Region: Ohio

Ten stories you might have missed in 2021

Ten stories you might have missed in 2021

As we wrap up 2021, we look back to some of the stories we shared. From Executive Perspectives to New Energy Ventures to the latest newsroom content,  we’ve shared how Williams is looking to the future while providing critical infrastructure, celebrating communities and championing employees. More favorites from 2021: With eyes on a clean energy […]

Williams donates building to Ohio school district

Williams donates building to Ohio school district

When Williams no longer needed one of two buildings it owns in Salineville, Ohio, leaders inquired with village leaders about public needs. That led to the donation of the Kenneth Hutson building to the Southern Local School district. In addition to giving the building to the district, Williams donated desks, tables and other furnishing no […]

Why STEM? Williams women share how they got started.

Why STEM? Williams women share how they got started.

Williams employees in STEM roles have unique stories about how they got involved in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math careers. We’re featuring a few of them here with short Q&As. Dahlia Rainwater, E&C Project Manager, Tulsa How did you become interested in pursuing a STEM career? I “jobbed out” my junior and senior years of […]

Commodities Optimization is optimal job for this employee

Commodities Optimization is optimal job for this employee

Williams employee Quincy Jones was not named after the famous musician and record producer. But he did grow up singing gospel music in church and loves to croon R&B to his young daughters. Jones, a commodities optimization rep based in Tulsa, finds that like music, sometimes careers take on different rhythms and where you start […]

Delivering on its Commitments, Williams Welcomes the Class of 2020 Interns

Delivering on its Commitments, Williams Welcomes the Class of 2020 Interns

Welcome, Williams intern class of 2020! This summer, 29 students join the company from 15 universities, spanning nine states. Reporting for the first day of work looks a little different this year since the program was adjusted to fit our “new normal.” Most interns picked up laptops, met managers and mentors, then returned home with […]

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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 make perfect partners in the clean energy economy. Natural gas is abundant, affordable and reliable and can quickly provide power when the sun doesn’t shine. […]

What is renewable natural gas?

What is renewable natural gas?

What do farm animals and trash have in common? They are both sustainable sources of renewable natural gas or RNG and key to Williams partnerships with dairies and landfills in several states. Methane is a byproduct of waste decomposition. Capturing methane from dairies and landfills prevents the methane from being released into the atmosphere. Instead, […]

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 […]

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 […]

U.S. Chamber report demonstrates need for Northeast pipelines

U.S. Chamber report demonstrates need for Northeast pipelines

The lack of pipeline infrastructure in the Northeast has resulted in some of the highest electricity rates in the nation for families and business—and it will only get worse, according to a report by the U.S. Chamber’s Institute for 21st Century Energy. The installment is part of the Energy Institute’s “Energy Accountability Series” asks the question: “What […]

When it rains, it pours…support from Williams

When it rains, it pours…support from Williams

In recent years, and especially in 2018, the region that comprises Williams’ Northeast Gathering and Processing footprint – Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio – has been hit with significant rainfall. This has resulted in everything from flooding to slips in roadways, and has triggered a massive relief effort from Williams and many of the more […]

In 2017, continued strong support for Williams’ communities nationwide

In 2017, continued strong support for Williams’ communities nationwide

In all the communities we call home, Williams and our employees are highly visible community partners. We encourage our people to give back locally and we encourage their involvement by supporting the nonprofits for which they have a passion. We also prioritize support for education – particularly STEM education – along with first responders and […]