WMB - The Williams Companies, Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
27.88
-0.37 (-1.31%)
At close: 4:03PM EDT
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Previous Close28.25
Open28.33
Bid27.00 x 21500
Ask28.72 x 1400
Day's Range27.78 - 28.33
52 Week Range24.00 - 33.67
Volume24,802,666
Avg. Volume11,984,051
Market Cap33.717B
Beta2.14
PE Ratio (TTM)11.53
EPS (TTM)2.42
Earnings DateOct 30, 2018 - Nov 5, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield1.36 (4.84%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-09-06
1y Target Est34.11
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  • ETE and WMB: What to Expect from the Stocks
    Market Realist2 days ago

    ETE and WMB: What to Expect from the Stocks

    Let’s see which stock under our consideration looks strong considering the chart indicators. In this series, we’re comparing Energy Transfer Equity (ETE) and Williams Companies (WMB). Williams Companies stock is trading at $28.09, which is ~5% and 1% below its 50-day and 200-day moving average levels, respectively. The levels around $29.46 and $28.43 could act as a resistance for the stock going forward. The stock is trading in the “oversold” zone with its RSI (relative strength index) at 24.

  • Analyzing ETE and WMB’s Dividend Profiles
    Market Realist3 days ago

    Analyzing ETE and WMB’s Dividend Profiles

    Energy Transfer Equity (ETE) paid a distribution of $0.31 per unit for the third quarter, which represents an annualized distribution of $1.22 per unit for 2018—an increase of 6% year-over-year. In comparison, Williams Companies (WMB) paid a dividend of $0.34 per share, which implies an annualized dividend of $1.36 per share. The dividend growth is more than 13% year-over-year.

  • ETE versus WMB: Whose Leverage Is More Concerning?
    Market Realist3 days ago

    ETE versus WMB: Whose Leverage Is More Concerning?

    Williams Companies (WMB) is placed better in terms of leverage compared to Energy Transfer Equity (ETE). At the end of the second quarter, Williams Companies’ net debt-to-EBITDA was close to 5.9x, while Energy Transfer Equity’s net debt-to-EBITDA was 6.1x. Williams Companies had a net debt of $21.0 billion, while Energy Transfer Equity had a net debt of $44.0 billion as of June 30.

  • ETE and WMB: Midstream Giants’ Earnings Growth
    Market Realist3 days ago

    ETE and WMB: Midstream Giants’ Earnings Growth

    Energy Transfer Equity’s (ETE) subsidiary, Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) has notable exposure to the Permian region—the most prolific basin in the country. Energy Transfer Partners also has several expansion projects ongoing in the region. The region continues to experience strong drilling activity. Energy Transfer Equity witnessed 29% EBITDA growth during the first half of 2018—compared to the same period last year.

  • Energy Transfer and Williams Companies’ Total Returns
    Market Realist3 days ago

    Energy Transfer and Williams Companies’ Total Returns

    Energy Transfer Equity (ETE) outperformed Williams Companies (WMB) in terms of total returns in the last few years. We have considered dividend payments and capital appreciation to calculate the total returns. In the past year, Energy Transfer Equity returned more than 5%, while Williams Companies returned -4%.

  • Dominion Energy Inc. Gives Up on Its MLP
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    Dominion Energy Inc. Gives Up on Its MLP

    The utility is the latest energy company to take its master limited partnership private after a government policy change cut into its cash flow.

  • Energy Transfer Equity versus Williams Companies
    Market Realist3 days ago

    Energy Transfer Equity versus Williams Companies

    As crude oil prices continue to improve, oil and gas explorers are ramping up production, which drives the demand for transportation infrastructure. In this series, we’ll compare two midstream infrastructure providers—Energy Transfer Equity (ETE) and Williams Companies (WMB). We’ll compare their recent operating and market performance. We’ll see which company is placed better for the future.

  • Williams' Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline Seeks Final Nod From FERC
    Zacks3 days ago

    Williams' Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline Seeks Final Nod From FERC

    Williams' (WMB) Atlantic Sunrise natural gas pipeline is going to have a transportation capacity of around 1.7 billion cubic feet of gas per day (Bcf/d).

  • Business Wire4 days ago

    Williams Reports Mechanical Completion of Atlantic Sunrise Project; Requests Permission from FERC to Place Project into Full Service

    Williams (WMB) today reported that the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline project has achieved mechanical completion and 1.7 Bcf/d of critically needed capacity is now ready to be placed in service pending final approval from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). The company requested such permission from the FERC earlier today. Backed by long-term shipper commitments, the nearly $3 billion expansion of the existing Transco natural gas pipeline will connect abundant Marcellus gas supplies with markets in the Mid-Atlantic, including the Cove Point LNG facility, and the Southeastern U.S. and is designed to increase natural gas deliveries by 1.7 billion cubic feet per day.

  • Cheniere Energy: Analysts’ Recommendations
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    Cheniere Energy: Analysts’ Recommendations

    Of the 15 analysts covering Cheniere Energy (LNG) stock, nine recommended a “strong buy,” three recommended a “buy,” and three recommended a “hold” on the stock. None of the analysts recommended a “sell” on the stock as of September 18.

  • Market Realist6 days ago

    CLMT, NBLX, and WES Fell the Most among MLPs Last Week

    Downstream MLP Calumet Specialty Products Partners (CLMT) fell 6.5% last week, which ended September 14. Noble Midstream Partners (NBLX) fell 3.7% last week and has fallen 21% so far in 2018. Western Gas Partners (WES) and its general partner Western Gas Equity Partners (WGP) fell 3.6% and 3.7%, respectively, last week.

