Williams’ legacy of giving echos spirit of #GivingTuesday

Williams’ legacy of giving echos spirit of #GivingTuesday

“You should never miss an opportunity to do something good or make a positive impact.” Williams and its employees take this adage to heart, and #GivingTuesday is a perfect fit with the Williams giving spirit. Celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving and the widely recognized shopping events Black Friday and Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday kicks off … Continue reading Williams’ legacy of giving echos spirit of #GivingTuesday

Thankful for a warm home and affordable natural gas

Thankful for a warm home and affordable natural gas

I woke up Saturday morning to a very chilly house. Apparently the 2002 furnace that limped through last winter is having issues again. We received estimates last December to replace the furnace, but with a little maintenance, it somehow survived. With my husband on a hunting trip, it was up to me to work things … Continue reading Thankful for a warm home and affordable natural gas

Rodeo tests skill and speed of op tech cowboy

Rodeo tests skill and speed of op tech cowboy

By day, Joe James performs calibrations and checks plates on natural gas measurement equipment as an operations technician for Williams. On the weekends – mostly in the summer months – he’s roping calves at rodeos throughout the Rocky Mountains competing in tie-down roping events. This year, Joe qualified for the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association’s Mountain … Continue reading Rodeo tests skill and speed of op tech cowboy

Bloomberg: U.S. on track to export record volume of shale gas

Bloomberg: U.S. on track to export record volume of shale gas

According to a recent Bloomberg article, the U.S. is set to export a record number of cargoes of shale gas this month. Reporter Jim Polson notes that nine liquefied natural gas tankers have departed or are scheduled to leave Cheniere Energy Inc.’s Sabine Pass terminal in November, already the most for any month since exports began … Continue reading Bloomberg: U.S. on track to export record volume of shale gas

Williams Route 66 Marathon is more than a race for these employees

Williams Route 66 Marathon is more than a race for these employees

For many employees, the Williams Route 66 Marathon is more than a work event. It’s a family affair. Sherylen Booth will participate this year with her husband and two sons. They’ll be in several different races but all running with the same goal: to do their best while having a good time. “My eight-year-old Simon and … Continue reading Williams Route 66 Marathon is more than a race for these employees

Honoring our veterans on Veterans Day

Honoring our veterans on Veterans Day

On this Veterans Day, Williams honors all employees who serve or have served our country in the armed forces. Williams values the experience, discipline and skill set that comes from serving in the military, said Paul Boyett, director, Talent Acquisition. “About one in 10 Williams employees is a military veteran, and Williams thanks them for … Continue reading Honoring our veterans on Veterans Day

A collaborative path to environmental stewardship

A collaborative path to environmental stewardship

Williams Project Director Chris Springer discusses the importance of collaboration and environmental stewardship in a recent blog post featured on the Conservation Fund’s website. The Conservation Fund is a national nonprofit dedicated to finding conservation solutions that balance environmental and economic needs. A great example of environmental collaboration occurred when Williams partnered with The Conservation Fund in … Continue reading A collaborative path to environmental stewardship

More natural gas critical for New York City’s sustainable future

More natural gas critical for New York City’s sustainable future

Breathe easy: New York City’s air quality has reached the cleanest levels in more than 50 years, thanks in large part to natural gas. New York City’s natural gas consumption is climbing as the city continues to phase out the use of heavy fuel oils. Since 2008, more than 4,000 buildings converted to cleaner heating sources … Continue reading More natural gas critical for New York City’s sustainable future

Williams’ employees are STEM award-winners in the Four Corners Area

Williams’ employees are STEM award-winners in the Four Corners Area

Employees in Williams Four Corners Area have a strong legacy of community volunteerism. But when it comes to outreach to kids that promotes science, technology, engineering and math, our employees win awards. For the second year, Williams was a sponsor of the Discovery Festival, a STEM-oriented trade show for middle and junior high students in … Continue reading Williams’ employees are STEM award-winners in the Four Corners Area

Williams awarded for raising Hell(benders)

Williams awarded for raising Hell(benders)

The Interstate Oil & Gas Compact Commission (IOGCC) recently honored Williams for its work in helping to stabilize the Eastern Hellbender Salamander population. Williams received the IOGCC Environmental Partnership Award for its participation in the Eastern Hellbender Salamander Partnership Project, which seeks to reverse species decline and ensure the future of this Ohio Endangered Species. … Continue reading Williams awarded for raising Hell(benders)