Insurance Company,                             Zurich American Insurance Company
as successor by operation of law to Zurich General             Attn: Director, Mass Litigation Claims
Accident and Liability and Zurich Insurance Company (U.S.      1400 American Lane
Branch)                                                        Schaumburg, IL 60196
                                                               &
                                                               Wiley Rein & Fielding LLP
                                                               Attn: Thomas W. Brunner
                                                               1776 K Street, NW
                                                               Washington, DCMeckler Bulger, Tilson, Marick &
                                                               Pearson LLP
                                                               Attn: Michael M. Marick
                                                               123 North Wacker Drive
                                                               Suite 1800



                                                            - 15 -
                                                                  Chicago, IL 2009660606




Zurich International (Bermuda) Ltd.                              Zurich American Insurance Company
                                                                 Attn: Director, Mass Litigation Claims
                                                                 1400 American Lane
                                                                 Schaumburg, IL 60196
                                                                 &
                                                                 Wiley Rein & Fielding LLP
                                                                 Attn: Thomas W. Brunner
                                                                 1776 K Street, NW
                                                                 Washington, DCMeckler Bulger, Tilson, Marick &
                                                                 Pearson LLP
                                                                 Attn: Michael M. Marick
                                                                 123 North Wacker Drive
                                                                 Suite 1800
                                                                 Chicago, IL 2009660606
 United States Fire Insurance Company                             George R. Hardin
                                                                   Hardin, Kundla, McKeon, Poletto & Polifroni, P.C.
                                                                   673 Morris Ave.
                                                                   P.O. Box 730
                                                                   Springfield, NJ 07081-0730
                                                                   (973) 912-5222 (tel.)
                                                                   (973) 912-9212 (facs.)
                                                                   ghardin@hkmpp.com




 Kingscroft Insurance Company Limited (formerly Dart Insurance     Christopher W. Reichow
 Company Limited, Dart and Kraft Insurance Company Limited,        U.S. Legal Counsel
 and Kraft Insurance Company Limited), Walbrook Insurance          KWELM Management Services Ltd.
 Company Limited, El Paso Insurance Company Limited, Lime          Suite 1803
 Street Insurance Company Limited (formerly Louisville             599 Lexington Avenue
 Insurance Company Limited), and Mutual Reinsurance                New York, NY 10022
 Company Limited, and The Bermuda Fire & Marine Insurance          (212) 838-0099 (tel.)
 Company Limited, In Liquidation collectively known as The         (212) 838-5999 (facs.)
 KWELMB Companies                                                  cwrkwelm@att.net




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                                           SCHEDULE G

     TO THE TRUST FUNDING AGREEMENT IN CONNECTION WITH THE
 PITTSBURGH CORNING CORPORATION PLAN OF REORGANIZATION, AMONG
    PPG INDUSTRIES, INC., ITS PARTICIPATING INSURERS, THE OFFICIAL
    COMMITTEE OF UNSECURED ASBESTOS CREDITORS, AND LAWRENCE
     FITZPATRICK, LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR FUTURE CLAIMANTS

          PITTSBURGH CORNING ACKNOWLEDGMENT AND MUTUAL RELEASE

        This Pittsburgh Corning Acknowledgment And Mutual Release (the "Agreement") is
entered into by and between Pittsburgh Corning Corporation ("PC") and the companies signing
below, as of              .
        In consideration of the mutual covenants and promises contained herein, and for other
good and valuable consideration, receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, the undersigned
parties agree as follows:

1.       This Agreement is the Pittsburgh Corning Acknowledgement and Mutual Release
         referenced in Sections I-TTVV and II-H of the Trust Funding Agreement In Connection
         With The Pittsburgh Corning Corporation Plan Of Reorganization, Among PPG
         Industries, Inc., Its Participating Insurers, The Official Committee Of Unsecured
         Asbestos Creditors, And Lawrence Fitzpatrick, Legal Representative For Future Claims
         (including all attached Schedules) (hereinafter the "Trust Funding Agreement").

2.       All definitions contained in the Trust Funding Agreement shall be applicable to this
         Agreement, except as expressly stated below. In addition, the following definitions shall
         also apply for purposes of this Agreement.

                 a.      "PC Asbestos Bodily Injury Claims" shall mean all past, present, or future
         Claims or Demands made or brought against: (1) PC; or (2) any Participating Insurer
         (including without limitation Claims or Demands brought against a Participating Insurer
         pursuant to a direct action statute or similar theory of law), under any theory of law,
         equity, admiralty or otherwise, for bodily injury, sickness, disease, illness, ailment, death,
         or medical monitoring for increased risk, or fear of or increased risk of any of the
         foregoing, arising out of or in any way related to, in whole or in part, asbestos or asbestos
         containing products or materials or the handling of Claims or Demands, suits, or
         information relating thereto. PC Asbestos Bodily Injury Claims include, without
         limitation, Claims or Demands arising in whole or in part out of any actual or alleged
         relationship with or among PPG or Pittsburgh Corning and Claims or Demands that
         implicate PC Insurance Policies or insurance policies any of the PPG Policyholder
         Companies share with Pittsburgh Corning, which seek damages, costs, expenses,
         economic loss, or other remedies, including legal, equitable or mandatory relief, arising
         out of or in any way related to, in whole or in part, asbestos or asbestos containing
         products or materials or the handling of Claims or Demands, suits, or information relating
         thereto. PC Asbestos Bodily Injury Claims, include, without limitation, Asbestos PI
         Trust Claims as defined in the Plan, PC Insurance Practices Claims and Claims and