  • KMI, EPD, MPLX: Top Midstream Gainers Last Week
    Market Realist6 days ago

    KMI, EPD, MPLX: Top Midstream Gainers Last Week

    Midstream sector stocks underperformed the broader markets last week, which ended on September 14. The Alerian MLP Index gained 0.4% compared to a 1.2% rise for the S&P 500 Index. The Energy Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLE) rose 2% for the week, and crude oil prices increased 1.8%.

  • These 2 Top Stocks Offer High Yields and Double-Digit Dividend Growth
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    These 2 Top Stocks Offer High Yields and Double-Digit Dividend Growth

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  • See what the IHS Markit Score report has to say about Williams Companies Inc.
    Markit11 days ago

    See what the IHS Markit Score report has to say about Williams Companies Inc.

    The last change in the short interest score occurred more than 1 month ago and implies that there has been little change in sentiment among investors who seek to profit from falling equity prices. The current level displays a positive indicator.

  • KMI, WMB, OKE: Which S&P 500 Midstream Stock Looks the Best?
    Market Realist12 days ago

    KMI, WMB, OKE: Which S&P 500 Midstream Stock Looks the Best?

    Among the three companies under review in this series, Williams Companies (WMB) looks fairly valued and has shown consistent earnings and revenue growth over the last several quarters. The stock looks poised for steady upward movement in the future.

  • Among KMI, OKE, and WMB, Which Stock Do Analysts Recommend?
    Market Realist12 days ago

    Among KMI, OKE, and WMB, Which Stock Do Analysts Recommend?

    Of the three midstream companies we’re discussing in this series, Kinder Morgan (KMI) has the most “buy” recommendations from analysts. Of the 20 analysts surveyed by Reuters covering Kinder Morgan, 75%—or 15 analysts—have rated the stock as a “buy.”

  • KMI, WMB, and OKE: What Their Current Valuations Indicate
    Market Realist12 days ago

    KMI, WMB, and OKE: What Their Current Valuations Indicate

    ONEOK (OKE) is trading at a forward EV-to-EBITDA (enterprise value-to-EBITDA) multiple of ~14.1x, which is higher than its five-year average multiple of ~13.1x. ONEOK’s multiple is also higher compared to Williams Companies’ (WMB) ~12.8x and Kinder Morgan’s (KMI) 10.3x.

  • Why ONEOK Has Outperformed Its Peers in 2018
    Market Realist13 days ago

    Why ONEOK Has Outperformed Its Peers in 2018

    ONEOK (OKE) stock has risen ~21% so far in 2018, outperforming its peers in the midstream sector. Kinder Morgan (KMI) and Williams Companies (WMB) have each fallen ~5% over the same timeframe. The Energy Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLE) has risen ~1% YTD (year-to-date).

  • See what the IHS Markit Score report has to say about Williams Companies Inc.
    Markit13 days ago

    See what the IHS Markit Score report has to say about Williams Companies Inc.

    The last change in the short interest score occurred more than 1 month ago and implies that there has been little change in sentiment among investors who seek to profit from falling equity prices. The current level displays a positive indicator.

  • KMI, OKE, and WMB: Top S&P 500 Dividend Stocks
    Market Realist13 days ago

    KMI, OKE, and WMB: Top S&P 500 Dividend Stocks

    Kinder Morgan (KMI), Williams Companies (WMB), and ONEOK (OKE) are currently trading at yields of ~4.5%, 4.6%, and 5.0%, respectively. Though they’re much lower than MLPs’ yields, the yields of these three companies are much higher than those of other S&P 500 companies.

  • PAGP, WMB, and NBLX: Lowest Midstream MLPs Last Week
    Market Realist13 days ago

    PAGP, WMB, and NBLX: Lowest Midstream MLPs Last Week

    Noble Midstream Partners (NBLX) fell 6.5% last week, which ended September 7. Downstream MLP CVR Refining (CVRR) fell 5.8% and was downgraded by Goldman Sachs. We’ll take a look at it in the next part of this series. Plains GP Holdings (PAGP) and Plains All American Pipeline (PAA) fell 4.4% and 3.3%, respectively. A 2.9% fall in crude oil prices likely contributed to the fall in PAA and PAGP.

  • Weekly Wrap-Up: How Top Midstream Stocks Fared
    Market Realist13 days ago

    Weekly Wrap-Up: How Top Midstream Stocks Fared

    Top midstream stocks Enterprise Products Partners (EPD) and Kinder Morgan (KMI) rose 0.9% and 0.7%, respectively, last week, which ended September 7. However, Williams Companies (WMB) fell 3.4%, and Plains All American Pipeline (PAA) fell 3.3%. Crude oil prices fell ~2.9% during the week.

  • Kinder Morgan Moves to Further Reduce Its Debt
    Market Realist13 days ago

    Kinder Morgan Moves to Further Reduce Its Debt

    Based on analyst-adjusted numbers, Kinder Morgan (KMI) has the highest net debt-to-EBITDA ratio among the three S&P 500 midstream stocks under comparison: Kinder Morgan, Williams Companies (WMB), and ONEOK (OKE). ONEOK is the least levered among the three companies.

  • ONEOK Focuses on Capital Projects to Drive Growth
    Market Realist14 days ago

    ONEOK Focuses on Capital Projects to Drive Growth

    ONEOK (OKE) expects to spend $2.090 billion–$2.480 billion on capital projects in 2018, more than four times the $512 million the company spent on capital projects in 2017.

  • Williams Companies’ Earnings Grew More than KMI’s, ONEOK’s
    Market Realist14 days ago

    Williams Companies’ Earnings Grew More than KMI’s, ONEOK’s

    In the trailing two years, ONEOK’s (OKE) quarterly analyst-adjusted EBITDA grew at an average rate of 13%, higher than the averages of 9% for Williams Companies (WMB) and -7% for Kinder Morgan (KMI).