Bradford Supply Hub does Christmas giving times three

Bradford Supply Hub does Christmas giving times three

Employees in Williams’ Bradford Supply Hub Midstream Operating Area made it a priority to spread Christmas cheer this season, for humans and animals, alike. Not one, not two, but three gift-giving campaigns were run in the Bradford Hub in the Horseheads, NY, Towanda, PA and various facility field offices to support local families and to supply a local animal … Continue reading Bradford Supply Hub does Christmas giving times three

Williams Fluid Power Challenge returns for third year

Williams Fluid Power Challenge returns for third year

Students representing 29 Pennsylvania middle school teams from Fayette, Westmoreland and Greene counties recently convened at Penn State Fayette – Eberly Campus, for the third annual Williams Fluid Power Challenge. The Williams Fluid Power Challenge, hosted by the Fayette Business Education Partnership, is a competition that gets middle school students excited about Science, Technology, Engineering … Continue reading Williams Fluid Power Challenge returns for third year

1st School-based health clinic in Douglas County, Georgia receives boost from Williams

1st School-based health clinic in Douglas County, Georgia receives boost from Williams

Douglas County’s efforts to develop its first school-based health clinic recently received a shot in the arm as energy infrastructure operator Williams donated $3,500 through its Dalton Expansion Project grant program to support Communities in Schools and its mission to make health care services available to students. Communities in Schools is the largest dropout prevention organization in … Continue reading 1st School-based health clinic in Douglas County, Georgia receives boost from Williams

Leaving the ladder down to foster inclusion

Leaving the ladder down to foster inclusion

Each year, Williams makes an effort to recognize leaders who go above and beyond to create an inclusive work environment in which everyone feels respected, valued by and connected to through its Randy Barnard Leave the Ladder Down Award. This year, Cherie Humphries, Vice President of Supply Chain and NGL Services, has been awarded this … Continue reading Leaving the ladder down to foster inclusion

Barnett team raises funds, spirits for colleague’s wife battling cancer

Barnett team raises funds, spirits for colleague’s wife battling cancer

Being a private person, Pete Dominguez didn’t say much when his wife Karen was diagnosed in February with a form of cancer known as multiple myeloma and chronic lymphocytic leukemia. It is Karen’s third battle with cancer over their 36 years of marriage. As one of the supervisors of Operations in the Barnett Shale, Pete allowed … Continue reading Barnett team raises funds, spirits for colleague’s wife battling cancer

New York honors Williams with historic award

New York honors Williams with historic award

Williams is one of five recipients of the 2016 New York State Historic Preservation Award, honoring excellence in the protection and rejuvenation of New York’s historic landmarks. The award follows the restoration of Hangars 1 and 2 at Floyd Bennett Field in Brooklyn — the result of an innovative partnership between Williams and the U.S. … Continue reading New York honors Williams with historic award

Williams files draft resource reports with FERC for NESE Project

Williams files draft resource reports with FERC for NESE Project

Recently, Williams reached a significant milestone in the development of a pipeline project designed to increase natural gas deliveries to the northeastern United States for the 2019/2020 winter heating season. On Nov. 22, 2016, Williams filed draft resource reports for the Northeast Supply Enhancement project with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). The draft submittal provides the FERC … Continue reading Williams files draft resource reports with FERC for NESE Project

River ‘Lights On’ in Tulsa

River ‘Lights On’ in Tulsa

In our headquarters city, Williams has been a longtime supporter of River Parks, Tulsa’s jewel of forests and green space along the Arkansas River. And for several years, Williams has sponsored River Lights, a family festival and 5k, held each December. That tradition continued on a rainy Saturday afternoon as our senior vice president and … Continue reading River ‘Lights On’ in Tulsa

Bloomberg: Can the U.S. become an energy superpower in 2017?

Bloomberg: Can the U.S. become an energy superpower in 2017?

An article published Nov. 30, in Bloomberg News asks the question, ‘Can the U.S. become an energy superpower in 2017?’ Authors Dave Merrill and Christine Buurma point to the country’s natural gas shale boom, the construction of new bidirectional pipelines and the emergence of LNG export opportunities as reasons for optimism that America may be on a … Continue reading Bloomberg: Can the U.S. become an energy superpower in 2017?

Before & After: N.J. pipeline easement successfully restored

Before & After: N.J. pipeline easement successfully restored

One year ago, Williams placed its Leidy Southeast Expansion project into full service, adding approximately 30 miles of new pipe to its existing Transco pipeline system at various locations in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Construction on the $610 million project began during the spring of 2015. Less than one year later, the Transco pipeline right of … Continue reading Before & After: N.J. pipeline easement successfully restored