Seeking out some words from the wise

Seeking out some words from the wise

Hello, my name is Stacia and I graduated from the University of Oklahoma in May of 2015 with an industrial and systems engineering degree. I interned with Williams in Tulsa in the summer of 2014 and started working full-time as a reliability engineer immediately following my graduation. I currently work in the Oklahoma City office. … Continue reading Seeking out some words from the wise

Rockaway community organizations benefit from $124,000 in grants

Rockaway community organizations benefit from $124,000 in grants

Local emergency services, community, educational and environmental initiatives are benefiting from more than $124,000 in grants distributed to community organizations that reside in, and /or provide services to Rockaway, N.Y. and the surrounding area. Williams recently announced the latest recipients of the Rockaway Community Grant Program, awarding grants up to $15,000 each to 25 local … Continue reading Rockaway community organizations benefit from $124,000 in grants

How natural gas pipelines are giving consumers the “power to save”

How natural gas pipelines are giving consumers the “power to save”

Whether they use electricity or propane, or their homes and businesses are directly linked to natural gas, consumers are benefiting from the robust supply of reliable, affordable and environmentally responsible natural gas produced by companies like Cabot Oil and Gas Corporation in the northeast United States. As explained in the WNEP “Power to Save” piece, … Continue reading How natural gas pipelines are giving consumers the “power to save”

TBT: Iconic film documents Transco Pipeline’s historic beginning

TBT: Iconic film documents Transco Pipeline’s historic beginning

Famed filmmaker Bob Bailey was hired in 1951 to produce “Gift of the Earth” – an epic documentary telling the story of the planning and construction of the original Transco pipeline. The Gift of the Earth film is now archived as part of the Bob Bailey Collection at the Briscoe Center for American History at … Continue reading TBT: Iconic film documents Transco Pipeline’s historic beginning

Girls Rock Science sponsorship helps us build the most vital pipeline of all: A diverse talent pipeline

Girls Rock Science sponsorship helps us build the most vital pipeline of all: A diverse talent pipeline

For more than 100 years, Williams has been a leading designer, builder and operator of vital natural gas pipelines and other energy infrastructure. We’re deeply invested in Pennsylvania, and with a regional headquarters in Pittsburgh and field offices in Fayette, Susquehanna and Bradford counties, our Pennsylvania operations directly employ about 630 people. At Williams, we … Continue reading Girls Rock Science sponsorship helps us build the most vital pipeline of all: A diverse talent pipeline

Shale revolution keeps growing

Shale revolution keeps growing

Author J. Winston Porter recently penned a column in the Corpus Christi Caller Times discussing the importance of our country’s new role as the world’s largest natural gas producer. Porter — an expert on environmental policy issues — explains how a vast and inexpensive supply of natural gas is reshaping how we generate electricity and attracting billions of … Continue reading Shale revolution keeps growing

‘Cue for a Cause: Williams holds 5th annual cook-off

‘Cue for a Cause: Williams holds 5th annual cook-off

At what’s becoming a tradition in September in northeast Pennsylvania, Williams held it’s 5th Annual Barbecue Cook-Off at Lazy Brook Park in Tunkhannock on Friday, September 9th. The event is held each year to raise funds for local chapters of the United Way and represents Williams’ commitment to supporting the communities where our employees live … Continue reading ‘Cue for a Cause: Williams holds 5th annual cook-off