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Made-in-America Gulfstar Arrives in Deepwater Gulf
Made-in-America Gulfstar Arrives in Deepwater Gulf About 135 miles south of New Orleans, in 4,000 feet of water, floats Gulfstar One —21,500 tons of proof that American engineering and construction are alive and well. Read More »
One of a Kind
Williams in Canada One of a Kind Since 2002, Williams has been reducing greenhouse gas and sulfur emissions in Alberta, Canada by processing gas created as a byproduct from oil-sands upgrading operations. We’re the only company in the world doing this. And now we’re planning to build and operate Canada’s first propane dehydrogenation (PDH) facility in Alberta, significantly increasing production of polymer-grade propylene, a valuable petrochemical feedstock used in plastics manufacturing. Read More »
America’s Energy Future. Right Now.
America's Energy Future Right Now. America needs energy. We need hands-on problem-solvers like Kelsie, a 2009 chemical engineering grad. Kelsie is helping us build large-scale infrastructure to develop vast sources of clean-burning natural gas, safely and efficiently. So far, Kelsie’s already worked on business-critical projects in New Mexico and Pennsylvania. Forward thinkers driving long-term solutions. At Williams, we make energy happen. Read More »
A Gas-Powered Renaissance
A Gas-Powered Renaissance. The petrochemical industry touches everyone's daily lives like perhaps no other. It produces everything from water bottles to computer parts and almost everything in between. You know that plastics play a big role in daily life – what you may not know is that shale gas is creating a renaissance in the petrochemical industry. And Williams is helping make it happen. Read More »
Our Pipeline, A Lifeline
When winter gets brutal, Our Pipeline's a Lifeline. Our long-haul Transco pipeline, the largest in the U.S., connects customers on the Eastern Seaboard with prolific natural gas supplies in the Gulf of Mexico. Utilities count on Williams to deliver the gas they need to keep homes and businesses warm on winter's coldest days – including half of the gas consumed in New York City. Read More »
Opal, WY Update

Opal, WY Update

The precautionary evacuation of Opal was lifted at about 11:20 a.m. local time and all residents were free to return home. Authorities opened Highway 30 at about 9:30 a.m. local time, which had been closed as a precaution.

2014 1st Quarter Earnings Release

2014 1st Quarter Earnings Release

4/30/2014 (after market close)
5/1 Analyst Call 9:30 a.m. EDT
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