A 35-feet-tall glycol dehydrator has a new home at Lackawanna College’s School of Petroleum & Natural Gas. Williams provided the dehydrator as a gift to the school to help with training efforts. Williams has hired graduates from the School of Petroleum & Natural Gas every year since the program’s creation in 2009. The School of … Continue reading Dehydrator Delivered to Lackawanna College’s School of Petroleum & Natural Gas
Williams’ de-ethanizer tower has arrived at its new home at the Oak Grove processing facility in Moundsville, W.Va. We have many to thank, but a special ‘Thank You’ to Mandy Morris Crow of the West Virginia Department of Transportation who tweeted and updated Facebook as the tower made its way to our facility. Mandy, you … Continue reading Second De-ethanizer Tower Arrives at Oak Grove
The superload moving team is taking advantage of good weather to move the de-ethanizer tower toward Williams’ Oak Grove Processing facility. Today the tower will proceed from WV 88 to US250 and onto Fork Ridge Road. You can follow frequent updates from the West Virginia Department of transportation on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/WVDOT.
The Williams de-ethanizer tower has been parked for the night and WV 88 has been reopened. Williams’ contractor will begin the move towards Fork Ridge Road, also known as County Road 17, at 8:40 tomorrow morning.
Despite this morning’s chill, residents gathered to watch the Williams’ second de-ethanizer tower begin its journey from the Ben Wood rail yard to our Oak Grove processing facility on Fork Ridge Road. You can follow the progress of Williams’ de-ethanizer tower on West Virginia Department of Transportation Facebook page. Just go to www.facebook.com/WVDOT for frequent updates.
We’ve coordinated with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Deptartment, local utilities, the school transportation director and the West Virginia Deptartment of Highways, and everything is set for Williams’ second superload move. Like the last superload, we will move a 123 foot de-ethanizer tower from the Ben Wood rail yard to our Oak Grove Processing facility located on … Continue reading Second Superload Will Be On The Move This Weekend
On what would have been Fred Rogers’ 86th birthday, the United Way of Allegheny County (Pittsburgh, PA) thanked wonderful neighbors. Williams is proud to have been selected for the “Fred Rogers Good Neighbor Award for Excellence in Dedicated Long-term Volunteerism.” We strive to follow in the footsteps of Fred Rogers – with kindness and generosity … Continue reading Celebrating Fred Rogers’ 86th Birthday and Being a Good Neighbor
The first sections of the Constitution Pipeline began arriving in New York last week. The pipe is being stored at a rail yard located in Albany County. So far, about 3 miles of pipe has arrived (2.5% of the total), or 422 40-foot sections, each section weighing 6660 pounds. In total, the pipe yard will … Continue reading Made in America: More progress for Constitution Pipeline
It was an energy-filled day at the 4th Annual Fluid Power Challenge yesterday at the Carpenters Union Training Center in Pittsburgh. Williams employees worked with 25 teams of middle-school students from 15 Pittsburgh-area schools. The students learned about hydraulics and pneumatics to solve a real life engineering problem. We look forward to seeing the teams next month for … Continue reading Fourth Annual Fluid Power Challenge
The first sections of steel pipe planned to be used during the proposed construction of the Constitution Pipeline have been manufactured at a steel mill in Steelton, Pa. Dura-Bond Pipe of Export, Pa., has manufactured about 33 miles of 30-inch pipe. The pipe is currently being stored at Dura-Bond’s pipe yard in Pennsylvania. The pipe, … Continue reading First Steel Pipe for Constitution Pipeline Rolls Out of Pennsylvania Mill