MOUNDSVILLE, W.Va. (AP) -- Gas pipeline operator Williams Partners LP plans to invest more than $1 billion and create 100 jobs in West Virginia's Northern Panhandle over the next two years.
Tulsa, Okla.-based Williams and Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin announced the company's plans Thursday in a news release.
Williams will lease space for its operations in Teletech's building in Marshall County.
Williams' existing operations in the region include a fractionator, a processing plant, natural gas gathering lines and natural gas liquids pipelines. A second processing plant is under construction.