Make sure leaders know how Williams positively impacts the economy of West Virginia.
- Williams’ West Virginia operations directly employ about 280 people. Additionally, more than 30 West Virginians are employed through its Pennsylvania and Ohio operations.
- Since 2010, Williams has invested more than $4.5 billion in West Virginia in infrastructure acquisitions, upgrades and expansions.
- We have a major presence in state’s Northern Panhandle, including: two processing facilities (Oak Grove and Ft. Beeler) in Marshall County; a fractionator on the Ohio River just south of Moundsville; more than 70 other facilities (including compressor stations and tie-in points) and 660 miles of pipeline throughout Brooke, Ohio, Marshall, Wetzel, Upshur and Tyler counties; and, a regional field office in Moundsville.
*Fractionation breaks natural gas liquids into their base components to be useful.
- Williams views West Virginia as a critical player in the energy value chain, and a vital part of its growth strategy.
- In 2018, Williams began expanding its Oak Grove processing facility, a substantial new investment that increases capacity for gathering and processing natural gas liquids.
- In 2018, Williams provided more than $3 million in private funding to expedite the safe repair of state-maintained roads that were compromised by naturally occurring slips.
- Additionally, since 2012 in West Virginia, Williams has generated more than $1.5 million in funding for organizations such as United Way, the WVU Foundation, West Liberty University and other local non-profits.