Region: Wyoming

Wyoming Hydrogen Hub gaining momentum

Wyoming Hydrogen Hub gaining momentum

With the slightest hint of winter in the air, representatives from industry, academia and government came together in Sweetwater County, Wyoming on a recent September afternoon to commemorate the state’s long history in U.S. energy production and the leading role it is taking in the next generation of energy, including scaling up and commercializing the […]

Wyoming and Williams: Partnering for a clean energy future

Wyoming and Williams: Partnering for a clean energy future

Williams is a key supporter of a new center dedicated to applied hydrogen research at the University of Wyoming School of Energy Resources (SER). Holly Krutka, executive director of SER, spoke to us about the Hydrogen Energy Research Center (H2ERC) and how Wyoming is a key state for research and development of new technologies. Krutka, […]

Northwest Pipeline at peak performance to meet natural gas demand

Northwest Pipeline at peak performance to meet natural gas demand

Northwest Pipeline’s bi-directional design, abundant supply sources and ample storage contributed to a record year of natural gas deliveries. Northwest Pipeline finished 2021 with the highest annual throughput in the pipeline’s history, reaching over 869 billion cubic feet, and is already setting records in 2022. “It was the highest peak electric generation demand year in […]

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 […]

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 at the Game and Fish Commission’s April 22 meeting, which was attended by several Williams employees, including Chad Teply, senior vice president, Project Execution. […]

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 funnel wildlife to six existing crossing structures over 1-25 between Kaycee and Buffalo, Wyoming. The 16-mile corridor boasts the second highest rate of collisions with deer […]

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 considered important indicator species that represent the overall health of their regional ecosystems. In Wyoming, we are coordinating with upstream customers, the U.S. Bureau of […]

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 Operations, was among about 20 employees from Wamsutter and Green River to volunteer on a very windy day in the Chain Lakes Wildlife Habitat Management Area. Employees dug […]

Williams awards second round of grants to support needs related to COVID-19

Williams awards second round of grants to support needs related to COVID-19

Organizations in eight states recently were awarded grants from Williams to support remote learning, workforce training and other community needs during COVID-19. The 27 new grants are part of $1 million in additional community support that Williams pledged earlier this year to address economic, education and public health concerns. A first round of grants was […]

What makes my internship special

What makes my internship special

Just a little over a month ago, 29 university students joined us from fifteen different universities. Unsure how their summer internship might look during a worldwide pandemic, they took the opportunity head on and now they’re charging forward, doing work that’s both important to Williams and to building their future careers. Let’s check in to […]