We Enjoyed Celebrating with the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce

Williams was one of the sponsors of the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce's

Williams was one of the sponsors of the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 Business, Gas & Job Expo in northeast PA.

We had a great time with our friends at the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce in northeast Pennsylvania.

They recently hosted their annual award celebration as a tribute to the many companies that support Chamber events throughout the year.

At the event, Williams, along with our friends at Cabot Oil & Gas and Southwestern Energy, was recognized for our sponsorship of the Chamber’s 2014 Business, Gas & Job Expo.

It was an honor to be part of this event and we look forward to continue to support the Chamber in the future.

Practice Makes Perfect: Williams and First Responders Partner in PA

At Williams, safety is our top priority. We partner with local first responders to ensure our efforts to keep our employees and our neighbors safe are effective.

To ensure public safety, we frequently meet with first responders to develop and strengthen coordinated response efforts. Recently, we hosted more than 25 representatives from Greene County Emergency Management Agency, Pennsylvania State Police and other first responders for a workshop, tabletop drill and a tour of our facility.

These training sessions happen often across all of our operations. They are designed to provide first responders with the information they need in the unlikely event of a natural gas emergency. Also, it is during this sessions that we exchange ideas, information and learn best practices on hazard awareness and emergency response.

We are dedicated to keeping our employees, community and the public safe through education, training and awareness.

Thank you to all who participated in this training and we look forward to our next meeting.

The Ivy League Comes to Susquehanna County

Yale-tourStudents from Yale University visited Williams’ Zick station in Kingsley, Susquehanna County, Pa. a as part of their annual Fossil Fuels tour.

This was the third consecutive year a group from the Ivy League school has visited our operations there. The annual tour is part of a program that includes visits to coal mining operations, natural gas drilling sites and to compressor facilities in northeast Pennsylvania.

It’s an honor to host these students each year and to showcase our efforts in the region. During the visit, our employees provided an in-depth tour of the facility and explained how natural gas moves form the wellhead to market.

We look forward to hosting Yale again next year.