Special Evening with the NYC Audubon Honoring Heroes of Jamaica Bay

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U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer (NY) with Williams employee Mike, Williams’ local outreach partner for the New York region.

Williams was a proud sponsor of the Jamaica Bay and New York City Audubon for the Special Reception to Honor Heroes of Jamaica Bay. 

This special event was sponsored by the New York City Audubon focusing on a film that they have produced about the Jamaica Bay. Several of our employees were in attendance and interacted with United States Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) who was the keynote speaker during the event.

This organization has been a great partner for Williams as we develop our Rockaway Lateral pipeline project. The understand the need for new infrastructure and support our efforts to maintain the integrity of the Bay.

Record-breaking production in the Marcellus, infrastructure boost economic growth in Pennsylvania

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From NPR StateImpact story.

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) released a report that shows 2014 natural gas production in the state jumped 30 percent. This story from NPR’s StateImpact has details from the DEP report.

Williams and our employees in the Northeast help make this record-breaking production in the Marcellus a reality. Building safe and reliable infrastructure that moves this growing energy source from the wellhead to growing markets is what we do. We make energy happen.

Read the full story on NPR’s StateImpact.

Marcellus places U.S. among top world shale gas producers

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Source: Energy Information Administration

 

A recent report from the Energy Information Administration states that the United States is currently one of only four countries in the world that are producing commercial volumes of either natural gas from shale formations or crude oil from tight formations.

The report also suggests that a large portion of shale gas production growth is taking place in the Marcellus Shale. There, dry natural gas production has considerably increased in the past three years, from an average of 4.8 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) in 2011 to an average of 14.6 Bcf/d in 2014.

Read the full report on the EIA website. 

Williams’ operations in the Marcellus are helping natural gas from the Marcellus region to reach key markets across the U.S. Learn more about our operations online.