| Williams Companies is an energy company providing infrastructure that delivers natural gas products to fuel the clean energy economy. Co.'s segments are: Transmission & Gulf of Mexico, which includes Co.'s subsidiary, Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Company, LLC, an interstate natural gas pipeline that extends from the Gulf of Mexico to the eastern seaboard; Northeast G&P, which is comprised of Co.'s midstream gathering, processing, and fractionation businesses; West, which is comprised of Co.'s gas gathering, processing, and treating operations in the Rocky Mountain region; and Sequent, which includes the operations of Sequent Energy Management, L.P. and Sequent Energy Canada, Corp. |
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