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Williams’ pipelines consist of miles of high-strength steel pipe moving large amounts of natural gas.
Natural Gas works hand in hand with renewables like wind and solar.
Energy is crucial for Pennsylvania.
Technology is making it possible for the industry to produce more natural gas and do it in a cleaner way.
Learn the facts for natural gas customers and its environmental benefits.
Natural gas has contributed to a drastic decrease in the nation's CO2 emissions.
A guide to our construction process.
Williams takes specific steps to avoid and quickly address gas leaks.
The different types of subsurface pipeline construction methods that may be employed to avoid or minimize surface disturbances.
The pipeline construction process and the mitigation techniques that will be incorporated to address the issues specific to farmers and the important industry they represent.
To ensure the safe operation of our Transco pipeline system, working with landowners to form partnerships is important.
Expanding existing facilities or building new facilities is necessary as natural gas demand grows.
The preliminary first step in gathering critical information that can be used in developing a pipeline proposal.
Williams utilizes various methods for installation of pipelines across waterbodies.
The "engines" that power an interstate natural gas pipeline.
Restoring the right of way and easement land as closely as possible to its original condition.
Siting natural gas pipeline facilities is comprised of many variables.
A review of Williams' service to the Pennsylvania in 2016.
The United States has reduced its carbon emissions more than virtually any other nation in the world.
One of the construction methods Williams utilizes to minimize environmental or community impacts.
Williams is committed to operating its facilities safely and efficiently in order to protect the public.
One of three interstate natural gas pipelines operated by Williams - The Transco Pipeline
Providing safe, reliable natural gas transportation to heat homes and generate electricity across the nation.
How Williams builds pipelines.
Application to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) requesting a certificate of public convenience and necessity for Northeast Supply Enhancement.
This is an overview of the Northeast Supply Enhancement Project, including descriptions of the pipeline and aboveground facilities, construction methodologies and proposed construction schedule.
Williams has proposed mitigation for impacts on groundwater resources to avoid any sensitive structures on the waterfront.
Williams has proposed mitigation measures to avoid or minimize the potential effects on existing fish, vegetation and wildlife resources
Williams has worked to significantly minimize impacts on existing cultural resources along the proposed project route.
Williams has taken steps to ensure a positive socioeconomic impact on areas impacted by Northeast Supply Enhancement.
Williams has proposed several mitigation measures to significantly minimize or avoid potential effects of geological hazards on Project facilities.
Williams has prioritized responsible soil management during all phases of the Northeast Supply Enhancement Project.
Williams has proposed several mitigation measures to significantly reduce or avoid potential impacts on intersecting land.
Williams has worked to significantly minimize potential impacts on air and noise quality in the project area.
Williams consistently collaborates with community members, landowners and organizations to consider the most responsible project route.
Williams has collaborated with the public to develop the safest, most efficient project route.
Williams has helped lead remediation efforts at existing compressor stations with PCB-contaminated soil and has proposed mitigation measures to avoid potential impacts.
These two energy sources are allies, not competitors.
Environmental Impact Statement assessing potential impacts of construction and operation of Northeast Supply Enhancement