Williams announces support for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts

Williams announces support for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts

To assist with the immediate support for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts we announced a $500,000 contribution to the United Way of Greater Houston‘s flood relief fund. “While the effects of Hurricane Harvey are still ongoing and uncertain, we are focused on making sure our employees remain safe and are receiving necessary assistance. Additionally, we are … Continue reading Williams announces support for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts

Supporting America’s favorite pastime

Supporting America’s favorite pastime

The Little League World Series is bigger than a game; it’s about a community — a community of baseball lovers and skilled young athletes. And, for the modest Pennsylvania town of Williamsport, it’s a chance to shine in the national spotlight. The World Series is a 10-day event filled with big-time hits and exciting victories, … Continue reading Supporting America’s favorite pastime

Solar eclipse offers a reminder of the importance of natural gas

Solar eclipse offers a reminder of the importance of natural gas

As we look forward to the upcoming solar eclipse on Monday, August 21, it’s an important reminder of the important role natural gas plays in making solar-powered electricity possible. The technology to store solar power when the sun isn’t shining doesn’t exist. Even a short loss of sunlight caused by an eclipse will create issues … Continue reading Solar eclipse offers a reminder of the importance of natural gas

Natural gas pipelines deliver environmental benefits

Natural gas pipelines deliver environmental benefits

Williams operates tens of thousands of miles of underground pipelines that deliver clean, abundant, affordable natural gas. As demand for energy increases, expanded use of natural gas can help improve air quality across the country, especially when used to replace more polluting energy sources. Compared with other primary energy sources, natural gas emits significantly fewer … Continue reading Natural gas pipelines deliver environmental benefits

811 Call Before You Dig: Celebrating a decade of saving lives and protecting property

811 Call Before You Dig: Celebrating a decade of saving lives and protecting property

Ten years ago the Common Ground Alliance and the U.S. Dept. of Transportation introduced a national call center and the phone number 811 in response to the growing trend of accidents, injuries, deaths and property damage related to utility line strikes. When you consider that in the U.S. alone, there are roughly a billion feet … Continue reading 811 Call Before You Dig: Celebrating a decade of saving lives and protecting property

ICYMI: Tunkhannock interns Instagram takeover

ICYMI: Tunkhannock interns Instagram takeover

Recently, James and Jennifer, two of our summer interns, took over our Instagram account to show you a day in the life of a Williams intern in Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania. They shared some great shots and we enjoyed getting a firsthand look at the work Williams is doing in Pennsylvania. In case you missed it, here’s … Continue reading ICYMI: Tunkhannock interns Instagram takeover

Williams and Williams Partners report second-quarter 2017 financial results

Williams and Williams Partners report second-quarter 2017 financial results

On Aug. 2, 2017, Williams (NYSE: WMB) and Williams Partners (NYSE: WPZ) announced their financial results for the three and six months ended June 30, 2017.  For Williams: 2Q 2017 Net Income of $81 Million For Williams: 2Q 2017 Adjusted EBITDA of $1.113 Billion, Up $48 Million For Williams Partners: 2Q 2017 Net Income of … Continue reading Williams and Williams Partners report second-quarter 2017 financial results

NY Building Congress: City needs more gas pipelines to offset Indian Point closure

NY Building Congress: City needs more gas pipelines to offset Indian Point closure

A new report released by the New York Building Congress says New York City needs more natural gas pipelines before the planned closure of the Indian Point nuclear plant. The study titled “Electricity Outlook: Powering New York City’s Future” says that New York City’s need for energy will expand as Indian Point’s scheduled 2021 deactivation approaches. It … Continue reading NY Building Congress: City needs more gas pipelines to offset Indian Point closure

Williams expands pipeline capacity to serve growing Georgia natural gas markets

Williams expands pipeline capacity to serve growing Georgia natural gas markets

Williams and Southern Company Gas have successfully placed into service their Dalton Expansion Project to provide additional reliable natural gas service to utility companies and a power company and a municipal entity in northwest Georgia. The Dalton Expansion Project is an expansion of the existing Transco pipeline system designed to deliver natural gas to an electric generating … Continue reading Williams expands pipeline capacity to serve growing Georgia natural gas markets