West Virginia

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.

The action that we are asking you to respond to today is letting your leaders know about the positive impact that Williams is making on West Virginia’s economy. Your voice and support make a difference. Please take a few minutes send a letter to your legislator expressing your support for William’s positive efforts and how important Williams is to West Virginia’s economy.