Congratulations Tara Meek and Mary Frances Edmonds, who were elected to leadership positions on the 2020 National Board of Directors for the Women’s Energy Network (WEN.) Meek, specialist, Regulatory Affairs, Northeast, will be president-elect of the national board, and Edmonds, Vice President, Assistant General Counsel, will be chapter relations director. Meek will become president of…
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One of Williams’ newest natural gas supply sources comes from an unlikely place. A blog post from the Washington Department of Ecology details how Williams is transporting natural gas originating from one of the largest landfills in the U.S. As part of a new green-energy project, the Klickitat County Public Utility District (PUD), and the landfill’s owner, Republic Services,…