Top Chef contest in West Virginia was a sweet (and spicy) celebration

Our stomachs were full and our hearts were happy after attending the Wetzel County Chamber of Commerce annual Celebration Dinner last week. We had so many reasons to celebrate – including another successful year for the Chamber – and what better way than by tasting foods from a variety of restaurants and cuisines. Six restaurants … Continue reading Top Chef contest in West Virginia was a sweet (and spicy) celebration

Safety and Environmental Stewardship in the Wild

Every once in a while you catch that perfect glimpse of what makes the northeast so special. This photo, taken in northeastern Pennsylvania by a member of Williams’ environmental team, reflects the precious natural environment in which we work. It reminds us of one of Williams’ Core Values and Beliefs: Safety and Environmental Stewardship: “We … Continue reading Safety and Environmental Stewardship in the Wild

First responders and Williams meet in NE PA to discuss Atlantic Sunrise Project

We enjoyed meeting with first responders from Wyoming and Luzerne Counties in northeast Pennsylvania. At this meeting, we shared information about partnering with first responders and held a training session about emergency response procedures and protocols. We also discussed Williams’ Atlantic Sunrise Project, an expansion to our company’s Transco pipeline that will connect the northeastern Marcellus … Continue reading First responders and Williams meet in NE PA to discuss Atlantic Sunrise Project

Transporting More Natural Gas Critical as Snow Falls, Heating Bills Rise

With more than two feet of snow on the ground and heating bills 30 percent higher than last year in many areas of the Northeast, the need for more U.S. natural gas infrastructure is clear. Constitution Pipeline will provide financial relief for millions of families, drive manufacturing job growth and strengthen local economies across New … Continue reading Transporting More Natural Gas Critical as Snow Falls, Heating Bills Rise

Shiny new floors at Scranton Cultural Center in PA courtesy of Williams

The Scranton Cultural Center (SCC)  in Scranton, Pa., is getting some well-deserved TLC with help from Williams. The SCC, which hosts a variety of events throughout the year, received a $2,500 donation toward refinishing the Grand Ballroom floor. Williams employee Vince recently submitted an application to our company’s Homegrown Giving program designed to help non-profit organizations in the communities … Continue reading Shiny new floors at Scranton Cultural Center in PA courtesy of Williams

For Williams Preparation Key as Winter Storm Targets Northeast

Millions of people in the Northeast are bracing for Winter Storm Juno, which threatens to become a major snowstorm this week with the potential for blizzard conditions and more than 2 feet of snow. While it is uncertain what effects the storm will have on the region, one thing that is certain is that Williams … Continue reading For Williams Preparation Key as Winter Storm Targets Northeast

Great turnout for NY DEC meetings this month

Thank you to everybody who came out to the hearings with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation earlier this month. We were very impressed with the great turnout at these meetings everybody’s willingness to participate in the discussion. The NY DEC hearings were for the water body crossings permits. This was a forum … Continue reading Great turnout for NY DEC meetings this month

Making progress on Rockaway construction

We have tons of hustle and bustle going on at the Rockaway Lateral Project construction site in New York. The project team and construction crews are working hard to get us closer to connecting Williams’ Transco pipeline to the Rockaway Peninsula in the next few months. Some of our employees recently visited the future site of a compressor station that … Continue reading Making progress on Rockaway construction