Williams Retirees Contribute $275,000 to United Ways

Williams Retirees Contribute $275,000 to United Ways

Williams’ 2018 United Way campaign was a huge success! The company-wide campaign raised $3,477,198 – an eight percent increase over 2017 totals. This total includes $275,000 from retirees, and this is before the company match.  The Salt Lake City campaign raised a record total with a very successful retiree reception that will likely be a … Continue reading Williams Retirees Contribute $275,000 to United Ways

State of American Energy 2019

State of American Energy 2019

The American Petroleum Institute (API) recently released its 2019 State of American Energy Report, presenting a bright outlook for U.S. oil and natural gas while highlighting broad public support for America’s role as an energy leader. The report makes clear how the U.S. energy industry has changed America’s role in global energy production. Today, the U.S. … Continue reading State of American Energy 2019

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

U.S. natural gas could help reduce world energy poverty

U.S. natural gas could help reduce world energy poverty

  A recent column by Energy In Depth highlights the important role natural gas is playing in meeting demand for energy in developing countries where access is far from universal. Citing the latest data from International Energy Agency (IEA), the article notes that at least 1 billion people are without electricity worldwide and that increased natural gas production has positioned the United States … Continue reading U.S. natural gas could help reduce world energy poverty

New Jersey needs reliable energy infrastructure

New Jersey needs reliable energy infrastructure

A recent op-ed in the NJ Spotlight emphasizes the importance of enhancements to ensure New Jersey’s energy infrastructure remains reliable and resilient. The piece recognizes the six-year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, which caused irreparable damage to New Jersey and the region.  “That storm and the severe storms we have seen since remind us of the need to ensure that … Continue reading New Jersey needs reliable energy infrastructure

Leidy South project topic of open house

Leidy South project topic of open house

Landowners, public officials and other interested individuals attended an informal open house Tuesday, Dec. 11, at the Hughesville Volunteer Fire Company in Hughesville, Pa., to  learn more about Williams’ proposed Leidy South expansion project. Williams, which operates the Transco pipeline, is in the early stages of the expansion, which will allow gas producers to further connect supplies … Continue reading Leidy South project topic of open house

Pennsylvania reports record year for natural gas production

Pennsylvania reports record year for natural gas production

Pennsylvania had a record year for natural gas production in 2017, making it the second-largest producer of natural gas in the United States, the state Department of Environmental Protection recently reported. The Commonwealth produced 5.36 trillion cubic feet of natural gas in 2017 — about a quarter-trillion more than in 2016, according to PADEP’s 2017 Oil … Continue reading Pennsylvania reports record year for natural gas production

Preparing the next generation of operations employees

Preparing the next generation of operations employees

Williams partners with technical schools around the country to recruit the next generation of operations employees. This summer, 17 students participated in our Operations Intern Program, gaining hands-on experience in operating our assets. “The program allows Williams to identify high-performing, technical-savvy talent for our entry-level technician positions,” said Paige Cole, senior talent acquisition consultant. The … Continue reading Preparing the next generation of operations employees

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