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Demands alleging negligence, strict liability, failure to warn, failure to provide a safe
workplace, design defect, premises liability, gratuitous undertaking, breach of contract,
breach of warranty (express or implied), market share liability, enterprise liability,
alternative liability, absolute liability, vicarious liability, risk contribution, fraud,
misrepresentation, concealment, deceit, conspiracy, concert of action, aiding and
abetting, master and servant, trespass, nuisance, loss of consortium, or any other theory of
liability, whether based on tort, contract, statute or other basis of liability arising out of or
in any way related to, in whole or in part, asbestos or asbestos containing products or
materials.

        b.      "Participating Insurers", for purposes of this Agreement, shall mean the
Travelers Companies, the Hartford Companies, the Participating Other Primary Insurers
and the Participating Excess Insurers, all predecessors of any of them, and all past or
present corporate parents, subsidiaries, and affiliatesAffiliates of any of them in their
capacity as an insurer of PC, and all of their respective past or present officers, directors,
employees, agents, representatives and attorneys, and the successors of any of them, in
their capacity as such.

       c.    "PC Asbestos Claims" shall mean PC Asbestos Bodily Injury Claims, PC
Asbestos Co-Defendant Claims, and PC Asbestos Property Damage Claims.

        d.      "PC Asbestos Co-Defendant Claims" shall mean any Claim or Demand
made or brought against: (1) PC ; or (2) any Participating Insurer (including without
limitation Claims or demands brought against a Participating Insurer pursuant to a direct
action statute or similar theory of law), under any theory of law, equity, admiralty, or
otherwise, for contribution, reimbursement, subrogation, guaranty, or indemnity on
account of liability incurred in an action in which the claimant has been, is, or may be a
defendant in an action containing a Claim or demand for damages, costs, expenses, or
other remedies, including legal, equitable or mandatory relief, arising out of or in any
way related to asbestos or asbestos containing products or materials.

        e.      "PC Asbestos Property Damage Claims" shall mean all past, present, or
future Claims or demands made or brought against: (1) PC; or (2) any Participating
Insurer (including without limitation Claims or demands brought against a Participating
Insurer pursuant to a direct action statute or similar theory of law), solely for property
damage or economic loss (including without limitation diminution in value, removal of
asbestos or asbestos-containing products, remediation or any other damage to buildings
or structures allegedly resulting from the installation, incorporation, or presence of
asbestos-containing materials therein), which seek damages, costs, expenses, or other
remedies, including legal, equitable or mandatory relief, arising out of or in any way
related to asbestos or asbestos containing products or materials or the handling of Claims
or demands, suits, or information relating thereto, including without limitation Claims
alleging negligence, strict liability, failure to warn, failure to provide a safe workplace,
design defect, gratuitous undertaking, breach of contract, breach of warranty (express or
implied), market share liability, enterprise liability, alternative liability, absolute liability,
vicarious liability, risk contribution, fraud, misrepresentation, concealment, deceit,



                                          -2-
     conspiracy, concert of action, aiding and abetting, master and servant, trespass, nuisance,
     loss of consortium, Insurance Practices Claims, or any other theory of liability, whether
     based on tort, contract, statute or other basis of liability.

             f.     “PCC Insurance Settlement Agreements” shall have the same meaning
     given that defined term in The Pittsburgh Corning Corporation Modified Third Amended
     Plan of Reorganization.

            g.       "PC Insurance Practices Claims" shall mean all past, present or future
     Claims or demandsDemands against any Participating Insurer in its capacity as an insurer
     of PPG or PC that allege unfair competition, unfair or deceptive claims handling,
     settlement or trade practices, insurer bad faith, conspiracy or any similar theory of law, in
     connection with the defense, settlement, disposition or other handling of PPG Asbestos
     Claims or PC Asbestos Claims or the handling of information relating thereto.

             g. h. "PC Insurance Policies" shall mean all Participating Insurance Policies,
     Other Policies, and other insurance policies issued by any Participating Insurer to PC or
     covering PC, whether known or unknown, including, but not limited to, those policies
     listed on Schedules B, C, and D to the Trust Funding Agreement, or Exhibit 1 to
     thisSchedule A to the Insurance Claims Agreement.

3.   Pittsburgh Corning hereby acknowledges and agrees, on its own behalf and on behalf of
     its subsidiaries, successors and Reorganized PCC:

              a.  that the obligations imposed on the parties to the Trust Funding
     Agreement are fair and reasonable, and constitute valid and binding obligations on the
     parties;

             b.      that the payments made pursuant to the Trust Funding Agreement by the
     Participating Insurers constitute valid payments under the insurance policies;

             c.     that the payments made pursuant to the Trust Funding Agreement shall
     impair the limits of liability, if any, of the Participating Insurance Policies as set forth in
     the Trust Funding Agreement; and

            d.     that the other terms and conditions relating to the payments pursuant to the
     Trust Funding Agreement are fair, valid, and reasonable; and

              e.     that they will not assert or otherwise seek recovery on account of any
     claim or demand under or in connection with any Non-Participating Insurance Policies if
     the assertion of or pursuit of recovery on account of such claim or demand would give
     rise to an indemnification obligation, under any settlement agreement after the Effective
     Date, by any of the PPG Entities in favor of any insurer that issued or is otherwise
     responsible for any Non-Participating Policies.




