Williams hosts Young Professionals in Energy

Williams hosts Young Professionals in Energy

When one of our young engineers asked CEO Alan Armstrong if Williams would host a reception for the Tulsa Chapter, Young Professionals in Energy he readily agreed. Alan has always supported the next generation of leaders and he saw this as a way to share his insights and encouragement to members of this key industry … Continue reading Williams hosts Young Professionals in Energy

Williams salutes Veterans

Williams salutes Veterans

This Veterans Day we extend a special salute to all veterans as a gesture of our respect for those who have selflessly served in the armed forces. At Williams, we’re proud that one in every 10 of our employees is a military veteran. Willingness to serve often carries forward as many continue their legacy of … Continue reading Williams salutes Veterans

One Day of Caring, a world of possibility

One Day of Caring, a world of possibility

They planted, painted, repaired and inspired. Scores of Williams employees volunteered in their communities across the nation during recent Day of Caring events to benefit United Way chapters and their partner agencies. In Salt Lake City, 65 employees worked alongside students to complete a variety of projects at Kearns High School. “Your employees were terrific … Continue reading One Day of Caring, a world of possibility

Volunteers vital to success of Williams Route 66 Marathon

Volunteers vital to success of Williams Route 66 Marathon

This is our ninth year to serve as the title sponsor for the Williams Route 66 Marathon in our hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma. However, marathons are not just about the runners. Staging such a large event – one that draws 12,000+ participants and visitors from every state and 10 different countries – is a huge … Continue reading Volunteers vital to success of Williams Route 66 Marathon

Getting out of my comfort zone

Getting out of my comfort zone

My name is Corbin and I’m a graduate of Oklahoma State University with degrees in accounting and finance. I started at Williams as an intern in the internal audit group. I now work in the Tulsa office in the treasury department but have rotated through other departments as part of Williams’ early career professional development … Continue reading Getting out of my comfort zone

Williams’ internships leave lasting impressions

Williams’ internships leave lasting impressions

Williams is wrapping up its fall university recruiting effort online and on campuses and soon will offer 2018 summer internships and entry-level jobs to dozens of students. It’s an exciting process to meet the next generation of young professionals. This summer, we had interns working in locations across our operating and functional areas. We asked … Continue reading Williams’ internships leave lasting impressions

Hundreds of pipeline construction jobs now available in Pennsylvania

Hundreds of pipeline construction jobs now available in Pennsylvania

The York Daily Record reports that with construction of the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline ramping up, hundreds of construction jobs are available in Pennsylvania. The International Brotherhood of Teamsters is sponsoring a  job fair Friday and Saturday in Harrisburg. Attendees will have the chance to learn more about the industry, fill out an application and sit for an interview. … Continue reading Hundreds of pipeline construction jobs now available in Pennsylvania

New Study: 10.3 million U.S. jobs supported by natural gas & oil in 2015

New Study: 10.3 million U.S. jobs supported by natural gas & oil in 2015

A new study shows that the natural gas and oil industry supported 10.3 million U.S. jobs and added $1.3 trillion to the nation’s economy in 2015. The study found that jobs supported by the industry increased by 500,000 since 2011 and showed that all 50 states, whether producing or non-producing, continued to benefit from the industry. … Continue reading New Study: 10.3 million U.S. jobs supported by natural gas & oil in 2015