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January 17, 2013
16:17 EDTWMBWilliams raises dividend to 33.88c per share from 32.5c per share
Williams' board has approved a regular dividend of 33.88c on the company's common stock, payable March 25, to holders of record at the close of business on March 8. The Q1 dividend is an increase of 1.38c, or 4.2%, over the previous quarterly dividend of 32.5c per share. The new amount is an increase of 8c, or 30.9%, over 1Q12. The increased dividend is consistent with the company's previously announced plan to increase its dividend more frequently, with increases every quarter. The company continues to expect the full-year dividend it pays shareholders in each 2013 and 2014 to increase by 20%, to $1.44 and $1.75 per share, respectively. Williams' full-year dividend for 2012 was $1.20 per share.
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September 4, 2014
16:02 EDTWMBWilliams announces open season for Transco Western Marcellus Pipeline Project
Williams (WMB) has announced that it is initiating an open season from September 3 to September 29 for the Western Marcellus Pipeline Project, an expansion of the Transco interstate pipeline to provide incremental firm natural gas transportation capacity to growing markets in the Mid-Atlantic and southeastern United States by late 2018. Transco is a wholly owned subsidiary of Williams Partners (WPZ), of which Williams owns controlling interests and is the general partner. The Western Marcellus Pipeline Project is being designed to provide from one billion to in excess of two billion cubic feet per day of new natural gas transportation capacity from receipt points in the Western Marcellus and Utica supply areas to points as far south as Transco’s Zone 3 compressor station 65 in Mississippi and as far north as the proposed Zone 6 River Road point in Pennsylvania. The project would connect Williams’ Ohio Valley Midstream processing and gathering system in northern West Virginia with the Transco pipeline, the largest volume pipeline system in the United States. The final capacity, scope and cost of the project will be determined by the results of the open season.

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