                                               -3-
4.   Subject to satisfaction of the conditions set forth in Section II of the Trust Funding
     Agreement, and except for the obligations imposed by this Agreement, Pittsburgh
     Corning hereby fully releases and forever discharges the Participating Insurers of and
     from any claims, demands, duties, actions, causes of action, obligations, liabilities, rights,
     damages (including compensatory, punitive and exemplary damages) of any kind or
     nature, whether known or unknown, asserted or unasserted, suspected or unsuspected,
     whether in law or equity, past, present or future, based upon, arising out of, or connected
     with, in whole or in part, PC Asbestos Claims, under or in connection with any PC
     Insurance Policies or policies issued to or covering Corning, or under or in connection
     with any agreements or settlements, including but not limited to, the Agreement
     Concerning Asbestos-Related Claims dated June 19, 1985 (commonly referred to as the
     "Wellington Agreement"). Provided, however, that this release shall not supercede or
     otherwise release remaining payment obligations, if any, of a Participating Insurer under
     the policies that are subject to a Pre-1981 PC Settlement Agreement, as with respect to
     the policies with remaining payment obligations listed on Schedule H to the Trust
     Funding Agreement, or a PCC Insurance Settlement Agreement.

5.   Subject to satisfaction of the conditions set forth in Section II of the Trust Funding
     Agreement, and except for the obligations imposed by this Agreement, the Participating
     Insurers fully release and forever discharge Pittsburgh Corning, its successors,
     subsidiaries, Pittsburgh Corning Europe and Reorganized Pittsburgh Corning, and their
     respective past and present officers, directors, employees, agents and attorneys, of and
     from any claims, demands, duties, actions, causes of action, obligations, liabilities, rights,
     damages (including compensatory, punitive and exemplary damages) of any kind or
     nature, whether known or unknown, asserted or unasserted, suspected or unsuspected,
     whether in law or equity, past, present or future, based upon, arising out of, or connected
     with, in whole or in part, PC Asbestos Claims, under or in connection with any PC
     Insurance Policies, or under or in connection with any agreements or settlements,
     including but not limited to, the Agreement Concerning Asbestos-Related Claims dated
     June 19, 1985 (commonly referred to as the "Wellington Agreement"). Provided,
     however, that this release shall not release remaining obligations, if any, of Pittsburgh
     Corning under a Pre-1981 PC Settlement Agreement aswith respect to the policies with
     remaining payment obligations listed inon Schedule H to the Trust Funding Agreement,
     or a PCC Insurance Settlement Agreement.

6.   Pittsburgh Corning, on its own behalf and on behalf of its successors, subsidiaries,
     Reorganized PCC, and their respective past and present officers, directors, employees,
     agents and attorneys, in their capacity as such, but not in their capacity as officers,
     directors, employees, agents and attorneys of PPG and/or Corning, covenants, represents,
     warrants, and agrees that itthey will not assert, submit, make, tender, pursue, file, initiate,
     or maintain any claim, action, suit, or proceeding, or in any way seek insurance coverage
     or payment for any PC Asbestos Claim from any Participating Insurer, except as is
     provided in any Pre-1981 PC Settlement Agreement with respect to the policies with
     remaining payment obligations listed on Schedule H to the Trust Funding Agreement, or
     for remaining payment obligations in any PCC Insurance Settlement Agreement. This




                                              -4-
         Agreement shall be a complete answer and defense to any such claim, action, suit or
         proceeding.

7.       Each Participating Insurer covenants, represents, warrants, and agrees that it will not
         assert, submit, make, tender, pursue, file, initiate, or maintain any claim, action, suit, or
         proceeding, relating to insurance coverage or payment for any PC Asbestos Claim from
         Pittsburgh Corning, except as is provided in any Pre-1981 PC Settlement Agreement with
         respect to the policies with remaining payment obligations listed on Schedule H to the
         Trust Funding Agreement, or in any PCC Insurance Settlement Agreement. This
         Agreement shall be a complete answer and defense to any such claim, action, suit or
         proceeding.

8.       Any Participating Insurer that filed a proof of claim in the Bankruptcy Court shall
         promptly withdraw such proof of claim after this Agreement becomes effective.

9.       This Agreement shall become effective on the Funding Effective Date.

          IN WITNESS WHEREOF, and intending to be legally bound hereby, the parties hereto
      set forth their hands on the dates indicated.

Pittsburgh Corning Corporation


By:


Title:


Date:


PPG Industries, Inc.


By:


Title:


Date:

Agricultural Insurance Company


By:




                                                 -5-
Title:


Date:


Allianz Global Risks US Insurance Company, formerly known as Allianz Insurance Company




By:


Title:


Date:


Allianz Underwriters Insurance Company, formerly known as Allianz Underwriters, Inc.


By:


Title:


Date:


Allstate Insurance Company, solely as successor in interest to Northbrook Excess and Surplus Insurance
Company, formerly Northbrook Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:


AIG Technical ServicesDomestic Claims, Inc., as authorized agent for AIU Insurance Company, American
Home Assurance Company, AIG Casualty Company (fka Birmingham Fire Insurance Company), Granite State
Insurance Company (except as to policy nos. SCLD 8093287 and SCLD 8093346), Insurance Company of
the State of Pennsylvania, Landmark Insurance Company, Lexington Insurance Company, Lexington Insurance
Company, Ltd., and National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, PA



                                                 -6-
By:


Title:

Date:
American International Underwriters as authorized agent for AIU Insurance Company and
Granite State insurance Company (only as to policy nos. SCLD 8093287 and SCLD 8093346)

Date:


By:

Title:

Date:

The American Insurance Company/Fireman'’s Fund Insurance Company




By:


