One Day of Caring, a world of possibility

One Day of Caring, a world of possibility

They planted, painted, repaired and inspired. Scores of Williams employees volunteered in their communities across the nation during recent Day of Caring events to benefit United Way chapters and their partner agencies. In Salt Lake City, 65 employees worked alongside students to complete a variety of projects at Kearns High School. “Your employees were terrific … Continue reading One Day of Caring, a world of possibility

Volunteers vital to success of Williams Route 66 Marathon

Volunteers vital to success of Williams Route 66 Marathon

This is our ninth year to serve as the title sponsor for the Williams Route 66 Marathon in our hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma. However, marathons are not just about the runners. Staging such a large event – one that draws 12,000+ participants and visitors from every state and 10 different countries – is a huge … Continue reading Volunteers vital to success of Williams Route 66 Marathon

Energy leaders say Pennsylvania not fully capitalizing on its Marcellus shale economic potential

Energy leaders say Pennsylvania not fully capitalizing on its Marcellus shale economic potential

Energy industry leaders told attendees at the Shale Insight 2017 Conference that  Pennsylvania is realizing only a fraction of its economic potential as an energy producer, according to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. In an article published last month, Chevron Appalachia President Stacey Olson says there is “not nearly enough demand” and not enough pipeline capacity for Pennsylvania … Continue reading Energy leaders say Pennsylvania not fully capitalizing on its Marcellus shale economic potential

Community grants benefit first responders, schools and townships in Pennsylvania

Community grants benefit first responders, schools and townships in Pennsylvania

Thirty-five organizations from 10 Pennsylvania counties will benefit this fall from $292,834 in funding from Williams through the company’s semiannual Atlantic Sunrise Community Grant program. Williams awarded up to $10,000 to eligible organizations in communities where the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline project will be constructed and operated. One of the 35 recipients is the Conservation Foundation … Continue reading Community grants benefit first responders, schools and townships in Pennsylvania

Williams increases natural gas deliveries to New York City

Williams increases natural gas deliveries to New York City

Williams recently announced that it had placed into service an expansion of its Transco pipeline system to increase natural gas delivery capacity to New York City by 115,000 dekatherms per day in time for the 2017/2018 heating season. That is enough to heat about half a million homes. The New York Bay Expansion provides additional … Continue reading Williams increases natural gas deliveries to New York City

Hundreds attend Williams pipeline job fair in Pennsylvania

Hundreds attend Williams pipeline job fair in Pennsylvania

A job fair hosted by the Teamsters Labor Management Cooperative Trust produced 198 applicants interested in working on Williams’ Atlantic Sunrise pipeline project. The two day public event held on Oct. 6 and Oct. 7 in Harrisburg, Pa. The Atlantic Sunrise pipeline project is projected to create approximately 400 new jobs for the Teamsters, including positions for … Continue reading Hundreds attend Williams pipeline job fair in Pennsylvania

Getting out of my comfort zone

Getting out of my comfort zone

My name is Corbin and I’m a graduate of Oklahoma State University with degrees in accounting and finance. I started at Williams as an intern in the internal audit group. I now work in the Tulsa office in the treasury department but have rotated through other departments as part of Williams’ early career professional development … Continue reading Getting out of my comfort zone

U.S. emissions continue to fall, thanks to natural gas

U.S. emissions continue to fall, thanks to natural gas

New data released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) attributes significant greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reductions to the growing switch to natural gas-fired electricity generation. According to the EIA, 63 percent of energy-related carbon emissions reduction in 2016 can be credited to the utilization of clearner-burning natural gas for electricity generation. Data from the EIA shows that … Continue reading U.S. emissions continue to fall, thanks to natural gas

Op-ed highlights importance of New York’s energy infrastructure

Op-ed highlights importance of New York’s energy infrastructure

A recent op-ed by New York Building Congress President & CEO Carlo Scissura highlights the importance of New York energy infrastructure in the wake of hurricanes which pounded Puerto Rico, Texas and Florida. The article titled, “Recent Storm Disasters Highlight New York’s Vulnerable Energy Infrastructure,” appeared in City & State New York on Oct. 4. … Continue reading Op-ed highlights importance of New York’s energy infrastructure