More pipelines make fight against climate change more effective

More pipelines make fight against climate change more effective

The Regulatory Review, a publication of the University of Pennsylvania Law School, published an article outlining how more pipelines and electricity transmission lines would make the fight against climate change more effective. Author Richard J. Pierce, Jr., of George Washington University Law School writes that it is impossible to engage in effective mitigation of climate … Continue reading More pipelines make fight against climate change more effective

Giving thanks for a century of innovation and partnership in Tulsa

Giving thanks for a century of innovation and partnership in Tulsa

As 2018 comes to a close, we thank our communities, customers and employees for another great year. We also would like to give special thanks for the partnership and innovation we share with our hometown, as this year marks a century since relocating our headquarters to Tulsa, Oklahoma. To commemorate our 100th year in Tulsa, … Continue reading Giving thanks for a century of innovation and partnership in Tulsa

Partnership helps conserve Pennsylvania acreage for migratory birds

Partnership helps conserve Pennsylvania acreage for migratory birds

Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, The Conservation Fund, Berks Nature, and the Pennsylvania Game Commission have partnered with Williams to conserve vital acreage for migratory birds, announcing plans to protect and improve more than 77 acres of farmland located in the shadow of the Kittatinny Ridge in Berks County, Pa. These lands are being conserved, in part, … Continue reading Partnership helps conserve Pennsylvania acreage for migratory birds

Northeast fuel providers warn about winter heating supplies

Northeast fuel providers warn about winter heating supplies

Reuters reported that heating oil costs, particularly in the U.S. Northeast, are expected to hit four-year highs this winter. That’s driving consumers to request switching to cheaper natural gas, but that’s worrying utilities who say there will not be enough pipelines to handle demand in subsequent cold seasons. In an article titled, “Fuel providers warn … Continue reading Northeast fuel providers warn about winter heating supplies

Emergency Response Training 2018 grant winners

Emergency Response Training 2018 grant winners

Pipeline safety training and the possibility of winning $1,000 for your organization? Definitely a win-win all around. Each year, Williams gives a $1,000 grant to an emergency response organization in each of its three operating areas (OA) – West OA which includes operations in Shreveport, LA, the western half of Texas, western Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, … Continue reading Emergency Response Training 2018 grant winners

West Virginia Sheriff’s office receives donation for body cameras

West Virginia Sheriff’s office receives donation for body cameras

The Wheeling News-Register /  Intelligencer reported that Williams recently donated $26,815 for the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office to purchase 35 body cameras — one per officer. The article included comments from Sheriff Kevin Cecil explaining that the office has used body cameras for about five years, and they have proven to be beneficial to the agency. “It’s … Continue reading West Virginia Sheriff’s office receives donation for body cameras

When it rains, it pours…support from Williams

When it rains, it pours…support from Williams

In recent years, and especially in 2018, the region that comprises Williams’ Northeast Gathering and Processing footprint – Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio – has been hit with significant rainfall. This has resulted in everything from flooding to slips in roadways, and has triggered a massive relief effort from Williams and many of the more … Continue reading When it rains, it pours…support from Williams

A century of community philanthropy and volunteerism in Tulsa

A century of community philanthropy and volunteerism in Tulsa

2018 marks the 100th year Williams has been headquartered in Tulsa. Since Dave and Miller Williams moved their fledgling pipeline company from Arkansas in 1918, the city and Williams employees have been intertwined. Tulsa has always been an extremely generous and philanthropic community. Early oil barons left vast wealth that is still being shared through … Continue reading A century of community philanthropy and volunteerism in Tulsa

Williams Route 66 Marathon: A long-standing community partnership

Williams Route 66 Marathon: A long-standing community partnership

For one weekend each November, Tulsa becomes a global community for runners from all 50 states and 11-plus international countries. Runners converge for one collective goal – crushing it in one of the Williams Route 66 races – from the one-mile fun run and 5K on Saturday to the half and full Marathon on Sunday. … Continue reading Williams Route 66 Marathon: A long-standing community partnership