Williams owns and operates natural gas gathering, processing and transmission assets in the state of Wyoming, primarily serving producers in the Greater Green River and Powder River Basins.
Our Wyoming gathering and processing operations include Southwest Wyoming, Wamsutter and Niobrara:
- More than 3,700 miles of pipeline1
- Inlet gathering capacity of 1.3 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day1
- Gas processing plants with combined inlet capacity of 1.9 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day
- Opal processing plant with 1.1 billion cubic feet per day
- Echo Springs plant with 740 million cubic feet per day
- Bucking Horse plant with 120 million cubic feet per day1
- Capacity to recover a total of 112,000 barrels per day of natural gas liquids
Our plants are monitored 24 hours a day by highly-skilled operations personnel using state-of-the-art technology.
Assets with Ties to Wyoming
Williams owns 50 percent and operates the Overland Pass Pipeline that originates at our Opal plant in southwestern Wyoming transporting natural gas liquids to the Conway, Kansas area where it is fractionated, stored and transported to market.
Williams’ Northwest Pipeline is a primary artery for the transmission of natural gas to the Pacific Northwest and Intermountain Region. This 4,000-mile bi-directional transmission system crosses the states of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah and Colorado. Northwest’s bi-directional system provides access to British Columbia, Alberta, Rocky Mountain and San Juan Basin gas supplies.
1 Includes our 50 percent ownership of the Jackalope gathering and processing system, which we operate, with 184 miles of pipeline, 165 MMcf/d of gathering capacity and 120 MMcf/d of processing.