Cabot gets glimpse of compression prototype

  A recent cloudy and windy day in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, signaled the first real hints that cooler fall weather is upon us and here to stay. And though the sky was overcast, for Cabot Oil and Gas Corporation leaders who were on hand to see the final stages of construction of Williams’ Potter Compressor … Continue reading Cabot gets glimpse of compression prototype

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

Williams’ internships leave lasting impressions

Williams is wrapping up its fall university recruiting effort online and on campuses and soon will offer 2018 summer internships and entry-level jobs to dozens of students. It’s an exciting process to meet the next generation of young professionals. This summer, we had interns working in locations across our operating and functional areas. We asked … Continue reading Williams’ internships leave lasting impressions

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

Ohio Chamber tours Harrison Hub

Earlier this month, members from the Ohio Chamber, along with Representative Andy Thompson took a tour of our Harrison Hub facility in Scio, OH. Read the Ohio Chamber’s post about the visit on their All for Ohio blog here. Below is an excerpt from the post: “Top priorities at these sites are safety and protecting … Continue reading Ohio Chamber tours Harrison Hub

ICYMI: ‘Williams’ Transco system matters more than ever’

In case you missed it, the Tulsa World published a feature on Williams’ Transco pipeline earlier this month, highlighting how critical the asset is for millions of people thousands of miles away who rely on natural gas for heating homes and generating power. The feature by Samuel Hardiman, titled “One of the nation’s oldest pipelines, … Continue reading ICYMI: ‘Williams’ Transco system matters more than ever’

Atlantic Sunrise project breaks ground in Pennsylvania

Construction is officially underway in Pennsylvania on the greenfield portion of the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline project – an expansion of the existing Transco natural gas pipeline to connect abundant Marcellus gas supplies with markets in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern U.S. Construction broke ground in Pennsylvania Sept. 15, 2017, in Columbia and Wyoming counties as site … Continue reading Atlantic Sunrise project breaks ground in Pennsylvania

New Study: 10.3 million U.S. jobs supported by natural gas & oil in 2015

A new study shows that the natural gas and oil industry supported 10.3 million U.S. jobs and added $1.3 trillion to the nation’s economy in 2015. The study found that jobs supported by the industry increased by 500,000 since 2011 and showed that all 50 states, whether producing or non-producing, continued to benefit from the industry. … Continue reading New Study: 10.3 million U.S. jobs supported by natural gas & oil in 2015

Solar eclipse offers a reminder of the importance of natural gas

As we look forward to the upcoming solar eclipse on Monday, August 21, it’s an important reminder of the important role natural gas plays in making solar-powered electricity possible. The technology to store solar power when the sun isn’t shining doesn’t exist. Even a short loss of sunlight caused by an eclipse will create issues … Continue reading Solar eclipse offers a reminder of the importance of natural gas

Natural gas pipelines deliver environmental benefits

Williams operates tens of thousands of miles of underground pipelines that deliver clean, abundant, affordable natural gas. As demand for energy increases, expanded use of natural gas can help improve air quality across the country, especially when used to replace more polluting energy sources. Compared with other primary energy sources, natural gas emits significantly fewer … Continue reading Natural gas pipelines deliver environmental benefits