Title:


Date:


Munich Re America, Inc., formerly known as American Re-Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:


Associated International Insurance Company




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Title:


Date:


Century Indemnity Company as successor to CCI Insurance Company, as successor to Insurance
Company of North America and as successor to Cigna Specialty Insurance Company (formerly
known as California Union Insurance Company) and as successor to CCI Insurance Company, as
successor to Indemnity Insurance Company of North America
By:

Title:

Date:

CNA Reinsurance Company Limited


By:


Title:


Date:




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Columbia Casualty Company


By:


Title:


Date:


Continental Casualty Company


By:


Title:


Date:


The Continental Insurance Company, for itself, and as successor in interest to Harbor Insurance Company, and as
successor in interest to London Guarantee & Accident Company of New York


By:


Title:


Date:


Evanston Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:




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Executive Risk Indemnity Inc., as successor to American Excess Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:


Federal Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:
Fidelity & Casualty Company

By:

Title:

Date:



First State Insurance Company




By:


Title:


Date:




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Hartford Accident &and Indemnity Company


By:


Title:


Date:




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Hudson Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:


TIG Insurance Company, as successor to International Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:


New Hampshire Insurance Company, Ltd.


By:


Title:


Date:


Old Republic Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:




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Pacific Employers Insurance Company

By:

Title:

Date:



Riunione Adriatica di Sicurta


By:


Title:


Date:


Royal IndemnityRLI Insurance Company


By:


Title:




Date:




Arrowood Indemnity Company, As Successor to Royal Indemnity Company



By:


Title:




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St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company


By:


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Date:




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Transport Insurance Company


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Title:


Date:


Travelers Casualty &and Surety Company


By:


Title:


Date:




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The Travelers Indemnity Company/The Travelers Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:


Twin City Fire Insurance Company


By:


Title:




Date:




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Unionamerica Insurance Company Limited, for itself and as successor-in-interest to St. Paul Travelers Insurance

Company Limited (formerly known as St. Katherine Insurance Company Limited)



By:


Title:


Date:


United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company


By:


Title:


Date:


United States Fire Insurance Company


By:


Title:


Date:
Westchester Fire Insurance Company as to certain policies issued by United States Fire
Insurance Company and International Insurance Company, listed as "Westchester/U.S Fire" and
'Westchester /International"
By:

Title:

Date:




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Westport Insurance Corporation (f/k/a Puritan Insurance Company, f/k/a The Manhattan Fire and Marine

Insurance Company)




By:


Title:


Date:




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Zurich American Insurance Company, as successor in interest by operation of law to Zurich Insurance Company
(U.S. Branch) and Zurich General Accident and Liability Insurance Company Ltd.


By:


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Date:


Zurich International (Bermuda) Ltd.


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                                      SCHEDULE H
      TO THE TRUST FUNDING AGREEMENT IN CONNECTION WITH THE
     PITTSBURGH CORNING CORPORATION PLAN OF REORGANIZATION,
     AMONG PPG INDUSTRIES, INC., ITS PARTICIPATING INSURERS, THE
     OFFICIAL COMMITTEE OF UNSECURED ASBESTOS CREDITORS, AND
      LAWRENCE FITZPATRICK, LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR FUTURE
                             CLAIMANTS

                                      International Surplus
                        Insurer                        Policy Nos.
 International Surplus Lines Insurance Company          XSI-6268**


                                             Allianz
                        Insurer                         Policy Nos.
 Allianz Underwriters, Inc.                             AUX 5200138**


                                            Westport
                        Insurer                         Policy Nos.
 Westport Insurance Company                             ML 652460


                                  Associated International
                        Insurer                         Policy Nos.
 Associated International Insurance Company             AEL 00242C
                                                       AEL 00242C (renewal)**


                                              INA
                        Insurer                         Policy Nos.
 Insurance Company of North America                     XCP 14377**
 California Union Insurance Company                     ZCX 004170**


                                       American Excess
                        Insurer                         Policy Nos.
 American Excess Insurance Company                      EUL 5079966**


                                             Harbor
                        Insurer                         Policy Nos.
 Harbor Insurance Company                               134946**


                                           Evanston
                        Insurer                         Policy Nos.
 Evanston Insurance Company                             EX 10308


                                              AIG
                        Insurer                         Policy Nos.
 Birmingham Fire                                        SE 6073681**
                                                       SE 6073682**
                                                       SE 6073523
                                                       SE 6073542
                                                       SE 6073524
                                                       SE 6073671



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                                                       SE 60736726073542

AIU                                                    75-102429**
                                                       75-102430**
                                                       75-101136
                                                       75-101137
                                                       75-101138
                                                       75-101139
                                                       75-102426
                                                       75-101127
                                                       75-101128

National Union                                         991-03-44** (layer excess $246 million)
                                                       978-23-05
                                                       978-23-06
                                                       991-03045
                                                       991-03-44

Granite State                                          6180-2468**
                                                       6180-2469**
                                                       6179-1444
                                                       6179-1445
                                                       6180-2467

 Lexington-London                                       No. 79-14758-25 (551-4368)
                                                        (only 1980-81 limit not paid)**


Landmark                                               FE 4001046


                                           Employers Mutual
                       Insurer                          Policy Nos.
 Employers Mutual                                       MMO-70907
                                                       MMO-71430


                                                 F&C
                       Insurer                          Policy Nos.
 Fidelity & Casualty Company of New York                P227250**
                                                       P228744**
                                                       XP 9520**
                                                       XP 9522**
                                                       XP 20566**
                                                       XP 20675**
                                                       XP 25934**
                                                       XP 85560**
                                                       XP 89611**
                                                       XP 89491**
                                                       XP 251356**
                                                       XP 251357**




