Williams hosts Young Professionals in Energy

When one of our young engineers asked CEO Alan Armstrong if Williams would host a reception for the Tulsa Chapter, Young Professionals in Energy he readily agreed. Alan has always supported the next generation of leaders and he saw this as a way to share his insights and encouragement to members of this key industry … Continue reading Williams hosts Young Professionals in Energy

Williams salutes Veterans

This Veterans Day we extend a special salute to all veterans as a gesture of our respect for those who have selflessly served in the armed forces. At Williams, we’re proud that one in every 10 of our employees is a military veteran. Willingness to serve often carries forward as many continue their legacy of … Continue reading Williams salutes Veterans

NYC report shows how growing natural gas usage has helped clean city’s air

According to a new report, the expanded use of natural gas combined with increases in energy efficiency has helped New York City’s largest buildings reduced carbon emissions by 14 percent and energy use by 10 percent between 2010 and 2015. The new report, “Greener, Greater Buildings Plan,” was issued by the mayor’s office, the Urban Green … Continue reading NYC report shows how growing natural gas usage has helped clean city’s air

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

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

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

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

Brooklyn Public Library among New York organizations booking $80,000 in Williams grants

Local emergency services, community, educational and environmental initiatives are benefiting from more than $80,000 in grants distributed to community organizations that reside in, and/or provide services to the area surrounding Rockaway, N.Y. Williams – a major operator of natural gas infrastructure in New York – today announced the latest recipients of the Rockaway Community Grant … Continue reading Brooklyn Public Library among New York organizations booking $80,000 in Williams grants

Climate group says natural gas responsible for emissions decline

A recent article in Forbes Magazine says that natural gas’ growing share of electricity production has been the single largest driver of declining U.S. carbon dioxide emissions. In fact,natural gas has reduced 50% more emissions since 2005 than wind and solar power combined. The article posted Sept. 12, titled, “Climate Group: Natural Gas, Not Renewables, Is Largest Factor In … Continue reading Climate group says natural gas responsible for emissions decline