U.S energy consumption sets new record

U.S energy consumption sets new record

Energy consumption in the United States hit a record high last year, surpassing the previous record set more than a decade ago. The Department of Energy reported that overall energy use reached 101.3 quadrillion British thermal units in 2018, an increase of 4% from the previous year and 0.3% higher than the earlier record set in 2007. … Continue reading U.S energy consumption sets new record

Williams honors longest-tenured employee

Williams honors longest-tenured employee

Williams recently celebrated the 50th work anniversary of its longest-tenured employee. Jack Crowder, a senior operations technician, has worked for Williams since May 1, 1969. Jack works out of Station 160 in Reidsville, N.C. He’s been there most of his career, also spending 14 years working on right-of-way projects up and down Williams’ Transco Pipeline. … Continue reading Williams honors longest-tenured employee

Wall Street Journal, Williams CEO, highlight need for natural gas infrastructure

Wall Street Journal, Williams CEO, highlight need for natural gas infrastructure

Williams CEO Alan Armstrong was among those quoted in a recent Wall Street Journal article highlighting the need for additional natural gas pipeline infrastructure in the U.S. In the feature story published July 8 titled, “The U.S. Is Overflowing With Natural Gas. Not Everyone Can Get It,” Armstrong and others help tell the story of … Continue reading Wall Street Journal, Williams CEO, highlight need for natural gas infrastructure

Engineering interns move energy forward in the field

Engineering interns move energy forward in the field

Hi! My name is Titilope and I’m an intern at Williams this summer. I’m a petroleum engineering major from the University of Tulsa. Interning alongside me is Allison, a civil engineering major from Penn State. We’re proud to be interning together with the Tech Services team in the Susquehanna Supply Hub (SSH) in Tunkhannock, Pa. … Continue reading Engineering interns move energy forward in the field

U.S. natural gas pipeline system is reliable, resilient & secure in the face of extreme weather

U.S. natural gas pipeline system is reliable, resilient & secure in the face of extreme weather

Ahead of the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season, which officially began June 1, the Natural Gas Council (NGC) published a report examining the factors that collectively make the U.S. pipeline system an efficient, reliable and secure way to deliver the energy needed by American consumers. The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) forecasts that dry natural gas production will rise by … Continue reading U.S. natural gas pipeline system is reliable, resilient & secure in the face of extreme weather

Largest ever impact tax disbursements from natural gas producers benefit communities across PA

Largest ever impact tax disbursements from natural gas producers benefit communities across PA

A recent report by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) shows community and municipal disbursements and revenues received through the taxation of Pennsylvania’s natural gas industry have grown to the largest-ever annual revenue generated, nearly $252 million in 2018, the most recent data year. Since 2012, Pennsylvania has generated close to   $1.7 billion in new revenues from the … Continue reading Largest ever impact tax disbursements from natural gas producers benefit communities across PA