Region: Oklahoma

More than an internship: summer program exceeds standards

More than an internship: summer program exceeds standards

We’re excited to welcome Williams’ Intern Class of 2022! Today, 60 students from 19 universities and technical schools are reporting to 15 of our locations across the country to begin our summer university and operations technician internship programs. We plan to exceed the standard and provide them with much more than an internship! “At Williams, […]

Technology for Good: Williams’ in-kind donations support nonprofits

Technology for Good: Williams’ in-kind donations support nonprofits

Williams support of a Tulsa nonprofit is helping other nonprofits that need computer equipment and IT services. 501tech accepts in-kind donations of surplus equipment from companies like Williams and refurbishes them for nonprofits in need. They also provide IT support. For Williams, it’s been a way to give back to the Tulsa community for 12 […]

Picture this: Volunteer Week 2022

Picture this: Volunteer Week 2022

Building houses, landscaping, packaging food and helping students! These are some of the many activities during Williams inaugural Volunteer Week. We have hundreds of employees helping nonprofits in 18 states. More than 160 projects total! Strong community involvement is at the heart of Williams. Williams Volunteer Week builds on the company’s long tradition of being […]

Scooping rice at the food bank

Hundreds of employees to give back during inaugural Volunteer Week

In a nationwide show of community support, hundreds of Williams employees will give their energy to complete more than 160 projects across 18 states as part of the company’s inaugural Volunteer Week, April 22-29. “Strong community involvement is at the heart of Williams, driven by our core value to be responsible stewards,” said Alan Armstrong, […]

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 […]

Saluting our military veterans today and every day

Saluting our military veterans today and every day

Adaptability, accountability and commitment to excellence are a few of the attributes our past and present service members bring to Williams. Qualities that are well regarded in our nation’s military forces also are key to success in a dynamic workplace like Williams, said Bill Bates, a former U.S. Army engineer and manager of projects for […]

Native American Heritage Month: Building strong community partners

Native American Heritage Month: Building strong community partners

Across the United States, 143 Native American tribes live near our operations. We’re continually building our relationships with the sovereign nations as we aspire to be strong community partners. “Supporting Native American organizations is a way we show appreciation and respect to the communities in which we work,” said David Spring, a Williams employee who […]

First responders are key to keeping our communities safe

First responders are key to keeping our communities safe

Peter Baez’s career has been all about protecting country, community and company. With a degree in emergency management, the former U.S. Marine transitioned to civilian life as an operations technician for Williams. Today, he’s working in security operations at Williams’ Tulsa headquarters and part of his job is helping develop and lead emergency response drills […]

Why Williams CEO gives back to help students succeed

Why Williams CEO gives back to help students succeed

It’s back to school time and a reminder of the importance of education and mentorship in preparing students for the future. In this Q&A with Williams President and CEO Alan Armstrong, he tells us why he’s passionate about serving on the boards of 3DE and Junior Achievement USA, nonprofits that help students connect their education […]

Equipping students with tools to succeed

Equipping students with tools to succeed

The Pencil Box, a nonprofit serving over 500 Tulsa County teachers, gave away 96,000 pencils – and a lot of other supplies last year. The pencil quantity was so large, if you strung them end to end, they’d stretch across the Grand Canyon. Now that’s something worth writing about! The nonprofit is reducing the out-of-pocket […]

What I do: risk engineer

What I do: risk engineer

As a young teen, Pablo Lugo liked to take his electronics apart and rebuild them for other uses. A remote for a toy car became a switch to turn his bedroom light off and on and practice Morse code. As an engineer II for Williams’ pipeline safety and asset integrity group, Lugo is still building […]