Williams honors longest-tenured employee

Williams honors longest-tenured employee

Williams recently celebrated the 50th work anniversary of its longest-tenured employee. Jack Crowder, a senior operations technician, has worked for Williams since May 1, 1969. Jack works out of Station 160 in Reidsville, N.C. He’s been there most of his career, also spending 14 years working on right-of-way projects up and down Williams’ Transco Pipeline. … Continue reading Williams honors longest-tenured employee

Let’s celebrate with the University of Tulsa

Let’s celebrate with the University of Tulsa

Over the years, Williams has cultivated strong relationships within our operating areas and our headquarters city, Tulsa. This year, Williams is celebrating the 50-year anniversary of partnership with the University of Tulsa (TU). Amy Gerald, the director of development in the Collins College of Business at TU, said Williams “supports almost every discipline across campus … Continue reading Let’s celebrate with the University of Tulsa

Operations intern spotlight: NyKeysha

Operations intern spotlight: NyKeysha

Meet NyKeysha, an operations intern in McPherson, Kansas. The native of Broken Arrow, Okla., is studying pipeline integrity at Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology. We asked her a few questions about her time with Williams. What do you like about your field of study? I’ve always loved being outside and in pipeline integrity, environmental … Continue reading Operations intern spotlight: NyKeysha

Each day is a learning experience for this intern

Each day is a learning experience for this intern

Hello! My name is Carolina and I’m a senior at the University of Utah completing a double major in chemistry and chemical engineering. This summer I am an engineering intern for Williams in the Utica Supply Hub tech services group. I have the pleasure of working in the North Canton, Ohio, field office, where I … Continue reading Each day is a learning experience for this intern

Engineering interns move energy forward in the field

Engineering interns move energy forward in the field

Hi! My name is Titilope and I’m an intern at Williams this summer. I’m a petroleum engineering major from the University of Tulsa. Interning alongside me is Allison, a civil engineering major from Penn State. We’re proud to be interning together with the Tech Services team in the Susquehanna Supply Hub (SSH) in Tunkhannock, Pa. … Continue reading Engineering interns move energy forward in the field

Getting to know Williams

Getting to know Williams

Hi, my name is Binish and I’m a Williams’ Communications and Community Relations intern this summer. I’ll be a junior at the University of Houston starting this fall, studying print journalism and marketing. I’m a creative writer at heart, but my internship experience is exposing me to different forms of communications that I’m learning to … Continue reading Getting to know Williams

Williams recognized for workplace equality efforts

Williams recognized for workplace equality efforts

Williams ranked well among industry peers on the Corporate Equality Index released by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, the educational arm of the nation’s largest LGBTQ civil rights organization. The index rates companies on detailed criteria in four broad categories: non-discrimination policies; employment benefits; an inclusive culture; and corporate social responsibility, including public commitment to … Continue reading Williams recognized for workplace equality efforts

Giving back is just how we do business

Giving back is just how we do business

“Think of giving not only as a duty but as a privilege.” – John Rockefeller What would you do with $9.4 million? You could buy singer Katy Perry’s house in Los Angeles. You could have bought out football coach Charlie Strong’s contract for the University of Texas. Or, you could give it away. In 2018, Williams … Continue reading Giving back is just how we do business