New animated videos explain pipeline construction process

Ever wonder how a pipeline gets built? Thanks to a new animated video, viewers have an opportunity to learn how transmission pipelines are installed in both urban, and rural settings. Williams developed the videos to help explain construction processes that would be used during the installation of the company’s Northeast Supply Enhancement project, which includes the proposed installation of three … Continue reading New animated videos explain pipeline construction process

NYC report shows how growing natural gas usage has helped clean city’s air

According to a new report, the expanded use of natural gas combined with increases in energy efficiency has helped New York City’s largest buildings reduced carbon emissions by 14 percent and energy use by 10 percent between 2010 and 2015. The new report, “Greener, Greater Buildings Plan,” was issued by the mayor’s office, the Urban Green … Continue reading NYC report shows how growing natural gas usage has helped clean city’s air

Op-ed highlights importance of New York’s energy infrastructure

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A recent op-ed by New York Building Congress President & CEO Carlo Scissura highlights the importance of New York energy infrastructure in the wake of hurricanes which pounded Puerto Rico, Texas and Florida. The article titled, “Recent Storm Disasters Highlight New York’s Vulnerable Energy Infrastructure,” appeared in City & State New York on Oct. 4. … Continue reading Op-ed highlights importance of New York’s energy infrastructure

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

NYC skyline

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

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

Gas pipeline expansion creates economic opportunity in the northeast

Williams has released the results of a comprehensive study authored by researchers at Rutgers University analyzing the economic impact of the proposed Northeast Supply Enhancement project. The Northeast Supply Enhancement project is a nearly $1 billion energy infrastructure investment designed to increase natural gas deliveries to New York City in time for the 2019/2020 winter heating season. According to … Continue reading Gas pipeline expansion creates economic opportunity in the northeast

U.S. Chamber report demonstrates need for Northeast pipelines

The lack of pipeline infrastructure in the northeast has resulted in some of the highest electricity rates in the nation for families and business—and it will only get worse, according to a new report by the U.S. Chamber’s Institute for 21st Century Energy. The latest installment in the Energy Institute’s Energy Accountability Series asks the question: “What if pipelines … Continue reading U.S. Chamber report demonstrates need for Northeast pipelines

New video provides Northeast Supply Enhancement project overview

A new video provides a quick, high-level overview of Williams’ Northeast Supply Enhancement project, which has been designed to expand the existing Transco natural gas pipeline system in the northeastern U.S. by the 2019/2020 winter heating season. View the video here:     The Northeast Supply Enhancement project will increase Transco pipeline deliveries to National Grid — … Continue reading New video provides Northeast Supply Enhancement project overview

Williams seeks FERC approval to serve growing demand for natural gas in Northeastern U.S.

Williams’ Transco pipeline has filed an application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) seeking authorization for its Northeast Supply Enhancement project, which would create 400,000 dekatherms per day of incremental firm transportation capacity to markets in the northeastern United States for the 2019/2020 winter heating season. Transco has executed precedent agreements with subsidiaries of National Grid … Continue reading Williams seeks FERC approval to serve growing demand for natural gas in Northeastern U.S.

Williams files draft resource reports with FERC for NESE Project

Recently, Williams reached a significant milestone in the development of a pipeline project designed to increase natural gas deliveries to the northeastern United States for the 2019/2020 winter heating season. On Nov. 22, 2016, Williams filed draft resource reports for the Northeast Supply Enhancement project with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). The draft submittal provides the FERC … Continue reading Williams files draft resource reports with FERC for NESE Project