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                                                        XP 329205**


                                            Gibraltar
                         Insurer                         Policy Nos.
 Gibraltar Casualty Company                              GMX 00670
                                                        GMX 00671
                                                        GMX 00672


                                              Home
                         Insurer                         Policy Nos.
 Home Insurance Company                                  HEC 9902939**
                                                        HEC 9902938


                                           Northbrook
                         Insurer                         Policy Nos.
 Northbrook                                              63-006-935**
                                                        63-006-936


                                          Prudential Re
                         Insurer                         Policy Nos.
 Prudential Reinsurance Company                          DXC DX 1506


                                              Zurich
                         Insurer                         Policy Nos.
 Zurich                                                  89-28-382
                                                         89-33-329


                                         London Market
                         Insurer                         Policy Nos.
 Underwriters, Lloyd's                                   79-14758-25
Tokio Marine
Taisho Marine
Allianz
Storebrand
Dominion
Camat
Yashuda Fire & Marine
Terra Nova

Underwriters, Lloyd's                                   80-14758-27
Stronghold
Camat


                                          Great Atlantic
                         Insurer                         Policy Nos.
 Great Atlantic                                          UL 3122


                              Pennsylvania Insurance Guaranty Ass'n.
                         Insurer                         Policy Nos.
 Midland                                                 152025
Midland                                                 152493
Midland                                                 160118
Midland                                                 XL 147572
Midland                                                 XL 706714



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Midland                                          XL 706708

Integrity                                        XL 200287
Integrity                                        XL 200287
Integrity                                        XL 200698
Integrity                                        XL 201326
Integrity                                        XL 200698
Integrity                                        XL 201728
Integrity                                        XL 201728
Integrity                                        XL 201729
Integrity                                        XL 201326
Integrity                                        XL 201706

Union Indemnity                                  UF 1100055
Union Indemnity                                  UF 1100164

Ideal Mutual                                     0060


                                     Transit Casualty
                     Insurer                      Policy Nos.


Transit                                          SCU 955-253
Transit                                          SCU 955-254
Transit                                          SCU 955-591
Transit                                          SCU 955-592
Transit                                          SCU 955-593


                               KWELM/Bermuda Fire & Marine
                                Other London Insolvencies
                     Insurer                      Policy Nos.


 Walbrook                                     72-14758-3
                                            72-14758-4
                                            72-14758-5
                                            76-14758-6
                                            76-14758-7
                                            76-14758-8
                                            77-14758-11 (77-06-16-05)
                                            77-14758-12 (77-06-16-05A)
                                            78-14758-14
                                            78-14758-16
                                            78-14858-19
                                            78-14758-20
                                            79-14758-24
                                            79-14758-26

Mutual Re                                   76-14758-6
                                            76-14758-7
                                            76-14758-8
                                            77-14758-11 (77-06-16-05)
                                            77-14758-12 (77-06-16-05A)

Dart Ins. Co. Ltd.                          77-14758-11 (77-06-16-05)
                                            77-14758-12 (77-06-16-05A)




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Bermuda Fire & Marine                     76-14758-6
                                          76-14758-7
                                          78-14758-8
                                          77-14758-11 (77-06-16-05)
                                          77-14758-12 (77-06-16-05A)
                                          78-14758-16
                                          78-14758-19
                                          79-14758-24
                                          79-14758-24A


                              Other London Insolvencies
                    Insurer                Policy Nos.
 Sovereign                                      78-14758-21
                                                79-14758-25

Slater                                        76-14758-7

Mentor                                        76-14758-6
                                              76-14758-8
                                              77-14758-11
                                              78-14758-15
                                              78-14758-22
                                              79-14758-23
                                              79-14758-25

North Atlantic                                76-14758-6
                                              77-14758-11
                                              78-14758-16
                                              78-14758-19
                                              79-14758-24
                                              79-14758-27

Bellefonte                                    76-14758-6
                                              76-14758-7
                                              78-14758-14
                                              79-14758-24
                                              79-14758-27




 **DENOTES THOSE POLICIES ISSUED BY PARTICIPATING INSURERS
WITH REMAINING PAYMENT OBLIGATIONS PURSUANT TO A SETTLEMENT
AGREEMENT REACHED BETWEEN PITTSBURGH CORNING AND THE
 PARTICIPATING INSURER




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                                            SCHEDULE I
    TO THE TRUST FUNDING AGREEMENT IN CONNECTION WITH THE PITTSBURGH CORNING
        CORPORATION PLAN OF REORGANIZATION, AMONG PPG INDUSTRIES, INC., ITS
      PARTICIPATING INSURERS, THE OFFICIAL COMMITTEE OF UNSECURED ASBESTOS
      CREDITORS, AND LAWRENCE FITZPATRICK, LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR FUTURE
                                    CLAIMANTS

