Williams’ Northeast Supply Enhancement project reached a major milestone March 23 when it received notice that that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has issued the draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), concluding that environmental impacts would be reduced to “less than significant levels” with the implementation of mitigation measures proposed by the company and FERC. … Continue reading FERC issues draft Environmental Impact Statement for NESE project
Community, labor and business leaders from across New York have announced the launch of New Yorkers for Affordable Energy, a coalition dedicated to supporting access to cleaner, reliable and affordable sources of energy for residential and business consumers. Williams is among the 32 groups which have partnered to form the coalition. The company currently operates about 30 … Continue reading New NY coalition to push for cleaner, reliable & affordable energy
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.
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
Breathe easy: New York City’s air quality has reached the cleanest levels in more than 50 years, thanks in large part to natural gas. New York City’s natural gas consumption is climbing as the city continues to phase out the use of heavy fuel oils. Since 2008, more than 4,000 buildings converted to cleaner heating sources … Continue reading More natural gas critical for New York City’s sustainable future
New York’s appetite for natural gas is increasing as consumers continue to phase out the use of heavy fuel oils. In April 2015, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced sweeping goals to curb city emissions 80 percent by 2050, which includes phasing out the use of No. 4 fuel oil by 2030. A … Continue reading Project to help New York meet clean air goals