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Right here. Right now.

Right here. Right now.

Learn more about what we are doing right here, right now to build a clean energy economy. Williams is focused on practical and immediate opportunities to reduce emissions and scale renewables – […]

Williams Honored with Wyoming wildlife award

Williams Honored with Wyoming wildlife award

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department awarded Williams with its Industry Wildlife Stewardship Award in recognition of our positive impact on wildlife and habitat in the state. The award was presented […]

Harnessing the power of hydrogen for clean energy

Harnessing the power of hydrogen for clean energy

You may remember from science class that hydrogen is the simplest and most abundant element in the universe. Think of the upper left-hand corner of the periodic table to that first box with the […]

Saving wildlife while keeping drivers on the go

Saving wildlife while keeping drivers on the go

A Wyoming wildlife crossing project supported by Williams will protect motorists and migrating animals such as mule deer. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will construct special fencing to […]

Two birds, one mission to protect ecosystems

Two birds, one mission to protect ecosystems

The greater sage-grouse. The lesser prairie chicken. While different species, the birds are equally important when it comes to protecting biodiversity in the areas in which we operate and are […]

Boosting an ecosystem: desert sagebrush

Boosting an ecosystem: desert sagebrush

Wyoming employees, working in partnership with the state Game and Fish Department, planted 1,500 sagebrush seedlings to support greater sage-grouse and other wildlife. Todd Skalberg, Supervisor of […]

What I Do: Environmental specialist

What I Do: Environmental specialist

Establishing open dialogue with internal and external stakeholders is an essential part of Tara Meek’s role at Williams. As an environmental specialist, Meek works closely with government […]

Tracking monarchs on the move

Tracking monarchs on the move

How do you track a butterfly that travels thousands of miles each year migrating between the northern United States and Mexico? If you are part of Project Monarch Watch, you tag them with tiny […]