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

A story of hope continues…

Author Terry Kay said it best “One of the most enduring friendships in history – dogs and their people, people and their dogs.” This certainly rings true for Kaylee Keitz, daughter of Williams employee, Mark Keitz, and her service dog Mitzee. In 2016,  we shared the amazing story of Kaylee Keitz, her special medical needs … Continue reading A story of hope continues…

The heart of Williams shines through employee holiday giving

Across the country, Williams employees display their giving spirit. Whether it be toy drives, food drives, warm clothing drives, preparing care packages for our military or providing supplies for seniors, our employees are committed to making sure others in their community and those serving abroad have the happiest of holidays.   Some examples of holiday … Continue reading The heart of Williams shines through employee holiday giving

Eagle Scout on a mission to provide playground for students with special needs

What do you get when you have an Eagle Scout with a mission to create something of value, a $5,000 grant provided by the Atlantic Sunrise Community Grant Program and a wide open space outside the special education classroom at Hegins-Hubley Elementary School? You get an all-inclusive playground geared towards the special needs of these … Continue reading Eagle Scout on a mission to provide playground for students with special needs

Thermal Imager – one small tool with a big impact

The Milton Fire Department in Milton, PA, just received a $7,500 grant from the Atlantic Sunrise Community Grant program for the purchase of a new thermal imager equipped with the latest detection technology. Joe Lupo, deputy chief of the Milton Fire Department, said their current thermal imager is approaching 20 year of service and having … Continue reading Thermal Imager – one small tool with a big impact

Restoring the pipeline right of way

Installing pipeline infrastructure is a complex construction undertaking, requiring heavy equipment, sophisticated machinery and lots and lots of digging. However, not long after construction is complete, there’s actually very little evidence that a pipeline is underground. For example, just two years ago Williams installed an 11-mile pipeline lateral connecting its Transco natural gas pipeline to … Continue reading Restoring the pipeline right of way

Williams Lodge and Gathering Place superpark progress continues

In Williams’ headquarters community, progress continues on America’s largest privately developed park, A Gathering Place for Tulsa. Phase one is 100 acres of interactive playgrounds, paddle boating and kayaking, zip lines, water features, sports courts, restaurants and meandering trails along the banks of the Arkansas River. The park’s focal point will be Williams Lodge, a … Continue reading Williams Lodge and Gathering Place superpark progress continues

Williams employees give back year round

During this holiday season we’re grateful for all the Williams employees who give back to their communities. It’s part of our corporate DNA. You’ll find our folks engaged locally as volunteer firefighters, Little League coaches and nonprofit organization board members. We’re also grateful for those many organizations that serve the communities we call home. Today … Continue reading Williams employees give back year round

Employee raises awareness, funds to find cure for blood cancers

Scott Kimmel had struggled with lower back pain most of his adult life. Two years ago, after a fall, he went to the doctor not expecting the news to be cancer. The Diagnosis As a senior welder in Battle Ground, Washington, and 12 years with Williams, Scott learned he had fractured three vertebrae and damaged … Continue reading Employee raises awareness, funds to find cure for blood cancers

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

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