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Powering America’s communities in critical times

Powering America’s communities in critical times

At a time when our nation’s hospitals and health care heroes are fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, our teams at Williams are taking steps to ensure the safe and reliable delivery of energy to America’s cities and communities.

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Shine on: Williams looks to solar to power some sites

Williams plans to install solar energy to power some gathering and processing sites, taking advantage of the decreasing cost of solar technology and available tax credits. Natural gas and solar […]

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Modern energy critical to ending world poverty

Imagine trying to live on $170 a month. In the United States it would be extremely difficult and likely impossible just to cover the basics of food and shelter without any assistance. Nearly half […]

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Preparation is key for hurricane season and Williams is ready

Ryan Mulvania is a Houston-based safety manager but during this time of year, his attention is focused much farther away. He’s watching dust storms in Africa, checking National Hurricane Center […]

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Armstrong: Leadership is a team endeavor

Williams President and CEO Alan Armstrong recently shared what keeps him motivated as a leader, and it’s not what you may think. “I get to work with such a great and energized team that is […]

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Back to the basics: NGLS 101

You may already know that natural gas is an abundant and affordable source of energy to heat homes and generate electricity. Did you also know that this same natural resource is used to create […]

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More than 112 years of unwavering commitment

More than 112 years of unwavering commitment

A lot has changed since Williams was founded in 1908: the growth of cities, the rise of technology and our transformation to America’s clean energy partner. But some things remain the same: […]

Six safety tips for outdoor grilling

Six safety tips for outdoor grilling

Summer is in full swing. The weather is heating up and so are the outdoor grills. With the Fourth of July holiday approaching, grill safety has become increasingly important. July is the peak month […]

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Growing a culture of safety leadership

Williams’ project personnel and 140 contractors recently gathered for courses on safety leadership. All participants made personal commitments to demonstrate safety leadership. Williams’ focus […]

Natural gas keeps it cool

Natural gas keeps it cool

During the warm months, we’re especially grateful for natural gas. About 35% of natural gas is used to create electricity to power your homes and workplaces and keep you cool. Natural gas is […]

Addressing food insecurity in an insecure time

Addressing food insecurity in an insecure time

Before Williams employees started volunteering at Moundsville Middle School, it would take school food bank coordinator Suzanne Muncy almost an entire day to unload a semi-truck with supplies for […]

Using technology to enhance patient services

Using technology to enhance patient services

A robotic device is enhancing patient care at a hospital near our Haynesville operations. The telepresence robot — an easily maneuverable iPad stand on wheels — supplements […]