Williams joins with Junior Achievement in Yakima to bring financial literacy programs to central Washington

Williams joins with Junior Achievement in Yakima to bring financial literacy programs to central Washington

Williams is one of the newest community partners with Junior Achievement of Washington (JA) at its central Washington JA BizTown and JA Finance Park learning center, a “mini city” where students have the opportunity to experience free enterprise and the working world for a day and build personal “real-life” budgets. Williams joins other corporate sponsors … Continue reading Williams joins with Junior Achievement in Yakima to bring financial literacy programs to central Washington

Williams’ Leidy South Project expected to generate $100 million economic impact, supporting 680 jobs during construction

Williams’ Leidy South Project expected to generate $100 million economic impact, supporting 680 jobs during construction

The design and construction of the two new compressor facilities proposed as part of Williams’ Leidy South project will generate approximately $100 million in economic impact to the regional and state economy of Pennsylvania, according to a study authored by researchers at Philadelphia-based Econsult Solutions, Inc. The Leidy South project includes the proposed installation of new turbine-driven compressor units in … Continue reading Williams’ Leidy South Project expected to generate $100 million economic impact, supporting 680 jobs during construction

Emergency responder staging area built on foundation of strong relationships

Emergency responder staging area built on foundation of strong relationships

For Williams, being a safety-minded neighbor in the communities where we operate is a given – it’s part of our Core Values & Beliefs. But in Conway, Kansas, we’ve even extended our safety focus to the other energy operators around us. In 2018, during a quarterly “Mutual Aid Conway” meeting, Williams initiated a discussion with … Continue reading Emergency responder staging area built on foundation of strong relationships

New York Senators urge conditional approval of Williams’ NESE project

New York Senators urge conditional approval of Williams’ NESE project

Six New York Democratic state senators are urging the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation to conditionally approve Williams’ Northeast Supply Enhancement Project. The lawmakers, led by Sen. Todd Kaminisky (D-Long Beach), who chairs the Senate’s environmental conservation committee, said in a letter Oct. 2 that that the project is needed to address a natural gas shortage which is … Continue reading New York Senators urge conditional approval of Williams’ NESE project