Williams Supports Woofstock

Spending the day with furry friends in Montrose, Pa., Williams was very pleased support True Friends Animal Welfare Center’s annual Woofstock fundraiser. The shelter’s mission is to bring together a united community to protect the lives of homeless animals, and doing this great work requires the support of many friends and volunteers. The Woofstock event … Continue reading Williams Supports Woofstock

Williams’ Constitution Pipeline Supports Hometown Day’s 5K Race

  Constitution Pipeline was very pleased to sponsor the Susquehanna Hometown Day’s 5K race. Hometown Day events support the Susquehanna Community Development Association, which is dedicated to community and neighborhood renewal. The organization is made up of volunteers who help in all areas of community renewal and committees include: Parks & Rec, Garden Club, Events, Harvest … Continue reading Williams’ Constitution Pipeline Supports Hometown Day’s 5K Race

Low natural gas prices drive Pennsylvania’s electric power industry

In yesterday’s Scranton Times-Tribune, reporter Brendan Gibbons examines Pennsylvania natural gas prices and the effect they are having on the electric power industry. He writes: “Enormous gas production driven by horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing in the Marcellus Shale in Pennsylvania has turned U.S. gas markets upside down. Now, that seismic shift is spreading to … Continue reading Low natural gas prices drive Pennsylvania’s electric power industry

College Recruiting Round Table Part 3: Preparing for your Job Search

About the author: Bonnie and Meredith here! Welcome back for our third installment of the College Recruiting Roundtable. Be sure to check in with us here each month from now through the fall, as we talk about the ins and outs of the college recruiting process and what you can do to be best prepared … Continue reading College Recruiting Round Table Part 3: Preparing for your Job Search

Williams’ Constitution Pipeline Supports Local Park Maintenance

Constitution Pipeline recently provided a $10,000 grant to the Broome County Department of Parks and Recreation for the purchase of a new mower. The new Husqvarna mower will service the needs of Otsiningo Park, a major park located just north of Binghamton, N.Y., and home of the annual Spiedie Fest and Balloon Rally. The Constitution grant … Continue reading Williams’ Constitution Pipeline Supports Local Park Maintenance

New equipment makes it’s way to Moundsville

Surge vessel to improve operational performance Recently in Moundsville, W.Va., we received a new major piece of equipment at our Oak Grove natural gas processing facility. The 140-foot surge vessel (nearly half a football field in length) increases the reliability of our operation for our customers and drives greater shareholder value. What the Oak Grove … Continue reading New equipment makes it’s way to Moundsville