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At Williams, we’ve been around more than a century, yet our mission has never been more important. We enable our customers, investors, employees and communities to maximize the opportunities created by the vastly greater supply of natural gas and natural gas products.
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Williams’ interstate gas pipeline and gathering & processing operations span the United States, including strategic assets in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico, the Rockies, the Pacific Northwest and the Eastern Seaboard.
Williams was recently recognized by the International Association for Public Participation (IAP2-USA) for its work in engaging with and collaborating with the public and other stakeholders during the planning phase of the Atlantic Sunrise project. The IAP2 is an international federation of professionals in 26 countries working to advance the practice of public participation. During the awards ceremony … Continue reading International association recognizes Williams for project public engagement
A new book highlighting innovative best practices in environmental conservation includes a case study on Williams’ Atlantic Sunrise Environmental Stewardship Program. Titled ‘The Science of Strategic Conservation,’ the book is co-authored by Will Allen, Vice President, Conservation Services as well as Director of the Conservation Fund’s Strategic Conservation Planning program, and Kent Messer, Unidel H. Cosgrove … Continue reading New book features highlights of Williams environmental stewardship program
As Williams celebrates 100 years in Tulsa, we look back on how John Williams, former CEO and nephew of the founders, changed the face of downtown. What started as Williams Brothers Company in 1918 over time evolved into the Williams Companies, with interests in energy, agricultural chemicals, fiber optic communications, mining and more. During his … Continue reading Former CEO John Williams changed the face of downtown