Williams companies inc.  (WMB)
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Williams Partners
   99.94 % of total Revenue
   0.06 % of total Revenue
   2.96 % of total Revenue

Business Segments (Sep. 30, 2015)
(in millions $)
III. Quarter
(of total Revenues)
(Sep. 30, 2015)
(in millions $)
III. Quarter
(Profit Margin)
Williams Partners
1,792.00 99.94 % 1,021.00 56.98 %
1.00 0.06 % 0.00 -
53.00 2.96 % 0.00 -
1,793.00 100 % 1,021.00 56.94 %

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Growth rates by Segment (Sep. 30, 2015)
Y/Y Revenue
III. Quarter
Q/Q Revenue
(Sep. 30, 2015)
Y/Y Income
III. Quarter
Q/Q Income
Williams Partners
4.92 % -2.08 % 173.73 % -3.04 %
-99.67 % 0 % - -
- 12.77 % - -
-10.71 % -2.08 % -65.19 % -3.04 %

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Business Segments Description

Williams Partners

Gas Pipeline Business

Williams Partners owns and operates a combined total of approximately 13,900 miles of pipelines with a total annual throughput of approximately 2,800 TBtu of natural gas and peak-day delivery capacity of approximately 13 MMdt of natural gas. Our gas pipeline businesses consist primarily of Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Company, LLC (Transco) and Northwest Pipeline GP (Northwest Pipeline). Our gas pipeline business also holds interests in joint venture interstate and intrastate natural gas pipeline systems including a 24.5 percent interest in Gulfstream.

Midstream Business

Williams Partners’ midstream business, one of the nation’s largest natural gas gatherers and processors, has primary service areas concentrated in major producing basins in Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming, the Gulf of Mexico and Pennsylvania. The primary businesses — natural gas gathering, treating, and processing; NGL fractionation, storage and transportation; and oil transportation — fall within the middle of the process of taking raw natural gas and crude oil from the producing fields to the consumer.


Domestic olefins

In the Gulf of Mexico region, we own a 5/6 interest in and are the operator of an NGL light-feed olefins cracker in Geismar, Louisiana, with a total production capacity of 1.35 billion pounds of ethylene and 90 million pounds of propylene per year. Our feedstocks for the cracker are ethane and propane; as a result, we are primarily exposed to the price spread between ethane and propane, and ethylene and propylene, respectively. Ethane and propane are available for purchase from third parties and from affiliates. We own ethane and propane pipeline systems in Louisiana that provide feedstock transportation to the Geismar plant and other third-party crackers. Additionally, we own a refinery grade propylene splitter and associated pipeline with a production capacity of approximately 500 million pounds per year of propylene. At our propylene splitter, we purchase refinery grade propylene and fractionate it into polymer grade propylene and propane; as a result we are exposed to the price spread between those commodities. As a merchant producer of ethylene and propylene, our product sales are to customers for use in making plastics and other downstream petrochemical products destined for both domestic and export markets. Our olefins business also operates an ethylene storage hub at Mont Belvieu using leased third-party underground storage wells.

Canadian midstream

Our Canadian operations include an oil sands off-gas processing plant located near Ft. McMurray, Alberta, and an olefin fractionation facility and a butylene/butane splitter facility, both of which are located at Redwater, Alberta, which is near Edmonton, Alberta. We operate the Ft. McMurray area processing plant, while another party operates the Redwater facilities on our behalf. The butylene/butane splitter was completed and placed into service in August 2010. Our Ft. McMurray area facilities extract liquids from the off-gas produced by a third-party oil sands bitumen upgrading process. Our arrangement with the third-party upgrader is a “keep-whole” type where we remove a mix of NGLs and olefins from the off-gas and return the equivalent heating value back in the form of natural gas. We fractionate, treat, store, terminal and sell the propane, propylene, butane, butylene and condensate recovered from this process. Our commodity price exposure is the spread between the price for natural gas and the NGL and olefin products we produce. We continue to be the only NGL/olefins fractionator in western Canada and the only treater/processor of oil sands upgrader off-gas. Our extraction of liquids from upgrader off-gas streams allows the upgraders to burn cleaner natural gas streams and reduces their overall air emissions.


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