It’s not too late to enter the 2016 Shale Gas Innovation Contest

It’s not too late to enter the 2016 Shale Gas Innovation Contest

Entrepreneurs and small businesses (companies with fewer than 250 employees) that are developing or that recently commercialized new products or services that could be employed at any point in the natural gas industry value chain are encouraged to enter the contest, which offers $80,000 in cash prizes split between the four chosen winners. Contestants must be … Continue reading It’s not too late to enter the 2016 Shale Gas Innovation Contest

Supporters of Constitution Pipeline rally for green light

Supporters of Constitution Pipeline rally for green light

Despite cold temperatures on Saturday, hundreds of supporters of the Constitution Pipeline rallied in Afton, New York to show their support for the proposed 125-mile interstate gas pipeline. The Joint Landowners Coalition of New York organized the event to demonstrate the significant level of support for the project. At the event, elected officials, businesses, landowners … Continue reading Supporters of Constitution Pipeline rally for green light

Williams braces for East Coast blizzard along Transco pipeline

Williams braces for East Coast blizzard along Transco pipeline

A monster snow storm is plowing toward the East Coast this weekend, triggering blizzard watches or warnings for some of nation’s largest cities. Communities in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast are expected to get hit the hardest by the winter weather. Washington D.C. is expecting blizzard conditions, while blizzard warnings are in effect for Philadelphia and … Continue reading Williams braces for East Coast blizzard along Transco pipeline

Pipelines to the past

Pipelines to the past

Jim Bloemker has been called the Indiana Jones of Williams. No, Jim isn’t an action hero. He is a Williams’ staff archeologist, responsible for coordinating cultural resource surveys in advance of new pipeline construction. Like true detectives, Jim and his team meticulously collect evidence of past human activity – historic or prehistoric relics such as … Continue reading Pipelines to the past

OKC employee honored at state capitol for youth mentoring

OKC employee honored at state capitol for youth mentoring

Williams employee Sam recently was honored during Oklahoma Mentor Day at the state Capitol for his work with students at Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School. Sam was selected to represent Williams’ partnership with the Oklahoma City school during the event, which comes during National Mentoring Month. Sam, CADD Systems Support III, was one of … Continue reading OKC employee honored at state capitol for youth mentoring

TBT: Williams employees win Route 66 Marathon Corporate Challenge

TBT: Williams employees win Route 66 Marathon Corporate Challenge

In our headquarters city of Tulsa, one of the community’s largest and most visible annual community events is the Williams Route 66 Marathon. And a fun part of the marathon is the Corporate Challenge, where Tulsa area companies and organizations are pitted against each other for annual bragging rights. The competition is judged by number … Continue reading TBT: Williams employees win Route 66 Marathon Corporate Challenge

Watch: How local contractors benefit from pipeline infrastructure

Watch: How local contractors benefit from pipeline infrastructure

Pennsylvania welding inspector Brandon Oltra talks about how local contractors benefit from pipeline infrastructure installation in his home state. Brandon is working on Williams’ Rock Springs pipeline project in Lancaster County, Pa., nearly 60 years after his grandfather worked on similar pipeline installations in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Additional pipe construction is planned in Lancaster as part of Williams’ Atlantic … Continue reading Watch: How local contractors benefit from pipeline infrastructure