On numerous occasions during the past three years, I've used this space to advocate on behalf of the nation's energy producers. Today, I advocate on behalf of one producer, Williams, and contend that individuals in the anti-fossil fuels community should take a second look at how this trailblazing company in the natural gas industry does business.
My contention stems from the findings of a two-day trip I took to Western Colorado this week at the invitation and expense of the American Petroleum Institute. While visiting places like Parachute Field and Rulison Field, I was able to take an up-close look at Williams' natural gas facilities in the Piceance (pronounced “pee-ahnce,” not “Pic-ee-ahnce”) Basin.
Click here to learn more in my first post in a series about the nation's natural gas industry.