ICYMI: Tunkhannock interns Instagram takeover

Recently, James and Jennifer, two of our summer interns, took over our Instagram account to show you a day in the life of a Williams intern in Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania. They shared some great shots and we enjoyed getting a firsthand look at the work Williams is doing in Pennsylvania. In case you missed it, here’s … Continue reading ICYMI: Tunkhannock interns Instagram takeover

NY Building Congress: City needs more gas pipelines to offset Indian Point closure

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A new report released by the New York Building Congress says New York City needs more natural gas pipelines before the planned closure of the Indian Point nuclear plant. The study titled “Electricity Outlook: Powering New York City’s Future” says that New York City’s need for energy will expand as Indian Point’s scheduled 2021 deactivation approaches. It … Continue reading NY Building Congress: City needs more gas pipelines to offset Indian Point closure

Williams expands pipeline capacity to serve growing Georgia natural gas markets

Williams and Southern Company Gas have successfully placed into service their Dalton Expansion Project to provide additional reliable natural gas service to utility companies and a power company and a municipal entity in northwest Georgia. The Dalton Expansion Project is an expansion of the existing Transco pipeline system designed to deliver natural gas to an electric generating … Continue reading Williams expands pipeline capacity to serve growing Georgia natural gas markets

Manhattan Institute Report: Why America needs more pipelines

A new report by the Manhattan Institute says that to maximize the benefits of America’s energy renaissance, the Trump administration, Congress, and federal and state regulators should prioritize expanding and upgrading the country’s inadequate pipeline infrastructure. Economist Charles Hughes is the author of a new report, The Energy Bottleneck: Why America Needs More Pipelines. He writes … Continue reading Manhattan Institute Report: Why America needs more pipelines

Hundreds rally to express support for Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline Project

Approximately 500 supporters of the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline project rallied in Tunkhannock, Pa., on July 20 to call on Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf’s administration to promptly approve permits needed so that construction can begin on the nearly $3 billion energy infrastructure investment forecasted to support approximately 8,000 jobs. This vital project, which was approved by … Continue reading Hundreds rally to express support for Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline Project

Williams expands pipeline capacity to deliver natural gas to serve growing Florida power generation market

Williams successfully placed into service the first phase of its Hillabee expansion project, expanding the capacity of its Transco pipeline system in Alabama by 818,410 dekatherms per day (Dth/d) to supply Florida power generators via the new Sabal Trail pipeline. The project was approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) in February 2016. Designed … Continue reading Williams expands pipeline capacity to deliver natural gas to serve growing Florida power generation market

FORBES: Northeast natural gas pipeline buildout is coming

Consumers should be thanking Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Ohio for supplying increasing amounts of natural gas – now our most vital source of electricity and the fuel that has led to drastic declines in CO2 emissions. Those are the sentiments expressed in Forbes Magazine by contributor Jude Clemente in his June 25 column, “The Northeast Natural Gas … Continue reading FORBES: Northeast natural gas pipeline buildout is coming

Williams CEO delivers keynote address at National Summit on Infrastructure and the Environment

Williams President & CEO Alan Armstrong recently delivered the keynote address at the National Summit on Infrastructure and the Environment in Washington D.C. Hosted by The Conservation Fund, the Summit brings together leaders from business, government and conservation to discuss innovative approaches for streamlining the regulatory process while ensuring protections remain for natural, cultural and … Continue reading Williams CEO delivers keynote address at National Summit on Infrastructure and the Environment

Take a tour of proposed compressor station 206

The scope of the Northeast Supply Enhancement project includes the construction of a new Williams compressor facility located on a 52-acre tract of land along the existing Transco pipeline in Somerset County, N.J. Curious what the facility will look like? Thanks to a new animated video, viewers have an opportunity to get a closer look … Continue reading Take a tour of proposed compressor station 206

Four generations of pipeliners

For Williams’ senior construction manager Tommy Terry, the construction and operation of the Transco natural gas pipeline has been a family affair. As the third generation pipeliner wraps up work on a Transco pipeline expansion in Alabama, he reflects and shares stories passed down to him from his father and grandfather – both of whom … Continue reading Four generations of pipeliners