 American Finishes S.A.
Asahi-Penn Chemical Company, Limited
Barrier Chemicals Pty Ltd.
Boussois, S.A.
Brown Brothers Distribution Limited (formerly MaxMeyer (UK) Limited)
Casco Nobel Scandinavian Refinish
Chemfil Canada Limited
Cristal Laminado o Templado, S.A. de C.V.
Dongju Industrial Co., Ltd.
Duplate Canada Inc.
ICI Canada OEM BusinessFaaber Paints Private Limited
ICI European CoilCanada OEM Business
Industrie Vernici Italiane (IV)(Italy)ICI European Coil
Industrie Vernici Italiane (IV) (Italy)
International Paint PLC
JPN Chemical Co., Ltd.
Lackwerke Wulfing GmbH & Co. (Germany)
Ladywood Business Group of International Paint PLCPlc (UK)
JPN Chemical Co., Ltd.
Lackwerke Wulfing Gmbh (Germany)
Ladywood Bus. Group of Interntl. Paint Pic (UK)
Lianji Chemical Industry Co., Ltd.
Malor Auto-Glass Limited
MaxMeyer (UK) Ltd.
MaxMeyer Car Deutschland GmbH
MaxMeyer Iberica SA
Peinture Corona
Phillips Paint Products Ltd.
Pinturas Iberica Pittsburgh (PPI)(Spain)Porter Paint Company
 PPG Coatings (Tianjin) Co. Ltd (formerly PPG Auto
 Coatings (Tianjin))
PPG Auto Refinish AG (formerly MaxMeyer Car (Suisse) AG)
PPG BeckersBecker Handelsbolag
PPG Coatings (Hong Kong) Co., Limited
PPG Coatings (Tianjin) Co., Ltd. (formerly PPG Auto motive Coatings (Tianjin))
PPG Coatings B.V. (formerly BASF Coatings B.V.)
PPG Coatings (Guangzhou) Company, Ltd.
PPG Coatings (Guangzhou) Company, Ltd.
PPG Coatings (Suzhou) Company Ltd.
PPG Coatings (Wuhu) Company, Ltd.
PPG Coatings (Zhangjiagang) Co., Ltd.
PPG Daihan Packaging Coatings
PPG-Feng Tai Company, Limited (formerly Bowenie Limited)
PPG Hellas S.A. (formerly MaxMeyer Hellas S.A.)
PPG-Hoi Tung Co., Limited
PPG Holding SAS (formerly A.I.V. SARL (also La Vitrage Isolar))
PPG Iberica, S.A. (formerly Pinturas Pittsburgh Iberica, S.A.)



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PPG HellasIberica Sales & Services, S.AL. (formerly MaxMeyer HellasIberica SA)
PPG Hoi TungIndia Private Limited
 PPG Holdings SARL (formerly A.I.V. SARL (also La Vitrage Isolar))
PPG Iberica S.A. (formerly Pinturas Pittsburgh Iberica S.A.)
PPG Industries (UK) Limited (formerly PPG Glass Fibres Limited, formerly Poplar Limited)
PPG Industries Belgium SANVBVBA (formerly PPG Glasexco S.A.)
PPG Industries de Mexico, S.A. de C.V. (formerly Pinturas Pittsburgh de Mexico S.A.)
PPG Industries Fiber Glass B.V. (formerly Silenka B.V.)
PPG Industries France SAS (formerly S.A. Peintures Corona)
PPG Industries Kimya Sanayi Ve Ticaret Anonim Sirketi (formerly Alpin Oto Yan Sanayi ve Ticaret A.S.)
PPG Industries Lacke GmbH(Korea) Inc. (formerly Gastechnik GmbHDongju Industrial Co., Ltd.)
PPG Industries Lacke GmbH (formerly Glastechnik GmbH)
PPG Industries Lackfabrik GmbH
PPG-Nanchang Chemical Company, Ltd.
PPG Packaging Belgium SANV (formerly International Paint Industrial Coatings SANV)
PPG Paints Trading (Shanhai) Co., Ltd. (Formerly ICI Swire Paints Trading (Shanghai) Company, Limited)
PPG Services (Shanghai) Co. Ltd.
PPG Sinoma Jinjing Fiber Glass Co., Limited (a Hong Kong company)
PPG Sinoma Jinjing Fiber Glass Company Ltd. (a China company)
PPG Sinoma Jinjing Fiber Glass Trading Company, Ltd.
PRC-DeSoto International, Inc.
Protec Pty Ltd
PT. PPG Indonesia
Shinnikka PPG Co., Ltd.
Sigmakalon Group
PPG-Feng Tai Company, Limited (formerly Bowenie Limited)
 PPG-Nanchang Chemical Company, Ltd.
Shinnikka-PPGSolarlens Co., Ltd.
Taiwan Chlorine Industries Ltd.
Tatung Coatings Co.
T-Glass Fibres Limited
VFG-Sudamtex, C.A.
VIMAXCO Inc.




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                                          SCHEDULE J

    TO THE TRUST FUNDING AGREEMENT IN CONNECTION WITH THE PITTSBURGH
  CORNING CORPORATION PLAN OF REORGANIZATION, AMONG PPG INDUSTRIES,
   INC., ITS PARTICIPATING INSURERS, THE OFFICIAL COMMITTEE OF UNSECURED
  ASBESTOS CREDITORS, AND LAWRENCE FITZPATRICK, LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE
                             FOR FUTURE CLAIMANTS


                                                                        A.M. BEST RATING
                                                                        AS OF AUGUST 18,
 INSURER                                                                2003

 The Travelers Indemnity Company, Travelers Insurance Company, and      A++
 Travelers Casualty and Surety Company
 St. Katherine Insurance Company Limited /Unionamerica Insurance
 Company Limited

 Hartford Accident and Indemnity Company                                A+
Riunione Adriatica di Sicurta                                        A++
 Westchester Fire Insurance Company as to certain policies issued by    A
 International Insurance Company and United States Fire Insurance
 Company
Century Indemnity Company as successor to Cigna Specialty Insurance    B+
Company (formerly known as California Union Insurance Company)*
 Century Indemnity Company as successor to CCI Insurance Company, as    B+
 successor to Insurance Company of North America and Indemntiy
 Insurance Company of North America*

