Friendsville, PA — On Oct. 7, Williams participated in the 2016 Cabot Fall Classic Sporting Clay Tournament at Hausmann’s Hidden Hollow. Hosted by Cabot Oil & Gas, the third annual clay shoot brought together more than 350 energy professionals and local businesspeople to support the Lackawanna College School of Petroleum & Natural Gas. Williams’ donation of $10,000 supports the education of students preparing for careers in petroleum and natural gas, and for the third year in a row, Cabot’s event raised more than $100,000 for the college.Students from the college assisted at the event and were presented opportunities to network
Students from the college assisted at the event and were presented opportunities to network with industry professionals and discuss internship opportunities.
Brian Costanzo, vice president for college advancement at Lackawanna College, highlighted the importance of the company’s involvement in education, saying “our students are very fortunate to have such great industry partners. Without those partnerships, our students aren’t getting the experience they need to succeed in the industry.”
In addition to the donation, Williams had two teams (10 people) participating in the Fall Classic. A Williams community outreach team was on hand to provide information and to collect signatures in support of the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline project.