Midstream giant Williams reported a jump in earnings and, during accompanying investor presentations, touted an expected spike in natural gas demand through this decade and into the next even if new political or regulatory roadblocks emerge.

“Under any scenario, a lot of growth is coming on the demand side,” CEO Alan Armstrong said during an analyst day the company held Wednesday after reporting fourth quarter earnings.  

Williams, which specializes in natural gas processing and transportation, expects to capitalize on a coming surge in Gulf Coast LNG demand beginning in 2025.

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