December 2019, Vol. 246, No. 12

Editor's Notebook

Williams' Clean Break with Conventional Messaging

EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK By Michael Reed, Editor-in-Chief In what should be seen in the midstream sector as a long-overdue tactic, Northeast Supply Enhancement (NSE) developer Williams Companies has pointedly been promoting the project’s environmental and safety assets as a chief reason it should go forward.   Touting natural gas as a cleaner alternative to heating oil and coal while reinforcing the fact that, without the project, the same supply would end up shipped by trucks – creating both pollution and road hazards – Williams CEO Alan Armstrong told Bloomberg recently, “If you are really passionate about climate change, stepping over and ignoring this [project’s] op

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