Midstream giant Williams reported record natural gas gathering and processing (G&P) volumes in the Appalachian region during the third quarter, driven by higher prices in the region. Gross gathering volumes for the Northeast G&P segment rose 8% year/year (y/y) to 9.4 Bcf/d, while gross processing plant inlet volumes swelled by 17% to 1.4 Bcf/d, management…
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Williams, which owns one of largest gas pipeline systems in the United States, continues to see increasing demand, including robust flows of natural gas to Mexico, despite the persistent coronavirus pandemic and shaky economy. The Tulsa-based pipeline operator, which operates more than 30,000 miles of pipelines led by the Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line, aka Transco,…
FERC on Friday approved the Williams Leidy South natural gas pipeline project that would connect Marcellus/Utica shale supply to demand markets along the Atlantic Seaboard ahead of the 2021-2022 winter. The 582,400 Dth/d pipeline, an extension of the massive Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line system, aka Transco, would source gas produced by Cabot Oil & Gas…
Tulsa-based natural gas pipeline giant Williams said Thursday it is entering the solar energy business.
Tulsa-based Williams, which operates more than 30,000 miles of natural gas pipelines across the onshore and into the deepwater Gulf of Mexico, said demand remains solid in the face of the coronavirus pandemic and the economic disruption it imposed beginning in March.
Legendary oilman Clayton Williams Jr., 88, who built an oil and gas empire in West Texas and made one unsuccessful bid to become the state’s governor, died Friday.
Williams has filed a comprehensive stipulation and agreement with FERC that the company said would settle all aspects of the pending Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Co. (Transco) rate case, providing rate certainty for customers while allowing the natural gas pipeline to cover its costs.
The Gateway Expansion Project in New Jersey has been completed a full 11 months ahead of schedule, Tulsa-based Williams said Tuesday.
Tulsa-based pipeline giant Williams is expecting robust demand growth on its Atlantic-Gulf corridor natural gas pipelines over the coming years, driven largely by liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports, executives said Thursday during the company’s analyst day in New York City.
The Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC) has been sued by pipeline giant Williams for routinely approving natural gas venting and flaring, which it claims violates state law.