 Pacific Employers Insurance Company*                                       A
Agricultural Insurance Company                                         A
AIU Insurance Company                                                  A++
American Home Assurance Company                                        A++
AIG Casualty Company (fka Birmingham Fire Insurance Company)           A++
Granite State Insurance Company                                        A++
Insurance Company of the State of Pennsylvania                         A++
Landmark Insurance Company                                             A++
Lexington Insurance Company                                            A++
Lexington Insurance Company, Ltd. (London)                             N/A
New Hampshire Insurance Company                                        N/A
National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, PA                A++
  Allianz Global Risks US Insurance Company (f/k/a Allianz Insurance    A++
  Company) & Allianz Underwriters Insurance Company (f/k/a Allianz
  Underwriters, Inc.)
 Munich Re America, Inc. formerly known as American Re-Insurance        A++
 Company
 Associated International Insurance Company                             A
Federal Insurance Company                                              A++
 Executive Risk Indemnity Inc., as successor to American Excess         N/A
 Insurance Company**

 CNA - Fidelity & Casualty Company of New York                          A
Columbia Casualty Company                                              A
The Continental Insurance Company                                      A
Continental Casualty Company                                           A




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 The Continental Insurance Company, as successor in interest to Harbor        A
 Insurance Company***

 CNA Reinsurance Company Limited                                              B+
American Insurance Company/Fireman's Fund Insurance Company                  A
Evanston Insurance Company                                                   A
First State Insurance Company                                                B+
Twin City Fire Insurance Company                                             A+
Hudson Insurance Company                                                     A
TIG Insurance Company
 The Continental Insurance Company, as successor in interest to London        N/A
 Guarantee & Accident Company of New York

 Allstate Insurance Company, solely as successor in interest to               A+
 Northbrook Excess and Surplus Insurance Company, formerly
 Northbrook Insurance Company
 Old Republic Insurance Company                                               A
 Westport Insurance Corporation (f/k/a Puritan Insurance Company, f/k/a       A
 The Manhattan Fire and Marine Insurance Company)

Royal & SunAllianceArrowood Indemnity Company, as successor in interest N/A
to Royal Indemnity Company
  RLI Insurance Company
 Transport Insurance Company, as successor in interest to Transport           A
 Indemnity Company

 Zurich American Insurance Company, as successor by operation of law          A
 to Zurich General Accident and Liability and Zurich Insurance Company
 (U.S. Branch)
 Zurich International (Bermuda) Ltd.                                          A
United States Fire Insurance Company                                         B++
The KWELMB Companies                                                           N/A



 * Pursuant to Section IV.D of this Agreement, cover is provided for these
 companies by National Indemnity Company, an Entity with an A.M. Best
 Rating of A++ as of August 18, 2003

 ** Cover is provided for this company by American Re-Insurance
 Company, an Entity with an A.M. Best rating of A++ as of August 18,
 2003

 *** As predecessor-in-interest to Continental Insurance




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                                    SCHEDULE K

      TO THE TRUST FUNDING AGREEMENT IN CONNECTION WITH THE
     PITTSBURGH CORNING CORPORATION PLAN OF REORGANIZATION,
     AMONG PPG INDUSTRIES, INC., ITS PARTICIPATING INSURERS, THE
     OFFICIAL COMMITTEE OF UNSECURED ASBESTOS CREDITORS, AND
      LAWRENCE FITZPATRICK, LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR FUTURE
                             CLAIMANTS

 Insolvent Insurers                           Policy No.         Inception Date


 Great Atlantic Insurance Company             UL 3122             07/01/1980
Great Atlantic Insurance Company             UL 3892              07/01/1981
Great Atlantic Insurance Company             UL 4438              07/01/1982

Ideal Mutual                                 74                   07/01/1981
Ideal Mutual                                 113                  07/01/1982
Ideal Mutual                                 168                  07/01/1983

Integrity Insurance Company                  XL 200287            07/01/1978
Integrity Insurance Company                  XL 200698            07/01/1979
Integrity Insurance Company                  XL 201326            07/01/1979
Integrity Insurance Company                  XL 201706            07/01/1980
Integrity Insurance Company                  XL 201728            07/01/1980
Integrity Insurance Company                  XL 201729            07/01/1980
Integrity Insurance Company                  XL 203263            07/01/1981
Integrity Insurance Company                  XL 203304            07/01/1981
Integrity Insurance Company                  XL 206348            07/01/1982
Integrity Insurance Company                  XL 206414            07/01/1982
Integrity Insurance Company                  XL 207353            07/01/1983
Integrity Insurance Company                  XL 207366            07/01/1983
Integrity Insurance Company                  XL 208563            07/01/1984
Integrity Insurance Company                  XL 208087            07/01/1985

Midland Insurance Company                    XL 1414              02/11/1971
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 111017000272-5    12/01/1972
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 111017000372-3    12/01/1972
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 151858            07/01/1976
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 151883            07/01/1976
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 152025            11/15/1976
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 152493            07/01/1977
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 160118            07/01/1978
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 147572            07/01/1979
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 706708            07/01/1980
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 706714            07/01/1980
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 724470            07/01/1981
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 724471            07/01/1981
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 724472            07/01/1981
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 724473            07/01/1981
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 724474            07/01/1981
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 739593            07/01/1982
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 739594            07/01/1982
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 739595            07/01/1982
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 739596            07/01/1982
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 739597            07/01/1982
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 748963            07/01/1983
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 748964            07/01/1983
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 748965            07/01/1983
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 748966            07/01/1983
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 748967            07/01/1983
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 770354            07/01/1984
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 770355            07/01/1984
Midland Insurance Company                    XL 770356            07/01/1984




