Let’s celebrate with the University of Tulsa

Let’s celebrate with the University of Tulsa

Over the years, Williams has cultivated strong relationships within our operating areas and our headquarters city, Tulsa. This year, Williams is celebrating the 50-year anniversary of partnership with the University of Tulsa (TU). Amy Gerald, the director of development in the Collins College of Business at TU, said Williams “supports almost every discipline across campus … Continue reading Let’s celebrate with the University of Tulsa

Public, private partners celebrate acreage addition to Pennsylvania’s newest national wildlife refuge

Public, private partners celebrate acreage addition to Pennsylvania’s newest national wildlife refuge

Williams representatives participated in a special event Sept. 3 at the Cherry Valley National Wildlife Refuge celebrating the completion of a historic project conserving 4,350 acres of important wildlife habitat and increasing public recreational access in Eastern Pennsylvania. The company joined federal, state, local and private partners who gathered to applaud the multi-year effort that has … Continue reading Public, private partners celebrate acreage addition to Pennsylvania’s newest national wildlife refuge

Emergency Responder Staging Area Site Built on Foundation of Strong Relationships

Emergency Responder Staging Area Site 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 Site Built on Foundation of Strong Relationships

Environmental partnership enhances Texas Wildlife Management Area

Environmental partnership enhances Texas Wildlife Management Area

It is daybreak at the Richland Creek Wildlife Management Area (WMA) and the excitement of a new day is palpable through the animated sound of hundreds of waterfowl as they break the sleepy morning silence. Sounds – that a few years ago – were disappearing due to the loss the emergent marshes and bottom-land hardwood … Continue reading Environmental partnership enhances Texas Wildlife Management Area

Williams works with Pennsylvania to protect rare species of woodrat

Williams works with Pennsylvania to protect rare species of woodrat

A peculiar rock structure on Williams’ pipeline right of way in Northumberland County, Pa., is helping to protect a rare species of woodrat. Williams partnered with the Pennsylvania Game Commission to help protect the Allegheny woodrat, a threatened species once considered a common resident of Pennsylvania’s mountains. During right of way restoration work associated with … Continue reading Williams works with Pennsylvania to protect rare species of woodrat

New report highlights sustainability efforts

New report highlights sustainability efforts

For more than a century, we’ve provided valuable energy infrastructure that Americans count on every day. We have a long, successful history of doing things right – we don’t take short cuts and we treat people, the environment and communities with respect. To help showcase many of the positive things we’re doing as a company, … Continue reading New report highlights sustainability efforts

Williams CEO applauds EPA Clean Water Act 401 guidance

Williams CEO applauds EPA Clean Water Act 401 guidance

On June 7 the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released guidance on Section 401 of the Clean Water Act (CWA) that provides recommendations to clarify and streamline the 401 certification process and to promote greater investment in and certainty for national infrastructure projects while continuing to protect local water quality. Williams President and CEO Alan Armstrong says … Continue reading Williams CEO applauds EPA Clean Water Act 401 guidance

Nature study affirms climate benefits of increased natural gas usage

Nature study affirms climate benefits of increased natural gas usage

The increased use of natural gas in electricity generation contributes to long-term “climate stabilization objectives,” according to a new study published in Nature. “We found that the coal-to-gas shift is consistent with climate stabilization objectives for the next 50-100 years. Our finding is robust under a range of leakage rates and uncertainties in emissions data and … Continue reading Nature study affirms climate benefits of increased natural gas usage