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The Williams Cos., Inc. operates as an energy infrastructure company, which explores, produces, transports, sells and processes natural gas and petroleum products. It operates through three segments: Williams Partners; and Others. Read More The Williams Partners segment includes gas pipeline and domestic midstream businesses. The gas pipeline business includes interstate natural gas pipelines and pipeline joint venture investments, and the midstream business provides natural gas gathering, treating and processing services; NGL production, fractionation, storage, marketing and transportation and deepwater production handling and crude oil transportation services. The Other segment comprises of corporate operations; olefins pipeline assets; and Canada assets. The company was founded by David Williams and Miller Williams in 1908 and is headquartered in Tulsa, OK.
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Williams CEO to Present at Scotia Howard Weil 2019 Energy Conference
TULSA, Okla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Williams (WMB) announced today that Alan Armstrong, president and chief executive officer, is scheduled to present at the Scotia Howard Weil 2019 Energy Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana, on Wednesday, March 27, at approximately 8:50 a.m. Central Time (9:50 a.m. Eastern Time). While presentations at this conference will not be available via webcast, Mr. Armstrong’s presentation slides will be accessible at www.williams.com beginning on March 26. Scroll to continue with ...
Williams Companies Plans To Grow Its Dividend Double Digits In 2019 - The Williams Companies, Inc. (NYSE:WMB)
This trend of new projects to fund future cash flows, cover dividends, and maintain healthy leverage is a reoccurring theme amongst top pipeline players in North America.
It’s Time to Buy Energy Infrastructure. Just Follow the Canadians.
Text size Blackstone Group and the Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board have more in common than the need to put billions of dollars to work. Both have recently channelled money into energy infrastructure assets. It’s part of a resurgence of interest among private equity and pension managers in so-called master limited partnerships, companies that own pipelines, oil tanks, or other energy-infrastructure assets. They are supposed to produce stable cash flows, rather than soaring and diving in line with t...
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