Outdoor classroom creates learning opportunity for Maryland students

A unique partnership has created an outdoor classroom for elementary school students in Cecil County, Md., providing children an opportunity to learn about weather, water quality, runoff, biology, and recycling. This project, known as the Conowingo Elementary School Water Quality Retrofit Project, was partially funded by Williams as a part of mitigation to offset impacts … Continue reading Outdoor classroom creates learning opportunity for Maryland students

Five Valuable Things I’ve Learned as a Young Professional

About the Author: I’m Michelle. I grew up in Muskogee, Okla. and graduated from Oklahoma State University (Go Pokes!) with a degree in  Chemical Engineering in May of 2013. I interned with Williams during the summer of 2012 and started joined the company’s rotational  program in June of 2013. I recently relocated back to Tulsa, Okla. … Continue reading Five Valuable Things I’ve Learned as a Young Professional

Meeting Job Seekers in Montrose, PA

Many of our employees who work in Williams’ operations in the northeast are local hires. That’s why we were very pleased to participate in the first Montrose Chamber of Commerce Career Fair in Montrose, Pa. The event featured dozens of local and regional companies and organizations seeking to connect with job seekers in an afternoon … Continue reading Meeting Job Seekers in Montrose, PA

Talking compressed natural gas with NEPA first responders

Talking compressed natural gas with NEPA first responders

We recently hosted a series of training sessions for local first responders regarding Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) vehicles and CNG fueling stations. This was the first training of this kind in northeast Pennsylvania. There, we provided information to local volunteer firefighters and local police regarding CNG engines, vehicle components, fuel composition and how to respond to an incident involving a … Continue reading Talking compressed natural gas with NEPA first responders

The Only Failure in your Twenties is Inaction

The Only Failure in your Twenties is Inaction

About the Author: I’m Katie, a May 2015 graduate of the Colorado School of Mines with a degree in engineering with a mechanical specialty. I’m a Colorado native in my first year of the Engineering Development Program working as a Reliability Engineer in San Antonio, Texas. I interned with Williams in the summer of 2014 … Continue reading The Only Failure in your Twenties is Inaction

Fall Classic Clay Shoot Supports Lackawanna College

Fall Classic Clay Shoot Supports Lackawanna College

Williams was pleased to support and participate in Cabot’s 2015 Fall Classic Sporting Clay Tournament, a major fundraising event for Lackawanna College’s School of Petroleum and Natural Gas. The clay shoot, held at Hausmann’s Hidden Hollow in Friendsville, Pa., featured teams competing in a friendly sporting clay shoot. Hundreds of participants came out to break clays and support the … Continue reading Fall Classic Clay Shoot Supports Lackawanna College

Constitution Grant Makes a Difference for Northeast Pennsylvania Rail Trail

A recent grant from the Constitution Pipeline Community Grant Program to Rail-Trail Council of Northeast Pennsylvania for improvements and beautification of the Union Dale Trailhead, and trail improvements on a much-used parallel trail has paid off with visible dividends. Something that was impassable is now a place where the community can keep their bikes, sit and … Continue reading Constitution Grant Makes a Difference for Northeast Pennsylvania Rail Trail

Now airing – Williams Girls Rock Science ads on Pittsburgh’s KDKA

If you’ve watched KDKA this week, chances are good that you’ve seen some of our leaders appear in the Williams Girls Rock Science ads we recently wrote about. But if you’ve missed them, be sure to check them out below…and be sure not to miss the event at Carnegie Science Center this weekend!   Williams … Continue reading Now airing – Williams Girls Rock Science ads on Pittsburgh’s KDKA