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  • Natural Gas: The Long Journey to Your Home

    Williams’ pipelines consist of miles of high-strength steel pipe moving large amounts of natural gas.

  • Harmony Between Renewables & Natural Gas

    Natural Gas works hand in hand with renewables like wind and solar.

  • API Pennsylvania Overview

    Energy is crucial for Pennsylvania.

  • Cutting Natural Gas Industry Methane Emissions

    Technology is making it possible for the industry to produce more natural gas and do it in a cleaner way.

  • Natural Gas: The Facts

    Learn the facts for natural gas customers and its environmental benefits.

  • Products of American Shale Development

    Shale development has greatly increased natural gas supplies, providing a clean-burning and affordable fuel to power American industry.

  • Shale Gas Reduces CO2 Emissions

    Natural gas has contributed to a drastic decrease in the nation's CO2 emissions.

  • How Williams Builds Pipelines

    A guide to our construction process.

  • Leak Prevention and Detection

    Williams takes specific steps to avoid and quickly address gas leaks.

  • Subsurface Pipeline Installation

    The different types of subsurface pipeline construction methods that may be employed to avoid or minimize surface disturbances.

  • Information for Agricultural Landowners

    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.

  • How You May Continue to Use the ROW

    To ensure the safe operation of our Transco pipeline system, working with landowners to form partnerships is important.

  • Acquiring Easements or Rights of Way

    Expanding existing facilities or building new facilities is necessary as natural gas demand grows.

  • Ground Surveys

    The preliminary first step in gathering critical information that can be used in developing a pipeline proposal.

  • Crossing Rivers and Streams

    Williams utilizes various methods for installation of pipelines across waterbodies.

  • What is a Compressor Station?

    The "engines" that power an interstate natural gas pipeline.

  • Post-Construction Restoration

    Restoring the right of way and easement land as closely as possible to its original condition.

  • Selecting Facility Locations

    Siting natural gas pipeline facilities is comprised of many variables.

  • At a Glance in Pennsylvania

    A review of Williams' service to the Pennsylvania in 2016.

  • Williams – We Make Energy Happen

    Primarily operating in North America, which gathers, processes and transports natural gas, Williams is a leading energy infrastructure company.

  • Natural Gas Fueling a Renewable Future

    The United States has reduced its carbon emissions more than virtually any other nation in the world.

  • Introduction to Horizontal Direction Drilling

    One of the construction methods Williams utilizes to minimize environmental or community impacts.

  • Safety Commitment

    Williams is committed to operating its facilities safely and efficiently in order to protect the public.

  • The Transcontinental Gas Pipeline Company

    One of three interstate natural gas pipelines operated by Williams - The Transco Pipeline

  • Williams’ Interstate Transmission Pipelines

    Providing safe, reliable natural gas transportation to heat homes and generate electricity across the nation.

  • Construction Illustration

    How Williams builds pipelines.

  • 7(c) Natural Gas Certificate Application

    Application to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) requesting a certificate of public convenience and necessity for Northeast Supply Enhancement.

  • General Project Description – Resource Report 1

    This is an overview of the Northeast Supply Enhancement Project, including descriptions of the pipeline and aboveground facilities, construction methodologies and proposed construction schedule.

  • Water Use & Quality – Resource Report 2

    Williams has proposed mitigation for impacts on groundwater resources to avoid any sensitive structures on the waterfront.

  • Fish, Wildlife & Vegetation – Resource Report 3

    Williams has proposed mitigation measures to avoid or minimize the potential effects on existing fish, vegetation and wildlife resources

  • Cultural Resources – Resource Report 4

    Williams has worked to significantly minimize impacts on existing cultural resources along the proposed project route.

  • Socioeconomics – Resource Report 5

    Williams has taken steps to ensure a positive socioeconomic impact on areas impacted by Northeast Supply Enhancement.

  • Geological Resources – Resource Report 6

    Williams has proposed several mitigation measures to significantly minimize or avoid potential effects of geological hazards on Project facilities.

  • Soils – Resource Report 7

    Williams has prioritized responsible soil management during all phases of the Northeast Supply Enhancement Project.

  • Land Use, Recreation & Aesthetics – Resource Report 8

    Williams has proposed several mitigation measures to significantly reduce or avoid potential impacts on intersecting land.

  • Air Quality & Noise – Resource Report 9

    Williams has worked to significantly minimize potential impacts on air and noise quality in the project area.

  • Alternatives – Resource Report 10

    Williams consistently collaborates with community members, landowners and organizations to consider the most responsible project route.

  • Safety & Reliability – Resource Report 11

    Williams has collaborated with the public to develop the safest, most efficient project route.

  • PCB Contamination – Resource Report 12

    Williams has helped lead remediation efforts at existing compressor stations with PCB-contaminated soil and has proposed mitigation measures to avoid potential impacts.

  • NESE Economic Impact Study

    authored by researchers at Rutgers University