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Midland Insurance Company                       XL 770357          07/01/1984

Mission National Insurance Company              MN O33486          07/01/1984

Transit Casualty Company                        SCU 955-252        07/01/1979
Transit Casualty Company                        SCU 955-253        07/01/1979
Transit Casualty Company                        SCU 955-254        07/01/1979
Transit Casualty Company                        SCU 955-591        07/01/1980
Transit Casualty Company                        SCU 955-592        07/01/1980
Transit Casualty Company                        SCU 955-593        07/01/1980
Transit Casualty Company                        SCU 955-994        07/01/1981
Transit Casualty Company                        SCU 955-995        07/01/1981
Transit Casualty Company                        SCU 955-996        07/01/1981
Transit Casualty Company                        SCU 956-275        07/01/1982
Transit Casualty Company                        SCU 956-276        07/01/1982
Transit Casualty Company                        SCU 956-277        07/01/1982
Transit Casualty Company                        SCU 956-572        07/01/1983
Transit Casualty Company                        SCU 956-573        07/01/1983
Transit Casualty Company                        SCU 956-574        07/01/1983
Transit Casualty Company                        SCU 956-898        07/01/1984
Transit Casualty Company                        SCU 956-899        07/01/1984

Union Indemnity Insurance Company of New York   UF11 00 055        07/01/1978
Union Indemnity Insurance Company of New York   UF11 00 164        08/15/1979

Western Employers Insurance Company             EX 10-0784-10335   07/01/1984

 The Home Insurance Company                      9557543           10/18/1966
The Home Insurance Company                      9557543            07/01/1967
The Home Insurance Company                      9558694            07/01/1968
The Home Insurance Company                      9557543            07/01/1968
The Home Insurance Company                      9305333            07/01/1969
The Home Insurance Company                      9557543            07/01/1969
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 9792620        07/24/1970
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 9791920        07/24/1970
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 9792620        07/24/1970
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 9791920        07/24/1970
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 4345655        09/01/1972
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 4356744        12/01/1972
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 4345655        07/01/1973
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 4356744        09/24/1973
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 4345655        07/01/1974
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 4356744        09/24/1973
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC4495662         02/11/1974
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 4345655        07/01/1975
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 4356744        09/24/1973
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC4495662         02/11/1974
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 9346425        07/01/1976
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 4495662        07/01/1976
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 9531434        07/01/1977
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 9531441        07/01/1977
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 9631887        07/01/1978
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 9631886        07/01/1978
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 9690154        07/01/1978
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 9875476        07/01/1979
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 9875477        07/01/1979
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 9875478        07/01/1979
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 9902937        07/01/1980
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 9902938        07/01/1980
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 9902939        07/01/1980
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 9903575        07/01/1981
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 9903576        07/01/1981
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 9903577        07/01/1981
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 9903609        07/01/1982
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 9903610        07/01/1982
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 9903611        07/01/1982
The Home Insurance Company                      HEC 9903612        07/01/1982




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The Home Insurance Company                           HEC 9903609              07/01/1983
The Home Insurance Company                           HEC 9903610              07/01/1983
The Home Insurance Company                           HEC 9903611              07/01/1983
The Home Insurance Company                           HEC 9903612              07/01/1983
The Home Insurance Company                           HXL-1574572              07/01/1984
The Home Insurance Company                           HXL-1574573              07/01/1984

 Certain London Companies (see Note below)            70 14758 1              07/24/1970
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          76 14758 6               07/01/1976
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          76 14758 7               07/01/1976
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          76 14758 8               07/01/1976
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          77 14758 11              07/01/1977
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          77 14758 13              07/01/1977
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          78 14758 15              07/01/1978
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          78 14758 16              07/01/1978
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          78 14758 19              07/01/1978
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          78 14758 21              10/01/1978
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          78 14758 22              07/01/1978
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          79 14758 23              07/01/1979
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          79 14758 24              07/01/1979
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          79 14758 25              07/01/1979
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          79 14758 27              08/15/1979
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          80 14758 28              07/01/1980
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          81 14758 29              07/01/1981
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          81 14758 30              07/01/1981
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          81 14758 31              07/01/1981
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          81 14758 33              07/01/1981
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          81 14758 34              07/01/1981
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          82 14758 36              07/01/1982
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          82 14758 37              07/01/1982
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          84 14758 39              07/01/1984
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          84 14758 40              07/01/1984
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          84 14758 41              07/01/1984
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          85 14758 44              07/01/1985
Certain London Companies (see   Note below)          85 14758 45              07/01/1985


 Note. TheThese policies have participation by the following insolvent London Companies in
 the policies identified above is being assigned to the Asbestos PI Trust pursuant to the
 Insurance Proceeds Assignment Agreement, including the following:
 Andrew Weir Ins. Co. Ltd.
British National Ins. Co. Ltd.
British National Life Ins. Society Ltd.
Brittany Ins. Co. Ltd.
Mentor Ins. Co. (UK) Ltd.
North Atlantic Ins. Co. Ltd.
Slater, Walker Ins. Co. Ltd.
Sovereign Marine & General Ins. Co. Ltd.




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