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

A century of community philanthropy and volunteerism in Tulsa

A century of community philanthropy and volunteerism in Tulsa

2018 marks the 100th year Williams has been headquartered in Tulsa. Since Dave and Miller Williams moved their fledgling pipeline company from Arkansas in 1918, the city and Williams employees have been intertwined. Tulsa has always been an extremely generous and philanthropic community. Early oil barons left vast wealth that is still being shared through … Continue reading A century of community philanthropy and volunteerism in Tulsa

Williams is proud to support our military Veterans

Williams is proud to support our military Veterans

Veterans Day is Sunday, Nov. 11 and Williams would like to thank our military veterans and service members for everything they’ve done for Williams and our country. “The training, skills and leadership developed during military service directly align with Williams’ Core Values & Beliefs and we are grateful for the opportunity to have you as … Continue reading Williams is proud to support our military Veterans

Joe Williams leaves Oklahoma a legacy of innovation and conservation

Joe Williams leaves Oklahoma a legacy of innovation and conservation

Joe Williams, visionary industry leader and conservationist, was the last member of the Williams family to head Williams Companies. Joe, the son of David Williams, one of the original co-founders of Williams, followed his cousin John Williams as CEO and served in that role from 1979 to 1994. Under Joe’s leadership from the company’s Tulsa … Continue reading Joe Williams leaves Oklahoma a legacy of innovation and conservation

United Way: A Legacy of Steadfast Support

United Way: A Legacy of Steadfast Support

Williams’ 2018 United Way campaign is in full swing and will continue through November 1. As you are well aware, we’re proud of our long and steadfast commitment to United Way and to the communities where we live and where we have operations. As a retiree, you play an important part in continuing this legacy … Continue reading United Way: A Legacy of Steadfast Support

Q&A with Cheryl Sullivan

Q&A with Cheryl Sullivan

Former role:  Director of Financial Planning & Analysis, Business Partner for NGL and Petchem Services Number of years with Williams: 15 years Number of years retired: 3 years Q: How are you spending time in your retirement? A: Mostly doing all the things I’ve always done outside of work, just more of them!  Reading (now in … Continue reading Q&A with Cheryl Sullivan

Former CEO John Williams changed the face of downtown

Former CEO John Williams changed the face of downtown

As Williams celebrates 100 years in Tulsa, we look back on how John Williams, former CEO and nephew of the founders, changed the face of downtown. What started as Williams Brothers Company in 1918 over time evolved into the Williams Companies, with interests in energy, agricultural chemicals, fiber optic communications, mining and more. During his … Continue reading Former CEO John Williams changed the face of downtown

Intern Instagram takeover recap

Intern Instagram takeover recap

This summer, Cristin, one of our summer interns, took over our Instagram account to show you a day in the life of a Williams intern in Horseheads, New York. In case you missed it, here’s a recap of the takeover. Be sure to follow Williams on Instagram @williamsenergy for all the latest updates and pictures. … Continue reading Intern Instagram takeover recap

2018 marks 100 years in our hometown of Tulsa

2018 marks 100 years in our hometown of Tulsa

Employees and their families recently celebrated Williams’ centennial in Tulsa at the state-of-the art Gathering Place. The venue is fitting as Williams is one of over 80 donors who helped bring the central-park-like vision to life. Gathering Place is anchored by the Williams Lodge and entered by traveling on John Williams Way. Both tributes to … Continue reading 2018 marks 100 years in our hometown of Tulsa