Williams companies inc   (WMB)
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Price: $32.2100 $0.35 1.099%
Day's High: $32.26 Week Perf: 2.22 %
Day's Low: $ 31.48 30 Day Perf: -0.8 %
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Open: $31.91 52 Wk Low: $28.30

 Market Capitalization (Millions $) 39,376
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 1,222
 Employees 4,812
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 11,834
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) 1,902
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) -342
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 2,001

Williams Companies Inc
We are a natural gas company originally incorporated under the laws of the state of Nevada in 1949 and reincorporated under the laws of the state of Delaware in 1987. We were founded in 1908 when two Williams brothers began a construction company in Fort Smith, Arkansas.

Today, we primarily find, produce, gather, process and transport natural gas. Our operations stretch across the country and serve the Northwest, California, Rocky Mountains, Gulf Coast and Eastern Seaboard markets.

Substantially all of our operations are conducted through our subsidiaries. To achieve organizational and operating efficiencies, our activities are primarily operated through our wholly-owned subsidiary, Williams Power Company; our interstate natural gas pipelines and pipeline joint venture investments are organized under our wholly-owned subsidiary, Williams Gas Pipeline Company, LLC; our Exploration  & Production business is operated through several wholly-owned subsidiaries including Williams Production Company LLC and Williams Production RMT Company; our Midstream business is operated primarily through wholly-owned subsidiaries including Williams Field Services Group, Inc. and Williams Natural Gas Liquids, Inc.; and our previously reported Petroleum Services and International segments are now reported under our Other segment. This report is organized to reflect this structure.

Our business segments include Power, Gas Pipeline, Exploration & Production, Midstream, and Other.

Our domestic gas gathering and processing customers are generally natural gas producers who have proved and/or producing natural gas fields in the areas surrounding our infrastructure. Our top four gathering and processing customers accounted for about one-third (1/3) of our domestic gathering revenue and processing gross margin. Our gathering and processing agreements are generally long-term agreements.

In addition to our gathering and processing operations, we also market natural gas liquids and petrochemical products to a wide range of users in the energy and petrochemical industries. We provide these products to third parties from the production at our domestic facilities. The majority of domestic sales are based on supply contracts of less than one-year in duration. Our Canadian operations sell the ethane produced from the Canadian facilities to third party end users and the plant operator markets the remainder of the products. Our Canadian ethane sales contracts are typically long-term in nature.

Competition and market environment

We compete directly with large independent energy marketers, marketing affiliates of regulated pipelines and utilities and natural gas producers. We also compete with both brokerage houses and other energy-based companies offering similar services. Since 2002, we have fewer competitors due to the exit of independent energy marketers from the marketplace and the exit of utilities from financial merchant activities. We anticipate more competition in the future from brokerage houses, which are increasing their trading activity.

The FERC has taken various actions to strengthen market forces in the natural gas pipeline industry which has led to increased competition throughout the industry. In a number of key markets, interstate pipelines are now facing competitive pressures from other major pipeline systems, enabling local distribution companies and end users to choose a supplier or switch suppliers based on the short-term price of gas and the cost of transportation.

We expect competition for natural gas transportation to continue to intensify in future years due to increased customer access to other pipelines, rate , competitiveness among pipelines, customers’ desire to have more than one transporter, shorter contract terms and regulatory developments. Future utilization of pipeline capacity will depend on competition from other pipelines, use of alternative fuels, the general level of natural gas demand and weather conditions.

Electricity and distillate fuel oil are the primary competitive forms of energy for residential and commercial markets. Coal and residual fuel oil compete for industrial and electric generation markets. Nuclear and hydroelectric power and power purchased from electric transmission grid arrangements among electric utilities also compete with gas-fired electric generation in certain markets. 

The natural gas industry is highly competitive. We compete in the areas of property acquisitions and the development, production and marketing of, and exploration for, natural gas with major oil companies, other independent oil and natural gas concerns and individual producers and operators. We also compete with major and independent oil and gas concerns in recruiting and retaining qualified employees.

The gathering and processing business is a regional business with varying competitive factors in each basin. Our gathering and processing business competes with other midstream companies, interstate and intrastate pipelines, master limited partnerships (MLP), producers and independent gatherers and processors. We primarily compete with five to ten companies across all basins in which we provide services. Our focus is to provide our customers with reliable service at a competitive price.

Numerous factors impact any given customer’s choice of a gathering or processing services provider, including rate, location, term, timeliness of well connections, pressure obligations and the willingness of the provider to process for either a fee or for liquids taken in-kind. Our gathering and processing services are generally covered by long-term contracts with applicable acreage or reserve dedications. The active drilling programs near our relatively large positions in the San Juan Basin, Wyoming area and Gulf Coast Region are indicators that demand for future gathering and processing infrastructure and services should continue.

   Company Address: One Williams Center Tulsa 74172 OK
   Company Phone Number: 945-5426   Stock Exchange / Ticker: NYSE WMB
   WMB is expected to report next financial results on February 27, 2023.

Customers Net Income grew by WMB's Customers Net Profit Margin grew to

96.68 %

12.15 %

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